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February 24, 1978 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-02-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

042 Friday, February 24, 1918

Mimes Perform

MACK PITT
ORCHESTRA

The Huntington Woods
Residents Association will
present the Mime Ensemble
Association 7 p.m. March 5
in the city recreation center.
Tickets are on sale at the
recreation center.
Happy the pupil whose
teacher approves his words.

and

DISCO

Great Sounds
For An Occasions

358-3642

Come In For Your

FREE!

Hair Analysis & Consultation

with no obligation

For appt. call

Business Briefs

A. Richard Silverman
and Martin Gorosh have
acquired the Gannon Real
Estate Co., 20966 Grand
River, Detroit. The firm, a
member of multi-list as-
sociations, will continue to
list and market real estate
in Detroit and suburbs. The
real estate company also
specializes in cash purch-
ases of residential proper-
ties.

* * *

Daniel Harris

at

EMILE SALON
Racquettime Bldg,

356-7722

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12 Mile & Northwestern

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DORIS CORNFIELD

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SAMSON
& DELILAH
HAIR STYLING SALON

Teacher Creates
a Jewish Game
As Learning Tool

An Ann Arbor Sunday
school teacher, now living
in Ames, Iowa, has de-
veloped a Jewish learning
game that is being mar-
keted in 14 states.
Sallie Abelson, formerly
at the University of Michi-
gan, developed "Aliyah," to
provide better learning
materials for Jewish relig-
ion classes.
The goal of the game is
to get to Israel, beginning
in the U.S., by answering
questions on Judaism.
The game provides 297
questions, game cards, a
board, dice and markers
for six people.
The Ann Arbor Hebrew
Day School is the Michigan
representative for the
game, which is sold by
Borenstein's and Spitzer's
bookstores.

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Maimonides Women Donate
Machine to Haverim House

BALE POST will have a
general meeting 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday in the Jewish War
Veterans Memorial Home.
Guest speaker will be De-
partment of Michigan
Commander Leonard
Green. Refreshments will
be served. Volunteers wish-
ing to work March. 19 at
Pontiac Stadium may _call
Newt Karp, 851-6821.
* * *
CHARLES SHAPIRO
AUXILIARY awarded
30-year pins to Sadie Pesick
and Mamie Barden at its
paid-up membership party
last week. Mesdames Mari-
lyn Margolis, Audrey
Mogill and Mildred Greenly
received 25-year pins.

Lord and Taylor
Store Openings
Aid Charities

Lord and Taylor will
celebrate the unpre-
cedented opening of three
new stores in one area, in
the 'same week with three
evening events. They will
all be hosted by Joseph
E. Brooks, chairman and
chief executive officer of
Lord and Taylor, and Mrs.
Brooks, to benefit three dif-
ferent charities in the grea-
ter Detroit area.



Each of the three even-
ings will consist of a black-
tie dinner-dance at each of
the stores. To make every
preview of the three stores
something special they will
all have different dinner
menus, a different decor
theme and a different finale
to the fashion spectacular
which has as its opening
theme, "The Best of Lord
and Taylor."

Each finale will high-
light a segment featuring
the collection of one de-
signer who will be on
hand for the fegtivities at
the store being pre-
viewed. The designers
are Oscar de la Renta at
the benefit for the
Lakeside opening on
March 2, Donald Brooks
at 12 Oaks on March 3
and BM Blass at Fairlane
on March 4.

The Women's Auxiliary Jack Greenberg, Michael
of the Maimonides Medical Levin, Henry Small and Is-
Society announces it has rael Weiner.
given a gift of a portable
Zois ( WczazawA
video tape recorder to the
Haverim House, the resi-
to (14/Ed in c4.4.9ust
dence for the Jewish re-
tarded.
This gift was made possi-
ble through the efforts of the
women's auxiliary and the
Dr. Max and Mildred
Steiner Research Fu nd. The
fund was set up in 1958 at
the time of Dr. Steiner's
death. When Haverim
House came into existence
the funds were to be used
only for the Haverim House.
The portable video
tape recorder will enable
staff personnel to make
recordings of individual
actions and perfor-
manceS to be replayed to
MISS WARSHAWSKY
those individuals in a
Judge and Mrs. Meyer
self-analysis and help
program. The video tape Warshawsky of South
recorder will allow in- Haven announce the en-
stantaneous replay for gagement of their daughter,
ongoing help, while stor- Lois Ann, to Marc Shulman,
age of video tape can re- son of Mrs. Helene Shulman
veal long-term benefits or of West Bloomfield, and the
deficiencies often lost in late Mr. Jack Shulman.
Miss Warshawasky was
verbal or • written ac-
graduated
from Kalamazoo
counts.
The women's committee College and attends the
consists of the president, Cooley Law School. Her
Mrs. Morris Arnkoff, and fiance was graduated from
Mesdames Sol Grossman, Michigan State University
and is a senior at Cooley
Law School.
An August wedding is
planned

