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October 09, 1981 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-10-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jewish Women's Issues Topic of Colloquium at Midrasha

Dr. Marilyn Poland will
be the guest lecturer in the
first program of the Mid-
rasha College of Jewish
Studies' Colloquium of
Jewish Women's Issues 11
a.m. Thursday at the Mid-
rasha.

Dr. Poland will speak on
"The Woman as Patient."
A nurse, anthropologist
and assistant professor in
the department of gynecol-
ogy and obstetrics at Wayne
State University's medical
school, Dr. Poland is the

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She has done research
on reproduction and has
published in numerous
professional journals.

Luncheon will be served
at noon. Registration is re-
quired, and there is a
charge. For information,
call the Midrasha, 354-1050
or 352-7117.
The colloquium begins at
10 a.m. with classes such as
contemporary Jewish wo-
Die MARILYN POLAND
men's literature, survey of
Jewish philosophy, selected and Rabbi Eli Finkelman.
topics in the history of the
Topics of the guest lectur-
Holocaust, beginning Heb- ers include: "Images of
rew and issues in medical Women in the Bible,"
ethics and Jewish law. In- "Female Images: Women in
structors include Dr. Jac- Advertising," "Women and
queline Zeff, Rochelle Mil- Their Mothers" and "Wo-
len, Dr. Margaret Eichner men and Menopause."

Home for Aged Auxiliary
to Hear Talk by Sen. Ross

dent Geri Margolis will
chair the meeting. Presi-
dent is. Marcia Tanzman.
Program Chairman
Gladys Barr will be
chairman of the day. She
will be assisted by Hospi-
tality Chairman Mary
Tarnow and her commit-
tee, Marilyn Markel,

BETH ACHIM MEN'S
CLUB will begin an adult
education program, a He-
brew literacy campaign, 8
p.m. Oct. 27 in the
synagogue.
The 10-week course will
be held 8 p.m. Tuesdays and
2 p.m. Wednesdays at the
synagogue. The nominal fee
includes the cost of a
textbook. To register, call
the synagogue, 352-8670.
The group will have a
square dance "round-up" 8
p.m. Saturday at the
synagogue. There will be a
professional square dance
caller. Refreshments will be
served. For required reser-
vations, call the synagogue.
There is an admission fee.

• • •

AESCULAPIAN Phar-
maceutical Association will
meet 8 p.m. Monday in the
Cranbrook Apt. club house.
Members are requested to
bring ads for the dinner-
dance book. Games will fol-
low. The auxiliary will
serve refreshments.

21

Pioneer Women Sponsor
Series of Ongei Shabat

coordinator of patient care
services and infertility and
birth defects center at C.S.
Mott Center.

Jewish Home for Aged
Auxiliary will hear State
Sen. Doug Ross speak on
"The Reagan Budget Cuts
— What Are They Doing to
Us?" at a general meeting
10:30 a.m. Oct. 19 at Cong
Beth Shalom. Petite break-
fast will be served.
Sen. Ross has been active
in the community as vice
president of the advisory
board, Michigan Chapter of
American Jewish Commit-
tee; board of directors,
Michigan Anti-Defamation
League; executive board,
Jewish Community Coun-
cil.
Vice President Sophie
LeVine will introduce Sen.
Ross.
Executive Vice Presi-

Friday, Octsker 9, 1981

Greater Detroit Council,
Pioneer Women, will spon-
sor a mini-series of ongei
Shabat beginning 12:45
p.m. Saturday in the
Pioneer Women headquar-
ters, 25900 Greenfield,
Suite 205E, Oak Park.
Guest speaker for the
series is Esther Tarnoff-
Cooper of the speakers
bureau of the Detroit Insti-
tute of Art. Her topic will be
"Jewish Art."
Everyone is welcome, free
of charge. Cultural co-

chairmen are Barbara
Goldsmith and Frieda
Faigin. Evelyn Noveck is
president.

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Carol Rosenberg, prog-
ram director for Jewish
Home for Aged, will narrate
a short slide presentation
about programs for the resi-
dents. Rowena Howard,
coordinator of volunteer
services, will outline areas
needing volunteers.
Frieda Kolb is in charge
of publicity, and assisted by
Cynthia Steinberg. Vice
President of Membership
Fannie Robinson invites
guests.
Advance paid reserva-
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Anna Mickel, 30330 South-
field, Apt. B-70, Southfield,
48076, by Monday. For in-
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