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April 10, 1981 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-04-10

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Temple Israel Sisterhood
Prepares for Art Works '81

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Business Briefs

Stafford's
Kids
Cabaret, Orchard Mall,
will be presented this
Saturday at 1 p.m. only. For
information, call Stafford's
851-8952; or Seymour
Schwartz, 356-8525.
* * *
Orchard Mall an-
nounces a spring coloring
contest open to children
age 4-10. Coloring sheets
and forms are available at
the mall office. Deadline is
Saturday. For details, call
the mall office, 851-7727.

Beard, Jane Borgeson,
Karen Gilbert, Margot
Halperin and Jane Max-
well.
Hours are: Monday
through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to
5 p.m. and Saturday, 11
a.m. to 3 p.m.
Gemini Travel can be
reached at 855-3600.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, April 10, 1981

Scoliosis Unit
Meets Thursday

FOR THE FINEST

The Scoliosis Association
of Michigan will meet 7:30
p.m. Thursday at the ad-
ministrative services build-
ing of William Beaumont
Hospital.
Officers will be elected
and the film, "Hold That
Curve," will be shown. For
details, call Rosemary
Dirksen, 855-9883.

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* * *

Preparing for the Art Works '81 event sponsored
Gemini Travel, 6393 Or-
by Temple Israel Sisterhood, are, from left, seated:
Barbara Rosenthal and Helen Tobias; and standing, chard Lake Rd., in the Or-
from left, Ruthe Moss, Sheila Lipschutz and Harriett chard Mall announces its
grand opening.
Wohlman.
Owned and managed by
Temple Israel Sisterhood
Hours of the show are 11 travel consultant Terry
will present its Art Works a.m.-8 p.m. each day. On
'81 event May 3-5 at the .May 3, jewelry appraisal Rotenberg, Gemini Travel
temple. The event will be will be available. Antiques is a full service travel
kicked off at 8 p.m. May 2 may be appraised on May 4 agency presenting all ad-
with a champagne preview and a fashion show will be vertised packages and
tours. Mediterranean
for members only who have featured on May 5.
cruises, at a special price,
paid reservations.
are now being offered. Is-
Co-chairmen are Sheila
Barbara Rosenthal is vice rael, Greece, the Orient,
Lipschutz and Lois Singer. president of ways and
Featured at the_ event will means. For ticket informa- Hawaii, and any type of
be artists, jewelers, potters tion, call Temple_ Israel, domegtic travel is easily
serviced with no service
and boutiques.
661-5700.
charges.
In addition to Mrs.
Rotenberg, there are five
travel consultants: Kathy
The roots of anti- eastern Illinois University,
Semitism and the recent and 'Charles H. Tobias,
rise of such incidents in the chairman of the Michigan Dr. Mogill Is
metropolitan Detroit area Regional Advisory Board of
will be addressed at the the Anti-Defamation Cited at Banquet
Jewish Welfare Federation League of Bnai Brith.
Dr. George Mogill, chief
Women's Division Spring
Dena Golden is chair- of family practice at
Forum on Wednesday at the man of the Spring Forum Harper-Grace Hospital and
Jewish Community Center. committee. Barbara associate clinical professor
This annual educational Meskin is associate and of family medicine at the
presentation, which in- program chairman. Wayne State University
cludes luncheon, will be Other committee leaders School of Medicine, was
held 9:15 a.m.-2:15 p.m.
are Marcy Feldman, honored last week by the
Speakers at the forum, Joyce Sherman, Cheryl medical school at a banquet
entitled "Is the Writing on Guyer, Annie Cohen and held at the Wayne County
the Wall?: A Resurgence of Linda Soberman.
Medical Society.
Anti-Semitism in Our
Ellen Labes is vice
Dr. Mogill was elected to
Time," will be author and president of education for membership in the Beta
educator June Sochen, a Women's Division, and Chapter of Alpha Omega
professor of Jewish and Shelby Tauber is the di- Alpha, medical honor
women's history at North- vision president.
society.

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Discounts do not apply to clean-
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Previous orders excluded.

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Annual Holocaust Academy
Will Honor Charles Benham

The annual Holocaust
Memorial.Academy will be
held 1 p.m. May 3 at Cong.
Bnai David, sponsored by
Shaarit Haplaytah of Met-
ropolitan Detroit in cooper-
ation with the Jewish
Community Council, the
Detroit Round Table of the
National Conference of
Christians and Jews and
'CHAIM (Children of
qlocaust Survivors in
higan).
Dr. Charles Benham, di-
rector of the Detroit Round
Table of the NCCJ, will be
the recipient of the Right-
eous Gentile Award in
recognition of "his dedica-
tion and long-standing ef-
forts to promote a con-
sciousness of the Holocaust
to the non-Jewish commu-
nity."
In his position at the
Round Table, Dr. Be-
nham is a major spokes-
man for the organized
religious communities in
the Detroit area.
In conjunction with
Holocaust Remembrance
Day and the Holocaust

OUR BEAUTIFUL LEATHER
WOVEN VAMP SANDAL

Through Sat., April 18

'29.90

REGULAR $40

CHARLES BENHAM

Memorial Academy, Michi-
gan Governor William Mil-
liken signed a proclamation
yesterday proclaiming
April 26-May 3 as "Days of
Remembrance of the Vic-
tims of the Holocaust."

Radomer to Meet

Radomer Aid Society will
meet 8 p.m. Tuesday in the
Zionist Cultural Center.
The annual banquet will be
discussed.

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