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December 14, 1990 - Image 94

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-12-14

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FOR WOMEN I'

WOMEN'S
FALL COLLECTION

SALE
30% OFF

Berek
Nancy Heller
Gispa
Max Mara
Laurel

The Claymore Shops

722 N. Woodward, Birmingham

642-7755

Holiday Hours: Monday thru Saturday 10.6
Thursday Evening 'til 9 p.m.; Sunday Noon 'til 5 p.m.

• Struts
• Domestics
& Imports
• Wheel
Bearings
• Shocks
• Springs
• CV Boots
• U Joints

MADISON HEIGHTS
MO E. 11 Mile Rd.

(Southeast Corner of John R)

541.1889

I.

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HOURS:
Mon-Fri 8am•6pm
Saturday 8am•3pm

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1990

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• INSTALL NEW PADS OR • CHECK CALIPERS
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DRUMS
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HOSES & SEALS

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DISCOUNT

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ROTATE TIRES

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B & P Chapter
Hosts Party

The Business and Pro-
fessinal Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Women, will hold their an-
nual Chanukah party noon
Dec. 16 at the Whitehall
Apartments clubhouse.
A candle-lighting ceremony
will be followed by ethnic
dances performed by Sunny
Lipenholtz' Senior Group and
a petite brunch of traditional
Chanukah refreshments.
There is a charge.

Parichehr Yomtoob

Sisterhoods
Hold Elections

Parichehr Yomtoob, author,
educator and activist, was
elected president of District
11, National Federation of
Temple Sisterhoods. A resi-
dent of West Bloomfield, Ms.
Yomtoob was born in Tehran
and educated at Tehran
University. She is a past
president of the Temple Beth
Israel Sisterhood in Jackson
and in South Bend, Ind.,
where the family formerly
resided.
Ms. Yomtoob is the author
of Gift of Life, a chronicle of
her family's struggle to
secure a donor for her then
13-year-old son, afflicted with
Wilson's disease, a rare
genetic disorder which
destroys the liver. The book
details their ultimate
triumph.
Other officers elected at the
district convention included
vice presidents, Judith
Schultz, West Bloomfield;
Carol Singer, Grand Rapids;
Marlene Goodman, Birm-
ingham; Laurice La Zebnick,
Jackson. Jenny Patterson,
Oak Park, was elected recor-
ding secretary; Fredda
Unangst, Ann Arbor,
treasurer; and Barbara
Heilveil, Ann Arbor, cor-
responding secretary. New
board members are Myra
Atzenhoffer, Jackson; Lois
Gerenraich, Birmingham;
Lillian Maltzer, Oak Park;
Adrienne Milin, West
Bloomfield.

Mt. Clemens Group
Plans Latke Party

The sisterhood of Beth
Tephilath Moses synagogue
in Mt. Clemens will have
their annual Chanukah latke
party 5:30 p.m. Dec. 16 at the
synagogue.
Lighting the menorah,
songs and performances by
their own musicians will be
part of the program. A drama
will be presented by the Sun-
day school students.
For information, call Mary
Robinson, 463-4704.

B & P Group
Plans Party

The Business and Profes-
sional Chapter, Women's
American ORT, will have a
Chanukah party 6 p.m. Dec.
17 in the ORT office, 31275
Northwestern Highway, Far-
mington Hills. There will be a
candlelighting. There is a
charge.
For reservations, call
Lillian Nacmani, 559-6225.

Harmony ORT
Hosts Tour

Harmony Chapter, Women's
American ORT, will sponsor a
grocery store tour 7:30 p.m.
Dec. 18 at Shopping Center
Market in West Bloomfield.
Gail Posner, nutritionist
and dietician, will guide the
tour. There is a charge.
Reservations are required
due to limited space. Call Gail
Posner, 855-1616.

Na'amat Group
Hosts Luncheon

The Avodah, Chai, Brandeis
Chapter, Na'amat USA, will
meet noon Dec. 17 at the
Whitehall Apartment club-
house, for their annual
"Dollars for David" luncheon.
A Chanukah candlelighting
ceremony will follow and the
program will conclude with a
musical program.

Tikvah Chapter
Hosts Party

Tikvah Chapter, B'nai
B'rith Women, will hold their
annual Chanukah party noon
Dec. 18 at Sutton Place club-
house. Members are asked to
bring their own mah jongg
sets and cards. There is a
charge for the luncheon.
For information, call Hilda
Raphael, 557-6517.

Cancer Fighters
Set Meeting

The City of Hope Helen
Rosenberg Cancer Fighters
combined board and general
meeting will be 10:30 a.m.
Dec. 17 at Summit Apart-
ments clubhouse.

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