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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-09-26

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Friday, September 26, 1980 31

Women's Clubs

Caricatures

(Continued from Page 36) TER, Pioneer Women, will
YE HUDAH
AND meet 8 p.m. Oct. 9 in the
WOMEN'S SABBATH home of Molly Katz, 12820
LEAGUE
hold a Northfield Blvd., Oak Park.
luncheon-meeting -noon Co-hostess is Sylvia Ber-
Monday in the yeshiva nath. Maureen Zamler of
building. Mrs. Pearl the Beaumont Hospital
Ferencz and Elizabeth Speakers Bureau will de-
Weiss will sponsor the liver a talk on "A Woman's
luncheon in honor of the Viewpoint on Menopause."
90th birthday of their Guests are welcome.
* * *
mother, Julia Rein. Reser-
BETH ACHIM SIS-
vations will be taken at the
meeting for the Oct. 15 TERHOOD will hold the
donor luncheon. Final ar- first lecture in its series,
rangements for the donor "The Quality of Jewish Life
will be made at the meeting. in the '80s," 10 a.m. Oct. 8 in
President Mrs Leo Laufer the synagogue. Rabbi
Gerald Teller, superinten-
invites guests.
* * *
dent of the United Hebrew
PARKWOOD CHAP- Schools, will speak on "The
TER, Women's American Art of Creating and Sus-
ORT, will hold its paid-up taining the Jewish Way of
membership luncheon noon Life." Bagels and coffee will
Wednesday in the Knob-in- be served at 9:30. Husbands
the-Woods Apts. club house. and non-members are in-
Program Vice President vited at a charge. Esther
Stella LeVine announces Rosenblum is vice president
guest speaker June Shada of education and Jackye
will deliver a talk on "Put- Drapkin and Millie Rosen-
ting a Handle on Stress." baum are co-chairmen of
Co-Presidents Esther adult education.
The women will sponsor a
Brown and Anne Rosenthal
Sukkot
social 7 p.m. Sunday
request that members bring
"white elephant" items. at the synagogue. Refresh-
There is a nominal charge ments will follow.
* * *
for guests. Adele Simms is
UNITED
HEBREW
luncheon and hospitality
SCHOOLS
WOMAN'S
chairman. She is assisted by
Nita Lichtenstein, Myrtle AUXILIARY will meet
12:15 p.m. Oct. 8 in the UHS
Redisch and Paulette Bonin.
building.
Petite luncheon
For reservations, call
Esther Brown, 352-1208; or will be served. Marcel
Helen Stebbins, 358-1747; Behar will speak on "Jewish
Life in Arab Lands." Plans
or Rose Diamond, 557-9552.
will be discussed for the an-
* * *
nual donor, slated 12:15
SHARONA CHAP- p.m. Nov. 19 at Cong.

Shaarey Zedek. Entertain-
ment for the donor will be
provided by the Bel Canto
Choral Society.

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The Midrasha College of
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tion with the Metropolitan
Detroit Chapter of Hadas-
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classes beginning 10 a.m.
Oct. 9.
During the first hour of
the two-hour classes, topics
to be discussed and their in-
structors are: Jewish Phi-
losophy, Mrs. Rochelle Mil-
len; Eastern European
Jewry, Dr. Gerald Teller;
Jewish Women's Litera-
ture, Dr. Jacqueline Zeff; Is-
raeli Literature (in transla-
tion), Mrs. Nira Lev; and
Beginner's Hebrew (read-
ing and conversation), He-
brew staff.
Guest speakers will de-
liver talks during the sec-
ond hour. They include:
Aviva Mutchnick of the
American Jewish Commit-
tee, Oct. 9, "Jews in Arab
Lands"; Jean Epstein, di-
rector of residence services
at the Jewish Home for
Aged, Oct. 16, "Coping With
Aging"; Dr. Guy Stern,
Wayne State University
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