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March 24, 1989 - Image 72

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-03-24

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I FOR WOMEN

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Women Plan
For Passover

Its a special time of the week when families
gather, traditions are renewed and there's
plenty of time to relax and enjoy the rich,
delicious taste of Maxwell House® Coffee.

OP CERTIFIED KOSHER

GENERAL
FOODS

1988 General Foods Corporation

Maxwell House® Coffee. Always ... Good to the Last Drop:

From the old neighborhood
to your home.

Tikvah Has
Election Meeting

Tikvah Chapter, B'nai
B'rith Women, will hold its
election meeting at noon
Tuesday at the Sutton Place
club house.
David Gad-Harf, executive
director of the Jewish Corr -
munity Council, will-speak on
critical issues confronting
world Jewry. Dorothy Stor-
chan and Goldie Kramer are
program vice presidents.
Guests are invited, and there
is a nominal charge for the
luncheon.
Chapter President Marion
Krone announces that the in-
stallation luncheon will be
held at Kingsley Inn on May
23. Resevations are being
taken by Nettie Weinberg,
967-1286.

A taste of tradition

This Passover, bring GOLD'S home for the holidays. A traditional
celebration isn't complete without the rich, familiar taste of
GOLD'S white, creamy-hot or milder red horseradish with beets.
And the taste is just like you remembered, because we haven't
left the neighborhood or sacrificed on quality for over 56 years.
So GOLD'S is still all natural, pure, homemade, kosher for
Passover and shipped fast for freshness.
Now you can order GOLD'S fine line of products in time for
Passover and also receive a FREE recipe booklet.
Send for a Gift Pack and receive
all 3 GOLD'S delicious
homestyle horseradishes.
All Kosher for Passover.

GOld

I—Gift Pack includes a complete assortment of Gold's

traditional Red with beets, White and Cream Style/Hot
horseradish in three 6 oz. jars. @ $5.95

Add $1.50 Shipping/Handling per box

QTY.

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1111

Make check or money order payable to "GOLD'S"

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FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1989

Joint Hadassah
Meeting Set

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Gold's Horseradish
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ORDERS RECEIVED BEFORE
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KEEP
EP REGRIGEF

Michigan Branch, Women's
League for Conservative
Judaism, invites all sister-
hood members to a pre-Pesach
celebration and luncheon
12:30 p.m. Monday at Con-
gregation Beth Shalom.
Branch Education Vice
President Diane Voight will
present "Passover: A Family
Affair," featuring guest
speaker Harlene Appelman,
coordinator of Jewish Ex-
periences For Families.
New Michigan Branch
Passover recipe booklets will
be distributed at the lun-
cheon. There is a charge. For
reservations, call Frieda
Davidorf, 661-4389. Helen
Herman is Beth Shalom
Sisterhood president.
Charlotte Nussbaum, Mich-
igan Branch president, an-
nounces that the spring con-
ference will be held on May 7
and 8 at Congregation Beth
Israel, Ann Arbor. National
consultant speaker will be
Evelyn Seelig, chairman of
National Patrons Society of
the Torah Fund residence
halls campaign.
For information on the
spring conference, contact
Conference Chairman Ruth
Marcus,- 569-7286.



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Sharon and Masada
Groups, Hadassah, will again
have a joint, open luncheon
meeting on Tuesday at noon
in the Knob-in-the-Woods
Apts. club house, announces
Sharon President Beverly
Cohen and Masada Co-
Presidents Nita Lichtenstein
and Paulette Borin.
The invocation will be

delivered by Masada life
member Beth Haron.
Irma Katchke, Masada pro-
gram vice president, said
Beth Pfalzgraf, a speech and
language pathologist from
Beaumont Hospital, will
review Pathways: Moving
Beyond Stroke and Aphasia,
co-authored with Sue Ewing.
Sharon Program co-vice
presidents Estelle Lasser and
Esther Dresser will introduce
the guest speaker.
Friends, associates and
guests are welcome. There is
a nominal charge. There is no
charge for prospective
members.
For lunch reservations,
Masada members should call
Florence Patt, 644-8269; or
Alma Yaffee, 353-7820.
Sharon members should call
Goldie Levin, 357-5508; or
Anne Sukenic, 557-7540.

I

Women Plan
Cabaret-Donor

Beth Achim Sisterhood will
hold its second annual,
cabaret night, donor affair
8:30 p.m. April 1 in Wasser-
man Hall of the synagogue.
Michigan Opera Theater
will present a "Broadway
Revue." An afterglow will
follow.
For reservations and infor-
mation, call Libby Ben-
Moche, 553-3128; or the
synagogue office, 352-8670.
Donna Litman is sisterhood
president. Cabaret Night
chairman is Mrs. Ben-Moche.
Committee members are:
Claire Arm, Tobi Fox, Judy
Goldis, Shelley Kohl, Millie
Rosenbaum, Sharon Silver-
man, Joyce Sherman, Betty
Sherizen, Adele Staller,
Phyllis Subar, Mary Sugar-
man and Fredell Whiteman.

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Women Honor
Hedda Blum

The sisterhood of Congrega-
tion B'nai Moshe announces
that Hedda Blum is its
1988-1989 Ha'yay Olam reci-
pient. Mrs. Blum will be
honored at a special Torah
Fund brunch 11 a.m. Sunday.
In addition, 25 women will be
acknowledged as Ibrah Fund
benefactors.
Corinne Stavish will enter-
tain with Yiddish literature
and Chasidic stories.
The monies raised via the
Torah Fund/Residence Halls
Campaign go to the Jewish
Theological Seminary's three
campuses: New York, Los
Angeles and Jerusalem.
Etta Reed and Susan Fried-
man are co-chairmen for the
brunch. For reservations and
information, call the
synagogue office, 548-9000.

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