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April 28, 1978 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-04-28

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Friday, April

n, 1973

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"The California Reich"

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•• •

BETH SHALOM SIS-
TERHOOD will hold its
eighth and final "Lunch and
Learn" program 12:30 p.m.
Thursday in the synagogue.
Rabbi David Nelson,
spiritual leader, will lead an
"Armchair Tour of
Jerusalem."He also will re-
nder remarks on the book
"The Will to Survive."
Luncheon will be served.
Reservations are required
prior to Monday. For reser-
vations and information,
call Charna Yellen, 968-
1582, or Thelma Prussack,
855-2129. There is a charge.

•• •

"Small Enough to Know You,
Large Enough To Serve You"



Women's Clubs

Towers Apts. club room.
Brunch will be served. The
program will be dedicated to
Israel's 30th anniversary.
Guests are invited. Mem-
bers are requested to bring
their Jewish National Fund
Blue Boxes for clearance.
For information, call Chana
Michlin, 968-5351.
• • •
SOU'rlIWOODS
CHAPTER, Women's
American ORT, is selling
tickets for the performance
of "Second Time Around,"
featuring Molly Picon, to
take place 7:30 p.m. May 14
at the Music Hall Center for
the Performing Arts. For
tickets call Lois Sandberg,
353-6699, or Joan Wein-
traub, 968-2045.

BETH ACHIM SIS-
TERHOOD will hold its
election of officers and
board members 8 p.m. Mon-
day in the synagogue. Lotty
Partovich is nominating
committee chairman. Pro-
gram chairman, Mildred
Rosenbaum, announces the
topic for the evening's pro-
gram is "Jewish Marriage
Encounter." Refreshments
will be served, and guests
are welcome. Officers will
be installed May 22 at the
synagogue- • • •

NEGBAH CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will have a
social-meeting and games
noon Wednesday in the Lin-
coln 'rowers Apts. club
room. Refreshments will be
served, and guests are wel-
come.
• • •
SHARONA CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, will
meet 8:30 p.m. Thursday in
the home of Pauline Buch,
5646 Powder Horn Dr.,
West Bloomfield. Recipes
will be exchanged. Guests
are invited.

•• •

BETH ABRAHAM
HILLEL MOSES SIS-
TERHOOD board mem-
bers will meet noon Wed-
nesday in the synagogue.
The Mother and Daughter
Dinner will be discussed.
Hostesses are Estelle
Smith, Roberta Weisswas-
ser, Ruth Penner and Bea
Leaderman.
•• •
LIVONIA JEWISH
CONGREGATION SIS-
TERHOOD will hold a
games night 7 p.m. May 7 at
the synagogue. Refresh-
ments will- be served, and
prizes awarded. Admission
is nominal. For reserve-

tions, call Thelma Golds - ISRAEL, DIMONA and drick, West Bloomfield.
tein, 464-7305. Reservatio n SHARONA CHAPTERS Pianist Fedora Horowitz
deadline is today. Everyon e will join for an evening of will entertain. Petite
is welcome.
Pasta 'n Pagliacci, featur- luncheon will be served.
• • •
ing Dino Valle and his Ita- Friends are invited. For in-
TEMPLE ISRAE L Tian Opera Company, 6:30 formation, call Arlene Bur-
SISTERHOOD will hol d p.m. May 7 at the Labor lant, 356-2198, or Sue Sen-
its annual installatio n Zionist Institute. There is a dler, 968-6376.
• • •
luncheon noon May 15 i n charge. For reservations,
the Fram Hall of the tempi e. call Rose Rapkin, 862-0239.
CHANA CZENESH



Installing officer will b
CHAPTER, Pioneer
past president Juanita Vi c- WOMEN OF JEWISH Women, will meet noon
tor. Officers to be install ed NATIONAL FUND will Monday in the Lincoln To-
are Linda Brodsky
hold a board meeting and wers Apts. club room. Dr.
president for a second term; victory luncheon 11:30 a.m. Jay Stern, superintendent
Carol Cooper, Betsy Rudin, Tuesday at the Zionist Cul- of the United Hebrew
Doreen Millman and Sherry tural Center, announces Schools, will speak on
Mitteldorf, vice presidents; Diane Levine, president. "Archeology in Jerusalem."
Carol Small, treasurer; Volunteers for the fund- Refreshments will be
Marcia Blume, Joyce Op- raising drive will be hon- served, and guests are in-
penheim, Bea Luft and ored. Betty Silverman is vited.
• • •
Helen Tobias, secretaries. fund-raising chairman. The
Cantor Harold Orbach will program will feature a JNF
HANITA CHAPTER,
present a program, "A Mus- movie, "20th Century Mira- Pioneer Women, will meet
ical Salute to Israel on Its cle." Hostesses will be Reba noon Tuesday at the Labor
30th Anniversary." There is Bloom, Beatrice Feigelman, Zionist Institute. Fayga
a charge, and guests are in- Belle Greenbaum, Belle Dombey, volunteer coor-
vited. For reservations, call Levin and Sylvia Schneider.
dinator for the Jewish Fam-
Helen Tobias, 557-2686, or For information, call the ily Service, will speak on
Doreen Millman, 682-5477. JNF, 968-0820.
"Social Problems of Jews

