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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-06-03

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54 Friday, June 3, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Nursery to Hear Gemini'

"Gemini," comprised of twins Laszlo and
Sandor Slomovits, will entertain at a year-end concert
for the United Hebrew Schools Nursery School June
10 at the school. Following the concert, the children
will receive diplomas as gifts from the Woman's Auxil-
iary to the UHS. The school is directed by Sylvia
Handler, Anita Jacobs, Reva Klaymer and Marlene
Galperin. For information, call the school, 356-7378 or
354-1050.

Report U.S. Spy Planes
Aid Israel, Egypt, Syria

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
The State Department re-
fused to comment Wednes-
day on press reports that the
U.S. has been supplying
Syria and Egypt, as well as
Israel, with spy plane
photographs.
The reports, attributed to
"defense sources," said the
sharing of aerial photo-
graphs began in 1976, after
Israel and Syria signed a
disengagement agreement
concerning the Golan
Heights. The sources said
that neither Syria nor
Egypt, which broke with the
Arab states to begin its
peace process with Israel in

Couple Tells
Wedding Plans

MISS GELMAN

Mr. and Mrs. Max Gel-
man of Oak Park announce
the engagement of their
daughter, Beverly, to Roy
Ceresnie, son of Mrs.
Martha Ceresnie of South-
field and the late Mr. Harry
Ceresnie.
Miss Gelman, daughter of
the late Mrs. Dorothy Gel-
man, earned a Bachelor of
Arts degree at Wayne State
University.
An August wedding is
planned.

1977, receive all of the
photographs.
Syria gets reconnaisance
photos of the areas where its
troops face Israeli forces, as
on the Golan Heights and in
Lebanon and Egypt gets
material where it is in-
volved, the sources said. Ac-
cording to the reports, the
spy planes are TR2s, an up-
dated version of the U-2,
which take off from British
air bases on Cyprus. Israel,
Syria and Egypt receive ad-
vance notice of the flights,
the sources said.

Seniors to Hear
Psychology Prof

Dr. Mark S. Goldman,
associate professor of - psy-
chology at Wayne State
University, will deliver a
lecture 1 p.m. June 10 at the
Jimmy Prentis Morris
Branch of the Jewish Com-
munity Center.
This is the fifth lecture in
a series co-sponsored by
WSU and the senior adult
department of the Centel*.
In addition to teaching at
WSU, Dr. Goldman also di-
rects the' university's Cen-
ter for Alcohol Studies. Be-
fore joining WSU in 1973,
Dr. Goldman worked at
hospitals, clinics and re-
search laboratories in New
Jersey and New York as
counselor, therapist and re-
searcher.
A native of Brooklyn, Dr.
Goldman received his BS
degree in psychology from
Brooklyn College and his
MS and PhD degrees in clin-
ical psychology from Rut-
gers University.
The lecture is open to the
public without charge.

Truth is never to be ex-
pected from authors whose
understandings are warped
with enthusiasm.

I

Business Briefs

Billy Pasciak, hair care
specialist, is taking ap-
pointments at The Barbery,
29783 Northwestern Hwy.,
in Applegate Square. Hours
are Tuesday through
Saturday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. For
appointment, call The Bar-
bery, 356-7070.
* * *
Stone and Simons Ad-
vertising won one gold, two
silver and four merit
awards at the recent
CADDY — Creative Adver-
tising Club — award cere-
monies. The agency was
cited for its work on the fol-
lowing accounts: Shedd's
Food Products, C. A. Muer
Corp. and Gorman's.

* * *

Real Estate One has
made available an 18-page,
full color illustrated bar-
becue cookbook. The cook-
books have been distributed
door-to-door throughout the
metropolitan area. _Persons
who did not receive a copy
can pick one up at a nearby
Real Estate One office.
* * *
Lasetron, a federal Food
and Drug Administration -
approved method of hair
removal, is available to
clients at the Lasetron
clinic in the Forest Park
Office Center, 31330
Northwestern Hwy., Suite
B, Farmington Hills. The
device was developed by Dr.
Howard Weissman and Dr.

Joseph Mantel. For an ap-
pointment, call the clinic,
855-0555.

Berl Falbaum was ap-
pointed director-corporate
communications of Perry
Drug Stores, Inc.
* *
Sittin' Pretty, 27030
Evergreen, Lathrup Vil-
lage, recommends PVC
king-size lounges for
Father's Day gifts. Sittin'
Pretty has the lounges with
white or beige tubing on
sale. A variety of colors are
available. For information,
call Herb Woolman at Sit-
tin' Pretty, 552-8850.
* * *
Farmer Jack Super-
markets are distributing
free "I'm Buckled Up — Are
You?" bumper stickers at its
86 locations.

