Detroit Retailing will speak at a luncheon
of the Ambassadors of Temple Beth El in
Bloomfield Township. $12. RSVP by April
12: Doris Kushner, 248 -352-5882, or Betty
FUN FOR KIDS
6 pm. Pancake Supper for families with
children up to age 7 at Cong. Shaarey Zedek
in Southfield. Meet Curious George, plus
stories and games. $5 per adult; $7 at door;
children free. RSVP by April 12: Martha
Goldberg at 248-357-5544 or mgoldberg@
The most wonderful things
about living here are all the
opportunities and activities."
— Helen Weingarden,
enjoying life at
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Yom HaShoah Service
At Temple Beth El
On Monday, April 16, Temple Beth El
in Bloomfield Township will mark Yom
HaShoah with a service of Holocaust
learning and remembrance. The 7 p.m.
service will include a candlelighting
ceremony with the T'filah Teens, violin-
ist Jordan Broder and the Temple's high
Paula Marks-Bolton, a speaker
at the Holocaust Memorial Center
in Farmington Hills for the past 22
years, will speak. A survivor of the
Lodz Ghetto, Auschwitz, Ravensbruck,
Meuhlhausen and the Bergen-Belsen
death march, she stresses the impor-
tance of respecting others and speaking
out against injustice and hatred.
For more information, call Barbara
Grant, 248-851-1100, ext. 3149.
Temple Kol Ami To Host
Isaac Mayer Wise Shabbat
Members of Detroit-area Reform
congregations will come together at
Temple Kol Ami in West Bloomfield at
6 p.m. Friday, April 13, for the annual
Isaac Mayer Wise Shabbat, followed by
a potluck dinner following the service.
The Metropolitan Detroit Federation
of Reform Synagogues (MetFed) will
provide kosher-for-Passover chicken
and beverages, and those attending will
be responsible for bringing a Passover
non-dairy side dish in a disposable
container. There is no charge for the
meal. Contact Dave Henig to make res-
ervations by April 9 at (248) 682-4992
or email email@example.com ).
D.C. Jewish Publishers Buy
Baltimore Jewish Times
WASHINGTON (JTA) — The own-
ers of Washington's Jewish newspaper
submitted the winning bid for the
Baltimore Jewish Times at a bankruptcy
Route 95 Publications LLC, an affili-
ate of the WJW Group that owns the
Washington Jewish Week, said it won
Monday's auction to purchase Alter
Communications, the publisher of the
Baltimore Jewish Times and Style maga-
zine. The group's bid was $1.26 million.
The sale still must be approved by a
federal bankruptcy court judge.
"The Baltimore Jewish Times is, liter-
ally, a significant communal institu-
tion and a meaningful player in the
world of Anglo-Jewish newspapers,"
Louis Mayberg, a partner of Route 95
Publications, said in a statement.
Alter Communications went into
bankruptcy following an acrimonious
legal dispute with its printer that had
rendered uncertain the future of the
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