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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-10-28

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44 Friday, October 28, 1983

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KIDS CABARET AT DOMINICO'S SAT., NOV. 5, 12:30 pm
Magic, Audience Participation & Lunch
Reservations, 541-7670
* * * MIMES ... DISC JOCKEYS

TEMPLE KOL AMI
SISTERHOOD will hold

items featured.

its annual pre-holiday
shopping bazaar 10 a.m.-5
p.m. Nov. 6 at the temple.
Clothes, toys, ceramics and
jewelry will be among the

BNAI MOSHE SIS-
TERHOOD will hear

appiegate square •

35 4- 1 242

29991 northwestern • southfield

moncloy thru solurday 10-5 30 • thursday 10-8

HAVE WE GOT A TREAT
FOR YOU . . . AT

• • •

Halloween Sale

50%

up to
OFF
ON SELECT FALL MERCHANDISE

Open Sunday, Oct. 30th 12-5

Dods not apply to previous purchases.

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Dvorah Rosenberg, na-
tional adult education
chairman of the Women's
League for Conservative
Judaism, at its annual
Torah Fund luncheon 11:45
a.m. Nov. 9 in the syna-
gogue. Helen Weiss will be
honored. Admission to the
luncheon is by reservation
only, and entry is gained
with a pledge to the Torah
.Fund Residence Halls cam-
paign. For reservations, call
Della Hirschbein, 547-0286;
Anne Milgrom, 547-2226; or
Eva Kohn, 626-6133.

* * *

Fri., Oct. 28, Sat., Oct. 29, Sun., Oct. 30
and Mon., Oct. 31

All sales final.

* *

exclusive apparel for
discriminating women

HARMONY CHAP-
TER, Women's American

ORT, will have its Hanuka
sale 5-9 p.m. Nov. 7 at Baby
and Me, 24901 Northwest-
ern Hwy., Southfield. Pro-
ceeds will benefit the ORT
school building fund. The
public is invited.

* * *

PURITY CHAPTER,

Order of the Eastern Star,
will hold its installation of
officers at 7:45 p.m. Monday
in the IOOF Temple, 3248
W. 12 Mile, Berkley. Offi-
cers for 1983-1984 are: Sara
Hochman, worthy matron;
Alexander Weiner, worthy
patron; Dorothy King, asso-
ciate matron; Sylvia Rimar,
secretary; Sarah Adler,
treasurer; and Shirley
Cash, conductress.

* * *

WOMEN'S BICUR
CHOLEM ORGANIZA-
TION will hold a special

meeting noon Monday in
the MCL club room. Results
of the donor luncheon will
be discussed.

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PARKWOOD CHAP-
TER, Women's American

ORT, will hold its member-
ship luncheon noon Wed-
nesday in the Knob-in-
the-Woods Apts. club house.
Claudia Gold will review
"Temple" by Robert Green-
field. President Lillian
Goodman invites guests.
There is a nominal charge.
For reservations, call Helen
Stebbins, 358-1747; or Mol-
lie Aston, 569-4736. Hospi-
tality chairman is Cele
Jacobs. Ms. Stebbins is
chairman of the day. •
* * *

_ BETH ABRAHAM
HILLEL MOSES SIS-
TERHOOD will have its

annual paid-up, member-
ship luncheon noon Nov. 9
in the synagogue. Paid-up
members will be admitted
free of charge. There will be
a musical program featur-
ing Martha Warren. For
reservations, call Sophia
Feldman, 626-9515; Sarah
Last, 968-0079; or the syna-
gogue, 851-6880.

* * *

THE LADIES HOUSE
COMMITTEE of Young Is-

rael of Greenfield will hold a
luncheon noon Nov. 8 in the
synagogue, announce co-
chairmen Raiselle Snow,
Miriam Hoberman and
Sarah Bricker. There is a
charge. Babysitting serv-
ices will be available by

* * *

EVERGREEN
GROUP, Hadassah, will

meet 7:45 p.m. Wednesday
in the Whitehall Apts. club
house. Lawrence Jackier,
communal leader, will
speak on "The Falashas."
Guests are welcome. For in-
formation, call Mrs. Ber-
nard Axelrad, 557-5546.
* * *

TEMPLE BETH EL
SISTERHOOD will have a

dinner 7 p.m. Tuesday in
the Handleman Hall of the
temple. William Flynn, vice
president and general man-
ager of Channel 2, will
speak on "The Need for New
Faces." There is a charge.
Guests are invited. For
reservations, call Lily
Gottfurcht, 557-2175;
Selma Goldstone, 546-7779;
or Shirley Burnett, 626-
8078.

