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April 14, 1995 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-04-14

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Book Bites
Plans Discussion

The Kommandant's Mistress by

Sherri Szeman will be the fea-
tured book in the next Book Bites
discussion series which will take
place on Tuesday, April 11, at
7:30 p.m. This book is the story
of the relationship between the
kommandant of a Nazi concen-
tration camp and the Jewish in-
mate he makes his mistress.
Sponsored by the Cultural
Commission of Congregation
Beth Achim, this session will be
held at the home of Diane Sil-
verstein. The reviewer for the
evening will be Irma Glaser.
There is no charge for this se-
ries. Dessert will be served. To
attend, respond to the synagogue
office, 352-8670. The books in
this series are available at the
synagogue's library and at local
bookstores.

Dinner Honors
Mary Fisher

Planned Parenthood of South-
east Michigan will present a
"Tribute to Mary Fisher" Lun-
cheon, featuring keynote speak-
er Mary Fisher on Thursday,
May 4.
The event, chaired by Planned
Parenthood Advisory Board
Member Carol Klein, will be held
at Temple Beth El. Planned Par-
enthood will pay tribute to Mary
Fisher for her continuous efforts
in educating the public on a na-
tional level, about AIDS and
what we all can do to help find a
cure. Proceeds from the after-
noon will benefit Planned Par-
enthood of Southeast of Michigan
and the Family AIDS Network,
which was created by Mary Fish-
er in 1992.
Tickets for the event are: $50
luncheon ticket for one; $100
friend — luncheon ticket; $500
patron — five luncheon tickets;
and $1000 benefactor — table for
ten at the luncheon and two tic-
kets to a private reception with
Mary the evening before at the
home of Robert Larson.
For ticket information, call
Planned Parenthood, (810) 758-
4701.

Monday Forum
Lecture Series

On Monday, April 17, at 8:30
p.m., Rabbi Sherwin Wine of the
Birmingham Temple will pre-
sent the third of four talks on the
theme "The End of the War. Fifty
Years Later." He will discuss the
death of Roosevelt.
A discussion will follow the
presentation. For information,
call the Temple office, 477-1410.
There is a charge.

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Questions???

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Marilyn Gold from
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Wishes Family, Friends & Clients a
Healthy & Happy Passover

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