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March 17, 1978 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-03-17

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40 Friday, March 17, 1918

THE DETR011 kifirsit kis

SOPHIE FORDON

Medics to Gather
for Haifa Parley

STUDIO SALE

Artist leaving for
6 months in Greece.

ALL 87 pictures
in studio
reduced
a "

05%

The congress, to be con-
ducted at the Dan Carmel
Hotel, will provide a forum
for the delivery of papers by
overseas and local experts.
Workshops and panel dis-
cussions will focus on latest
experiences in the work of
anesthesiologists in Israel
and throughout the world.

friday, Nana 176 7-9 P.K.
Satiny, Kra 1111 12-5 P.N.
Sudsy. Mari 191 2-1 P.N.
13141E1MA, WAR PART

548-2876

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Music by

HAIFA — The Israel Soc-
iety of Anesthesiologists
will hold its 11th congress
Sept. 13-15 in Haifa, under
the auspices of the Technion
Aba Khoushy School of
Medicine.

Sam Barnett

Big or small, we custom
the music to your needs.

968-2563

If you're not
wearing it, sell it.

You can't enjoy your jewelry if it's sitting in
your safe deposit box. Sell it for immediate
cash. We purchase fine gems, Diamonds and
Gold Jewelry.
A •servich to private owners, banks and
sz_atcs .

Norman Allan


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West Bloomlield Plaza

626-4656

Mon thr u

CRITERION CLUB will
hold an open house 8:30
p.m. Tuesday in the North-
gate Apts. club house. A dis-
cussion and film on crime
prevention will be the focus
of the evening's program. A
social hour will follow. The
public is invited free of
charge. For information,
call Cecile Bartholomew,
559-8397, or Esther Ber-
shad, 543-6294.
* * *

JEWISH COMMUN-
ITY CENTER single

young adult department
will have a health club
party 8 p.m. Saturday in the
main Center health clubs.
There is a charge, and re-
servations are required.
The department has plan-
ned a weekend at Camp
Tamarack for Jewish sing-
les age 18-40 April 14-16.
The charge includes meals,
sports, Shabat observances
and more. Paid reservation
deadline is April 7. For re-
servations and information,
call the group services de-
partment, 661-1000, ext.
219.

* a *
MICHIGAN JEWISH

SINGLES COUNCIL will

hold a pizza party for singles
age 25-40 8:30 p.m. March
25 at the Little Caesar's,
Orchard Lake-14 Mile Ws.
Reservations are limited to
the first 30 persons. For re-
servations, call Andi Hy-
man, 357-5034, evenings, or

Scholarship Fund
Begun at Yeshiva

USDA CHOICE

6676 ORCHARD LAKE RD.

( Singles Events

So ,

FREE PARKING

A scholarship fund in
memory of Esther E. Novitz
has been established at
Yeshivath Beth Yehudah
by the sisters of the de-
ceased: Mrs. Nathan J.
(Rose) Wrubel, Ann
Schwartz, Mrs. Phillip
(Pearl) Muroff, Alfreda
Blank, Mrs. Reuben (Helen)
Glazer and Lorraine
Schwartz.
The scholarship will be-
nefit a needy student at the
yeshiva. For information
about the fund, call the
yeshiva office, 557-6750.

INDOOR SIDEWALK-,
SALE

TWO DAYS ONLY, FRI. & SAT., MARCH -11 & 18

Storewide
Many selected items

30% OFF
50% OFF

the perfect finish

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6641 Orchard Lake Rd. at Maple
Old Orchard Center

626-1500

Heidi Press, 355-2626,
evenings.

Jewish, Mormon
Singles to Gather

Home for Aged Auxiliary
Will Host Dr. Peter Martin

Jewish Home for Aged
Auxiliary will hold a gen-
eral meeting, open to the
public, 12:30 p.m. Monday
at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Psychiatrist Dr. Peter
Martin will speak on_
"What's New With the Aged
and You" announced Presi-
dent Sharon Fleischman
and program vice president,
Sophie Levine. Refresh-
ments will be served.

