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January 01, 1988 - Image 82

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-01-01

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Plan Luncheon

Thinking about taking the ACT or SAT test?
Individualized instruction is now available so
you can improve your score.

Call 398-0116 after 4 P.M.

Also tutoring in all subjects (your home)

THE WRITE WORD

If you find the right gift a chore
And written words don't flow for you,
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To make a portrait fresh and new.
A character sketch I will create,
To mark whatever you celebrate.
So let my "Write Words" speak for you,
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FRIDAY JANUARY 1,_1988

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The Women's Division of
Machon L'Torah, the Jewish
Learning Network of
Michigan, will sponsor its
third library luncheon on
Jan. 10 at 1 p.m. at the
Jewish Community Center,
Jimmy Prentis Morris
Building, Oak Park.
An Oriental buffet will be
served. Babysitting will be
provided. Musical entertain-
ment will be presented by
Jessica Kligman, vocalist.
The Machon L'Torah
Library, 15221 W. Ten Mile, is
open to the public. The library
features a large collection of
cassette tapes on Jewish
philosophy, Jewish law and
other subjects as well as a
variety of commentaries in
English on classical texts
such as Artscroll publications
and Me'am Lo'Ez Torah An-
thology. Books by Rabbi
Avigdor Miller, Rabbi Aryeh
Kaplan, Rabbi Shimol Eider,
are also included in the
collection.
Co-Chairmen of the lun-
cheon are Sharon Last,
Rochelle Peterson and Susie
Rosenfeld.
For reservations and infor-
mation, contact Machon
L'Torah, 968-4835. There is a
small admission charge.

Primrose Benevolent Club
will have a business meeting
noon Monday in the Lincoln
Towers Apts. club room. A
petite luncheon will be serv-
ed by social chairmen Helen
Feiner and Zelda Green.

Aid To Displaced
Homemakers

Jewish Vocational Service
(JVS), a non-sectarian agency,
offers an on-going displaced
homemaker program funded
by the Michigan Department
of Labor, Office of Women and
Work, for individuals in
Wayne and Oakland
Counties.
Displaced homemakers are
women who, through divorce,
separation, widowhood, or
disability of spouse, have lost
their source of economic sup-
port. The JVS Displaced
Homemaker Program pro-
vides vocational assessment,
vocational counseling, job
seeking skills and job place-
ment assistance.
Eligibility is based on
marital and employment
status. There are no income
guidelines.
Interested
applicants
should call Sherri Lumberg

or Louise George, 559-5000,
during business hours.
Enrollment for the program
will take place at the JVS
Southfield facility Jan. 15,
Feb 15, March 7 and March
28.

Slide Program
On Synagogues

Esther Tarnoff Cooper

Beth Abraham Hillel Moses
Sisterhood will present
Esther Tarnoff Cooper of the
Detroit Institute of Arts who
will speak on "Synagogues
Around the World" at noon
Wednesday in the synagogue.
It will be a talk and slide
presentation. Luncheon will
be served. A nominal fee will
be charged. Call Sophie
Feldman, 626-9515, for
reservations.

Women Plan
Oneg Shabbat

Beth Achim Sisterhood will
hold an Oneg Shabbat for
Women's League Sabbath on
Jan. 16 at noon, following
Shabbat services. Following
the luncheon there will be a
program of humorous
readings by Liz and Rube
Weiss.
Mr. and Mrs. Weiss have
both performed regularly on
such original radio dramas as

The Lone Ranger, Challenge
of the Yukon, Molle Mystery
Theatre and more. They have

performed on radio and TV
commercials and industrial
films, including work in
Chicago.
They have also appeared
with the Readers Theater at
the Jewish Community
Center, sponsored by the In-
stitute for Retired
Professionals.
Marcia Auslander and An-
dy Stawis are co-chairmen of
the afternoon. Paid reserva-
tions must be in by Jan. 8. For
reservations or information,
contact Beverly Hacker,
353-5148.

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