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September 23, 1983 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-09-23

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40 Friday, September 23, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS :

NCJW Readies for Fashion Spree

The Fashion Spree Com-
mittee of National Council,
of Jewish Women, Greater
Detroit Section, is prepar-
ing for its third annual
Fashion Spree sale to be
held at the Southfield Civic
Center Oct. 16 and 17 from
9:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.

BINGO

Tuesdays, Sept. Only
7:00 P.M.
B'nai David

Southfield Rd. at 9 1/2 Mile

Music by

This year in addition to
new and gently used clo-
thing, the sale will feature
furs, jewelry, accessories
and small household collec-
tibles.
New this year are the
Needle Mania boutique;
new sweaters and other
garments handmade by
NCJW members, and the
Vintage collection, clothes
from yesteryear.
Anyone wishing to do-
nate to this sale may
bring items, clean and on
hangers to the - Fashion


Sam 'Barnett

Big or small, we custom
the music to your needs.
968 2563

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Gifts
ON THE BOARDWALK

Orchard Lake Rd., South of Maple

Spree Depot, 23121
Coolidge, on Mondays
from 9:30 a.m. to noon,
Tuesdays from 9:30 a.m.
to 3:30 p.m. or Fridays
from 12:30 to 3 p.m. For
pick-up, call the NCJW
office, 557-9604. All dona-
tions are tax deductible.
Chairman of Fashion
Spree III is Marjory Ansell.
Co-Vice Chairmen are Sally
Mayer and Carol Sue Co-
den. Vice President of the
Ways and Means Depart-
ment is Terran Leemis.

.

Ladies' Concert
Tickets Available

30% OFF I 40% OFF

Tickets are still available
for the ladies-only "A Touch
of Music" concert to be held
7:30 p.m. Sunday at Oak
Park High School, spon-
sored by the Ladies of the
Kollel Institute.
The concert will feature
folk singer and guitarist
Miriam Barry, pianist Patti
Ross and dancers Janet
Burg and Estie Grubner.
There is an admission
charge.

DALIA

Special Order Minimum 4 Five-Piece Settings.

30% OFF

30% OFF

SELECTED GROUPS OF DINNERWEAR

(Continued from Page 39)
call Jeanette Serling,
president, 968-8518.
* * *
NSHEI CHABAD,
Lubavitch Women's Organ-
ization, will have a Sukkot
party, featuring Oppie the
Clown, 2 p.m. Sunday at -the
Lubavitch Center, 14000 W.
Nine Mile, Oak Park. Chil-
dren age 5-12 are invited.
There is a nominal admis-
sion charge.

The Church Synod of Young Women's .
Breslau in 1267 prohibited
Jews and Christians from Chapter Forms
living in the same
Greater Detroit Council,
neighborhoods. As a result, Pioneer Women/Naamat,
special quarters (ghettoes) announces the formation of
were assigned to the Jews.
the Aviva group for young
women.
Among the programs in
the planning stages are
exercise parties, square
dances, Oriental cooking
demonstration's and •fund-_
raising.
A chartering ceremony
will take place in March.
Women who are interested
in joining should call field
consultant Phyllis Strome,
855-31 18
626-4729 or 967-4750.

FIRST BIRTHDAY SPECIAL SALE
STAINLESS STEEL

YAMAZAKI I

Women's Clubs

All Vannes-Le-Chatel CRYSTAL

NEW FROM ISRAEL!

