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October 12, 1984 - Image 70

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-10-12

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t 70 Friday; October 12, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Leona

A Healthy
and Happy
New Year

FOR WOMEN

WHERE HANDBAGS & JEWELRY
ARE A STATEMENT OF FASHION!

Hunters Square, 31065 Orchard Lake Rd. at 14 Mile

851-4460

Mon. thru Sat. 10-6, Wed. & Fri. 10-9, SUNDAY 12-5

elk FAMILY LIVING CENTER
TWO NEW PROGRAMS FOR MOMS

BETH SHALOM SISTER-
HOOD announces Thursday is

MONDAYS, 9:15 a.m. - 10:45 a.m.

MONDAYS, 1 1:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

the reservation deadline for its
annual paid-up membership
luncheon scheduled for noon Oct.
25 in the synagogue social hall.
The afternoon will include the in-
duction of new members and a
show entitled, "A Touring Show of
Period Costumes," presented by
the Meadow Brook Theater Guild.
Members and prospective mem-
bers must pay their dues by
Thursday to be eligible to attend
the luncheon for which there is a
nominal admission charge. Dues
should be mailed to the syna-
gogue, 14601 Lincoln, Oak Park
48237. For reservations and in-
formation, call Sandra Collins,
559-0733; Ruth Hollander, 399-
4280; or Linda Lublin, 642-1878.

Members, $30 — Non-Members $40
Minimum Enrollment 6 Maximum 15

Beginning October 22, 1984

BETH ACHIM SISTERHOOD

Members, $30 — Non-Members $40
Minimum Enrollment 6 Maximum 15

BEGINNINGS WITH BABIES

MAKE ROOM FOR MOMS

For mothers of newbeRms (0-9
mos.)*. Free flowing discussion
group with no limit on topics: Every-
thing from "how to be a parent when
no one ever taught us how," to intro-
duction of solid foods, and anything in
between!

For mothers of toddlers. Share
coping ideas with other mothers, all
experiencing the joys and frustra-
tions of life with toddler. Discussions
will include developmental abilities of
toddlers, limit setting and more.

JPM - 6 Sessions

JPM - 6 Sessions

Beginning October 22, 1984

Maple/Drake - 6 Sessions
Tuesdays, 1 0:45 a.m. - 1 2:1 5 p.m.
Beginning October 23, 1984
Members, $30 - Non-members, $40
Minimum Enrollment 6 -. Maximum 15

Maple/Drake - 6 Sessions
Tuesdays, 9:15 a.m.-10:45 a.m.
Beginning October 23, 1984
Members, $30 - Non-members, $40
Minimum Enrollment 6 - Maximum 15

"Newborns are invited until eligible for Babysitting Service.

To register phone 661-1000, Ext. 113
Jewish Community Center of Metro Detroit, 6600 W. Maple Rd., West Bloomfield 48033

will hold a Succot social on Mon-
day at 8 p.m. in the Wasserman
Hall of the synagogue. A skit,
"Malkaleh's Dilemma," will be
presented by the Sisterhood
Players. Refreshments will be
served in the succah. Guests are
invited. Admission is free. For in-
formation, contact Pauline Nor-
man, Jewish Family Living
chairman, 557-1548.
Lunch and Learn Series will be
held on Oct. 22 at 10:15 a.m. in the
Wasserman Hall. The lecture will
be at 10:30, with luncheon to fol-
low. Guest speaker will be Joyce
Weiss, managing consultant, who
will speak on "Put the Squeeze on
Stress for a Better Life." There is a
nominal fee for luncheon. Guests
are invited. For information and
reservations, contact Education
Chairman Marsha Auslander,
355-2666.

DAVID-HORODOKER WO-
MEN'S ORGANIZATION will

Hu
Sale Ends
Tuesday!

1250 Units

Bally, the
name that has
always meant
extraordinary styling,
comfort and quality, has
allowed us to make this
• remarkable offer! Sizes 6Y2 - 13. 14, M & EEE.

WOMAN'S AUXILIARY OF
THE UNITED HEBREW
SCHOOLS will hold its general

Some styles available in 14 & 15.
Black, brown, burgundy, grey, taupe and blue.

Bally

Bally

Bally

Reg. $135

Reg. $165

Reg. $195

Henry Muncy Laurence.

