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November 09, 1979 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-11-09

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16 Friday, November 9, 1919

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

THE FINEST FITNESS AND SOCIAL CLUB IN MICHIGAN

HAMI 11.11'
PLACE
C111111111111111
OPEN ING

INVITES YOU TO CELEBRATE OUR

MAKE PLANS TO ATTEND OUR

3RD. AND FINAL BIG WEEKEND EXERCISE, DINE JOG,
_IV YEAR 'ROUND,
SW
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9TH.

*FAMILY FITNESS
DEMONSTRATION
*AEROBIC DANCE
DEMONSTRATION
*JOGGING CLINIC-
CHARLIE BLANCHARD

2-4 p.m. Doug Garfield and staff conduct a

clinic on conditioning exercises,- tips on
staying in shape.
4 6 p.m. Lois Silverman conducts a clinic on
dance movements to improve your cardio-
vascular condition.
7 p.m. Acknowledged exiArt Charlie Blan-
chard demonstrates and discusses jogging
techniques, avoiding injury, choosing
clothes and shoes, etc.

-

PLAY TENNIS,
RELAX, IN
- TOTAL
ti
LUXURY

.51.1

V.— N.

SATURDAY, Pre-season
NOVEMBER
10TH.
conditioning, skiing technique, and safety. In

*SKI-FITNESS
CLINIC 4-6 P.m.

3 sections: 4 p.m. Alpine skiing; 4:40 Nordic skiing; 5:20
Alpine skiing. By noted expert Dr. Doug Garfield .

)

At'

WINE INTERLUDE...
WALTER ROSENBERG 8 P.M.
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_

-

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11 .TH

*FOUR MILE FUN
RUN 9 A.M.

. Hamilton Place is

perfectly tuned to
today's way of

Four mile run through Southfield, starting in the park-
ing lot. Run, jog or walk at your own pace. $5 registra-
tion fee. FREE T-SHIRTS AND CERTIFICATES FOR

ALL.

*PLUS: MUCH MUCH MORE.

'ft

life...a private club
that's luxurious,
but not stuffy; it
contributes to your
health while adding
to your fun;
Hamilton Place
is a source
of new
friends and
new dimen-
1.2
sions of
social
activity.

ALL MEMBERSHIPS FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY

2e/o (OFF!

HURRY! OFFER EXPIRES NOVEMBER I 2TH.
NOW WE'VE MADE THE AFFORDABLE CLUB
EVEN MORE AFFORDABLE!

HAMILTON PLP:E.

30333 SOUTHFIELD ROAD tBet. 12 & 13 Mile Rds.1

Stop in anytime between 9 a.m. and 10 p.m. for a tour

646-8990

JNF Promotes
Milton Jacoby

NEW YORK — The
Jewish National Fund has
expanded its public infor-
mation and promotion serv- 0--
ices. It has named Milton
Jacoby as its new director oi>
public affairs, and Michael
Kresky as director of public
relations.
In his new position,
Jacoby will serve as coor-
dinator for information and
official JNF spokesman,.
and as official lit
a
tween the JNF of
n
and Keren Kayemeth LeIs-
rael in Jerusalem. In addi-
tion, he will coordinate ac-
tivities between the JNF
national office and its
regional presidents and lay
leadership throughout the
country; and will serve in
the same capacity in work-
ing with JNF's major con-
stituent organizations.
Jacoby will also act as di-
rector of the visitors' pro-
gram and special missions
to Israel, and will be respon-
sible for developing pro-
grams for non-Jewish par-
ticipation in JNF projects in
Israel. He will continue as
editor-in-chief of "Land and
Life" and the • "JNF Al-
manac."

Solar Research
at Hebrew U.

JERUSALEM — An ad-
vance in the drive to bring
down the cost of producing
electricity directly from
sunlight — by use of photo-
voltaic cells — has been
made in the research
laboratories of the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem.
Working in conjunction
with the Office of the Chief
Scientist at the Israel
Ministry of Energy and In-
frastructure, Renata Reis-
feld, professor of inorganic
chemistry at the Univer-
sity, has developed a new
concept of energy enhance-
ment in silicon solar cells
using a transparent, ion-
impregnated covering sheet
for the large arrays of solar
cells known as "modules".
When fully perfected, this
transparent material is ex-
pected to be capable of ab-
sorbing a major part of the
spectrum of natural light
and converting it into the
light frequencies that work
best on silicon cells to pro-
duce electric current di-
rectly from sunlight.

2 Schools Added

NEW YORK — New Con-
servative day schc - in
Bridgewater, N.J. an, Al-
ias, Texas bring to 59 the
number of Solomon Schech-
ter day schools in the U.S.
and Canada.
The total includes six
high schools.
Conservative day school
enrollment has increased
from 3,489 in 1965, 5,630 in
1970, and 9,380 in 1979.

No Endorsement

NEW YORK (ZINS) —
Sen. Daniel P. Moynihan
(D-NY) has announced that
he will not support
President Carter for re-
election until he is sure that
Arab oil supplies do not dic-
tate U.S. policy towards Is-
rael.

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