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March 27, 1987 - Image 68

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-03-27

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MORRIS J. LIPNIK,

HERBALIFE

M.D., P.C.

Dermatologist

INDEPENDENT DISTRIBUTOR

announces

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YALE LE-
VIN,
a

Detroit-based
partner of
Price
Waterhouse,
has been ap-
pointed senior
vice president
finance
and chief fi-
nancial officer
of Highland
Yale Levin
Superstores,
Inc. Levin, a certified public
accountant, has been with
Price Waterhouse for 25
years, during which time he
served a variety of retailing
clients. He has been a part-
ner in Price Waterhouse for
the last 13 years.

COATS

UNLIMITED

Sterling Heights
Sterling Place
37680 Von Dyke @ 16 1/2 Mile
939-0700

Phone: 354-1850

Oak Park
Lincoln Center, Greenfield at 10 1/2 Mile
968-2060

Farmbrook Medical Bldg.
29829 Telegraph #103
Southfield, MI 48034

Write or Coll for
FREE Brochure

BUSINESS

West Bloomfield
Orchard Mall, Orchard Lake
at Maple (15 Mile) • 855-9955

The Midrasha—College of Jewish Studies
Spring Community Forum Series on

Ruth Schwartz

ASID

"create the possible
when you thought
it was impossible"

CONFLICT AND CONFUSION

Israeli society has always been characterized by its
diversity and strife, by its pluralism and conflict. The issues
that this lecture series focuses on will attempt to unfold a
variety of topics of shared concern for Israeli and
American Jews.






ACCESSORIES
INSTALLATIONS
FURNISHINGS
COLOR COORDINATING

Monday, March 23

49*-.s

ROBERT A. WELTMAN

hand and
custom
knit apparel
for all seasons

has been appointed executive
vice president, and GARY C.
DAVIS, vice president, of
Farbman/Stein and Co.

Rabbi Donniel Hartman

DEBRA BERNSTEIN-
SIEGEL has been named

Senior Research Fellow of the Shalom Hartman
Institute for Advanced Judaic Studies, founding
member of the Orthodox peace movement.

program director and

MARTHA Y. MORITZ,

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358-4085
Norlinvesten Hwy.

Dr. Yoram Peri

Political analyst for daily newspaper Davar and
Professor of Political Science, Tel Aviv University.

at 12 Ws • Franklin Plaza

Monday, March 30

7-- ,-,-

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7:30 - 9:30 pm
Israeli Women In Social Change:
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Monday, April 6

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7:30 - 9:30 pm
Zionism: The Dream and The
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IRISH HENNING

Sophisticated
Trends in Fashion

Dr. Ehud Sprinzak

Alitt.'

Senior Lecturer of Political Science, Hebrew
University. .

Hunters Square

Orekard Lake & 14 Mile

For further information call 352-7117
Open to the Public • No Charge

PLANNING
COMMITTEE

Dr. Joseph Gutmann
Chairperson
Bertha Chomsky
Erika Herzceg
Dr. Leonard Lachover
Elaine Lebenbom
Dr. Irving Panush

Mitilda Rubin
Edwin Shifrin
Dr. Jack Wayne
Renee Wohl
Dr. Gerald Teller
Rabbi Morton Yolkut

• Sigmund and Sophie Rohlik Building •
21550 W. Twelve Mile • Southfield, MI 48076

68 Friday, March 27, 1987

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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marketing director, of Com-
prehensive Movement, Inc., a
company specializing in fit-
ness and movement programs
for the elderly and disabled.
The offices are located at
3501 Bradway Blvd., Bir-
mingham.

JACK D. HAMBURGER, a
real estate entrepreneur and
CEO of The Parliament
Company, a Birmingham,
Mich.-based commercial con-
struction and property man-
agement firm, is now a co-
general partner of Regional
Office Center Associates, de-
velopers of The Silver
Triangle Office Building, lo-
cated in Southfield.
Hamburger will be actively
involved in the day-to-day
management and operations
of The Silver Triangle Office
Building.

Dr. Ilsa Schuster

Assistant Professor of Anthropology. SUNY, Stony
Brook.

ON THE BOARDWALK

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855-0430

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to Suite 600 of the First Cen-
ter Office Plaza, 26913
Northwestern Hwy., South-
field. Schostak's offices are in
the South Atrium of the First
Office Center, for which
Schostak served as one of the
developers and leasing agent.
Today, Schostak is the man-
aging agent.

Call for appt. 352-2264

7:30 - 9:30 pm
The Struggle For Religious
Pluralism

National JWVA
President Visits

SCHOSTAK BROTHERS
AND CO., INC., has moved

Interior Designer

THE ISRAELI LANDSCAPE

ment, is open only to persons
with the required experience
and knowledge in financial
services.
For a detailed brochure and
to register, call the Continu-
ing Education office, 370-
3120, between 8 a.m. and 8
p.m., weekdays.

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Financial Planning
Via Computers

A new computer course,
starting April 6 in Oakland
University's Personal Finan-
cial Planning (PFP) Certifi-
cate Program, teaches
enrollees how personal com-
puter software can be used to
develop a sophisticated, com-
prehensive financial plan.
The hands-on computer
course, with limited enroll-

Donna Green

Donna Green, national
president of the Jewish War
Veterans Ladies Auxiliary,
will visit Michigan on Mon-
day and Tuesday, announces
Elaine Levy, department
president. Mrs. Green is a
past Michigan president.
A dutch treat dinner will
be tendered in her honor on
Monday at Farina's in
Berkley. Reservations are re-
quired. Following the dinner,
Mrs. Green will be presented
at an official department
meeting at Farina's at 8:30
p.m. Department officers and
committee chairmen will read
reports, preceeding a welcome
by local dignitaries.
On Tuesday evening, there
will be a dutch treat dinner
at the Southield Hilton. Call
the JWV Memorial Home,
559-5680, for reservations.

Continuum Center
Offers Workshops

The Oakland University
Continuum Center will pre-
sent a program, Retirement
Careers for Teachers, at 9:30
a.m. April 4 at the Con-
tinuum Center. A three-hour
workshop on Communication
for Couples will be held 7:30
p.m. April 3 at the center.
There is a fee. A seminar on
How to Deal with Office Poli-
tics will be held 7:30 p.m.
April 8 at the Oakland Cen-
ter at Oakland University,
sponsored by the Continuum
Center.
There is a fee for all three
programs.

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