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April 29, 1988 - Image 90

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-04-29

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I FOR WOMEN

COMPETITIVE DISCOUNTS

Brandeis Women To Hear
Columnist George Cantor

LeVon's meets or beats all prices*

(*details in store)

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GE

The program chairman is
Elaine Medwed. There is a
fee. For reservations and in-
formation, contact the book
depot, 399-3845 or 341-2461.
Paid reservation deadline is
May 13. Guests are welcome.

Women To Mark
Mother's Day

(We reserve the right to limit quantities, and/dr, withdraw from sale.)

LeVon's

SUPER STORE

Since 1949

30825 Greenfield • Just S. of 13 Mile • 6424466

Daily 9:30-5:30; Sat. 9:30-5

BLACK & DECKER
TOASTER
OVEN

Sherwood offers you a
wonderful selection of
Mother's Day gifts for
your special someone!
Choose from silk
flowers, collectors' dolls,
music boxes, perfume
bottles, pins, bracelets,
watches, earrings,
jewelled neckties and
so much more at
20.50% off.

Complimentary gift wrapping

kerwood

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PROFESSIONAL INTERIOR DESIGNERS
Tel-Twelve Mall • 12 Mile & Telegraph • Southfield
Daily 10-9, Sunday 12-5 • 354.9060

SEIKO

George Cantor

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Brandeis University Na-
tional Women's Committee,
Greater Detroit Chapter, will
have its annual installation
luncheon at noon May 25 at
Jacques restaurant.
Following the luncheon
Detroit News columnist
George Cantor will speak on
"How the Media Mangles the
News." Cantor has twice been
cited by UPI as best colum-
nist in the state. He has his
own bi-weekly segment on
the Channel 7 news. His
"Looking at Detroit" com-
mentary is featured on WWJ
radio.
He was the assistant city
editor of the Detroit Free
Press, before being appointed
travel editor. He produced a
three-volume set of regional
guidebooks for the Universi-
ty of Michigan Press entitled

The Great Lakes Guidebook.

Most recently, he has been
on assignment to Israel, Ger-
many, and throughout the
United States to produce an
exclusive series of articles
and columns for the Detroit

News.

Officers to be installed for
1988-1989 are: Presidium,
Beverly Baker, Dee Fishman,
Elaine Medwed and Eleanor
Roberts; Vice President (Book
Fund), Sue Salesin; Vice
President, Administration,
Shirlee Sachs; Recording
Secretary, Gladys Bernstein;
Corresponding Secretary,
Jewel Kretchmer; Financial
Secretary, Pearl Zeltzer;
Assistant Financial
Secretary, Pauline Robb;
Treasurer, Kay Gussin.
Directors for three-year
terms are: Ruth Bornstein,
Rose Braiker, Dana Burn-
stein, Ruth Gutow, Virginia
Hoffman, Molly Kaplansky,
Elaine Lesser, Tillie
Mendelson, Kathryn Scheuer,
Gail Tukel, Phyllis Young.
Director for two-year term is
Ruth Cassel. Director for one-
year term is Lillian Gold.

Young Israel Sisterhood
will hold a Mothers' Day lun-
cheon for women of all ages —
daughters, mothers, grand-
mothers and great-grand-
mothers — on May 8 at noon
at Young Israel of Oak-Woods.
Lunch will be served and
entertainment will be provid-
ed by Corinne Stavish, story
teller, who will present an
inter-generational program.
Co-chairmen of this event
are Fayga Dombey, Eva Hertz
and Leah Ungar. Committee
members include Edith
Butrimovitz, Caren
Goldenberg and Linda
Lefkowitz.
Friends are invited. For
reservations, contact Ms.
Unger, 968-4901; or Ms.
Butrimovitz, 398-9394.

Lag B'Omer
Lunch Slated

Mrs. Leo Laufer, president
of the Ladies of Yeshivath
Beth Yehudah, announces a
pre-Lag B'Omer luncheon
meeting will take place
Wednesday at noon at the
yeshivah building. The lun-
cheon is being sponsored by
Mrs. Lillian Levin of Be'verly
Hills, Calif., in memory of her
mother, Bertha Faigenbaum.
Entertainment will be pro-
vide by the Beth Jacob Girls'
Choir. Hostesses for the after-
noon will be Mrs. Annie
Barcless, Mrs. Rosa Grunfeld,
Mrs. Edith Weiss and Mrs.
Leah Yoffe. Friends and
guests are welcome.

Harmony ORT
Plans Meeting

Harmony Chapter, Women's
American ORT, will hold its
monthly meeting at 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday in the home of Carol
Plisner, 30586 Club House
Ln., Farmington Hills.
A speaker from the Anti-
Defamation League will
discuss anti-Semitism. For
directions, call Ms. Plisner,
851-0119;. or Lisa Binder,
661-2019.

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