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December 14, 1984 - Image 82

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-12-14

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Friday, December 14, 1984 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

VITALITY SHOP
50% OFF Thompson Vitamins

TALLY HALL MALL

Starting Nov. 30

BUSINESS

855-4895

Orchard Lk. and 14 Mile

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FILA • ELLESSE • DESENTE
SERGIO TACCHINI • ULTRASPORT
ADIDAS • HEAD • TFM

Cozy Warm-ups
for everyone on your list!
Make your selections now and
let TENNIS TIME gift wrap free!

Holiday Hours - Staffing Monday, Dec 17
Open 'til 9 at night
Sunday, December 23 - noon 'til 5

S.E. Corner Maple & Lahser, Birmingham

'the Perfect OPackage...

with all the extes included free







Free Aerobics
Indoor Jogging Track
Free Indoor Pool
Saunas • Whirlpools
Free Nautilus & Universal
Equipment • Free Towels
• Personal Friendly Service
• Restaurant, Lounge & More

LARRY GREENBERG, district
agent for the Lutheran Mutual
Life Insurance Co., has surpassed
the $2 million mark in life insur-
ance sales this year. This is the
third year that Greenberg, an
associate of the Bernard Alter
Agency of Farmington Hills, has
exceeded the $2 million figure for
Lutheran Mutual Life. Greenberg
joined the company in 1981.

ORCHARD MALL will present
a performance of ballet, jazz and
breakdancing at 3 p.m. Saturday
at the mall. The performance will
be presented by Julie Marie's Art
of Dance. Euni Rose will appear as
Mary Poppins, in a program of
Walt Disney songs at 12:30 p.m.
Saturday at the mall.

SOMERSET INN, in conjunc-
tion with WXYT-AM and
Leonard Bros. Moving and Stor-
age Co., will sponsor canned food
drive through Thursday, benefitt-
ing The Food Bank of Oakland
County. A 30 ft. truck will be at
the Somerset Inn to store the can-
ned goods collected during the
drive.

LENORE GOROSH has been
promoted to regional manager,
nuclear medicine division, for the
Midwest area of Elscint Inc., the
Israel-based medical imaging and
computer company.

DANIEL REDSTONE, AIA, be-
came the job captain, construction
manager and principal-in-charge
of the Detroit Chapter, American

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includes:






UNITED SAVINGS AND
LOAN has acquired Mortgage
One Inc., it was announced by De-
nnis B. Deutsch, president of
United Savings. The acquisition
will become a part of United Sav-
ings wholly owned subsidiary,
USL Mortgage Co.

• Pools
• Tennis
Beach
Volleyball
Jogging Track
Putting Green

Institute of Architects when he
assumed the presidency of the 800
member professional organiza-
tion last month. He is vice
president and treasurer of Louis
G. Redstone Associates.

HERBERT LAWSON, INC.,
announces Phase II of its Walnut
Hills Condominiums will begin
construction soon. The complex is
located west of Drake Road south
of Walnut Lake Road in West
Bloomfield. Three models are
available: two one-story ranch
types and two-story colonial. The
models are open noon-5 p.m. daily
and weekends, except Thursdays.
The firm has just acquired Fox-
pointe Condominiums in West
Bloomfield from Highland Con-
struction Co. ,

ACCOUNTANTS GUILD will
have a meeting at 6 p.m. Monday
at Jacques. Gary Leeman will
speak on "Management Advisory
Services — Current State of Af-
fairs." The program qualifies for
two CPE credits. Members have a
choice of a meat or fish dinner. For
reservations and choice of dinner,
call the guild, 559-1919. There is a
charge.

TAMARA INSTITUTE DE
BEAUTE, 32488 Northwestern
Highway, near 14 Mile Rd., will
present special packages for
Chanukah. One package, Tam-
ara's Day of Pampering, includes
skin consultation, facial, neck-
firming treatment, one-hour
therapeutic body massage, bio-
sauna, hot oil manicure, pedicure
with foot treatment, eyebrow
arch, makeup application and
light lunch. Complete price for his
package is $135.
Customers can create their own
beauty packages from $9 to $135.
CalL Tamara Institute de Beaute,
855-0474, for appointment.

LOCAL NEWS

Dow gives $1 million
for transplant education

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HAMILTON
PLACE
ATHLETIC & SOCIAL CLUB

30333 Southfield Rd.
(Between 12 8,13 Mile Rds.)

The American Council on
Transplantation has been
awarded a $1 million grant from
the Dow Chemical Co. to establish
a national education program on
organ donation and transplanta-
tion.
Former Detroiter Dr. Gary
Friedlaender of Yale University
is president of the council, which
he helped found last year. Dr.
Friedlaender said that the organ-
ization's goal is to increase the
American public's understanding
of transplantation and to show
persons "how they can get person-
ally involved to improve or pro-
long another person's life."Dr.
Friedlaender is professor and
chief of orthopedic surgery at Yale
Univesity School of Medicine. He
is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Alex S.
Friedlaender of Huntington
Woods: r

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