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October 07, 1988 - Image 93

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-10-07

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ANNUAL PORTABLE SPA
CLEARANCE SALE

fairs Committee (AIPAC),
serves on the Jewish Welfare
Federation Board of Gover-
nors and is an international
trustee of Tel Aviv Universi-
ty's Center for Strategic
Studies. He is a member of
the executive committee of
the Detroit Round Table of
the National Conference of
Christians and Jews.

Temple Israel
Fashion Show

A Broadway fashion fan-
tasy, featuring the latest
fashion designs will highlight
Temple Israel Sisterhood's
donor luncheon to be held at
11:30 a.m. Oct. 26 at the
temple.
Designer sportswear, suits,
dresses, formal attire and
lingerie, will be displayed.
There will be a special guest
appearance by Josie Natori.
Cheryl Hall of Saks Fifth
Avenue is coordinating, direc-
ting, and providing commen-
tary for the show.
The luncheon, according to
Sara Hoffman, president, is
under the overall direction of
Ways and Means Vice Presi-
dent, Donna Philips.
Marilyn Rubin and Lillian
Goodman are overall
chairmen of the donor, and
Sylvia Weingart is in charge
of the luncheon.
Other chairmen are Gloria
Shifman and Shirley
Halpern, seating; Michelle
Dubrinsky and Julie Fuller,
gifts; Marsha Sakwa, Shelly
Schultz, Karen Erlich and
Marlene Swarin, decorations;
and Babs Protech, invitation
design.
There is a fee. Reservations
are required by mail complete
with payment no later than
Oct. 19. For information, call
the temple office, 661-5700.

Luncheon-Tour
To Be Held

The Detroit Auxiliary of
Alpha Omega will have a lun-
cheon at the Michigan Design
Center, Oct. 18 at 11 a.m.
The day includes lunch, a
tour of the design center
showrooms and time
designated for questions and
answers. Guests are welcome.
There is a charge. For reser-
vation information, call Lori
Roth, 737-4415.

Faxon Speaks,
Michlin Cited

The Metropolitan Chapter
of Na'amat USA will have
State Senator Jack Faxon as
its featured speaker at a
luncheon honoring Chana

Michlin on her 90th birthday
at noon Oct. 17 in the
Na'amat meeting room.
Mrs. Michlin was president
of Club I of Na'amat (former-
ly Pioneer Women) and has
been involved in all Labor
Zionist activities for many
years.
Sen. Faxon will give an up-
date on the election. Clara
Marks will be chairman of
the day.
There is no charge for the
luncheon. Guests are
welcome. For reservations,
call the Na'amat office,
967-4750.

Health Topic
For Women

5 PERSON (SPLIT SPA)
Reg. $3795
1 to Sell

Irene Rodman, chairman of
Co-operative Council, League
of Jewish Women's Organiza-
tion, will have a meeting
Thursday at 9:30 a.m. in the
Jewish War Veteran's
Memorial Home.
Reports on the Chanukah
luncheon for Jewish retarded
citizens on Nov. 2 will be
given by Nettie Deutch,
overall chairman; Frances
Brown; luncheon chairman;
Dolores Greenspan and
Elaine Kadashaw, gift
chairmen.
Charity cases will be
reviewed by the service group
case chairmen.

Women's Group
To Meet

A meeting of the David-
Horodoker Women's Organi-
zation will be held at the
MCL Restaurant in Tel-12
Mall, Tuesday at noon.
The 51st donor luncheon of
the organization will be held
at the Beth Achim Social
Hall, Oct. 25 at noon.
Mrs. Bernard Chase is
chairman of the day; Mrs.
Lawrence Gorosh will give
the invocation, and Frankie
Paul will entertain.
For tickets and information,
call Mrs. Anna Komisar,
557--9425.

3 to Sell

Installation not Included

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NOW$$ $29

NOW $3195

Reg

With Lounge

1 to Sell

With Lounge

95

JUPITER 6 PERSON

POLARIS 5 PERSON

Reg. $3695

Reg. $3695

NOW $3290

NOW $3290

Sale Ends October 31, 1988 • All Spas Include Hard Covers

"Seasons," a health con-
ference for women, will be
held on Oct. 22, from 9 a.m.
to 3:15 p.m. at the Oakland
Center Building, Oakland
University, Rochester Hills.
The conference will feature
author and lecturer Dr. Paul
Pearsall, offering guidelines
on learning to be the best per-
son you can be.
For information, call St.
Joseph Mercy Hospital's
Women's Health Services,
858-3781.

Council Will
Meet Thursday

7' OCTAGON 6 PERSON

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Sat. 9:00-3:00

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Thursday 10-8

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