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October 02, 1987 - Image 102

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-10-02

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FIELDCREST
POPULARITY
TOWELS

FOR WOMEN

KEROS CONEYS

CATERED CONEY
ISLAND PARTIES FROM THE
FAMILY THAT BROUGHT
YOU THE DOWNTOWN
CONEY ISLANDS. CONEY
ISLANDS, GREEK SALADS,
ETC. FOR ALL OCCASIONS.

544-8019

Reg. $14, 2 for $10.99
Reg. $9.75, 2 for $8.99
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Reg. $26, 2 for $24.99
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Bath
Hand
Wash
Jumbo Bath Sheet
Tubmat

COLORS: Champagne, Clay, Peachglow, Green Mist, Tea
Rose, White, Silver, Navy, Curlean Blue, Cherub Pink

HOURS: M. T 8 Sat 10-6
W-F 10-9
Sun 12-5

SEVENTH HEAVEN

855-3777

HUNTER'S SQUARE

ORCHARD LAKE at 14 MILE

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BARRY'S
LETS RENT
IT

PARTY RENTALS
OUR NEW LOCATION

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IN CROSSWINDS (FORMER PINE LAKE MALL)

I 855-0480 I

Sally Krugel To Lead
Women's Division

Sally Krugel has been nam-
ed director of the Jewish
Welfare Federation Women's
Division. Krugel has been an
account executive with the
Michigan Department of
Commerce the past two years.
Earlier, she worked for the
Detroit Science Center,
assisting in the $1,000 level
corporate campaign and the
$350 "Sponsor a Classroom"
Campaign.

A recipient of Federation's
Sylvia Simon Greenberg
Award for Young Leadership,
Krugel most recently co-
chaired the Young Leadership
Cabinet Breakfast Club and
the Business and Professional
Women's Division $2,000
section.
Krugel is a board member
of both the Women's Division
executive committee and
Resettlement Service. She is

Fresh

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Iceland and Geneva. Mitchell
most recently co-anchored the
news program, "Summer
Sunday, U.S."
The Lion of Judah ($5,000)
steering committee includes
Nancy Grosfeld, chairman;
Lauren Liss, associate chair-
man; Penny Blumenstein, ad-
visor; and Tillie Brandwine,
Campaign educational chair-
man: Doreen- Hermelin is
Women's Division Campaign
chairman, and Diane Klein is
associate Campaign chair-
man. Sharon Hart is division
president.

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70

FRIDAY, OCT. 2, 1987

a past regional chairman of
the National UJA Young
Women's Leadership Cabinet
and a former member of
Federation's National Agen-
cies Budgeting an Planning
Division.

Campaign Women
To Hear NBC Reporter

U.S. #1

BARTLETT PEARS

Sally Krugel

_Andrea Mitchell

The Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion Women's Division will
host NBC White House cor-
respondent Andrea Mitchell
at a meeting on behalf of the
Allied Jewish Campaign Lion
of Judah Section.
Set for noon Oct. 14, the
meeting will take place at the
home of Meryl Podolsky.
Mitchell has covered the
White House for NBC News
since 1981. In that time, she
has been assigned to such
events as the MX missile
debate, aid to the Contras in
Nicaragua and tax reform.
She has covered President
Reagan's election campaign
and reported on the Reagan-
Gorbachev summits in

Rev. Lyons -
At Luncheon

The Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion Women's Division Food
for Thought Luncheon Series
begins its second year 11:30
a.m. Tuesday at Knollwood
Country Club.
The Rev. James R. Lyons
will speak.
Now in its second year, the
Food for Thought series
focuses on current issues af-
fecting the Jewish
community.
Founder and director of the
Ecumenical Institute for
Jewish-Christian Studies,
Rev. Lyons has received many
honors for his efforts to fur-
ther interfaith understanding
and an awareness of the
Holocaust.

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