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July 24, 1981 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-07-24

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Friday, July 24, 1981 45

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Business Briefs

Hunter's Square will
continue its first year an-
niversary celebration today
and Saturday.
The mall will have a
sidewalk sale during the
promotion and there will be
a contest and prizes.
Caricaturist Lindsay Press
will be on hand to do free
caricatures during the pro-
motion.
Clowns, balloons and a
lne-man band will high-
the celebration. Hours
10 a.m.-9 p.m. today and
10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday.
* * *
Comedy Capers at Staf-
ford's, Orchard Mall, will
present this Friday and
Saturday, 8:45 and 10:45
p.m. Mary Welch; Michigan
Mirthquake; Stars On;
Comedy Street Dancers,
associated with TV's Dance
Fever; Tony Hayes, from
the Comedy Store; and De-
nnis Vernier, one man
band. There is an admission
charge. For reservations,

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call Stafford's , S51-8952.
* * *
Outstanding perform-
ance during the first six
months of 1981 was
achieved by the Neil A.
Werner — Southfield
brokerage agency which
has earned special recogni-
tion by The Bankers Life of
Des Moines.

* * *

Locally-Made Kosher Yogurt
Soon to Be in Supermarkets

Still in the experimen-
tal stages is a product
called "Yogurt with Fruit
on the Bottom," a six-
ounce container in an
American-style yogurt,
where the product must
be stirred with a spoon
before eating. The latter
comes in 12 varieties, in-
cluding • plain and
vanilla-flavored yogurt.
All of the kosher certified
yogurts will be stamped
with the letter "K"
alongside the date that ap-
pears on the lid of each item.
The kosher yogurt will be
available at Farmer Jack
and other stores throughout
Michigan and northern
Ohio.

Parley on Agriculture in Israel

BEERSHEVA — Ag-
ricultural experts from
Egypt, Israel and the
United States recently con-
cluded a week-long confer-
ence in San Diego, the first
t-lateral scientific meeting
,ake place among the
turee nations. Its purpose
was to plan arid land ag-
ricultural programs of
mutual interest.
The conference focused on
problems of common inter-
est to the three nations,
with particular emphasis on
the use of saline water for
crop production, investiga-
tion of arid land plants as a
source of industrial raw
materials and fodder prod-
uction for use by small ani-
mals.
The Egyptian delegation
was headed by Dr. Yousef

Myron L. Liner has been
promoted to vice
president-agency relations
for the United Foundation.
As vice president-agency
relations, Liner will head
up the allocations and
agency relations depart-
ment, recently transferred
to the United Foundation
from United Community
Services (UCS).

Tel-12 Mall will have its
antique show and sale
Thursday through Aug. 9
during mall hours. Sixty
dealers will be on hand for
the show and sale. Among
the items to be displayed
and sold are: hand-carved
Oriental furniture, primi-
tives, country furniture,
books, copper, brass,
jewelry, silver, miniatures,
toys and baseball cards and
more. Rushing and caning
services also will be offered.
Hours are 10 a.m.-9 p.m.
daily and noon-5 p.m. Sun-
days. Admission is free.

* * *

For the first time in
Michigan, three varieties of
kosher yogurt will be pro-
duced here, under Orthodox
rabbinical supervision, it
was announced by Rabbi
Jack Goldman, adminis-
trator of the Metropolitan
Kashruth Council of Michi-
gan.
As a result of a new
method in processing the
yogurt, developed by
engineers at the C. F.
Burger Creamery in De-
troit, a complete line of
yogurt is being produced
completely free of gelatine,
and containing 100 percent
kosher ingredients, Rabbi
Goldman said.
Beginning Aug. 1, the
Burger Creamery will put
out three different forms of
the kosher-certified yogurt.
The yogurt shake is a low-
fat yogurt drink in six-
ounce cartons. It comes in
five varieties. A new
French-style yogurt, called
C'est Bon, comes in a plastic
cup, with the fruit mixed in
with the yogurt, in eight
varieties.

United Fund
Names Liner

Wally, chairman of the ag-
ricultural development
committee for the Ministry
of Agriculture. The Israeli
delegation was headed by
Dr. Joel Schechter, director
of the research and de-
velopment authority of
Ben-Gurion University of
the Negev and the U.S.
delegation was headed by
Dr. Jack Johnson from the
Office of Arid Lands Studies
at the University of
Arizona.

A laboratory for research
in the areas of reactor safety
and quality control has been
established in the Technion
Department of Nuclear
Engineering. It is partially
funded by a grant of the In-
ternational Atomic Energy
Agency at Vienna.

BRIDAL REGISTRY
uncommon
WATER (the bath
shop)
MKS

Don't take a chance
Go to Waterworks
Go directly to the New Bridal Registry
Collect 20% savings during our summer sale
and a free gift when you register.

Applegate Square
Northwestern at Inkster

Phone: 357-1870
Mon.-Sat..10-5

SUMMER CLEARANCE

starts Friday July 24

MYRON LINER

His major responsibilities
include annual agency
operating allocations, re-
views of programs and serv-
ices provided by Torch
Drive-supported charities
and agency admissions and
appeals.
Liner joined the OF
staff last spring. He had
been the associate
executive-agency rela-
tions at United Commu-
nity Services for nine
years. Prior to joining the
UCS staff in 1970, he was
the assistant director of
Neighborhood Service
Organization, a Torch
Drive-supported agency.
Liner is a member of the
American Sociological
Association and an associ-
ate member of the Detroit
Engineering Society. He
holds both an MA and BA
degrees from Wayne State
University.

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