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July 04, 1986 - Image 60

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-07-04

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Dr. Zvi Bentwich, left, Lois Spector Freeman and Dr. Vainutis
Vaitkevicius meet at the recent Weizmann Institute forum held in the
Freeman home, where Dr. Bentwich spoke on Cancer and AIDS
research at the institute.

HOURS: •
Closed Monday
Tues., Wed., Fri. b Sor.
10 to 5:30
Thursday 10 to 7

Weizmann Institute
Parlor Prelude To Dinner

WERE F IGHTING FOR
YOUR LIFE

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scientist at the Weizmann Insti-
tute in 1981.
Since 1983, he has occupied the
Dr. Phil Gold Career Develop-
ment Chair in cancer research.

Winners of the 29th Annual
LEO KNIGHT PHOTOGRAPHY
"MOST PHOTOGENIC CHILD CONTEST"

Applications
Taken For Camp

1ST PLACE WINNER of $100.00 SAVINGS BOND
Age 3 Year
JEFFREY SCHOSTAK
2ND PLACE WINNER of $50.00 SAVINGS BOND
Age 3 Years
ELIZABETH HAUSER
3RD PLACE WINNER of $25.00 GIFT CERTIFICATE
Age '4 Months
MELANIE CORLIN

Dr. Yair Reisner

Standing: Denise Murphy — Studio Manager and Leo Knight confer with Contest Judges. Seated:

Loretta Lorion — Lorette Lorian's Fine Children's Apparel; Mrs. Ivan Bloch — Attorney; and Tom
Shannon — WMJC Radio.

Winners and Honorable Mention photographs
will be on display at: Manufacturers Bank
located at 13 Mile and Northwestern Hwy. from
July 1, 1986 thru July 15, 1986

26571 West Twelve Mile Road
Southfield

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Friday, July 4, 1986

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

352-7030

The Detroit Committee for the
Weizmann Institute of Science
will have a parlor meeting in ad-
vance of its Sept. 4 dinner at the
Hyatt Regency Hotel, honoring
Florine Mark Ross, on July 14 in
the Birmingham home of David
and Doreen Hermelin.
Guest speaker at the parlor will
be Dr. Yair Reisner, a biophysicist
at the Weizmann Institute. Dr.
Reisner is the bone marrow
transplant specialist who per-
fected the operation that cured
dozens of "bubble children".
He will speak on his recent visit
to Moscow, where he was part of a
team of scientists who treated vic-
tims of the Chernobyl disaster.
Dr. Reisner received the Weiz-
mann Institute's Feinberg
Graduate School Prize in 1977
and was awarded his Ph.D. degree
in 1980. He was appointed senior

Greater Detroit Interfaith
Round Table of the National Con-
ference of Christians and Jews,
Inc., is taking applications for the
Anytown, U.S.A., program to be
held Aug. 17-23 at Camp Cavell,
Lexington, Mich.
Anytown, U.S.A. is a week-long
leadership and human relations
program for high school sopho-
mores, juniors and seniors which
was developed by the NCCJ to
eliminate prejudice and stren-
ghten relations between races,
religions and ethnic groups.
There will be workshops on
leadership, communication, ra-
cial understanding, the
Holocaust, cultural awareness,
parent-youth relations, police-
youth relations, self-image de-
velopment and more.
Deadline for applications is
July 11. For brochure and appli-
cation, call the Round Table,
869-6306.

Concert Band
Performance Due

The Detroit Concert Band,
under the baton of Leonard B.
Smith, will be the featured attrac-
tion for a "Star Spangled South-
field" celebration on Saturday at 8
p.m. at the Southfield Civic Cen-
ter Plaza. Tickets are available at
the Southfield Cultural Arts
office, 354-4717.

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