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May 31, 1996 - Image 118

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-05-31

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LOBSTER! LOBSTER! LOBSTER!
$ 12.50* $ 1230* $ 1230*

Common

SUMMER'S SIZZLING
WITH A
SENSATIONAL
SEAFOOD SPECIAL

Ruth Singer, Gerrie Sollish, Deb-
bie Supowit, Hannah Monique
Ulrych, Gitta Vieder, Beverly
Yost Diane Zameck.
Advisory Board is Helen
Bayles, Rose Diamond, Rosalyn
Katzman, Libbie Share, Ruth
Siegan. and Anne Steinberg.

FRIDAY & SATURDAY ONLY • 6:00 P.M.-10:00 P.M.
MAY 31, 1996-AUGUST 31, 1996
Prime Rib $13.95
Baked Stuffed Lobster $16.95

ORT Installs
New Board

'(1 1/4 lb. boiled lobster, corn on the cob, potato)

Not Valid With Other Discounts Or Coupons

RESERVATIONS REQUESTED

810/642-0100

Rachel Maisel

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HOTEL

AND

Rachel Maisel
Leads Sisterhood

SUITES

BLOOMFIELD BILLS

1475 North Woodward Ave. • Bloomfield Hills, MI 48304

COMPETE MEALS
INCLUDE SOUP, SALAD, POTATO,
VEGETABLE & DESSERT (Except Cheesecake)

MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
SATURDAY

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CHOPPED SIRLOIN W/ZIP SAUCE
$7 95
SWISS STEAK
$7 25
PROVIMI MILK-FED VEAL MARSALA, PICCATA OR PARMESAN $9.95
SALMON PATTIES Made With Red Sockeye Salmon
$8 95
BROILED OR DURATEE WHITE FISH
$9 75
STUFFED CABBAGE
$7.25

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G 0 CO ICO FOR

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MUST BE PRESENTED WHEN ORDERING

Coupon Good For 2 People Only
Expires 6-6-96

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Mon.-Sat.
7 a.m. -
8 p.m.
Closed
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Delivery
Sundays
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Beautiful Music Wed. thru Sat. • Casual Dining with Gracious Ambiance
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FOR RESERVATIONS CALL •• 810-380-0011

Rachel Maisel will be installed
as president of the Adat Shalom
Sisterhood along with other new
officers and members of the sis-
terhood board of directors for the
1996-97 season.
The installation ceremony will
follow the affiliates' annual
Shacharit service, beginning at
10 a.m. on Monday, June 3. The
service, coordinated this year by
Linda Rosenbaum, is written
and led by sisterhood members.
Mrs. Maisel has had a long
and committed involvement with
both the sisterhood and the syn-
agogue. She has chaired the Adat
Shalom Ritual Committee, has
advocated on behalf of aliyot for
women and has held numerous
chairmanships and offices with-
in sisterhood. In the communi-
ty, Mrs. Maisel has volunteered
her services as an English tutor
for new Americans. She also has
worked with the Meals on
Wheels program. There is a $12
charge, and advance reservations
are required.
The following women will
comprise Adat Shalom Sister-
hood 1996-97 board of directors:
president, Rachel Maisel; vice
presidents, Sue Ellen Kaufman,
Annette Bereholz, Jane Anchill,
Shoshana Wolok, Linda Good-
man, Linda Warner, Linda
Rosenbaum; recording secretary,
Joyce Weingarten; correspond-
ing secretary, Sharon Oppen-
heim; treasurer, Janis Holcman;
financial secretary, Lori Issner;
adviser, Sharon Lubetsky.
Board Members are: Danielle
Allan, Sharon Bass, Susan
Berman, Sheri Biederman, Toby
Dobkin, Carol Weintraub Fogel,
Barbara Friedman, Dayna
Glantz, Barbara Kappy, Ronna
Katzman, Bea Kriechman,
Sharon Moss Lebovic, Carol
Lifton, Leslie Magy, Bobbie
Miller, Sandi Miller, Lynn
Scheele Nevins, Linda O'Desky,
Beverly Phillips, Mildred Pivoz,
Karen Rosender, Ann Rudy,

