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March 06, 1987 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-03-06

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FOR WOMEN

LUGGAGE

Luggage to go . . . ANYWHERE

29181 Northwestern
at 12 Mile Rd.

"featuring the finest in business cases"
repair specialists

101 Cadillac Square
Downtown Detroit

352-1760

962-7518

LESLIE STEIN

PROFESSION: Attorney, lecturer specializing in business,
commercial law; state treasurer, Women Lawyers
Association of Michigan
EDUCATION: Juris doctor, summa cum laude, Wayne State University
AFTER HOURS, ENJOYS: Reading, ethnic cooking, long walks on sunny days

ALLIED JEWISH CAMPAIGN VOLUNTEER ROLE: Business and Professional
Women volunteer for past three years, chairman of the B&P directory committee

ON BEING JEWISH: "My family was always involved in temple, and I went to
religious school for years and years. Joining B&P, being with Jewish women
with similar interests, was like coming home."

EDER4,..

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WHY SHE'S A CAMPAIGN PARTNER: "Campaign is my link to my
Jewishness, one that I need sorely in a very non-Jewish world. It's
?, also exciting to be part of the efforts to nurture a sense of ongoing
community."
WE ARE ONE: PARTNERS FOR LIFE

'JP

Advertising in The Jewish News Gets Results
Place Your Ad Today. Call 354 6060

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Trunk
Showing

of
Mother of the Bride
and occasion dresses

March 10, 1 1 , 12

informal modeling
12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Always 20% Off

Dresses from
$190.00 to $2800.00

DRESS SHOP

29839 Northwestern Hwy., Applegate Square
352-7202

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Friday, March 6, 1987

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

CHAPTER,
TOPAZ
Women's American ORT, will
have a program at 7 p.m. Tues-
day in the home of Debbie Par-
trich, 6112 Palomino Ct., West
Bloomfield. Ms. Partrich, con-
sultant at Cal and Koehler Sa-
lon, will do individualized
cosmetic consultations. The
public is invited. For informa-
tion, call Ms. Partrich, 661-
8239.

BUSINESS AND PROFES-
SIONAL CHAPTER,
Women's American ORT, will
meet at 8 p.m. March 16 in the
home of Renee Dopulos, 27276
Apple Blossom Ln., Southfield.
Dr. Muriel G. Wagner,
president of Nutrition Educa-
tion Associates, associated
with Merrill-Palmer Institute,
will be the guest speaker. Re-
freshments will be served.
Admission is free, and guests
are welcome.

METROPOLITAN CHAP-
TER, Naamat, will meet at
12:45 p.m. March 16 in the
Kristen Towers, 25900 Green-
field, Suite 205E, Oak Park.
Rabbi Ernst J. Conrad, rabbi
emeritus of Temple Kol Ami,
will speak on "Purim."

SHARONA CHAPTER,
Naamat, will have a Purim
party hat contest meeting on
Thursday at 8 p.m. at Kristen
Towers, 25900 Greenfield Rd.,
Oak Park. There is a charge.
For reservations, call Judie
Moss, 642-6422; or Blanche

Pollack, 352-0937.

SISTERHOOD OF CONG.
BETH ABRAHAM HILLEL
MOSES will hold its annual
Pre-Passover Tzedakah
Luncheon, noon Wednesday, at
the synagogue. Jews will be
able to have food for the
Passover Seder.
Moira Katz, an instructor at
Wayne State University, will
speak on "What It Means To Be
a Jew in South Africa."
There is a charge. For reser-
vations, call Sophia Feldman,
661-9515; or the synagogue,
851-6880.

WOMEN'S ORTHODOX
LEAGUE will have a Purim
meeting at 8:30 p.m. Monday
in the home of Shoshana
Strickman, 15130 Burton, Oak
Park. Hostesses are Mirel
Broyde, Becky Plotnik, Faygie
Shoenig and Sara Shoenig. For
details, call Rochel Weingar-
den, 968-4660.

HARMONY CHAPTER,
Women's American ORT, will
meet Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.
in the home of Cindy -Hughey,
6827 Woodside Tr., West
Bloomfield. Daniel Goldstone,
financial planner, will discuss
money management. For de-
tails, call Ms. Hughey, 855-
5412; or Lisa Binder, 661-2019.
The chapter will sponsor a
shopping spree at "We're For
Kids" at Orchard Mall. Pro-
ceeds will go to ORT. For de-
tails, call Ronni Tischler, 661-
0907.

Photo Exhibit Highlights
Women In Jewish History

A special feature at the
fourth annual Week of the
Jewish Woman will be the De-
troit premiere • showing of a
photographic exhibition: "Car-
rying on the NamexWomen
Who Changed the World".
The exhibit focuses on nine
women in Jewish history and
portrays how women today re-
flect the ideals of their role
models.
The exhibition was con-
ceived by Bracha Mandelbaum
of New York; the photography
by Marilyn Stern of Detroit,
currently living in New York.
Ms. Stern's photography is in
the permanent collection of the
Detroit Institute of Arts and
several private collections.
It will be displayed at the
opening and closing sessions of
"The Week," and in the interim
will be displayed in Orchard
Mall. Women visiting the ex-
hibit today will receive a spe-
cial gift pack of two Sabbath
candles with instructions on
the candlelighting ceremony.
The culminating event will
be a program and luncheon on
Sunday, at 10 a.m. at the
Lubavitch EdUcation Center,
28555 Middlebelt, Farmington
Hills.

The program will begin with
three workshops entitled "Life
Choices For Our Children, For
Our Teenagers and Young
Adults, and For Ourselves".
Leading the workshops will
be Frida Schapiro, educator,
lecturer and author; Eileen
Borsand communal activist;
Beverley Engelhardt, profes-
sor in psychopathology at
Wayne State and also a
psychotherapist at the Square
Lake Counseling Center, and
Chaya Sara Silberberg; re-
bbetzin of the Bais Chabad
Torah Center and high school
teacher at Yeshivat Akiva.
Luncheon will be followed
with an address by Ms. Schap-
iro and a video presentation
entitled "Close-Ups in Cour-
age." For information and
reservations, call Leba Fried-
man, 855-9216; or Shterna Pol-
ter, 546-7410.

Used Book Sale

Huntington Woods Library
will hold a used book sale, 10
a.m. Saturday, at the library,
26415 Scotia. To donate books,
call Beverly Friedenberg,
399-4047. Tax credit vouchers
will be available.

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