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January 22, 1982 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-01-22

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38. Friday, January 22, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS.

International Alpha Omega Elects
Detroiter Dr. Shipko as President

MANY THANKS

to our family and friends for all their good wishes,
cards, calls, contributions and concern on Joe's
recent surgery.

Detroiter Dr. Leo Shipko,
an orthodontist, was elected
international president of
the Alpha Omega Dental
Frances and Joe Cohen
Fraternity at its recent con-
vention in Atlanta, Ga. The
fraternity is celebrating its
75th anniversary.
The winter's long and dreery;
The Detroit Alumni
The nights are cold and eerie.
Chapter will honor Dr.
V But inside all is bright and gay,
Shipko with a testimonial
When you serve your FARM MAID Every Day! • dinner 8:30 p.m. Saturday
.
. at Temple Israel. Chairmen
.
are Drs. Jack Lawson and
•-• Gerald Michael.
.
Dr. Shipko is a teacher, .
lecturer and assistant pro-
fessor at the University of
DR. LEO SHIP-KO
Detroit School of Dentistry.
.
171't
He received his dental de- following post-graduate
. gree and Master of Science training in orthodontics at
9
U-D. As a student, he was
Make every meal a Kosher one, with
• _ Dr. Rottenberg
.
recipient of the Children's
our peerless Kosher pure dairy products! • .
.
Dentistry Award, Alpha
Named
to
Post
.
Made fresh daily in Detroit, under super-
Omega's Junior Schol-
The Rehabilitation Insti- arship and Undergraduate
vision of Rabbi Jack Goldman of the Metro
V tute in the Detroit Medical Awards and a special cita-
Kashruth Council of Michigan
.
Center announces the ap- tion from his under-
4................ pointment of Dr. Mark F. graduate chapter for out-
Rottenberg as head of a new standing - service as
Musculoskeletal Disorder president.
Under Supervision of
Service.
The Council of Orthodox Rabbis
The new service is part of
the Wayne State University
School of Medicine Depart-
Milton Frieman of
13831 W. 9 Mile Rd., Oak Park 543-7092
ment of Physical Medicine Chatsworth, Calif., is seek-
and Rehabilitation.
ing the whereabouts of an
OPEN FRIDAY TIL 4:00
Dr. Rottenberg is alsodi- uncle, Nathan Verlin,
rector of Rehabilitation whose last known address
Fruit, Vegetable and
Medicine, Physical was 2212 Glynn Ct., De:
Medicine and Neuromuscu- troit.
Delicatessen
lar Electrodiagnosis at the
Verlin's- wife was Marian
AT GREAT PRICES
Arthritis Center of South- (Mickey) and they had a
field.
son, Marvin Alan, who was
$1.69 lb.
In addition, he teaches at a year old in 1945.
CHUCK ROAST
the Wayne State University
Nathan and his brother
$2 49 lb. -
School of Medicine and Louis were the sons of
SHOULDER ROAST
serves as a member of the Moishe Volf and Basi
$2 49 lb.
FLANKER
Committee on Patient Serv- Satinofsky of Zashkov, Rus-
ices and Education for the sia. Their parents were kil-
lb.
Extra Lean GROUND CHUCK . .$1 .59
Michigan Arthritis Found- led during the Bolshevik
ation.
Revolution. Nathan was
29c lb.
DELICIOUS APPLES
An acconiplished author, brought to the U.S. by his
Dr.
Rottenberg
is
a
diplo-
29c lb.
grandfather, Hershel
BANANAS
mate of the American Board Satinofsky, and his named
of Physical Medicine and was changed to Verlin.
49c lb.
TOMATOES
Rehabilitation and a
Louis was brought by his
member of the Michigan grandfather surnamed
All Beef Very Reasonably Priced
Rheumatism Society.
Friman and his name be-
came Frieman. They ar-
rived in the .U.S. in May
1922 on the Krunland from

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91311, (213) 349-3334.

tion held in Detroit.
As international editor of
the "Alpha Omegan," he
was the recipient of a spe-
cial citation of excellence
from the Council on Jour-
nalism, American Dental
Association. Dr. Shipko is a
member of the Great Lakes
Society of Orthodontists
and was selected as a fellow
in the International College"'
of Dentists.

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Radomer Mutual Society
of Detroit will hold its an-
nual Yizkor meeting 8 p.m.
Sunday at _ Cong. Bnai
David.
Marking the,39th an-
niversary of the destruction
of the Jewish community of
Radom, the society will pay
tribute to the victims of the
Holocaust.
Rabbi Herbert Eskin will
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Dr. Shipko has served
as president of U-D's
Dental Alumni Associa-
tion, Century Club and
founding president of the
Orthodontic Society. He
has been awarded a spe-
cial trustee citation,
recognition at the 40th
anniversary and selected
as a Centennial Honoree
for 25 years of dedication
and leadership. In 1980,
he was honored by the
dental school as "Alum-
nus of the Year."
,In Alpha Omega, Dr.
Shipko has served as
president of the Detroit
Alumni Chapter; Regent;
secretary, Tribute Fund and
"100 Club" chairman of the
Alpha Omega Foundation;
co-chairman of the Interna-
tional Alpha Omega Israel
Bond Committee; and
chairman of the Israeli Rus-
sian Dental Retraining
Project.
In 1966, he was marshal
of the international conven-

.

Greater Detroit Chapter,
Hadassah, will conduct an
education update on con-
temporary issues 9:30 a.m.
Tuesday at the Farmington
Hills Library, 32737 W. 12
Mile, Farmington Hills.
Geri Levit will conduct a
discussion of current
events. The public is invited
free of charge.

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