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February 24, 1984 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-02-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40 Friday, February 24, 1984

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`Art/Scope '84' Art Exhibition
Coming to Shaarey Zedek

Cong. Shaarey Zedek
Fine Arts Commission's
"Art/Scope '84" will take
place March 13-15 at the
synagogue.
Artist Linda Zalla,
chairman of Shaarey
Zedek's Art Commission
and co-chairman of its Cul-
tural Commission, is
chairman of the event.
Art by Jewish artists or of
Jewish content has been
selected.
Every medium of the
fine arts — oils,
watercolors, prints and
drawings — and three-
LINDA ZALLA
dimensional art-
and
Dr.
and Mrs. Richard
sculpture, will be shown.
Brown
are
co-chairmen of
Purchases will be tagged
"sold," but the exhibit patron tickets.
Refreshments and music
will remain intact until
will
be provided.
the closing at 5 p.m. on
Hope Palmer, lecturer,
March 15. Purchasers
may pick up their art be- art historian, and assis-
tween 5 and 7 p.m. on that tant professor of
humanities at Wayne
day.
Hours for "Art/Scope '84" State University, will
are: March 13, Patron speak at 9 p.m. March 13
Night, 8 p.m. (admission on "From the Heart: The
fee); March 14, 1-10 p.m. Importance of Self — In
(free); and March 15, 1-5 Modern Art."
Certificates of authentic-
p.m. (free). Purchases may
be made at any time during ity will be provided by the
galleries, with purchases.
the three days.
All patrons will be listed Trained docents will "ac-
in a catalogue. Dr. Paul M. quaint viewers with back-
Gold, co-chairman of the , grounds of the artists and
Cultural Commission, and the art pieces. There also
Mrs. Gold, in addition to Mr. will be brochures on the var-
and Mrs. Marvin Cherrin ious artists.

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annual joint meeting at
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The devil finds some mis-
chief still for hands that
have not learned how to be
idle.

Interfaith Women's Event Thursday

The League of Catholic
Women and the League of
Jewish Women's Organiza-

ALLII3ERT lucite bath accessories
AQUA GLASS fiberglass tubs, showers,

Participating galleries
for "Art/Scope '84" include:
Cantor-Lemberg, Gallery
22, Franklin Siden, James
Hunt Barker, I. Irving
Feldman, Park West,
Rubiner, Schweyer-Galdo,
Sheldon Ross, Sixth Street,
Town Center and Troy.
The Fine Art Commission
is a division of the
synagogue's Cultural
Commission of which Dr.
Samuel Stulberg is chair-
man. Walter L. Field is hon-
orary chairman.
Committee chairmen
are: Mrs. Zalla, Sherry
Najman, Judy Stulberg,
Ceil Kliger Ruda, Belden
Carroll, Thomas Jab-
lonski, Robert Steinberg,
Sheldon Satovsky, Ida
Joyrich, Terry Oster,
Linda Gold, Cantor
Chaim Najman, Mary
Freedland, David Levine,
Myron Milgrom, Evelyn
Levine and Michael Bal-
kin.
Musicians are Nikolai
Lemberg, flutist, and
Pauline Martin, pianist.
The community is in-
vited. For information or
patron tickets, call the
synagogue, 357-5544.

OAK PARK NSHEI
CHABAD STUDY
GROUP (10 Mile area) will
meet at 3 p.m. Saturday in
the home of Mrs. Moshe
White, 24731 Church.
White will speak. The Nine
Mile area group will meet 3
p.m. Saturday in the home
of Mrs. Dovid Nerenberg,
23081 Cloverlawn. Rabbi
Nerenberg will speak.
* * *
WOMEN OF JEWISH
NATIONAL FUND will
have a board meeting 11:30
a.m. (new time) March 6 in
the Whitehall Apts. club
house. Hostesses for the day
are: Pearl Cohen, Ann
Rosenberg and Bea Feigel-
man. Members who are not
able to attend should call
the JNF office, 557-6644.

IOOF Temple, Berkley. Re-
freshments will follow.
* * *
TROY - ROCHESTER
GROUP, Hadassah, will
meet 8 p.m. March 8 in the
home of Maxine • Baker,
3523 Salem, Troy. The film,
"Hadassah Is," will be
shown. Purim refreshments
will be served. For informa-
tion or directions, call the
Hadassah office, 357-2920;
or Kathy Sklar, 355-1037,
after 4:30 p.m.

Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Sister Monica Kos-
tielaney, director of public
affairs for the Michigan
Catholic Conference, and
Mimi Alperin, national
chairman of interreligious
affairs, American Jewish
Committee, will speak on
"Women, The Custodians of
Values."

Marjorie Shuman Saul-
son, president of the League
of Jewish Women's Organ-
izations, invites the com-
munity.

Bagels and dessert will be
served. There is a small fee.
For information, call Ad-
rienne Milin, 626-3944; or
Marjorie Saulson, 642-
7784.

Federation Spring Forum
Being Planned for April 10

* * *

BNAI DAVID SIS-
TERHOOD will meet noon
Monday in the synagogue.
Obstetrician-gynecologist
Dr. Edward Lichten will
discuss "Hormones
Through the Ages." Petite
luncheon will be served.
There is a nominal charge.
For reservations, call Betty
Pack, 626-9209; or the syn-
agogue, 557-8210.

* * *

PURITY CHAPTER,
Order of the Eastern Star,
will have a business meet-
ing 7:45 p.m. March 5 at the

Shown planning the April 10 Spring Forum of the
Jewish Welfare Federation Women's Division are,
from left, Marsha Hoffert, Barbara Cook, Nancy
Glass, Beverly Liss, Barbara Zack, Gloria Cohen and
Leslee Feinstein. The annual event will be held at the
main Jewish Community Center with Dennis Prager
as keynote speaker.

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