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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-01-16

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Parents for Learning Disabled
Plan Reception Sunday Night

Reservations are still
being taken for the cham-
pagne reception for PTACH
— Parents for Torah for All
Children — to take place 8
p.m. Sunday in the home of
Dr. and Mrs. Arnold Zuroff,
31455 Franklin Fairway
Dr., Farmington Hills.
Guest speaker will be
Rabbi Avrohom Mon-

en'sClubs

CONG. BETH AB-
I 'TAM HILLEL
1. .DES MEN'S CLUB
will have its annual paid-up
membership affair 7 p.m.
Tuesday in the synagogue.
Dinner will be served. Dues
may be paid at the door.

* * *

CONG. SHAAREY
ZEDEK MEN'S CLUB
will begin its series on
"Jewish Global Perspec-
tives" 10 a.m. Sunday in the
synagogue, announces
Chairman Marvin Green.
Guest speaker Dr. Dennis
Papazian, professor of his-
tory at the University of
Michigan, will address the
topic: "Russian Aims in the
Persian Gulf." Breakfast
will be served at 9:30 a.m.

Chai Campers Club has
openings for Jewish family
campers who have their
own rigs. For information
-on membership, call
President Geoffrey Steb-
bins, 557-3943.

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Bnai Brith Activities

drowitz, founder and execu-
DETROIT BUSINESS
tive administrator of
AND
PROFESSIONAL
Yeshiva Bais Sholom Al-
ternative School of Brook- CHAPTER will meet 8
lyn, N.Y. He specializes in p.m. Tuesday in the
learning disabled educa- Whitehall Apts. club house.
Elaine D. Block, vice
tion.
chairman
of the Michigan
PTACH has established
the only full-time, secular Regional Advisory Board of
and Hebrew LD program the Anti-Defamation
locally; has engaged the League, will speak. Re-
services of two teachers freshments will be served.
trained in learning disabled Husbands, friends and pro-
members are in-
education; has trained staff , spective
vited.
to test and evaluate each
* * *
child and develop and
LOUIS
D.
BRANDEIS
appropriate curriculum;
and has an active profes- CHAPTER will meet 12:30
sional advisory board corn- p.m. Wednesday in the
prised of representatives of Knob-in-the-Woods Apts.
the fields of medicine, psy- club house. Margerie Corey,
chology, education, social a graduate of the University
of Michigan with a degree in
work and Oychiatry.
The public is invited. For library science, will review
are welcome.
reservations and informa- a book. Guests
* *
tion, call Harold Josephs,
CENTENNIAL LODGE
545-3563.
will have its installation

Chai Campers
Seek MeMbers

Friday, January 16, 1981

dinner 7:30 p.m. Jan. 31 at
the Southfield Ramada Inn.
There is a charge. Wives
and guest are invited. For
reservations, call Dinner
Chairman Jack Abella,
642-2031, or 237-7719.

tion, call Debbie Balkin,
661-5632; or Sandy
Schwartz, 661-1279.

Broder, 553-0139; or Mrs.
Savin, 547-2220.

COUPLETS UNIT will
have a board meeting 8 p.m.
Thursday in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Keith (Fran) Sa-
vin, 24091 Eastwood, Oak
Park. The meeting will be
the occasion of the paper
deadline. For information,
call Co-Presidents Sharon
Karbal, 682-2710; Elanna

DETROIT CHAPTER
will meet noon Wednesday
in the Farmington Hills Li-
brary, 32737 W. 12 Mile,
Southfield. Guest speakers
will be Michelle Ungar,
BBG president, and Mark
Bakst, AZA president. The
bowling league will present
a skit. Friends and guests
are invited.

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GOLDA MEIR CHAP-
TER will meet 8 p.m. Mon-
day in the home of Rhonda
Friedenberg, 5908 Crom-
well Rd., West Bloomfield.
Barbara Zonder will speak
on "Dolls for Democracy."
Prospective members are
invited. For details, call
Sandy Schwartz, 661-1295.
The chapter is seeking
members for its bowling
league slated to begin in
fall. The league will meet
12:30 p.m. Tuesdays at
West Bloomfield Lanes.
Babysitter will be avail-
able. To join or for informa-

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ily," a program for inter-
married couples, parents of
intermarrieds and those
who are contemplating in-
termarriage, will be held
7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the
Morris Branch of the Jewish
Community Center.
The evening will feature
Sheryl Leonard, program
director of the Chicago
Chapter, American Jewish
Committee, as keynote
speaker. After her talk, the
audience will participate in
small workshops for discus-
sion of the issues raised.
Ms. Leonard is known in
the Chicago area for her
work in communications
which include being the
hostess of a television inter-
view show and a radio show.
For the past six years she
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nalists program in Israel.
She was also a guest of the
government of Morocco,
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editor-publishers from the
Anglo-Jewish press, visit-
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