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June 24, 1983 - Image 36

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36 Friday, June 24, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Women's Clubs

M LTER

GREATER DETROIT
CHAPTER, Brandeis Uni-
versity National Women's
Committee, installed Mrs.
Harris Crane as president
at its recent installation
meeting. Other officers are:
Mesdames Lionel Finkels-
tein, Michael Zonder, Sid-
ney Imerman and Morris

OF HARVARD ROW

Designers of Fine Furs
Complete Fur Service

11 MILE & LAHSER
Phone: 358-0850

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NEW HOURS

NEW HOUIIN,

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Baker, vice presidents;
George Roberts, treasurer;
and Saul Kaplan, William
Harris and Charles Rosen,
secretaries.
* * *
NORTHWEST CHILD
RESCUE WOMEN will
have their annual installa-
tion and luncheon noon July
7 at the Southfield Ramada
Hotel. Fay Ziegler is chair-
man. Officers to be installed

ewe ter

Early
Deadlines

SELECTED JEWELRY

The Jewish News has
early deadlines of noon
Friday, July 1 for local
news, and 4 p.m. Friday,
July 1 for display adver-
tising, to appear in the
issue of July 8.

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LI 7-5068

Near Post Office

OPEN WED. CLOSED SAT.

5 lbs. of MATZO
if I can't beat your best deal

MARGOLIS

13703 W. McNichols

1 block West of Schaefer

342-5351

FURNITURE

Mon.-Sat. 9:30 to 5

37 YEARS

at the same old stand

ARNOLD MARGOLIS

SHARPENING THE PENCIL
ON ALL NAME BRAND
FURNITURE & BEDDING

1 /2

OFF on SEALY POSTUREPEDIC

(Special Discounts On ALL Special Orders)

TO NAME A FEW:

I

SEALY * SIMMONS * LA-Z-BOY * STIFFEL LAMPS * KROEHLER

* BURLINGTON * BASSETT * BARCALOUNGER * LANE

UNIQUE * FLEXSTEEL * SINGER * SELIG

IS EXPLODING

WITH A
PRE-4th OF JULY SALE

FRI., SAT. & MON., JUNE 24, 25 & 27

applegate square •

354- 1 242

29991 northwestern • southfield

monday thru saturday 70-5:30* thursday 10 - 8

A Sinai Hospital of De- patients.
troit gynecologist is
The procedure, developed
evaluating a procedure
by Dr. Lichten for patients
aimed at treating women whose incapacitating
who suffer from chronic, menstrual pain did not re-
sometimes debilitating, spond to other treatment,
menstrual pain (dys-
uses a laparoscope to sever
menorrhea) that has not re-
the appropriate nerves to
sponded to other standard
the uterus.
treatments including oral
The laparoscope, a tube-
contraceptives and anti- shaped viewing and surgi-
inflammatory agents.
cal instrument, is inserted
Dr. Edward M. Lichten into the abdomen through a
reports that the outpatient 1/2-inch incision below the
procedure, Laparoscopic navel, and as the nerve
Uterine Nerve - Ablation tracts running to the uterus
(LUNA), has relieved dys- are identified, they are se-
menorrhea symptoms in vered.
isolated patients.
When questioned about
"To date, these women possible side effects, Dr.
have had permanent relief Lichten, an assistant clini-
of menstrual cramps, cal professor at Wayne
nausea, vomiting and bac- State University School of
kache, and no woman has Medicine, said women who
experienced any change in have undergone the proce-
bowel, bladder or sexual dure may experience a
sensation," Dr. Lichten nearly pain-free first stage
said.
of labor.
The study plan is to
Women wanting informa-
have an independent ob.-- tion on becoming study sub-
server evualuate pain re- jects should call Dr.
lief in a larger group of Lichten, 357-2690.

