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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-05-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Women's Clubs

WOMEN'S AUXIL- Chairmen are Tobi Fox and
IARY TO THE Judy Phillips. Tribute Card
MAIMONIEDS MEDI- Chairmen are Ms. Finkels-
CAL SOCIETY will hold a tein and Ethel Rossman.
board meeting noon Mon- • Other Torah Fund Commit-
day in the home of Margot tee members are: Esther
Klein, 6662 Valley Spring, Grainer, Mrs. Hacker, Lil-
Birmingham. Luncheon lian Katz, Harriet Kruger,
Rose Levin, Estelle Wainer,
will be served.
A general meeting will be Bertha Wasserman and
held noon May 24 at Cong. Fredell Whiteman.
* * *
Shaarey Zedek. There is a
charge for non-luncheon
JEWISH HOME FOR
members and guests. For AGED AUXILIARY will
details, call Sally Mandel, hold its 58th annual instal-
557-0890.
lation meeting noon Tues-
* *
day at Cong. Beth Shalom.
BLOOMFIELD HILLS Luncheon will be served.
Hadassah,
will
GROUP,
The Michigan Opera Thea-
have its installation lunch- ter will present a Broadway
eon noon Tuesday in the revue. There is a charge and
home of Muriel Jacknow, 25 guests are invited.
Cabot Pl., Bloomfield Hills.
Program Chairman is
Officers to be installed are: Sophie LeVine. Marilyn
Estelle Gubow, president; Rowens is chairman of the
Marilyn Leeser, Bobbie day. The committee in-
Segal, Dody Rothenberg, cludes: Ida Wright, Jean
Brenda Pangborn and Arkin, Ilene Nemer, Shirley
Elaine Hecker, vice Levin, Cynthia Steinberg,
presidents; Fannie Robin- Marcia Tanzman, Betty
son, treasurer; and Roddie Brodsky, Frieda Kolb, Rose
Harris, Gerri Sloan, Agi Al-
Shore, Anne Samsky, Eva
pert and Beatrice Maister, Ruth Jaslowe and
Strichartz, secretaries.
Sandra Hertz. Geraldine
Prof. Seymour Riklin of
Margolis is President.
Wayne State University's
For information, call Mrs.
College of Lifelong Learn-
Wright, 557-2042.
ing will speak on "Hol-
* * *
lywood Jews and other
LIVONIA
JEWISH
`Ethnics.' " For reserva-
CONGREGATION
SIS-
tions, call Mrs. Jacknow,
642-3970; Mrs. Segal, 626- TERHOOD will hold a
6344; or Bea Breiner, 626- mini-auction 7 p.m. Sunday
at the synagogue, 31840 W.
8415.
Seven Mile. Refreshments
BUSINESS AND PRO- will be served, and everyone
FESSIONAL CHAPTER, is welcome.
* * *
Women's American ORT,
CIRCLE
KNOB
will meet 7:30 p.m. Monday
Women's
CHAPTER,
at the Janine Adams Skin
American ORT, will have
Care salon, 18161 W. 12
its annual fund-raising
Mile, Suite 1, Lathrup Vil-
lage. There will be a skin games luncheon noon May
24 at the Knob-in-the-
care and make-up demon-
Woods Apts. club house.
stration sponsored by Faye
Proceeds will benefit the
Lybik. Guests are welcome
ORT School of Engineering.
by reservation. For details,
Friends are invited. For
call Bea Cohen, 557-8968.
reservations, call Shirley
** *
Fields, 353-6524; or Ethel
AVODAH - CHAI - Greenstein, 358-0474.
BRANDEIS CHAPTER;
* * *
Pioneer Women/Naamat,
CLUB TWO, Pioneer
will have a luncheon meet-
Women/Naamat, will have
ing noon Monday in the
a pre-holiday meeting 11:30
Whitehall Apts. club house.
a.m. Monday in the Kristen
Officers will be elected and
Towers, 25900 Greenfield,
reservations for the June 20
Suite 205E, Oak Park. Bella
installation will be taken at
Raizman and Jeanette Serl-
the meeting.
ing will present a Shavuot
** *
program. Brunch will be
• BETH ACHIM SIS- served. Guests are welcome.
TERHOOD will hold its
* * *
culminating Torah Fund
GLUCK
FANNIE.
dinner 6:30 p.m. May 23 in
CHAPTER, American
the Wasserman Hall of the Mizrachi Women, will hold
synagogue. The 1983 Torah its annual spring luncheon
Fund honoree, Lillian Fin- noon Monday in the Lincoln
kelstein, will be recognized
Towers Apts. club house.
"for her years of efforts on
Hostesses for the luncheon
behalf of the Torah Fund,
are Ann Bigman, Bea
Beth Achim Sisterhood and
Davidson, Ann Goodman,
the congregation."
Susie Eskin, Flora Fisher,
The program will feature
Rose Gross, Lena Minkin,
a potpourri of Yiddish, He-
Belle Stevens and Dorothy
brew and Russian melodies
Wolack. Proceeds will bene-
presented by guitarist fit needy Israeli children.
Larry Bassin. Attendance is President Ann Rosenberg
by a minimum contribution
invites friends and guests.
to Torah Fund in addition to
There is a nominal charge.
* * *
a nominal fee for the dinner.
DEGANIA CHAPTER,
For reservations, payment
Pioneer Womeri/Naamat, is
for which must be received
collecting furniture, toys,
by Tuesday or for informa-
housewares, bicycles and
tion, call Lotty Partovich,
clothing for its annual
Torah Fund chairman,
rummage sale to be held 9
546-4452; or Beverly
a.m.-5 p.m. May 26 and 27
Hacker, 353-5148.
at the home of Barbara Be-
Sisterhood President is
rris, 27075 Nantucket,
Sharon Burns. Special Gifts

SHAVOUTH SPECIALS
FROM
GREAT scorn

Southfield. To arrange for
pickup, call Ms. Berris,
355-3426; or Jackye Drap-
kin, 646-7086. A meeting on
May 24 will focus on arrang-
ing items for display and
pricing them. Donation cre-
dit will be given for items
donated to the sale.
* * *

•WINE •CREAM

MA COHEN
HERRING

MANISCHEWITZ

TAM TAMS

ADAT SHALOM SIS-
TERHOOD will have its

annual Sisterhood Day ob-
servance Monday in the
synagogue. The day will
begin at 10 a.m. with
Shaharit services. Lunch-
eon will be served at noon.
Following luncheon, the
Harriet Berg dancers of the
Jewish Community Center
will present a program
entitled, "Make a Joyful
Noise Unto the Lord."
Barbara Cook, Elayne
Dauber and Judith Leder
organized the services. Pro-
gram Vice President Roslyn
Katzman is Sisterhood Day
chairman. There is a charge
and babysitting will be
available by reservations,
call the synagogue, 851-
5100.

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