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April 11, 1986 - Image 70

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-04-11

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Friday, April 11, 1986

YHE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

MAX THE HANDYMAN

FOR WOMEN

Can do anything in or out of the house

Forniej Apt. Maintenance Chief .

YOU NAME IT - I'LL DO IT!!

Broken windows, screen repair, gutter cleaning, electric switches, fixtures
hung, door and lock repair, curtain red design, caulking, cement repair,
toilet repair and plumbing, ETC., ETC., ETC.

airport transportation service available

Call 968-1145

BETH SHALOM SISTER-
HOOD will have samples of
Passover foods and recipes at its
Passover workshop at 10:15 a.m.
Sunday at the synagogue. There
will be a discussion led by Rabbi
David Nelson on "How to Add
Meaning to Your Seder" and a
talk by Vivian Honig on "The
Ritual of the Seder Table and
Seder Plate." Gifts and Passover
items will be displayed.

BUSINESS AND PROFES-
SIONAL CHAPTER, Women's
American ORT, will meet at 8
p.m. April 21 in the Hoffer
home, 29601 Red Leaf, South-
field, announced Gertrude
Brainin, president. Dr. Michelle
Hages, third-year resident in
psychiatry at Sinai Hospital,
will speak on "Combatting
Stress." Guests are welcome.

NORTHWEST CHILD RES-
CUE WOMEN will have a reg7
ular meeting on Thursday at
11:30 a.m. at the Laurel Woods
Apts. house. Discussion of group
projects are on the agenda as
well as the Mother-Daughter
luncheon to be held in May.

Greenfield Rd., Oak Park.
Guests are welcome. Call Alice
Ross, 540-0494, for reservations.
Proceeds of the luncheon will go
towards maintaining Naamat
child care facilities in Israel.

CHAPTER,
ISRAEL
NaamatUSA, will meet on
Saturday at 12:30 p.m. at the
Franklin Park Towers club
house, 27350 Franklin, South-
field. Guest speaker will be Dr.
Jacqueline Zeff, director of
graduate studies at Mercy Col-
lege and preSident of the De-
gania Chapter, Naamat USA.
Dr. Zeff will review A Certain
People by Charles Silberman. A
social hour will precede the
meeting. Refreshments will be
served. Friends and guests are
welcome. There is a charge.
Child rescue cards and Naamat
cookbooks will be made avail-
able by Mollye Diamond.

DETROIT ALUMNI CHAP-
TER . AUXILIARY, Alpha
Omega, will host a luncheon at
E. G. Nicks on Tuesday at noon.
Color consultant Claudia Adams
will speak and there will be a
cosmetic and hair-styling
AVODAH - CHAI - BRAND- demonstration. There is a fee,
EIS CHAPTER, Naamat USA, and guests are welcome. Pro-
will hold a regular luncheon ceeds will be benefit the
meeting on Monday at noon at Jerusalem Dental Center. For
the Whitehall Apts. club house. information and reservations,
Benny Schwarz, emissary from call Debbi Luria, 851-8560; or
Israel, will talk about "Kibbutz the Alpha Omega office, 661-
Life, Fact or Fiction." He will 9397.
The auxiliary will host a '50s
also show slides. There is a
nominal charge. Friends and sock hop to raise funds for the
Jerusalem Dental Center at 8:30
guests are welcome.
p.m. April 19 at the Orchard
DIMONA CHAPTER, Naamat Lake Middle School, West
USA, will present a musical Bloomfield. Dinner will be
duet featuring Elaine Kohner, served, and dance music will be
vocalist, and Vera Rollin, provided by Eric Harris. There
pianist at its luncheon meeting is a fee, and guests are welcome.
at noon Wednesday at the Kris- For information, call Lori Roth,
ten Towers, Suite 205, 25900 661-4966.

Naamat Chapter Forms

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Maly lagow

"For me, keeping the joy and
tradition of Passover means
having everything just right.
And it's a lot easier without
too much caffein,
That's why I drink Sanka."'

97:Zaffein Free

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Ann Kaplan, president of
Naamat/USA, Greater Detroit
Council, announced that a new
chapter is being formed. Mem-
bers of Club I, Club II, Golda
Meir, Chana Czenesh and
Masada chapters will join to-
gether to form the Metropolitan
chapter.
The members of these five
chapters are veterans of Naamat
(formerly Pioneer Women).
Many have belonged • to the
organization 50 or 60 years and
will keep their special club iden-
tity.
The first meeting of this Met-
ropolitan chapter will be held on
Monday at noon in the meeting
rooms of Naamat/USA, 25900
Greenfield, Suite 205E, Oak
Park. The members of this chap-
ter will be the luncheon guests
of the Greater Detroit Council of
Naamat. Reservations should be
made to the Naamat office,
967-4750.
The guest speaker will be
Sylvia Bernstein,. liaison from
the Midwest Region of
NaltriqiU§4 to its.. sist a9rRT:...1

Sylvia Bernstein

ization in Greater Detroit. Mrs.
Bernstein comes from Mil-
waukee and is a member of the
Midwest regional and national
boards.
Bess Berris, vice president of
organization, and Dorothy Ten-
dler, vice president of member-
ship, arranged the program. - -

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