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October 13, 1978 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-10-13

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THE DETROI

32 Friday, October 13, 1978

—n 5 1 ' E '' S

Primrose Prepares for Donor

Primrose Benevolent
Club will hold its 44th an-
nual donor luncheon noon
Oct. 31 at Cong. Beth
Achim, announces the
president, Irene Rodman.
The luncheon entertain-
ment will be provided by
Sammy Woolf, Max Sosin
and Hal Gordon. The club
raises funds for the Allied
Jewish Campaign - Israel
Emergency Fund and for
national, state, local and Is-
raeli causes.
Donor chairmen include:
Belle Cohen, overall donor;
Dorothy Meckler, program;
Esther Goldenberg, Mae
Shapiro and Ms. Meckler,

Wyn & Harold Landis

HOME CATERING

LENNY
LIEBERMAN

• STYLE
• ELEGANCE
• BEAUTY

Orchestra
559-0844

WYN-HAROLD CATERING

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28970 Orchard Lake Rd.

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bet. 12 & 13 Mile Rd.

All 14 & 18Kt_Gold

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•Charm Holders •Charms •
etc.
•Bracelets

•Chains
•Earrings

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GLAMOUR AND LEISURE FEMININE FASHIONS

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Mid-Fall

SALE!
20% off

HARVARD
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MALL

on everything
in the store!
LIMITED TIME ONLY!

11 Mile
Lahser

Southfield

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OPEN THURS. & FRIAL9. SUNDAY
12 to 5

IRENE RODMAN

journal; Helen Greenberg
and Rose Bricker, pledges;
Becky Weinman, Phyllis
Faber and Nellie Brown,
prizes.
Mrs. Harry Kaufman
will lead the singing of
the national anthems, ac-
companied by Bess
Gruskin. Rose Aaron will
recite the invocation.
Meanwhile, the women
will have a pre-donor meet-
ing noon Wednesday in the
Northgate Apts. club house.
Refreshments will be served
by social' committee mem-
bers, Ruth Alter and Estelle.
Alter.

Honey and Spice
Cake Recipe

By NORMA BARACH
(Copyright 1978, JTA, Inc.)

The holiday season in
which we find ourselves
brings to mind an old favo-
rite honey cake. This is a
novel honey cake, yet an
easy one to make. _
1 spice cake mix

1 pkg. instant carmel pudding -
1 /2 tsp. instant coffee (not
freeze dried)
1 cup hot water
1/2 cup_vegetable oil
1 mashed banana \
4 eggs
1/2 tsp. vanilla
1/2 cup miniature chocolate
chips
Beat all ingredients well.
Grease and flour a tube pan.
Add batter. Bake at 350 de-
greed for 45-50 minutes.

