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February 19, 1988 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-02-19

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People Mover
Trip Planned

Temple Israel Sisterhood
will view the Art of the Sta-
tions on the People Mover on
March 7. The guided tour
highlights specially commis-
sioned works by local artisans
in a variety of media, in-
cluding stained glass, mosaic,
ceramic tile, murals,
sculpture and paintings.
The group will meet at the
temple at 9:15 a.m. and pro-
ceed downtown from there.
The tour begins at 10:30 a.m.
at the Trappers Alley Station.
After the tour, members may
have lunch at Greektown or
Trappers Alley.
The program is under the
direction of Janie Roth, pro-
gram vice president.
Assisting her are special
entertainment chairmen
Paula Shapiro, Carol Miller
and Marlene Swarin. There is
a fee for the tour.
Reservations are required
by March 1. For information,
call the temple office,
661-5700.

Pre-Purim
Lunch Due

Mrs. Leo Laufer, president
of the Ladies of Yeshivath
Beth Yehudah, announces a
pre-Purim luncheon-meeting
will take place on Wednesday
at noon at the yeshivah
building. The luncheon is
sponsored by Mrs. Annie
Cottler.
The yeshivah boys choir
will entertain. Hostesses for
the afternoon will be Mrs.
Annie Barcless, Mrs. Rosa
Grunfeld, Mrs. Edith Weiss
and Mrs. Leah Yoffe. Friends
and guests are invited.

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taken for a women's "Just for
Yourself Weekend" slated
March 11-13 at the Northfield
Hilton, Troy.
The weekend includes
meals, speakers, exercise ses-
sions, a talk on self-esteem, a
lecture on meditation, hair
analysis, color analysis and
makeover. To register, call the
Kramer Corp., 360-1404, by
today.

Sharon Group
Has Luncheon

Sharon Group, Hadassah,
will hold an open luncheon
meeting on Tuesday at noon
in the Knob-in-the-Woods
Apts. club house, announces
President Beverly Cohen. The

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FRIDAY FEBRUARY 19 1988

invocation for Tuesday's
meeting will be delivered by
former Sharon President
Martha Goodman.
Esther Dresser, program
vice president, will introduce
the guest speaker, George P.
Mann, attorney. He will
speak on "Zionism in the
or
Nineties: Decay
Renaissance?" New life
members will be honored.
There is a nominal charge.
Friends, associates and
guests are welcome.
For lunch reservations, call
Anne Sukenic, 557-7540; or
Goldie Levin, 357-5508.

LOCAL NEWS

Akiva Benefit
Slated Sunday

The Akiva Hebrew Day
School Yearbook '89 commit-
tee will sponsor a benefit
showing of The Wannsee Con-
ference at 7 p.m. Sunday at
the Detroit Institute of Arts.
Following the film, there
will be an afterglow in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
Borsand, at which noted
Holocaust scholar, Dr. Sid
Bolkosky of the University of
Michigan, will be the
featured speaker.
For information, call Akiva
Hebrew Day School,
552-9690.

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Sleighride
For Couples

Yachad, Cong. Beth Achim's
Couples Group, will gather at
the Farm Center of Kens-
ington Metro Park, Milford,
for a winter sleighride and
bonfire on Feb. 27 at 8 p.m.
There will be dessert and
games following in the home
of Sandy and Steve Fink.
There is a charge for the even-
ing's festivities, and non-
members are welcome. There
are limited reservations and
the deadline is Monday. For
information, call Chairman
Martha Moritz, 258-1589; or
Debbie Bernstein, 357-1861.

Seeking Data
On Orphanage

Nat Kroog of Milwaukee,
Wis., is compiling a book
about orphanages in Detroit
— The Detroit Hebrew Or-
phans Home and the Detroit
Hebrew Infants Home.
Persons who wish to share
personal
history,
letters,
reminiscences,
photographs or documents
should write Kroog at 2440
W. Good Hope Rd.,
Milwaukee, Wis., 53209.

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