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October 14, 1994 - Image 90

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-10-14

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Sonya Friedman
Will Speak

On Oct. 18 at 7:30 p.m., the sis-
terhood of Congregation Shaarey
Zedek B'nai Israel Center will
hold a general meeting to be fol-
lowed at 8 p.m. by a presentation
from Safe Place, the shelter for
abused, Jewish women and their
families.
The community is invited. For
information, call Laurie Kimmel,
(810) 932-0245.

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Parkwood ORT
Plans Luncheon

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cabinet-friendly built-in microwave oven.

The Monogram - penchant
for design innovation is fully
expressed in our new built-in
microwave oven; in fact, we do
not hesitate to call it a design
"breakthrough."
In black or white, the
Monogram Built-In Microwave
Oven is graced by a horizontal
handle and a drop-down door,
so that it integrates beautifully
with our conventional wall oven.
It can be installed by itself or
over a single wall oven, and
modification of counter top
models is no longer necessary.
The 1.0 cubic foot oven
comes as a pure microwave
oven or as a combination

microwave/convection oven for
browning, baking and roasting.
Programming for automatic
cooking is both simple and time-
saving. It's as though it does all
the thinking for you, and with
sensor controls, it's practically
fool-proof. For example, the
"Auto Roast" function uses a
temperature probe to
automatically shut off the oven
when a preset temperature is
reached. This function combines
the speed of a microwave with
the gentle browning of
convection cooking, and the
result is roasting in a third less
time than with a conventional
oven.

While the new oven is a
superb design achievement, it
also comes with the assurance of
the appliance industry's most
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service professionals, and the
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built-in appliances.

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Psychologist Sonya Friedman,
will address the 47th annual In-
stitute of the Jewish Federation
Women's Division at 9:30 a.m.
Nov. 3 at Congregation Shaarey
Zedek.
Dr. Friedman will speak on
"Things My Mother Never Told
Me...I'm Going to Tell You: A
Woman's Struggle to Separate
While Staying Connected to
Those They Love."
Dr. Friedman has written Se-
cret Loves and On a Clear Day
You Can See Yourself She has
also hosted many radio and tele-
vision talk shows throughout the
United States.
In 1991, Dr. Friedman was
honored by the American Women
in Radio and Television with the
first annual Star Award for her
commitment to issues and con-
cerns of women.
Women of all ages are invited.
Registration is at 9 a.m. Baby sit-
ting is available for children 21/2
and older. There is a charge for
the Institute program. Advance
lunch reservations are required
before Oct. 28.
For reservations, call Karen
Gordon, 642-4260.

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An opportunity to experience the
strength and spirituality of being
a woman is offered through the
story-telling of Corrine Stavish
at 6:30 p.m., Oct. 27 at Adat
Shalom Synagogue.
Sponsored by the Business and
Professional Women's Division of
the Jewish Federation, "Women:
Willful, Witty and Wise" is a pro-
gram that combines dramatic sto-
rytelling with insights about
contemporary and biblical hero-
ines.
There is a fee for the dinner
event, and reservations must be
made before Oct. 20.
For details, call Andrea
Nitzkin, 642-4260.

Parkwood Chapter, Women's
American ORT will hold an open-
ing luncheon meeting Oct. 19 at
11:45 a.m. at the Summit Apart-
ments clubhouse in Farmington
Hills. Joe Sharpy will give an en-
core performance. There is a
charge.
For information call Leah Bu-
rak, 661-3416; or Cele Jacobs,
546-0294.

Annual Tea
For Torah Fund

The sisterhood of Adat Shalom
will hold its annual Torah Fund
Tea at 12:30 p.m. Oct. 24, hosted
by Danie Allan at the home of
Norman Allan.
Rabbi Daniel Nevins will share
his thoughts on 'The Jewish The-
ological Seminary: Translating
Scholarship Into Practical Rab-
binics."
The tea raises funds to en-
hance programming at the Sem-
inary. For information, call the
synagogue office, 851-5100.

Women Host
Luncheon

The sisterhood of Congregation
B'nai Moshe will host a luncheon
at the synagogue Oct. 23 at 12:30
p.m. Dues may be paid at the
door. New members of B'nai
Moshe will be guests of the Sis-
terhood.
Call the synagogue, 788-0600,
for information and to respond.

Book Review
For Sharona

Sharona Chapter, Na'amat USA
will meet at the home of Mrs.
David Shulman, 7332 Camelot
Dr. West Bloomfield, Oct. 20 at 8
p.m. Guest speaker will be State
Representative Maxine Berman,
who will review her book The
Only Boobs In the House Are
Men.
For information, call the
Na'amat office, 967-4750.

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