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April 19, 1985 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-04-19

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42 Friday, April 19, 1985 —

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

MICHIGAN REGION

FOR WOMEN

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BAZAAR 85

Sunday & Monday

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June 1st & 2nd

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Featuring: clothing, handbags, jewelry, plants, toys
and craft items, as well as food and entertainment.
Merchant space still available.
Contact:
Ivy at 354-6192 or 557-0595
Barbara at ORT, 355-9151

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Refreshments, Program and Tours at 2:30 p.m.

MEMBERSHIP $150

(1

I will be happy to attend
I am unable to attend, but
wish to become a Life Member.

Name

Address

City

MASADA GROUP, Hadassah,

will meet on Tuesday at 12:15
p.m. at the Knob Woods club
house. Guests are invited, and
luncheon will be served at a nom-
inal charge. New members join-
ing at this time will be our guests
for lunch. Irma Katchke, program
chairman, announces that Nancy
Fillmore of the Southfield Public
Library will review the following:
The Outsider by Howard Fast and
The Rest of US by Stephen Bir-
mingham. Reservations are being
taken by Belle Rudin, 356-1504.
Presidents are Paulette Borin,
Nita R. Lichtenstein and Alma
Yaffe.

BETH ACHIM SISTERHOOD

will hold a general meeting on
Monday at 8 pm. in the synagogue
lounge. Guest speaker will be ca-
terer Wyn Landis who will pre-
sent "A Pocketful of Party Poin-
ters." There is no charge. The pub-
lic is invited. Refreshments will
be served. For information, con-

Shaliach To Speak
For Pioneer Women

Auxiliary Jewish Home for Aged

Cordially invites you to an Open House
Honoring Life Members
Sunday, the fifth of May
From two until four o'clock
Edward I. and Freda Fleischman Residence
Louis C. and Edith B. Blumberg Plaza
6710 W. Maple Road, West Bloomfield, MI



DIMONA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women/Naamat, will hold a
luncheon-meeting at noon Tues-
day in the home of Jane
Barenholtz, 28722 Rockledge,
Farmington Hills. Bess Berris
and Adeline Salinger will talk
about the joys and problems their
children have found in making
their homes in Israel. For reserva-
tions, call Ms. Barenholtz, 626-
6447. Friends are welcome. There
is a nominal charge.

Zip

Phone

Please make checks payable to: Auxiliary Jewish Home for Aged
Mail to: Mrs. William Tarnow, 22769 Bellbrook Rd., Southfield, MI 48034

tact Chairman Sandy Fink, 557-
9491.

CHANA CZENESH CHAP
TER, Pioneer Women/Naamat,

will meet on Monday at noon at
the Lincoln Towers Apts club
room. Bessie Berris, Council
funds vice president, will be the
guest speaker. Her topic will be
"Israel Today." Guests are wel-
come.

DEGANIA CHAPTER, Pioneer `)
Women/Naamat, will have a
Mother-to-Mother luncheon
whose theme is "Send A Mother to
Camp," on May 5 at 12:30 p.m.
Luncheon and the presentation of j
the slate will take place in the )-')
home of Judy Zeltzer, 5315
Watergate, West Bloomfield. Pro- `)
ceeds from luncheon will benefit
Naamat projects to help send a
mother in Israel with 10 or more
children to a Naamat camp for
two weeks. For luncheon reserva-
tions, call Jackye Drapkin, 646-
8086; or Judy Zeltzer, 681-0477.

LADIES OF YESHIVATH
BETH YEHUDAH will have a

luncheon meeting on Wednesday
at noon at the yeshivah building.
The meeting is being sponsored by
Mrs. Ilona Dick in honor of the''
marriage of her daughter, and by
Mrs. Rose Grunfeld honoring the 7
birth of a granddaughter. Guest
speaker at the luncheon will be
Rabbi Leizer Levin, president of
the Council of Orthodox Rabbis of
Metropolitan Detroit. Mrs. Leo
Laufer, president, invites friends. ')

\

B'NAI DAVID SISTERHOOD` -)

will have a general meeting at
noon Monday in the synagogue. <
Luncheon will be served at a nom-
inal charge. Diane and Sol Colton
will present an audio-visual pro-
gram, "The Jewish Treasures of
Prague." Guests are welcome. For
reservations, call Eleanor Man- I,
ess, 557-6269; or the synagogue c)
office, 557-8210.

CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women/

Benny c warz

Israel
chapter,
Pioneer
Wornen/Naamat, will hold its
April meeting at the Franklin
Park Towers Apts club house on
Saturday at 12:30 pm.
Benny Schwarz will be the
guest speaker. Schwarz will speak
on "Absorption of Ethiopian
Jewry — The Latest Miracle."
Schwarz is the community
shaliach for metropolitan Detroit.
He came from Israel in August
1984. He is a member of the
Jewish Community Center staff
and among his responsibilities
are youth activities, family holi-
days, programs, cultural arts and
the Israel Aliyah Center. In addi-
tion, Schwarz represents the kib-
butz movement and Habonim-
Dror.
A social hour will precede the
meeting. Friends, husbands and
guests are welcome. For informa-
tion, call Fan Bunin, 646-5337.

Naamat, will hold a meeting on
Monday at 11:30 a.m. at the Kris-
ten Towers, Oak Park. Marlene-, )
Goldman, libraran, will review
The Haj by Leon Uris. Brunch is -7'
sponsored by Frances and Charles
Dricker in honor of their 61st
wedding anniversary. Friends are
welcome.

SHAAREY ZEDEK SISTER °-<
HOOD will have its annual in-

-

stallation luncheon at noon May cl)
13 in the synagogue. The program
will feature a musical Extra .. .
Extra . ..! Good News Today,
composed by Frances Singerman <
and Nat Leon. The performance
will be given by the Sisterhood'''
Chorale, under the direction of y
Cantor Chaim Najman, accom-
panied by Leypsa Groner.
Officers to be installed are:
President, Helene Cherrin; Vice
Presidents, Shirley Ruzumna,
Anita Millman, Sandy Schwartz
and Marilyn Rollinger; Trea-
surer, Bernice Kernis;,-)
Secretaries, Lois Nelson, Lesley
Schneider, Frieda Olen, Phyllis
Robinson and Gail Goodstein.
Reservations are required.
There is a charge.
For tickets, call Gladys Croll,

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