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March 10, 1995 - Image 65

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-03-10

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NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN
Greater Detroit Section

invites you to a

by Felix Cruz

Hearing Aid Specialist

TWO IS BETTER THAN ONE

The mission for singles 25-40
will feature water sports, night
life, mountain climbing, archae-
ological digs, visits to historical
sites and a Shabbat dinner in
Jerusalem.
Stops will include Eilat,
Jerusalem, Lake Kirmerat, Tel
Aviv, Masada, and the Dead
Sea.
Mr. Grossberg was a partici-
pant of the 1994 singles mission.
He is actively involved with the
Jewish Federation's Young
Adult Division outreach and bar
night committees. He also is co-
chairman of the Campaign
thank you party.
Ms. Schwartz also was a past
participant in the 1994 singles
mission. She is part of the YAD
outreach and bar night commit-
tees and is a liaison for the Jew-
ish Community Council. She
also is co-chairman of the YAD
Campaign thank you party.
Ms. Zales is a YAD board
member who attended the sin-
gles mission in 1992. She is the
YAD associate chairman of the
volunteer and outreach com-
mittee.
An information meeting about
the singles mission will be held
at 7 p.m., April 12, in the Max
M. Fisher Building.
For details, call Jenifer Adler
at the Jewish Federation, (810)
642-4260.

Metro Hillel
Activities Set

HMD basketball will be played
Wednesday, March 22, at the
Lawrence Technological Uni-
versity Field House from 9-11
p.m. the Purim Casino Night will
be on Saturday, March 25, from
9:30 p.m. to midnight at Young
Israel of Oak-Woods, 24061
Coolidge between 9 and 10 Mile
Roads. The evening will include
the Magic of Dan Fishman, hoop
shots, blackjack, roulette, and
other Las Vegas staples plus
door prizes and a raffle benefit-
ting the United Jewish Appeal.
For cost information, call the
HMD hotline, (313) 577-8888.
For information on Tri-Trip-
pin' in Israel, contact Miriam
Starkman, (313) 577-3459.
Oakland University Jewish
Students' Organization/Hillel
welcomes the Michigan Jewish
AIDS Coalition on Tuesday,
March 14, at noon in Oakland
Center Meadowbrook Room. The
presentation will focus on
HIV/AIDS issues within the
Jewish Community.
The Michigan/Israel Connec-
tion and the Oakland Commu-
nity College-Orchard Ridge
Jewish Students' Association/
Hillel will have an information
table on Thursday, March 16,
from 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. in
O.C.C.'s J Building across from
the bookstore.

Those who experience a signif-
icant loss of hearing in only one
ear should not deceive themselves
into thinking that good hearing in
the other ear is sufficient. The fact
that sound arrives at each ear at
slightly different times is the basis
for the sense of depth which we
refer to as "stereo" sound. Thus,
people with good hearing in one
ear not only have difficulty in de-
tecting the directon of sound, but
they are deprived of sound's rich-
ness and fullness. In addition, it is
difficult to hear soft conversation
when someone speaks on the
hearing impaired listener's "bad
side" or when the telephone re-
ceiver is pressed against the
"wrong ear." These are reasons

enough to explore the help that a
hearing instrument might provide.
ATTENTION READERS: WE
WANT TO KNOW. During the next
four weeks, we will be evaluating
our service to the public and de-
termining whether or not to con-
tinue writing our weekly column.
Please call me personally at CRUZ
HEARING AID SERVICE, located
at 18899 W. 12 Mile Rd., in Lath-
nap Village, 424-8450, stop me on
the street in town, or let the office
staff know if you enjoy our column,
find it interesting and helpful, and
would like to see it continue.
P.S. Not being able to detect
sound's direction can be a safety
factor in traffic and other situ-
ations.

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