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March 31, 1978 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-03-31

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32 Friday, March 31, 1918

LENNY
LIEBERMAN

Orchestra
399-1301

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

WOMEN OF JEWISH
NATIONAL FUND will
hold a board meeting noon

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Women's Clubs

Tuesday at the Zionist Cul-
tural Center, announces
Diane Levine, president.
Dessert luncheon will be
served. For information,
call the JNF, 968-0820.
* * *
CHANA CZENESH
CHAPTER; Pioneer Wo-
men, will meet noon Mon-
day in the Lincoln Towers
Apts. club room. Sherri
Wasserman will review
"Members of the Tribe" by
Richard Kluger. Refresh-
ments will be served.
Guests are invited.
* * *
SHARONA CHAPTER
Will hear a book review
noon April 15 in the home of
Frieda Barris, 15588 Strat-
ford, Southfield. Eva Gant,
psychology teacher at Oak
Park High School, will give
the review. Luncheon will
be served. There is a charge.
For reservations, call Ms.
Barris, 557-6178.
* * *
BETH ACHIM SIS-
TERHOOD will hold its
annual Torah Fund culmi-
nation dinner 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday in the synagogue.
Attendance is by advance
reservation.
* * *
WHITEHALL-CHAI
CHAPTER Pioneer Wo-
men, will meet noon Moday
in the Whitehall Apts. club
house. Plans for the June 5
luncheon and games party

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will be discussed. Guests
are invited, and refresh-
ments will be served.
* * *
CHILDREN UNLIM-
ITED will have a board
meeting 12:30 p.m. Wed-
nesday in the home of Mar-
ion Rothstein, 20233 Pier-
son, Detroit. The June
luncheon will be discussed.
* * *
AVODAH, BRAN-
DEIS-TIKVA, DIMONA
and HANITA CHAP-
TERS, Pioneer Women will
hond a combined meeting
noon April 11 at the Labor
Zionist Institute. The prog-
ram will be in the form of a
panel discussion, entitled
"Tuesday the Rebbetzin
Speaks." Panelists include
Mrs. Stanley Rosenbaum
and Mrs. Dannel Schwartz,
wives of the rabbis at Cong.
Bnai Moshe and Temple
Beth El, respectively.,Coor-
dinaiors are Becky
Goldberg, Frieda Faigin,
Bess Schiffman, Rose:Grus-
kin and Renee Sch—uster.
There is a charge. For re-

Federation Women Planning Spring Forum

"The Jewish Woman: A
Changing Portrait" is the
theme for this year's Spring
Forum of the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation Women's
Division. The all-day educa-
tional event, designed espe-
cially to appeal to younger
women, is scheduled for
April 13 at the Jewish
Community Center.
Dawn Schuman, a Jewish
historian from Chicago, will
be the featured speaker.
After her opening address,
Forum participants will
break into workshops on Is-
rael, The New Morality,
The Family, Tzedaka and
Community. Reports from
the workshop leaders to the
entire group will be fol-
lowed by concluding re-
marks from Ms. Schuman.
Maida Portnoy is Spring
Forum chairman. Francine
Gold is associate chairman
and program chairman;
Anna Levin is secretary.
Marcy Feldman is in charge
of decorations; Linda Jac-
kier and Adria Ross are re-
sponsibile for invitation de-
sign. Shelly Jackier, last
year's Forum chairman, is
serving as adviser.
Members of the Forum
committee include Susan
Alterman, Barbara
Altwerger, Sheri Brown,
Jennifer Cohen, Phyllis
Eisenstein, Renee Epstein,
Doreen Finer, Iris Fuller,
Barbara Goldberg, Dena

Melody Musicale
Plans to Gather

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Phone: 851-9080

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CLOTHES on Orchard Lake Road
of West Bloomfield just 1 /2 block north of Maple goad

MON. TUE. WED. SAT. 10 to 6 p.m. THURS. FRI. 10 to 9 p.m. SUN 12 to 5 p.m.

