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July 30, 1971 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-07-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

26—Friday, July 30, 1971

Brandeis Women Uncover Plans for
'New Books for Old' Sale Dropoff

Detroit Chapter, Brandeis Uni-
versity National Women's Com-
mittee, in preparation for its ninth
annual New Books for Old Book
Sale at Northland Center has de-
signated Aug. 8 as a special drop-
off day for Detroit and environs,
and pick-up day for Huntington
Woods. The book sale will take
place Sept. 8-13.
The sorting store at 704 W.
Seven Mile will be open Aug. 8
from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. to accept
new and old books on every sub-
ject, for adults and children; as
well as records and publications
such as National Geographic and
Gourmet.
A special pick-up detail also will
be covering Huntington Woods that
Sunday. The Brandeis book sale
committee is asking that residents
leave their books at the front en-
trances.

Mrs. Frank Levine and Mrs.

Pizza
can
be

.Bafi I

to Be . Exercise Puts Heart Patients Back on the Road
to Recovery in Israel Govt. Hospital Project
Mitchell Lefton's IIVe TEL HASHOMER — A group of exercise, program graduates had

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doctors in a government hospital a mean physical working capacity
here is proving that the heart of 85 per cent. Physical working
attack victim need not fear he is capacity of the nonexercising con-
trol group was 66 per cent.
doomed to a life of inactivity.
Supported by a grant from the
U.S. Department of Health, Edu-
cation and Welfare, a four-month
project involving several hundred
heart patients has been completed
with encouraging results.
The men, age 40-60, were put

Charles Schwartz are co-chair-
by the following chairmen: Mes-
Zemon, Robert Drews, Roll Weil,
dames Herbert Kaufman, Oscar
Zemon, Robert Drews, Rolf Weil,)
Kurt West, Harold Robinson,
Monte Nagler, Helen Hodler and
David Steinman.

The committee hopes to have
at least 80,000 books to sell.
Proceeds are used to buy new
books for the Goldfarb Library
and the Gerstenzang Library of
Science at Brandeis.
Mrs. Levine advises that second-
hand surplus books from book sales
are contributed to programs out-
side the university. Last year, De-
troit Chapter contributed surplus
books to the Mayor's Committee
for Human Resources; and some
were shipped to Southern Negro
colleges and public schools.
The book drop-off, marking and
sorting store is usually open on
Tuesday and Thursday, 10 a.m.-
noon (893-7747).

Luei y-Horwitz Rites
Take Place in Baltimore

graduating from light gymnasium
exercises to household chores,
then light carpentry and garden-
ing, then walking that gradually
increased in speed to a rigorous

regimen.

MISS SHERRY FORMAN

Mr. and Mrs. Max Forman of
Pierce St., Southfield, announce
the engagement of their daughter
Sherry to Mitchell Lefton, son of
Dr. Irvin M. Lefton of Martha
Washington Ave., Southfield, and
the late Mrs. Sally Lefton.
Miss Forman, an education ma-
jor, will be a senior this fall at
Wayne State University. Her
fiance, a senior at the University
of Michigan, majors in radio and
television.
The wedding is planned for
August 1972,

UHS Conducts Class
for Hard of Hearing
and Deaf Children

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MISS FERN LUERY

Give the kids a surprising
treat. Make your pizza
dough. Then cut into bagel
shapes, using a donut or
cookie cutter that has a hole
in the middle. Now bake
and lavish with the tasty
pizza sauce and cheese. The
makings are all there—in

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Mr. and Mrs. Paul Luery of
Baltimore announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Fern Beth
to Lawrence Horwitz, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Horwitz of East-
wood Ave., Oak Park. Miss Luery
attended the University of Mary-
land, where Mr. Horwitz is pur-
suing his doctoral degree in eco-
nomics.
A December wedding in Balti-
more is planned.

from

LONDON, ENGLAND

Zan Gilbert

and His ORCHESTRA

"Distinctive Styling in Music
to Your Individual- Taste"

