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February 02, 1979 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-02-02

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32 Friday, February 2, 1979

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

SHE. ROTT

ORCHESTRA

Featuring

T.V. & Recording Artist

VICKIE
CARROLL
"Professional Entertainment"

255-1599

SHARONA CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, will
hold its next board meeting
8 p.m. Thursday in the
home of Adell Ozrovitz,
23515 Church, Oak Park.

DISCO

DISCO IS THE POPULAR WAY TO GO

-Wedding-Graduation or Special Event.
A Complete Program. including *Music *Lighting *Disco
Dance Demonstrations and Disco Dance Lessons

By ART & JAN

Guest teachers of the 1978 Dance Masters
Convention of the state of Mich.

call early for available open dates

852-8971 or 652-9736

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Women's Clubs

The

354-0110

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ga €4.

hurry to our "Last Chance"

SIDEWALK SALE!

Outside & Inside the Store

ALL REMAINING WINTER MERCHANDISE
DRASTICALLY REUDCED
Grab 'em
v „is'
while
they last!
now '/2 U I
LAST CHANCE "GIVE-AWAY" SPECIAL!
Assorted Winter Wear 1/2 of IA OFF! --
Sunday. 12 to 5
Open Thurs. & Fri. til 9
HARVARD ROW MALL, 11 Mile & Lahser, Southfield

TEMPLE ISRAEL
SISTERHOOD will hear
Esther K. Shapiro, director
of the consumer affairs de-
partinent for the city of De-
troit, noon Feb. 12 in the
temple. She will speak on
"Consumer Protection —
Miss or Reality." Luncheon
will be served. There is a
charge, and guests are in-
vited. For reservations, call
the temple, UN 3-7769.
* * *
AUTUMN HILLS
Women's
CHAPTER,
American ORT, will have
an art auction 8:30 p.m.
Saturday at the main Un-
ited Hebrew Schools build-
ing. A preview will be con-
ducted at 7:30 p.m. There is
a charge. For information,
call Andi Wolfe, 398-1126.
* * *
AVODAH CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will hold a
general meeting noon
Tuesday in the home of
Esther Fishman, 25624
Lincoln Terrace Dr., Oak
Park. Current events will
be discussed.
* * *
WOMEN OF JEWISH
NATIONAL FUND will
hold a board meeting noon
Tuesday in the JNF offices,
27308 Southfield, South-
field. Plans for future
events will be discussed- by
President Reba Bloom.
Shirley Kraft, fund raising
chairman, requests that

members bring in funds and
pledges for the donor cam-
paign.

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357-1056

SUITE 110 — HERITAGE PLAZA
24901 NORTHWESTERN HWY.
SOUTHFIELD

ANNUAL
SALE

30%. 50% Off

Mon., Feb. 5 thru Sat., Feb. 10

Store Hours: 9 A.M. to 5 P.M.

