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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-09-02

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52 Friday, September 2, 1983

FRUIT BASKETS
FOR ALL
OCCASIONS

WORLD-WIDE DELIVERY

THE
BASKET
SHOPPE
545-0505

2666 COOLIDGE • Berkley

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Widow Elected

Sala Galant Burton, the
widow of Rep. Philip Bur-
ton, in June won the Con-
gressional seat in San Fran-
cisco left vacant by the
death of her husband last
April, bringing the number
of Jews in the U.S. House of
Representatives to 31 and
the number of Jewish
women in the House to
three.

. •

TOTS AND TWIGS

Infant Clothing & Flower Shop

The Jimmy Prentis Mor-
ris Branch of the Jewish
Community Center pro-
vides a Wednesday After-
noon Social for persons over
age 65 every Wednesday.
Organized by Bernard
Luchtan, the group, which
meets at 1:30 p.m., gathers
for refreshments, dancing
and entertainment.
Other programs for
seniors include painting,
Bible study, dance, current
events, writing and lec-
tures.
For details, call the Mor-
ris Branch, 967-4030.

* * *

Clubs JPM, a Sunday af-
ternoon program for chil-
dren in grades one-six, will
begin 2 p.m. Sept. 18 at the
Jimmy Prentis Morris
Branch of the Jewish Com-
munity Center.
Three clubs will be avail-
able for the different age
groups: Club 21 for first and
second graders, Club 34 for
third and fourth graders
and Club 56 for fifth and
sixth graders.
Sports, ganies, arts and
crafts, singing, drama and
cooking are among the ac-
tivities for children. A Mac-
cabia for all ages and field
trip also are planned.
There is a fee for each
10-week session. For de-
tails, call Marty Oliff at the

Formerly associated with L & T Flowers

"Make Your Next Affair"
A Beautiful Remembrance
Complete Party Service!
Wedding, Bar-Bat Mitzva,
Showers, Sweet Sixteen
We will assist you in every way possible to
make your day most memorable.
Please call for appointment
Bring in this ad and
we will take 20% Off your
total cost.

Hours: Mon.-Fri. 9:00-5:00
Sat. 9:00-1:00 PM

Mollie Grushoff

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BERNARD LUCHTAN

main Center building,
661-1000, ext. 180. -

Clubs JPM Begin
at Morris Branch

17117 West Nine Mile Rd.
569-7037
Southfield, Mi. 48075

Dennis Grushoff

Jewish Center Branch Offers
Social Programs for Seniors

•••••

DESIGNER SHOE OUTLET
MEN'S FOOTWEAR DEPT.
ALL FAMOUS BRANDS

Morris Branch
Membership

Families who join the
Jimmy Prentis Morris
Branch of the Jewish Com-
munity Center between
Sept. 11 and Oct. 1 will re-
ceive a free 10-week class
for one member of the fam-
ily.

The new JPMB member-
ship will enable members to
participate in the following
classes: Daddy and Me,
yoga, Hammer and Nails,
modern jazz, ballroom danc-
ing, Clubs JPM, toddler
gym, cake decorating and
more.
Discounts for classes will
be available to JPMB mem-
bers and the new member-
ship will enable families to
use the facilities and par-
ticipate in the activities at
the Morris Branch. Kinder-
shpiel and music lessons are
excluded from membership
benefits.
Memberships must be
paid in full in advance of the
first class.

Red Cross
Blood Appeal

OFF

with this ad 1
thru Sept. 21

up to

,

(no other coupons with this ad)

BALLY (values up to $160.)
BRUNO MAGLI (values up to $140.)
BILL BLASS (values up to $120.)
HIPOPPOTAMUS (values up to $55.)
PEEPLES (values up to $120.)
RODOLFO VALENTINO (values up to $85.)
COTE-D-AZUR (values up to $120.)
EXTRA SAVINGS! SELECT GROUP FREEMAN

$7 0- 10

I

$70-$10
$60
$275°
$60
$425°
$60
$35

(values up to $70.)

