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October 21, 1977 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-10-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

HEBREW
UNITED
SCHOOLS
SCHOOLS WOMAN'S AUX-
ILIARY will hold its annual

donor luncheon 12:15 p.m.
Nov. 2 at Cong. Beth Achim.
Matthew -Mischakoff, gui-
tarist, and Genia Hollander,
flutist, will entertain. Pro-
ceeds will be used for schol-
arships for UHS students.
For tickets and information,
call Jean Levy, 357-0424, or
Sue Sendler, 968-6376.
* * *

SHAAREY ZEDEK SIS-
TERHOOD will begin its

annual Town Hall series,
mething for the Mind,
IIIIs :Body and the Heart," 10
a.m. Nov. 3 in the syna-
gogue. Sheldon L. Appleton,
political analyst and profes-
sor of political science at
Oakland University, will
speak on "Israel and Ameri-
can Politics." Continental
breakfast will be served
prior to the talk. Babysitter
__is available by advance res-
ervation. For tickets or
information, call the syna-
gogue, 357-5544. Ticket
chairman,- Lily Broner, is
assisted by Iris Aaron and
Ilene Nemer. Doris August
is Town Hall series chair-
man. Cynthia Steinberg is
sisterhood president.

* * *

Al)AT SHALOM SISTER-
HOOD will hear Dr. Melvin



Schwartz, visiting professor
at Wayne State University,
10 a.m. Tuesday in the
youth lounge. He will speak
on "The Woman as a Con-
sumer. of Health Services:
User—Used or Abused."
The public is invited at no
charge. Refreshments will
be served at 9:30. Baby sit-
ter is available by reserva-
tion. Charlotte Nussbaum
and Harriet Dunsky are
chairmen. For information,
call the synagogue office,
851-5100.

TEMPLE BETH JACOB
SISTERHOOD will have a

luncheon meeting noon
Tuesday in the temple.
Wilma De Hart will speak
on "The Basis for It All Is a
Healthy Person."

* * *

AVODAH, BRANDEIS-
TIKVA, DEGANIA,
DIMONA, HANITA and
WHITEHALL-CHAI CHAP-
TERS, Pioneer Women, will

hold a combined meeting
12:15 p.m. Tuesday at the
Labor Zionist Institute.
Topic for the meeting will
be What Price Liberty?
- How Far Should the First
endrnent Rights Go?"
Toward Simon, executive
director of the Civil Liber-
ties Union and Jessica R.
Cooper of the Oakland
County Bar Association will
respond. Petite luncheon
will be served. Admission is
free, and friends --are
invited. Coordinators are
Judy Holtz, Renee Shuster
and Frieda Faigin.
* .* *

HELEN ROSENBERG
CANCER FIGHTERS, City

of Hope, will hold their paid-
up membership luncheon
noon Monday at the Raleigh
House. A fashion show will

Women's Clubs

follow the luncheon. For
information or to join, call
Mrs. Bernie Cutler, 358-3792.
Dues may be paid at the
door.

* * *
DAVID-HORODOKER
WOMEN'S ORGANIZA-
TION will meet noon

Tuesday in the home of
Mrs. Hyman Weisse, 25608
Lincoln Terrace Dr., Oak
Park. Arrangements have
been completed for the
women's annual donor
luncheon slated to take
place Nov. 8 at Cong. Beth
Achim. For tickets and
information, call Mrs.
Harry Schechter, 557-6674.

* * *

BETH ACHIM SISTER-
HOOD will hear Rabbi Mil-

ton Arm review "World of
Our Fathers" by Irving
Howe 10 a.m. Monday in the
synagogue. Continental
breakfast will be served at
9:30. Admission is free to
members. Non-members
are invited at a nominal
charge. For babysitter res-
ervation, call Annie Fried-
man, 968-4558. The women
will hold their paid-up mem-
bership party 7 p.m. Mon-
day in the synagogue. Buf-
fet dinner will be served. A
musical program will be
presented by the members,
accompanied by Lillian Zel-
lman. Reservations are
required.

* * *
LAKE HILLS CHAPTER,

Women's American ORT,
will have an art auction 8:30
p.m. Saturday at Park West
Galleries, Southfield. Cham-
pagne preview will be held
at 7:30.

