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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-03-25

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60 Friday, March 25, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Adat Shalom Sisterhood Donor to Feature Rachlevsky

Adat Shalom Sisterhood
will have its Spring Donor
Day 10 a.m. April 18 in the
.synagogue.
The day will begin with
boutique shopping. The
boutiques will feature pot-
tery by Barbara Dalton, or-
ganic sculpture jewelry by
Ted Striewski, women's clo-
thing and accessories, chil-
dren's clothing and educa-
tional toys, books, make-up,
candy, silk plants and flow-
ers, bake shop, gold and
silver jewelry, party and
paper goods, telephones,
spaceholders, hand-painted
silks, musical instruments,
Lucite, handcrafted items,

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art work, religious items
and Sisterhood Gift Shop
items.
Coffee and cake will be
served. The noon luncheon
will be followed by a concert
by violinist Mischa
Rachlevsky.
A native of Russia,
Rachlevsky studied at
the Music Institute of
Moscow. While a student,
he earned a position in
the Moscow Chamber
Orchestra. He appeared
in concert throughout the
Soviet Union and ap-
peared there on radio
and TV.
He left the Soviet Union
in 1973 and has since per-
formed as a soloist in Israel,
South Africa, MeXico and
Canada. In 1976, he joined
the Detroit Symphony Or-
chestra. Rachlevsky will be
accompanied by members of
the DSO.

MISCHA RACHLEVSKY

' Proceeds for the fund
raiser will benefit sister-
hood projects, educational,
cultural, youth- and
handicapped-serving.
Sisterhood President is
Betsy Winkelman. Terran
Leemis is donor chairman.
Assisting them are: Rene

Women's Division to Meet

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if I can't beat your best deal

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Happy
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TO NAME A FEW:

Spring Forum is one of
the many activities of
Women's Division, whose
year-round focus is educa-

tion, fund raising and serv-
ice.
The event will be chaired
by Annie Cohen, with asso-
ciate chairman Barbara
Zack. Among the women
involved in planning the
event are: Shirley Loe-
wenthal, Pnina Basse and
Leslie Friedman, decora-
tions; Linda Soberman, in-
vitation design; and Karen
Singer, forum secretary.
For information, contact
Bertha Chomsky, assistant
director of Women's Di-
vision, 965-3939.

Women 'Warm Up' for SZ
`Woman's World' Event

SHARPENING THE PENCIL
ON ALL NAME BRAND
FURNITURE & BEDDING

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Arthur Kurzweil, author
of "From Generation to
Generation — How to Trace
Your Jewish Genealogy and
Personal History," will be
the featured speaker at the
annual Spring Forum of the
Women's Division of the
Jewish Welfare Federation,
9:15 a.m. April 21 at the
main Jewish Community
Center.

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Shaarey Zedek Sister-
hood will sponsor a family
fun run/walk in advance of
its April 27 "It's A Woman's
World — The Best You Can
Be in 1983" at 12:30 p.m.
April 17 at the synagogue.
Denise Baron Parr will
conduct aerobic exercises.
Light luncheon will be

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1 week only - March 25 thru April 2

Harvard Row Mall,

The Jewish Home for
Aged's two facilities, Pre-
ntis Manor 'and Borman
Hall, will conduct Sedorim
for residents on the first two
nights of Passover.
At Prentis Manor, Cantor
David A. Gutman will chant
the liturgy. Rev. Ira Zaid-
man will conduct the Bor-
man Hall Sedorim, with the
participation of the resi-
dents.

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Savings On Spring

Bras & Hose

Home for Aged
Plans Sedorim

Stage Shows
Close up magic

1st ANNIVERSARY SALE

Arlene Greer's

Lieberman, Celia Schwartz,
Harriet Dunsky, Esther Al-
lan, Frances Rosenzweig,
Sharon Hart, Lois
Shiffman, A.M. Goldkrand,
Maureen Kornwise, Elaine
Rosenblatt, Roslyn
Katzman, Ann Benderoff,
Gloria Freedland, Blanche
Bauman, Nita Lichtens-
tein, Rose Diamond, Ethel
Goldenberg, Bess Axelrod,
Brina Pepper, Sandy
Schram, Toby Dobkin, Le-
nore Dunsky, Ann Helfman
and Rissa Winkelman.
The public is invited at a
charge. Babysitting will be
available by reservation
only. For reservations and
information, call the
synagogue office, 851-5100.

354-6161

DENISE PARR

served. Prizes will be
awarded.
For information, call
Bernice Kernis, 626-1213;
or Helene Cherrin, 855-
9616.
The annual "Woman's
World" event this year will
begin at 9 a.m. April 27 at
the synagogue and feature a
showing of European fash-
ions.

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Junior Division
Party Is Sunday

Young adults of post-
college-age through their
mid-30s are invited to the
Jewish Welfare Federation
Junior Division-sponsored
"Evening at Cheeks" 8 p.m.
Sunday.
There will be refresh-
ments, and valet parking is
available. Tickets will be
available at the door.
For details, call Junior
Division Director Sandra
Feuer, 965-3939.

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CHOICE
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INNO-
VATIONS
589-2478

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