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May 05, 1989 - Image 74

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-05-05

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I HERE'S TO .

We've
Moved

Independent
Automotive
Service
and Paul Gingold has moved to a

new and larger facility . . . only a
few short miles away. We are now
located at

DR. BERTON LONDON, a
cardiologist and senior part-
ner in Cardiovascular
Associates, will be the guest
of honor at the Indus Medical
Foundation's sixth annual
banquet Saturday at the
Hyatt Regency Hotel. Dr.
London has dealt with the
health needs of the people of
India over the past 20 years.

•Custom Mirror Walls • Bi-fold Mirror Doors
•Sliding Mirror Doors • Heavy Plate Glass Table Tops
•Glass Pedestals with Brass or
Chrome Connectors Any Size
•Custom Shower Doors

24225 Orchard Lake Road

at 10 Mile Road in Farmington Hills.

As of May 1, 1989, we will be open
for business to offer complete
repair and maintenance service,
customer lounge, more parking
and loaner car availability for over-
night repairs (by appointment
only).

We, of course, will continue to of-
fer the same courteous auto ser-
vice that made us famous in the
past on import and domestic
automobiles.

Your patronage has been greatly
appreciated. Present this an-
nouncement and receive a free
emission test (value $10) with an
oil change.

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We look forward to seeing
you at our new location.

473-8300

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FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1989

JUDITH MILLER was
elected to the national board
of ARZA — the Association of
Reform Zionists of America —
at the ARZA national
assembly in Boston. Mrs.
Miller is on the board of
trustees of Temple Israel and
is the incoming chairman of
the religious school
committee.

DR. ROBERT J. SOKOL

has been named dean of the
Wayne State University
School of Medicine. He came
to Wayne State University in
1983 as professor and chair-
man of the department of
obstetrics/gynecology and
chief of obstetrics/gynecology
at Hutzel Hospital and The
Detroit Medical Center. Sokol
also assumes duties as chair-
man of the medical board of
The Detroit Medical Center.

32671 Northwestern Hwy.
Farmington Hills

Two locations to serve you

547-1214 • Berkley Store

CONTEMPORARY

• furniture
• lighting
• wall decor
• gifts
• silk florals
• interiors

SALE

Spring is blooming and CASUAL LIVING MODES
is celebrating by offering savings on
EVERYTHING from 20.50% OFF!

casual
living
modes

For the best in contemporary home furnishings
and accessories for over 35 years!

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SEENTH HEAVEN

Hunter's Square Orchard Lake Rd. at 14 Mile

Farmington Hills

855.3777

Mon., Tues„ Sot. 10-6
Wed., Thurs., Fri 10.9
Sun. 12-5

Magazine Cites
WSU Student

A Wayne State University
junior has developed a pic-
torial computer guide to first
aid for young school children.
For the accomplishment he
has been chosen for special
recognition by
Time
magazine.
Aaron Milstone, a biological
sciences major, received the
College Achievement Award
during ceremonies last month
at Time's New York head-
quarters. He also received
recognition of the honor at
the April meeting of Wayne
State's Board of Governors.
Milstone received a $3,000
scholarship for being chosen
from a pool of 600 candidates,
which had been selected from
more than 40,000 applica-
tions submitted to the
magazine.
He will appear in the May
22 edition, along with 19
other students considered by
the publication to be the top
juniors from colleges and
universities from around the
United States. The contest,
which is in its third year, was
co-sponsored by Volkswagen-
United States.
Last year the program earn-
ed Milstone several other ac-
colades; the Congressional
Medal of Merit from the U.S.
Congress, and a commenda-
tion from IBM.

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