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February 03, 1984 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-02-03

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32 Friday, February 3, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
•• ■ ••••

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AT OUR FAMOUS LOW PRICES

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North of 10 Mile Rd.

Solar Pipeline Is Discussed

REHOVOT — Sahara
sunshine may one day
power the factories of
Europe if a new concept dis-
cussed last month at the
Weizmann Institute of Sci-
ence proves feasible.
The discussion took place
within the framework of a
"Workshop on the Econom-
ics of the Solar Ther-
mochemical Pipeline," or-

this weekend

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DO
NOT
DISTORS

Special room rates for weekend getaways.

Vishniac Photos
in Birmingham
as HMC Benefit

$4400 *
PER ROOM
PER NIGHT

• luxurious guest room
• kids in some room FREE
• gourmet dining at the
Benchmark
• saunas & exercise room

• limited number of rooms available

The Pierce Street Gallery
will have a special showing
of the photographs of
Roman Vishniac at 1 p.m.
Sunday at the gallery, 217
Pierce, Birmingham. This
reception will benefit the
Holocaust Memorial Cen-
ter.
Taped comments by Vis-
hniac along with an infor-
mal talk about the photos
and their historic back-
ground will be presented.
Gallery hours are
Wednesday-Saturday, 11
a.m.-5 p.m.

• heated indoor/outdoor
pool

• live entertainment at
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• video game room

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ganized by the Weizmann
Institute's Center for
Energy Research, headed
by Prof. Israel Dostrovsky.
What Dostrovsky and his
colleagues are proposing is
to take solar energy col-
lected in a desert area (say
Israel's Negev, the south-
western part of the United
States or the Sahara), trans-
form it into energy-rich
chemicals and then pipe
those chemicals to indus-
trial regions further to the
north where, in yet another
transformation with special
catalysts, the energy is re-
leased as heat for use in
manufacturing processes.
Solar energy has been
generally used near the spot
where it was collected. It
sometimes is transformed
into electrical energy for
transmission, but this re-
sults in a 75 percent loss of
energy, a loss which, it is
hoped, will be reduced to 25
percent by using the chemi-
cal energy route.

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LISTENING
POST

TIME AGAIN ... and them for Neiman-Marcus
never \too soon . . . for the . . . but far below the high
Temple Israel Sisterhood NM prices.
donor luncheon . . . March
Even
hand-painted
12, 12:30 p.m.
Oriental items . . . and out-
It is not an annual event of-the-ordinary gifts . . . All
. . . and this will be sister- kinds of brass . . . every-
hood's first donor luncheon thing a person can think of
at the temple on Walnut . . . including large planter
Lake Rd. near Drake.
box with palm tree.
Spring outfits galore will
It's a gift place for folks
be shown at the fashion seeking the unusual in
show featuring Northland beautiful merchandise .. .
Center shops with both Ever see an engraved
male and female models . . brass chest? . . . You will at
Northland Center will also Brass 'n Sass . . . well worth
give everyone a gift . . . $18 a look around.
price includes lunch, fash-
MEMBERSHIP of Per-
ion show, music and get- fection Masonic Lodge is
together fun . . . Most of all, sponsoring a series of
the money goes to benefit entertainment events in
Temple Israel Sisterhood's various nursing or conva-
many charitable deeds .. . lescent homes and senior
Call Temple Israel, 661- citizen residences . . . It fea-
5700.
tures guitar and songs of
GET WELL WISHES Robbie Disner . . . Any spe-
. . . to Ruben Zissman at cial requests or suggestions,
Sinai Hospital . . . to David call PM Dan Natow, 836-
Wolfe at Henry Ford Hospi- 3535.
tal . . . to Carole Goldman
SPORTS CONNEC-
after surgery at Del Ray TION is new sports talk
Community Hospital in program aired recently .. .
. Florida where she spends and heard Monday through
winters.
Thursday, 7 to 8 p.m. over
ANITA GILBERT (bar- WCAR (1090 AM) . . .
rister Allan) will show her hosted by Dave Schwartz
sculpture and pottery for and Alan Penskar.
Sholem Aleichem Institute
IF GENTS are 30 years
. . . March 2-4 . . . at of age and under, they can
Shenandoah Country Club get into Bnai Brith Bran-
on Walnut Lake Rd. . . . She deis Sports Lodge at half
recently received invitation yearly dues . . . The group
to exhibit at Temple Israel has noted and interesting
Art Show, May 5-6.
sports figures at its monthly
ALREADY OVER 500 meetings. More info by cal-
tentative reservations for ling Ralph Miller, 559-
the Super 50th Reunion, 3200.
Northern and Central
DONNA ALPERT .. .
Highs, 1934 More or Less and her Sneak Preview
classes . . . July 27-29 . . . at women's apparel . . . has
Sheraton-Oaks Hotel in moved . . . from Leo Knight
Novi . . . Snacks and regis- Plaza on 12 Mile . . . to Mor-
tration Friday eve; interna- ris Margulies' ultra-modern
tional buffet, strolling Sunset Strip Shopping Cen-
music, dancing to Fenby-
ter on Northwestern, north
Carr Quintet Saturday eve. of 12 Mile. •
. . . big brunch Sunday
NEW OFFICE DEPT.
morning . . . all for $50 per
Advest Realty, owned by
person.
brothers Eliot and Howard
Those who stay at hotel
Marcus . . . at 17663 W. 10
get special $40 per night Mile and Southfield Rd.
rate . . . Northern grads call
WONDER WHY ... So
Sarah Swartz, 557-6387;
many organizations, both
Centralites phone Molly
fraternal and others, com-
Beck, 352-3135.
plain about lack of member-
Super 50th book is ship . . . but don't have
planned . . . Volunteers
people get on phones asking
needed for committees on
members reason they don't
book, decorations, publicity,
attend?
gifts and souvenirs, regis-
NO MORE RHODIKA
tration and reception .. .
... Rhoda Weiss' new oper-
Call general chairman Izzy
ation is now called Face
Malin, 864-2506; co-
Fitness . . . at Cal & Koehler
chairman Kopel Kahn,
Salon, near southeast
626-0467; co-chairman Ray corner of Northwestern
Zimmerman, 875-4900.
Hwy. and Middlebelt.
CONGRATS ... to Fran
MAIL DEPT.. . . "I have
and Sol Adler in North-
been playing Mah Jong for
ridge, Calif. on their 40th over 45 years, mostly with
anniversary . . . to Dorothy
the same ladies. We re-
and Hy Nudell on their 44th cently had the most unusual
anniversary.
game, playing 13 consecu-
IT'S NOT ALL brass at tive wall games. Can any-
one top this record?"
Brass 'n Sass, owned by
Mabel Alvin
Mary Faraj with son David
Rowe . . . recently opened in
new beautiful Sunset Strip
Millionaires
on Northwestern . . . Other
TEL AVIV (ZINS) — Is-
unique items, also, like an
all-snakeskin dress and rael's Office of Revenues es-
matching bag . . . made by timates that there are 4,000
same people manufacturing Israelis worth $1 million.

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