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October 20, 1978 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-10-20

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Sinai Hospital Guild to Focus
on Exercise at Opening Meeting

Sinai Hospital Guild will
hold its opening meeting of
the season 7:30 p.m. Thurs-
day at Temple Beth El.
Theme of the program
will be "Rx for Physical Fit-
ness: Exercise — Its Values
and Limitations for
Health."
Newly elected president,
Jean S. Shapero, will
preside.
Dr. Melvyn Rubenfire,

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JEAN SHAPERO

DR. RUBENFIRE

chief, section of car-
diovascular diseases,
Sinai Hospital, will be the
moderator of a panel
which includes Kent
Falb, head trainer, De-
troit Lions; Dr. Joseph C.
Honet, chairman, De-
partment of Rehabilita-

tion Medicine, Sinai Hos-
pital; Dr. Earl J. Rudner,
co-chief, section of
dermatology, Sinai Hos-
pital; Dr. Adelfo N.
Pamatmat, physician
coordinator, cardiovas-
cular fitness and re-
habilitation program,
Sinai Hospital; Dr.
William A. Saville, coor-
dinator, cardiac rehabili-
tation and cardiac -fitness
program, Ford Motor
Co.; and Sylvia Zukin, di-
rector of the Jewish
Community Center
Women's Health Club.
Mrs. George Parzen, vice
president and chairman of
program, will introduce the
speakers.
Dr. Rubenfire is associate
professor of medicine at the
Wayne State University
Medical School. Dr. Honet is
on the attending staffs of
the Rehabilitation Insti-
tute, Mt. Carmel and Grace
Hospitals, and he is a pro-
fessor at the WSU School of
Medicine and Mercy Col-
lege of Detroit.
Dr. Rudner has been a
professor at the WSU
School of Medicine since
1965. He is on the staffs of
Beaumont, Detroit Gen-
eral, Children's, St.
Joseph Mercy, Harper,
Hutzel and Sinai Hospi-
tals.
For reservations, call the
guild office, 493-5300. Ad-
mission is free.

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FREDDY SHEYER

One Man Orchestra
Available For All Occasions

Now playing for all the Jewish Community
Center dances.

398-2462

SAID SHOE REPAIR

COME IN FOR QUALITY WORK

Harvard Row Mall, 11 Mile & Lahser
355-3628 M-F 9-7 Sat. 9-6

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$5 Pair

Second Pair Free
incl Free Shine

All custom made
LEATHER PURSES

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Full soles and keels
(leather) $130°
Half Soles and Heels
$900

Ladies Heels 9 .50

We fix, zippers, handbags, luggage,
suitcases and leather jackets.
with coupon good thru 11/3

AAA
Lawn Sprinklers

WINTERIZING

Winterize your sprinkler system this year!
Done professionally by a professional com-
pany. All stations or zones will be blown out
with an air compressor.

"DON'T" challenge the high cost of repair!

399-8718

. .
ctuvities
in Society
A

and Mrs. Leonard (Shelly)
Rossmoore, and Ellen, Sun-
day on the occasion of their
30th wedding anniversary.
The couple was tendered a
dinner in the Huntington
Workmen's Circle Woods home of their son and
daughter-in-law.
Branch to Meet
* * *
Workmen's Circle Branch
The Bodzin Family
684 will hold its regular Club' will meet 8 p.m. Oct.
monthly meeting 8 p.m. 29 in the home of Mr. and
Saturday at the Workmen's Mrs. Greg Pierce, 24091
Circle Center, 26341 Blackstone, Oak Park. Offi-
Coolidge, Oak Park.
cers will be elected.
The program will consist
of two color films: "Out of
FRANK PAUL
Bondage," which tells the
and His ORCHESTRA
history of Russian persecu-
"Music and entertainment at
tion of the Jewish people up
Its Best for Your Guests"
to the emigration to Israel
557-7986
after the 1967 war, and
"The Return," produced by
Soviet Jewish film makers
who recently emigrated to
Israel.
Refreshments will be
served. There is a nominal
Id
charge.

Mr. and Mrs. Stanford
(Ilene) Gittleman of Oak
Park were honored by their
children, Mr. and Mrs. Ted
(Barbara) Gittleman, Mr.

My Mother
always taught
me to . . .

dress warmly, eat the right
foods, pick good
company, work hard, be
fair with my customers,
always give them extra
value for their money .. .
"I always.follow her
advice. That's why I'm the
country's top Cadillac
salesman.

'.Thank yott, Alother!' "

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Temple Sponsors
Program on Art

"An Evening at Cran-
brook," the first in the
Fourth Tuesday Art Series
of Temple Beth El will be
held 8 p.m. Tuesday at the
Cranbrook Art Academy.
Roy Slade, director of
Cranbrook Academy, will
be the guest speaker. Re-
freshments and a social
hour will follow. For reser-
vations, call the temple
office, 851-1100.

,

THIS WEEKS SPECIAL

Men's & Ladies

SUITS

2 pc.

$0425

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$ 0200
3 pc. v

Plain Suits Only

Special Ends Thursday 10 /26

THE JEWISH COMMUNITY COUNCIL OF METROPOLITAN DETROIT

presents

A CITY-WIDE CONFERENCE FOR JEWISH HIGH SCHOOL YOUTH

on

CRITICAL ISSUES FACING JEWISH YOUTH TODAY

Keynote speaker:

DR. ZVI GITELMAN

Associate Professor of Political Science & Associate of the Center for
Russian and East European Studies, University of Michigan.

Fri., Nov. 24

Center Music
Season to Begin

The Center Symphony
Orchestra, under the baton
of Julius Chajes, founder
and conductor, will start its
39th season 3:30 p.m. Oct.
29 in Shiffman Hall in the
main Jewish Community
Center.
Robert Ballinger, a doc-
toral student at the Univer-
sity of Michigan, will play
the solo lines of Bach's F
Minor Piano Concerto. Bal-
linger has been a pianist
with the Toledo Symphony
since 1976. He has appeared
as soloist with orchestras in
Ohio, Michigan and
Florida.
Included in the program
is a Vivaldi Concerto for,
Four Violins with Emily
Austin, Edith Nagy, Pris-
cilla Post and Constance
Marckwick as soloists.
The concert will open
with Suite "In modo Antico"
for strings by Julius Chajes.
There is a charge. For in-
formation, call the Center,
661-1000, ext. 164.

Friday, October 20, 1978

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

8:30 A.M. - 2:30 P.M.

Jewish Community Center Studio Theater, 6600 W. Maple Road, West Bloomfield

CO-SPONSOR at time of printing: Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit

ALL Jewish high school students are invited to attend. $2.50 includes registration, continen-
tal breakfast and lunch.

REGISTRATION: $15.00 per co-sponsoring youth group (includes 5 delegates)

$2.50 per additional delegate(s)
Return registration along with check payable to JEWISH COMMUNITY COUNCIL,
163 Madison, Detroit, 48226, NO LATER THAN November 1

For further information. call the Council, 962 - 1880

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