There's No Such Thing
As A Small Disaster.
Primrose Benevolent Club will
hold their election of officers for
the 1994-1995 season at their
next meeting, June 6 at noon at
Lincoln Towers clubroom. A
lunch will be served.
An installation of officers will
be held on June 28 at Farina's
Banquet Center. Reservations
are now being taken; call Marge
Meretsky, 357-5087. There is a
dinner, champagne toast and en-
tertainment. There is a charge.
Contact Sharon Diskin, 569-
0209; or Roz Kauffman, 548-
0193, for reservations.
We all hear about the big disasters. But disasters happen every day. Which means
every day, people like you need food, clothing and a place to rest. Please support the
American Red Cross. Call1-800-842-2200. Because disaster never rests.
American Red Cross
Photographer: Dana Fineman
Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit
My Jewish Discovery Place and Jewish Experiences for Families
A Chance for Parents & Pre-schoolers to
have a Night on the Town
TH E DE T RO
Creative Dramatics, Storytelling, Crafts and lots of fun!
6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
June 7 at Maple/Drake, West Bloomfield
June 14 at Jimmy Prentis Morris Building, Oak Park
For more information please contact
Cheryl Kane at 661-5092 before June 1.
The sisterhood of Adat Shalom
will hold a women's Shacharit
service and luncheon beginning
at 10 a.m. June 2. Sisterhood
members will lead the service.
Following the luncheon,
Ronald Leff, Adat Shalom direc-
tor of education and youth, will
make a presentation on "Current
Trends in Jewish Education."
There is a charge for the lun-
cheon. For information, call the
synagoguge office, 851-5100.
Madelyn Liss, outoing two-term
president of Henry Morgenthau
Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women,
was recently presented the pres-
tigious Woman of the Year
plaque at the Morgenthau 48th
Annual Installation Luncheon.
The presenter was Hattie
Schwartz, awards chairman, also
a two-term past president.
House Tour '94
Using the theme "It Doesn't Get
Any Better Than This," Temple
Israel Sisterhood is planning its
first House Tour '94 for June 1.
The six homes on this tour may
be viewed from 10 a.m.-4 p.. The
homes depict various architec-
tural and furnishing styles with
beautiful works of art on display.
Those on the tour may travel at
their leisure between homes.
Tickets for the tour may be
purchased by phoning Barbara
Cantor Howard Glantz of Adat
Shalom Synagogue will be the
featured performer at the
Na'amat USA, Greater Detroit
Council Spiritual Adoption Lun-
cheon June 2 at Beth Abraham
Hillel Moses at noon.
When Cantor Glantz entered
the Cantors Institute of the Jew-
ish Theological Seminary, the
five-year program of study in-
cluded a year spent in Israel at
Neve Schecter and four years in
New York studying sacred and
secular music. In 1988, he found-
ed the Dor L'Dor Program in co-
operation with the Cantors
Cantor Glantz is a past presi-
dent of the Cantors Institute stu-
dent body andn serves on the
executive council of the Cantors
assembly and as Dor L'Dor chair-
man. He is the treasurer of the
Cantors Council of Detroit and
has been named co-chairman of
the 1995 Cantors Convention.
Luncheon reservations may be
made by calling the Council of-
fice, 970-4750. There is a charge.
The sisterhood of Temple
Emanu-El will host the 10th in-
stallment of their "Jews of the
World" series June 4 at 7 p.m. at
Trini and Carmen's in Clawson.
Participants will have a spe-
The Ivan S. Bloch Chapter of the cially prepared Mexican dinner.
B'nai B'rith Women will hold its Following the dinner, Rabbi Lane
46th anniversary and installa- Steinger will speak on the "Jews
tion at the Furniture Club of De- of Mexico."
troit, 24701 Swanson, Southfield,
Reservations are necessary for
June 18 at 6:30 p.m.
the event; call Alice Blumberg,
There will be hors d'oeuvres, 967-4117.