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September 26, 2003 - Image 86

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-09-26

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The Fine Stores of Lincoln Center
Wish Everyone a
Happy, Healthy New Year!



Greenfield at 10 1/2 Mile

• A.J. Wright
• Aldi
• Ashley Stewart
• Brenda's Beans & Greens
• Baskin Robbins
• Book Beat
• Bread Basket Deli
• Diliman Chiropractic
• Discount Uniform
• Dollar Castle
• Dots
• Errol Sherman Footcare
• Eyes Right Optical
• Glory Jewelers
• Kmart
• LA Insurance
• Lincoln Barber Shop
• Lincoln Medical Center & Skin
• Magic Touch Beauty Salon
• Metropolitan Dry Cleaners
• Payless Shoe Source
• Radio Shack
• Rainbow Apparel
• Rite Aid
• Secretary of State
• Strickley Kosher Meats
• T Nails
• White Castle/Church's Chicken

Fine Designer Furniture
Stunning Accessories
Fabulous Gifts ... and
Complimentary Gift Wrapping

6644 Orchard Lake Road at Maple
West Bloomfield
248 855-1600
Mon & Thur 10-9
Tue-Wed-Fri-Sat 10-6
Sun 12-5

For Me Best
Selection of 75
Unusual Gifts
Stiop Sberwood... It's worth it.


Here's To us.

Susan Gertner of Detroit has recently
become the first executive director of
the National Council of Jewish
Women, Greater Detroit Section.
During the past 20 years, Gertner has
held positions in the Detroit,
Hartford, Conn., and Flint Jewish
communities. Most recently, she was
executive director of Jewish
Cmmunity Services in Flint.

Gabriel Werba of Farmington Hills, a
principal of the Detroit-based public
and financial relations firm of
Durocher Dixson and Werba LLC,
has been named to the board of
directors of American Mensa, the
high IQ society. He will serve as the
organization's development officer.

The outstanding achievements and
contributions of senior citizens were
recognized at Michigan's 2003 Top
Ten Senior Awards ceremony at the
Trowbridge Senior Retirement
Community in Southfield. Among
the winners were Helen Salamon of
Southfield, senior in law category;
Frank Singer of Southfield, senior in
community service category, Suzanne
Brooks of Southfield, senior in health
and nutrition category, i .illian Dean
Title of West Bloomfield, senior in
volunteer service category.

Benjamin Naimark-Rowse, grand-
son of Norman and Helen Naimark
of Farmington Hills
and son of Susan
Naimark and John
Rowse of Boston, was
recently hired by the
Open Society Institute
in New York City. As
the program coordina-
tor for national crimi-
nal justice reform, he
will assist in developing
programs that promote law reform
grounded in protection of human
rights. Naimark-Rowse graduated
with honors from University of
Chicago in June 2003 with a degree
in international studies.

Elissa Berg of West
Bloomfield is a recent
master of science in
Jewish studies degree
recipient from the
Sperms Institute of
Jewish Studies in


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