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September 26, 1980 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-09-26

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36 Friday, September 26, 1980

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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From $ 59 to 8 89

BETH SHALOM SIS-
TERHOOD will sponsor a
study group, conducted by
Rabbis David Nelson and
Max Weine, 10:30 a.m.
Mondays in the synagogue,
beginning Oct. 6. The eight
sessions will be based on the
text, "Varieties of Jewish
Belief: Questions and An-
swers About Basic Concepts

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a
of Judaism." There is a
charge. For reservations
and information, call
Gladys Goldsmith, 557-
3734; or Barbara Lefton,
547-0522.
The sisterhood will hold
its paid-up membership
luncheon noon Oct. 9 in the
synagogue. The Dance
Alive group will entertain.
Paid-up members will be
admitted free and guests
are invited at a nominal
charge. Marilyn Katz,
membershship vice
president, requests that
reservations be made by cal-
ling Bess Gorelick, 967-
3005; Rose Gordon, 559-
1301; or Judith Bensky,
548-7161.

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* * *

ISRAEL CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will hold
its opening meeting of the
season 12:30 p.m. Saturday
in the home of Sophie
Usher, 31525 Franklin
Fairway, Farmington Hills.
* * *
Henry Faigin, a member of
BETH EL SISTER- the Labor Zionist Alliance
HOOD will hear sculptress executive council; and Dr.
Michele Donor 1 p.m. Oct. 6 Irving Panush, administra-
in the temple. Ms. Donpr tive director of Macomb
will speak on "Archeoldgy Community College, will.
in Israel With an Artist's present a dialogue on
Eye." She will appear as "Presidential Nominees as
part of the sisterhood's Spot- They Relate to Israel." A so-
light Series. Guests are wel- cial hour will precede the
come free of charge. Dessert meeting. Co-hostesses are
and coffee will be served at Yetta Shubow and Char-
12:30.
lotte Shefman. Friends and
* * *
guests are welcome.
* * *
JEWISH HOME FOR
PURITY
CHAPTER,
AGED AUXILIARY still
is taking reservations for its Order of the Eastern Star,
opening meeting 10 a.m. will have a business meet-
Oct. 6 at Cong. Bnai David. ing 7:45 p.m. Oct. 6 in the
Author Joan Dash will Oddfellows , Temple,
speak and petite breakfast Berkley. The annual report
will be served. For reserva- will be read and officers
tions by Monday, call Idene elected.
* * *
Fink, 968-5075; or Gladys
NEGBAH
CHAPTER,
Barr, 626-6455. There is a
nominal fee for non- Pioneer Women, will meet
members and it will be noon Wednesday in the
applied to membership dues Kristen Towers, 25900_
for those who wish to be- Greenfield, Suite 205E, Oak
Park. A report will be read
come members.
on the canister drive and

reservations will be taken
for the donor. Friends and
guests are welcome. Re-
freshments will be served.

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YOUNG ISRAEL SIS-
TERHOOD will hold its
annual Sukkot oneg 4 p.m.
Saturday at Young Israel of
Greenfield. Bracha
Kup insky will speak on
"The Cultural Attitudes of
Russian Immigrant Chil-
dren." Fayga Dombey is
chairman of the afternoon.
Paula Katz is hospitality
chairman. Friends are in-
vited. Refreshments will be
served in the sukka.

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Women, will meet noon
Monday in the Lincoln To-
wers Apts. club room. Rabbi
Ernst Conrad of Temple Kol
Ami will speak on "Sukkot:
A Continuing Symbol of In-
security." Refreshments
will be served, and guests
are invited.

* * *

TEMPLE EMANU-EL
SISTERHOOD will hold a
paid-up membership lunch-
eon noon Monday in the
temple. Tikva Frymer-
Kensky, assistant professor
of Near Eastern Studies at
Wayne State University,
will speak on "The Bible in
Near Eastern Mythology:.
The Case of the Flood."
Guests are welcome.

Babysitters will be avail-
able. For reservations, call
Ann Ross, 544-2589; or
Marge Kremer, 357-2240.

* * *

LADIES
OF
YESHIVATH BETH
(Continued on Page 37)

CREATIVE
PARTY PLANNING
and DECORATING

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Weddings,
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Invitations and
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Party Favors

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* * *

DEGANIA CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will hold
its annual sukka party 2
p.m. Sunday at the home of
Jackie Zeff, 24600 Radclift,
Oak Park. Families and
friends are invited. For in-
formation, call Ms. Zeff,
967-3627; or Judy Holtz,
681-6228.
The women will have a
general meeting 8 p.m. Oct.
15 in the home of Gwen Sil-
verstein, 29340 Stellamar,
Southfield. Topic for the day
will be "A Multi-Media Pre-
sentation of the Painted
Women," focusing on
beauty through the ages.
The calendar also will be
previewed. Guests are in-
vited. For information, call
Ms. Silverstein, 355-0594;
or Fern Adelstein, 559-
5488.
* * *
KNOB
CIRCLE
CHAPTER,
Women's
American ORT,-will have a
mini luncheon noon Oct. 7
in the Knob-in-the-Woods
Apts. club house. Rabbi
Sherwin Wine of the Bir-
mingham Temple will be
the guest speaker. Friends
are invited_ For reserva-
tions, call Rose Berk, 355-
4677.
* * *

CHANA CZENESH
CHAPTER,
Pioneer

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