Dr. Martin began practic:
ing in 1946, and is a re-
nowned psychoanalyst. He
is the past president of the
American College of
Psyciatrists and holds two
clinical professorships in
psychiatry at University of
GEORGE ROMNEY
Michigan and Wayne State
Sunday Jewish Singles of University Medical Schools.
the Jewish Community
Dr. Martin recently re-
Center will join the special
interest singles group of the ceived the 1977 distin-
Church of Jesus Christ of guished alumni award
Latter Day Saints — Mor- from WSU and was the
mon 8 p.m. Sunday at the recipient of the Gold
main Jewish Center com-
plex.
Former Michigan Gover-
nor George Romney will
Community leader and
speak on "Which Way philanthropist Irwin Green
America." A social hour will has accepted the Detroit
follow. There is a charge.
chairmanship of the top-
For informatiom, call most category of Israel's
Ann Klempner, 557-3698; honorary societies, "La
Bea Braun, 357-4369; or Societe Israel," it was an-
Dorothy Shapiro, 557-2599. nounced by Michael Anion,
All singles are invited.
president of the world State
of Israel Bond Organiza-
cSa.ta gut,Cin
tion.
La Societe Israel, an in-
to ciPtatty in 9a1f
ternational million dollar
club, is comprised of out-
standing standard bearers
who personally aid Israel's
economic development loan
program by providing Israel
with loans in individual
amounts of $1,000,000 or
more.
Green, Paul Zuckerman
and Harry Zekelman of
Windsor joined this group
last week.
The new La Societe
chairman is president of
Century Importers, Inc.

DR. PETER MARTIN

Medal Bowis Award "for
outstanding services in
the field of psychiatry."
Dr. Martin has written
two books, "The Joy and
Sorrows of Parenthood" and
"A Marital Therapy Man-
ual" as well as several arti-
cles that have been pub-
lished in psychiatric and
psychoanalytic journals.

Green Leads Bond La Societe

MISS TURKIN

Mrs. and Mrs. Ben Turkin
of Oak Park announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter, Sara, to Stuart Jay 01 -
shansky, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Abe Olshansky, also of
Oak Park.
Miss Turkin is a senior at
Kalamazoo Valley Com-
munity College, where she
is majoring in dental
hygiene. Her fiance is a doc-
toral candidate in sociology
at the University of
Chicago.
A September wedding is
planned.

Meeting for Teens
Going to Israel

The Jewish Community
Center Hebrew Department
will sponsor a meeting for
teens who are going to Is-
Israel, 8 p.m. Thursday in
the 10 Mile Center branch
assembly hall.

Josh Tabak will lead Is-
raeli dancing. Israeli films
and an informal orientation
will be part of the evening's
program.

IRWIN GREEN

Green is a board member
and past president of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek, treasurer
and former chairman Allied
Jewish Campaign, a
member of the United
Jewish Charities and a
board member of Sinai Hos-
pital.

Pianist Fedora Horowitz
to Appear for Music Club

Concert pianist Fedora
Horowitz will perform at a
members-only meeting of
the Music Study Club of
Metropolitan Detroit 12:30
p.m. Tuesday in the home of
Mrs. Jerry C. Rosenberg,
8544 Huntington Rd., Hun-
tington Woods. Ms.
Horowitz will give a
lecture-recital on the piano
compositions of Scriabin,
Rachmanioff and Prokofiev.
Born in Romania, Ms.
Horowitz performed with
the Romanian Broadcast
Orchestra at age 12. She
was graduated with honors
from the State Conservat-
ory of Bucharest. She has
appeared regularly with the
Israel Broadcast Symphony
Orchestra and joined the
staff of the Rubin Academy
of Music in Jerusalem.
She served on the fa-
culty of the University of
North Carolina at Chapel
Hill. She moved to Detroit
in 1973 and has since ap-
peared with the Center
Symphony Orchestra, in

FEDORA HOROWITZ
the Kolego Series; At t
Masonic Temple, Brunc
With Bach programs an
for the Music Study Clu
Mrs. Ben Meckler
chairman for the day. F
information, call the pre/
dent, Mrs. Joseph Mark
557-5531.

There should be not me
than one leader to a gene
tion.
—The Talm

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