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September 04, 1987 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-09-04

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-FENBY- STEIN

LOCAL NEWS

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553-9966

WE'RE PLAYING YOUR SONG!

JERRY FENBY
11M HEWITT & FEELJNGS
PERFECT BLEND
RENDEZVOUS
INNOVATION
LOVING CUP
ROMANCE
MIRAGE
NANCY & COMPANY
THE RITZ
WILMOT
RARE BLEND

FENBY-CARR
SHELBY LEE
ERIC FREUDIGMAN
CARL RYDING
GEORGE BENSON JAZZ
AUS11N-MORO BIG BAND
BOB DURANT BIG BAND
SOIREE-FLUTE/GUITAR
CLASSIC TOUCH
ASSOCIATES IN SOUND
JAY VALLE

SPECIAL AFFECTS

ERIC HARRIS, D.J.
GOLD TONES, D.J.
RED GARTER BAND
SUN MESSENGERS
TRINIDAD STEEL BAND
MARIACHI BAND
GAMUT 50'S BAND
1920S SOCIETY ORCHESTRA
NEW REFORMATION DIXIELAND
CARICATURISTS
CLOWNS/MIMES
MAGICIANS/COMICS

Dr. Lanny S. Foster, Podiatrist and Foot Surgeon

is proud to announce the opening of his new office!

Located at: Farmbrook Medical Complex - Bldg. II
29877 Telegraph, Suite L-9
Southfield, Michigan 48034
(Between 12 & 13 Mile Roads)

Farmbrook Footcare, P.C. (313) 358-2242
Evening & Saturday appointments available.

Farmbrook Footcare, P.C.

(313) 358-2242

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58 FRIDAY, SEPT. 4, 1987

Hall of Fame
Names Physician

Dr. Clara Raven, Colonel,
AUS Ret., has been named
the recipient of the Michigan
Women's Hall of Fame Life
Achievement Award for 1987.
A member of the Jewish
' War Veterans since 1959
when she ended active duty
in the U.S. Army Medical
Corps to assume the post of
deputy chief medical ex-
aminer of Wayne County, Dr.
Raven is the first woman in
the history of the U.S. Army
Medical Corps to attain the
rank of colonel.
Dr. Raven earned her
medical degree at Nor-
thwestern University and was
granted the John W. Garrett
International Fellowship for
post-graduate study at the
University of Liverpool,
England, and in 1941 she
became a diplomate of the
American Board of Pathology.
Dr. Raven served in
England during World War II,
taught at the Women's
Medical College of Penn-
sylvania, was chief of
laboratory services at the
Scranton (Pa.) State General
Hospital, was chief of the
laboratory service of the
Veterans Administration
Medical Center in Dayton,
Ohio; and served during the
Korean War.
Today, Dr. Raven of Detroit,
is a researcher into Sudden
Infant Death Syndrome. In
1983, she was awarded the
Elizabeth Blackwell Medal at
the 68th annual meeting of
the American Woman's
Medical Association.

Marriage Group
Celebrates 10th

Michigan Jewish Marriage
Encounter is celebrating its
tenth anniversary. The
organization is aimed at
couples with good marriages
who want to strengthen
them.
Jewish Marriage Encounter
is open to couples of all
Jewish denominations — Or-
thodox, Conservative, Reform,
Humanistic, and even those
in mixed marriages.
In celebration of the tenth
anniversary, there will be a
special Labor Day weekend
event. All couples who have
attended any of the JME
weekends in Michigan or in
any other community are
invited.
The weekend will include
topics for discussion and an
opportunity for couples to
utilize communication techni-
ques presented during the
event.
There are actie JME groups

in Ann Arbor and throughout
Oakland County. For infor-
mation about the Encounter
Weekend, call Andi and Mark
Weiss, 682-4612.
For information about
Jewish Marriage Encounter,
call Ron and Lenore
Kingston, 357-2211; or
Sharon and Shel Rocklin,
533-6794.

DSG Outing
Set for Sept. 17

The name has changed but
the feeling will be the same at
the Detroit Service Group's
38th annual golf outing and
dinner (formerly Stag Day)
Sept. 17.
Set at Knollwood Country
Club in West Bloomfield, the
golf outing is the DSG's way
of saying thank you to the
hundreds of volunteers who
worked to make the 1987
Allied Jewish Campaign a
success.
Milton Lucow is president
of the DSG, the campaign's
year-round fund-raising
organization.
After a day of golf, tennis
and relaxation, campaign
workers will be the guests of
honor at an awards dinner.
Morris Rochlin is chairman
of the event, with the help of
Dr. Milton H. Goldrath, prizes
and awards chairman; Robert
A. Steinberg, golf; and Mar-
vin Talan, hospitality.

Blood Donors
Are Sought

Blood donations are ac-
cepted at the Oak Park Donor
Center, 25900 Greenfield,
Oak Park, on Monday, Fri-
day, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.; Tues-
day, Wednesday, Thursday,
2 p.m.-8 p.m.; and Saturday,
9 a.m.-2 p.m. For an appoint-
ment, call the Red Cross,
968-2258 or 494-2851.
A Red Cross Bloodmobile
will be located at Temple Kol
Ami, 5085 Walnut Lake Rd.
West Bloomfield on Tuesday
from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. For an
appointment, call Cheryl
Canvasser, 661-0040.

Temple Plans
Open House

The Married Group of Tem-
ple Beth El will hold an open
house on Sept. 13 at the tem-
ple, 7400 Telegraph, Birm-
ingham from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Temple members and non-
members are invited. Call
Nancy Hitchcock, 647-4920,
for information. No reserva-
tions are necessary.

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