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May 03, 1991 - Image 68

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-05-03

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FOR WOMEN

WANTED

Unsuccessful
Contact Lens
Wearers

National Dry Goods

Serving the Jewish Community since 1921

We carry a full line of:
Golf Shirts • Sweat Shirts • T-Shirts
Variety of Caps • Campwear

For Bar/Bat Mitzvahs:

T-Shirts • Boxer Shorts • Canvas Bags

Fruit of the Loom

Wholesale
Prices
961-3656

1-800-783-3656

1200 Trumbull - exit Howard St. off Lodge Fry. South

If you want to try contact lenses, Roland
Optics can help you. We can help even if you've
been told you cannot wear contact lenses or if
you've had a bad experience wearing them.

For 18 years we have had success where
others have failed. Because we are clinical
investigators for certain contact lens
companies, we have access to products and
technology that other practices do not.

We Offer:
• $25.00 Rebate - For trade-in of old contact

lenses

• Free Consultations - by appointment
• Money Back Guarantee - You won't -pay

for contact lenses you can't wear.

Exclusive, Personalized

MAW

OPTICC
Voted #1 in Detroit.

29959 Northwestern Highway
Between 12 & 13 Mile

Dr. Max Gottesman
Dr. Michael Weishaus
Optometrists

Offer Good For New Patients Only.

Prior Sales Excluded.

Third Party Plans Do Not Apply.

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mirrors, AM/FM stereo, rear defrost and more.

• Plus tax, title, dest. incl. rebate.

ONLY $14,995*

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(313) 358-2920
Applegate Square

7 Days a Week

Barbara Kaplan
Judi Shefman

New Babies
Get Well
Hotel
Shiva
Etc.

Women's Division
Has Board Retreat

"We Are All Jews by
Choice" is the theme of the
Jewish Welfare Federation
Women's Division board
retreat May 8-9 at the Butzel
Conference Center.
Rabbi Nathan Laufer will
keynote the conference, which
will focus on teaching Jewish
survival skills for the 21st
century.
The evening program, "Em-
powering Women," will be
presented by Linda Sober-
man, president of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith, Michigan Region, and
a national commissioner of
the ADL.
Rabbi Laufer is vice presi-
dent and chief operating of-
ficer of the Wexner Heritage
Foundation, which offers
classes in various cities to
educate lay leaders on Jewish
history, philosophy, literature
and the Bible.
The division's 45th annual
meeting will be held 9:30 a.m.
May 15 at Congregation
Shaarey Zedek.
Elaine Rembrandt, director
of visual and performing arts
at the Jewish Community
Center of Cleveland, will
speak.
Ms. Rembrandt is a profes-
sional actress who appears in
radio and television commer-
cials and in industrial films.
On a recent tour of the Soviet
Union, she and five other ac-
tors performed Jewish
theater pieces in Moscow,
Leningrad and Odessa.
Coffee and registration are
at 9:15 a.m., and the program
at 9:45 a.m. Luncheon will be
served and there is a fee.
Babysitting, an oral inter-
preter and a sign language in-
terpreter will be available
upon request.
For reservations and infor-
mation, call the Women's
Division, 965-3939, ext. 163.

Horodoker Women
Meeting, Luncheon

A meeting of the David-
Horodoker Women's Organi-
zation will be held noon May
7 at the Lincoln Towers Club
Room.
Arrangements are being
made for an emergency lun-
cheon to be held noon May 28
at the Lincoln Towers Club
Room.

Primrose Club
Sets Meeting

Primrose Benevolent Club
will meet noon May 6 at Lin-
coln Towers Clubhouse. A
petite luncheon will be
served.

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