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October 30, 1987 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-10-30

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ALONG TERM
C.D. SPECIAL

Fashionable/Functional.
Her dashing Seiko
day/date timekeeper.

$50,000 to $100,000

Clear, luminous markings.
Unlimited readability. Water
resistant. Bilingual day/date.
Spirited design. Gold-tone
touches played against steel
with a white dial or glowing
gold-tone throughout. A watch
with the matchless authority of
Seiko Quartz.

9.50%
2 YRS. 10.10%
5 YRS. 10.60
10 yRs.11.00

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• FSLIC INSURED

WEIN- MAUI;

MONTHLY CHECKS

Irriwn_ms

RATES SUBJECT TO
CHANGE

SUNSET STRIP
29536 Northwestern Highway
Southfield, MI 48034

Ask for Randy, please

HOURS: M - F 10 - 5:45, Sat 10-5

PHONE: 357-4000

Retail Price

SEIKO

ALM-IORIZED DEALER

YR.

All offered at outstanding
discount prices. All sales can
be exchanged or refunded.

$250.00

1.800-321-6669 (U.S.)
1.800-441-1189 (TX.)

Advertising in The Jewish News Gets Results
Place Your Ad Today. Call 354-6060

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VOTE FOR & RETAIN fr trp 1/
COUNCILMAN

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RAYMOND
M.
ABRAMS
OAK PARK CITY COUNCIL

• CITY COUNCILMAN SINCE 1985
• MEMBER COMMUNITY SERVICES ADVISORY BOARD
1972-1985
• MEMBER ARTS & CULTURAL COMMISSION 1985-
• MEMBER EMERGENCY SERVICES COUNCIL 1985-
• MEMBER OAK PARK OPTIMIST CLUB
• MEMBER MORGENTHAU LODGE B'NAI B'RITH
• MEMBER SOUTH OAKLAND CHAPTER NAACP
• RESIDENT OF OAK PARK 21 YEARS
• MARRIED — 3 CHILDREN — 5 GRANDCHILDREN
• MEMBER TEMPLE BETH EL — PAST PRESIDENT,
BROTHERHOOD
• PILOT ARMY AIR CORPS, WORLD WAR 11
• 41 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

HON. & MRS. DENNIS AARON
MR. JULIUS ABRAMSON
MRS. MARLE ABRAMSON
MR. GLENN ADELMAN
MR & MRS. JACK ADELMAN
MR. MICHAEL BRIDGES
MR. GEORGE BOUREAN
MR. & MRS. HARRY CYMERINT
MR. & MRS. RALPH DAVIS
HON. & MRS. LOUIS DEMAS
MR. DAVID DYSTANT
MRS. BARBARA DEWITT
MR. ART FISHMAN
HON. & MRS. ARTHUR FROHLICH
MR. & MRS. ROBERT HIRSCH
MR. JOEL HECHLER
MR. & MRS. SABAH JAJOU
MRS. RICHARD JASGUR

MRS. DOROTHY JOSEPH
MR. SEYMOUR JOSEPH
MR. MORRIS KAPLAN
MRS. RUTH KAPLAN
MRS. ROSE KLAPER
MR. HARRY KOSINS
MRS. CAROLYN LEIDERMAN
DR. & MRS. SIDNEY LEITSON
MR. & MRS. ALAN LEIBOWITZ
DR. LEON LUCAS
MR. & MRS. SAAD MAROUF
MRS. MARILYN MAZELL
MR. & MRS. MARVIN NOVICK
MRS. CLARE PECIS
MS. MICHELLE PROKOP
-
MS. FRITZI ROTH
MS. TERRY ROTH
HON. MAYOR CHARLOTTE ROTHSTEIN

MR. BEN ROTHSTEIN
MR. MAX RUBIN
MR. & MRS. I. RUBINSTEIN
MR. AL SELICK
MR. BERNARD SCHWARTZ
MR. & MRS. DAVID SILBERG
MR. DENNIS THORNTON
MR. GARY TORGOW
MR. DAVID WEINSTOCK
MR. & MRS. MARTIN WEINSTOCK
MR. PAUL WEINSTOCK
MR. JODY WIENER
MRS. IDA ZABEL
MR. & MRS. HOWARD ZAMSKY
MR. & MRS. MORTON ZUMBERG

Service • Experience • Dedication

Paid for by Friends of Raymond M. Abrams, 14711 LaBelle, Oak Park, MI 48237

FRIDAY, OCT 30, 1987

-

Dr. Sandberg To Head
Jewish Federation Apts.

Dr. Hershel Sandberg was
elected president of the board
of directors of the Jewish
Federation Apartments, Inc.,
at their recent annual
meeting.
Dr. Sandberg has been a
board member of Jewish
Federation Apartments since
1977 and a vice president
since 1981. A physician in
private practice, Dr. Sandberg
was the 1986 recipient of the
Distinguished Alumni Award
from the Wayne State Univer-
sity School of Medicine.
Vice presidents are: Gerald
Brody, Janet B. Levine, Neil
A. Satovsky and Leo P. Sklar;
secretary, Bess Krolik; assis-
tant secretary, Carol Sue
Coden; and treasurer, Howard
Rosenberg.
Elected to a first three-year
term were: Dr. Ralph Coskey,
Martin Gene, Jill Grundland,
Betsy Snider Heuer, Sol
Lachman, Judge Susan
Moiseev, and Marvin Talan
Re-elected as directors for an
additional three-year term
were Tillie Brandwine, Sylvia

Jaffe, Rose Kaplan, Marjorie
KraSnick, Miriam .Mondry,
Lester Morris and Rose Roth.
William .Ayrianin, Emanuel
Feinberg and Isadore Silver-
man were elected to the ad-
visory committee, composed
of members who have had
meritorious and continuous
active service and attendance
for a minimum of ten years.
Highlights of this special
20th Anniversary Annual
Meeting and dinner included
the recognition of members of
the 1966 Committee on
Elderly Housing of the
Jewish Welfare Federation,
headed by chairman Leonard
W. Simons, who were influen-
tial in the founding and
building of the apartments.
Former JFA Presidents in-
cluding Samuel Hechtman,
Mark E. Schlussel, Jack A.
Robinson, Sheldon P.
Winkelman and Michael B.
Perlman and the late Joseph
H. Jackier were honored with
the establishment of the
Presidents' Leadership
Recognition Award.

Councilman Abrams will continue
to provude his business expertise
to Oak Park's government. He is
dedicated to serving EVERY
resident of Oak Park.

ELECT COUNCILMAN RAYMOND M. ABRAMS

58

Newly elected Jewish Federation Apartments, inc. President, Dr. Hershel
Sandberg, right, presents a plaque of appreciation to out going president
Michael B. Perlman at the agency's annual meeting.

International Jewish leader Max Fisher of Detroit was honored last week
by his friends with the unveiling of a bust in his image by local sculptor
Jerome Soble. The inscription on the bust says, "Max M. Fisher ... An
Outstanding American Philanthropist and Dedicated Jew. An International
Community Leader Who Has Remembered His Heritage." The bust is on
permanent display at the Maple-Drake Jewish Community Center.

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