* *
JEWISH
WOMEN
EUROPEAN WELFARE
ORGANIZATION will have

its - fund=raising luncheon
noon Monday in the Lincoln
Briar Apts. club - house.
Hostesses are Annette
Borowitz, Gisel Ann Cutler
and Fanny Laufer. Games
will. follow. Friends are
invited.

* * *

Pioneer
Women, will have a pre-
donor meeting 11:30 a.m.
Monday at the Northgate
Apts. club house. Fannie
Hochman will sponsor the
brunch. President Jeanette
Serling invites guests.
* * *

CLUB TWO,

BNAI DAVID SISTER-
HOOD will meet noon Mon-

day in the synagogue. Pro-
gram chairman, Marilyn
Flack, - announces Doug
Ross, co-director and
founder of the Michigan
Citizen's Lobby, will speak
on "The Political Reform
Movement and Under-
standing Lobbies in Mich-
igan." Admission is free.
For information, call Mrs.
Fladc, 557-4097, or the syna-
gogue, 557-8210.
* * *

YOUNG WOMEN OF
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND

will hold a general meeting
1 p.m. Wednesday in the
home of Faye Menczer, vice
president, 17243 Bonstelle,
Southfield. Cake and coffee

will be served. For informa-
tion, call the JNF office,
968-0820.

* * *
TOWERS- AND MASADA
GROUPS, Hadassah, will

combine for a paid-up mem-
bership luncheon noon
Tuesday in the Knob-in-the-
Woods Apts. club house.
Providing entertainment for
a program entitled, "Let
There Be Music," are Lil
Tian Zellman, pianist ; Harry
Siegel, cellist; and Anne
Jaffe,. vocalist.

BUSINESS. AND PRO-
FESSIONAL CHAPTER,

Women's American ORT,
will meet 8 p.m. Monday in
the home of Mrs. Doris
Easton, 21720 Parklawn,
Oak Park. John Jacobs,
chairman of the Michigan
Region of Bnai Brith, will
speak on "Rising Anti-Semi-
tism, Myth or Reality."
* * *

DEGANIA CHAPTER,

Pioneer Women, will hold a
paid-up membership dinner
7:30 p.m. Wednesday in the
home of Jackie Zeff, 24600
Radclift, Oak Park. Dues
must be received by Judy
Blavin prior to the dinner.
* .* *
CARMEL GROUP Hadas-
sah, will hold its paid-up
membership luncheon noon
Tuesday at the Zionist Cul-
tural Center. Chapter Presi-
dent Inge Kramer will
speak on "Your Part in the
29th World Zionist Con-
gress." Guests and prospec-
tive members are invited.
Members are requested to
bring Jewish National Fund
Blue Boxes.

* * *
ACHIEZER will have its

annual paid-up membership
and installation dinner 8:30
p.m. Tuesday in the home of
Marilyn Loketch, 17376
Shervilla, Southfield. Dinner
will be served, and officers
installed. Mark Goldenberg
will entertain. Paid-up
members will be admitted
free of charge.
* * *

MASSADA CHAPTER,

Pioneer Women, will meet
12:30 p.m. Monday in the
home of Mrs. David Col-.
man, 25836 Salem, Hunting-
ton Woods. Luncheon will be
served. -

Friday, October 21, 1977 17

man, 557-0718, or Sarah Be1
d-
narsh, 352-9336.
* * *

ALPHA ZETA OMEGA
AUXILIARY will have a

board meeting 12:30 p.m.
Oct. 31 in the home of Sarah
Neuman, 28826 ROckledge
Dr., Farmington. Plans will
be made for the annual
Hanuka party.
* * *

and BOB SAKS Oldsmobile has got him
"Buy With Confidence"

CZENESH

CHANA
CHAPTER,

Pioneer
Women, will meet noon
Monday in the Lincoln
Towers Apts. club room.
Delegate Inez Silk and alter-
nates will read convention
reports. Refreshments will

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* * *
FANNIE GLUCK CHAP-
TER, American Mizrachi

Women, will have its annual
donor luncheon Tuesday at
Cong. Beth Achim. Ann
Rosenberg, president,
announces the honoree will
be ,Diane Levine, president
of Women of Jewish
National Fund. Jocelyn
Krieger will entertain. For
reservations, call Eve Her-

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