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February 19, 1982 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-02-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

$500,000 Grant to JWB

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

WHILE THE WEA-
predicted
THERMEN
heavy snowfall and warned
against driving unless an
absolute emergency, many
folks took their chances and
dropped in on what they felt
would be a handful of people
interested enough in astrol-
ogy to brave the elements
nd hear WXYZ radio's
sychic "Jacqui" speak at
amilton Place.
The place was jammed
with about 350 people of all
ages interested in hearing
not only Jacqui's predic-
tions, but other speakers
talk about psychics, astrol-
ogy, parapsychology, ESP,
clairvoyance and how to join
a club devoted to the explo-
ration of all these subjects.
It was the opening meet-
ing of "The Psychic Eye,
Ltd." . . . Sol Lewis, &rec-
tor of the Michigan
Metaphysics Society and in-
structor of parapsychology
at Wayne County Commu-
nity College, is the group's
educational and research
consultant . . . and was a
big hit on the program with
his quick wit,
Candie Silvarman is
hospitality director . . .
with husband Allen and
sister-in-law Emily Sil-
varman on the hospital-
ity committee . . . Esther
Winer is membership di-
rector, Bob Brickner
sports outing and travel
director for The Psychic
Eye . . . and Carol
Schwartz charity direc-
tor.
The group meets the first
Tuesday evening of every
month at Hamilton Place
: . . Next meeting is March
2 . . . For more info, call
The Psychic Eye at 356-
6354.
YOUNG WOMEN of
Jewish National Fund an-
nual auction will be at
Temple Beth El . . . March
28.
NOTE TO ... Irving Ly-
ness . . . spending winter
at 3912 S. Ocean Beach,
Apt. 1012, Highland Beach,
Fla. . . . Thanks for the in-
formative note about De-
troiters down south . . .
Sure would have been nice if
we could read the writing.
YESTERDAY AT Down
Under of Hart Plaza was
something different in fash-
ion show . . . held .on the
outside skating rink as folks
watched from their tables
inside . . .. Was a mini-
fashion show on ice . . . put
on by models Marilyn
Zeldes and Pat Sands . . .
e two gals are at Down
__ rider every Thursday, 12
to 2, with high-fashion clo-
thing.
GEORGE COOPER is
still looking for persons in-
terested in general avia-
tion . . . owning own plane,
renting one or just enjoying
talking about aviation and
airplanes . . . George
wants to form a group Gf
Jewish pilots . . Contact
him at 851-3362.

4

WHAT CAN YOU do
with half-a-million cubic
feet of snow piled up in a
shopping center parking
lot? . . . The most creative
answer will win someone a
$200 shopping spree at a
Northland Center.
The result of several
Midwest snowstorms re-
cently, Northland's largest,
pile of snow is 18 feet high at
its highest point, 60 feet
deep, and about 700 feet
long.
Over 50 inches has fallen
on the mall — so far this
winter . . . If the snow in
Northland's small moun-
tain were merely lying on
the ground, it would weigh
about 12,250,000 pounds,
according to statistics from
the National Weather Serv-
ice.
The contest is open to
anyone with a creative
suggestion for what North-
land should do with all that
snow . . . The entrant's
name, address, phone
number and creative solu-
tion should be mailed to
Snow Contest, Northland
Center, BC-2, Concourse B,
Southfield; 48075 . . .
Entries must be post-
marked by March 1 to be
eligible.
CONGRATS ... to Matt
and Lisa (Patler) Prentice
. . . of Deli . Unique on
Greenfield and 10 Mile
Road . . . who recently be-
came man and wife.
BY
BRUNCH
Oakland-Century Lodge,
Bnai Brith, at Furniture
Club, is this Sunday, 11:30
a.m. . . . with members,
wives, guests and prospec-
tive members invited . . .
$5 admission also includes
musical program by Janet
Pont.
LOOKING BACK On
Columns of Yesteryears
. . . March 3, 1953 . . .
"Lilo Ehrlich is the new
Queen Esther . . . selected
at the annual Purim affair
of the Jewish Young Adult
Council . . . She had prev-
iously been chosen as
Sweetheart of Mu Beta CM
Fraternity . . . and was
sponsored by that group in a
beauty contest.
"The three runners-up
were Barbara Klein of
Sigma Theta Delta Soror-
ity, Frances Brand of Junior
Hadassah and Esther Bis-
trowitz of David Phillip
Chapter, BBYO."

March 20, 1953 . . . "Ju-
lian Stolman likes to tell of
the boyhood years when he
and Harry Hershfield grew
up together in New York
. . . Now a manufacturer's
agent in Detroit, Julian re-
calls when Hershfield was a
youngster and an uncle
tried to lure him into his
silk-jobbing concern . . .
But don't think you're corn-
ing in here and start at the
top,' warned the uncle.
`You'll begin as a partner
just like all the rest of us!' "

NEW YORK — A
$500,000 grant has been
awarded to the Jewish Wel-
fare Board by the Florence
G. Heller Foundation of
Chicago. The grant is speci-
fically earmarked for the
advancement of manage-
ment skills among Jewish
community center and YM
& YWHA executives and
administrators.
The $500,000 grant, to-
gether with $150,000 in
matching funds from other
JWB sources, will establish
the Florence G. Heller
Memorial Fund in honor of

-

Mrs. Heller, a Chicago
philanthropist who served
as president of JWB from
April 1964 until her death
in January 1966.
The fund "will provide
JWB with an opportunity to
expand professional educa-
tion and training for execu-
tives, potential executives
and middle management
personnel of Jewish com-
munity centers and YM-
YWHAs nationwide and
overseas," a JWB spokes-
man said.

369-7133

Complete
, Carry-out

MK Criticizes
Israel Education

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
Labor MK Arye Nehamkin
made a Knesset speech re-
cently that was critical of
the "Socialist education"
that he had received.
He said he favors "tradi-
tion" but knew little about
it because of his Socialist
education. He added that Is-
rael's best young people
today are those who wear
yarmulkes. He said the lack
of military services among
the observant is often a
"penalty" imposed by their
parents.

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