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April 04, 1986 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-04-04

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

44 Friday, April 4, 1986

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GREETINGS - THANKS - REMEMBRANCES
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TRIBUTES & TREATS

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'Helene Rubin 557.3499 Betty Grossman 355-4208

WHITEHALL CHAPTER,
Women's American ORT, will
have a luncheon at 12:30 p.m.
Thursday at the Whitehall Apts.
club room. Mrs. Rose Buchalter .
will report on her recent trip to
Japan. Friends are welcome.
There is a charge.

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TEMPLE EMANU-EL SIS-
TERHOOD will present Dr.
Gail Parker, psychologist and
TV talk show hostess, at 6:30
p.m. Thursday at the temple.
Dr. Parker will speak on
"Superwoman — Fact or . Fic-
tion." The public is invited.
Dinner will be served. There is
a charge. For reservations, call
the Temple, 967-4020.

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OUTSTANDING LUCITE DESIGNS

GREATER MEADOWBROOK
CHAPTER, Women's American
ORT, installed Rita Kollin as
president. Other officers and
board members are: Ruth Zen-
del, membership vice president;
Gail Jutkowitz, financial secre-
tary; Marsha Wengrow, bulletin
chairman; Elaine Finkelstein,
tribute chairman; Donna
Bookholder, secretary; and Mar-
guerite Winer, treasurer. The
group will meet at 8 p.m. April
15 in the Finkelstein home, '980
Golfview, Rochester. Prospective
members are welcome., For di-
rections, call Ms. Finkelstein,
661-8087; or Ms. Kollin, 656-
0594.

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Sara Hochman.

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SHAAREY ZEDEK SISTER-
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World patrons at a luncheon at
the Birmingham home of Mar-
lene. Borman at noon Wednes7
day. The University of Michigan
synchronized swim team will
perform in the Borman pool.
Chairmen for the day are: Ar-
leen Karbal, Gloria Labe and
Bernice Kernis. Patron chair-
man is Sandra Schwarz and
patron ticket chairman is Frieda
Olen. Helen Cherrin is sister-
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Ruzumna is,vice president, fund
raising. For reservations and in-
formation, call Mrs. Ruzumna,
855-2521.

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BETH SHALOM SISTER- Shalom Synagogue. It will be a
HOOD will have its Passover -fashion extravaganza produced
workshop at 10:15 a.m. April 13 and directed by Leah Marks.
in the synagogue. Rabbi David Boutiques will open at 10:30
A. Nelson will speak on "How to a.m. items will 4nclude station-
Add Meaning to Your Seder." ery, jewelry, purses, computer
Vivian Honig will discuss "The software, sweaters, needlepoint
Ritual of -the Seder Table and, and more.
Luncheon will be at noon with
Seder Plate." Jeanette Eizelman
and volunteers will prepare a the fashion show to follow.
display of Passover foods for There is a charge. All proceeds
tasting and recipes. Items from will go to the City of Hope Na-
the gift shop will be on display. tional Pilot Medical Center in
For information, call Gladys Duarte, Calif.
The president of the group is
Goldsmith, 557-3734.
Arlene Cutler. The chairmen for
NEGBAH SHALOM CHAI the afternoon are Barbara
CHAPTER, Naamat, will hold Weintraub, Beverly Benderoff,
a regular meeting on Wednes- Ida Golden, Sylvia Epstein and
day at Kristen Towers, 25900 Andi Wayburn. For information
Greenfield, Oak Park, at noon. and tickets, call Ms. Wayburn,
Charlotte Baldwin, education 258-5085; or' Ms. Epstein, 557-
vice president, will speak on 3519.
topics of current interest. Petite
luncheon will be served. Guests WOMEN OF JEWISH NA-
are welcome. For information, TIONAL FUND will have their
call President Iliene Winkel- meeting on Tuesday at noon at
Temple Emanu-El, announced
man, 968-3972.
Bea Feigelman, president. The
SISTERHOOD OF CONG. guest speaker will be Marlene
B'NAI ISRAEL OF WEST Goldman, who will review
BLOOMFIELD will hold its Heroines of Israel. Ms. Goldman
Torah Fund dinner on Tuesday was former librarian of Car-
at 6:30 p.m. at the synagogue. negie Library in Pittsburgh, Pa.,
The guest speaker will be Benny and at Cong. Shaarey Zedek and
Schwarz, shaliach at the Israel presently is librarian at
Aliyah Center and chief ar- Baldwin Library in Birming-
chitect for the Jordan Valley ham.
Edith Zaffern will give the in-
Planning Department. Guests
are invited. For information, vocation. Bess Axelrod, program
vice president, will be chairman
call the synagogue, 681-5353.
of the day. Refreshments will be
PARKWOOD CHAPTER, served. For information, call the
Women's American ORT will JNF, 557-6644.
meet on Wednesday at noon at
Knob Woods club house. Guests TOPAZ CHAPTER, Women's
are invited, and luncheon will American ORT, will hold an
be served at a nominal charge. organizational meeting on Tues-
Sara Epstein, program chair- day at 7 p.m. in: the home of
man, announces the guest Barbara Tapper, 25012
speaker will be Mad Jackson Champlaign, Southfield: For in-
Levin, who has been staff re- formation, call Ms. Tapper,
porter for the Detroit Free Press 356-3743.
and writes features for "The
GROUP,
Way We Live." Leah Burak and EVERGREEN
Hadassah will:present a special
Lillian Goodman are presidents.
For reservations, call Cele Passover foOds. ; program at
Jacobs, 546-2094; or Rose Hadassah House, 5030 Orchard
Lake, West Bloomfield, at 7:45
Diamond, 354-6171.
p.m. Thursday. .
Leah Snider, a past chapter
BATYA CHAPTER, Amit
Women, will hold a luncheon president; will offer a cooking
honoring new life members on demonstration- that will show
Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. in the ways to prepare Passover foods
home of Shirley Loewenthal, before the holiday.
Reservation :t are necessary.
23285 Morningside Dr., South-
field. For information, call Ruth Samples or &ghee prepared and
Mittleman, 557-3535; Doldrei copies of :recipes will be . avail-
able. Fori;;;r0064i,tions, call
Brown, 547-4667; or Rose Las-
Nancy Axelrod 507-5546, or
ser 557-3908. ,
Marion S4011441, 626-4568.
BLOOMFIELD HILLS: AND . ProsPectiv ,embers are in-
MASADA .GROUPS, Hades- vited.
sa11'; will meet on Tuesday 4,
noon at Knob Woods club, house.
Luncheciii will be served
JNF Is Seeking
nominal charge. Guests; _are
May 4 VoimMeers
vited. Reservations are „being
takn by. Alma Yaffee, 353-7820;
Voluntoes are.beirig sought
and Estelle. Gubow, 540-0674. by the jeWish National Fund for
Mrs. :'Gubow of Hills;;'Paulette its -MaY47,1) 1 , 00i7thon' as part
Bonin, Nita R. Lichtenstein, and of the .natrbnebbservance of
Mrs. Yaffee are preeidOlts, ,of Green SlIndiyk:The,,gbal is to
Masada and will ho49r, ApNy add acreeg :100Jorests to the
members and fife members:
more than 214';O:rillion trees
-
ready planted_in.lsrael by the
CITY OF HOPE HELEN JNF since its ,TOOtion in 1901.
ROSENBERG CANCER
Volunteeri31*11 be asked to
FIGHTERS will have their work three hie}taibn May 4. For
main fund-raising event of, the information ; call, the JNF, 557-
wit "en' Wednesday uat -Adat ' - 6644: •.•1•15i" , :i.agamak , ..e

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