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January 18, 1980 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-01-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

36 Friday, Unary 18, 1980

Women's Clubs

LENNY
LIEBERMAN

Orchestra
559-0844

Quality Music
Disco Dance Instruction
Floor Show
(audience participation)

ALL IN ONE

GLENNWOOD CHAP-
TER, Women's American
ORT, will hold a general
meeting 7:30 p.m. Wednes-
day in the Franklin Pointe
Apts. club house. Dr. De-
borah Bright, author of

If you're not
wearing it, sell it.

You can't enjoy jewelry if it's sitting in your safe
deposit box. Sell it for immediate cash. We pur-
chase fine gems, Diamonds and Gold Jewelry.
A service to private owners, banks and estates.
Call 642-5575.

Norman Allan

Gemologist - Diamontologist
Established

MN TELEGRAPH ROAD, SURE 134
B1RIIIII9W1, PERM MO

1919

Looking for the right
style of music to make
your special event an
affair to remember?

NATE RONDELL,
Organist, plays music
from the big band era
to the music of today.

Weddings — Anniversaries
Bar & Bat Mitzvas — Club Events
Call 272-7586 or 855-1400

Let NATE ROWELL'S superb, sophisticated,
romantic organ sounds fill your needs.

"Creative Relaxation," will
speak on "How to Relax and
Relieve Stress and Ten-
sion." Refreshments will be
served. Visitors are wel-
come. For information, call
Vivian Karlinsky, 355-
3128.
• • •

BUSINESS AND PRO-
FESSIONAL CHAPTER,
Women's American ORT,
will hold a social evening 8
p.m. Monday in the home of
Roz Citrin, 24786 Sussex,
Oak Park. Guests are wel-
come. For reservations, call
Ms. Citrin, 967-4039.
• • •
BNAI DAVID SIS-
TERHOOD will hold a
regular meeting noon Jan.
28 in the synagogue. Attor-

NCJW to Mark
Council Week

Council Week 1980 will
be highlighted with a gen-
eral meeting 8 p.m. Thurs-
day at Temple Beth El.
To honor NCJW volun-
teers, the popular "A
Maizin' Blues" of the Uni-
versity of Michigan will
entertain. Relatives and
friends are invited.
Other programs during
Council Week include an
open board meeting 9:30
a.m. Tuesday at the NCJW
offices and the celebration
of Council Sabbath at De-
troit area temples and
synagogues, Jan. 25 and 26.

ney Stuart Sinai will speak
on "Legal Rights for
Women." Luncheon will be
served. There is a nominal
charge. For reservations,
call Irene Light 545-0913;
Barbara Traison, 557-8257;
or the synagogue, 557-8210.
• • •
OAK PARK NSHEI
CHABAD STUDY
GROUP (10 Mile area) will
meet 3 p.m. Saturday in the
home of Mrs. Pinkas
Kupfer, 13520 Dartmouth.
Rabbi Shlomo Rothenberg
will speak. The Nine Mile
area group will not meet.
• • *
TEMPLE EMANIJ-E L
SISTERHOOD will hold
its annual birthday lunch-
eon noon Jan. 28 at the tem-
ple. The afternoon will fea-
ture "Luncheon in a Jar," a
fashion show and a packing
demonstration. Guests are
welcome. There is a charge.
A babysitter will be avail-
able. For reservations, call
Jane Finkelstein, 557-2624;
or Ann Ross, 544-2589.

LAKE HILLS CHAP-
TER, Women's American
ORT, will sponsor a day of
beauty and health 10 a.m.
Monday in the DeRoy
Studio Theater in the main
Jewish Community Center
complex. Among the speak-
ers are Kitty Wagner, skin
care and cosmetics; Joan
Wittenberg, nutrition;
Gerald Haynes, hair dres-

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STOREWIDE SALE

*off nationally advertised retail, all sales final

Super Prices On These Items

Mikasa 20 piece set - reg. $100 NOW $25
Selected Van Teal sculpture - reg. $108 NOW $65
Selected stainless cutlery - 50% OFF
Fitz & Floyd discontinued patterns - 4.0% OFF
Block China discontinued patterns - 50% OFF & more
Select collection of crystal animals - reg. $22.50 NOW $14
Glass dishes odd pieces - 25' EACH
Odd lucite serving trays - $7 and up
Select crystal candlesticks - reg. $17.50 NOW $9

limited quantity, while supply lasts

OUR EVERYDAY LOW PRICES ARE LOWER THAN MOST RETAIL SALE PRICES

SAVE ON THINGS FOR THE
Kitchen, Dining Room, Giftware, Dinnerware, Den,
Crystal, Lucite and more...
A FEW BRAND NAMES... AND MORE

ser; and Sylvia Zukin, phys-
ical fitness. A babysitter
will be available. There is a
charge, and tickets will be
available at the door.
• • •
ACHIEZER will hold its
annual winter games night
8 p.m. Tuesday at Cong.
Bnai Israel-Beth Yehudah.
Chairmen for the evening
are: Sara Bricker, Estelle
Gelberman and Sandy Sin-
gal. Co-hostacses are: Judy
Saks, Malka Blumenfeld,
Shard Meer and Yocheved
Liss.