PLAZA SUITE

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Gifts and Jewelry

STORE WIDE SALE

A SENSATIONAL 20%
ADDITIONAL DISCOUNT
OVER AND ABOVE OUR
USUAL 20% OFF
EVERY !Tim IN THE STORE
AT A SAVING OF 40% OFF

thru Oct. 21st

*Fine arts are excluded



PLAZA SUITE

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Gifts and Jewelry

FRANKLIN SHOPPING PLAZA. NORTHWESTERN AT 12 MILE, SOUTHFIELD

Visa Mastercharge
Open Mon. thru Sat. 10 to 8

Phone 357-1 1 21



Women's Clubs

DEGANIA CHAPTER,
NORTHWEST CHILD maceutical Association
RESCUE WOMEN will Ladies Auxiliary will meet Pioneer Women, will hear
have a paid-up membership noon Wednesday in the candidate Jessica Cooper 9
luncheon noon Thursday at MCL Cafeteria in the Tel-12 p.m. Tuesday at the Labor
the Red Cedars Restaurant, Mall. Final plans for the Zionist Institute. For in-
Southfield. Fund-raising Nov. 2 dinner-dance will be formation, call Jacqueline
Zeff, 967-3627. The group
activities will be discussed. discussed. * * *
will hold a family Sukkot
For reservations, call Sally
CLUB ONE, Pioneer party 2 p.m. Oct. 22 in the
Vicfor, chairman, 647-8820,
or Sophia Leemon, co- Women, will hold a special home of Mr. and Mrs. Larry
chairman, 645-0163. Dues Sukkot celebration 11:30 Zeff, 24600 Radclift, Oak
a.m. Wednesday in the Lin- Park. Friends are invited.
may be paid at the door.
* * *
coln Towers Apts. club For information, call Mrs.
DAVID410RODOKER room. Sarah Friedman will Zeff or Fern Adelstein,
WOMEN'S ORGANIZA- be guest speaker. Members 559-5488.
* * *
TION announces plans are requested to bring in
BNAI DAVID S
have been finalized for the bulletin and donor pledges.
women's 41st annual donor Brunch will be served. TERHOOD will have a
luncheon and tour of the De-
luncheon to take place noon Guests are welcome.
* * *
troit Institute of Arts Oct.
Nov. 7 at Cong. Beth Achim.
YOUNG WOMEN OF 26, meeting 10 a.m. in the
Mrs. Bernard Chase will be
chairman of the day. Mrs. JEWISH NATIONAL synagogue parking lot.
Moses Lehrman will recite FUND elected Faye Menc- Luncheon will be served at
the invocation. Entertain- zer president for the 1978- noon with the tour at 1. For
ment will be provided by 1979 program year. Other reservations or informa-
Wyn Landis and Vivian officers are Donna Sklar, tion, call the program
Stollman. The group will _ vice president and fund- chairman, Marilyn Flack,
meet noon Wednesday in raising chairman; Barbara 557-4097, or the synagogue,
the home of the president, Shapiro, vice president and 557-8210.
* * *
Mrs. Alex Dorchen, 25639 program chairman; Micki
Grossman, vice president
AVODAH CHAPTER,
Greenfield, Southfield.
* * *
and Blue Box chairman; Pioneer Women, will hold a
OF Sheila Guyer, publicity business meeting noon
LADIES
YESHIVATH BETH chairman; Kay Wolin, trea- Wednesday in the home of
YEHUDAH AND surer; 'Edith Kowalsky, Lillian Goldman, 24031
WOMEN'S SABBATH Cindy Weiser and Debbie Seneca, Oak Park.
* * *
LEAGUE will hold a Stern, secretaries; Myrna
Dosie
and
Vicki
Buckfire,
luncheon-meeting noon
BETH ACHIM SIS-
Wednesday in the yeshiva tree and garden chairman; TERHOOD will hold its
building. The officers are Ronna Berger, membership third annual "sukka hop"
sponsoring the luncheon. chairman; and Madeline for members only 7:30 p.m.
They include vice Goldstein, phone squad Thursday at -the sukkot of
presidents Ruth Stark and chairman. The women will Rabbi and Mrs. Milton Arm,
Tillie Epstein; treasurer have their annual Sukkot Judge and Mrs. Benjamin
Frances Cutler; secretaries, buffet dinner 8 p.m. Oct. 21 Friedman and Mrs. and
Sylvia Hausman and Ms. in the home of Ms. Mrs. Larry Fox. For direc-
Cutler; and vice president Grossman, 28812 tions or information, call
Jean Kaplan in honor of her Rockledge, Farmington Mrs.. Israel Wiener, 353-
Hills..For information, call 2506.
great-granddaughter.
* * * _
Reservations are still being the JNF, 557-6644.
* * *
taken for the donor lunch-
BNAI MOSHE- SIS-
eon to take place Nov. 1. Mr.
BETH TERHOOD will begin a
TEMPLE
and Mrs. Norman Cottler JACOB SISTERHOOD Jewish book discussion
will sponsor the luncheon. will have its opening lunch- group 8 p.m. Wednesday in
President Fanny Laufer in- eon meeting 11:30 a.m. Oct. the home of Ronna Rosen-
vites guests.
23 in the temple. The pro- baum, 14661 Balfour, Oak
* * *
gram topic will be "The Un- Park. "Rachel, the Rabbi's
DETROIT LEAGUE, derground Shopper." There Wife," will be discussed.
CARIH, will hold an open is a charge. A babysitter The book must be read prior
meeting noon Wednesday in will be available. For in- to the meeting. Admission
the Knob-in-the-Woods formation, call Jan Abe- is free, but reservations are
Apts. club house. Augusta jean, 855-1562.
required. For reservations,
Wolf will read poetry. Petite
call Rena Tobes, adult edu-
*
*
*
luncheon will be served at a
cation chairman, 557-4625,
BETH SHALOM SIS- or Mrs. Rosenbaum, pro- -
nominal charge. Members
are requested to bring items
TERHOOD will hold its gram:-vice president, 968-
for the rummage sale to be paid-up membership lunch- 0432. Registration is being
eon noon Oct. 26 in the taken for the women's adult
held 10 a.m. - 7 p.m. Nov. 13
and 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. Nov. 14 at synagogue social hall. Past education class to begin 8
the Knights of Columbus president Bess Lipson will p.m. Oct. 25 in the
induct the new members. A synagogue library. Joe
Hall, 2299 W. 12 Mile,
fashion show featuring fall Lewis will conduct the class
Berkley. Friends are in-
and winter fashions will on "Learning the Siddur."
vited.
* * *
highlight the afternoon. There is a charge. To regis-
Gladys Blumenfeld will re- ter, call Ms. Tobes.
PURITY CHAPTER,
nder the commentary.
Order of the Eastern Star,
will hold its annual meeting Paid-up members will be NCJW Will Host
and election of officers 8
admitted to the -luncheon.
Guests are invited at a nom- Travel Program
p.m. Monday in the Oddfel-
inal charge. Chairmen of
lows Temple, Berkley.
Greater Detroit Sell"-
* * *
the luncheon are Bess National Council of Je
Gorelick, Thelma Prussack Women, will feature a
MASSADA CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will hold and Ms. Lipson. For re- "Close Encounter with
its regular meeting 12:30 quired reservations by Oct. Council's Travel Program"
p.m. Tuesday, in the home
23, call Ms. Gorelick, 967- 8 p.m. Wednesday at the
of Reba Colman, 20502 3005, or Frances Stein, -DI NCJW office, 16400 W. 12
Oldham Rd., Southfield.
1-3238.
Mile, Southfield.,
Luncheon will be served.
* * *
Sam Tappis, NCJW
* * *
UN- travel coordinator, will dis-
CHILDREN
SHARONA CHAP-
cuss the tours available to
TER. Pioneer Women, will LIMITED will visit the
Israel, Mexico, Guatemala,
meet 8 p.m. Thursday in the Penrickton Center, 26530
Morocco as well as to
Eureka, Taylor, 1 p.m.
home of Sophie Ceresnie,
Wednesday, leaving after Europe.
24600 Oneida, Oak Park.
Husbands, relatives and
Ben Harold will speak on an 11 a.m. luncheon from
the Egg. and I restaurant on friends are invited. Re-
"Camp_ David-Now What?"
Telegraph. Friends are wel- freshments will be served.
Guests are invited.
* * *
For reservations, call the
come. For information, call
NCJW, 557-9604.
Bess Katz, 355-9026.
AESCULAPIAN Phar-

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