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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-03-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

38 Friday, March 5, 1982

Energy Focus
of AJCommittee

Solomon Bienenfeld, De-
troit Edison special counsel,
and State Sen. Douglas Ross
will discuss the pros and
cons of "Nuclear Energy:
Alternative Power Source"
at an American Jewish
Committee Detroit Chapter
meeting 8 p.m. Thursday at
the Jewish Community
Center's Jimmy Prentis
- Morris Branch. The public
is invited.
Robert Rollinger, chair-
man of the chapter energy
committee, reports that the
national AJC energy de-
partment publishes "Petro
Impact," a bi-monthly
which reports on petrodol-
lar influence in the U.S.,
and "Energy Information
Service," a compilation of
articles from various
periodicals. In addition the
department has produced a
series of radio spots,
"Energy Today," which are
used as public service an-
nouncements throughout
the country.

`Think Summer' Party Set
by WSU Hillel Students

The Bnai Brith Hillel of the WSU humanities de-
Foundation at Wayne State, partment, will speak.
The sports league will
University will have a
"Who Needs Ft. Lauder- meet at 7:30 p.m. March 28
dale?" party in conjunction at the main Jewish Corn-
with Alpha Epsilon Pi 8:30 munity Center.
For details on Hillel ac-
p.m. March 13 at Cong.
tivities, call Ms. Leopold.
Beth Shalom.
There will be summer
music. Persons who wear
summer clothes will be
entitled to a discount. There
is an admission charge.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill (Lil)
The students will clean
up the Hillel House dur- Utley of Oak Park were
ing spring break, March honored by family and
14-19. At 7:30 p.m. March friends in Miami, Fla., re-
18, there will be a dinner cently on the occasion of -
for persons who helped their 40th wedding an-
clean the house, and niversary. The party, a
those persons will be ad- brunch at the California
mitted free of charge. Country Club in North
There is an admission Miami Beach, was given by
their children Mr. and Mrs.
charge for all others. -
To volunteer, call Sharori Michael (Judy) Saywitz and
Sandy Seltzer. The couple's
'Leopold, 535-2953. ,
WSU Hillel will sponsor three grandchildren
a brunch 11:30 a.m. March attended. Among the guests
28 at the Hillel House, Dr. were Mr. Utley's sisters and
Martin Herman, chairman nieces.

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Tel-12 Mall. There will be a
talk on "Loneliness: How to
Communicate With
Others."
The group will have a
"white elephant" auction 7
p.m. March 21 in the Bnai
Brith Building. Refresh-
ments will be served. There
is a charge and a ."white
,elephant" item is needed to
gain admission. For details,
call Lillian Freedland,
546-2967.

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