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March 20, 1987 - Image 95

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-03-20

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PERKS FOR YOUR PARTIES!
ENTERTAINMENT?
INVITATIONS?
Seymour Schwartz
H attie
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attie Schwartz
Of Course! 356-8525
Of Course! 352-7387

f STATE FARM INSURANCE

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• 11.1's • 1 MAN BAND • MUSIC • THEME PARTIES
• CARICATURES • MIMES • CLOWNS
• MAGIC • PSYCHICS • HANDWRITING ANALYSIS
• BELLY DANCING • SQUARE DANCING

• Stationery • Place Cords • Napkins
• Coke Boxes • Embossers • Bridal Gifts
• Luggage Togs • Scrolls • Novelty Items
EXPERIENCED PERSONALIZED SERVICE

"I believe in personalized service"

• AUTO • HEALTH
• HOME • COMMERCIAL
• LIFE • IRA'S

SPEECH & LANGUAGE TUTORING

Gayle Katzman, M.A., sp

Israel Encounter
For Young Adults

Young Jewish professionals
are invited to Israel
Encounter '87, a tour of Is-
rael for persons in their 20s
and 30s.
The tour will go to Israel
May 21 to June 7. Partici-
pants will go to Massada,
meet Israeli officials and pr-
ofessionals and visit Eilat.
Because the tour leaves
from Philadelphia, special
events are being planned
linking the bicentennial cele-
bration of the U.S. Constitu-
tion there with the Israel
tour.
To register and for infor-
mation, contact Lou Balcher,
project director, P.O. Box
2552, Philadelphia, PA
19147, (215) 829-0788.

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• Language - Articulation - Stuttering
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• Children and Adults
• Stroke - Closed-Head Injury

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SUNDAY, MARCH 22

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or 4. On Wood Stand for easy display or storage.

3:00 P.M.

Folksinger & Guitarist

Judy
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Game Network
Formed For Singles

Singles are invited to join
the Community Network for
Jewish Singles card and
board game network.
Men and women age 30-40
join for games in private
homes on a rotating basis.
Persons who wish to get in-
volved are requested to com-
plete a questionnaire. Admis-
sion is free.
For details, call Babs Sepe,
661-1000, ext. 347; or Paula
Smith, 543-4990.

Shirman Dies
Of Leukemia

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Michael
Shirman, the leukemia-
suffering immigrant from the
Soviet Union whose sister's
departure from the Soviet
Union to serve as a bone-
marrow transplant donor was
delayed by the Moscow
authorities for a year, died in
the Kaplan Hospital in Re-
hovot March 5.
Shirman, born in a town
near Minsk in 1954, came to
Israel with his mother in
1980. He was found to be suf-
fering from Leukemia 18
months ago and it was estab-
lished that his sister, Inessa
Florova, living in Moscow,
was the only possible compat-
ible marrow doner.
But her application for an
exit permit for her and her
husband was repeatedly re-
jected by the Soviet
authorities for over a year.
The transplant was carried
out two and a half months
ago and doctors said it had
been successful as far as the
actual procedure went. But
they expressed concern that
the marrow transplant might
have been too late to effect a
cure or cause a meaningful
remission of the blood cancer.

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