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May 11, 1984 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-05-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWg 1111.1.1. Friday, May 11, 1984


, YEHUDAH will hold their

15th annual mother and
,̀-, daughter luncheon noon
June 13 at Cong. Dovid Ben
Nuchim. The luncheon is
sponsored by Mr. and Mrs.
David Finkel, Mr. and Mrs.
Leo Pollack and Mr. and
'Mrs. Jack Winston in mem-
o f their parents Mr. and
Morris (Rose) Pollack.
reservations, call Mrs.
Sylvia Hausman, ticket
chairman, 968-5386, or the
yeshivah office, 557-6750.
* Proceeds from the luncheon
will-benefit needy children
here and in Israel.


SISTERHOOD will have

"An Afternoon at the Op-
era," featuring Cantor
Harold Orbach and friends
at its installation luncheon
at noon May 21 in the tem-
ple. Reservation deadline is
Thursday. For reservations,
call the temple, 661-5700;
Sue Weinstock, 855-2877;
or Sara Hoffman, 681-1107.

CLUB TWO, Pioneer
Women/Naamat, will have
a meeting at 11:30 a.m.
Monday in the Kristen To-
wers, 25900 Greenfield Rd.,
Suite 205E, Oak Park. Bella
Raizman will present the
program. Brunch will be
sponsored by Jennie Cobitz.
Guests are welcome. For
information, call Jeanette
Serling, 968-8518.

Pioneer Women/Naamat,
will hold a regular luncheon
meeting noon Monday in
the Whitehall Apts. club
house. Guest speaker will
be Dr. Franz Kaiser, of the Pioneer Women/Naamat,
psychiatric department of will meet 8 p.m. Wednesday
Sinai Hospital, who will in the home of Dr. Jackie
speak on "Stress Manage- Zeff, 5521 Haverhill, West
_ment for the Elderly." Bloomfield. "Substance
Guests are welcome. The in- Abuse and Women" will be
stallation luncheon will be discussed by Dr. Marty
at noon May 21 at the Red Lubetsky and Dr. John
Lobster. For reservations, Franklin. A business meet-
call Becky Goldberg, 559- ing will follow. Guests are
1776; or Sylvia Isaacs, 352- welcome. There is no
charge. Garage sale chair-


man Karen Berris said that
donations of household
goods and clothing are
needed for the garage sale
May 24 and 25 at the Berris
home, 22103 Chatsford Cir.,
Southfield. Volunteers are
needed. Donations are tax
deductible. For pick-up, call
Mrs. Berris, 355-2780; or
Jackye Drapkin, 646-7086.

At Marguerite's Boutique you will find the most up-
to-date fashions for all occasions, including special
dresses for bar mitzvahs, mother of the bride/
groom, cocktail and evening wear at the most rea-
sonable prices, with personalized attention.

26647 Southfield Road

Between 10 1 /2 & 11 Mile Roads
Under the Red & White Canopy
Open Mon.-Sat. 10:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.


Young Women of Jewish
National Fund, will have a
general meeting at 8 p.m.
Wednesday in the home of
Debbie Stern, 26721
Farmbrook Villa, South-
field, announces President
Gail Wiener. Allan Marks
will deliver a talk on "In-
surance and How It Relates
to Women." For reserva-
tions, call Ms. Stern, 357-
9052; or Pam David, 855-
9330. •


Canadian Wilderness Trips - 9th to 11th grades
Kayaking, mountaineering, sailing, tripping, swimming

Eastern Teen Trip - 10th to 11th grades
New Hampshire, Maine, New Brunswick, Quebec City, Montreal

HOOD will hold a general

Israel Teen Mission - completing 11th and 12th grades - spaces left for boys
38 days with 22 days touring Jerusalem, Eilat, Tel Aviv, the Galilee
Joint program with Israeli Teens

Camp Kennedy - 10th to 11th grades •
Sail, Swim, Waterski - a place to call your own

meeting 7:30 p.m. Wednes-
day in the home of Nancy
Gross, 5824 Cliffside Dr.,
Troy. For information, call
Marsha Wengrow, 549-
2133; or Nancy Gross, 879-

Western Teen Trips - 10th to 12th grades - spaces left for girls

Call 661-0600 for brochure of these programs and Camp Tamarack and Camp
Maas. Scholarships are available to qualifying families.

Conservative women to gather
for conference at Adat Shalom

..Women's League for Con-
servative Judaism, will
hold its 1984 spring confer-
ence May 22-23 at Adat
Shalom Synagogue. Regis-
tration will begin at 10 a.m.
May 22, and Shacharit serv-
ices will be at 8:15 a.m. May
23. The theme of the confer-
ence is "In a World of Tradi-
tion — Change, In a World
of Change — Tradition."
The branch conference
consultant will be Evelyn
Auerbach, national Torah
Fund chairman, of
Philadelphia, Pa. She was
graduated with a B.A. de-
gree in psychology from the
University of Pennsyl-
vania. She has held posi-
tions in industry, psychiat-
ric research and is a
paralegal. She served as a
national vice president, par-

Evelyn Auerbach

liamentarian, program
chairman and on the Torah
Fund cabinet. She is a
member of the Ramah
Commission, vice president
of the Delaware Valley

Flowers for Mom
in Gifts that...

Region of the United
Synagogue of America, is on
the board of Jewish Educa-
Workshops will be con-
ducted on Torah study,
adult education, Jewish
family living, program and
sisterhood-school relations.
Rabbi Efry Spectre of
Adat Shalom will speak on
"World Affairs and Israel
Update." Rabbi Allan
Kensky of Ann Arbor will
conduct a session on Torah
Reservation forms and
checks, payable to the
Michigan Branch, should be
mailed to Carmel Rochwal,
3412 Mackin Road, Flint
48504. For information, call
Ms. Rochwal, (313) 732-
Rena Tobes is the Michi-
gan Branch President.

drain fruit...

(The Colander Bouquet)

)me for Aged Auxiliary
plans 59th annual installation

The Jewish Home for
Aged Auxiliary will have its
59th annual installation
'luncheon noon May 24 at
. Cong. Shaarey Zedek. Sha-
„ron Fleischman will be the
installing officer.

Greetings will be ex-
tended by Charles S. Wolfe
executive vice president,
-) and by Robert Steinberg,

president of the Jewish
Home for Aged. Sylvia Ser-
win, assistant executive di-
rector, also will participate.

Geraldine Margolis will re-
view the auxiliary's activi-
ties during the past year.

Diane Scholnick is
chairman of the day. She
will be assisted by Marilyn

measure sugar ...
(The Measuring Cup Bouquet)

Rowens, vice president of
program, and her commit-
A musical program, "As
Time Goes By,” will be pre-
sented by the Michigan
Opera Theater. There is a
charge. Paid reservations
are due by Thursday, and
should be sent to Mary Tar-
now, 22769 Bellbrook,
Southfield 48034.

sift flour...

(The Flour Sifter Bouquet)

and water plants.

(The Watering Can Bouquet)
Call us for delivery. Mother's Day is May 13.

4319 Orchard lake Rd.

(in the Pine Lake Mall)

West Bloomfield

Open Sun. 9-3


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