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December 29, 1989 - Image 115

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-12-29

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of San Diego, Calif. Lauren is
named in loving memory of
her maternal great-grand-
father, Sam Kagan.

OCT: 12 — Abraham and Il-
ana Ben-Ze'ev are pleased to
announce the birth of their
son, Jonathan Liron.
Jonathan's grandparents are
Dr. and Mrs. Jerome L. Stein
of Providence, R.I., and Mr.
and Mrs. Wolf Kunianski of
Oak Park.

SEPT. 24 — Barbara and
Cary Schiff of Lincolnwood,
Ill., proudly announce the
birth of their son, Ari Daniel.
Happy big sister is Marissa
Lauren. Proud grandparents
are Lenore and Arthur Schiff
of Ranco Mirage, Calif.,
formerly of Southfield, and
Sally and Herman Siegel of
Elmwood Park, Ill. Thrilled
great-grandparents are Fan-
nie and Max Rosenfeld of Far-

mington Hills, and Mary
Siegel of Chicago. Ari is nam-
ed in loving memory of his
paternal great-grandfather,
Martin Schiff.

AUG. 18 — Bob and Sue
(Apel) Roberts are proud to
announce the birth of their
son, Dirk Bradley. Happy
big brother is Jake Brian.
Happy grandparents are Fred
and Carolyn Apel of West
Bloomfield, Bill Roberts of
Palm Harbor, Fla., and
Katherine Roberts of
Jackson. Delighted great-
grandparents are Bill and
Charlotte Hill of Clear-
water, Fla., and Selma
Apel. Dirk Bradley is
lovingly named in memory of
his maternal great-grandpa,
Sam Apel, and great-great-
grandpa, Harry Applebaum,
and his paternal great-grand-
father, Harry Roberts.

!EDUCATION I

Machon L'Torah
Sets Discussion

Machon Elbrah, the jewish
Learning Network of
Michigan, and Hillel Student
Center of East Lansing will
hold an eduCational program
at 3 p.m. Jan. 17 at Well Hall.
The program will include din-
ner and a discussion by Rab-
bi
Jacobovitz.
For information, call Jen-
nifer Epstein, 517-332-1916;
or Machon Mbrah, 967-0888.

Discussion For
Soviets Slated

Machon Mbrah, the Jewish
Learning Network of
Michigan, will hold a pro-
gram for newly arrived young
Soviet couples.
The program will include a
brunch and a lecture entitled
"Torah: The Multidimen-
sional Owners Manual of
Humanity" by Rabbi
Avraham Jcobovitz, director
of Machon L'Torah, and
translated by Lena Grinman.
The event will be held at
noon Dec. 31 at the Machon
L'Torah Learning Center.
Reservations are required.
Call the Machon ETorall,
967-0888; or Lena Grinman,
569-6909.

Slides To Show
Jewish History

Aish HaTorah/Aleynu
presents "This History of the
Jews of Detroit."
The program conists of a
narrated slide show by
creater Irwin Cohen.
It starts with the earliest
years of Jewish traders com-

ing to the first settlements
and how a permanent com-
munity was established. It
will include a number of the
older Jewish families and the
Jewish involvement in the
Civil War.
The "History of the Jews of
Detroit" is a two part series.
It will begin Jan. 7 and con-
clude Jan. 21. Both programs
will be held at 7:30 p.m. at the
Aleynu office. There is a fee.
For information, call the
Aleynu office, 948-6900.

I LOCAL NEWS

CHAIM Sponsors
Writing Contest

CHAIM, Children of
Holocaust — survivors
Association in Michigan, will
sponsor the annual Holocaust
Education Writing Competi-
tion. High schools in Oakland
County and Detroit will be in-
vited to participate.
The topic is "Why should
students learn about the
Holocaust? How can this lear-
ning experience be applied to
life today?" All entries must
be postmarked by March 23,
1990.
Prizes to be awarded are:
first place — $100; second
place — $50; third place —
$25.
All participants will receive
a certificate from CHAIM
acknowledging their par-
ticipation in the writing com-
petition. First, second and
third place winners will
receive their awards by May
2.
For information, write
CHAIM, P.O. Box 189614,
Farmington Hills, MI 48018.

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