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February 12, 1988 - Image 56

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-02-12

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BUSINESS

"THE PALESTINIANS - PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE"

Hear DR. YOSEF OLMERT, One of Israel's foremost Mideast experts &
Scholar-In Residence of the Detroit Zionist Federation, at

THE EINSTEIN LUNCHEON FORUM

Tuesday, February 16

Southfield Charley's Restaurant
12 Mile & Evergreen

12 Noon

Sponsored by Zionist Organization of America & The Zionist Culture Center

Susan Terebelo
Is Appointed

FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE 5694515

JERRY JANABET DBA
TARGET ENTERPRISES

-2N
Am.

Workshop Due
In Management

CUSTOM
CONTEMPORARY DESIGN
Specializing in Laminates

• ENTERTAINMENT CENTERS •
KITCHENS • BATHROOM VANITIES • MEDICAL CENTERS
• OFFICES • RETAIL OUTLETS
CUSTOM REUPHOLSTERY ALSO AVAILABLE
AND MUCH, MUCH MORE!

'CALL 739-0175
FREE ESTIMATES

Residential

Commercia



Department of Michigan

JEWISH WAR VETERANS

of the United States of America

presents their 35th Annual

BROTHERHOOD NIGHT

Tuesday, February 23, 1988

8:00 p. m.

Honored Guest Speakers

KATHY ADAMS
Anchorwoman
Channel 2 TV News

NICKIE MC WHIRTER
Feature Writer
Detroit Free Press

HON. SUSAN MOISEEV
Judge
46th District Court

ELY ROBINSON
Councilman
City of Southfield

RABBI EFRY SPECTRE
Adat Shalom Synagogue

Refreshments • Admission • Public Invited

at J.W.V. Memorial Home - 16990 W. 12 Mile Road
559-5680

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Milton Klein

Jack Schwartz

Ruth Weiss

Dept. Commonder

Chief of Stoff-Chdirmon

Aux. President

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1988

Susan Terebelo

The Metropolitan Detroit
Chapter of the Cystic Fibrosis
Foundation announces the
appointment of Susan B.
Terebelo as its new executive
director.
Terebelo is a graduate of
Stern College for Women,
New York City. Prior to her
current position, Terebelo was
at the Center for Disease
Control in Washington, D.C.
where she held the position of
epidemiologist.

Accountants
Guild Meets

The Accountants Guild of
Metropolitan Detroit will
have its monthly meeting on
Wednesday at Machus Red
Rox, 6676 Iblegraph, Birm-
ingham. Cocktails will be
served at 6 p.m. and the din-
ner will begin at 6:30 p.m.,
with the speakers scheduled
for 7:30 p.m.
There is a fee. The speakers
for the evening will be Sidney
Blackman CPA, and Richard
Gibbs, CPA of Seidman and
Seidman. The topic will be
"Tax Hints for 1987 Tax
Preparation?' Call the Ac-
countants Guild, 559-1919,
for reservations.

Business Aids
Blood Drive

Moderator: Jack Berman, Co-Chairman

with 30 or less employees are
eligible to participate.
For information or to
schedule a time, call Her-
manoff and Associates,
851-3993.

Detroit
area
small
businesses will compete for a
free office lunch in the Em-
bassy Suites Hotel-
Detroit/Southfield blood drive
from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Feb.
24.
The blood drive is being
sponsored by the hotel in con-
junction with the
Southeastern Michigan
American Red Cross. The
company donating the
greatest amount of blood dur-
ing the six-hour drive will
win lunch at Wellington's
restaurant at Embassy Suites
Hotel-Detroit/Southfield for
all its employees. Companies

The Women in Manage-
ment Institute, a unique and
thriving statewide profes-
sional development organiza-
tion for women, will hold its
first Detroit Chapter profes-
sional development workshop
on Saturday at the Ramada
Hotel, Southfield.
Coffee and registration take
place at 8:30 a.m. with the
professional development ses-
sion from 9 a.m. til noon. At
noon a complete luncheon
will be served. For informa-
tion and a copy of the newslet-
ter, contact Dr. Renee S. Lip-
son, executive director, (517)
482-3455.

PaineWebber
Names Samson

Norman A. Samson has
joined PaineWebber Inc. as
vice president and assistant
branch manager in Farm-
ington Hills.
Samson joins PaineWebber
from E.F. Hutton and Co., ,
where he was vice president
and assistant branch
manager in the Southfield of-
fice. He joined Hutton in 1977
as the firm's first trainee in
the Southfield office, and was
promoted to assistant branch
manager in 1985. Prior to
joining Hutton, Samson was
a vice president at Michigan
Bank, where he worked for
ten years.

Chamberlain
Joins Network

Chamberlain Realtors an-
nounced its affiliation with
the Travelers Realty Net-
work, a relocation referral
system comprised of nearly
350 real estate firms
nationwide.
Formerly known as
Equitable Realty Network
(Equi-Net), the organization,
along with its parent
company Equitable Reloca-
tion Management Corpora-
tion, were purchased last year
by the Travelers Mortgage
Services, Inc. The Travelers
Mortgage Services, Inc., is a
wholly owned subsidiary of
the Travelers Companies,
Hartford, Conn.
The Travelers Realty Net-
work offers its members ongo-
ing relocation. Additionally,
member firms must maintain

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