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November 25, 1988 - Image 70

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-11-25

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1 HERE'S TO . .

UBS Nursery School
presents

TILE SUNDOWNERS

A Chance for Parents & Preschoolers
to Have A Night on the Town

Come spend time with your Preschooler
from 6:30-8:30 p.m. on Wednesday evenings
November 30, December 7, 14 & 21

The evening will include crafts, stories, fun
and games, along with time for just free play.
You can share these activities with your children
and have a chance to chat with other adults as
well. From time to time special guests will be
or,f ERIENCES FOR fq
invited to teach and entertain.

COSPONSORED BY

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DR. MORTON HACK join-
ed more than 350 pedorthists,
medical professionals and
footwear industry experts
from across the United States
and Canada at the 1988
Prescription Footwear
Association's 30th anniver-
sary symposium in
Washington, D.C.
Dr. Hack has served as
president of the Prescription
Footwear Association (PFA)
as well as for the Board for
Certification in Pedorthics
(BCP). A frequent lecturer at
Northwestern University, Dr.
Hack has presented educa-
tional seminars throughout
the United States.

GERALD ROSENBAUM

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Jewish Families

Canainnny Can. Fman Ai Saainy Unind ... Sena.

Yes! Sign us up for the Sundowners Club!

One session:- $3.00 per family:
( ) November 30 ( ) December 7 ( ) December 14 ( ) December 21

( ) All four sessions - $10.00 per family

Dinner Option: 6:00-6:30 p.m. - $3.50 per dinner for one adult & one child

( ) November 30 ( ) December 7 ( ) December 14 ( ) December 21

(make checks payable to UHS Nursery School)

Total Enclosed $

Father's

Mother's

Family Name

Age

Child

Age

Child

Zip

City

Address

Please return this slip with your check to:
Carol Gale, United Hebrew Schools Nursery School,
21550 W. Twelve Mile Road, Southfield 48076

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has announced his reitrement
after nearly four decades as a
professor of psychology at
Wayne State University, and
founding the school's doctoral
program in clinical
psychology.
Rosenbaum, who came to
WSU in 1950 as an assistant
professor, has accepted a post
as a Distinguished Professor
at San Diego State Universi-
ty, and will serve as director
of clinical training in clinical
psychology for the joint doc-
toral program at San Diego
University and University of
California at San Diego
beginning in January.

Meizels Wins
Fellowship

Dr. Philip Meizels was nam-
ed a fellow of the Interna-
tional College of Cranio-
Mandibular Orthopedics.
Dr. Meizels received his
undergraduate education at
Wayne State University and
earned his D.D.S. degree from
the University of Detroit

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1988

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School of Dentistry, where he
is currently involved in
postgraduate studies in head
and neck anatomy. He has
been in private general prac-
tice for the past 25 years.
From 1964 to 1968 he
taught gross head and neck
anatomy and in 1972-1973
operative dentistry at the

University of Detroit. He also
has lectured on gross head
and neck anatomy at the
University of Southern
California. For 14 years Dr.
Meizels has lectured for the
United States Dental In-
stitute, Chicago, Ill.

Student Essay
Is Published

An essay, "Reflections on
Ice" written by Shoshana
Krieger has been published
in the November-December
issue of Young Author's
Magazine. Shoshana is a 12th
grade student at Sally Allan
Alexander Beth Jacob School
for Girls.
Shoshana's sister, Evelyn, is
the author of an article,
"Don't- Read Records in Ad-
vance" published in the
September issue of Learning
Magazine.
A 1987-1988 recipient of the
Horace Mann Grant, Evelyn
presented her work "Develop-
ing Reading Comprehension
Through Author Awareness"
at a recent Horace Mann Col-
oquim in Boston.
Evelyn is a graduate of the
Sally Allen Alexander Beth
Jacob School for Girls. She
received her bachelor's degree
in early childhood education
from New York University
and her master's degree in
remedial reading from Har-
vard. She is a junior high
school reading specialist in
Newton, Mass.
Shoshana and Evelyn are
the daughters of Byron and
Jocelyn Ruth Krieger of
Southfield.

GUtmann Is
Art Adviser

Dr. Joseph Gutmann, pro-
fessor of art history at Wayne
State University, was adviser
to an exhibit at the New York
Public Library.
The exhibit, "A Sign and a
Witness: 2,000 Years of
Hebrew Books and Il-
luminated Manuscripts" will
be on display until Jan. 14.
He also contributed a chapter
entitled "Forming the Great
Collections" to the catalogue
of the exhibition.
Dr. Gutmann will be the
featured speaker at the
CUNY Graduate Center in
New York on Monday. His
topic will be "What Can
Jewish History Learn from
Jewish Art?"
Dr. Gutmann gave a paper
"Masorah Figurata in the
Mikdashiyah: The Messianic
Temple in 14th-Century
Spain," at the International
Organization for Masoretic
Studies meeting in Chicago.

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