For information, call the
Today." Refreshments will
LADIES • •
OF
temple, UN 3-7769.
• • •
YESHIVATH BETH be served. Guests are wel-
come.
•• •
TEMPLE EMANU-EL YEHUDAH and
SISTERHOOD will hold WOMEN'S SABBATH
CHILDREN
UN-
its installation luncheon LEAGUE will - hold a LIMITED will meet 12:30
noon May 8 in the temple. luncheon-meeting noon p.m. Wednesday in the
Thelma Rosenbaum, wife of Wednesday in the yeshiva home of Marilyn Lebowitz,
spiritual leader Rabbi Mil- building. Dora Kaminetsky 1900 Coolidge, Troy. The
ton Rosenbaum, will review will sponsor the luncheon in discussion will focus on the
"Rachel, the Rabbi's Wife," honor of her May 10 meeting in the home
by Silvia Tennenbaum. For granddaughter's recent of Sharon Bidlofsky, 31132
information or reserva- wedding. Plans are being North Park Dr., Far-
tions, call Ann Ross, 544- formulated for the women's mington Hills. There will be
2589, or Rosa Berger, 547- forthcoming mother- a tour of the Bidlofsky home
3187. Babysitter service daughter luncheon. Reser- at the May 10 meeting and
and luncheon will be avail- vations will be taken at the reservations by May 5 are
meeting.
able at a nominal charge.
required. For reservations,
•• •
call Evelyn Columbus,
PURITY CHAPTER,
UNITED HEBREW 353-4474, or Ilene Colum-
Order of the Eastern Star,
SCHOOLS WOMAN'S bus, 661-4286. Guests are
will have a business meet-
AUXILIARY will hold its invited to the May 10 meet-
ing 7:45 p.m. Monday at the
annual election and instal- ing and there is a charge.
Oddfellows Temple,
lation meeting 12:15 p.m. For directions to the May 3
Berkley. Refreshments will
Wednesday in the home of meeting, call Ms. Lebowitz,
be served. Reservations are
Sylvia Feldman, 4632 Wen- 649-2339.
still open for the Ma, 11
theater party. For reserva-
tions, call Fay Herwitz,
548-9248; Sara Adler, 557-
3870; or Gertrude Leader-

.

man, 546-2753.

Bnai David Sisterhood Plans
42nd Annual Donor Lunch

LIVONIA JEWISH
CONGREGATION SIS-
TERHOOD will hold its
next general meeting 8 p.m.
Tuesday in the synagogue.
Rabbi and Mrs. Martin
(Martha) Gordon and
Miriam Rubenstein will
conduct a program on "Kas-
hrut." Refreshments will be
served, and guests are wel-
come. For information, call
Jean Alspector, 476-6699.

NORTHGATE CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, will
meet noon Monday in the
Northgate Apts. club house.
A social will follow. Guests
are welcome, and refresh-
ments will be served. For in-
formation, call the
president, Helen Banks,
548-0888.
•• •
WHITEHALLZHAI
CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will meet noon
Monday in the Whitehall

Apts. club house. Sylvia

Brickner will speak on the
activities of the Anti-
Defamation League of Bnai
Britt'. Guests are invited.
Refreshments will be
served.

MARCI SHULMAN

Cong. Bnai David Sister- which allowed her to study
hood will hold its 42nd an- at Michigan State Univer-
nual spring donor luncheon sity.
noon May 10 in the
Blanche Brant is
synagogue. A pre-luncheon president. Betty Silver-
boutique sale will begin at farb is ad book chairman,
11, announces gift shop and Betty Sherizen is in
chairman Ruth Sosin.
charge of publicity.

Vocalist Marci Shulman
will entertain in a program
entitled, "Musical Delight."
Ms. Shulman has appeared
with the Will-O-Way Ap-
prentice Theater and the
Detroit Apprentice Theater.
She has entertained for
local Jewish organizations
and is the recipient of schol-
arships from Music Study
Club and her high school,

Copies of the sisterhood
cookbook, "Ess, Ess and
Enjoy," will be available.
Editors are Norma
Gealer, Micki Grossman,
Pat Shanbom and Mari-
lyn Markel.

For reservations, call the
reservation chairman, Pat
Shanbom, 626-8515, or
Barbara Traison, ticket
chairman, 557-8257, or the
synagogue office, 557-8210.

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