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October 19, 1984 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-10-19

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Friday, Octobei 19, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

FOR WOMEN

JEWELRY
APPRAISALS

AT VERY REASONABLE RATES
CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT

ELEANOR ROOSESVELT
GROUP, Hadassah, will meet

1919

LAWRENCE M. ALLAN
President
GEMOLOGIST/DIAMONTOLOGIST

AWARDED CERTIFICATE BY GIA
IN GRADING & EVALUATION

7:45 p.m. Tuesday in the home of
Miriam Medow, 8507 Hendrie,
Huntington Woods. Stuart
Lockman, vice president of the
Michigan Advisory board and na-
tional commissioner of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith, will speak on "School
Prayer, Equal Access and Other
Issues Affecting the Jewish
Community." For information,
call Sonja Kass, 545-7843.

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Thurs. til 8:30, Sat. til 5

ADAT SHALOM SISTER-
HOOD will have a political forum

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OIL CHANGE

9:30 a.m. Monday in the
synagogue. Speakers are State
Representative Maxine Berman,
Vivian Smargon and State Sen.
Jack Faxon. Coffee will be served,
and a discussion and question and
answer period will follow. Admis-
sion is free. A babysitter will be
available. For information, call
the synagogue, 851-5100.

SHARONA

LIBERTY

CHAPTER,

Women's American ORT, will
have a general meeting at 8 p.m.
Thursday in the home of Sue
Boughton, 17056 George Wash-
ington, So-uthfield. Television
personality Betty Jean Rivkin
will speak on "Healthy Living."

TEMPLE EMANU-EL SIS-
TERHOOD will hold a meeting

at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in the tem-
ple social hall. Maxine Kronick,

the only woman -to receive the
B'nai B'rith Humanitarian of the
Year Award, will present a pro-
gram titled, "From the Shtet1(1
With Love." Admission is free and
spouses and the public are wel-
come. Refreshments will be
served following the meeting.

CITY OF HOPE HELEN
ROSENBERG CANCER
FIGHTERS will hold a general

meeting on Monday at noon for
lunch in the Laurel Woods Apts.
club house, 22200 W. 12 Mile,
Southfield. The guest speaker will
be Miriam Iwrey, a geriatric
counselor. Her topic will be "Ho w 7
to Advocate and Get Results." -

Couple wins ORT recognition

CHAPTER,

Pioneer Women/Naamat, will
hold its next regular meeting on
Thursday at 8 p.m. in the home of
Rosa Berger, 28327 Ridgebrook,
Farmington Hills, 553-9123. The
guest speaker will be State Repre-
sentative Joseph Forbes.

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American ORT, will have a mem-
bership tea for new and old mem-
bers on Monday at 8 p.m. in the
home of Lillian Nacmani, 17342
Jeanette, Southfield, announces
Gertrude Brainin, president.
Harriet Jacobson, president of the
Michigan Region of ORT, and
Nancy Wiener, section co-
ordinator, will be the featured
speakers. There will be a social
following the meeting. Guests are
welcome.

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TEMPLE ISRAEL SISTER-
HOOD'S A.M. Entertainment

... Jumbo Jet with all the luxury. In Flight Movies & First Class Service!

Breakfast and Book Review will
take place Monday in the temple.
Rabbi M. Robert Syme will dis-
cuss The Outsider by Howard
Fast. Breakfast is at 10 a.m. and
the review will begin at 11. There
is a charge. No reservations are
required.

BEACON SQUARE WOMEN'S
SHABBOS GROUP will meet at

99 9

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SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS
FOR GROUPS OF
20 OR MORE!

Hamilton, Miller,
Hudson & Fayne
TRAVEL CORPORATION

chat Torah luncheon at noon
Monday in the Kristen Towers,
25900 Greenfield, Oak Park. An
Israeli movie, featuring Frank
Sinatra, will be shown. There is a
nominal charge for the luncheon.

HOTEL PACKAGES AVAILABLE!

PACKAGES START AT $269.90

CALL: 557-5210 Or Your Favorite Travel Agent

4 p.m. Saturday in the home of
Jocelyn Ruth Krieger, 20870
Winchester Dr., Southfield. Mrs.
Krieger will speak on Parshas Be-
reshit "Woman — God's Master-
piece After His Rough Draft."
Women within walking distance
are invited.

B'NAI DAVID SISTERHOOD

will met at noon Monday in the
synagogue. Dr. Gail Berkove, who
with her family spent a year in
Japan where her husband Dr.
Lawrence was a visiting professor
of American literature at Rikkyo
University, will speak on "Living
Jewishly in Japan." There is a
nominal charge. Guests are wel-
come. For reservations, call
Eleanor Maness, 557-6269; Helen
Brown, 352-3035; or the
synagogue, 557-8210.

GOLDA MEIR CHAPTER,

Pioneer Women, will hold a Sim-

Suzie and Fred Walters

Suzie and Fred Walters will be
the honorees at the Michigan
Region of Women's American
ORT Capital Funds evening
slated to take place 8 p.m. Oct. 30
in the home of Dr. Arthur and
Rochelle Lieberman, 125 Martell,
Bloomfield Hills.
Mrs. Walters is a past president
of the Michigan Region and
Southwoods Chapter. A past
member of the national field ex-
pansion committee, she remains
active as special projects chair-
man. She also is involved with the
Friends of Multiple Sclerosis
Association.
Her husband is an accountant
and food broker. He is involved in
the National Food Brokers Asso-
ciation and Men's ORT. He is also
an active supporter of the Jewish
Welfare Federation and Israel
Bonds. They are members of
Temple Israel.
Guest speaker for the evening
will be Menachem Argov. Born in
Brazil, he made aliyab, with his
family when he was 6. He has
been principal of the ORT Com-
prehensive High School in Kiryat
Bialik since its inception in 1965.
A Capital Funds contribution be-
gins at $500 and Golden Circle be-
ings at $1000. Israel Bonds, stocks
and securities are accepted.
Capital Funds Co-Chairmen
are Mrs. Lieberman and Arlene
Barris. Golden Circle Chairman
is Molly Lapides. President of the
Michigan Region is Harriet

Jacobson, and chairman of the
executive committee is Ruth- , <
Rosenfeld.
Call the ORT office, 355-9151,
for reservations. Committee
members are: Lillian Beal, Janei-,
Berman, Dana Burnstein, Lil
Colman, Denise Diskin, Joanne -
Denn, Hortense Falk, Mary Lee
Fishman, Doreen Hermelin,
Francene Kaplan, Barbara Kroll,
Beverly Liss, Dorothy Rubin,
Shirley Saltzman, Lois Sandberg,
Dorothy Saperstein, Shelly
Schultz, Betty Silverfarb, Sonia _
Smith, Helen Stebbins, Sheri
Tanner, Mrs. Walters, Bette-
Waxman and Gussie Zuckerman.

ORT forms chapter
in West Bloomfield

Michigan Region, Women's
American ORT, is forming a new j
chapter in the West Bloomfield
area.
ORT is a worldwide system of
vocational and technical schools'_,
which trains today's Jewish youth
for tomorrow's occupations:
Anyone interested in jos:ming,
can attend the organization's
meeting Thursday at 8 p.m. in thy
home of Susan Tobin, 5447 Pond 1
Bluff Ct., West Bloomfield.
For information, call Ms. Tobin,
681-9318; or Maxine Rotenberg;
559-5846.

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