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May 31, 1985 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-05-31

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS •

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CLIPPERY

In conjunction with the
1985 Maccabiah Games in Israel

Expert care for hair pieces
Tuesday-Saturday 9-5
(new clients only)
Call for appointment
19011 W. 10 Mile at Santa Barbara, Sfld.
Evening house Wed. & Thurs.

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Weizmann Forum
To Hear Scientist

$4

OFF
ANY SERVICE

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IN ISRAEL

353-2890

DESIGNS IN DECORATOR
LAMINATES

6 weeks of intensive touring, exploring Jewish roots, exciting
cultural and learning activities, fun and sports training.
9 different programs for High School and College age youth:

TEENAGE CAMP • LEADERSHIP TRAINING
KIBBUTZ PROGRAM • INSTITUTE FOR SPORTS
STUDENT TOUR • COLLEGE SEMINAR
BAR/BAT MITZVAH PROGRAM

For High Quality Formica
Always At A Great Discount
SPECIALIZING IN

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• credenzas • bedroom
• desks
• wall units • shelves
groupings

ALSO SPECIALIZING IN

Friday, May 31, 1985

Co-educational programs including Guided Tours, Hiking, Folk Dancing,
Conversational Hebrew and Seminars, Kosher Food, Medical Facilities.

• woods • glass. • metals • lucites

IT DOESN'T HAVE TO COST A
FORTUNE ... ONLY LOOK LIKE' IT!
CALL LOIS 851-6989

Scholarships available. Phone 569-1515
for information and brochure.

ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA

18451 West 10 Mile, Southfield
Michigan 48075

Dr. David Danon

Dr. David Danon, chief scien-
tist of the Israel Health Minis-
try, will be the guest speaker at
a Weizmann Science Forum 7:30
p.m. June 25 at the Bloomfield
Township home of Norman and
Susan Pappas. The forum is
being sponsored by the Detroit
Board of Directors of the Ameri-
can Committee for the Weis-
mann Institute of Science in
Rehovot, Israel.
Dr. Danon will address the
topic, "Biology of Aging for
Non-Biologsts."
In addition to his government
post, Dr. Danon is head of the
Meller Center for the Biology of
Aging and holds the Patrick E.
Gorman Chair of Biological
Ultra-structure at the Weiz-
mann Institute.
For information on the forum,
contact Edie Mittenthal, 569-
7275.

Unforgettably
Affordable
Summer Sal

Boy Needs
Transplant

Attorney Arthur Weiss and
his wife Gayle of Southfield
have searched all over the
world, looking in blook banks
and testing volunteers to find a
person whose tissue type
matches their son's, Brandon.
The 22-month-old boy is suf-
fering from aplastic anemia, a
fatal blood disease which pre-
vents Brandon's bone marrow
from producing enough white
and red blood cells or platelets.
Originally, the Weisses were
told that there was no hope for
Brandon. But, with the help of
Julie DiLaura, Weiss' secretary,
they have organized efforts to
look for a donor who can give
Brandon a bone marrow trans-
plant. According to John
Mouradian, Weiss' associate,
they began to feel that they
would "eventually find a
match."
So far, the Weisses have re-
ceived help from. Detroit Edison
employees and Jackson Prison.
But, there is only a one-in-
10,000 chance that any volun-
teer will match Brandon's tissue
type.
The bone marrow transplant
is a very simple operation for
the donor. Volunteers are in
desperate need, but if enough
people are tested someone will
be found. "There are people who
will match," says Mouradian.
To volunteer, call Julie Di-
laura, 855-5888, to make an ap-
pointment to get tested.

Indulge yourself.
There's no better time than now

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