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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

64 Friday, March 28, 1980

Bnai Brith Activities

TUCKER - GRANT
LODGE will host hyp-
notherapist James H. Hoke
8:30 p.m. April 13 at Temple
Emanu-El. Refreshments
will be served, and there is a
charge. For information and
reservations, call Burton
Roth, 541-4322 or 545-1791.

* * *

MAURICE C. ZEIGER
CHAPTER installed Anita
Sonenshein as president at
its annual installation
dinner recently at the Fur-

niture Club. Installing offi-
cer Sylvia Ross also in-
stalled: Frieda Greenfield,
Sue Lawrence, Joan
Edelheit, Faye Bright,
Martha Kushmar, vice
presidents; Essie
Rosenbloom, treasurer;
Sarah Hurwitz, Linda Klein
and Cecile Smith,
secretaries. Immediate past
president Sheila Dubin is
the counselor.

Pointe Apts. club house. Uri
Segal will give instruction
in Israeli dancing and there
will be Israeli music, a
travelogue and Israeli and
American refreshments.
There is a charge, and
guests are welcome. For
reservations by April 5, call
Dora Goldstein, 548-6291;
or Jan Citrin, 476-3033.

* * *

PISGAH CHAPTER
* * *
installed Sarah Gordon as
REY-UT UNIT an- president at its recent in-
nounces that proceeds from stallation at the Franklin
its Las Vegas Night Party to Club Apts. Other officers
be held 8 p.m. Saturday at are: Jeanne Feldstein, Re-
the Botsford Inn will benefit becca Dinetz and Anna
children and young adults. Nosanchuk, vice presidents;
Tickets are available at the Bessie Price, Gertrude
door. There is a charge. For Burston and Ann Klee,
"Son of C. Trojan"
information, call Mr. and secretaries; Arne Elkus,
CUSTOM FURNITURE
Mrs. Steve (Helene) Spitz, treasurer; and Ethel Levy,
counselor. Board of direc-
557-6884.
& CARPET CLEANING
* * *
tors includes: Rose Brezner,
ON LOCATION
COUPLETS UNIT will Gertrude Ernst, Clara
FREE ESTIMATES
hold an adult Jewish educa- Feinstein, Sylvia Hubert,
Phone
tion Israeli Night 8 p.m.- Jean Faudman, Sylvia
576-1140
April 12 at the Franklin Harvith, Helen Leib, Sarah
Levine, Fern Lutz; Edith
-Mosten, Betty Wolfe and
Helen Zambeck. Bea Fealk
was installing officef.
Chairman was Rose Mes-
kin. Ms. Dinetz was the ar-
Best Wishes to All Our
rangements chairman.
Friends and Patrons

W.C.
Trojan

Combined Seder
Planned April 5

for a

Happy, Healthy

Passover

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Histadrut, Labor Zionist
Alliance, Pioneer Women
and Habonim will hold their
third annual joint Seder 8
p.m. April 5 at the Labor
Zionist Institute, 25900
Greenfield, Suite 205E, Oak
Park.
The Passover program
will include: readings, mus-
ical renditions by the
Habonim Youth Chorus and
community singing.
Passover refreshments will
be served. -
There is a nominal
charge, and reservations
are required. For informa-
tion and reservations, call
the LZI, 967-4720; or the
Pioneer Women office,
967-4750.

The Jewish Agency plans
to establish 10 new settle-
ments in the Galilee this
year.

The

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Agencies Set for Passover

The Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration's local member
agencies will mark
Passover with special pro-
grams and celebrations.
The kosher kitchens at
the Jewish Home for Aged,
Jewish Federation Apart-
ments and Sinai Hospital
have been made "pesandig"
for the holiday, with kosher-
for Passover foods and uten-
sils.
The Jewish Home for
Aged has scheduled Seders
at Borman Hall and Prentis
Manor. The dining rooms
are being arranged so that
all participants will be able
to face the officiating can-
tor. There will be a Seder
plate and bottle of wine for
every three persons.
Children from the
Temple Beth El Sunday
School will visit Federa-
tion Apartments on
March 30, bringing small
Passover gifts for the
residents. The Apart-
ments Seder on Monday
evening will be led by
Mark Krauss, a graduate
student at the University
of Michigan.
Sinai Hospital's kosher
kitchen is preparing special
Passover meals for patients
who request them. On the
Seder nights the meals will
include matzot, horse-
radish, haroset and other
traditional foods.
The Jewish Community
Center will have a fully-
catered community Seder,
as well as a special Seder, in
Russian, for recent immig-
rants from the Soviet
Union. The Russian Seder is
part of the Center's accultu-
ration program, which aims
to integrate immigrants
into the Jewish American
way of life.
Many other Russian im-
migrants will attend Seders
at the homes of area resi-
dents. Home hospitality ar-
rangements were made by
Jewish Family Service and
local congregations. JFS
volunteers will also deliver
packages of Passover food to
needy persons in the com-
munity.
Model Seders were
scheduled at all branches
of United Hebrew
Schools to help students
learn the traditions and
songs associated with the
feast. The children also
contributed to a "Mo'os
Hitim" fund to provide

The Bnai Brith Hillel
Foundation on the Wayne
State University campus
will match up out-of-
towners or persons who
would otherwise spend
Passover alone with a local
family for the Seder.
For information, call
Rabbi Eli Finkelman, 547-
9466.
The Hillel Lounge 667
Student Center building,
will be closed Monday
through Wednesday and
April 7 and 8 for Passover.
The lounge will re-open and
luncheon will be served
April 9. Hillel House in Oak
Park will be closed during
Passover.

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Passover foods for needy
persons in the commu-
nity.
The Jewish Community
Council distributed pam-
phlets on the "matza of
Hope," a special reading on
behalf of Soviet Jews that
can be included in the
Seder. The council also dis-
tributed press kits about the
holiday.

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