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May 19, 1978 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-05-19

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44 Friday, Nay 1!,1978

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Center Seniors
Cite Slomovitz

Births

May 15—To Dr. and Mrs.
Warren I. Brandwine (Be-
verly Feltes), former De-
troiters of Cherry Hill, N.J.,
a son, Joey Alan.

May 13 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Bennett Schwartz
(Sharon Kay) of West

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Eric. • • •
May 6 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Feldman (Ellen
Kalef) of Farmington Hills,
a son, Jeremy David.
•• •
May 4 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Neil Lefton (Cathi Kirsch)
of Southfield, a son, Jason
Eric. • • •
May 4 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Joel Bernstein (Nancy
Grossman), former Detroit-
ers of Tarzana, Calif., a
daughter, Stefannie Leigh.
• • •
May 3 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Eder ( Gayle
Rochlen), 23618 Parklawn,
Oak Park, a daughter,
Kimberly Ann.
•• •
May 3 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Michael Salter (Janice
Green) of West Bloomfield,
a son, Matthew Gordon.
•• •
May 1— To Dr. and Mrs.
Marc Grant (Carol Wen-
ner), former Detroiters of
Seattle, Wash., a daughter,
Courtney Renee.
• • •
April 27 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence Harwin
(Maxine Karol of Bay City)
of West Bloomfield, a
daughter, Julie Karol.
• • •
April 27 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Robert L. Grant (Judi
Samuel), 23091 Marlow,
Oak Park, a son, Scott
Lawrence.

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to Aid Apartments

Federation Apartments,
located at 15100 W. 10 Mile,
Oak Park, will conduct a
garage sale 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
Sunday on the premises.
Unclaimed items from
the apartments storage
rooms will be sold. These in-
clude furniture, household
goods, clothing and jewelry.
Refreshments will be avail-
able.
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Allied Jewish Campaign
and the apartments' activi-
ties fund. The public is in-
vited free of charge.

Hillel Art Sale
at Oakland Mall

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Business Briefs

Philip Slomovitz, editor
and publisher of The Jewish
News, was cited last Friday
by the Senior Adult Council
of the Jewish Community
Center and May 12 was de-
clared "Phil Slomovitz
Day."
Slomovitz was cited at a
luncheon in his honor. Dur-
ing the morning he visited
with the senior adult
Writers Corner Club.
Edward Stark,
president of the Senior
Adult Council, and Abe
Dishell, program chair-
man, presented
Slomovitz with a resolu-
tion citing him and The
Jewish News for support-
ing the Jewish Commu-
nity Center and its senior
adult program.
Guests at the luncheon
included Irwin Shaw,
former executive director of
the Center; Chuck Stone,
chairman of the senior adult
committee of the Center
board of directors; and
Norma Goldman, adviser to
the Writers Corner Club.

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The Bnai Brith Hillel
Foundation of Greater De-
troit will hold its second an-
nual "Donors Art Sale" 11
a.m.-6 p.m. June 4 at Oak-
land Mall.
Oils, watercolors and ob-
jets d'art will be displayed
for sale. Proceeds will bene-
fit the Hillel Foundation.
The sale will take place dur-
ing mall hours. Admission
is free.

Master Organizers,
Inc., offers a time manage-
ment program for women
who are small business
owners, professionals and
homemakers. The company
• • •

Tradition Kept
at Barber Salon

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Scholfield

Seagram's Has
New President

Mozelle Boyd has been
appointed assistant center
manager and promotion
manager of Northland Cen-
ter, it was announced by
Robert R. Jenkins, vice
president, shopping center
operations, Dayton Hudson
Properties.
•• •
Pension Actuaries and
Insurance Consultants,
Inc., will sponsor a pension
seminar for certified public
accountants 9 a.m., 2 p.m.
and 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at
Stouffer's - Restaurant.
Maurice A. Betman and
John D. Selesko will speak
on "Advantages or Disad-
vantages of a Lump Sum
Distribution" and "Finan-
cial Planning Through
Selection of Qualified Re-
tirement Plan." For infor-
mation, call Pension Ac-
tuaries, 569-0005.
•• •


BILLY PASCIAK
The Honeywell Barber
Salon has maintained a tra-
dition — another of its staff
has won the Michigan State
Men's Hair Styling Compe-
tition and will compete in Perry Drugs Has
the national show.
24-Hour Store
Stylist Billy Pasciak took
The Perry Drug store in
first place in the fashion cut
division, first place in the the Greenfield Plaza at
free style division and was Nine Mile and Greenfield
named the overall state Roads in Southfield is the
champion at the recent chain's 54th drug store and
competition at the Troy Hil- its first 24-hour operation.
The experimental store
ton Hotel.
Since 1973 members of will feature a complete
prescription
services de-
the staff have represented
the state either individually partment and optical center
in
addition
to
regular stock
or as a team at the national
items.
competition.

WALTER HAIMANN
Walter M. Haimann has
been named president of
Seagram Distillers Co.
Haimann was executive
vice president-marketing of
Seagram Distillers Co. Ear-
lier, he had been executive
vice president-marketing of
the affiliated General Wine
and Spirits Co.
Haimann joined a com-
pany affiliate in 1971 as a
national product manager.
He advanced to director of
marketing, vice president-
director of marketing, and
vice president and general
sales manager.
•• •

Coupon Rejected
for Hyatt Toronto

The Hyatt Regency - To-
ronto hotel has been sold to
the Four Seasons chain and
no longer accepts discount
coupons.
Metro Toronto is the only
book offering a complete
selection of Toronto hotels
at a discount, including: the
Ascot, Arlon, Brampton,
Cara Inn, Hotel Plaza II,
Hotel Triumph, Howard
Johnson's, Prince Hotel and
Travelodge.

•• •

Kroger Opens 'Superstore'

The Kroger Co. has
opened its newest
"superstore" in the Green-
field Plaza at Nine Mile and
Greenfield Roads in South-
field.

The store features more.
than 15,000 items, an ex-
tensive meat department, a

fresh fish department and
delicatessen and bakery
counters.
The delicatessen will
have separate slicers for
meat and dairy products.
Packaged kosher products
by Wilno, Best Kosher,
Chicago and Hebrew Na-
tional also will be available.

The Upper Michigan Cop-
per Country is the largest
commercial deposit of na-
tive copper in the world.

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