servations, call Mrs. Paul
Blvd., Oak Park. The an-
Druker, 356-7119.
nual fund-raising dinner
* * *
party will take place 7 p.m.
CLUB TWO, Pioneer
May 6 in the Northgate
Women, will meet 11:30
Apts. club house. Games
a.m. Monday at the North-
will follow, and guests are
gate Apts. club house.
welcome. For reservations,
Brunch will be served. A
call Mary Gilbert, presi-
Histadrut movie will be
dent, 547-2357. There is a
shown. Anna Berg is His-
charge.
tadrut chairman. Friends
* * *
are welcome. For informa-
ADAT SHALOM SIS-
tion, call the president,
TERHOOD will hear
Jeanette Serling, 968-8518.
Catherine Hanf Noren at
* * *
the women's donor event,
CLUB ONE, Pioneer
"The Many Faces of Wo-
Women, will meet 11:30
man," 10 a.m. April 10 in
a.m. Tuesday in the Lincoln
the main sanctuary. Lunc-
Towers Apts. club room,
heon and a "European Fan-
announces Chana Michlin,
tasy" fashion show will fol-
president. A special Pas-
low. For tickets, call the
sover program is being ar-
synagogue, 851-5100.
ranged by Adele Mondry
* *
and Sarah Levin of the cul-
PURITY CHAPTER,
tural committee. Guests are
welcome.
Order of the Eastern Star,
* * *
will have a business meet-
AVODAH CHAPTER,
ing 7:45 p.m. Monday in the
Pioneer Women, will hold Oddfellows Temple. Re-
a member-only business freshments will follow. For
meeting noon Tuesday in information, call Gertrude
the home of Esther Leaderman, 546-2753, or
Fishman, 15235 Northgate Sara Adler, 557-3870.

Melody Musicale will
meet 8 p.m. Wednesday in
the home of Shirley Belkin,
25920 Marlow Pl., Oak
Park. Shirley Frost will
give a recital of arts, opera-
tic arias and Israeli songs.
Sonia Geoffrey is accom-
panist.
Guests are welcome, and
refreshments will be served.
For information, call Shir-
ley Belkin, 968-7426, or
Louise Lazarus, 547-0168.

Planning the April 13 Spring Forum are, from left
Jessie Stern, Marcy Feldman, Francine Gold, Carolyn
Greenberg, Shelly Jackier, Maida Portnoy, Linda
Jackier and Anna Levin.
Golden, Barbara Haber, Silver, Lauren Liss, Dede
Barbara Hillman, Nancy Weinberg and Carol
Kasle, Rayne Kogan and Zamler.
Zina Kramer.
Carolyn Greenberg is di-
vision president; Jessie
Also Carol Krugel, Sally Stern is vice president for
Krugel, Emilie Lichtens- education.
tein, Barbara Meskin,
Reservations are neces-
Anita Millman, Myrna Par- sary and the charge in-
trich, Sandy Rosin, Suzy cludes lunch. For informa-
Rosin, Marilynn Sabin, tion, contact division direc-
Joan Satovsky, Ellen for Lois H. Brown at the
Schmier, Margot Serlin, Jewish Welfare Federation,
Joyce Sherman, Hermine 965-3939.

Jello Mold Recipe for Pesach

By NORMA BARACH

(Copyright 1978, JTA, Inc.)

On Passover, food tends to
be heavy and repetitive.

Hillel Day School
H
_as Open House

Hillel Day School will
hold an open house 8 p.m.
Tuesday in the school to ac-
quaint parents of children
entering kindergarten and
first grade with the school.
The program will feature
a slide presentation enti-
tled, "Hillel Is." In addition,
parents will tour the clas-
srooms, meet the faculty
and Headmaster Rabbi
Robert Abramson and
examine curriculum mate-
rials and samples of stu-
dents' work.
For information, call
Hille Day School,_851-2394.

Thus a light and healthy
jello mold can be a welcome
change of pace. This recipe
comes from a cookbook cal-
led "Let Me Entertain You
II," published by an Ameri-
can Mizrachi Women group
in New York. It is not offi-
cially a Passover cookbook,
though it does have many
interesting recipes for that
holiday. It is available from
American Mizrachi Wo-
men, do Mrs. S. Goldstein,
136-26 72nd Ave., Flushing,
N.Y., 11367, for $5.50.

2 pkgs. lime or lemon gelatin,
diluted In 3• cups hot water.
Set aside until slightly thic-
kened.
Mix and add to gelatin:
2 Delicious apples, grated
2 stalks celery, diced
2 carrots, grated
1/2 cup nuts
Refrigerate until set.

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