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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-09-07

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Friday, September 7, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

67

ACT-SAT Testing

BNAI BRITH

Thinking about taking the ACT or SAT test? Indi-
vidualized instruction is now available so you can
improve your score.

Call 398-0116 after 4 P.M.

Also tutoring in all subjects (your home)

MORGENTHAU CHAPTER
will have a luncheon meeting
noon Sept. 19 at the LaMed Au-
ditorium in the main United He-
brew Schools building. President
Norman Gorosh and Program
Chairman Helen Braverman an-
nounce a fashion show will follow.
There is a charge, and guests are
invited. For required reserva-
tions, call Mary Bieman, 557-
2513; Ester Rosenthal, 352-6633;
or Seema Shaw, 557-2472.

DETROIT CHAPTER will have
a gourmet luncheon for paid-up
members at noon Wednesday in
the Laurel Woods Apts. club
house. Guests are invited. Eadie
Albion will be the guest speaker,
and a fashion show will follow.
For reservations, call Ethel Kan-
tor Kort, 355-4594; or Gussie
Zuckerstein, 355-4072.

LOUIS MARSHALL - SUB-
URBAN LODGE AND LOUIS
MARSHALL CHAPTER will
hold a joint program meeting at
7:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Zionist
Cultural Center. Guests are wel-
come. Esther Tarnoff Cooper of
the Detroit Institute of Arts'
speakers bureau will give a slide
presentation on "Jewish Art — Its
Roots and Rituals." Refreshments
will be served. For information,
call Eileen Israel, 968-0569; or
Oscar Cook, 968-3191.

IVAN S. BLOCH CHAPTER
will have a meeting on Thursday
at 8 p.m. at Country Corners Apts.
club house. A musical revue will
be presented. For information,
call Charlotte Waxer, program
chairman, 355-4153.

HUNTINGTON WOODS
CHAPTER will have a board
meeting 8 p.m. Monday in the
home of Helen Phillips Golden-
berg, 10065 Hart, Huntington
Woods. Refreshments will be
served. Plans for the coming year
will be discussed. Members who
plan to attend should call Ms.
Goldenberg, 541-2972.

SOLOVICH
FRANCES
CHAPTER will hold a board and
general meeting at 8 p.m. Monday
in the home of Lorraine Newman,
31037 North Park Dr., Far-
mington Hills. Jeannie Weiner of

B'nai B'rith
plans blood drive

B'nai B'rith Men's Council and
the B'nai B'rith Women's Council
of Metropolitan Detroit will spon-
sor a blood bank drive on Monday
and Tuesday from 5 to 9:30 p.m. at
Temple Emanu-El.
For information, call Diana or
Charles Blauer, chairmen, 968-
2153.

B'nai B'rith Women and the
Soviet Jewry Committee of the
Jewish Community Council of
Metropolitan Detroit will present
a lecture-slide presentation on
her recent visit to the Soviet
Union entitled, "Close Encounter
With Soviet Refuseniks." Guests
are welcome, and refreshments
will be served. For information,
contact Mrs. Newman, 661-4773;

or Lorene Rosner, 553-7658.

PISGAH CHAPTER will meet
noon Monday in the Charter
House Apts. club room. Petite
luncheon will be served, and a
program< is planned. Laura Co-
hen, president, invites friends.
For reservations call Ann Klee,
967-0276; or Sarah Levine, 569-
4624.

MITCHELL KLEIN, D.D.S.

and

DOUGLAS PEEBLES, D.D.S.

`Men of Vision' honored
at B'nai B'rith dinner

The B'nai B'rith Foundation
Youth Services Appeal Campaign
kick-off dinner on Tuesday will
recognize the 140th birthday of
B'nai B'rith by honoring the 1984
Men of Vision in the metropolitan
Detroit area.
Joseph Cutler, Dr. Howard L.
Dubin, Hyman B. Gordon, Harold
Jaffa, Irving Pitt, Sidney
Schwartz, Irving Siegel and Er-
nest M. Solomon will be presented
with the award by Nathan D.
Rubenstein, dinner chairman.
B'nai B'rith has created an in-
ternational network of youth
services. In the United States, for
the young teenagers, the B'nai
B'rith Youth Organization —
A.Z.A and B.B.G. — is a source for
developing leadership skills,
community awareness and a
sense of commitment and a

knowledge of heritage.
In Israel, Naar L'noar — Youth
to Youth, offers the Israeli teena-
gers the same opportunities. On
the college campus, the Hillel
Foundations offer the Jewish col-
lege student a place to congregate,
worship together at High Holiday
services when they are unable to
travel home or participate in a
Pesach meal.
Within the state of Michigan
there are Hillel Foundations at
Wayne State University, Michi-
gan State University and the
University of Michigan. Western
Michigan University and Oak-
land University have Hillel coun-
selorships.
For information and dinner
reservations, contact the B'nai
B'rith• Foundation office, 552-
8070.

