Friday, October 12, 1984
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Pioneer Women / Na'amat • • •
Greater Detroit Council
Donor Luncheon, Sunday, Oct. 28, 1984 12E30 P. M
Congregation Beth Achim, 21100 West 12 Mile
ISRAEL - AMERICAN RELATIONS
Tsvi Bisk, J.N.F. Eastern Division Consultant,
Program Department Pioneer Women/Na'amat
Invocation DR. JACQUELINE ZEFF
Luncheon Music SONNY LIPENHOLTZ
Musical Selections, JOAN JACOBS, Vocalist
Accompanist, Mrs. Seymour Kraus
Chairman of the day, EVELYN NOVECK
R.S.V.P. by October 19
THE ADULT STUDY COMMISSION of ADAT SHALOM SYNAGOGUE
Auto executives honor Blanchard
at JNF Tree of Life Award dinner
Charlotte Jacobson, president
of Jewish National Fund of
America, announced that Philip
Caldwell, CEO of Ford Motor Co.;
Lee Iacocca, chairman of the
board of Chrysler Corp.; and
Roger B. Smith, CEO and chair-
man of the board of General
Motors Corp., are participating in
JNF's dinner honoring Michigan
Governor James J. Blanchard.
Blanchard will be presented
with the JNF's highest honor, the
Tree of Life Award, on Tuesday at
7 p.m. at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
During his eight years in Con-
gress, Blanchard served as
chairman of the House subcom-
mittee on economic stabilization
authoring the Chrysler Loan
Guarantee Act. He served on the
House Banking, Finance and
Urban Affairs Committee and the
a weekend encounter with DENNIS PRAGER
House Science and Technology
Committee. Gov . Blanchard was
appointed to the President's
Commission on the Holocaust and
still serves as a member of the
U.S. Holocaust Memorial Coun-
Political figures, top executives
from auto, banking and utilities
corporations, and community
leaders are expected to attend.
Others who have received the
award are: President Gerald Ford,
Gov. Nelson Rockefeller, The Rev.
Martin Luther King and Bob
The Tree of Life Award is given
in recognition of outstanding
community involvement and
dedication to the cause of peace
and the security of human life.
For reservations and informa-
tion, call the JNF, 557-6644.
elderly on Succot
Internationally renowned author and lec-
turer DENNIS PRAGER will explore the
The Mitzvah Music Makers,
under the direction of Jocelyn
Ruth Krieger, will present a spe-
cial Succot program at 2 p.m.
Monday at Borman Hall —
Jewish Home for the Aged and
Tuesday, at Prentis Manor at 7
Mitzvah Music Maker members
are: Amy Rose, mistress of cere-
monies; pianists, Marah Berris,
Joshua Berris, Ari Berris, Susie
Cohen, Shani Cohen, Sarah
Chava Eisenberger, Rivka Eisen-
berger, Elana Gelberman, Chani
Kraus, Shoshi Krieger and Mer-
riam Silverstein; Drums, Av-
rohom S. Zalman Krieger; and
stage manager and properties,
Yaakov Meir Krieger.
"WHERE HAVE ALL THE YOUNG JEWS
GONE? — AND OTHER CURRENT DI-
Friday, Oct. 26 - Sunday, Oct. 28, 1984
Friday Evening, October 26, USY Oneg Shabbat 8:00 p.m. All teenage Jewish youth are invited
to attend in the Adat Shalom Board Room.
Shabbat Morning Services October 27
Mr. Prager will explore the main theme of the week-end, "Where Have All the Young Jews Gone?"
during the course of Services.
Noon Shabbat, October 27
A catered Shabbat Luncheon will be followed by a dialogue with Mr. Prager on the issues raised
during the morning sermon. Call the Synagogue Office, 851-5100, for reservations.
Living with cancer
topic of focus group
Sunday Morning Brunch, October 28, 10:00 a.m.
The Men's Club will sponsor a brunch at which anti-Semitism will be the topic. Students from
Hebrew High School and the Adat Shalom Bar and Bat Mitzvah Club as well as their parents are
invited, along with the entire community. Reservations must be made in advance. Call the
Synagogue Office, 851-5100 by Wednesday, October 24.
THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY IS INVITED TO-ATTEND — MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS NOW
A focus group on living with
cancer will be held Tuesday at
7:30 p.m. in the Fireside Lounge
at First Presbyterian Church of
Birmingham, 1669 W. Maple
of YESHIVAH BETH YEHUDAII
at the Fairlane Manor
COCKTAILS: 6:30 p.m.
DINNER: 7:30 P.M.
*For Reservations Please Call: 557-6750
"GOLDEN TORAH AWARD RECIPIENT"
Mr. Sol Lessman
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