of Detroit City Council, Sister
Marilyn Bergt of AIDS Interfaith
Network (MN), Karma Donyo
Numgyal of the Tibetan Medicine
Buddah Practice, the Rev. James
E. Beatty of Agape Community
Church, and the Rev. Argentina
•Glasgow of Detroit Unity Tem-
Music will be performed by pi-
anist Gary Rimar, folk singer
Charlie Monterey, and the Great
Lakes Men's Chorus. Represen-
tatives of other local congrega-
tions and HIV support
organizations also will partici-
pate. Panels from the NAMES
Project AIDS Quilt will be on dis-
play and a special reading of the
Kaddish will include the names
of friends and loved ones recent-
. ly passed.
For information, to have a new
AIDS panel dedicated, or to have
a name read during Kaddish,
please leave a message for Peter
Cooper through MJAC, 356-2123.
For assistance making a new
panel, contact the Detroit
NAMES Project, 371-9599.
Na'amat USA, Greater Detroit
council, will award its "Celebra-
tion of Women" to Judge Susan
Moiseev at its Spiritual Adoption
Luncheon June 2 at noon at Beth
Abraham Hillel Moses Syna-
Judge Moiseev has served as
District Judge since 1986 when
she was appointed to the bench
by Governor.James Blanchard.
She retained her seat in the gen-
eral election that year and was
reelected in 1988. Judge Moiseev
specialized in family law.
Judge Moiseev's community
activities include the Friends of
the Southfield Library, Arab
American and Jewish friends,
and the South Oakland branch
of the NAACP.
A musical program will be pre-
sented by Cantor Howard Glantz
of Congregation Adat Shalom.
There is a charge for the lun-
cheon. Reservations may be made
by May 25; call the Na'amat of-
Expands Gift Department
Finding the perfect gift is
easier than ever before!
ituated in the heart of West Bloom-
field on Orchard Lake Road at
Maple Road is Sherwood Studios —
a fourth generation family-owned
With the recent remodeling and
expansion of Sher-
wood's Gift Depart-
ment, they now offer
a much larger
selection of unique
and unusual gifts
along with beautiful
accessories for the
But, of course,
some things haven't
changed. The friendly and experienced
staff is always there to greet you. They
know how much it means for you to be
completely satisfied. Not just with your
purchase, but with courteous service
and a smile as well.
Every item in the gift department is
always 30% off and gift wrapping is
Sherwood has always been known
for its beautiful designer furniture and
accessories, as well as for their outstand-
ing staff of interior designers.
And now, the bigger and better gift
department ... a store within a store ...
has a gift for every occasion ... from
bridal showers, weddings, anniversaries,
birthdays, graduations, Bar Mitzvahs,
Mother's Day, Father's Day ... to just
something for that 'special someone'.
Just to mention a few, there's elegant
crystal, beautiful sculptures and vases,
perfume bottles, one-of-a-kind meno-
rahs, fabulous lucite and stainless serv-
ing pieces and hand-crafted items,
office accessories, picture frames and a
whole lot more.
Whatever the occasion, you are sure
to find what you are looking for in the
Sherwood Studios Gift Department.
Don't you think you owe it to your-
self to stop in at Sherwood for all your
gift giving? It's worth it!
6644 Orchard Lake
at Maple Road
Inch by Inch:
If you are not wearing it
or borrow with it!
Planting Your Family Jewish Garden
Sunday, June 5, 1994
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
You can't enjoy jewelry if it's sitting
in your safe deposit box. Sell or bor-
row on it for immediate cash. We deal
in jewelry, watches & gemstones.
Jewish Community Center
Jimmy Prentis Morris Building
15110 W. 10 Mile Road, Oak Park
A Service to Private
Owners, Banks &
AWARDED CERTIFICATE BY GIA
IN GRADING & EVALUATION
Lawrence M. Allan, President
30400 Telegraph Rd. • Suite 134
Bingham Farms 642-5575
• TREADMILLS Electric/Manual
• STAIR CLIMBERS
• HEALTH BIKES
• ROWING MACHINES
• MISC. GYM EQUIPMENT
(ALL ITEMS DISCOUNTED)
ACTON RENTAL & SALES
Daily 'Til 5:30
Sat. 'Til 3
tips by Kenneth Shecter
of Shecter Landscaping, Inc.
Planting, Crafts and
Lots, lots more!
"The First Farmer"
a production by the
BI-cultural Theater Group of
the Jewish Communit* High School
Admission; Kosher Foodstuffs-to feed the Jewish Hungry
For more information call 354-1050.
Co-sponsored by Jewish Experiences for Families
Jewish Community Center
Tad Ezra Kosher Food Bank
and The Jewish News