are:
Sarah
Deitch,
president; Sally Victor,
Zelda Kay, vice presidents;
Tillie Sherman, Mary
Trager, Faye Lafer, Han-
nah Foreman, Betty
Brecher, Gertrude Cohen,
secretaries; and Nancy
Adelman Kolar, treasurer.
For reservations, call Ms.
Ziegler, 626-5679; or Ms.
Kay, 352-5134.
** *
SHARONA CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women/
Naamat, will have a board
meeting 8 p.m. Thursday in
the home of Esther Kaber,
14161 Ludlow Pl., Oak
Park. For details, call Mrs.
Kaber, 398-5888.
** *
CLUB TWO, Pioneer
Women/Naamat, will meet
11:30 a.m. Monday in the
Kristen Towers, 25900
Greenfield, Suite 205E, Oak
Park. Council Executive
Vice President Jackye
Drapkin will show slides
from Israel. Reservations
for spiritual adoption will
be accepted. For informa-
tion, call Jeanette Serling,
president, 968-8518.
* * * •
CLUB ONE, Pioneer
Women/Naamat, will meet
noon Tuesday at the Kris-
ten Towers, 25900 Green-
field, Suite 205E, Oak Park.
President Chana Michlin
will give her annual report
and there will be a discus-
sion of the new year's activi-
ties. Brunch will be served.
For information, call Mrs.
Michlin, 968-5351.
** *
OAK PARK NSHEI
CHABAD STUDY
GROUP (10 Mile area) will
meet 4 p.m. Saturday in the
home of Mrs. Yerachmiel
Rabin, 25320 Montniartre
Ct. N., Apt. 2. Rabbi Rabin
will speak.

Phyllis Strome has been
appointed field consultant
for the Greater Detroit
Council, Pioneer Women/
Naamat.
Ms. Strome will work
with Council President Lee
Wagman to help organize
and direct special interest
women's chapters. Among
the special interest groups
in the planning stages are a
professional women's
group, a singles group, eve-
ning groups for women with
young children and a group
for women new to the De-
troit area.
Women interested in
chartering a specialized
chapter should call Ms.

Israelis Join
Camping Staff

Irene Rodman to Be Installed
as Primrose Club President

The Fresh Air Society's
resident camps, Camp
Tamarack, near Brighton,
and Camp Maas, near Or-
tonville, will host 15 Israeli
counselors this summer,
announces Michael Zaks,
executive director of the
FAS.
All of the prospective
counselors have completed
their military service in Is-
• rael and have had experi-
ence working with youth.
Families are being sought
to host the Israelis on their
days off from their camp
duties. For details, call
Zaks, 661-0600.

Free Jazz
Concert in Park

Does Not Apply To Previous Purchases

Treatment for Menstrual Pain
Studied at Sinai. Hospital

Oak Park's "Music in the
Park" concert series will
feature the Austin Moro
jazz band 7:30 p.m. Tuesday
in Shepherd Park, located
at Northfield and Church.
Spectators may bring
their own lawn chairs to the
free concert. In case of rain,
the concert will be held in
the Oak Park High School
auditorium.

Phyllis Strome Takes Post
as Pioneer Women Consultant

or

PHYLLIS STROME

Strome, 967-3257 daily or
626-4729 evenings.

Irene Rodman will be in-
stalled as president of the
Primrose Benevolent Club
at a noon luncheon Tuesday
at Southfield Charley's.
Donna Sklar will be the
installing officer. Mollie
Weisman will give the in-
vocation.
For reservations, call Ceil
Mager, 557-5466.
The organization will
celebrate its 52nd an-

Women Named
by Red Cross

Three Detroit area
women who are active in the
Jewish community were re-
cently honored by the
Southeastern Michigan
Chapter, American Red
Cross, for volunteer service.
They are: Sylvia Dunitz,
Miriam Foxman and Ruth
Hursche.

Earns Degree

Bruce D. Lowen, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
(Esther) Lowen of South-
field, has graduated from
the National College of
Chiropractic in Lombard,

Ill.

IRENE RODMAN

niversary at a dinner-
dance 6 p.m. July 10 at
the Furniture Club.
For dinner-dance reser-
vations, call Eve Meister,
533-5238.

Doctors Fired

Sinai Hospital of Detroit
may dismiss up to 16 doctors
for failing to purchase
$600,000 coverage malprac-
tice insurance.
Some 14 physicians lost a
suit last week that would
have blocked the hospital
from enforcing purchase of
the coverage. The hospital
gave the doctors until Mon-
day to purchase the insur-
ance .

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