Call 557-9332

This September marks the be-
ginning of the fifth year of Jewish
studies for youngsters who are
deaf or hard of hearing, under
the sponsorship of Cie. United He-
brew Schools.
Students attend classes at Young
Israel of Oak-Woods Synagogue
twice a week for 11/2-hour sessions
after public school. The program
includes Hebrew language, Jewish
;2ustoms and traditions, holiday
:observance and Jewish history.
The students participate in such
activities as conducting a model
seder before Passover and attend-
ing holiday celebrations with hear-
ing children.
Films and other visual aids
are used extensively by the in-
structors, specialists in teach-
ing deaf children. Mrs. Edith
Deitch, a teacher at the Detroit
Day School for tthe Deaf, has
been serving a consultant.
Bat or Bar Mitzva preparation
is provided for students whose
parents request it. Two boys who
have been attending the class since
its inception will be Bar Mitzva in
1972 and 1973.
For information, call the UHS,
354-1050, and ask for Lillian Ro-
singer.

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On completion of the project,
40 out of 44 patients returned to
their previous jobs. In another
group, 8 to 11 went back to work
—one of the men not having
worked in seven years.
Compared to a control group of
patients who had resumed work-
ing without taking the course of

Translation

Greenfield Noodles are best

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Satisfaction assured. All work personally done by Sam Klaiman.

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SALMON

DRAPERY STORAGE

Let your home have that cool appearance for the sum-
mer. We can store all your draperies in our special
storage facilities. We will deliver them back in the
fall with that renewed look.
Remember—We Are Specialists In
Fine Drapery Cleaning

Custom Drapery Cleaners

891-1818

SUBURBAN CALL COLLECT -- REVERSE CHARGES

CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS

Helen Zinberg R.E.

The

hair you pluck will come back to haunt
you. Before you tweeze again, remember this
Quotation from one of the foremost medical
authorities on the subject of human hair:
"Plucking out strong hairs should never be
advised." Why not? Becaur the long term-
penalties for contii ..ed plucking can be so

1. You
growth
around
out.
2. You

may

severe:

stimulate the
of additional hairs
the one you pull

now that Air-cooled jet
Stream Electrolysis is avc.i!-
able to you. This is the first
method of permanent hair
removal with everything to
commend it. Air-cooled
Jet

may cause succes-
sive generations of hair from
the abused follicle to grow
coarser, longer, darker.
3. You may cause skin irri-

Stream is faster, more com-
fortable.
Electrolysis is the only

tations, pits, scars.
4. You may make eventual
permanent removal slower
and costlier by pulling the
root and follicle out
of
place.

medically approved method

to remove hair permanently.
Investigate this suprior spe-
cialized service for the per-
manent improvement and
confidence. You owe it to
yourself to look your best.

Such risks are needless

ANNOUNCING NEW LOCATION
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Here are 3 KITTY SALMON Cat Food
labels* or 3 labels from any other
KITTY BRAND Cat Food Product. Send
coupon that I will exchange at my gro.
CAT FOOD
cer's for 2 FREE cans of any KITTY
BRAND Cat Food Product.
Expires: Dec. 31, 1971
Name
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City
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labels or a pencil tracing (on paper) of the KITTY imprint or can code MI
number on the can lid. Note: P.O. Dept. prohibits the mailing of
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metal can lids. Limit: One refund coupon to a family.

London Jewish Choir
May Pay Visit to USSR

LONDON (JTA) —A Jewish
impresario, Victor Hochhauser,
said here that he hoped to arrange
Classified Ads Get Quick Results a visit to the Soviet Union by the
well-known Jewish Male Voice
Choir of London.
Plans are still tentative, he said,
but he has received "an encour-
aging reply" from the Soviet Min-
istry of Culture for a tour next
ALL SPECIALS GOOD •WHILE QUANTITIES LAST
year.
Hochhauser said he opposed
demonstrations against artists be-
lb.
cause they are "quite useless,
counterproductive and positively
5 LBS.
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harmful." He pointed out that
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many of the Russian musicians
who have visited Britain are Jew-
ish and that he had in the past
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sent British Jewish artists to the
USSR.
X6.
"Music. at least, provides an
endeavor where there is common
ground," Hochhauser • commented.
lb.
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Asked if all 45 members of the
London choir welcomed a Russian
tour, the impresario said he as-
sumed they were "in harmony."

CHEESE PIZZA MIX

Vive
L'Difference!

through a closely controlled pro-
gram of diet and exercise —

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