_

Singles
Events

The Lakeside opening
event will benefit the Chil-
dren's Hospital of Michigan.
The American Cancer Soci-
ety, Oakland County Unit,
will be benefited by the 12
Oaks opening on March 3.
The Detroit Institute of Arts
will benefit from the Fair-
lane store opening.

MICHIGAN JEWISH
SINGLED COUNCIL will
have an open meeting 7:30
p.m. Thursday in Room 11
of the 10 Mile Jewish Com-
munity Center. Singles age
187 40 are invited.

Europe Tourists
to Israel Increase

To augment its new
travel program, which now
features the addition of a
special program designed to
meet the needs and prefer-
ences of the under 40 age
group, the American Jewish
Congress is planning a
"Singles Convention in
Jerusalem." .
The singles convention
will provide participants
with a comprehensive tour
of Israel plus special
behing-the-scenes, off-the-
beaten track visits ar-
ranged exclusively by AJ-
Congress. There will be the
opportunity to meet Israel's
young leadership, members
of religious communities,
Arabs, artists, students and
many others, plus the
traveler's own Israeli coun-
terpait.
Special events will be ar-
ranged throughout the tour .
where, participants will
have the opportunity to
meet Jewish singles from
America, Israel and around
the world. Departure will be
on July 31 and information
on price and a detailed
itinerary is now available.
Space is limited. For in-
formation, call Ruth Rosen-
baum, AJCongress regional
director, 357-2766.

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The number of European
tourists in Israel increased
by 27 percent in-1977, and
reached 544,000, according
to the Central Bureau of
Statistics.
European tourists com-
prised 54 percent of the total
of 1,006,500 tourists in
1977, the first year that
more than one million
tourists visited Israel.
The most notable in-
* * *
crease was in the number of
German tourists — 110,400
JWV Plans Oneg, — an increase of 74 percent
to the 63,000 who
Brotherhood Tea compared
Department of Michigan visited in 1976.
will hold its annual
Brotherhood Tea and oneg
Political Science
Shabat 11:30 a.m. Saturday
in the Jewish War Veterans Lecture Slated
Friends of the Oak Park
Memorial Home.
Father William Cunnin- Library, the Wayne State
gham, director of Focus University Center for Peace
HOPE,. will be guest and Conflict Studies and the
Detroit Council for World
speaker. For information,
call chairman Barbara Affairs will present a prog-
ram on "Canada, Mexico
Weiskopf, 968-2799, or the
and the U.S.: New Tasks for
JWV home, 559-5680.
Good Neighbors?" 7:30
Guests are invited.
Libby Levenson is co- p.m. Sunday in the Oak
chairman and Ilene Park Library. Admission is
Feldman is reservation free, and the public is in-
vited.
chairman.

S1,4 111 .

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B azoisky

to (I/V.1 in

* * *

AJCongress Trip
for Singles Due

MISS BLAZOFSKY

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
Blazofsky of West Bloom-
field announce the engage-
ment of their 'daughter,
Caryn Sue, to Steven Nor-
man Gross, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Gross of Oak .
Park.
A July wedding is plan,
ned.

Physician Named
to Hospital Board
Di, Louis Kaufman has

been appointed to the advis-
dry board of Providence
Hospital.
The 1977 president of the
medical staff; Dr. Kaufman
is a clinical associate pro-
fessor of surgery at Wayne
State University's medical
school. He is a fellow of the
American College of
Surgery.

Hail to the man who
hears and is silent, for he
will escape 100 misfortunes.
—The Talmud

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