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January 22, 1988 - Image 78

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-01-22

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maitr Knuor

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13 MILE ROAD AT SOUTHFIELD ROAD

SOUTHEAST CORNER ON 13 MILE RD. SIDE

OPEN YEAR-ROUND - 7 DAYS A WEEK

MON.-SAT. 9 a.m.-8 p.m., SUN. 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Exercise At Home -
Where The Heart Is

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VISA•

Women's Health
Is Lunch Topic

Tikvah Chapter will meet
noon Tuesday, in the Sutton
Place club house. Chris
Nielsen of Beaumont
Hospital will speak on
women's health and
Osteoporosis.
Friends are invited and
there is a charge for
luncheon.
Members who enroll two
new members by March 15,
will be eligible for a drawing
to the B'nai B'rith Women's
Convention in Florida. For in-
formation, call Lillian Kanat,
355-0239.

Oakland County Circuit
Court Judge Jessica R.
Cooper.
For reservations, call Paul
Shanbrom, 362-2100; or Jim
Grey, 540-1440. There is a
charge for dinner.

Survivor Is
Guest Speaker

Business and Professional
Chapter will have a meeting
noon Sunday at the Lancaster
Hills club house. The speaker
will be Nathan Garfinkel, a
survivor of the Holocaust.
A continental brunch will
be served. There is a charge.

Reservations
Still Accepted

Meeting Set

Accountants Unit is still ac-
cepting reservations for its in-
stallation dinner on Thursday
at Adat Shalom Synagogue.
Gary Leeman will be in-
stalled as president for 1988,
along with officers and
trustees.
The guest speaker will be

The
B'nai
B'rith
Metropolitan Detroit Council
will hold its regular monthly
delegates' meeting on
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in the
B'nai B'rith Building. Recep-
tion will be hosted at 6:45
p.m. by the Covenant Credit
Union.

LOCAL NEWS

Temple Beth El Seeks
Confirmation Class

The 1938 Confirmation
Class of Temple Beth El are
looking for several members
to invite them to the 50th
class reunion.
The include: Jeanne Ap-
plebaum, Frances Baskin,
Emily Breuer, Aubrey
Broudy, Philemon Burnstine,
Albert M. Cohen, Roslyn
Cole, Jean Conhaim, Annette
Copley, Jean Davis, Marilyn
Elbinger, Shirley Elias,
Pauline Finkelstein, Anna
Ginzler, Colman Goldberg,
John Goldberg, William B.
Golden, Seymour Gorman,
Jerome Gottlieb, Betty
Greenfield, Leanor
Grossman, Anne Horwick,
Robert Kaplan and Thelma
Kay.
Also: Marvin King, Jeanne
Klein, Carolyn Kleinman,
Richard Kuttnauer, Malcolm
Lachman, Constance LeBost,
Joseph Lefkofsky, Milton
Levey, Henry G. Levy, Bever-
ly Mann, Henry Marx, Louis
Miller, Bette Plotler, Ann
Reibel, Dorothy Schwartz,
Marilyn Selker, Jerome
Shatanoff, William Singer,
Suzanne Soulam, Rita Stone,
Nancy Titlebaum, Rita
Weinberg, Shirley Weiner and
Robert Wolf.
Anyone with information
on the whereabouts of the

above should call temple Ex-
ecutive Director Herb
Maistelman, 851-1100.

Sinai Begins
5-Year Study

Sinai Hospital of Detroit,
under the direction of Dr.
Richard Reid, will begin a
five-year human papilloma-
virus (HPV) study. The $1.2
million study is being funded
by the federal centers for
Disease Control and will in-
clude 300 patients and 300
control subjects.
Dr. Reid has become a
special consultant to the Food
and Drug Administration and
will help the agency evaluate
the validity of HPV tests now
coming into use.

Center Expands
Suzuki Dept.

The Suzuki music depart-
ment at the Maple/Drake
Jewish Community Center
has expanded. New instruc-
tors are Stephanie Preucil,
who teaches violin, and
Walter Preucil, who teaches
cello. The classes are open to
the public. For information,
call the center, 661-1000, ext.
335.

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