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March 04, 1983 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-03-04

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Women's Clubs

(Continued from Page 40)
HARMONY CHAP-
TER, Women's American
ORT, will have its first fund
raiser 5-8 p.m. March 14 at
Baby and Me, 24901
Northwestern, Southfield,
in the Fidelity Bank Build-
ing. The chapter will re-
ceive a percentage of the
sales that evening.
Everyone is invited. For in-
formation, call Michelle
Globerson, 544-1758; or
Marlene Zeitlin, 569-0218.
* * *
OAK PARK NSHEI
CHABAD STUDY
GROUP (Nine Mile Area)
will meet 3 p.m. Saturday in
the home of Mrs. Joseph
Stewart, 13814 Kenwood.
The 10 Mile Area group will
not meet.

Women's Mo'os Hitim Lunch
to Aid Needy at Passover

NORTHWEST CHILD
RESCUE WOMEN will
have a board meeting noon
Thursday at the Laurel

Beth Abraham Hillel
Moses Sisterhood will have
its annual fund-raising
Mo'os Hitim charity lunch-
eon noon Wednesday at

* * *

Woods Apts. club house and 357-1164.
a regular meeting noon
* * *
March 24 at Laurel Woods.
YOUNG WOMEN OF
The nominating committee, JEWISH NATIONAL
Faye Ziegler, Ruth Yost, FUND will hold a "Lunch
Clara Krueger and Rose and Learn" meeting noon
Lampner, will present a Thursday at the home of
new slate of officers.
Joan Shapiro, 4319 Stoney
* * *
River Drive, Birmingham.
Dr. Gerald Teller, superin-
BNAI MOSHE • SIS- tendent of the United He-
TERHOOD will meet 8 brew Schools, will speak on
p.m. Thursday at the "How the-Youth of Today
synagogue. Paula Zemel, Are Being Prepared for
nutritionist and culinary Jewish Community In-
expert, will prepare volvement." Members are
Passover vegetarian dishes. asked to bring auction-ads
For information, call and gifts. For reservations,
Chairman Pearlena Bodzin, call Ms. Shapiro, 626-8362.

PASSOVER CAKES

by

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Second Session on Thursday
for JWF Women Leadership

The Leadership Enrich-
ment Series of the Jewish
Welfare Federation
Women's Division will have
its second session Thursday
at United Hebrew Schools.
The day will begin at 9:15
a.m. with speaker Sara
Ehrman, political education
director of the American Is-
rael Public Affairs Commit-
tee (AIPAC) in Washington.
The afternoon session will
feature Mark Talisman, di-
rector of the Washington
Action Office of the Council
of Jewish Federations.

(4 ?bra 4, 1983 41

The- rri:9

Ms. Ehrman will focus
on the role of AIPAC and
individual respon-
sibilities of,the American
Jewish voter. Talisman
will speak on the role of
CJF in developing politi-
cal awareness and action
on issues of Jewish con-
cern.

Other sessions in the
series will include a bus
tour of Jewish historical De-
troit and a presentation on
future communal trends by
Federation Executive Di-
rector Wayne Feinstein.

SHEL ROTT

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■■
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g- $50. 00
Guest speaker at the
The mission has been
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Proceeds from the annual
For details, call the Israel ▪
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• VELVET • RENAISSANCE FACIAL MASQUE
fund raiser will be used to Aliya Center, 661-1084 or
Farmington Hills
I • FIRMAPLEXx MASQUE • SUBDUE MASQUE
provide Passover food for 661-1000, ext. 265; or Dr. I • SUPERIOR PROTEIN • MAXI B • BOTANOIL
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Burton Faudem, 851-8519.
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Barbara Schnipper is
chairman of the lunch-
eon. Bunny Frank is pro-
gram chairman. Bea
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music is
president.
There is a charge for the
luncheon. For reservations,
Jerry Fenby
Wilmot
Johnny Chase
call Sara Last 968-0079;
Fenby-Carr
Tom
Ploeger
Rendezvous
Ruth Penner, 355-1448; or
Shelby Lee
Bob Durant
ABZ Orchestra
Sophia Feldman, 626-9517.
Eric Freudigman
Divertissement
Friends are invited.
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MISS WINNIMAN

Mr. and Mrs. Allan Win-
niman of Grand Rapids an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Susan
Marcy, to Bradley E. Allen,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Allen of Cheltenham, Pa.
Miss Winniman was
graduated from Michigan
State University. Her
fiance was graduated .rom
Temple University and
Thomas M. Cooley Law
School.
A May wedding is
planned.

15 .1

GIFT
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FOR ALL
BRIDES
WHO
REGISTER

Re-Election Told

David Handleman and
Harold M. Marko have been
re-elected to three-year
terms on the council of na-
tional trustees of the Na-
tional Jewish Hospital/
National Asthma Center in
Denver, Colo.

There is no wisdom like
frankness.

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