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September 02, 1988 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-09-02

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FOR WOMEN I

FINE JEWELRY
REPRODUCTIONS
FOR TRAVELING
We Have It All!

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REPRODUCTIONS OF THE F Of QUALITY
280 N. Woodward, Downtown Birmingham, 433-1150 j

Together,
there's so much
good we can do.

The Finest Expressions
Of Love Come From

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The Social Service Club of the Jewish Community Center presents a
check to the president of Na'amat USA for their 12th spiritual adoption in
Israel. Pictured are, from left: Helen Singer, chief volunteer; Miriam
Sandweiss of the Jewish Community Center; Sophia Hoffman, president
of the Social Service Club; Belle Glenner Schwartz, president of Na'amat
USA — Detroit; and Esther Fishman, liaison.

Women Of JNF To Hear
Singer At Opening

Mrs. Joseph M. Markel,
president of the Women of
Jewish National Fund, in-
vites the community to the
opening meeting of the
women's organization on
Wednesday at noon at Temple
Emanu-El.
Anne Mondrow wil deliver
the invocation. Shirley Kraft,
vice president of fund-raising,
will announce the women's
latest fund-raising campaign.
Bess Axelrod, program
chairman, announces that

She is a soloist with the
Music Study Choral Group
and the Rose Morgan
Chorale. As a child, she ap-
peared on the Yiddish stage
in New York and sang on the
radio. Later, she worked as an
entertainer in the Catskill
Mountains, sang at Orchestra
Hall in Chicago and at the In-
stitute of Arts in Cleveland.
Helen Ring is vice president
of membership; Ann Gross-
man is vice president of the
Blue Box program.
Coffee and cake will be
served. For information, call
the JNF, 557-6644.

CASA 'Damning
Slated By NCJW

Sylvia Halliburton

GEM / DIAMOND SPECIALIST
Formerly Norman Allan and Son
Established 1919

AWARDED CERTIFICATE BY GIA IN GRADING & EVALUATION

30400 TELEGRAPH RD., BIRMINGHAM, MI 48010, SUITE 134

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1988

Phone: 642-5575

Daily 5;30
Thurs. 10:00-7:00
Sat. 10:00-4:00

the program for the afternoon
will feature song stylist,
Sylvia Halliburton, accom-
panied on the piano by
Rosalyn Kraus. Hebrew, Yid-
dish and English songs will
be performed.
Ms. Halliburton is the
former director of the Senior
Adult Choral Group of the
Jewish Community Center.

The National Council of
Jewish Women, Greater
Detroit Section, will hold a
two-day CASA training ses-
sion for persons interested in
working in its Court-
Appointed Special Advocates
Legal Guardianship
Program.
The sessions will take place
at 9:30 a.m. Thursday and
Sept. 9. Thursday's meeting
will take place at the N.C.JW
offices in Southfield, and the
Sept. 9 training session will
be held at the Oakland Coun-
ty Courthouse. The program
is open to the public.
CASA began its Legal
Guardianship Program three
years ago to do home studies
and investigate legal guar-
dianship cases for the
Oakland County Probate
Court. CASAs advocate for
the child and testify in court

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