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December 15, 1995 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-12-15

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Do something good for yourself and others

at the annual Christmas Day

B'nai B'rith Basketball League
has included several women play-
ers over the last few years.
The league is seeking addi-
tional players — both men and
women — for its 21st season,
which will be played at South-
field-Lathrup High School.
Teams are assigned to three di-
visions based on their competi-
tive level.
All players must be B'nai
B'rith members. For information,
call Marty Melton, (810) 553-


Monday, December 25

Meet for breakfast at the Max M. Fisher Building
6735 Telegraph, Bloomfield Hills

(east side of Telegraph, south of Maple)

Afterward, well proceed to your choice
of the following volunteer opportunities:

• Prepare and serve lunch at a. homeless shelter.

• Entertain women and children and prepare lunch
at a shelter for victims of domestic violence.

BB League
Includes Women

Farber Wins
Swim Honors

Cheri Farber was the only indi-
vidual swimmer for North Farm-
ington High School at the Class
A state championships last


Young Adult Division

Business 8- Professional Women

Michigan/Israel Connection

Cheri Farber

Women's Campaign and Education Department

Community Outreach & Involvement Department

A sophomore, Farber finished
21st in the 50-yard freestyle
(25.57) and 27th in the 100 back-
stroke (1:02.80). She also swam
a leg on North's 200 medley re-
lay team, which included Nevra
Alver, Kristen Burk and Amy
Finkel, and finished 21st in
Farber was named North's
most valuable swimmer and best
all-around swimmer.

For information: Susan Langnas at Federation,
642-4260, ext. 142.



Call (810) 352-5272

A Jewish Association for Residential Care
for persons with developmental disabilities





Bowling Scores

Galilee Monday
Fran Klinger 523/204; Ann Gallison 500.

Truck • Motorboat • RV • Motorcycle
Almost any condition. • Tax deductible


28366 Franklin Road
Southfield, Michigan 48034

Jewish War Veterans
Jeffrey Burg 614/233; David Margolis
604/225; Milton Burg 211; George
Schreilqer 204; Herbert Benson 202;
Barnard Harwood 202; Allen Kiegon 200.

Ben Lusky Traveling
Jeff Eisenberg 812/223-203; Mitch Left-
on 807/224-202; Lou Dorfman 804/224-
233; Wayne Lusky 236; Steve Lusky 215;
Ron Lustig 213; Allan Salomon 209-202;
Ron Walton 203; Cy Rott 201; Phil Elkus
201; Sy Guttman 200.

Morgenthau L'Chayim
Jerry Broida 615/204-216; Larry Klein
224; Larry Harwin 215; Len Moss 213-
206; Harold Markzon 211-205; Dennis
Sobol 206; Al Yendick 205; Larry Schlus-
sel 200; Mike Panter 200.

Brotherhood/Eddie Jacobson
Andy Rubin 714/266-229-219; Gary
Klinger 650/233-213-204; Howard Wax-
er 636/233-212; Steve Fine 614/214-201;
Steve Weinberg 609/221; Jeff Fantich
249; Dennis Horwitz 246; Eric Goldberg
223; Bruce Binstock 220; Dennis Eder
217; Bruce Weberman 213; Steve Acht-
man 212; Mark Rappaport 210; Steve
Mann 208; Barry Fishman 206; Gary Kroll
203; Mike Lieberman 203; Larry Singer
203; Steve Fine 201; Sid Roth 200; Lee
Roth 200; Rick Woolman 200.

Milt Burg 613/236; Bill Yaker 214-209;
Lee Weinstein 201.

Sponsored by the Jewish Federation
of Metropolitan Detroit and its:


Sue Lawrence 531.


• Celebrate the season and visit with residents
at a home for the aged.



Nancie Rakotz 704/209-253-247; Sy Zate
661/212-216-233; Jeff Sprague 607/202-
222; Kevin Elbinger 604/224-236; Ivan
Glasser 255; Ken Gross 249-202; Brian
Brod 247-202; Richard Lulkin 233; Jeff
Block 229; Bob Smith 229; Mark Diskin
226; Shel Rakotz 217; Steve Kay 215;
Gary Berman 213; Neil Drillich 210; Bruce
Rosenblat 210; Gary Siegel 204; Mark
Siegal 203; David Little 202.

Visitpatients at a hospital. Staff the gift and library carts.


Israel All City
Ina Cohen 201.




28585 Telegraph Rd.


Cheryl Feldman 221; Dianne Schneider

Galilee Tuesday
Annette Rubinstein 539; Dena Wein
527/202; Cidnie Herold 518; Denise Rod-
nick 201.

Galilee Thursday
Barbara Pape 549; Lorraine Friedman

Howard Waxer 722/221-213-288; Andy
Rubin 665/228-235-202; Ron Goodman
643/202-228-213; Howie Gerenraich
633/258-204-211; Allen Zuppke 633/252-
211; Mark Rosen 626/221-216; Rob
Greenfield 617/232; Larry Horn 614/206-
245; Larry Sandler 609/246-214; Howard
Leshman 248; Bryan Levine 236; Rod
Brown 232-208; Ron Herman 216; Marc
Weberman 212; Evan West 212; Mitch
Finkel 210; Keith Kingston 206; Mort
Friedman 205; Barry Bean 202; Richard
Singer 201; Steve Gross 201; Al Mudryk
200; Adam Goodman 200.

Tell Us!

A big accomplishment
on the field or on the
court? Tell us about it!

Send your sports ac-
complishments in writ-
ing to: Alan Hitsky.
The Jewish News,
27676 Franklin Rd.,
Southfield, MI 48034.

Please enclose a non-
returnable photograph.


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