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August 04, 1995 - Image 72

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-08-04

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A MATTER OF STYLE
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nvites you to come view
the luscious designs of two masterful designers
Friday & Saturday, August 11 & 12, 1995, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

ARMDI Honors
Mr. Handleman

Congregation Shir Tikvah will
host a two day "Journey Thru
Kabbalah" workshop to be con-
ducted by Chazzan Mark
Malachi of Santa Fe, N.M., on
Sunday evening, Aug. 20, and
all day on Monday, Aug. 21. The
workshop, which will be held at
Northminster Church, 3633
West Big Beaver Road, Troy,
will start at 7 p.m. Sunday
evening and at 9 a.m. Monday
morning.
This workshop will offer an op-
portunity to explore the art of
healing through music and med-
itation. Chazzan Malachi has
studied the Kabbalah for over 10

Inspired by Jazz Music and America
of the 40's & 50's, Annie Reva's
collection boasts of exquisite
tailoring and heightened femininity.

Wildly romantic jackets creations in
crepe, velvet, sheer and satin are
anchored with sexy whalebone
corsets and lacing, or pulled
together with skinny patent belts
and lacquered buttons.

ANNIE

Rrev

Hour-glass shaped silhouettes,
basques over tight bodies...
a collection that recalls fashion's
glamourous roots...complete with
slender overcoats designed to add
the essential finishing touch.

Meet Representative

Lisa Vitale

Choose from Caryn Shaye's collection of
fine handcrafted purses for evening wear.

This is a limited
edition showcase,
featuring elegant
tapestries in textured autumn hues, nubby or metallic
fabrics, leather, satin sheen, lace, velvet, with jeweled
or beaded straps, and much more...the perfect acces-
sory to create a total and unique look.

Also presenting the premiere showing of Shaye's
evening wraps with a European flair.

Keeping you in style for the '95 Fall/Holiday Season.

APPLEGATE SQUARE • Northwestern Hwy., & Inkster in Southfield
( 810)355-9400 • IVITWFS 10 am — 6 pm, Th till 8 pm.

...... • •

• *****

Philip Handleman

Philip Handleman will receive
the Distinguished Humanitari-
an Service Award of the Ameri-
can Red Magen David for Israel
(ARMDI) at the Dr. John J.
Mames Chapter — Michigan Re-
gion annual testimonial dinner,
Sept. 19 at Adat Shalom Syna-
gogue.
`This year's dinner will cele-
brate the 3,000th birthday of
Jerusalem.
Mr. Handleman has long been
an officer and board member of
ARMDI's Michigan Region. In
addition, he has served on the
boards of the Jewish Federation
Apartments and the Jewish Fed-
eration's Young Adult Division,
as well as on the executive com-
mittee of the Jewish Communi-
ty Council. He serves on the
board of the Friends of the Israel
Defense Forces - Michigan Chap-
ter. He has been a lifelong mem-
ber of Temple Beth El.
Other civic affiliations include
memberships on the boards of
the Detroit Historical Society,
the Detroit Symphony Orches-
tra Hall, the Friends of the De-
troit Public Library, and the
American Red Cross - South-
eastern Michigan Chapter.
For reservations and infor-
mation, call ARMDI, 353-0434
or 855-0555.

Memorial Center
Extends Hours

Installation Special

'50 Off

We Now Welcome VISA and MASTERCARD

71

RICK WALD

Call For Details 489-5862

Workshop Set
On Healing

On Sunday, Aug. 6, Tishah B'Av,
the Holocaust Memorial Center
will stay open until 5 p.m. The
doors will be locked a half hour
before closing.
There will be a public tour at
1 p.m., after which a Holocaust
survivor will speak to the group.
The Holocaust Memorial Cen-
ter is located at 6602 W. Maple
Road in West Bloomfield. For in-
formation, call (810) 661-0840.

Mark Malachi

years and has lectured and pre-
sented workshops nationally on
the mystical roots of the Hebrew
alphabet, healing with sound
and Jewish spirituality. He has
also produced cassettes of his
original music.
Chazzan Malachi, who holds
a master of arts in clinical psy-
chology from the University of
North Carolina and is ordained
as an New Faith minister, is
serving as the chazzan of Tem-
ple Beth Shalom of Santa Fe.
There is a $65 charge for this
workshop. Information and
reservations can be obtained by
contacting Julianna Jaffe, ( 810)
542-9953.

.

JPM Plans
Activities

Every Thursday, the Center
Men's Forum meets at 10:30 a.m.
at the Jimmy Prentice Morris
Jewish Community Center. Fa- ,/
cilitator, David Weiner, leads
discussions on current events
and politics. Participation is free
of charge.
Evening Drop In Bridge is
held the first, third, and fifth
Thursday of every month at 7
p.m. Individuals at all skill lev-
els are invited to participate.
Supplies are provided and light
refreshments are served. There r'
is a fee. Call Harvey Lenter for
more information, 552 - 0889.

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