$

88 $7988 $7988

Southfield

West Bloomfield

10 Mile & Greenfield • 559 7818
Mon. - Sat. 10-7; Sun. 12-5

On The Boardwalk, Orchard Lake Rd
South of Maple • 626-3362
Mon.-Fri. 10-9; Sat. 10-7; Sun. 12-5

The Original" New Orleans Mall

-

have a meeting noon Tuesday at
the M.CL Restaurant, Tel-12 Mall,
announces Mrs. Harry Hochman,
president.
Arrangements are being made
for the 47th annual donor lunch-
eon to be held noon Oct. 30 at the
Beth Achim social hall. Mrs. Ber-
nard Chase is chairman of the
day. Mrs. Jack Friedman will give
the invocation. Bess Axelrod will
sing the anthems, accompanied
by Vivian Stollman. Mimi Sum-
mers and Mrs. Seymour Kraus
will entertain. For tickets and in-
formation, call Mrs. Ben Komisar,
557-9425; or Mrs. Hochman,
354-6172.

Birmingham • 111 S. Woodward, S. of Maple,
inside Strictly Sportswear • 647 - 0550
Mon. - Wed. & Sat. 10-6; Thurs. & Fri. 10-9;
Sun. 12-5

meeting on Wednesday at 12:15
p.m. at the main United Hebrew
Schools building. Coffee and cake
will be served. Guests are wel-
come. Rabbi Milton Arm will re-
view The Penitence, by I.B.
Singer, For information, call Jean
Alspector, 476-6699.

B'NAI MOSHE SISTERHOOD

will hold a succah luncheon on
Monday at noon at the synagogue.
Doris Horowitz, 661-0192; or
Ruth Marcus, 559-3262. The sis-
terhood will have an open board
meeting on Oct. 24 at 8 p.m. in the
synagogue.

PARKWOOD CHAPTER,

WAYYlia

' C

A _rrt ccr

npril

.7;11

have its annual paid-up mei
ship luncheon at noon Wedn,
in the Knob-in-the-WoodE
club house. Guest speaker vv
Rev. James Lyons, executir
rector of the Ecumenical Ins'
for Jewish-Christian Studie,
topic will be "Facing Histor,
Ourselves." Guests are invi
a nominal charge, applical
dues. Admission to memi.
with payment of dues. For
vations, call Cele Jacobs, I
tality chairman, 546-0294; c
Tian Goodman, 357-5254.

,

TROY JEWISH CONGRI
TIONS SISTERHOOD

an adult education discussit,
p.m. Monday in the hon
Carole Binder, 1103 Wint
Troy. Topic for discussion w
The Comparison Betweei
Jewish Holiday of Succot ar
American Holiday of Thanl
ing." There is a fee fog*
members. For information
reservations by today, c7,1
Binder, 689-7824.

OAKLAND HILLS CHAP'

Women's American ORT,
present Dr. Reene Horowitz
will speak on "Why Am
Cranky and Are There Horn
Problems" on Tuesday at
a.m. in the home of Dorothy
30029 Woodbrook, Farrah- .
For reservations, cal
Love, 626-4924.

AVODAH-CHAI-BRANI
CHAPTER of Pioneer We

Naamat, will hold a lunc
meeting on Monday at noon
Whitehall Apts. club how
book review on Poland by J.
Mitchner will be given by N
Filmore of the Southfield
Library. Donor reserval
should be made by Oct. 19..

CLUB TWO, Pioneer Wo]
Naamat, will hold a meetir.
Monday at 11:30 a.m. at the
ten Towers, 25900 Green!
Suite 205E, Oak Park. Ch.
Driker, president of the Je
Center Culture Club, will prt
a holiday program. Brunch w
served. Friends are welcome

DETROIT AUXILIARY
ALPHA OMEGA will ha.,,

annual new members luncl-
"Dining in Fashion," on Oct.
noon at the Sheraton Oaks 1-1
There is a fee.

WOMEN'S BICUR CHOI
ORGANIZATION will ho

regular meeting at 11:30
Monday at M.C.L. meeting ri

SHARONA

CHAP'T

Pioneer Women/Naamat,
nounces a meeting of its after:'
group will be held at noon
nesday at Bonanza, 11 Mile
Greenfield, for lunch. The
gram, "Jewish Survival Ga
will start at 1 p.m. For info,
tion, call Ann Kaplan, 967-3

SHARON GROUP, Hadas
will hold its opening meetin
Tuesday at noon at Kne
the-Woods Apts, club house
leen Trix, librarian at the 3c
field Public Library, will re',
From Time Immemorial by
Peters. Guests and Associate;

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