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September 11, 1992 - Image 114

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-09-11

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I ANN ARBOR I' m

Maimonides Society
Hears Dr. Giles

6

They're very friendly and
convenient for me. They're
open Saturdays. . . 9 9

JOE MACHIORLAM
Mr. Joe's Bar

Southfield

Franklin Bank continues to win friends,
with features people tell us are important
to them. Like caring financial professionals
who take the time to understand your
needs. Banking hours that work with your
schedule. And commercial checking with
the lowest fees in metropolitan Detroit.

When you're a small business or practice,
you appreciate the importance of personal
service and attention to customer needs.
So do we.

Come in or call today to be a part of the
good things happening at Franklin Bank.

358-5170

FDIC INSURED

Southfield • Birmingham • Grosse Pointe Woods

Dr. Conrad Giles, a past
president of the Jewisk
Federation of Metropolitan
Detroit, will speak on "Th-e
Jewish Physician: Doing Our
Part" at a fall brunch of the
Maimonides Society of the
Jewish Federation of
Washtenaw County 10:3
a.m.-noon Sept. 20 at the
home of Dr. and Mrs. Ak2].
Sugar, 3780 Fox Hunt Drive,
Ann Arbor.
Dr. Giles is the Chief or
Pediatric Ophthalmology at
Children's Hospital in Detroi
and a clinical professor at
Wayne State University. Hjs.
involvement with Jewish
philanthropy includes sery
ing as a vice president of the
Council of Jewish Federatioils-
and a vice chairman for Na-
tional UJA.
Dr. Giles was instrumental
in creating the Michigan/
Israel Cornea Connection,
program whereby Michigan
donors provide corneas f^,r
transplant operations in
Israel.

Maimonides Society mem-
bership is open to all physi-
cians and dentists who make
a minimum contribution of
$1,000 to the annual Federar
tion campaign.
For information, call t
center, 971-0990.

Apples And Honey
Celebration

Apples & Honey & Lots,
Lots More, the corn-
munitywide celebration of
the Jewish High Holy Days
sponsored by the Washtenaw
County Jewish Community
Center, will be held 1-4 p.m.
Sept. 20 at the JCC.
Apples & Honey features
the sights, sounds, tastes and
smells of this special season.
This year's event will have a i
special focus on klezme-
music and an opportunity to
view works by local Jewish
artists and craftpersons.
Rabbi Aharon Goldstein Jf
Ann Arbor Chabad will help
young people with hands-on
activity.
Applies & Honey is spon-
sored by the JCC with the
cooperation of Beth Israel'
Congregation, Temple Be4h
Emeth, Chabad House,
Hebrew Day School, the
Jewish Cultural Society, ORT,
Hadassah and other local
Jewish organizations.
Admission for Apples and
Honey is $1 for adults and
cents for children.

The practice of virtue, that is
the most saintly manner
worshipping God.
—Josephus

114

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1992

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