• • •

MAIMONIDES MEDI-
SOCIETY
CAL

WOMEN'S AUXILIARY
will meet noon Jan. 29 at
the Sussex House restau-
rant. Cantor Chaim

• • •

DEGANIA CHAPTER,

Pioneer Women, will have a
movie night 8:30 p.m. Jan.
26 at the Hidden Rivers
Apts. club house. There is a
charge. Couples and friends
are invited. Refreshments
will be served. For reserva-
tions, call Jackie Zeff, 967-
3627; or Sandy Lerner,
355-3295.

Midrasha, Hadassah Sponsor
Series of Classes at UHS

The Midrasha — College
of Jewish Studies, in coop-
eration with the Metropoli-
tan Detroit Chapter of
Hadassah, will sponsor a
mini-mester series Jan.
30-Feb. 27 at the main
United Hebrew Schools
building.
Classes to be held 8 p.m.
Wednesdays and their in-
structors are:
"American Jewish Liter-
ature," Dr. Larry Berkove;
"A Middle East Seminar:
What Are the Prospects for
Peace?," Nancy Good;
"Hatching, Matching and
Dispatching: An 'Introduc-
tion to the Jewish Life Cy-
cle," Rabbi Alan Lucas;
"Talking to Bubie and
Zayde: An Introduction to
Yiddish," Moshe Nobel; "An
Introduction to Selected
Problems in Jewish Philos-
ophy — Why Believe in
God? Is There a Jewish Way
of Thinking," Dr. Gerald

Teller, and "Beginner's He-
brew — Reading and Con-
versation." •

Second hour classes,
beginning at 9 p.m, and
their instructors include:

Jan. 30, "The Image of
Women in American Jewish
Literature," Dr. Jacqueline
Zeff, Wayne State Univer-
sity; Feb. 6, "Aliya and the
Phenomenon of Aging," Dr.
Boaz Kahana, Oakland
University; Feb. 13, "In-
tergenerational Interaction
and Family Relationships,"
Dr. Eva Kahana, Wayne
State University; Feb. 20
and 27, "The World of
Jewish Art," Deanna
Sperka, artist.

Advance paid reserva-
tions are due by Wednes-
day. Checks should be made
payable to the Midrasha.
For information, call the
Midrasha, 354-1050 or
352-7117.

Mizrachi Leader, Cantor
on Batya Donor Program

Sarah Shane, immediate
past national president of
American Mizrachi women,
will be the guest speaker at
the annual donor dinner of
Batya Chapter 6 p.m. Sun-
day at Young Israel of
Oak-Woods.
Mrs. Shane has made
several trips to Israel,
where she visited American
Mizrachi Women child care
social service and educa-
tional institutions.
In October 1972, she was
a member of a 20-women
task force which consulted

SARAH SHANE
with the late Prime Minis-
ter Golda Meir, Abba Eban,
David Ben-Gurion and
other top Israeli leaders to
discuss social welfare needs.

Arita China, Artex, Arzberg, Astrolite, Block China, Carol Ann Pottery, Contex
Lucite, Daum, Denby, Fitz & Floyd, Gerber Legendary, Howard Miller Clocks, I ttala,
Kosta Boda, Mikasa, Nissen, Oxford Hall, Salton, Sango, Schott-Zwiesel, Supreme
Cutlery, Val St. Lambert, VanTeal, Vannes Le Chatel, & Wedgwood.

24901 Northwestern
Suite 114
Southfield
352-9190

Najman of Cong. Shaarey
Zedek will present a musi-
cal program. He will be ac-
companied by guitarist
Carol Lasser. President
Gail Tukel invites guests.
There is a charge. Chair-
man-of the day is Anita
Taylor. She will be assisted
by Linda Boodin, Pearlena
Bodzin and Linda Ditkoff.

Appearing, on the pro-
gram with Mrs. Shane
will be Cantor Chaim
Najman of Cong. Shaarey
Zedek, who will sing Is-
raeli and Yiddish songs
and present cantorial
selections.

Hours
Mon-Sat
10:00 to 5:00

CANTOR NAJMAN

Dr. and Mrs. Arnold
Zuroff will be the guests of
honor.

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