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March 27, 1987 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-03-27

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Holiday Carryout Service

FOR WOMEN

Complete

Passover Dinners

and

a la carte entrees,
appetizers and desserts

will again be available for your convenience
and enjoyment this holiday season

Call:

Quality Kosher Catering

352-7758 • 559-4610 • 855-6580

May all of us have a happy
and healthy Passover!

THE QUALITY OF OUR KASHRUTH AS WELL AS THE QUALITY

MASADA GROUP OF
HADASSAH invites mem-

bers and guests to a luncheon
on Tuesday at noon at Knob
Woods club house. There is a
nominal charge. Irma
Katchke, vice president of
program, announces Ruth
Ellen Singer will review the
book A Special Destiny by
Seymour Epstein.
Paulette Bonin and Nita R.
Lichtenstein, co-presidents,
announce there will be
boutiques at the meeting.
Reservations are being taken
by Alma Yaffee, 353-7820;
and Bess Berlin, 353-6943.

OF THE MEALS WE PREPARE ARE IMPECCABLE AND DELICIOUS

COMPLETE CHICKEN DINNERS

NOW YOU CAN ENJOY PASSOVER AT A NON-PASSOVER PRICE!

$ 1 0 0 0

I TRY OUR DELICIOUS HUNGARIAN TORTE CAKE I

B'NAI ISRAEL SISTER-
HOOD will hold a rummage

sale, beginning 9 a.m. Thurs-
day. Donations of clothing,
furniture and appliances are
requested. For information,
call Ruth Rosenthal, 851-

3794 or Gert Kershenbaum,
334-2080.

DAVID-HORODEKER
WOMEN'S ORGANIZA-
TION will hold a meeting,

noon Tuesday, at the M.C.L.
Restaurant, Tel-12 Mall,
Southfield.

ADAT SHALOM SISTER-
HOOD will sponsor a double

triple chai dessert buffet on
April 8 in the Bloomfield
Hills home of Sue Kaufman
at 12:30 p.m. Anne Helfman,
a past sisterhood president
and a founding member of
Adat Shalom will be honored.
Reservations will be ac-
cepted through April 5.
Reservations can be made to
the synagogue office, 851-
5100; or to the chairman of
the day, Helene Siegel, 661-
5275. There is a minimum
donation.

Aliza Shevrin To Speak
At SZ Women's Lunch

honor major donors to the
Torah Fund Residence Halls
Campaign on behalf of the
Jewish Theological Seminary.
A special slide program will
be presented.
Sisterhood President is
Helene Cherrin. Sandy
Schwartz is program vice
president. Arleen Karbal and
Sandee Wittenberg are social
vice presidents in charge of
the brunch. Anita Millman is
vice president of membership.
There is a fee for the
brunch. There also will be
several mini-boutiques.
Babysitting will be available
upon request. For informa-
tion or reservations, call
Shaarey Zedek, 357-5544.

A Heritage of Perfection.

Have you ever wondered what it is, that makes Baron Herzog wine
so exceptional?
For eight generations, our dedicated craftspeople have carefully selected
grapes from the world's most reknowned vineyards and expertly created
vintage wines—each an extraordinary example of the winemaker's art,
each, a salute to the Herzog dedication to perfection.
Yet, what makes them truly exceptional is the Baron's most revered
ingredient—the foundation of our family heritage.
You see, beneath the label
of each and every bottle of
Baron Herzog Wine is the one
element that distinguishes
our wine from all others.
The pride of
Jaquab de Herzog.

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Friday, March 27, 1987

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Aliza Shevrin

NCJW Offers
Center Fitness Day

Cong. Shaarey Zedek Sis-
terhood invites the commu-
nity to hear Aliza Shevrin at
its spring luncheon on April
6 at 11 a.m. in the Morris
Adler Hall of the synagogue.
Shevrin is an internation-
ally published translator of
Yiddish literature. She has
translated many of the works
of Isaac Singer and Sholem
Aleichem, and has lectured to
numerous groups.
A recent recipient of a
Rockefeller Foundation Fel-
lowship, Shevrin will spend a
month in Italy to work on the
not-yet-published translation
of a Sholem Aleichem novel.
A resident of Ann Arbor,
Shevrin has taught Yiddish
classes at the Hillel Founda-
tion and has presented a
series of lectures at the Mid-
rasha College of Jewish
Studies in Detroit.
The spring program will

The National Council of
Jewish Women, Greater De-
troit Section, will sponsor a
fitness day for its members,
beginning 9 a.m. April 8, at
the Jewish Community Cen-
ter Health Club in West
Bloomfield.
The event will feature
guest speakers Sylvia Zukin,
health club director, and Dr.
David Hawtof, plastic sur-
geon. Zukin will present a
look at the club's features
and comment on fitness. Dr.
Hawtof will discuss cosmetic
plastic surgery.
The program was organized -
by the section's membership —\
department, Barbara Grant,
membership vice president;
Gayle Hirsch, chairman of
the day.
(1
There is a charge. Regis-
tration deadline is Monday.
For information, call NCJW,
258-6000.

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