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October 08, 1982 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-10-08

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NCJW Plans 2nd Fashion Spree

HOLIDAY
GIFT BASKETS
10% Off 1 basket

Greater Detroit Section,
National Council of Jewish
Women, will hold its second
annual Fashion Spree sale
9:30 a.m.-8 p.m. Oct. 17 and
18 at the Southfield Civic
Center.
The sale will include
gently used and new de-
signer and label family clo-
thing, furs, accessories,
children's clothing and

ANNIVERSARIES, BIRTHDAYS,
SYMPATHY, HOSPITAL, ETC.
5 695 and up

Delivery Available

, C HEERS

30 00 Town Center!

4

(In The Lobby)

357-234

MOVING?
Priced Sale of Household Furnishings
Professionally Conducted In Your Home
Estate Liquidators

EDMUND FRANK & Co.

Liquidators

Appraisers

368-4044

875-7650

Member of Antique Appraisal Assoc. of America

Let the

1 5( RAIN DOCTOR

write the best prescription for
your sprinkler needs

Jeffrey Schreiber

968-0487

No Sabbath Calls

Shop around and compare. Then bring us your best price. Well beat it.
You will soon discover who has the lowest price and the largest selection
of diamonds anwhere. Hundreds of settings to choose from.

HOWARD S. NISKAR • CIA ACCREDITED DIAMOND APPRAISER

You'll Need Us — To Be Sure!!

VISA

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PIANto

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Expert Wald' X
Jewelry Repair

THE DIAMOND PEOPLE
FOR OVER 50 YEARS"

30555 Southfield Rd. • Congress Bldg., Suite 100
Southfield, Mi. • 1 block south of 13 Mile Rd. • 645-9200

Window Fashion Sale

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60% OF

Horizontal 1" Blinds
Horizontal 1 & 2" Wood Blinds
Vertical Blinds
Verosol Blinds
By
Window Shades
Woven Woods
Insulated Fabric Shade
Carpet Anso IV

• Levolor
• Delmar
• Solardrape
• Graber
• Galaxy

Free Measure & Installation

The Great CM/et-Up

BIRMINGHAM

540-2244

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clothes for the fuller figure.
Proceeds from the two-
day sale will benefit NCJW
projects, including Meals on
Wheels, Orchards Chil-
dren's Services, SPACE,
educational services, burn
prevention programs, Court

Appointed Special Advo-
cates, WICS women's coali-
tion and the access guide for
the handicapped and el-
derly.
For details, call Sandy
Goosen at the NCJW offices,
557-9604.

Pioneer Women/ Naamat Plan
Donor Lunch at Adat Shalom

Greater Detroit Council,
Pioneer Women / Naamat,
will have its annual donor
luncheon noon Oct. 26 at
Adat Shalom Synagogue,
announces donor chairman
Frieda Leemon.
Jonathon Livny, Israel's
former attorney general for
the West Bank, will be the
guest speaker. Entertain-
ment will be provided by the
Michigan Opera Theater.
Renee Shuster is vice
president of funds and Eve-
lyn Noveck is president of
the council. There is a
charge, and members
should make reservations

Women Enlist
for Cancer Study

Region,
Michigan
Women's American ORT,
has provided volunteers for
the American Cancer
Society cancer prevention
study.
Volunteers and their
chapters are:
Mary Lee Fishman,
chairman of the region
executive committee, Town
and Country Chapter; Terri
Shapiro, Artisans; Marlene
Hoffman, Country Corners;
Sarah Glicklin, Greater De-
troit Business and Profes-
sional; Toby Kiritsis, Lib-
erty; Lauren Koenigsberg,
Silverbrooke; Joanne Dennr
Southwoods; Jenny
Dorfman, Spring Arbor;
Patricia Ribiat, Summerset
Woods.

Lamb Stew

Friday, i141001,119132 53

THEp I RQIf JEWISH yaws

BILL
MEYER
MUSIC
355-2721

Women's Concert
Benefits Needy

Yad-Eliezer ladies will
have a concert to benefit the
needy in Jerusalem 7:30
p.m. Oct. 17 at Oak Park
High School Auditorium.
Folksinger Miriam Barry
and Gloria Gardin, vio-
linist, will entertain. Sunny
Segal will perform a Yeme-
nite dance. Janet Berg and
Estie Grubner also will per-
form a dance.
For tickets and informa-
tion, call Golda Cohen,
968-2429; or Hannah 'Sil-
verstein, 557-6350.

PEOPLE'S
CHOICE
459-7287

INNO-
VATIONS
589-2478

. • • where art doesn't
stop on the walls.
Hand-painted clothing

Hand-crafted jewelry
One-of-a-kind clay pieces
Custom framing
Bridal registry


FRIEDA LEEMON

with their chapter donor
chairmen.
For details, call the
Pioneer Women / Naamat
office, 967-4750.
Irmo Essommosamosommomi

and gallery -,e>,.

LOEHMANN'S OF HUNTERS SQUARE MALL
14 Mile and Orchard Lake Rood • Farmington Hills
855-4488
Hours: Mon., Tues., Thur., Sat. 10-5:30
Wed. & Fri. 10-9 ; Sun. 12-5

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Off
On ALL Drycleaning'

50%

By NORMA BARACH

(Copyright 1982, JTA, Inc.)

3 lbs. boneless lamb, cut in
cubes
oil
flour
3 large cloves garlic, crushed
2 large onions, sliced into
rings
salt, pepper
3 tbsps. tomato paste
1 large bay leaf
3 stalks celery, cut into 1-inch
pieces
8 carrots, cut into thirds
6 turnips, cut into quarters
2 lbs. potatoes, cut into quar-
ters
1 green pepper, cut into strips
1 /4 lb. fresh mushrooms, whole
Brown meat quickly in hot
oil in a Dutch oven. Sprinkle
flour into pot and stir until flour
turns brown. Add garlic, on-
ion, salt, pepper and water to
cover meat. Dissolve tomato
paste with one cup hot water.
Stir into meat. Bring to a boll,
reduce to simmer, cover and
cook 1 1/4 hours. Add vegeta-
bles and cook another hour or
until vegetables are soft. If
necessary, add more water.
Serves 6-8. If you omit the
potatoes, the stew can be fro-
zen._

Elected to Post

Council
Southfield
member Suzanne Goldstein
was recently elected secre-
tary of Michigan Women in
Municipal Government.

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