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December 03, 1993 - Image 64

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-12-03

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MICROPHONE page 63

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Camcorders. Cameras.

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Portable phones...

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BOOKS

Just N of Maple It 5 Mile)
at Sugar Tree Plaza

If it sounds like Berk keeps
his career in perspective,
there's a reason for it. His
mother, Ilona, is a Holocaust
survivor.
"My mother was in six dif-
ferent camps," Berk said. "It's
a miracle she got out alive,
and it's even a bigger miracle
that I'm here, considering the

B'nai B'rith Men
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We Buy and Sell
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Lee Pines 208 - 206.

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Jim Berk is busy on weekends.

Open 7 Days

Books Bought
In Your Borne M.

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fact that she became healthy
enough to have a baby after
her weight went down to
about 50 pounds."
Berk is the only child of
Sam and Ilona Berk, who still
live in Lincoln.
"Because of what happened
to my mother, I've always
been a religious person,"
Berk said. "I even thought
of becoming a rabbi at one
time.
"I've really enjoyed taking
part in the High Holiday ser-
vices in Oak Park. The crowd
has been mostly senior citi-
zens, and it's been very sat-
isfying and fulfilling to see
how much the services have
meant to them."
This was the second year
that Berk assisted during the
services, but it was the first
time he delivered a sermon.
He talked about the Israeli-
PLO peace accords and about
how doing small acts of kind-
ness daily could make our
world a better place. 0

Beth El
Chanukah Event

Chanukah will be celebrated
Dec. 10 when Beth El families
will light family menorot at
their Chanukah Shabbat ser-
vice at 7:30 p.m. The service
also will feature the voices of the
Junior Choir and the TBE
Chorale. A family Shabbat din-
ner at 6:15 p.m. will precede

services.

There is a charge for the din-
ner and reservations are nec-
essary. Call the temple,
851-1100, by Dec. 3 for more
information.

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