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October 24, 1986 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-10-24

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"Where You Come First"

Kosins

Uptown

Maxine Berman
To Address Temple

Southfield Rd at
11' : Mile • 559-3900

Big & Tall

Southfield at
10' Mile • 569-6930

MARC CHICOREL, DPM

• Bloom 06 Bloom •

Medicine and Surgery
of the Foot

3646 Rochester Rd.
In Century Plaza/Troy
1/2 Mile N. of Big Beaver
3 Minutes E. of Somerset Mall

• Registered Electrologists •

Come and let us remove your unwanted hair problem and improve your appearance

Near 12 Mile Rd. bet. Evergreen & Southfield

COMPLIMENTARY EXAM
528-3232

559-1969

A0pt. OnlyAsk For Shirlee or Debby.

IN

Rep. Maxine Berman

Maxine Berman, elected in
1982 to the Michigan House
of Representatives, will speak
at the next Temple Israel Sis-
terhood meeting, noon Mon-
day, in the Herman Hall. The
luncheon meeting is open to
all sisterhood members and
their guests. Call the temple
office, 661-5700, for reserva-
tions. There is a charge.
Rep. Berman will speak on
"Feminism and the Jewish
Woman."
A lifelong Michigan resi-
dent and a Phi Beta Kappa
graduate from the University
of Michigan, Rep. Berman
taught English at Oak Park
High School for ten years.
She was also director of a
citizens network which lob-
bied legislators on consumer
issues.
In the House, she is active
in taxation, labor and eco-
nomic development commit-
tees, and is chairman of elec-
tions and vice chairman of
consumers committees.

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KEEP WINTER -WOES AWAY
IN THE YEAR'S MOST
FASHIONABLE WOOL COATS

Bar-Ilan Women
Have Breakfast

Detroit Chapter, American
Women for Bar-Ilan Univer-
sity, will sponsor its semi-
annual fall "Breakfast with
Bar-Ilan" on Nov. 6 in the
home of Joanne Zuroff of
Farmington Hills.
The program will feature
the string quartet, Musique
Unique, as well as the first
Detroit presentation of the
university's newly produced
narrated slide show.
Assisting Barbara
Stollman, chapter president,
in arranging for the break-
fast are: Ann Baruch, Tillie
Brandwine, Dolores Brown,
Rosa Chessler, Ethel Cohen,
Shelly Cooper, Fayga Dom-
bey, Hilda Erman, Hortense
Falk, Nancy Fox, Ruth Gilan,
Sharon Hart, Doreen Herme-
lin, Shelly Jackier, Harriet
Jacobson, Evelyn Kasle,
Linda Lee, Terran Leemis,
Nora Lessman, Beverly
Leuchter, Ruth Levi, Shirley
Loewenthal, Judy Naftaly,
Donna Pearlman, Blanche
Pollack, Rosie Schlussel,
Frieda Stollman, Leila
Stollman, Lisa Weiner, Rissa
Winkelman, Linda Zlotoff,
Mrs. Zuroff and Shifra Zwick.
For reservations, call the
Bar-Ilan office, 398-7180.

STERLING HEIGHTS, Sterling Place, 37680 Van Dyke (at 16 1 /2 Mile) • 939 0700
Hours: Mon. Sat. 10 9 p.m., Sun. 12 5 p.m.

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OAK PARK, Lincoln Center, Greenfield at 10 1/2 Mile • 968 2060
Hours: Mon.-Sat. 10-8 p.m., Sun. 12-5 p.m.

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WEST BLOOMFIELD, Orchard Mall, Orchard Lake at Maple (15 Mile) • 855-9955
Hours: Mon.-Sat. 10-8 p.m., Sun. 12-5 p.m.

Visa 6( MasterCard welcome. Liberal return policy.

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