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March 17, 1989 - Image 91

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-03-17

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SPORTS
FANtasy
DANCE

Sunday, April 2, 1989 - 7:30 p.m.

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The senior adult depart-
ment at the Jimmy Prentis
Morris Building seeks musi-
cians to join the Wednesday
afternoon, social musical
ensemble.
Persons who play the piano,
drums, bass, saxaphone,
trumpet or guitar should
come to Jaffe Hall on Wednes-
day at 1:30 p.m. or call Judy
Blustein, 967-4030, for
information.

Temple Israel

Tuesday, April 4, 1989, 8:00 A.M.-5:00 P.M.

Advance reservation by March 25

SHERATON OAKS HOTEL
27000 SHERATON DRIVE
NOVI, MICHIGAN 48050

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Members: Advance reservations .. . $8.00
$10.00
at door
Non-Members: Advance reservations $10.00
$12.00
At door

Dress Code . . . Casual

For information call:
Sabra Shekter
Bernyce Heller

The next meeting for the
Jewish War Veterans Silver-
man Post will be on Sunday
at 9 a.m. at the Jewish War
Veterans Memorial Home in
Southfield. There will e an
election of officers..
Breakfast will be served,

Post, Auxiliary
To Have Lunch

The Sol Yetz-Morris Cohen
Post and Auxiliary will meet
for lunch on March 25 at
12:30 p.m. at the MCL
Cafeteria. Plans for a service
date at the Northland Nurs-
ing Home in April will be
discussed.

The Conference is Co-sponsored by:

Government of Israel Trade Center and Investment
Offices, New York
Israel-American Chamber of Commerce of Tel Aviv
Israel Export Institute, Tel Aviv

In Co-operation with:

353-6247
355.1533

Make check payable to:
Singles Extension Group
Mail to: P.O.Box 771
Southfield, MI 48073-0771

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Michigan Department of Commerce
United States Department of Commerce
College of Engineering and Special Projects Division,
Great Lakes T.A.A.C., Technology Transfer —
University of Michigan
Michigan Biotechnology Institute
Industrial Technology Institute
Michigan Technology Council
Engineering Society of Detroit

Target Participants

• Small, Mid and Large corporations
• Researchers, Technical Experts, and Marketing
Specialists

Auxiliary Has
Election Meeting

JWV Post
Sets Elections

TECHNOLOGY AND PRODUCT
COMMERCIALIZATION
CONFERENCE

Live Music

JWV

Charles Shaprio Auxiliary
will have an election meeting
on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. at
King Lim's Garden
Restaurant, 26196 Green-
field, Oak Park.
For required reservations,
call Frieda Sherman,
542-6826; or Rita Blase,
557-7072.

Sponsors

"The Cutting Edge . . . One Step Beyond Your
Company and Israel for Business and Profit Today!"



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Center Has
Activity Days

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5720 Walnut Lake Road
West Bloomfield

Wine • Refreshments • Dessert

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The Jewish Community
Center of Metropolitan
Detroit, Jimmy Prentis Mor-
ris Building, will present
"School's Out; JPM Center's
In," four days of activities, in-
cluding: Hawaiian Afternoon
Delight; Maccabi Games Day;
Israeli Masada Expedition;
and a trip to the matzah fac-
tory. The session runs from
noon to 3 p.m., March 27-30.
For information, call Ada
Bandalene or Linda Levin in
the physical education
department, 967-4030.

(50 and over)

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Senior Group
Seeks Musicians

LOCAL NEWS

Singles Extension Group

AMERICAN ISRAEL
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MICHIGAN
AMERICAN ISRAEL

Technology Focus:

Always

20% OFF

A large selection of
handbags, jewelry, wallets,
small accessories, etc.

32930 Middlebelt (at 14 Mile)
Farmington Hills • Broadway Plaza
Mon.-Sat. 10-530
626-8068

The Bright Idea:

Give a Gift Subscription

• Advanced Electronics and Optics Technology
(machine vision, sensors, robotics, and digitizing/
image processing)
• Biotechnology
• Computer Hardware, Software and
Telecommunications
• Industrial Tooling and Machinery, Metals
• Medical Technology (diagnostic instrumentation,
equipment and supplies)

Program:
• Plenary Session: Government incentives (tax,

legal, financial) offered by Michigan and Israel
• Focused Seminars: Presentations by Israeli companies
of their new technologies in your area of
specialization
• Individual Appointments: Opportunity to pursue a
technology of potential compatibility on a one-to-
one basis with an Israeli company

Conference Fee:

$150 per person (Includes registration, conference
materials, lunch and cocktail reception.)

Registration and further information contact:

THE JEWISH NEWS

American-Israel Chamber of Commerce
(313) 661-1948

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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