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October 20, 1989 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-10-20

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The Jewish National Fund and Jewish Community Center
Presents
Community Family Education Series

October 23 -

from the High Holy Days,
when one's previous year's
commitments come under
particular scrutiny,
Kirschner — a Los Angeles
native who admits his
baseball heart lies elsewhere
— is particularly loath to
make any predictions.
As a matter of fact, he said,
he first learned that his two
congregants' teams would be
facing each other in the
World Series at a traditional
break-the-fast following
Yom Kippur. One con-
gregant, seeking rabbinic
guidance — and perhaps
Kirschner's powers of in-
fluence, if not prescience —
asked, "Shouldn't we root
for the Giants?" to which
Kirschner replied, "Yes."
A second congregant
chimed in: "Shouldn't we
root for the A's?" Again,
Kirschner said, "Yes." Still
a third asked, "Are you say-
ing both?"
And Kirschner, like in the
old Jewish joke, answered:
"Yes." El

Jewish Telegraphic Agency

BB Women's
Bowling Results

October 3, 1989

CENTENNIAL
High Games
Linda Lieberman
210
Bobbie Blaize
201
High Series
Rochelle Solomon
518
Lillian Stein
503
COSMO-BLOCK
High Games
Natalie Warren
205
Norma Lichtman
202
Lori Rimar
202
Phyllis Collins
200
High Series
Natalie Warren
536
Phyllis Collins
527
Lori Rimar
523
Gert Lubetsky
500
GALILEE MONDAY
High Games
Peggy Sandler
224
Helene Robbins
202
High Series
Dolly Gedrich-Murley . 531
Helene Robbins
515
Arlene Greenblatt
509
Peggy Sandler
501
GALILEE THURSDAY
High Games
Barbara Papo
212
High Series
Susan Richard
520

Diet, Exercise
and Nutrition:
Practical
Recommendations
for Participation

518
Sandy Ribiat
506
Ellen Griffin
DETROIT
MORGANTHAU
High Series
529
Gloria Rosenberg
MASADA-MEIR
High Games
Cindy Ludwig
200
High Series
508
Carol Berger
Karen Minc
501
GALILEE TUESDAY
High Games
Paula Slomovitz . . .200-201
High Series
541
Dena Wein
Paula Slomovitz
518
509
Audrey Kahn
Beryl Perlman
505

October 11, 1989
GALILEE TUESDAY
High Game
Hallie Serling
200
Carolyn Fine
195
High Series
Rosalie Stein
524
GALILEE THURSDAY
High Game
Susan Nusholtz
196
Maralyn Averbuch
195
Molly Sloan
190
High Series
Lorraine Friedman. . . .517

Interlodge Masonic
Bowling Results

Masons or members of their
immediate families are eligi-
ble to bowl as either regulars
or substitutes in the In-
terlodge Masonic League,
9:30 a.m. Sundays at Plum
Hollow Lanes. For informa-
tion, call Dan Topper, league
president, at 354-0261.
September 24,.1989
High Games
Al Harrison
247-230
Harry Goodman
226
Larry Herwitz .201-200-211
Lou Frederick
211-201
Jack Abramovitz
200
High Series
Al Harrison
641-
Larry Herwitz
612

Bowling League
Still Has Slots

A few slots for bowlers still
remain in the new 7:30 p.m.
B'nai B'rith Monday Night
League at West Bloomfield
Lanes, which began bowling
on Monday. For information,
call Sy Zate at either
537-7900 or 661-9897.

• "How to Motivate Yourself for
a Healthier Way of Life"
Florine Mark, President of
Weight Watchers

• "Exercise and Cardiovascular
Health: Myths and
Misconceptions"
Barry Franklin, Ph.D., Director,
Cardiac Rehabilitation,
Beaumont Hospital

• " What Really are Safe and
Unsafe Foods?"
Chris Seymour, Registered
Dietician, Beaumont Hospital

FORMAT: Panel Discussion
FEE: Free
LOCATION: ICC 6600 W. Maple Rd.
West Bloomfield

TIME: 7:00 p.m.
MODERATOR: Dennis Blender, Ph.D.
Plante & Moran

For Additional Information Contact:
JCC 661-1000, ext. 239 or JNF 557-6644

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Tennis is back! . . . In the newly completed
Edward and Shirley Rosenberg Recreation
Complex. Come and tour our newest facility
at the Jewish Community Center and if you
join the center as a member in October you can
receive up to -

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6 free hours of Court Time

(A Value of up to $150) !!

• Promotion good during October 1989 only
• Must not have been a member in the past 12 months
• Non-transferable

• Tennis court time must be used by November 30th, 1989
• Payment plans available
• JPM & Social memberships not included

For more information contact the
Membership Office at 661-1000, ext. 265, 266.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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