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May 04, 1984 - Image 73

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-05-04

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H E DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

LOCAL NEWS

CARICATURES

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Doug Ross, former Michi-
gan state senator, will be
the featured speaker at the
"Breakfast with Bar-Ilan"
meeting to be held 9:-30 a.m.
Wednesday in the home of
Nancy Jacobson, announces
Joanne Zuroff, vice
president - programming,
nd Sharon Hart, president
the Detroit chapter of the
-..rnerican Women for Bar-
Ilan.
Ross served in the Michi-
gan State Senate from 1979
to 1983, and currently is on
leave from his position as
economic analyst for
WXYZ-TV in order to serve
as director of the state's
Project Self-Reliance,
Michigan's "workfare" pro-
gram.
Ross served as director of
the Michigan Youth Corps
last summer. He is the
founder and past executive
director of Common Cause.
He is a former legislative
aide to Sen. Joseph Tydings.
Ross earned his under-
graduate degree at the Uni-

Doug Ross

versity of Michigan, re-
ceived a master's degree In
public affairs from Prince-
ton University, and has
done additional graduate
work at both U-M and at the
London School of Econom-
ics. He is the author of
Robert F. Kennedy: Apostle
of Change, as well as
numerous other books and
publications.

Arranging program were:
Frieda Stollman, honorary
president; Mrs. Hart; Malka
Gordon, vice president-
education; Linda Lee, vice
president-membership;
Barbara Stollman, vice
president-fund raising;
Mrs. Zuroff; Goldie Adler,
Tillie Brandwine, Dolores
Brown, Rosa Chessler,
Ethel Cohen, Fayga Dom-
bey, Hortense Falk, Doreen
Hermelin, Harriet Jacob-
son, Evelyn Kasle, Terran
Leemis, Nora Lessman, Be-
verly Leuchter, Ruth Levi,
Judy Naftaly, Susan Pap-
pas, Donna Pearlman,
Blanche Pollack, Rose
Schlussel and Leila
Stollman.
For reservations and in-
formation, call the Bar-Ilan
office, 398-7180.

5-
Bar-Ilan offers
Israel mission

LIBERTY STATE
BANK AND TRUST AND
LIBERTY BANK-
OAKLAND now offer dis-

Women Business Owners'
(NAWBO) 1984 award for
innovative leadership.


TEL-12 MALL

count brokerage services, in
addition to precious metals
investment services. For in-
formation, call the Liberty
Investment Center, 362-
5000.


will
celebrate National Music
Week, Sunday through May
12, by featuring a variety of
bands, symphony orches-
tras, jazz and vocal groups.
Admission to the perform-
ances is free. The "Clipped
Wings" will have their an-
nual geranium sale May 11
and 12 at the mall. Free
fashion seminars will be
held at 12:30 p.m. Fridays
in the mall community
room. There is a luncheon
fee. For details, call the mall
office, 353-4111. Mall hours
are 10 a.m.-9 p.m. daily and
noon-5 p.m. Sundays.

BEA GREENBLATT,

former Detroiter of Florida,
has been appointed to the
Environ Towers con-
dominium community sales
staff in Inverrary, Fla.


LARRY GREENBERG
AND STUART ALTER,

district agents for the Ber-
nard Alter Agency of
Lutheran Mutual Life In-
surance Co., attended the
company's leaders confer-
ence last month in Florida.



DEAN
WITTER
REYNOLDS, INC., will

RAY EPSTEIN, owner
of Ray and Ida's boutiques
in Southfield and Oak Park,
has been chosen the winner
of the Michigan Chapter of
the National Association of

host a presentation on re-
tirement plans 7:30 p.m.
May 16 at Somerset Inn. For
information and reserva-
tions, call Diane Simms,
644-5800.



iknancial class in Windsor

The annual study Semi-
nar for Financial Analysts
will be held Sunday through
May 12 at the University of
Windsor.

The seminar is designed
to help portfolio managers,
securities analysts and in-
vestment advisers pass
their professional examina-

tions for the CFA — Char-
tered Financial Analyst —
designation.
There also will be a 2 1 .
day general refresher for
persons needing more in
formation about investing.
For information, contact
Dr. Edward Rosenbaum,
seminar director, 963-6112
or 357-0575.

BAR MITZVAHS

Delivered

IRVING _
TASCO"

661-9065

AND ALL
OCCASIONS

352-3270

mum's the word...

Just arrived! Our beautiful
Silk Mum-Plants are the
perfect gift for Mother's Day!
Or, choose from our fabulous
selection of gift items she will
always treasure.
For fine furniture and
accessories . . . always 20%
off . . . visit Sherwood.

Complimentary gift wrapping.

sherwaDd studios

TelTwelve-Mall
12 Mile Telegraph-8outh field
Daily 10-9, 8unday 12-5
354-9060

BUSINESS

Shelly Jackier
A Detroit study mission
to Bar-Ilan University will
leave from Detroit on July
25 and return on Aug. 5,
announces Shelly Jackier,
coordinator of the "Bar-Ilan
on. Wheels" program.
Cost of the trip will in-
clude in-depth visits to
Bar-Ilan University, tours
of the country, accommoda-
tions in deluxe five-star
hotels.
Reservations are limited.
For information, call Mrs.
Jackier, 661-1948; or the
Bar-Ilan University office,
398-7180.

Bloodmobiles
seek donors

The Southeastern Michi-
gan Region of the American
Red Cross will be accepting
donations at a number of
area locations next week.
Red Cross Bloodmobiles
will be parked at Temple
Emanu-El in Oak Park
from 5 to 10 p.m. Monday
and Tuesday and at Oak
Park High School from 9
a.m. to 3 p.m. on Thursday.
For information or to
make an appointment, call
the Red Cross, 833-4440.

73

FULL COLOR

IAMWAY PRODUCTS

Doug Ross will address
Bar-Ilan women's event

Friday, May 4, 198

Visit
Birmingham,
Switzerland.
Swiss

For the First International

Watch Festival.

OVER 5 MILLION
DOLLARS OF SWISS
WATCHES ON SALE.
ONE DAY ONLY:
SATURDAY, MAY 5,
10:00 A.M.-5:00 P.M.
ONLY AT DAVID
WACHLER & SONS.

It's the First Inter-
national Swiss Watch
Festival one-day only
sale. An outstanding
collection of the world's
finest watches at values
never presented before.
Come in and choose the
perfect watch for Mother's Day, Father's Day,
graduation, birthday or anniversary.

David
Wachter & Sons
THE FAMILY OF AWARD-WINNING

JEWELRY DESIGNERS.

Certified gemologists • Members of the American Gem Society
100 S. Woodward (corner of Maple)
Birmingham, MI (313) 540-4622

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