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April 12, 1996 - Image 91

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-04-12

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WEEKENDS ARE SPECIAL AT

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Don't Pass Over This Mini-Seder

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CARLA JEAN SCHWARTZ LOCAL COLUMNIST

DINNER FOR 2, SUNDAYS 5 P.M.-8 P.M.

ENJOY TWO GLASSES OF OUR HOUSE WINE

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emple Emanu-El re-
Julie Levy and Peter and
cently hosted a Passover
Laurie Winston are honorary
program and seder for
chairmen. The evening in-
its nursery-school stu-
cludes a silent auction, dinner
dents. The morning began
and live auction. For more in-
with an explanation of the Pe-
formation, call (810) 642-9919.
sach story, hosted by directors
Michaelyn Silverman and
NOTES
Rena Cohen. There was a
The Southwoods Chapter of
lively song session, too, with
Michigan Region ORT is hav-
the "Matzah Boogie" and
ing their annual flower sale.
"Where Is Baby Moses?' being
Geraniums can be ordered
especially popular numbers.
through April 20. For more in-
Children and their families
formation, call Dorothy Su-
were then invited into the so- Elliot Littman and mom, Shelley, enjoy the sed
perstine at (810) 855-9820.
er.
cial hall for a mini-seder, com-
Merry Silber, a prominent
plete with matzah, celery and ev en morning activities for 3- and 4-
quilt
expert, will discuss quilts 2
year-olds,
along
with
their
parents,
horseradish.
p.m. Saturday, April 27, at the
Spotted in the crowd we re on Saturday, April 20, at 10:30 Southfield Public Library.
students Jeremy Staus s, p.m.
Sections from the NAMES Pro-
The service, part of the congre-
Francine Wanetick, Ale x
ject AIDS Memorial Quilt will be
gation's
new
"Nava
Nagila:
Let's
Steinberg, Meghan Marr ay,
displayed at Saks Fifth Avenue in
Deborah May, Rachel Leide r Be Happy" programs for families, Troy April 24-30. The display co-
will
be
short
(30-45
minutes)
and
and Livia Kreindler.
very informal. For more informa- incides with the third Red Ribbon
tion, can Rita Abramson at (810) Ball to be held 7:30 p.m. Saturday,
\ CHAMBER FESTIVALS
April 27, at the Somerset Collec-

Two stellar chamber music fes- 788-0600.
tion. For ticket information, call
tivals were held recently. The
(313) 993-1338.
LIGHTING CANDLES
Great Lakes Chamber Mu-
The annual Joe Cornell Spring
On
Friday,
April
19,
sic Festival held a spring
at Temple Israel, start- Ball for preteens will take place
prelude at the home of
ing at 8:30 p.m., there Thursday evening, April 25, at the
Joseph and Kathleen
will be a Shabbat Ser- Novi Hilton. For more informa-
Antonini. The Antoninis
vice for Singles, fea- tion, call (810) 626-1100. ❑
were festival co-chairmen
turing a speech by Dr.
along with Dean and Avi-
Sonya Friedman.
/- va Friedman. More than
For
more information,
60 guests were treated to
the performance by Ruth CAR LA SCHWARTZ call the Jewish Feder-
ation of Metropolitan
LOCAL
Laredo and James Toc-
Detroit at (810) 642-
COLUMNIST
co. Some of the supporters
4260 or Temple Israel
included: David and Lori
at (810) 661- 5700.
Simon, Ira and Gail Mondry,
Gwen and Evan Weiner and
• Wendy and Howard Allen- ETON
• berg. The festival, scheduled for BIRTHDAY PARTY
June 8-15 at St. Hugo's and Tem-
Eton Academy will celebrate its
ple Beth El, is sponsored by tenth birthday with a gala event 5
Franklin Bank. For more infor- p.m. Saturday, April 20, at the
mation, call (810) 362-2622.
academy. Jackie Stewart, a For-
The Lyric Chamber Ensemble mula One World Champion, is the
held an afternoon performance at celebrity chairman, while Ed and
David and Lori Simon
Orchestra Hall followed by a gala
\_ reception at the Whitney. The re-
ception was sponsored by Comer-
' ica. Fedora Horowitz, Louis
Nagel, Joseph Gurt, Anton
Nel, Michael Gurt and Steven
Rosenfeld were some of the mu-
sicians. Some of the supporters in-
cluded: Sylvia Feldman, Bunny
and Michael Kratchman, Belle
Kukes, Jackie Gordon, Judge
/
Gilbert, Gwen Ztkelman,
Marilyn Habsburg, Matilda
Rubin and Gretchen Snow
Ruff. The next event will be a
fund-raiser held in June at the
home of Tamara Friedman. For
more information, call (810) 357-
1111.

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TUESDAY .... SWISS STEAK
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THURSDAY . . . SALMON PATTIES Made With Red Sockeye Salmon
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FRIDAY
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$8.25
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