NCJW-Aided Youth Service
Will Dedicate New Offices

4
4

* * *

SHAAREY ZEDEK
SISTERHOOD will pre-
sent a program in its Town
Hall Faces 1978-1979 series
10 a.m. Thursday in the
synagogue, preceded by a
,continental breakfast. Dr.
Allan Gould, Canadian
satirist and humorist, will
speak on "Laughter With a
Lump in Your Thioa-C The
public is invited, and tickets
will be available at the door.
Mrs. Abner Ragins is
Preparing for the dedication of the new offices of
chairman of the series.
the Orchards Out-Patient Group Therapy Program
Committee members in-
clude: Mesdames Elliot are, from left: Beatrice Rowe, coordinator of services
for the Eleanor Roosevelt Service Center, home of the
Field, co-chairman; Jack
Freedland, publicity; Mil- Orchards program; Gerald Levin, Orchards Chil-
dren's Services director; and Bobbie Stone, chairman
ford Nemer and Alvin of the Orchards steering committee of the National
Robinson, tickets; and
Robert Biederman, Jack Council of Jewish Women.
Green, Bertrand Jacobs,
Dennis Rice and Ben Safir,
Superintendents and serves 60 youngsters in
committee members.
staff of the Pontiac, South- the Pontiac, Southfield
* *
field and Oak Park schools, and. Oak Park schools.
GLENNWOOD CHAP- and representatives of fed- The staff, housed at the
Roosevelt School in Oak
TER, Women's American eral and local government
Park, is led by clinical
ORT, will hold a member-• and special education serv-
ship tea 7:30 p.m. Feb. 21 in ices will be on hand for the supervisor, Ralph Ab-
the. Franklin Pointe Apts. dedication of the new offices ramowitz, who also heads
the group work program -
club house. Dr. G. Hans of the Orchards Out-Patient
Beekhuis, plastic surgeon, Group Therapy Program at the School of Social
Work, Wayne State Uni-
will be guest speaker. slated to take place 2 p.m.
Everyone is welcome.
Tuesday at the Eleanor versity. Coordinator of
Services for the center is
Roosevelt Service Center,
24600 Greenfield, --Oak Beatrice Rowe. Staff sec-
sNizry,
retary is Carol Cohen.
Park.
Other staff members in-
Originally
called
the
to &Natty in SNay,
clude three full-time so-
After-School Program at its
cial workers, Wendy
establishment in 1969, the
out-patient service is de- Goldberg, Judith 4`
signed to meet the needs of Jackson and Leonard
Newman. Working with –
troubled youngsters
through play-therapy ac- them on a yearly basis .
are seven students from
tivity.
The child is involved in an the Wayne State Univer-
after-school program; with sity School of Social
eight or 10 similarly trou- Work who receive on-
the-job training in
bled youngsters. The chil-
dren play tinder the guid- therapy and counseling.
The program is funded by
ance of a social worker and
the State Department of So-
psychologist. In addition,
home visits by the staff in- cial Services, the three
school systems served by its
volve the whole family in
staff and private founda-
the child's progress. At the
tions and groups like the
end of the year the child
National Council of Jewish
may go to summer camp or
MISS MILLER
Women. Independently op-
haie private counseling to
erated, the program re-
Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. reinforce the treatment he
mains under the umbrella
Miller of Bloornfield ∎ Hills has received throughout the
of the Orchards Children's
announce the engagement year.
of their daughter, Shelley
Currently, the Or- Services whose director,
K., to Joel L. Hoffman, son chards Out-Patient Gerald Levin, developed the
of Mrs. Natalie Hoffman Group Therapy Prograin After-School Program.
Chairman of the Orchards
and Mr. Alex Hoffman,
steering committee, NCJW,
Chocolate Chip,
both of Southfield.
is Bobbie Stone. Her co-
Miss Miller and her Pineapple Cake
chairman is Doreen Herme-
fiance were graduated from
lin.
By NORMA BARACH
Michigan State University
(Copyright 1979, JTA, Inc.)
and attend the Detroit Col-
For families who love
lege of Law.
sweets, here is a pineapple- (Engagement
A May wedding is plan- chocolate chip cake they
Mr. and Mrs.
ned.
will surely like. It is a very
Goldfarb of Dallas, Texas,
easy, one-bowl cake.
announce the engagement
21/4 cups flour
of their daughter, Ann
2 tsps. baking soda
1 cup firmly packed, light
Goldfarb to StevenBruce
brown sugar
Katz, son of Mr. and Mrs.
2 eggs
Boris Katz of Oak Park.
1/4 cup margarine
There will be no mail
Miss Goldfarb attended-
20 ozs. pineapple chunks in
delivery on Monday,
Bradley
University, the
heavy syrup
Feb. 19. The Jewish
University of Texas at Au-
1 cup chocolate chips (di-
News has a normal
stin and was graduated
vided)
news deadline of noon,
from the U-T Medical
1 /2 cup pecan halves
Feb. 19, for materials to
Mix together everything ex-
Branch' at Galveston. Her e
be published in the
cept 1/2 cup chocolate chips fiance earned a BA degree
issue of Feb. 23. Public-
and the pecan halves. Blend
ity for that issue should
in psychology and a mas-,
well. Pour into greased 9x12- ter's degree in social work
be mailed early or
inch pan. Bake at 350 degrees
hand-delivered to
from the University of
for 40 minutes. Sprinkle with 1/2
ensure that it is received
Michigan. A March wed-
cup chocolate chips and
before the deadline.
ding is planned.,_ ,
pecan halves.

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