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August 03, 1979 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-08-03

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Singer Zim and Comedian Are Selected
for Annual Balfour Celebration in October


The annual Balfour Cele-
bration of the Zionist
Organization of America —
Detroit District will be held
7:30 p.m. Oct. 21 at Ford

and comedian Sy Kleinman.
Much of tl c material of both
entertainers is d'-awn from
the Jewish tradition.
ZOD President Sidne'v


Business Briefs

A La Mode will open its
second store for children
and pre-teens, 10 a.m. to 6
p.m. Thursday at the store,
on Telegraph south of
Maple Rd. The store will
feature the newest selec-
tions for school, work, par-
ties and casual wear. Per-
sons signing the guest book
during the opening will be
eligible for a prize.

Excalibur Shoes for
Men opened Wednesday in
the Orchard Mall, West
Bloomfield. Excalibur is
owned by the Zivov family,
owners of Greg Shoes, with
locations in the Orchard
Mall and 24105 Orchard
Lake Rd., Farmington. The
Zivov family has been in the
shoe business for four gen-
erations. The great-great-
grandfather was an or-
thopedic shoemaker in Rus-
sia; grandfather Carl Zivov
operated Carl's Boot Shop in
Detroit; Bernie Zivov and
son Greg opened Greg Shoes
in Farmington in 1956 and

The program will feature
Paul Zim, cantor, opera star
and night club entertainer,


"The Most Disco
for the least gelt"
Mobil Disco & Lighting
Bar Mitzvas,
Parties, Weddings, Etc.

Aaron Tobin

Chuck Tasman





With great pride, the Michigan Chapter, American
Friends of the Hebrew University, announces and
extends an invitation to all citizens of Michigan to
attend an extraordinary dinner, to witness the pre-
sentation of a degree of HONORARY FELLOW


The Honorable


Governor, State of Michigan



President, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

at the University of Michigan Ann Arbor


Silverman recently ap-
pointed the following
chairmen for the planning
committee: Dr. Lester Zeff
and Max Sosin, co-

Erwin C. Ziegelman

President, Michigan Chapter

Dean William Haber
Samuel M. Cohodas
Honorary Co-Chairmen American Friends of the

Hebrew University Michigan Chapter

(For further information, please call


Mrs. Carolyn Greenberg

(313) 851-0320


the Orchard Mall store in
* * *
The Children's Book-
shop in Applegate Square
will host storyteller Dinghy
Sharp, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on
* *
Daniel J. Goldstone of
Southfield attended a
three-day business educa-
tion conference in
Pinehurst, N.C. recently.
Goldstone qualified for the
conference, sponsored by
Metropolitan Life Insur-
ance Co., by selling $1.1
million in life insurance.

* * *

Chatham Adds
New Diet Guide

Chatham Super Markets
has introduced . a Diet
Guide, a visual shopping aid
for people with special diet-
ary concerns.
According to Bernard
Stein, Chatham -president,
all 45 Detroit-area
Chatham stores should
have the guide system by
early this month.
Diet Guide MAP (menu
assistance planning) is a
programmed effort aimed at
nutrition education in the
supermarket. Using a
color-coded grocery shelf
tag system, customers will
be able to locate three food
categories that may help
satisfy special dietary con-
cerns: calorie-controlled,
cholestrol-controlled and
no-sodium-added foods.
"People are far more
interested in nutrition
today than they were a
few years ago," said Stein
in announcing the new
program. "They are spe-
cially concerned about
maintaining correct
weight, avoiding foods
high in cholesterol and
not using too much salt."
"Diet Guide will make
shopping easier by identify-
ing all food products that fit
within the new system, in-
cluding products specifi-
cally developed for dieting.
Diet Guide will also allow
more varied menu planning
by creating a greater
awareness of the large
selection of foods available
in each of the three diet
Stein said that as nutri-
tional labeling is added to
new and existing food prod-
ucts within each category,
Chatham would add them to
Diet Guide. He also em-
phasized that Diet Guide
was not meant to serve as a
recommended food list for
special diets. "Each person
should consult his or her
doctor of dietitian as to the
correct menu for individual
dietary needs," he said.

chairmen; Mrs. Ira G.
Kaufman and Philip
Slomovitz, honorary co-
chairmen; Mrs. Bernard
Weston and Mrs. I. Walter
Silver, Golden Sponsor
chairmen; Mrs. Sidney Z.
Leib and Mrs. Philip
Slomovitz, women's com-
mittee; and Mrs. I. Walter
Silver, publicity.

Friday, August 3, 1919 23

Don't hide
your diamonds,.

in an old- fashioned
Have a new and
exciting ring
for you.

Opening second
location at
Renaissance Center soon.

David Wachter & Sons

Internationally famous award winning Jewelers

American Federal Savings Building

24700 Northwestern Hwy.

Southfield, MI/(313) 356-7322

Your Master Charge and Visa Card Welcome

A worker's kick-off
brunch will be held at
noon Aug. 12 at the Bir-
mingham home of Dr.
and Mrs. I. Walter Silver.
For Balfour Celebration
ticket information, call the
Zionist Organization of De-
troit, 569-1515.

Know that you have
faith. Start with faith. Stay
with faith. Emphasize your
capacities. Recognize your
limitations. Maintain a
spirit of humility. Dare to
make mistakes. Don't
measure yourself by others.
Don't demand perfection.
Trust your heart.
—Louis Binstock

360 S. MAIN
(313) 455-5700

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