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September 23, 1988 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-09-23

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THE PROBLEMS
OF BUYING A
DIAMOND ARE
WORSE THAN
EVER . . .
FORTUNATELY,
WE'RE BETTER
THAN EVER AT
SOLVING THEM. •

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FOR WOMEN I

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(313) 645-9200

The Diamond People for Over 50 Years

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(ONE BLOCK SOUTH OF 13 MILE ROAD)

Southfield, Michigan 48076

Greater Detroit Chapter of Hadassah honored Hadassah Associate Albert
Newman with Israel's Ben-Gurion Award at a tribute dinner on behalf of
State of Israel Bonds. The event realized $505,750 in Israel Bond
investments. Shown are, from left: Susan Yorke, Hadassah president;
Leah Snider, dinner chairman; Albert and Phyllis Newman; and Meryl
Podolsky, Israel Bond Women's Division executive board member.

Eating Disorder
Program Opens

Psychotherapist Jacqueline
Odom has developed a new
eating disorders program for
women that helps them get to
the root of the problem of why
they overeat. Beginning in
October at the Eastwood
Clinic in Troy, Ms. Odom, a
clinical social worker who has
dealt with addictive disorders
for the past 10 years, offers
women a three-stage program
in which she helps them pin-
point their reasons for
overeating and provides new
skills to help them gain con-
trol and develop a healthy at-
titude toward food.
The program is aimed at
bulimics, people who binge
and purge or resort to ex-
treme measures of diet and
exercise, and at compulsive
overeaters, people who binge,
whose eating is out of control.
Both group and individual
therapy are utilized in the
process.
lb register or for informa-
tion, call Ms. Odom, daily, at
the Eastwood Clinic,
649-4480. There is a fee for
the program.

LEATHER . . .
SOFAS
as low as $798
LOVESEATS
as low as $698
CHAIRS
as low as $598
OTTOMANS
as low as $298

A COMPLETE SHOWROOM OF
THE FINEST LEATHER FURNITURE
AND IMPORTED LACQUER TABLES
AND SO MUCH MORE!

IMMEDIATE DELIVERY - NOMINAL CHARGE

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Days of Sale - 476-3760
Prior to Sale - 354-9060

HOURS
SATURDAY 10 - 5
SUNDAY 12 - 5

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1988

Couple Performs
For Women

The Michigan Region of
Women's American ORT will
present "The Magic of Har-
riet and Michael Jacobson" as
its annual fall membership
event on Oct. 6 at noon at
Congregation Shaarey Zedek.
Maxine Rotenberg, member-
ship chairman, is coor-
dinating the luncheon and
program. Reservations may

be made by calling the ORT
office, 355-9151.
The
Jacobsons will
demonstrate an authentic
Harry Houdini escape among
other tricks.

Chapter Meets
For Art Tour

Dimona chapter, N'aamat
U.S.A., will meet in the home
of Mr. and Ms. Irwin Green,
27816 Lakehills Dr.,
Franklin, on Wednesday at 1
p.m.
Bethea Green, an amateur
artist, will act as docent as
she leads guests on a tour of
her art collection.
Refreshments will be served.
For information, call Alice
Ross, 540-0494; or Frieda
Faigin, 356-7119.

Network Plans
To Hear Talk

The Jewish Professional
Network of B'nai B'rith
women will have an evening
with Dr. Joan Greenfield Oct.
19 at The Rattlesnake Club.
Greenfield, columnist, con-
sultant and television news
psychologist, will speak on
"P.O.W.E.R.
Promotion of
Women's Energies and
Resources." The evening
begins at 6:30 p.m. with hors
d'oeuvres and a cash bar,
followed by Greenfield at 7:30
p.m. Pre-paid reservations are
required by Oct. 10. Seating
is limited. Checks should be
mailed payable to Jewish Pro-
fessional Network, do D. Gail
Milne, 763 S. Bates, Birm-
ingham, 48009. For informa-
tion, call Davya Cohen,
626-0650.



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