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March 04, 1983 - Image 59

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-03-04

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Engagements

Mr. and Mrs. Eli Malka of
Haifa, Israel, announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter, Sima Malka, to Rod S.
Burke, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Burke of South-
field. Miss Malka was
graduated from the ORT
College of Fashion Design
in Israel. Her fiance earned
a degree in business ad-
ministration at the Univer-
sity of Michigan. A March
wedding is planned.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Mac
Mindlin of Oak Park an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Chari Lyn

Mindlin, to Sol Drescher
of New York City, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Mayer Drescher of
New York and Florida. Miss
Mindlin eat/led a MBA de-
gree at Wayne State Uni-
versity. Her fiance earned a
PhD degree at City Univer-
sity of New York. A June
wedding is planned.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Martin
Kopel of West Bloomfield
announce the engagement
of their daughter, Zeeda
Kopel, to Dr. Gregory
Mavian of Dearborn
Heights. A May wedding is
planned.

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CARL "DOC" GROSSMAN

25th Year Chevrolet Sales
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Adjoining the City of Southfield

OUR 50th YEAR

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through
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80 's

Now that we have moved
to new and larger guar-
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Oak Park
enables us to expand our
class schedule and continue 22 years of teaching
expertise in tap and jazz. We are the only school in
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• The most comprehensive and contemporary dance styles of
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• The most reasonable prices in the area
• The Junior Chorus - special dance group for the gifted child
• Senior Chorus - special dance group for the serious-minded
teen-ager
• The Anlo Jazz Co. - our own professional dance company
• New mid-year beginner classes for pre-schoolers thru adults

as well as our complete program for intermediate and ad-
vanced students.
• Our curriculum includes Jazz, Tap, Ballet, Aerobics and
newly added Soial Dance for teens and adults

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968-2247

Israeli, Jewish Artists' Work
Exhibited at Main Center

The Jewish Community
Center will present an ex-
hibit of Israeli and Jewish
artists through March 20 in
the Hamburger Exhibition
Hall of the main building.
The show and sale fea-
tures etchings, lithographs,
watercolors and prints by
Theo Tobiasse, David
Sharir, Shalom of Safed,
Naftali Bezem, Shraga
Weill, Ruth Zarfati, Nahum
Gilboa, Yossi Stern, Benja-
min Levy, Moshe Gat,
David Agam Gershtein,
Shtreichman and others.
Danielle Peleg, a native
Israeli and former Detroiter
now living in Houston, is
the coordinator of the show
and sale.

The Jewish Students
Organization and the Oak-
land University Archeology
Society will co-sponsor a
program featuring Dr. Eric
Meyers, biblical ar-
cheologist, Duke Univer-
sity, 2 p.m. Wednesday in
the Fireside Lounge at Oak-
land Center on the campus
of Oakland University.
Dr. Meyers will present
an illustrated slide report
on the archeological expedi-
tion he directed in the
Galilee. The presentation is
entitled: "Digging Up a Lost
Ark."
Dr. Meyers will meet with
interested students and fa-
culty for lunch prior to the
lecture. Admission to the
lecture is free and open to
the public. Reservations are
required for the luneheon.
Call the JSO at 377-2020 for
information.

Vocal Recital
at Temple Israel

Soprano Martha Warren
will be featured in a solo
vocal recital with piano ac-
companiment 3 p.m. March
13 in the Sarah Schmier
Chapel of Temple Israel.
A graduate of Cass Tech
High School and the temple
high school, Ms. Warren
holds a bachelor's degree in
voice performance from
Oberlin Conservatory and
is a master's degree candi-
date in voice performance at
the University of Michigan.
The public is invited free
of charge.

March 4, 1983 59

JWV Auxiliary Aids Hospital

WASHINGTON — The in the new maternity wing
National Ladies Auxiliary and nearly 1,000 pieces of
of the Jewish War Veterans major medical equipment.
of the United States plans to In addition, nurses' schol-
sponsor a hemodynamics arships are awarded an-
laboratory in the Chaim nually.
Sheba Medical Center, Tel
For information, contact
Hashomer, Israel.
Ina Halperin, Executive Di-
The laboratory will rector, JWVA, 1712 New
monitor the blood and uri- Hampshire Ave., N.W.,
nary processes of emer- Washington, D.C. 20009.
gency and post-operative
patients.
grzi.tLaffy ( YOL1.71
JWVA has been support-
ing the medical center for 35
years. The funds have paid
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Center Day camp director
again this year.
Miss Fishman had prev-
Center Camp Names
iously been involved in
resident camping at Camp
Two Directors
Marcia Fishman will be Michigana and worked in
the Jewish Community other day camps.
Associate director will be
* * *
Dr. Marty Oliff, physical
education director at the
CSO Concert
Center He holds a PhD de-
Planned Sunday gree in psychology and has
been involved in resident
Tickets are still available and day camps.
for a concert of the Center
He was the first athletic
Symphony Orchestra to be director at Camp Tamarack
held 3:30 p.m. Sunday in the and at the South Peninsula
Aaron DeRoy Studio Thea- Jewish Center Day Camp in
ter of the main Jewish Cen- San Francisco, Calif.
ter building.
Soloists will be David
Cerone, violinist, and con-
ductor Julius Chajes, on
piano. Accompanist will be
David Wilson on
harpsichord.
Tickets are available in
the Center cashier's office.

Students to Hear
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