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May 06, 1988 - Image 60

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-05-06

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The Oscar-winning film
"Young at Heart" is the
featured program at the
Jewish Home for Aged in-
stallation luncheon 11:30
a.m. May 17 at Congregation
Beth Achim.
Diane Scholnick, the Aux-
iliary's 1987-88 president,
will greet 300 guests. Also on
the agenda are Jack Ellias,
JHA director of operations;
Iris Mickel, JHA director of
community services; and
Cynthia Steinberg, Auxiliary
nominating committee
chairperson.
Installing officer for the day
is Sylvia Serwin, associate
vice president of Comprehen-
sive Aging Services, Inc.
Following the installation,
"Young at Heart" will be
shown. Reva Schwayder and
Louis Gothelf, "Young at
Heart" stars, are special
luncheon guests.
For luncheon information,
call Iris Mickel at the Jewish
Home for Aged, 532-7112.

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Hanita To Focus
On Neighborhood

Judge Stephen Cooper and
Councilwoman Suzi Gold-
stein will speak about the
Neighborhood Project at a
meeting of Hanita Chapter of
Naamat/USA in the home of
Adeline Salinger, 30665
Hunter's Dr., Farmington
Hills, on May 17 at 12:45 p.m.
Refreshments will be serv-
ed. There is no charge and
guests are welcome. For reser-
vations, call Mrs. Salinger,
626-8676.

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VISA

Shaarey Zedek Sisterhood
will have a spring brunch on
May 16 at 11 a.m. at the
synagogue. There will be in-
formal modeling of fashions,
coordinated by Marianne
Gristy. Sisterhood members
who will model are Linda
Zalla, Miriam Goldberg,
Cathy Deutchman, Judith
Chazen, Gail Burstein, Judie
Blumeno and Debbie Balkin.
The Michigan Branch
Chorale will perform Andrew
Lloyd Weber's and Tim Rice's_
Joseph and His Amazing
Technicolor Dreamcoat, under
the direction of Cantor Chaim
Najman with accompaniment
by Leypsa Groner.
Honorees are: Service With
Love Volunteers, Sisterhood
Golden Heart Visiting Com-
mittee and Sam Yogoda.
There is a fee. Reservations
should be made by Wednes-

day. Call Carol Sole,
644-1355; or Randee Lipman,
851-0102 for reservations.
Babysitters are available on
request.

Southwoods
Has Dinner

Chapter,
Southwoods
Women's American ORT, will
have its annual ethnic dinner
on May 19 at 7 p.m. at the
Laurel Woods Apts. club
house.
A gourmet, Mexican,
kosher dinner will be served,
followed by entertainment by
the chapter's Southwoods
Players group.
For reservations and infor-
mation, call co-chairman
Eadie Zeldes, 352-8817; or
Shirley Glicker, 353-2563.

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Primrose Plans
To Meet Monday

Primrose Benevolent Club
will meet noon Monday at the
Lincoln Tawers club room.
Plans will be discussed for the
forthcoming installation and
anniversary affair.
Petite luncheon will be
served at the meeting by
Helen Feiner and -Zelda
Green, social chairmen.

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LOCAL NEWS

Archaeology
Is Lecture Topic

"What Mean These Stones:
Archaeology and the Reign of
King Solomon" is the topic of
a lecture/workshop to be held
at 2 p.m. May 15 at the
United Hebrew Schools.
The program is sponsored
by the Wayne State Universi-
ty Center for Judaic Studies
and the Midrasha College of
Jewish Studies. -
Each student should bring
a Bible (English or Hebrew).
For information, call the
Midrasha, 352-7117.

Piano, Violin
Concerti Slated

Betty Kowalsky Stasson
and Jerome Stasson will pre-
sent their students in an
evening of piano and violin
concerti, 8 p.m. Wednesday at
the Birmingham Community
House.
Performing on the program
will be Karen Zalenko,
Angela Harrell, Jennifer
Zalenko, Cheryl Lerchin,
Adam Uzelac, Dr. Kenneth
Tucker, Deborah Tucker, Gail
Aiken, Melissa Miller and
Carla Weiss. Admission is
free.

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