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March 20, 1987 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-03-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

SHALOM GROUP, Hadas-
sah, will hold a Passover
flower fund raiser. Floral ar-
rangements will be delivered
to participants' homes by
Passover. To order, call De-
borah Canvasser, 553-3835,
before April 10. Order forms
are also available at Hadas-
sah House.

Rabbi Conrad will speak on
"Israel Update: Argument
With Shamir." He is the
founding rabbi of Temple Kol
Ami of which he is now rabbi
emeritus. There will be re-
freshments. There is no
charge and guests are wel-
come.

TEMPLE BETH EL SIS-
TERHOOD will hear inter-

CITY OF HOPE HELEN
ROSENBERG CANCER
FIGHTERS will hold a gen-

ior designer Susan Winton-
Feinberg at a luncheon at
noon Monday in the temple.
Ms. Winton-Feinberg will
speak on "The Secrets: Con-
cepts, Colors and Design."
There is an admission fee.
The sisterhood will have a
fashion show at 1 p.m. March
30 in the temple. Sisterhood
members will model sleep-
wear, daywear and playwear.
Dessert will be served. All
are welcome free of charge.

HANITA

CHAPTER,

Naamat, will host Rabbi
Ernst J. Conrad at noon
Tuesday, in the Naamat
meeting room in the Kristen
Tower, 25900 Greenfield,
Suite 205E, Oak Park.

eral meeting at noon Monday
at the Laurel Woods club
house, 22200 W. 12 Mile,
Southfield. Lunch will be
served. The program is
"Technique in Art" and will
be presented by Cyvia Snyder
from the Detroit Institute of
Arts.

EVERGREEN GROUP,

Hadassah, will host Rabbi
Lane Steinger of Temple
Emanu-El, 8 p.m. Tuesday in
the home of Marilyn Skulsky,
17134 Morrison, Southfield.
Rabbi Steinger will review
Love and Tradition by Dr.
Egon Meyer, a book about in-
termarriage. For information,
call Marion Scheiman, 626-
4568.

Women's League Plans
Lunch And Program

Michigan Branch of
Women's League for Conser-
vative Judaism invites all
sisterhood members and
friends to a luncheon and
program at noon March 30 at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek, hosted
by the sisterhood.
The program will be an
original musical play written
by chairman of the day,
Muriel Gotlib, entitled
"Guess Who Is Coming To
Seder?" Special Passover re-
cipe booklets will be distrib-
uted. Marjorie Saulson is
president of Michigan
Branch.
Besides Mrs. Gotlib, the
cast includes: Pearlena Bod-
zin, Ruth Ebling, Miriam
Foxman, Sue Himelhoch,
Donna Litman, Charlotte
Nussbaum, Carmen Rachwal
and Shirley Wine, co-
chairman of the day.
The vocalists are Choral
Director Marcia Tanzman,
Gloria Bookstein, Freda
Mendelson and Joanne Got-
lib, consultant. Musical ad-
viser is Rabbi Sherman Kir-
shner and musical ar-
rangements are by Cantor
Shalom Kalib. Accompanist
is Rochelle Barr.
Shirley Ruzumna is local
luncheon arrangements
chairman. Florence Schon is
chairman of table decorations
and Mrs. Bodzin is in charge
of the stage setting. Baby-
sitting service will be avail-
able. There is a charge for

the luncheon and reservation
deadline is Thursday, March
26th. Checks must accom-
pany reservations and be
mailed to: Roslyn Green,
15075 W. Lincoln, Apt. 529,
Oak Park, 48237. For infor-
mation, call Shirley Wine,
682-3181; or Mrs. Saulson,
642-7784.

NCJW Members
To See `Evita'

The National Council of
Jewish Women, Greater De-
troit Section, will offer mem-
bers an afternoon at the Bir-
mingham Theatre April 1.
The group will attend a
matinee performance of
Evita, preceded by lunch at
Machus Sly Fox.
Reservations must be re-
ceived by Monday. There is a
charge, including bus trans-
portation. Buses will depart
at 11:30 a.m. and return at
4:30 p.m. For information,
call NCJW, 258-6000.

Seeks Volunteers

Haven, a domestic violence
shelter for victims of sexual
assault, child sexual assault
and domestic violence, is
looking for volunteers to staff
the shelter. For information,
call Kate Burdick, 334-1284.

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