The Michigan Region of
Women's American ORT will
hold its spring installation lun-
cheon 11 a.m. at Congregation
B'nai Moshe on Thursday, June
20.
Officers to be installed are
Janet Berman, president; Andi
Wolfe, chair of the executive com-
mittee; vice presidents, Minnie
Berman, Iris Czajkowski, Sarah
Feuereisen, Sheila Schwartz and
Yetta Wolf. Other Executive
Board Officers to be installed will
be Sandy Stark, Sharon Klein,
Laurie Chudnow, Ruth Hurwitz,
Lynn Parker, Arlene Barns,
Cindy Franklin and Lois Sand-
berg. Outgoing president is Ar-
lene Barris. Chair of the day is
Sharon Hart.
For information or reserva-
tions, call the ORT office, (810)
855-9820.

Marcia Tanzman

Sisterhood
Installation

The Congregation Beth Shalom
Sisterhood will hold its instal-
lation brunch at 11 a.m. on June
6, at the synagogue. Faye Ull-
mann, Michigan branch presi-
dent, and Linda Lublin, past
president, will install Marcia
Tanzman as sisterhood presi-
dent.
Marcia Tanzman has served
on the executive committee in
various positions, most recently
vice president of membership,
and part of the sisterhood pre-
sidium. Marcia is a member of
the Bel Canto Choir, as well as
the synagogue choir. The instal-

lation will incorporate music and
the program will feature Rochelle
Barr, the accompanist for the Bel
Canto Choir.
Installed as vice presidents
will be Helen Herman, Marcia
Abel and Lynn Rich. Treasurer
will be Ellen Racusin; financial
secretary, Ann Barth; corre-
sponding secretary, Evelyn
Gorosh; recording secretary, Lin-
da Lublin; immediate past pres-
ident, Bess Lipson; and
parliamentarian, Sophie Pearl-
stein.
Members of the board include
Dorothy Babich, Ellen Barth,
Sue Becker, Marilyn Cohen,
Frieda Davidorf, Ethel Fitzer-
man, Bernice Gill, Debbie Gold-
enberg, Gladys Goldsmith, Judy
Goldsmith, Mona Greenbaum,
Fay Isackson, Phyllis Kanners,
Shirley Kramer, Tobie Kuppe,
Betty Levine, Estelle Lewin, Bar-
bara Lewis, Anna Lindemann,
Alicia Nelson, Helen Robbins,
Vicki Salinger, Ruth Selvan and
Janis Waxenberg.
There is a charge for the
brunch. For information and
reservations, contact Linda
Lublin, (810) 642-1878.

Israel Fest:
Day Of Fun

The Incredible Israel Fest, cel-
ebrating the 48th anniversary
of the state of Israel will be June
2, at the Maple-Drake Jewish
Community Center.
The festivities begin at 12:50
p.m. when Detroit Pistons own-
er Bill Davidson will accept a
time capsule from 242 teen-
agers who are going on the Mir-
acle Mission for Teens next
month. He will help lead the 1
p.m. annual Walk for Israel
with the Harrison High School
Marching Band of Farmington c
Hills.
The folk duo Gemini will kick
off the musical portion of the af-
ternoon at 2:30 p.m. Local artist
Raquel Pomerantz Gershon and
the Akiva Hebrew School Choir
also will perform.
Israeli jazz will take the stage
in the form of the Iris & Ofer
Portugaly Quartet at 4:40 p.m.
At 6 p.m., Israeli rocker Dan-
ny Robes NAB perform.
Throughout the afternoon,
children's rides will be available.
Hands-on activities for children
and their parents will be offered
by Jewish Experiences for Fam-
ilies from 1:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
and 3:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Kosher food booths will be
available. Traditional food will
be on sale.
The Incredible Israel Fest is
sponsored by the Jewish Fed-
eration and its Michigan/Israel
Connection, together with the
Jewish Community Center, The
Jewish News and corporate
sponsors.

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