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May 16, 1986 - Image 60

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-05-16

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Friday, May 16, 1986

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

FOR THE WELL DRESSED WOMAN
WHO DOESN'T WANT TO SEE HERSELF
COMING AND GOING

LOCAL NEWS

the RI OOM NEVER FADES
when you look ..your finest
in DESIGNER FASHIONS from

Allergy Seminar
Slated At Sinai

RO1111QUE of HIGH FASHION
)N1 AN
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We offer a complete Wardrobe of Designer Clothing from Canada

and Europe as well as Michelle Lauren Original Designs in Lingerie

and Lounge Wear. Sizes 16 to 26 and 38 to 46 plus half sizes.
Open Daily 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday Evening to 9 p.m. Sunday Noon to 5.
37 CHATHAM ST. E., DOWNTOWN WINDSOR, PHONE 1.519-252-2020

50% PREMIUM on U.S. CASH

SLMIFUTE

CLEANS

24681 Coolidge Hwy.
(at 10 Mile)
545-1300

VISA'

13741 W. 11 Mile
(1 blk. West of Coolidge)
542-2555

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COUPON EXPIRES MAY 31, '86

COUPON EXPIRES MAY 31, '86

1 49

PLAIN
SKIRTS

SLACKS

TWO
PIECE
PLAIN
SUITS

Fancy Items or
Lining Extra

COUPON MUST BE PRESENTED WITH IN-
COMING ORDER AND CAN NOT BE USED
WITH ANY OTHER OFFER.

sui=EA

CLEANERS,

$3 4 9

silk, lined, or
fancy extra.

COUPON MUST BE PRESENTED WITH IN-
COMING ORDER AND CAN NOT BE USED
WITH ANY OTHER OFFER.

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COUPON EXPIRES MAY 31, '86

PLAIN
SKIRTS
OR
SLACKS

$

1 49

Fancy Items or
Lining Extra

COUPON MUST BE PRESENTED WITH IN-
COMING ORDER AND CAN NOT BE USED
WITH ANY OTHER OFFER.

CLEANERS

CLEANERS

SPRING IS FUR STORAGE TIME

AT

MALTER FURS

CERTIFIED COLD STORAGE VAULT

CUSTOM CLEANING & REPAIRING

CREATIVE REMODELING

FREE BONDED. PICK-UP

all at 1984 prices

EXCEPTIONAL VALUES

On All 1986 Furs.

FREE STORAGE AND
LAYAWAY UNTIL FALL

M LTER

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Designers Of Fine Furs

Dr. Michael Kaliner, head of
the allergy disease section at the
National Institutes of Health,
will be the keynote speaker at a
seminar on advances in clinical
immunology and allergy held on
Wednesday, at 8:30 a.m. at Sinai
Hospital.
The seminar is being sponsored
by Sinai Hospital Department of
Medicine, the Environmental
and Occupational Asthma and
Allergic Disease Center and the
Detroit Immunological Society. It
is being funded by an educational
grant from 3M Diagnostic Sys-
tems.
Other guest speakers include:
Dr. Chaim Brickman, director of
clinical immunology at Sinai
Hospital, Dr. Sidney Friedlaen-
der, director of the
Environmental and Occupational
Asthma and Allergic Disease
Center in West Bloomfield, Dr.
George Halpern, visiting scholar,
University of California School of
Medicine at Davis Division of
Rheumatology Allergy and Clini-
cal Immunology, and Dr. Paul
Turkeltaub, research inves-
tigator at the Office of Biologics
Research and Review of the Food
and Drug Administration.
There is a fee for the seminar,
which includes lunch and park-
ing. Four CME Category I credits
will apply.
To register, call the Sinai Hos-
pital Medical Education Office,
493-5780.

In Harvard Row Mall
11 Mile & Lahser
Southfield

PHONE 358-0850

Coronary Study
Conducted At Sinai

Sinai Hospital is looking for
men under the age of 70 who
have had coronary bypass
surgery to participate in a re-
search study to test the effects of
diet and exercise on blood fat
levels. Eligible participants can-
not be currently involved in a
regular exercise program.
The study offers ten months of
free diet and exercise counseling.
For information, contact Sue
Hogan or Dr. David Wrisley,
493-6333.

Nutrition Talk

Sinai Hospital will sponsor a
lecture entitled "Eating Well,
Feeling Well," on May 28 at
11:30 a.m. in the Women's
Health Club Lounge of the main
Jewish Community Center.
To register, call the Center,
661-1000, ext. 269.

Annual Meeting
For Sinai Guild

The Annual Meeting of the
Sinai Hospital Guild will be held
on May 29 at 11:30 a.m. at Tem-
ple Beth El. In addition to the in-
stallation of new .officers and
board members, Phil Marcus
Esser ad Barbara Bredius will
provide entertainment for the
program.
New officers to be installed are:
vice
Greenberg,
Carolyn

president of programming; De-
lores Farber, vice president of
membership; Estelle Elkus, vice
president of volunteers; and Ilene
Chait, recording secretary.
New board members are: Ros-
lyn Aronow, Eileen Bleyer,
Roberta Blitz, Carol Sue Coden,
Audrey Elkiss, Goldie Greer,
Betsy Heuer, Ilene Hochbaum,
Lillian Rosenthal, Thelma
Rosenbaum, Rose Lynn Schlus-
sel, William Serman, Hope Sil-
verman, Cindy Stegman and
Buelah Work.
The following guild officers
will hold their positions for an-
other year: Elisa Falick,
president; Linda Michaels, corre-
sponding secretary; Leo Ash,
treasurer; May Nosanchuk, fi-
nancial secretary; and Leah
Snider, vice president of fund
raising.
There is a fee. Reservations can
be made by calling the guild
office, 493-5300.

Sinai To Screen
Holocaust Film

Sinai Hospital of Detroit De-
partment of Psychiatry will pre-
sent The Courage to Care, a film
about individuals who knowingly
risked their lives during the
Holocaust to aid Jews on Monday
at 8 p.m. in Sinai's Zuckerman
Auditorium.
Dr. Emanuel Tanay, a member
of the psychiatry department,
was profiled in the film. Dr.
Tanay will speak on the coping
mechanisms developed by the
Jews in Europe, specifically Po-
land, to survive outside the con-
centration camps during the
Holocaust.
The evening is free and open to
the public.

Expecting Parents
Focus Of Classes

Sinai Hospital of Detroit is of-
fering four courses for expecting
and new parents.
The prenatal class will run for
five consecutive Tuesdays, start-
ing May 27 at 7:30 p.m. There is a
fee.
The parenting class will run for
five consecutive Mondays, start-
ing June 2 at 7:30 p.m. There is a
fee.
The cesarean birth class will
run for three consecutive Thurs-
days, starting June 5 at 7:30 p.m.
There is a fee.
For information on any of the
courses or to register, call the
hospital, 493-6086.

Cancer Screening

The Michigan Dermatological
Society, in cooperation with the
American Cancer Society, will
conduct free skin cancer screen-
ing examinations Mdy 28 at the
Southfield Civic Center from 10
a.m. to 4 p.m. and at the main
Jewish Community Center, from
10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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