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September 04, 1987 - Image 86

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-09-04

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I LOCAL NEWS

RONALD'S
HAIR & CO.

FINE JEWELRY AT WHOLESALE PRICES

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

Jewelry Liquidators & Brokers

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lie, Inc.

HAIR FASHIONS
BY RONALD

BOB GRANT

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

INSURANCE APPRAISALS

Call for appointment 851-7333
31313 Northwestern, Farmington Hills, MI 48018



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LINCOLN TOWERS SUITE 111

15075 W. Lincoln (101/2.Mile)
968-5858
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Pictured at the dedication are, from left: Esther and Edward Sherman,
Nancy Ager, Oscar Tuttleman, Mrs. Norman A. Segal, Dr. John J.
Mames, and Joseph Finkel.

(all recordings in full compliance
with Federal copyright laws)

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Exploring Jewish History,
Thought and Practice

DATE

TIME & PLACE

COURSE

Tuesdays,
Sept. 8 - Nov. 3

7:30 - 8:30 p.m.

Is There a Proper Blessing

Mondays,
7:30 - 9 p.m.
Oct. 19 - Nov. 23 Adat Shalom Synagogue
Mondays,
7:30 - 9 p.m.
Oct. 19 - Nov. 23 Adat Shalom Synagogue

Wednesdays,
Oct. 21 - Nov. 4

7:30 - 9 p.m.

Chairperson

Vice Chairperson

Edwin Shifrin

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Matilda Rubin

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INSTRUCTOR

Rabbi Alon Tolwin
over a Mercedes? Jewish
Values vs. The Culture of
Narcissism
Encounters of Jewish History Dr. Joseph Gutmann

The Last Chapter: Jews in the Dr. Zvi Gitelman
USSR and Eastern Europe,
1918-1939
Judaism and Sexuality
Dr. Tikva
Frymer-Kensky

Register at the
Midrasha College of Jewish Studies
21550- West Twelve Mile Road • Southfield
For further details call: 352-7117

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Director

Renee Wohl

13 MILE RD.

MIDRASHA
21550 W.12 MI.RD.



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Radomer Gives Gift
Of Ambulance To MDA

A fully equipped am-
bulance was donated to
Magen David Adorn (MDA),
Israel's emergency medical,
blood and ambulance service
by Radomer Aid Society. It
was dedicated at the installa-
tion brunch in memory of
Jack Sherman. The organiza-
tion contributed another am-
bulance in 1983.
The Pikuach Nefesh ("Sav-
ing Lives") Award was
presented to the Radomer
Society for aiding MDA in the
humanitarian and lifesaving
programs.
Attending the dedication of
the ambulance were: Esther
and Edward Sherman; Nancy
Ager; Oscar Tuttleman; Mrs.

Norman A. Segal, officer,
Michigan Region, American
Red Magen David for Israel
(ARMDI) who made the
presentation; Dr. John J.
Mames,. chairman, Michigan
Region, ARMDI; and Joseph
Finkel.
The organization installed
the following officers: Tut-
tleman, president; Ms. Ager
and Finkel, vice presidents;
Robert Dorn, treasurer; Mae
Weintraub, recording
secretary; Lillian Katz, finan-
cial secretary; Louis Kline
and Sam Ager, trustees; Mae
Weintraub and Rita Ager,
sunshine committee; Jean
Feldman, publicity; Nathan
Wolok, honorary president.

Guild Members Cited

The Sinai Hospital Guild is
sponsoring a breakfast to
honor new guild members on
Sept. 16 at 9:30 a.m. in the
home of Rosie Schlussel in
Southfield. Dr. Donald
Kapetansky, chief of the
plastic surgery section at
Sinai, will discuss "Nips and
Tucks of '87," including
liposuction, face-lifts, breast
surgery and other cosmetic
procedures.
The meeting is open to new
and current guild members
who enroll one or more
members.
Vice President/Membership
Madelon Seligman is
breakfast chairwoman. Com-
mittee members are: Roslyn
Aronow, Vivian Axelrod, Bob-
bie Blitz, Barbra Chaitin,
Carol Sue Coden, Estelle
Elkus, Dolores Farber, Elisa
Falick, Lil Gorov, Betsy
Heuer, Karen Marks, Ger-

trude Resnik, Rose Lynn
Schlussel, Lynnda Shumer,
Leah Snider, Karen Steinway
and Lorraine Storchan.
Deadline for reservations is
Sept. 10. Call the Guild,
493-5300 for more
information.

Adult Classes
Begin Sept. 14

Southfield Public Schools
Adult Enrichment Fall Pro-
gram will begin on Sept. 14.
A variety of courses are of-
fered including: Medical and
Dental Training, Business
Education and Law, Fitness,
Scholastic Improvement,
Writing and Publication,
Cooking, Art, Languages,
Business and Management,
Recreation, and Computers.
.Call the Community educa-
tion center, 423-8700, for
information.

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