* * *

OAK PARK NSHEI
CHABAD STUDY
GROUP(10 Mile Area) will

meet 2:30-p.m. Saturday in
the home of Mrs. Aaron Be-
rman, 15121 Leslie. Rabbi
Berman will speak. The
Nine Mile Area group will
meet 2:30 p.m. Saturday in
the home of Mrs. Yitschak
M. Kagan, 23080 Parklawn.
Rabbi Kagan will speak.

Campaign Women Have Training

Jewish Welfare Federa-
The session is mandatory
tion• Women's Division for all Women's Division
members who plan to work •Campaign workers. Train-
on the 1984 Allied Jewish ing hours are 9 a.m. to 1
Campaign will meet Mon- p.m. and lunch will be
day for Briefer Training served.
Day at United Hebrew
Addressing the group
Schools.
will be Wayne Feinstein,
The half-day program executive vice president
serves to educate Campaign of the Jewish Welfare
workers on the increased Federation of Detroit.
needs of Federation's agen-
cies and other recipients of
Allied Jewish Campaign
funds.

Linda Lee is chairman of
the Women's Division brief-
ing team. Her associate
chairmen are Susan Pappas
and Donna Slatkin.
Ellen Labes is Women's
Division president. Cam-
paign chairman is Marlene
Borman, who is assisted by
associate Campaign chair-
man Sharon Hart.

Members of the Greater
Detroit Council, Pioneer
Women/Naamat, will be the
models for the fashion show
to be presented at the
women's annual donor
luncheon 12:30 p.m. Sunday
at Adat Shalom Synagogue.
President Lee Wagman
announces Peggy Norton,
director of the public affairs
committee of the Jewish
United Fund of Chicago,
will be the guest speaker.
Ruth L. Miller, coor-
dinator for the fashion
show, said the clothing for
the show is coming direct
from the recent national
convention in Baltimore,
Md.

will be Shirlee Katzman,
Carolyn Kanet, Joyce
Miller, Bess Frumin,
Robin Negrin, Evelyn
Rosen, Phyllis Strome
and Ruth Talmon. Mrs.
Seymour Kraus will pro-
vide background music.

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hold a victory luncheon
noon Tuesday in the MCL
Cafeteria, announces Mrs.
Alex Dorchen, president.
The organization honored
Mrs. Ben Komisar as its
"woman of the year."

reservation. An original
skit entitled, "How to
Choose a Rabbi," will be
performed by Saundra Sin-
gal, Blanche Burg, Yehudis
Rabinowitz, Judy Blues-
tein, Ruth Levi and Mrs.
Hoberman. Dorit Flatt will
render the musical selec-
tions. For reservations and
information, call Paula
Katz, 967-3609; or the syn-
agogue office, 967-3655,
Monday through Thursday,
12:30-4:30 p.m.

Pioneer Women Members
Model Fashions at Donor

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The Jewish News will
have early deadlines for
the issue of Nov. 11, Vete-
rans' Day, a postal holi-
day.
The early deadlines will
be: local news, noon Fri-
day, Nov. 4; display adver-
tising, 3 p.m. Friday, Nov.
4; classified display, 2:30
p.m. Monday, Nov. 7; and
regular classified, noon
Tuesday, Nov. 8.
The issue of Nov. 11 will
be mailed early and should
be delivered by the post
office on Thursday, Nov.
10. The Jewish News
offices will be open on Fri-
day, Nov. 11.

Modeling the fashions

The afternoon also will be
the occasion to introduce
the new and revised edition
of the Pioneer Women/
Naamat cookbook.
Bess Berris,. Naamat vice
president, is chairman of
the day.

In 1940, nearly 75 percent
of the AmeriCan Jewish
population lived in New
York, Philadelphia, Boston
and Chicago.

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