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April 03, 1987 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-04-03

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FACE IT!

FOR WOMEN

.

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Exclusive At PRICE POINT JEWELRY

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PROFESSIONALS
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TEMPLE BETH EL SIS-
TERHOOD will present
Rabbi Dannel I. Schwartz, 1
p.m. Tuesday. Rabbi
Schwartz will review the best
books of 1986. Dessert will be
served. All are welcome at no
charge.

PRIMROSE BENEVO-
LENT CLUB will meet, noon
Monday, at the Lincoln To-
wers Clubhouse. New busi-
ness will be discussed. Petite
lunch will be served.

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Personal Checks Welcome
Lay-Away
30 Day Refund Policy

CHAPTER,
TOPAZ
Women's American ORT, will
hold a general meeting, 7
p.m. Thursday, at the home
of Julie Levin, 20965 Vir-
ginia, Southfield. There will
be a discussion of officers'
nominations and a slide pre-
sentation. All are welcome.
For information, call Julie
Levin, 357-1022.

WOMEN OF JEWISH NA-
TIONAL FUND will hold a
board meeting, noon Tuesday,
at Sutton Place Club House,
23275 Riverside, Southfield.
Hostesses for the day will be
Zena Berman, Anna Cottler
and Edith Zaffern. Contact
hostess is Bess Glazier. For
information, call the JNF,
557-6644.

HARMONY CHAPTER,
Women's American ORT, will
meet, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday,
at the home of Marcy Col-
man, 7215 Edinborough,
West Bloomfield. Cindy
Franklin, past president of
the Oakfield Chapter, will
discuss Soviet Jewry. For de-
tails, call Ms. Colman, 626-
3760 or Lisa Binder, 661-
2019.

NORTHWEST DETROIT
CHAPTER, National Jewish
Center for Immunology and

THE NEWEST
FOR 1987

Respiratory Medicine, will
meet for lunch, 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday, at the home of
Mrs. George Frank, 4043
West Maple, Birmingham.
For information, call Mrs.
Frank, 642-0534.

CONG. BETH ABRAHAM
HILLEL MOSES SISTER-
HOOD will hold a meeting,
lecture and discussion, 7:30
p.m. Wednesday, at the
synagogue. Jeffrey A. Kot-
tler, a clinical psychologist,
will speak on "Positive
Thinking." Refreshments will
be served.

TOPAZ CAREER CHAP-
TER, ORT, will hold a
champagne brunch featuring
"The Psychic Experience,"
with individualized readings
by Belva King, 11:30 a.m.
Sunday, at 28250 Franklin,
Mapletree Apartment
Clubhouse. There is a charge.
For reservations, call Patty
Liss, 288-4434 or Linda Gale,
356-5611.

GLENNWOOD CHAPTER,
ORT, will hold its general
meeting and election, 7:45
p.m. Wednesday, at the home
of Irma Glaser, 21251 Har-
vard, Southfield. Bring favo-
rite recipes to share. For
reservations, call Mrs.
Glaser, 354-6459.

HANOAR
CHAPTER,
Friends of Israel Cancer
Association, will hold a
luncheon and fashion show,
12:30 p.m. ,AIniiday, in the
Summit ,6*/ Apartment
Clubhouse. There will be a
raffle and .door prizes. Pro-
ceeds will go to cancer re-
search and helping cancer
victims in Israel. For infor-
mation, call Faye Rosemberg,
661-6297.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Sharon Hart has been
nominated as president of the
Jewish Welfare Federation
Women's Division, whose
41st annual meeting will
take place, 10 a.m. May 15,
at Cong. Shaarey Zedek. The
program will include the
president's annual address
and a performance by
entertainers Shirley Benyas
and Lonnie Fleischer.
Election and installation of
officers and board members
will take place, and all
Women's Division Campaign
and Education volunteers
will receive a "thank you" for
their efforts throughout the
yedr.
Nominees for vice president
include Doreen Hermelin,
Marian Kantor, Linda Lee

and Edie Mittenthal. Mar-
jorie _ Krasnick has been
nomina
ted as corresponding
secretary and Jan Hauser as

recording secretary. Nomi-
nated as designates to the
Federation's board of gover-
nors are Dolores Farber and
Linda Klein.
Nominated to the board of
directors for an additional
three-year term are Ellen
Bean, Penny Blumenstein,
Annie Cohen, Cheryl Guyer,
Shelley Jackier, Marian Kan-
tor, Agnes Klein, Marjorie
Krasnick (third term), Sha-
ron Lipton and Donna Mad-
din.
Nominated to the board for
a first three-year term are
Barbara Cook, Pola Fried-
man, Barbara Goldman,

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