**
Businessmen Aid Jobless

Five area businessmen
will provide complimentary
hair cuts, manicures,
grooming tips, medical,
dental and legal advice and
job counseling to 75 unem-
ployed persons in Wayne,

Dr. William Korey,
writer, lecturer and expert
on international affairs, the
Middle East and 'the USSR,
will speak at the Bnai
David-Israel Bond Tribute
Dinner on June 16 at 6:30
p.m. in the synagogue social
hall. Honored at the dinner
will be Asa Shapiro,
recipient-elect of the state of
Israel's "Jerusalem, City of
Peace" Award.
Dr. Korey is director of

Oakland and Genesee
Counties.
The businessmen par-
ticipating in the program
are Mario Bitonti and Max
Reiger of Mario/Max Salon;
Dr. Howard Weissman; Dr.
Peter Greig and Jerome
Greenbaum.
The Wayne County De-
partment of Social Services
will identify unemployed
persons in Wayne, Oakland
and Genesee Counties who
are in need of these services
and provide transportation.

Cohen Retirement Marked

The Family
of the Late

ROSE
BASSIN

The Family
of the Late

DR. WILLIAM KOREY

Bnai Brith's International
Council and is in charge of
research for the Bnai Brith
International Council. He
has been on numerous study
missions to Israel as well as
to western Europe, Soviet
Russia and Latin America.
He attended the Confer-
ence of the Non-Aligned
Nations in Lima, Peru,
where he took a leading role
in the effort to halt the Arab
drive aimed at expelling Is-
rael' from the UN.
Dr. Korey has ad-
dressed numerous public
gatherings, academic,
conferenceg and student
bodies. A graduate of the
University of Chicago
who received his MA and
PhD degrees from
Columbia University, Dr.
Korey has served on the
faculties of Columbia,
City College of New York
and Brooklyn College.
Currently he is visiting
professor at Yeshiva
University.
Dr. Korey's articles on in-
ternational affairs and Is-
rael have appeared fre-
quently in the New York
Times, Foreign Affairs,
Commentary, Midstream,
The New Republic, Satur-

Diamond Jubilee
for Bnai . Zion

Saila Cohen, right, who recently retired as associ-
ate executive director of the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion, was honored for his years of service by the JWF
board of governors. Federation President Avern
Cohn made the presentation on behalf of the board.

day Review and various
scholarly and professional
journals.
For dinner reservations
and information, call Israel
Bonds, 557-2900.
In advance of the dinner,
a special Shabat service
honoring Asa Shapiro will
be held Saturday at Bnai
David:

Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in her memory 11:30
a.m. Sunday, June 5, at
Clover Hill Park
Cemetery. Rabbi Stan-
ley Rosenbaum will of-
ficiate. Rel4tives and
friends are asked to
attend.

* * *

Chiropractic Associ-
ates of Oakland will have
free low back pain seminars
7:30 p.m. June 13 at the
Alfred Nobel Library,
Livonia; 7:30 p.m. June 14
at the Carl Sandburg Li-
brary, Livonia; 12:30 p.m.
June 20 at the Vestpocket
Library, Livonia; and at 7
p.m. June 20 at the Far-
mington Hills Library. Drs.
Gordon Karby and Philip
Hoehn will be the speakers.
For reservations, call Lee
Thornton, 525-7010.

*

"Cut Unemployment —
Detroit Style" is the theme
of a program to benefit the
unemployed to be held 9
a.m.-5 p.m. Monday at
Mario/Max Hair Salon in
Hunter's Square, Far-
mington Hills.

William Korey to Address
Bnai David Bond Dinner

NEW YORK — Ernest
Zelig of Manhasset, L.I. has
been named chairman of the
diamond jubilee convention
of Bnai Zion, America's old-
est and largest Zionist frat-
ernal organization.
The four - day - meeting,
celebrating Bnai Zion's
75th year, will take place
June 16-19 at Kutsher's
Country Club, Monticello,
N.Y.

"Over 65 years of traditional service in the Jewish community with dignity and understanding."

HEBREW MEMORIAL CHAPEL

FLORENCE
M. CHARLIP

Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in her memory 10 a.m.
Sunday, June 12, at
Machpelah Cemetery.
Rabbi Stanley Rosen-
baum will officiate.
Relatives and friends
are asked to attend.

The Family
of the Late

HYMAN
KELMAN

Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in his memory 11 a.m.
Sunday, June 12, at He-
brew Memorial Park.
Rabbi Schnipper will
officiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to
attend.

The Family
of the Late

LOUIS
KEPES

Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in his memory 11:30 a.m.
Sunday, June 5, at Oak-
view Cemetery. Cantor
Louis Klein will of-
ficiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to
attend.

The Family
of the Late

RABBI
IRVIN
LAWTON

Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in his memory 11 a.m.
Sunday, June 5, at He-
brew Memorial Park.
Rabbi Leo Y. Goldman
will officiate. Relatives
and friends are asked to
attend.

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