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October 21, 1983 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-10-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

N Conservative Women League
(Women's Clubs Plans Torah Study Day Oct. 31

(Continued from Page 44)

Judaism. Admission is
gained with a pledge to the
Torah Fund. Ruth Marcus,
Torah Fund vice president,
is the chairman. Dvorah
Rosenberg, national adult
education chairman for the
Women's League for Con-
servative Judaism, will be
the guest speaker. For re-
servations by Nov. 1, call
Della Hirschbein, 547-0289;
Anne Milgrom, 547-2226; or
Eva Kohn, 626-6133.

JUNIOR LEAGUE,
Northwest Child Rescue
Women, will hold its 10th
annual charity bazaar 10
a.m.-5 p.m. Oct. 30, Nov. 1,
2, 4, 5 and 6 and 10 a.m.-8
p.m. Oct. 31 and Nov. 3 at
the main Jewish Commu-
nity Center. The bazaar will
feature gifts for everyone.'
Proceeds support programs
for the mentally impaired at
the Jewish Center.

* * *

HELEN ROSENBERG
CANCER FIGHTERS,
* * *
City of Hope, will have a
SHARON GROUP, general meeting noon Mon-
Hadassah, will have its day in the Laurel Woods
opening meeting noon Apts. club house. There will
Tuesday in the Knob-in- be a fashion show and City
the-Woods Apts. club house. of Hope movie. Luncheon
Donna Sklar will review will be served.
* * *
"From Generation to Gen-
ARBOR
SPRING
eration" by Arthur
Women's
CHAPTER,
Kurzweil. There is a charge
for luncheon. For reserva- American ORT, will have a
tions by today, call Goldie fund-raising evening of
Levin, 357-5508; or Fran holiday shopping at the
Children's Bookshop in
Elson, 642-3281.
Applegate
Square 6-9 p.m.
* * *
Tuesday. A portion of all
CLUB ONE, Pioneer sales will benefit ORT proj-
Women/ Naamat, will meet ects. The public is invited.
noon Tuesday in the Kris- For information, call Nancy
ten Towers, 25900 Green- Liefer, 661-5028.
field. Suite 205E, Oak Park.
* * *
Shulamith Heit and Leah
CHANA
CZENESH
Drachler will serve a special
luncheon in honor of mother CHAPTER,PiOneer
Chana Michlin's 85th Women/Naamat, will meet
birthday. For details, call noon Monday in the Lincoln
Mrs. Michlin, 968-5351; or Towers Apts. club room.
Council President Lee
Mrs. Heit, 968-0983.
Wagman will report on the
national convention in Bal-
GLUCK timore. Guests are welcome.
FANNIE
American
CHAPTER,
* * *
Mizrachi Women, will hold
SHOSHANIM
CHAP-
a regular meeting noon
Pioneer
Women/
TER,
Monday in the Northgate
East Apts. club house. Naamat, will hold a mem-
Donor reports will be read bership tea 7:30 p.m. Mon-
and plans for the Nov. 7 vic- day in the home of Ellen
tory luncheon at the Carlyle Solomon, 20621 Southome,
Towers Apts. club house Southfield. A magician -
ventriloquist will be fea-
will be discussed.
tured. For details, call Ms.
Solomon, 356-1087.

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Branch,
Michigan
Women's League for Con-
servative Judaism, will
hold a Torah Study Day Oct.
31, beginning at 10 a.m., at
Cong. Beth Achim. Ruth
Fagen, a talmudist from the
Jewish Theological Semi-
nary will speak on "The
Family Through the Eyes of
the Bible and the Rabbis."
Ms. Fagen is a doctoral
candidate in the Talmud
department at the JTS. She
received her Bachelor of
Arts degree in political sci-
ence from the University of
Chicago and a Master of
Arts degree in Talmud and
Rabbinics from the JTS in
Jerusalem.
The 200,000 women who
comprise Women's League
support the seminary
through an annual Torah
Fund-Residence Halls
Campaign. This Torah
Study Day is part of the
Outreach Program of the
seminary to those women

who contribute almost one-
third of the monies to the
seminary budget and main-
tain the two residence halls
that provide a campus
environment.
This program is open to
all Conservative sister-
hood members. Branch
President is Rena Tobes
of Cong. Bnai Moshe,
chairman of the day is
Martha Oleinick of Cong.
Beth Israel, Ann Arbor.
Local arrangements
chairman is Lottie Par-
tovich of Cong. Beth
Achim.
There is a minimal dona-
tion for brunch. For infor-
mation, call Mrs. Tobes,
569-4071.

Women Form
Career Chapter

Region,
Michigan
Women's American ORT, is
forming a new career chap-
ter, catering to the special
needs, time schedules and
interests of the career-
minded woman.
For information, call the
ORT office, 355-9151: or
Maxine Rotenberg, 559-
5846.

Judge Elected

Judge Barry M. Grant,
Oakland County Probate
Judge, has been elected as
the presiding judge on the
board of directors of the
Michigan Probate and
Juvenile Court Judges
Association.

EARLY
DEADLINE

The Jewish News will
have early deadlines for
the issue of Nov. 11, Vete-
rans' Day, a postal holi-
day.
The early deadlines will
be: local news, noon Fri-
day, Nov. 4; display adver-
tising, 3 p.m. Friday, Nov.
4; classified display, 2:30
p.m. Monday, Nov. 7; and
regular classified, noon
Tuesday, Nov. 8.
The issue of Nov. 11 will
be mailed early and should
be delivered by the post
office on Thursday, Nov.
10. The Jewish News
offices will be open on Fri-
day, Nov. 11.

Name Chairman

YOUTH DIRECTOR
WANTED

NEW YORK — Rosalie
K. Gerson, of Philadelphia,
has been named national
chairman of the Women's
Division of State of Israel
Bonds.

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Kresch, 399-1505.

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