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March 08, 1985 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-03-08

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38 Friday, March 8, 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

IMINI BUMPING + PAINT

LOCAL NEWS

Lecture Series Slated

PROMPT & EXPERIENCED

SATISFACTION ASSURED

insurance estimates accepted

expert color match, foreign & American

TOWING & RENTAL CARS AVAILABLE

La
Salle Body
Inc.
28829 Orchard Lake Road, Farmington Hills; -1\4I 48018

MAX FLEISCHER

BETWEEN 12 & 13 Mile Rd.

553-7111

STRAITH MEMORIAL HOSPITAL

presents a free

SPRING LECTURE SERIES

#1 COSMETIC SURGERY OF THE FACE
Sunday, March 10, 1985 2:00 - 3:30 p.m.

Faceli ft
()
• Forehead lift
• Eyelids
• Rhinoplasty (hump nose)
• Nasal augmentation (saddle nose)






Chin augmentation
Otoplasty (protruding ears)
Chemopeel (for fine lines & wrinkles)
Dermabrasion (for skin problems)

#3 SNORING
Sunday, April 14, 1985
2:00 - 3:30 p.m.

#2 OPHTHALMOLOGY

Sunday, March 24, 1985
2:00 - 3:30 p.m.

• New surgical correction of snoring
• Alleviation of life-threatening
sleep apnea

• Myopia microsurgery (permanent
correction of nearsightedness)
• Astigmatism (surgical correction)
• Cataracts & implants

#4
..,. COSMETIC SURGERY OF THE BODY
Sunday, April 28, 1985 2:00 - 3:30 p.m.






Breast enlargement
Breast reduction
Breast reconstruction
Abdominal lipectomy
(tummy tucks)

• Fat suction
• Surgery to correct contour
irregularities - knees, thighs,
buttocks & arms
• Varicose & spider vein correction

LIMITED SEATING FOR RESERVATIONS CALL 557-1958 Wed. thru Sat. 9 AM - 5 PM

The Midrasha, College of
Jewish Studies, and the Greater
Detroit Chapter of Hadassah will
begin their spring lecture series
at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Cong.
Beth Achim.
The format for this three-week
program will include a choice of
one of the three lecture series and
a bonus lunch on Wednesday at
noon.
Series I with Wendy Orent, an-
thropologist, will focus on "We
Are One? Ethiopian Jews, Geor-
gian Jews, Moroccan Jews, and
Ashkenazic Jews, Ethnic Politics
and Problems in Israel." Ms.
Orent has done extensive
fieldwork with ethnic groups in
Israel. She is currently a Ph.D.
degree candidate at the Univer-
sity of Michigan.
Series II will feature Dr. Tikva
Frvmer-Kensky, Biblical scholar

and Assyriologist, who will speak
on "Women, Sex and Danger —
The Biblical View." Series III will
feature Dr. Jonathan Fishbane,
historian, on the topic "The Liter-
ature of Laughter; Recipes for
Coping from Sholem Aleichem,
Isaac Bashevis Singer, and Woody
Allen.

There is a registration fee.
Planning the lectures are: Mar-
cia Kersh, chairman and Hadas-
sah vice president of education;
Diane Klein, president, Greater
Detroit Chapter; Dr. Irving
Panush, Midrasha chairman; Dr.
Joseph Epel, Midrasha vice
chairman; Zee Bernstein, Bertie
Grey, Ruth Ellen Singer and
Renee Wohl, Midrasha director.
For information, call the Mid-
rasha, 352-7117 or 354-1050; or
Hadassah, 357-2920.

Technion Group To Meet

"Advanced Production Methods
— Flexible Manufacturing Sys-
tems" will be discussed by Dr. Ab-
raham Ber, at the American
Technion Society, Detroit Chap-
ter public meeting to be held on
Wednesday at 7:45 p.m. at Cong.
Beth Achim.
Also on the program will be the
film, Production of Israel's Mili-
tary Tank — The Merkava.
Moderator of the evening's pro-
gram is Robert Colten, board
member of the Detroit Chapter.
Dr. Ber is professor of mechani-
cal engineering, as well as man-

ager of the Technion's center for
manufacturing and robotics. He is
currently on sabbatical teaching
at the University of Michigan and
doing research at the Industrial
Technology Institute.

Previously, Dr._ Ber was man-
ager, General Electric Carboloy
Division, Cutting Tool Research
Laboratory. Dr. Ber is a technical
consultant to a number of Israeli
manufacturers.

The public is invited. There is
no charge. For information call
the Technion office, 559-5190.

STRAITH MEMORIAL HOSPITAL

Lahser Road at 91/2 Mile, Southfield

We Salute You,

PEARLENA

A True Jewish Woman of Valor

Birmingham Workshops

The School for Human Rela-
tions will have two workshops on
professional development at the
Birmingham Temple.
At 7:30 p.m. March 21, "Com-
municating. for Results," will be
the topic for the evening. Dr. Alan
Perlman, speechwriter at General
Motors, a visiting professor in the
School of Business at Wayne State
University and a former professor
of linguistics, will speak. He will
be joined by Judith Perlman, who
has several years' experience in
small-business management. She
also is a psychotherapist.
On March 28, Gloria Holtzman
will speak on "Marketing Your-
self for Success." She holds a B.S.
degree in human resources and

Shaarey Zedek
Film Fest Opens

Jason, Gordon
and Beth

The Golden Age of Second Ave-
nue, which outlines the history of
Yiddish theater in America, will
open the Spring Film Festival at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek 8 p.m.
Tuesday.
On April 10, the festival will
present The Man in the Glass
Booth, starring Maximillian
Schell. The festival will close with
the April 30 showing of Hill 24
Doesn't Answer.
For information, call the
synaoguge, 357-5544.

has eight_years' experience in ad-
vertising- and personnel. She is
certified, licensed employment
counselor and the owner of a pro-
motions firm.
There is a fee for the workshops.
For information, call Helen For-
man, 477-1410.

Girl Scouts Have
Cookie Sale

Girl Scouts are selling Girl
Scout cookies during today
through March 24. The Girl Scout
cookie sale generates more than
50 percent of the Girl Scouts' an-
nual operating income.
Seven varieties are offered:
Juliettes, Chocolate Chunks,
Thin Mints, Samoas, Do-Si-Dos,
Tefoils and Tagalongs. Each
cookie selection is offered at $1.75
per package.
The cookies are kosher and bear
the OU insignia of the Orthodox
Union.

Skin Cancer Clinic

Doctors from the Michigan
Dermatological Society will con-
duct a free skin cancer clinic from
9 a.m. to 3 p.m. March 27 at the
Mercy Conference Center in Far-
mington Hills.

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