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May 29, 1987 - Image 45

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-05-29

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WOOLF ROOFING

RONALD'S
HAIR & CO.

30878 Orchard Lake Rd.
Farmington Hills, Mi.
851-3590

COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL

Hot Tar-Built-Up Roofing

HAIR FASHIONS
BY RONALD

Sandra Schwartz

presidents; Debbie Balkin,
treasurer; Lesley Schneider,
Sandra Cherrin, Frieda Olen,
Arlene Karbal and Faye Krut,
secretaries.
Directors elected for a two-
year term are: Sharon Berry,
Sandra Boykansky, Lauren
Bruss, Jacqueline Elkus, Ruthe
Goldstein, Roberta Ingber,
Marilyn Karbal, Marlene
Krohner, Helen Lerner, Ellen
Maiseloff, Marta Rosenthal,
Rusty Rosman, Donna
Schwartz, Carole Sole, Bonnie
Topper and Dottie Wagner.
Re-elected to a two-year term
on the board were: Doris
August, Ann Baruch, Elaine
Belkin, Susan Bernstein,
Cathy Deutchman, Linda Gold,
Barbara Katz, Helene Koenig,
Sue Lasser, Meryl Podolsky,
Phyllis Robinson, Sandra
Schechter, Barbara Stern, Judy
Stulberg, Gail Tukel and Eileen
Wittenberg.
There is a charge for the
brunch. Ms. Karbal and Ms.
Wittenberg are social vice
presidents in charge of the
brunch. Babysitting will be
available upon request. For
reservations, call the
synagogue, 357-5544.

Hadassah Plans
Installation Event

president coordinators: educa-
tion, Ruth Ellen Singer; fund
raising, Marilyn Pickover;
membership, Barbara Ben and
Beverly Fine; organization,
Barbara Gutman; pool facilita-
tor, Bea Breiner; program,
Peggy Shafir and Elaine Stur-
man; public relations, Susan
Rose; and treasurer, Harrilee
Shevin.
Secretaries are: correspon-
ding, Doris August; financial,
Sandy Kopelman; and recor-
ding, Esther Zisman. Area vice-
presidents are: Nancy Axelrod,
Marjie Federman, Evelyn
Goodman, Hilda Sonenklar and
Phyllis Subar.
The program is open to
Hadassah members and their
guests. There is a charge. For
reservations, call Hadassah,
357-2920 or 683-5030.

Nominations Open
For Awards

Nominations are being ac-
cepted for Naamat's Celebra-
tion of Women Award, an-
nounces Ruth Miller, spiritual
adoption chairman. This award
is given annually to women
who have shown outstanding
leadership ability on behalf of
women and/or children.
The awards will be presented
at the Spiritual Adoption Lun-
cheon to be held July 30 at the
Southfield Hilton.
For applications and informa-
tion, contact Naamat, Greater
Detroit Council, 967-4750.

23720 Southfield Rd.
Southfield, Mi.
557 0680
Open 1 Days • Eves. By Appt.

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These make great gifts. We have exotic and very
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CONTACT JACKIE SCHWARTZ

399-3360

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Women To Hear
Correspondent

Tim Skubick, senior capitol
correspondent for WJBK and
WWJ, will discuss "State
Government — Getting The
Inside Out" at the June meet-
ing of the Michigan Profes-
sional Women's Network. The
meeting will be held 5:30
p.m. Julie 8 at the Southfield
Ramada Inn.

Women Lawyers

The Women Lawyers Associa-
tion of Michigan will hold its
annual membership meeting
June 5-7 at the Detroit Omni
International Hotel. For infor-
mation, contact Deborah L.
Miela, 643-1053.

Sinai Names Two

Susan York

Greater Detroit Chapter,
Hadassah, will install the
following members at a lun-
cheon, to be held 11:30 a.m.
Tuesday at Temple Beth El:
president, Susan Yorke; vice

Sinai Hospital's Dr. Ken-
neth Richter has been named
to the board of trustees of the
American Osteopathic Col-
lege of Rehabilitation
Medicine, Teresa Thompson
was named to the board of
trustees of the Commission
on Accreditation of Rehabili-
tation Facilities.

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