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March 31, 1995 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-03-31

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Anatomy
of a Doctor

The "common"

gray hair

Sneeze-snot
from the kid
with chickenpox

Divorce Issues
Are Discussed

The file of the moaning
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Divorce (state-of-the-art) Issues
will be discussed at seminar pre-
sented by the Michigan Trial
Lawyers Association and moder-
ated by attorney Sandor M. Gel-
man. The seminar will take place
on Tuesday, April 11, at the Sher-
aton Oaks in Novi from 9 a.m. to
5 p.m.
Highlighting the program will
be Deborah G. Tyner, judge of the
Oakland County Circuit Court,
who will discuss the use of con-
tempt to enforce judgments; at-
torney Henry Baskin of Henry
Baskin, P.C., who will discuss self
help (discovery, private investi-
gators, electronic listening, etc.)
with legal ramifications; and at-
torney Joel H. Serlin of Seyburn,
Kahn, Ginn, Bess, Deitch & Ser-
lin, P.C., who will discuss the re-
tainer agreement (liens, interest
and arbitration.).
For information, contact San-
dor Gelman, (810) 643-6654.

Temple Hosts
Lecture Series

On Monday, April 3, at 8:30 p.m.
Rabbi Sherwin Wine of the Birm-
ingham Temple will present the
first of four talks on the theme
"The End of the War: Fifty Years
Later."
A discussion will follow the
presentation. For information,
call the temple office, 477-1410.
There is a charge.

Alpha Omega
Election Meeting

Detroit Auxiliary of Alpha Omega
will have its election meeting and
luncheon on Wednesday, April 5,
at noon at Tam O'Shanter Coun-
try Club. Fashions, hair designs
and make-up will be part of the
program.
For information, call Bev
Bloom, 681-8440.

by Felix Cruz

Hearing Aid Specialist

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ATTENTION, READERS! WE
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think these hints and advice about
hearing are a useful service to the
community? We at CRUZ HEAR-
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users should practice localizing the
source of sounds by listening with
their eyes closed.

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