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October 15, 1982 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-10-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Yeshiva Ladies Division
Plans Annual Donor Lunch

Tuesday Meeting to Assist
New Home for the Elderly

Ladies of Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah will hold their
61st annual donor luncheon
noon Wednesday at Cong.
Dovid Ben Nuchim.
Mrs. Dora Carmen is the
honoree.
A musical program will
be presented by Cantor
Chaim Najman of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek and by Eric
Rosenow. Rabbi Feivel
Wagner, spiritual leader of
Young Israel of Greenfield,
will be the guest speaker.

The Jewish Home for
Aged will hold a fund-
raising meeting for its new
Maple-Drake residence 8
p.m. Tuesday at the
Standard Club North.
Persons have been asked
to attend to learn about the
project which will signific-
antly expand services to the
Jewish elderly. The 106-bed
Fleischman Residence and
Blumberg Plaza are cur-
rently under construction
on the West Bloomfield site
of the Jewish Community

We will video tape
any occasion for under

9 50.00
•• • • • • •

Children's Birthday Parties

$30.00
•• • • • • •

Weddings & Bar Mitzvas

$150.00
•• • • • • •

VIDEO ESTATE

851-6277

The

SHE. ROTT

ORCHESTRA

Crary—Big Bad Sods

Featuring

T.V. & Recording Artist

VICKIE
CARROLL
Prolossional EntertalnmEont"

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354-0110

354-0771

CANTOR CHAIM NAJMAN

Mrs. Joshua Sperka is
chairman-of the day. Be-
ssie Levin will deliver the
invocation. Judith
Zentman is donor chair-
man, and Jean Kaplan is
co-chairman. Sylvia
Hausman is ticket chair-
man.

The luncheon will be
sponsored by Mr. and Mrs.
Norman Cottler and Mrs.
Fanny Laufer. Proceeds will
aid needy children here and
in Israel.
President Mrs. Laufer in-
vites friends and guests.
The social committee is
comprised of Rose Grun-
field, Leah Rosenberg, Sally
Solomon, Edith Weiss,
Sarah Weiss, Leah Yoffe
and Hanna Greenbaum.

Apricot Loaf

By NORMA BARACH

(Copyright 1982, JTA, Inc.)

1 3/4 cups self-rising flour
1 stick margarine
1 cup dried apricots, roughly
chopped
1/2 cup brown sugar
2 large eggs
5-6 tbsps. milk

Grease and flour a 1-quart
loaf pan. With a pastry blender
or two knives mix flour and
margarine until mixture re-
sembles sand. Add apricots
and sugar. Make a well in cen-
ter, add eggs and milk. The
mixture should have a soft
consistency. Turn into loaf
pan. Bake at 350 degrees for
one hour or until cake tests
done. Let cool in pan about 10
minutes. Turn out and cool on
a wire rack. Slice when cool.
Serve with butter and jelly.
Makes 10-12 slices.

Business Briefs

Center and will be adjacent
to the third phase of Jewish
Federation Apartments.

Solicitation will be con-
ducted by Paul Borman,
chairman of the Home's cap-
ital fund drive.
Avern Cohn, president of
the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion, will bring greetings
from Federation. Robert A.
Steinberg, the Home's vice
president, will provide de-
tails on the new facilities. A
short film tracing the
Home's beginnings in 1937
will be shown.
For meeting information,
call Cindy Weingarden at
Jewish Home for Aged,
532-7112.

Carolyn S. Kahn has
been appointed facility di-
rector of the 56-bed Michi-
gan Osteopathic Medical
Center Adult Mental
Health Hospital.
* * *

Lawrence F. Portnoy

has been named chairman
of the Price Waterhouse In-
ventory Services Group.
Portnoy is a partner in the
firm's Detroit office.

* * *
Farmer Jack Super-

markets are celebrating
their 55th anniversary dur-
ing October with special op-
portunities for saving at all
85 stores.

with a tradition of excellence.
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KNIT SHOPS

MAPLE & ORCHARD LAKE STORE ONLY

Open Sunday 11-4

All sales final - Sorry no charges

There is a charge. For
reservations, call Stella
Morof, 644-2280; or Betty
Steinlauf, 557-6340.

PERSONALIZED
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HELEN ROWIN

Molly Abraham, De-
troit Free Press food and
restaurant critic, also
will appear.

UNIQUE CHANUKAH GIFTS:

candy
got, •6 A.11 lo-o--v f_avo-rite ets

ONE DAY SALE

DESIGNER HANDBAGS

scheduled to be open for
business in mid-November
at 6525 Telegraph Rd. at
Maple. The new associa-
tion's board includes Ken-
neth J. Robinson, Marvin C.
Daitch, Thomas J. Ham-
mond, Merle Harris, Eino
Nurme, Jack A. Robinson
and D. Lawrence Sherman.

Iwo

Zedekah Club will hold
its "Golden Gala Donor" 11
a.m. Oct. 25 at Temple
Emanu-El.
The program will feature
vocalist Helen Rowin. Mrs.

Rowin attended the Univer-
sity of Michigan and Wayne
State University, and holds
degrees in English and
music.
She has appeared profes-
sionally in many musical
comedies and sang the leads
in such shows as "Guys and
Dolls," "The Telephone,"
"The Student Prince" and
many others. She also is the
soprano soloist at Temple
Beth El.
Mrs. Rowin has taught
several courses in history
and development of the
Broadway musical. She
narrates the history of thea-
ter in song. Currently, she is
studying voice with Eva
Likova and is enrolled in a
Master of Music degree pro-
gram at Oakland Univer-
sity.

Bloomfield Savings
and Loan Association is

a 0)
vlace lost lox AO.

Vocalist, Food Critic Featured
at Zedakah Club Annual Donor

SUNDAY, OCT. 17th

Friday, October 15, 1982 49 "

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FALL & WINTER

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50% OFF

includes select group of suits, sportswear and
cocktail clothes

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