BUSINESS

The mall will feature fashion
MARGOT'S EUROPEAN FA-
shows at 12:30 p.m. daily in the
CIAL STUDIO has opened at 280
community room. A series of
North Woodward, Suite LL4, the
workshops for women will be held
Great American Building, Bir-
at 12:30 p.m. Fridays, beginning
mingham. Services offered are:
today, in the community room,
European facials for men, women
and teens; deep pore cleansing; . and at 7 p.m. Thursday and Sept.
20. For details, call the mall office,
body massages; body toning; arm,
353-4111.
leg and bikini waxing; manicures;
pedicures; collagen treatments;
cellulite treatments; eyelash and
eyebrow tinting; eyebrow arch;
make-up design and instruction.

,,

Are pleased to announce they are
assuming the practice of

Joseph L. Mangen, D.D.S.

5651 W. Maple, West Bloomfield

851-2980
FAMILY DENTISTRY

0' No fee for consultation • New Patients "el come

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CLASSICAL MUSIC: SCHOOL

SOUTHFIELD • HUNTINGTON WOODS
• OAK PARK
• BIRMINGHAM

• European Music Curriculum
• Teachers Graduated From the Finest European and
American Conservatories and Schools of Music
• Distinguished faculty of artist-teachers
• Concert privileges
• Certificate programs
• Private lessons on all instruments: piano, strings, wood-
winds, reeds, brass and percussion
• Classes in Music, Theory, Solfeggio, Music History, Music
Literature, Children's Choir and Ensemble

SPECIAL ATTENTION TO BEGINNERS AND
STUDENTS WITH SUZUKI AND ORFF EXPERIENCE.

From $9.00 per 1/2 hr. instructions
• SEPTEMBER 15th
OPEN HOUSE

For Details and Enrollment Call
(ans) 545-0204
542-7495

LOCAL NEWS

COSMETICIANS MARY AND
ROBERT GLANCZ exhibited
their cosmetic-skin care products
at the recent Comite Interna-
tional D'esthetique de Cos-
metologie conference hr New
York City. They are currently
manufacturing a special line of
cosmetics and skin care products
for Israel.

Wins appointment

INTERNATIONAL JEWELRY
EXCHANGE will mark its first
anniversary Monday through
Sept. 15. A "midnight madness"
event will take place Thursday,
and refreshments will be served
free of charge. The International
Jewelry Exchange is located in
the Southfield Plaza, Southfield
Road and 121/2 Mile Road.

Sol Lefton of Centennial Lodge
has been appointed the Metropoli-
tan Detroit B'nai B'rith Council
representative to the board of di-
rectors of the Anti-Defamation
League.

TEL-12 MALL will hold the
Southeastern Michigan Dahlia
Society's annual dahlia show on
Saturday and Sunday. Hours are
10 a.m.-9 p.m. Saturday and
noon-5 p.m. Sunday.

MERICAN EXHAUST SYSTEMS INC.

Parkinson's
groups to meet

Two new support groups for
Parkinson's Disease patients,
families and friends are begin-
ning.
One support group will meet at
2 p.m. on the second Tuesday of
every month, beginning this
Tuesday in the West Conference
Room of Sinai Hospital of Detroit.
For information on the Sinai
group, call Phyllis Paysner, 493-
5200.
Southfield's McDonnell Tower,
24350 Civic Center Dr., is hosting
theother new support group, at 7
p.m., on the third Wednesday of
every month. For information on
the group, organized by Judith
and Leonard Bensky and Eva
Stein, call Deborah Orloff, 494-
8983.
Membership in both groups is
free.

Oak Park, MI 48231

(Corner Greenfield)

Mon.-Sat. 8 a.m.-8 p.m.; Sun. 1 . 0 a.m.-3 p.m.

15441 W. 9 Mile Rd.

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