ALL LADIES SHOES & BOOTS up to 75% OFF

DESIGNER SHOE OUTLET

Center Blaze

14 Mile & Orchard Lake Rd.
Hunters Square, Farmington Hills
851-4190

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Mon.-Fri. 10-?, Sat. 10-6, Sunday 12-5

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The American Red Cross
Blood Service, South-
eastern Michigan Region,
has made an urgent appeal
for blood types "0" and "A."
Blood can be donated by
anyone between the ages of
17 through 65 who is in gen-
eral good health and weighs
at least 10 pounds.
Donations are accepted at
the Oak Park Donor Center,
25900 Greenfield, Oak
Park, on Mondays and Fri-
days, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.; Tues-
days, Wednesdays and
Thursdays, 2-8 p.m, and
Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 2
p.m. For an appointment,
call the donor center, 968-
2255.
Bloodmobiles will be at
the Tel-12 Mall noon-5 p.m.
Sunday. For an appoint-
ment, call Ron Sesvold,
353-4111. A bloodmobile
also will be at the donor cen-
ter from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Sunday. For appointment,
call the donor center.

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — A
fire last week in the Char-
lotte Jewish Community
Center caused up to $1 mil-
lion in damage.

3nai Brith Activitiel

REY-UT UNIT will hold
its 10th annual road rally 7
p.m. Sept. 24, leaving from
the Franklin Pointe Apts.
club house, 26325 Franklin
Pointe Dr., Southfield.
The public is invited to
the road rally, which will
begin with a light dinner.
Pareve or kosher dinners
will be provided upon re-
quest.
Each car will be limited to
three couples. The following
items must be contained in
each car: a dictionary,
thesaurus, calculator, Oak-
land County map, one um-
brella per couple, one
flashlight per couple, paper,
pens, North Woodward
telephone book, two trash
bags, four dimes, an al-
manac, a tape measure (six
feet) and a basketball.

Information and in-
structions will be given at
dinner. Participants
should dress casually

and wear comfortable
shoes.
Reservation deadline is
Sept. 14. For reservation in-
formation and to request a
kosher or pareve dinner,
call Sue Hopps, 968-0592.
There is a fee per couple.

* * *

Einstein Lodge
Plans Benefit

.

Albert Einstein Lodge of
Bnai Brith will have a bene-
fit dinner for the Holocaust
Memorial Center 6 p.m.
Oct. 2 at Cong. Beth
Shalom, announces Jack
Seiderman, president of the
lodge.
Sigmunt Rubin, acting
vice president of the lodge
will be dinner chairman.
Past Vice President Henry
Dorfman is fund-raising
chairman.
For tickets, call Max
Pines, 358-0715; Rubin,
557-0281; or Seiderman,
548-7252.

* * *

Bnai Brith Youth Services
Benefit From Women's Unit

More than $25,000 was raised at an advanced gifts
parlor meeting held in the home of Marlene Borman in
support of the Bnai Brith Women's Youth and Serv-
ices Appeal Campaign. Pictured at the parlor are,
seated, from left: Bobbie Levine, Bnai Birth Women's
Council president; Miriam Hamburger, BBW's 1983
honoree and woman of the year; and Mrs. Borman.
Standing, are, from left: Ruth Grey, overall fund-
raising chairman; Carol Dragul, guest speaker; Belle
Ruben, parlor chairman; Estelle Robinson, parlor
chairman; and Eadie Albion, special gifts chairman.

Bar-Ilan U. Is Studying
Early Factors in Behavior

RAMAT GAN — Chil-
dren who are cuddled by
their parents during in-
fancy will remain demon-
strative and affectionate
throughout their lives.
Babies who aren't fondled
may well object to this form
of intimacy in later life.
Mothers who take certain
medications during preg-
nancy may give birth to
hyperactive children.
These are among re-
cent findings by resear-
chers at Bar-Ilan Univer-
sity in Israel who are
studying some of the ear-
liest influences on human
development and be-
havior.
"Most human beings are
born with distinctly recog-
nizable personality char-
acteristics," says Dr. Malca
Alexsandrowicz of Bar-
Ilan's psychology depart-

ment. "If we are to influence
their behavior, the best
time to do it is before the age
of three."
The Bar-Ilan psychol-
ogist's findings have led to
an experimental program
for expectant parents in
Shikun Daled, a low-income
housing project in Jaffa.
The program, conducted by
psychologists and nurses,
includes instruction in how
a child learns and grows, is-
sues in parenthood and
preparation for delivery.
Bar-Ilan University psy-
chologists also met weekly
with kindergarten chil-
dren to help them translate
their feelings into words
and thus overcome a hand-
icap common to culturally
disadvantaged children; an
inability to articulate emo-
tions and a tendency to act
them out instead.

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