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May 28, 2004 - Image 67

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-05-28

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Maze! Told


Special Birthday




ydell - and Douglas Schubot will
celebrate their 50th wedding
anniversary June 29. They are
proud to have their children with
them at this special time, Michele and
Brian Schubot, Ronald Schubot and
Julie and Zvika Haimon from Israel.
Sharing their joy are their grandchil-
dren, Justin and Zoe Schubot, Vered,
Ari and Gaila Haimon. Their children
will mark the occasion with a dinner
party at Franklin Hills Country Club
to honor their parents and wish them
continued health and happiness.


rving Greenberg, the original
owner of Plaza Deli in
Southfield, recently celebrated his
90th birthday. He will be honored at
a luncheon given by his children.
Attending will be his wife, Ruth, of
65 years; sons, Nate, Ron and Sandy;
their wives, grandchildren, great-
grandchildren, brothers, sisters and
other extended family members.





obert and Doris Singer cele-
brated their 58th wedding
anniversary May 19. with their
grandson and sister.

eonard and Frances Fink, for-
merly of West Bloomfield of
Pompano Beach, Fla., celebrat-
ed 60 years of marriage on April 2. A
buffet luncheon was hosted by their
children for family and friends. The
Finks have four children, Ronald Fink,
Karen Fink, Belle Kohen and Richard
- Fink. They also have nine grandchil-
dren and two great-grandchildren.


While on a recent Bar-Ilan University mission, the family of Joyce and the late Dr.
Mathew Borovoy officially dedicated a new classroom in the Jack and Gita Nagel
Jewish Heritage Building on the north campus of Bar-Ilan University. Shown at
the dedication are Dr. Jeffrey Diskin and Dr. Marc Borovoy.

Thirty-five Hadassah members
and associates recently returned
from the organization's 10th
Renaissance Mission, where they
toured Jerusalem, the Erez
Junction army base and ongoing
Hadassah projects. To celebrate
Yom HaZikaron and Yom
HaAtzmaut, they participated in
an official Memorial Day ceremo-
ny on Mount Herzl and an
Independence, Day celebration on
Mount Scopus. Pictured are
Annette Meskin, Hadassah's
national travel chair, and Linda
Glass, both of West Bloomfield,
giving a doll to Jaber Rashid 8,
at the Charlotte Bloomberg
Mother and Child Center at
Hadassah Ein Kerem.




New Board Installed

At a
election meeting, Nancy Braun
was elected to serve another term
of office as president of the unit.
Other officers elected are vice
presidents, Laura Cohon, Mark
Kopitz, Sema Lazar, Phyllis
Lublin, Esther Olson and Rae
Schane; financial secretary-treas-
urer, Leon Warner; recording secretary,
Adrianne Glass.
Also on board as trustees are Jack
Anstandig, Sandy Ashmann, Sandy
Brenner, Arlene Bordman, Ann
Chudnow, Pam Cohen, Lori Fenster,
Barbara Garfinkle, Lana Jacobs, Toby
Kane, Carol Kaye, Lynda Koby, Harvey

Olson, Jeannette Olson, Jerry
Olson, Arnold Slutsky, Debbie
Warner and Beverly Woronoff
The installation of officers
will take place at Mama Mia
Restaurant on Commerce Road
in Walled Lake, Saturday
evening, June 26.
The cost is $20 per person
for members and $25 per person for
non-members for a buffet dinner and
entertainment. Bobbie Levine will be
installing officer.
For information or reservations, con-
tact Gilda Kopitz, (248) 851-3543.

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