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December 06, 1985 - Image 99

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-12-06

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THE DETROITJEWISk NEWS - Friday:DOC - ember 6;1985 99

OBITUARIES

Dental, MDA Friend, Mourn
Passing of Norman Segal

a member of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund, Dental Section of
the Allied Jewish Campaign and
Temple Israel.
He was a founder of the
Hadassah School of Dentistry,
established by Alpha Omega, in
Jerusalem.
Dr. Segal, who retired in May
after practicing dentistry for 40
years, had offices in Birming-
ham.
Dr. Segal leaves his wife,
Barbara; a son, Michael; two
daughters, Diane Eskow and
Deborah; a brother, Dr. Andrew
E.; and four grandchildren.

USY Funds

Dr. Norman Segal

American and Israeli associ-
ates in the Alpha Omega Dental
Fraternity and leaders in the
Red Magen David for Israel
joined this week in paying trib-
ute to Dr. Norman A. Segal,

4,- who died Nov. 28. He was 63.
Dr. Segal was among the most
active associates of Dr. and Mrs.
John Mames in the support of
the Israel Magen David Adorn,

the Israeli equivalent of the Red
Cross.
He was chairman of two of the
annual MDA events here.For
many years, Dr. Segal served on
the Medical Dental Council of
ARMDI.
Dr. Mames announced that
the Michigan Region of the
American Red Magen David for
Israel will establish a special
paramedics training scholarship
in memory of Dr. Segal. The
Alpha Omega Dental Fraternity
will establish a Dr. Norman A.
Segal Student Loan and Library
Fund in his memory.
Dr. Segal was graduated from
the Ohio State University
School of Dentistry in 1945. He
was an active attending member
of the medical-dental staff of
Sinai Hospital of Detroit and
was a clinical instructor at the
University of Detroit Dental
School, where he was faculty
adviser to the Alpha Nu under-
graduate chapter of Alpha
Omega.
He was a past president of the
Detroit Academy of Oral and
Maxillo-Facial Surgeons, a
member of the Detroit Chapter
of Alpha Omega Dental Frater-
nity and the Michigan Chapter
of the American Academy of
Oral Medicine and the Alpha
Omega Parent Group.
In addition, 1)r. Segal was a
fellow of the American Associa-
tion of Oral and Maxillo-Facial
Surgeons; a member of the
American, Michigan and Oak-
land County Dental Societies;
the Great Lakes Society of Oral
and Maxillo-Facial Surgeons
and the Michigan Society of
Oral and Maxillo-Facial Sur-
geons.
Communally, Dr. Segal was
involved in State of Israel
Bonds, and chaired the Alpha
Omega Dental Fraternity dinner
on behalf of Bonds. He also was

New York — Members of
United Synagogue Youth (Con-
servative) raised $153,000 in
1984-1985 for charitable projects
and scholarship assistance for
its members.
The funds were used for USY
tour programs and regional
meetings, Conservative Move-
ment programs in Israel, and to
support 60 Jewish organizations
throughout the world.

Two Salutes

New York — For the first
time in history, two Jewish sis-
ters are enrolled as cadets at the
U.S. Military Academy at West
Point.
Sherri Crystal Langston, 19,
began the rigors of West Point
academics this semester, joining
her sister, Brandy • Hope
Langston, 20, who is a junior.
Both are from Walkill, N.Y. and
are active members of the West
Point Jewish Chapel.

Quota Protest

New York — The Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith has asked the U.S. Sup-
reme Court to overturn a federal
court order that mandates
quotas in promotion of black
and Hispanic firefighters in
Cleveland.

Director Retires

New York — M. Bernard Re-
snikoff, who has guided the pro-
gram. and activities of the
American Jewish Committee in
Israel for more than 16 years,
will retire as director of the AJ
Committee's Israel office on Dec.
31.

USY Meeting

Toronto — Over 1,200 USY
members and advisors will
gather in Toronto Dec. 22-26 for
the 35th annual International
Convention of United
Synagogue Youth.

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