HAND-PAINTED SELECTION

Malter Furs

etteyni

A FUR FASHION SALE
WITH FABULOUS SAVINGS
ALL OUR BEAUTIFUL STYLES
REDUCED FROM

LTER

OF HARVARD
ROW

21742 W. 11 MILE RD. SOUTHFIELD, MI 48076

PHONE: 358-0850

PRIMROSE BENEV- Refreshments will be
OLENT CLUB will meet served. Prospective mem-
noon Tuesday at the North- bers and guests are invited.
* * *
gate East Apts. club house.
Petite luncheon will be
MASSADA CHAPTER,
served. President Irene Pioneer Women/ Naamat,
Rodman will ask for reports will hold a regular meeting
from the committees plan- 12:30 p.m. Tuesday in the
ning the donor. For reserva- home of May Weintraub,
tions, call pledge chairmen, 23600 Riverside, Apt. 1727,
Rose Garon, 547-0253; or Southfield. Guest speaker
Bess Gruskin, 355-4052.
will be Isabella Slutsky.
** *
Dessert luncheon will be
DIMONA CHAPTER, served.
Pioneer Women/ Naamat,
** *
will meet noon Tuesday in
HELEN
ROSENBERG
the home of Miriam Hober-
man, 14090 Ludlow, Oak CANCER FIGHTERS,
Park. Educator Menahem City of Hope, will hold its
Glazer will speak on "Suk- first general meeting 8 p.m.
kot and Other Jewish Holi- Monday at the Laurel
days." Luncheon will be Woods Apts. club house.
served. For reservations, There will be a skin care
call Ms. Hoberman, 548- demonstration and the
9133; or co-hostess Sally group's 31st birthday cele-
Solomon, 546-5269. There is bration. Refreshments will
be served. Guests are wel-
a charge.
come.
** *
** *
GOLDA MEIR CHAP-
BETH SHALOM SIS-
TER, Pioneer Women/ TERHOOD will hear Dr.
Naamat, will hold a regular Jeffrey Kottler, author of
meeting noon Oct. 3 in the • "Mouthing Off," at an oneg
Kristen Towers, 25900 Shabat 2 p.m. Saturday in
Greenfield, Suite 205E, Oak the synagogue. Refresh-
Park. The Simhat Torah ments will be served. Ad-
luncheon will be discussed. mission is free.

Dr,. Agnes Mansour to Speak
to Federation Women's Group

Dr. Agnes Mary Man-
sour, director of the Michi-
gan Department of Social
Services, will be the sea-
son's first speaker for the
Business and Professional
Section of the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation Women-'s
Division.
Career women are invited
to the supper meeting,
which begins at 6 p.m. Oct. 3
at the Standard'Club North,
28625 Northwestern High-
way, Southfield.
President of Detroit's
Mercy College from 1971
until early this year, Dr.
Mansour is a trained
chemist and biochemist
with degrees from Mercy
College and Washington
D.C.'s Catholic and
Georgetown universities.
She was a nun for 30 years,
before leaving the Roman
Catholic sisterhood this
year.
The Business and Pro-
fessional Section, for-
merly called Career
Women, is intended to

DR. AGNES MANSOUR

help working women re-
main active in the Jewish
communal life in Detroit
and on behalf of Israel
and Jews around the
world.

For dinner reservations
or information about the
Business and Professional
Section,. . call Bertha
Chomsky at Federation,
965-3939, ext. 156.

UHS Women Plan Donor ,

The Woman's Auxiliary
Donor luncheon com-
of United Hebrew Schools mittee chairmen include:
will have a donor luncheon Mesdames Jacob Axel-
12:15 p.m. Nov. 9 at Cong. rod, Dov Boros, Harvey
Beth Achim.
Bronstein, Georg
Funds raised will be Gantz, Louis Grossman,
awarded to UHS students Ralph Levy, Gershon
and alumni. Applicants Lipenholtz, Jack Mickel,
may receive funds toward Abraham' Pasternak and
teacher training programs Allan Weiner.
and scholarships to attend
For reservations and tic-
Hebrew-speaking summer ket information, contact
camps. Grants for study Mrs. Grossman, 851-5666;
programs in Israel at the or Mrs. Levy, 357-0424.
high school and college level
are available.
You can fool some of the
Contributions also help to people all of the time, and
supply books for the Mid- all of the people some of the
rasha Library and assist time, but you cannot fool all
with Jewish education of of the people all of the time.
, ..13414ala.chil4reu,
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