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March 19, 1982 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-03-19

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40 Friday, March 19, 1982

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Photo Exhibit and Two Speakers
Highlight Women's Spring Forum

organization files to trace
the roots of Detroit Jewish
communal life. The photo
display provides highlights
of the women and projects
that helped shape the
Jewish community.
As Jack Frost makes
Guest speaker in the
his exit, leaving
morning is Dr. Deborah E.
flowers everywhere!
Lipstadt, an assistant pro-
fessor of Jewish studies at
4 .
Take this gal with you, as you welcome
UCLA and a major figure in
the new season, wtih everything good
UJA Young Leadership ac-
for your hungry brood!
tivities.
Kosher Dairy Products daily, under super-
The afternoon session
vision of the Metro Kashruth Council:
.
will feature an interview
Rabbi Jack Goldman, Administrator
of psychologist Dr.
■ 111111millmosmemmollmilrom
Sandra Lyness by Divi-
sion President Shelby
Tauber.
Under Supervision of
Serving on the commit-
The Council of Orthodox Rabbis
tees for the event are Linda
Soberman, invitations
chairman; Gloria Cohen
13831 W. - 9 Mile Rd., Oak Park 543-7092
and Sylvia Rosenthal, deco-
rations co-chairmen; and
OPEN FRIDAY TIL 4:00
Joyce Sherman and Karen
Singer, clerical co-
Fruit, Vegetable and
chairmen. Committee
Delicatessen
members include Pnina
Basse, Carmen Biederman,
AT GREAT PRICES
Carol Bloom, Pearlena Bod-
zin, Marlene Boesky, Dena
Canvasser, Ilene Chait,
1 .39 lb.
Barbara Cook, Rosalie
BREAST OF VEAL with pocket
Dean, Marilyn Diem, Mar-
$2 89 lb.
ROAST BEEF trim
garet S. Eichner, Gloria
$7 99
Firestone, Leslie Friedman,
5 lb. GROUND CHUCK
Faye Goldman, Judy
Granader, Cheryl Guyer,
Carol Isaacson, Helen Katz,
PRODUCE
Betsy Kellman, Judy
LOW, LOW PRICES
Kepes, Sally Krugel, Gail
DR. DEBORAH LIPSTADT
Lansky, Melvy Erman
Lewis, Eva Lipton, Sharon
Lipton and Shirley Loe-
wenthal.
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Also Sandy Meltzer,
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Mary Saidman, Madelon
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Seligman, Shayna Silver-
man, Cindy Stegman,
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Susan Tapper, Arlene
.
- - -
As an apple-tree among the trees
Tencer, Lonnie Vinegar, Ei-
• of the wood,
leen Wasserman, Linda
So is my beloved among the sons.
Weingarden, Barbara Zack
Under its shadow I delighted to
and Linda Zlotoff.
sit,
Donna Slatkin is Wo-
And its fruit was sweet to my
men's Division vice presi-
taste.
dent of education, and
(Song. of Songs 2.3)
Shelby Tauber is division
president.
Paid reservations for the
event must be made by
Monday. For information,
is pleased to announce that its product .. .
contact Federation's Wo-
men's Division, 965-3939.

When Women's Division
of the Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration presents its annual
Spring Forum on March 31
at the main Jewish Com-
munity Center, particip-
ants will have the opportun-
ity to view a photo display
on Jewish communal life in
Detroit, as well as hearing
two speakers. Under the di-
rection of Spring Forum
chairman Barbara
Altwerger, associate and
program chairman Annie
Cohen and adviser Dena
Golden, the event will be
held from 9:15 a.m. to 2:15
p.m. and includes luncheon.
In developing the prog-
ram, "Where Do I Hang My
Hat?: Our Choices as
Jewish Women," volunteers
under the leadership of
Barbara Zack dug through

The spirit of Spring is in the air,
as March saunters in, with a merry aire!
Before you know it,
we'll have showers
with a flare!

Lo-Cal Recipes
for Passover

Weight Watchers has de-
veloped several Passover
recipes. Among them are:
Passover cheese blintzes,
stuffed filet of sole, Passover
muffins and lemon "cream"
torte dessert.
For copies, send a
stamped, self-addressed en-
velope to: Weight Watchers,
Passover Recipes, P.O. Box
125LV, Lathrup Village,
48076:

LARRY FREEDMAN

.

STRICTLY KOSHER MEAT MARKET

,

Orchestra and Entertainment

647-2367

DR. SANDRA LYNESS

Bloom g&ge 13toom

Registered Electrologists

Come in and let ul remove your unwanted
hair problem and improve your appear-
ance. •
- Ask For Shirlee or Debby.

Appt. Only

BANDS! BANDS! BANDS!

Biggest Selection in Midwest!

LORIO ROSS ENTERTAINMENT

has got 'em. Yes, we've got the
fabulous sounds of JERRY ROSS V
+ II, the dynamic LOVING CUP, the
SMILING FACES and the great
JOHNNY WALLACE BAND. And
Big Bands? From COUNT BASLE to
RAY CHARLES — KEEPSAKE —
we've got'em all! And that's not all.
From Disc jockeys, and Super Stars
to Caricaturists to Magicians .. .
We've got the very best.

T

THE C.F. BURGER CREAMERY COMPANY

SPEAS APPLE JUICE

— (in refrigerated half gallon containers)

will be available at Farmer Jack supermarkets and
all better food stores

KOSHER FOR PASSOVER

(kosher ('Pesach in Hebrew as in previous ads)

• no sugar

• no preservatives

• no additives

Just pure, genuine 100% honest to goodness .. .

APPLE JUICE . to enhance your Seder
and your Yom Tov!

made under strict Orthodox rabbinical supervision

METROPOLITAN KASHRUTH COUNCIL

of Michigan

Rabbi Jack Goldman

Administrator

358-5493

11 Mile between Evergreen & Southfield

GLORIA KROHNER

Your Wedding/Mitzvah Specialist

LORIO ROSS ENTERTAINMENT AGENCY

799 Stephenson, Troy, Mich.

588-0441

Tay Sachs Test
in Ann Arbor

There will be a Tay Sachs
screening April 4 at the
Bnai Brith Hillel Founda-
tion, 1429 Hill, Ann Arbor.
There is a fee, however,
no one will be turned away
for lack of funds.
A physician and a genetic
counselor will be on hand at
the screening or Henry Ford
Hospital Genetic Counsel-
ing Clinic can be contacted
876-3188. For details, call
the coordinator, Patti
Kanagur, 662-3843.

New Offices

The Consulate General of
the Federal Republic of
Germany will conduct busi-
ness at its new location,
Edison Plaza, 660 Plaza Dr.,
Suite 2100, Detroit, 48226,
on Aprill. The consulate
can be contacted at 962-
6526.

DAZZLING -
DIAMOND BRACELETS

% regular
200ff retail

The finest designers have sent us their most exciting creations.
Tapper's is your best source for diamonds. Hurry, they won't
last long. Where else but Tapper's!

CASH
REFUNDS

Tapper's

26400 West Twelve Mile Road
in Southfield's Racquetime Mall

Northeast corner of 12 Mile & Northwestern Hwy

357-5578

FREE
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