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February 27, 1987 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-02-27

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Friday, February 27, 1987

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

BLOOMFIELD HILLS AND
DEBORAH GROUPS,
Hadassah, will hold a Passover
food and cooking demonstra-
tion, conducted by columnist
and food writer, Norma
Schonwetter, on March 17 at
12:30 p.m. at Ha'dassah House,
5030 Orchard Lake Rd., West
Bloomfield. There is a charge.
Presidents are: Hills, Agi Al-
pert and Jerre Sloan; and
Masada, Shirley Ward. Pro-
gram Chairmen are: Rita Et-
kin, 352-1117; and Zelma
Sussman, 626-2767.

ZEDAKAH CLUB will have
its spring open meeting on
March 9 at the Sutton Place
Apts. The club house program
will consist of a fashion show.
Clothes will be modeled by
members. Luncheon will be
served at noon. Guests are in-
vited. There is a nominal
charge. For required reserva-
tions, call: Carol Coskey, 358-
3460; Bertha Goldberg, 352-
5534; Faye Coven, 356-0905 or
Gussie Zuckerstein, 355-4072.

ADAT SHALOM SISTER-
HOOD, in conjunction with
Jewish Family Service, will
host Jewish, inner city, foster
care residents at its Project
Outreach luncheon, 11:30 a.m.
March 16. The public is in-
vited.
Babysitting is available.
There is a charge. For reserva-
tions, call the synagogue,
851-5100.

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PRIMROSE BENEVO-
LENT CLUB will celebrate
Purim at a meeting at noon
Monday at the Lincoln Towers
Apts. club room. Vice
President Helen Greenberg
announces luncheon will be
served by social chairmen Ann
Bergman and Helen Feiner.
Games and gifts will follow
lunch.

WOMEN OF JEWISH NA-
TIONAL FUND will hold a
board meeting on Tuesday at
noon at the JNF office, 18877
W. Ten Mile, Southfield. Bea
Feigelman is president. Mem-
bers who cannot attend should
call the JNF, 557-6644.

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Beth Achim Sisterhood will
hold its annual donor dinner
and fashion show on March 16
at 6:30 p.m. in the Wasserman
Hall of the synagogue. Sister-
hood members will be models.
Gloria Check, "The War-
drobe Mistress," is coordinator.
Mrs. Check is a native De-
troiter who attended Wayne
State University and ran a
charm and modeling school in
Toledo for ten years.
She is a personal clothing
consultant and closet or-
ganizer and is the author of a
booklet entitled, The Art and
Science of Clothes Shopping.

Sandy Fink, sisterhood
president, announces that the
following members are on the
donor committee: Marcia Har-
ris, vice president, fund rais-
ing; and Barbara Berris, Tobi
Fox, Judy Goldis, Martha
Moritz, Millie Rosenbaum,
Betty Sherizen, Joyce Sher-
man, Shelley Sukenic, Fredell
Whiteman.
For information and reser-
vations, contact the synagogue
office, 352-8670.

Jewish, Catholic
Women to Meet

The League of Jewish
Women's Organizations of
Greater Detroit. will join with
the League of Catholic Women
in a program on "Kids 'N
Crime—What Can We Do?" at
12:15 p.m. Thursday at Our
Lady of Sorrows, 23615 Powers
Rd., Farmington.
Dorothy Cohen is president
of the League of Jewish
Women, and Marilyn Lundy is
president of the League of
Catholic Women. Jeannie
Weiner is chairman of the
meeting.
The keynote speaker will be
Y. Gladys Barsamian, presid-
ing judge of the Wayne County
Juvenile Court. Judge Barsa-
mian, a lifelong resident of
metropolitan Detroit, is a
graduate of Cass Tech High
School and received her B.A.
and J.D.degrees from Wayne
State University.
She has been in the practice
of law for 17 years, a Wayne
County Probate Judge,
juvenile division since 1975,
and is now the presiding judge
of Wayne County Probate
Juvenile Division.
Her community involve-
ment includes the board of di-
rectors of the YMCA and the
Michigan Association for Emo-
tionally Disturbed Children,
the community advisory board
of the Junior League of Detroit,
a member of the United Com-
munity Services, New Detroit,
Inc. and is past president of the
Women's Economic Club board
of directors.
Coffee and cake will be
served, and a minimum dona-
tion is requested. The meeting
is open to the community.

Synagogue Elects
New Officers

Sarah Smith was elected
chairman of the Livonia
Jewish Congregation at its re-
cent election meeting.
Elected with her were: Jef-
frey Kirsch, vice chairman;
David Gross, administrator;
Joyce Gural,. treasurer; Anita
Cottrell, recording secretary;
Molly Marco, corresponding
secretary; William Cottrell
and Meyer Siegel, trustees.

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