Friday, April 12, 1985
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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• 12 MILE/EVERGREEN IN SOUTHFIELD
• ANN- ARBOR RD. IN SHELDON PLYMOUTH TWP.
Monday thru Saturday 10-9, Sunday 12-5
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We Also Carry
NOW! We have
Women&Naamat, will meet
Wednesday at noon at Bonanza,
11 Mile and Greenfield. Bonnie
Hubert and Phyllis Canvasser
will give a fiber art demonstration
on wall sculptures. Guests are
The chapter's 40th anniversary
celebration will be held at 8 p.m.
April 20 at Laurel Woods Apts.
club house. Dinner will be served.
Entertainment will be provided
by Larry Bassin and Joe Green-
baum. For reservations, call Mary
Shuster, 968-5340; or Frieda Bar-
ris, 354-5859. There is a charge.
Guests are welcome.
BUY A LITTLE,
BUY A LOT.
YOU SAVE EITHER WAY!
THE CORNERS SHOPPING CENTER
SHARONA CHAPTER AF-
TERNOON GROUP, Pioneer
Women's American ORT, will
have a spring luncheon at 12:30
p.m. Thursday in the Whitehall
Apts. club house. Ann Mandel-
baum will speak on "Ethiopian
Jewry." Guests are welcome.
There is a nominal charge.
Prices good 4-12
31170 Southfield & 13 Mile Rd.
Naamat, will hold a general meet-
ing on Monday at 1 p.m. at the
Whitehall Apts. clubhouse. Rev.
James R. Lyons, executive direc-
tor of the Ecumenical Institute for
Christian-Jewish Studies, will
speak on "Update: The Middle
East." Following the presenta-
tion, there will be a question and
answer session. Guests are wel-
come. There is a nominal charge.
For inflormation, contact Myna
Stein, 557-7981; or Mary Gilbert,
8 A.M. TO 10 P.M.
9 A.M. TO 9 P.M.
COME SEE OUR DELI CASE!
CHAPTER, Pioneer Women/
PRICES & ITEMS EFFECTIVE THRU APRIL 18, 1985. NO SALES TO DEALERS. •
• New Pads • New Seals ....;
:e... Turn Rotors •- Road Test
....;.• Repack Bearings
All cut and freezer wrapped.
Under Supervision of The Council
CLUB will have a business meet-
ing at noon Monday in the Lincoln
Towers Apts. club room. Petite
luncheon will be served.
WOMAN'S AUXILIARY OF
THE UNITED HEBREW
SCHOOLS will hold a board
meeting on Wednesday at 12:15
p.m. at the main United Hebrew
Schools building. The slate will be
submitted. Petite luncheon will
will meet at noon Tuesday in the
MCL Restaurant in the Tel-12
WOMEN OF JEWISH NA-
TIONAL FUND will have their
opening spring board meeting at
noon Tuesday in the Knob-in-
the-Woods Apts. club house, an-
nounces Bea Feigelman,
president. Hostesses for the day
will be Bess Axelrod, Ann Rosen-
berg, Ann Wohl and Edith Zaf-
fren. Shirley Kraft, vice
president, and chairman of the
nominating committee will read
the slate. For information, call the
Women's American ORT, will
have a victory luncheon and
games afternoon at noon Wednes-
day at the Knob-in-the-Woods
Apts. club house. Proceeds will
benefit the ORT School of
Engineering. Members should
bring games. For reservations
and information, call Program
Chairman Mrs. Melvin Strager,
661-1649; or Mrs. Sam Jacobs,
ADAT SHALOM SISTER-
HOOD will hold its Double&Tri-
ple Chai dessert buffet at 12:30
p.m. Wednesday in the home Of
Beverly Dock, 28202 Harwich,
NORTHWEST CHILD RE-
SCUE WOMEN will have a reg-
ular meeting Thursday at 11:30
a.m. at the Laurel Woods Apts
club house. There will be a
speaker. The Mother and Daugh-
ter Luncheon and fashion show
will be held May 2 at 11:30 a.m. at
the Furniture Club. Chairmen
are Nancy Kolar and Hanna
SISTERHOOD OF BETH AB-
RAHAM HILLEL MOSES will
meet 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at the
Holocaust Memorial Center for a
tour. Members should bring a
dairy lunch. Coffee will be pro-
vided. After lunch a brief election
meeting will be held. For reserva-
tions call Sophia Feldman, 626-
Women's American ORT, will
meet on Wednesday at noon at the
Knob Woods club house. Guests
are invited to the victory lunch-
eon and games afternoon. Lunch-
eon will be served at a nominal
charge. Avren Strager, program
vice president, announces there
will be mah jongg, canasta, gin
rummy, bridge, kaluki and
Rummy Q. Members and guests
are asked to bring their own
games. Presidents Leah Burak
and Sylvia Burnstein said the af-
ternoon will benefit the ORT
School of Engineering. For reser-
vations, call Cele Jacobs, 546-
0294; or Helen Stebbins, 358-
BUSINESS AND PROFES-
SIONAL CHAPTER, National
Council of Jewish Women, will
meet at the Holocaust Memorial
Center at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Rev. James R. Lyons, executive
director of the Ecumenical Insti-
tute for Jewish-Christian Studies,
will be the speaker. A tour of the
HMC will follow. For information,
call the NCJW office, 258-6000.
GOLDA MEIR CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women/Naamat, will
hold a business meeting on Mon-
day at noon at Kristen Towers,
25900 Greenfield, Oak Park.
Nominations for officers will be
taken. Refreshments will be
served. Prospective members and
guests are invited.
TEMPLE ISRAEL SISTER-
HOOD will have an election
meeting at noon April 22 in the
temple. Dr. Fred Rosner, director
of the department of medicine at
Long Island Jewish-Hillsdale
Medical Center, will speak on
"Medical Ethics." There is a
charge, and guests are invited.
For reservations, call the temple,
661-5700; or Rose Plotnik, 646-