THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, March 29, 1985
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Rabbi Lawrence Kushner is shown with members of the 1985 Spring
Forum steering committee. Pictured with him are, from left: Ellen
Labes, Nancy Glass, Nancy Jacobson, Beverly Liss and Barbara Zack.
Artisans '85 Fair Nears
Artisans '85, Temple Israel Sis-
terhood's annual art fair, will be
presented April 27-29 at the tem-
At 7 p.m. April 27, there will be
a patron champagne preview, fol-
lowed by the presentation of the
Mildred S. Steinberg and Andrew
Chalat Memorial Concert, featur-
ing the latest work by Dr. Morton
Gold, Songs of Triumph. The
University of Miami (Ohio) choir
and symphony orchestra will per-
Jewelry appraisals will take
place from noon to 4 p.m. April 28
and Rabbi Harold S. Loss will re-
view Rita Kashner's To the Tenth
Generation on April 29.
The fair will feature artworks of
practical and cultural interest.
Barbara Dalton's "New Image"
will make its premiere at the art
fair. Books will feature pottery,
glass work, jewelry, weaving and
other craft items.
The public is invited to the
April 28 and 29 events at a nomi-
nal charge. Hourse are noon-6
p.m. April 28 and 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Federation Women Plan
Breakfast Forum Series
A recent visitor to Ethiopia,
Jackier also has served as na-
tional vice chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal and is currently
UJA national missions chairman.
Carolyn Greenberg is chairman
of the social awareness commit-
tee. Helen Shevin and Pam Op-
perer are the associate chairmen.
For details, call the Women's
Division at Federation, 965-3939.
Available For Donor
The social awareness commit-
tee of the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion Women's Division will hold
the second of its "First Monday
Group" breakfast meeting series
8:30 a.m. Monday at the offices of
The National Council of Jewish
Women, 30233 Southfield, South-
The series of three Monday
forums will focus on "Trouble
Spots." The April meeting will
Lawrence S. Jackier, commu-
nity leader and member of Feder-
ation's executive committee, will
be this month's featured guest.
Reservations are still being
taken for Adat Shalom Sister-
hood's annual Double-Triple
Chair dessert buffet to be held
12:30 p.m. April 17 in the home of
Beverly Dock, 28202 Harwich,
The afternoon will include
entertainment provided by har-
pist Christa Grix and flutist Kim
Chairman for the donor event is
Harriet Dunsky. Celia Schwartz
is the Diamond and Golden Chai
chairman, and Ethel Goldenberg
and Rosalyn Katzman are the
ways and means vice presidents.
There is a fee. For reservations,
call Ms. Dock, 855-1211; or Gloria
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