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October 22, 1982 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-10-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Mizrachi Women's Chapter
Will Conduct a learn-In'

Batya Chapter, American
Mizrachi Women, will host
the AMW "learn-in" slated
to take place 9:30 a.m.-2:30
p.m. Oct. 31 in the home of
Joanne Zuroff, 31455
Franklin Fairway, Far-
mington Hills.
Suzie Eskin, past na-

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tional president, and Muriel
Shuchatowitz, national
organization coordinator,
will conduct the meeting.

Dairy luncheon will be
served. There is a registra-
tion fee. For information,
call Mrs. Zuroff, 626-8957.

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Moore, Massada; Fan Press,
Lena Schwartz, Betty Order,
Frances Shapiro, Negbah;
Frieda Barris and Molly Katz,
Sharona; and Marsha Cohen,
Shoshanim.

Ethel Wasser is the
Council donor chairman.
Guest speaker will be
Jonathan Livny, former at-
torney general of Judea and
Samaria, who will give a
"Middle East Update."
Entertainment will be pro-
vided by Mark Vondrak,
baritone; Marilyn Hed-
quist, soprano; and Jamie
Clark, pianist, all of the
Michigan Opera Company.
Renee Shuster is Naamat
funds vice president and
Evelyn Noveck is Council
president.

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540-2244

to Gather for JFS Meeting

A workshop for Jewish Federation Apartments,
Family Service nursing will speak about the
home volunteers will be facilities available in the
held 9:30 a.m. Nov. 4 at the community for those no
Jewish Family Service longer able to live inde-
building.
pendently.
The topic for the morning
Volunteers are needed to
will be "Alzheimer's Dis- transport aged and handi-
ease — What Is It?" Jackie capped clients to appoint-
Tarnow of the Alzheimer's ments with doctors or de-
Disease and Related Disor- ntists, marketing, social-
ders Association will be the services, food stamps.
speaker.
"Friendly visitors" are also
Mrs. Tarnow holds a mas- being sought to visit with
ter's degree in nursing from people unable to leave their
Wayne State Universtiy homes.
and has worked at Sinai and
For information or to vol-
Harper Grace Hospitals.
unteer, call Fayga Dombey,
Helen Naimark, execu- coordinator, at the JFS,
tive director of Jewish 559-1500.

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Tickets Available
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Greater Detroit Council,
Pioneer Women/Naamat,
will hold its donor luncheon
12:30 p.m. Sunday at Adat
Shalom Synagogue.
The donor book, compiled
by Council adviser Miriam
Rose, will be distributed.
Assisting her were: Frieda
Barris, Bulletin chairman.,
and Lorraine Gale, co-
chairman.
Donor chairinen and their
chapters who assisted are:

Jeanette Serling, Rose Horwich,
Sylvia Schwartz, Rose Kaplan
and Anna Berg, Club Two; Ethel
Disner, Celia Simon, Sylvia
Isaacs, Mary Gilbert and Mitzi
Field, Avodah-Chai-Brandeis;
Clara Alzafon, Jean Kurtzman,
Julia Nathan, Jennie Shiffman,
Emma Nathanson, Esther
LaMed, Jennie Malamud and
Ann Bernstein, Chana Czenesh;
Linda Shulman and Juanita
Brodsky, Degania; Arlene Kohn,
Schwartz; Bertha Lupovitch,
Edith Gladstone and Frieda
Goldman, Golda Meir; Belle
Glenner, Esther Gorman and
Natalie Mann, Hanita; Shirley
Rubenstein and Lee Wagman,
Israel; Ruth Kanter and Helen

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Tickets are still available
for the David-Horodoker
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45th annual donor luncheon
to be held noon Tuesday at
Cong. Beth Achim.
Mrs. Bernard Chase will
be the chairman of the day.
Mrs. Joseph Radin will re-
cite the invocation.
Guest artists are Louise
Lazarus, lyric soprano, and
pianist Celia Dzodin.
For tickets, call Mrs. Ben
Kornisar, 557-9425.

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