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October 23, 1992 - Image 107

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-10-23

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SHOES

Peace Process
Is Talk Topic

The legal and political
aspects of the Middle East
peace process will be the topic
of a gathering of the Kadima
and Koach Sections of the
,/ Jewish Federation Women's
Division on behalf of the
Allied Jewish Campaign 9:15
a.m. Oct. 26, at the home of
Linda Schafer.
Dr. Carlos Rizowy, an
authority on international
yrelations and political
violence and commentator for
- -National Public Radio, will
address the brunch, which is
for contributors of $365 or
more to the 1993 Campaign.
Dr. Rizowy, who lectures on
7 the legal and political aspects
• of terrorism, on the Middle
East and on world Jewry, is a
former chairman of the
political science department
at Roosevelt University and a
senior managing partner in a
7 prominent Chicago law firm.
) For information, call Sally
,Krugel, 642-4260.

H

Sisterhood Hears
Book Review

Beth Shalom Sisterhood
will present Helen Moss
reviewing The Pursuit of Hap-
=piness by Anne Roiphe 2 p.m.
Oct. 31 at the synagogue. An
Oneg Shabbat will follow. Ad-
mission is by pledge to Torah
Fund.
) 2 For information and reser-
vations, call Sophie Pearl-
,stein, 352-0483.

-

Belt Kodesh Sets
Member Drive

The sisterhood of Congrega-
' tion Beit Kodesh will host a
membership drive meeting
7:30 p.m. Oct. 27 at the
synagogue.
L Entertainment will be pro-
• vided by local comediennes,
who will present a "Jewish
Comedy Hour." Refreshments
will be served. There is no
charge.

Masada Hosts
Member Lunch

Masada Group of Hadassah
will have a paid-up member-
ship luncheon noon Oct. 27 at
_ Knob Woods clubhouse. There
[ ) will be a charge.
Corinne Stavish, story-
° teller, will present "Beginn-
ings for a New Year."
For reservations, call Bess
Haron, 353-1348; or Dorothy
Bodzin, 350-1292.

FALL SALE

BBW Council
Names Two

Sylvia Ross has been ap-
pointed special gifts chair-
man and Ida Nathan as lun-
cheon chairman of the B'nai
B'rith Women Council.
Mrs. Ross is a past presi-
dent of BBW Council and past
president of Maurice C.
Zeiger chapter BBW. She is a
board member of American
Women for Bar-Ilan Universi-
ty and is on the board of Con-
gregation B'nai Moshe.
Mrs. Nathan also is a Coun-
cil past president and past
president of Morgenthau
Chapter BBW. She is on the
Michigan Region Board of
BBYO and has been a teacher
at Temple Israel for 32 years.
The annual Special Gifts
Luncheon will be Nov. 11 at
Congregation B'nai Moshe.
This years' honoree will be
Judith Deborah Stern. There
is a charge.
Funds raised at the lun-
cheon support the Residential
Treatment Center for emo-
tionally disturbed children in
Israel.
For information, call the
Council office, 356-8811.

Up To 40% OFF On
Selected Merchandise Only

BBW Group
Hosts Luncheon

Brandeis/Tikvah Chapter
B'nai B'rith Women will meet
11:30 a.m. Oct. 27 in the Sut-
ton Place clubhouse.
Preceding luncheon there
will be a bake and white
elephant sale.
Freddy Sheyer and his one
man band, with vocalist Lois
Moore and accompanist Ann
Harper, will entertain. There
is a charge for lunch.
For information, call Hilda
Raphael, 557-6517; or
Beatrice Fealk, 968-9556.

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On

Selected Fall & Winter Merchandise

30-50% OFF

David-Horodoker
Donor Luncheon

Final plans have been made
by David-Horodoker Women's
Organization for their 25th
annual donor luncheon, Nov.
10 at Congregation Beth
Achim.
Mrs. Bernard Chase will be
chairman of the day. Shelley
Nadiv will give the invoca-
tion. Entertainment will be
by vocalist Ruth Savage and
pianist Lillian Zemmler.
For tickets and information,
call Mrs. Anna Komisar,
661-5580; or Mrs. Fanny
Weinstein, 967-3643.
The group's next meeting
will be Nov. 3 at Lincoln
Towers.

Sunday,
October 25
12-5

Saturday,
October 24
10-6

Friday,
October 23
10-6

Friday,
October 23
10-6

Saturday,
October 24
10-6





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October 25
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