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April 11, 1980 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-04-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

DETROIT WOMEN OF
ALPHA OMEGA will hold
an election meeting and
tour of and luncheon at
Cranbrook House, 380 Lone
Pine Rd., Bloomfield Hills,
11 a.m. Tuesday. For infor-
mation, call Lois Geren-
raich, 626-6162 or 626-
5884.

* * *

BETH ACHIM SIS-
TERHOOD will hold a
board meeting 7:30 p.m.
Monday in the synagogue.
The sisterhood will hear Dr.
Maxwell Hoffman at its
eral meeting 8 p.m.
tkeril 28 in the synagogue.
Dr. Hoffman will speak on
"Hypnosis." Officers will be
elected.

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Women's Clubs

SHAAREY ZEDEK
SISTERHOOD announces
tickets are still available for
its fund-raising program,
"It's a Woman's World
1980," to be held 10 a.m.
April 23 in the synagogue.
The day will feature
boutiques, gourmet lunch-
eon and a talk by author
Judith Viorst. For tickets,
call the synagogue, 357-
5544.

* * *

GLENNWOOD CHAP-
TER, Women's American
ORT, will hold a general
meeting 7:30 p.m. April 23
in the Franklin Pointe Apts.
club house. Travel agent
Annette Langwald will
speak on "Saving Money on
Your Travels in the '80s."
Refreshments will be
served. For information,
call Vivian Karlinsky,
355-3128.

* * *

DETROIT LEAGUE,
CARIH, will hold an open
meeting noon Wednesday in
the Knob-in-the-Woods
Apts. club house. Attorney
Stephen Cooper will review
"The Brethren" by Robert
Woodward and Scott
Armstrong. Guests are wel-

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Friday, April 11, 1980 37

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come, and there is a nomi-
nal charge for luncheon. For
reservations, call Mildred
Blau, 557-0623, by Monday.

* * *

BATYA CHAPTER,
American Mizrachi
Women, will have an open
board meeting 1:30 p.m.
Tuesday in the home of
Marilyn Berris, 25940
Stratford Pl., Oak Park.
BNAI MOSHE SIS-
TERHOOD'S book discus-
sion group will discuss
"Saving Graces" by Rhoda
Tagliacozzo 1 p.m. Monday
in the home of Rena Tobes,
15675 Hilton, Southfield.
For reservations, call Mrs.
Tobes, 557-6284; or Mar-
jorie Lazarus, discussion
group chairman, 541-5213.

* * *

TEMPLE EMANU-EL
SISTERHOOD announces
that a few reservations still
are available for its VIP
luncheon slated to take
place noon Monday at the
Somerset Inn. Guest
speaker will be author and
lecturer Lynn Caine. For
reservations and informa-
tion, call the temple, 967-
4020.

* * *

CLUB TWO, Pioneer
Women, will meet 11:30
a.m. Monday in the Kristen
Towers, 25900 Greenfield,
Suite 205E, Oak Park.
Slides of Israel will be
shown. Brunch will be spon-
sored by Mary Zate.
President Jeannete Serling
invites guests.

* * *

ARTISANS CHAP-
TER, Women's American
ORT, will sponsor a chil-
dren's fashion show 1 p.m.
April 20 at the Somerset
Mall auditorium. Guest
families will receive dis-
count cards for purchases at
the sponsoring store, who in
turn will contribute a
percentage of its sales to
Women's American ORT.
Tickets will be available at
the door.

BUSINESS AND PRO-
FESSIONAL GROUP,
Hadassah, will meet 2 p.m.
Sunday at the Northgate
Apts. club house. Uri Segal,
chairman of the Michigan
Institute of Students and
Faculty on Israel, will speak
on "Positive Aspects of the
Current Relationship Be-
tween Egypt and Israel."
Sarah Epstein is program
chairman of the day. A so-
cial hour will follow. Guests
are invited. Refreshments
will be served.

* * *

BETH EL SISTER-
HOOD will see a slide pre-
sentation by Lucille Miller
of her tour of Egypt and
Syria 1 p.m. Monday in the
temple. Dessert will be
served at 12:30. Admission
is free, and all are welcome.
Mrs. Miller and her hus-
band were the recipients of
a Maupintour award for a
photograph taken by the
couple during their trip to
the Mideast.

Goldsmith,
education
chairman, 557-3734.

* * *

WOMEN OF JEWISH
NATIONAL FUND will
hold a mid-spring board
meeting noon Tuesday at
the Zionist Cultural Center,
announces Reba Bloom
president. The slate of offi-
cers will be presented, and
plans for the coming year
will be discussed. Fund-
Raising Chairman Shirley
Kraft requests that donor
money be brought to the
meeting. Hostesses are:
Frances Cutler, Ilona Dick,

* * *

SHARONA CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, will
meet 1 p.m. Saturday in the
home of Bea Shulman,
22150 Harding, Oak Park.
Arlene Trix of the South-
field Public Library will re-
view "Sophie's Choice" and
"Horowitz and Mrs. Wash-
ington." Officers will be
elected, and guests are wel-
come.

* * *

BETH SHALOM SIS-
TERHOOD announces
reservations still are being
taken for its education day
program beginning 9:30
a.m. Monday in the
synagogue. Dr. F. -Paul
Pearsall is the guest
speaker. For reservations,
call Barbara Lefton, vice
president of education,
547-0522; or Gladys

Good humor is the best
shield.

Bea Feigelman, Edith
Gladstone, Bertha
Grossman and Leah Zurik.

YOUR WEDDING—
BAR MITZVA

LBUM
FINER
INER

WILL BE

WHEN PHOTOGRAPHED BY

AND ASSOCIATES

357-1010

SMALL BEQUESTS
BUILD A
STRONG ISRAEL

If the tradition of including the Jewish
National Fund in the Will of every Jew were
invariably followed, sufficient resources would
be accumulated to ensure the future of the
young Jewish State on a sound basis of land
development, social welfare, and justice.

A bequest to the Jewish National Fund
should be as traditional as having a Blue Box
in one's home.

You may want your bequest to be
dedicated to afforestation, to a village, a
Nachlah, to a children's play area, to perpetual
yahrzeit or kaddish, or to some form of
permanent tribute in the names of persons
dear to you.

Consult the Foundation for Jewish
National Fund, 27308 Southfield Rd.,
557-6644
They will gladly co-operate with you in
working out plans to meet your special
requirements, in strict privacy.

* * *

KNOB
CIRCLE
CHAPTER,
Women's
American ORT, will have a
luncheon followed by games
noon April 22 in the Knob-
in-the-Woods Apts. club
house. Nominations will be
taken for offices. There is a
nominal charge. For reser-
vations, call Erna Leopold,
president, 358-1076.

* * *

WHITEHALL CHAP-
TER, Women's American
ORT, will hold a fund-
raising games party 12:30
p.m. Thursday at the
Whitehall Apts. club house.
Refreshments will be
served, and prizes awarded.
There is a charge.

* * *

KINNERET CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, will
hold a special meeting and
luncheon noon Monday in
the Lincoln Towers Apts.
club room. Abe Gornbein
will speak on current
events. Hostesses are:
Esther Nusbaum, Ruth
Adelman and Pearl
Chafets. President is Lily
Roubeck.



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