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September 02, 1988 - Image 60

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-09-02

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SUMP PUMP

I FOR WOMEN

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OR POWER OUTAGE IS NO PROBLEM IF YOU
HAVE AN AUTOMATIC JET PUMP. $149.50

INSTALLATION AVAILABLE

H. B. LEWIS PLUMBING

352-9350

FEN- BY-STEIN

553-9966

Jerry Fenby
Tim Hewitt & Feelings
Perfect Blend
Loving Cup
Mirage
Krosswinds
Rare Blend
Rendezvous
The Ritz

Talent Agency
Wilmot

Seasons
Sunset Boulevard
Fenby-Carr
Shelby Lee
Eric Freudigman
George Benson Jazz
Jerry Fenby-Big Band
DJ's including ERIC HARRIS

SAVE TIME! SEE OUR BANDS ON VIDEO

CANYON RANCH SPA

Life Enhancement Center, self contained
spa is completed and designed for groups
of 25 to 35 people

ISRAEL

$799

• Roundtrip
Scheduled
Departures

Superior Hotels $28

ISRAEL TRAVEL
WHOLESALERS

23 Tent Mill Lane, Suite E
Baltimore, MD 21208

Baltimore 1.301-655-7679
Nationwide 1.800-346-7074

The center will offer a more individual guidance and
specialized fitness program.

IF YOU WANT

ISPECIAL GROUP RATES: October 16-23, 1988

v Competitive Rates

For further information please call Sylvia, Jan or Roz.

v Tax Advantages

L' Complete Safety

TRAVEL AGENCY INC.

BUY U.S.
SAVINGS BONDS
Where you bank.

1720 Eleven Mile Road • Southfield, MI'• 353-5811

THERE WE WENT AGAIN!
OUR "BEST OF THE MEDITERRANEAN CRUISE"
ON THE OCEAN ISLANDER WAS WONDERFUL.
ITALY (LAKE COMO AND VENICE) BEFORE AND NICE AFTER WAS PERFECTION!

Donor Plans
Are Complete

Mrs. Bernard Chase and
Mrs. Harry Hochman, co-
presidents of David
Horodoker Women's Organi-
zation, announce that final
plans have been made for its
51st donor luncheon to be
held noon Oct. 25 at Con-
gregation Beth Achim.
Proceeds will benefit the
needy here and in Israel. Mrs.
Chase is chairman of the day,
Mrs. Lawrence Gorosh will
give the invocation and
Frankie Paul will entertain.
The women's group is allied
with Cooperative Council of
the League of Jewish Women
in planning Chanukah and
Seder parties for mentally im-
paired clients. JARC, Kadima
Association for Residential
Care, North American Con-
ference for Ethiopian Jews
and many others benefit from
their projects.
In Israel, American Magen
David Adorn, Alyn
Rehabilitation Center,
Association for the Welfare of
Jewish Soldiers, four orphan
homes and many individuals
also benefit from the women's
activities.
For tickets and information,
call Mrs. Anna Komisar,
557-9425.
The next meeting will be
held noon Tuesday at MCL
Restaurant in the Tel-12
Mall.

Seminar Due
For Women

This our group in Bellagio, at Lake Como

* Martha and Stan Stalburg * Coleman and Judy Verona
* Isadore and Gladys Moore * Kerry and Natalie Halperin
* Cal and Fran Levey
* Herb and Marge Kay
* Terry and Milt Rotenberg (Milt is the photographer!)

FUTURE PLANS: THE BEST OF SPAIN AND PORTUGAL, MAY 20-JUNE 2, 1989.
THE FJORDS AND SCANDINAVIA AND RUSSIA, AUGUST 6-20, 1989.
ON THE YACHT-LIKE OCEAN PRINCESS — OCEAN CRUISE LINES
(Milt Rotenberg always available on our trips for photographic instruction and assistance.)

Do Call Now For More Information

GEMINI TRAVEL

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1988

855-3600

Women in Management In-
stitute will hold a seminar en-
titled "Talking Your Way to
Success" on Sept. 10 at the
Southfield Ramada Hotel.
Registration will begin at
8:30 a.m. and the seminar
will run from 9 a.m. to noon.
Lunch will follow the
seminar. The seminar is co-
sponsored by the Detroit Free
Press, Arthur Young, Walsh
College, and Northwest
Airlines.
For information and to pre-
register, contact Dr. Renee
Lipson, (517) 482-3455.

Infants Service
To Have Meeting

Infants Service Group will
hold a meeting at Sutton
Place club house on Tuesday
at noon. Guests are invited.
There will be a nominal
charge for lunch.
Discussion will be on the
annual donor luncheon to be
held at Adat Shalom
Synagogue on Oct. 19 at
noon. The theme of the lun-
cheon is "Show Time," and

entertainment chairman is
Eleanor Riseman.
For the annual luncheon
tickets, contact Arlene Miller,
855-2246; or Lorraine Starr,
357-5526.
Contact the following
hostesses for reservations for
Tuesday's luncheon: Beulah
Appel, 353-1558; Sara Marks,
358-4367.

Fashion Show
Dur For Women

Henry
Morgenthau
Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women invites guests to a
fashion show on Wednesday
at the United Hebrew Schools
Building.
Luncheon will be served at
noon, by reservation only.
There is a nominal charge for
members and guests.
For reservations by Sunday,
call Friedel Davis, 354-0592;
Lucy Block, 557-9590; or Lil
Meyers, 855-3894. - -

Adult Education
Women's Focus

Donna Litman, president,
and Adele Staller, vice presi-
dent of. adult education, an-
nounce that the Sisterhood of
Congregation Beth Achim
will hold its first in the series
of adult education programs
on Thursday at 8 p.m. in the
Schwartz Auditorium of the
synagogue.
The theme of this year's
programs will be studying the
festivals. Rabbi Alon Tblwin
will speak on "Sukkot: How
lb Make It Real." Guests are
welcome. There is no charge.
Refreshments will be served.

Newswoman
To Speak

Sherry Margolis, Channel 2
news anchorwoman, will be
the guest speaker at the Har-
mony Chapter, Women's
American ORT, meeting on
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in the
home of Ronni Tischler, 29844
High Valley Ct., Farmington
Hills.
For directions and details,
call Ms. Tischler, 661-0907; or
Rhonda Epstein, 569-2637.

OP Ladies
Will Gather

The Ladies of Oak Park will
hold a dinner meeting on
Wednesday at 7 p.m. at the
North Park Square club
house. Guest speaker will be
Kurt Sebalay of the
Penrickton Center for Blind
Children. For reservations,
call Vicky Turner, 557-6843;
or Rita Ager, 350-3194.

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