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September 05, 1986 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-09-05

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. . . relief is close by. There are alternatives to pain
medication. Clinically effective, gentle and safe -
chiropractic can help and most insurance plans
cover our care. Consult us.

FOR WOMEN

- By Appointment

STUART A. FIRSTEN, D.C.

350 3510

Chiropractic Physician

-

26771 West Twelve Mile
Birchwood Medical Building
Southfield
(2 blks west of Northwestern)
Suite 102

-FENBY-STEIN
Talent Agency
WE'RE PLAYING YOUR SONG!

661-0500

JERRY FENBY
FEELINGS
PERFECT BLEND
RENDEZVOUS
INNOVATION
LOVING CUP
ROMANCE
MIRAGE
NANCY & COMPANY
THE RITZ
WILMOT
RARE BLEND

FENBY-CARR
SHELBY LEE
ERIC FREUDIGMAN
CARL RYDING
GEORGE BENSON JAZZ
AUSTIN-MORO BIG BAND
BOB DURANT BIG BAND
SOIREE-FLUTE/GUITAR
CLASSIC TOUCH
ASSOCIATES IN SOUND
JAY VALLE
JOHNNY CHASE

ERIC HARRIS, D.J.
GOLD TONES, D.J.
RED GARTER BAND
SUN MESSENGERS
TRINIDAD STEEL BAND
MARIACHI BAND
GAMUT 50'S BAND
1920'S SOCIETY ORCHESTRA
NEW REFORMATION DIXIELAND
CARICATURISTS
CLOWNS/MIMES
MAGICIANS/COMICS

Z a, i7 e fitot.• •

nor only for women

• Hair • Nails • Skin Care

The Full Service of
Unforgettable Excellence

e>s

353-4060

Sunset Strip

CLASSY
FASHIONS

COSUOI

29520 Northwestern
Bet. 12 & 13

Dresses, Jewelry

f&
Leather Hand Bags
Rt Deep Discount Prices •

THE
STUDIO

351 S. Woodward
Birmingham

540-0418

Applegate Square

Northwestern & Inkster

26057 W. 12 Mile Rd.
12 Hi Plaza

Southfield

356-6848

Just East of Northwestern
Southfield

• Dancewear
• Activewear • Casualwear

352-0870

WARNING

T e look for fall

THESE PREMISES PROTECTED BY

ork, STYLE
FIT
AND
QUALITY



6

ALADDIN

I ry A L. AsI' Vb

541-5373

-

Security is our middle name"

9/s7-

5..

WINDOW SHADE CO.

32250 8 MILE ROAD

FARMINGTON HILLS, MI.

477-6800

OF FARMINGTON
12 OAKS MALL
348-8708

46

Friday, September 5, 1986

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

MON.-SAT. 9-5

• horizontals
• verticals
• custom shades

shades cleaned & repaired

Leah Snider and Phyllis Newman will chair Hadassah's
Major Gifts. Dinner.

Hadassah Plans Dinner

The Greater Detroit Chap-
ter of Hadassah will hold a
Major Gifts Dinner in the
home of Dorothy and Byron
Gerson on Sept. 17. The eve-
ning will be co-chaired by
Phyllis Newman and Leah
Snider, both former Chapter
Presidents.
The guest speaker will be
Marilyn Moosnick, Hadassah
national associate.
Members of the planning

committee are: Diane Klein,
immediate past chapter
president: Marilyn Pickover,
fund raising vice president,
and Melba Winer, former
chapter president.

Funds raised will be chan-
nelled into purchasing
equipment for the Hadassah
Hospital to help further
Hadassah's humanitarian go-
als.

Luncheon Series Set

The Jewish Welfare Feder-
ation ' Women's Division will
kick off its "Food for
Thought" lunch series in Oc-
tober.
One of the Division's new
community outreach pro-
grams, Food for Thought fea-
tures a speaker or workshop
on current issues affecting
the Jewish community.
October's meeting will fea-
ture Sandra Gubin, a woman
who fought for four years to
gain her husband's exit from
the Soviet Union. An or-
ganizer and spokesman for
the Divided Spouses Coali-
tion, Gubin is a Ph.D. candi-
date at the University of
Michigan, specializing in
Soviet policy making.
The series will continue
with a program in January,
featuring Detroit Free Press
Publisher David Lawrence Jr.
An April meetng is planned.
Annie Cohen is chairman
of the Food for Thought
series; Nancy Glass is associ-
ate chairman and Deena

Canvasser is luncheon
chairman. Marcy Feldman is
vice president of Women's
Division and Marlene Bor-
man is president.
For information on the
Food for Thought series, call
the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion Women's Division, 965-
3939.

Fashion Show
Highlights Donor

Adrienne Milin, president
of Temple Israel Sisterhood,
announces that on Sept. 22 at
noon in the Herman Hall at
Temple Israel the sisterhood
will present a fashion ex-
travaganza at the annual
donor luncheon and fashion
show.
Co-chairmen are Marilyn
Rubin and Lillian Goodman.
This focus on fashion will be
coordinated by Marilyn
Zeldes and Pat Sands
Reservations are required
by Sept. 15. For reservations,
call Temple Israel, 661-5700.

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