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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-10-19

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Friday, October 19, 1984

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will be held on Wednesday at the
Zionist Cultural center at 7:45
p.m. The Dolls for Democracy
Program will be presented by
Dorothy Mills following the meet-
ing. President Esther Applebaum
announces a New Year's Eve Ball,
jointly sponsored by the B'nai
B'rith Women and B'nai B'rith
Men's Councils, will be held Dec.
31 at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Chairman is Bobbie Levine. For
information, contact the B'nai
B'rith Women's Council office,
552-8150; or the B'nai B'rith
Men's Council office, 552-8177.

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joined by the Adat Shalom Men's
Club at a debate between Daniel
Murphy and Johannes Spreen,
candidates for Oakland County
executive, slated to take place at
9:30 a.m. Sunday at Adat Shalom
Synagogue. Moderators will be
Tom Walsh of the Detroit Free
Press, Tim Richard of the
Observer-Eccentric and Bob
Roach of The Detroit News. Ad-
mission fee includes brunch. For
information and reservations, call
Gordon Gold, 963-9625.

HUNTINGTON WOODS
CHAPTER will have a general

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meeting at 7:30 p.m. Monday in
the home of Linda Goldman,
23541 Gardner, Oak Park. A
speaker from Providence Hospital
will present a program on stress
management. Prospective mem-
bers are welcome. Admission is
free. Refreshments will follow.
For reservations, call Ms.
Goldman, 399-1108. For trans-
portation, call Marlene Snell,
548-2738.

will speak on "Jewish Contribu-
tions to the United States." Re-
freshments will be served follow-
ing the meeting. Reservations for
"The Precious Legacy" exhibit at
the Detroit Institue of Arts will be
taken at the meeting. For infor-
mation, contact Marcella Roth,
356-6378.
ACCOUNTANTS UNIT is still
taking reservations for its third
annual all-day seminar for con-
tinuing professional education
credit slated to take place Thurs-
day at Adat Shalom Synagogue.
Registration will begin at 8 a.m.
and the seminar will begin at 8:30
a.m.
Luncheon will be served. There
is a fee. For details, call Iry Yellin,
353-6966; or Charles Kaye, 540-
7766.

directed by Miriam Sachs. There
is a nominal charge. Reservations
are required. For reservations,
call Mine Perlstein, 968-2896; or -1
Gussie Zuckerstein, 355-4072.

DETROIT CHAPTER will have

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CHAPTER will hold its next,-

a luncheon, meeting and program
on Wednesday at noon in the Sut-
ton Place Apts. club house. The
speaker for the day is Mrs. Linda
Garfield, past president, Couplets
Unit of B'nai B'rith and current
chairman of East Central Region
of BBWomen. Following her talk
will be a musicale, written and

LOUIS D. BRANDEIS CHAP-
TER will hold a regular meeting

on Wednesday at Knob-in-the-
Woods Apts. club house. Brunch _
will be served at 11:30 a.m. (new
time) at a nominal charge..
President Esther Sherr invites
friends. Program chairman Eve-
lyn Berger announces the
Southfield-Lathrup Madrigal
singers and choraliers, under the
direction of David Jorlett, accom-
panied by Rose Paulus, will
entertain. Reservations are bein[5 .
taken by Betty Stewart, 557-
3117; and Rose Pogats, 967-4068.

general meeting at 8 p.m. Monday
at the Maple House, 3611 W
Maple, Birmingham. A local spa
representative will give a pre-
sentation on "Designs for Fall."
Guests are welcome. For informa-
tion, call Liz Droz, 626-1082; or
Lorene Rosner, 553-7658.

BBWomen slate mission to Israel

B'nai B'rith Women's Council
President Esther Applebaum in-
vites B'nai B'rith Women mem-
bers, their families and friends to
participate March 3-17, 1985, on
the BBW mission to Israel.
The tour offers the opportunity
to travel the country and to spend
Purim with the boys at the B'nai
B'rith Women's Children's Home
in Jerusalem. Mission members
will also have the opportunity to
learn about the BBW Arab-

Jewish Project during a visit to
the Hebrew University of )
Jerusalem. BBW International
President Beverly Davis of New__
York will lead the mission.
Tour participants also ma.,
choose to take advantage of their
stay in the Middle East by par-
ticipating in an extension to
Egypt, scheduled for March 17-21.
. For information, call the B'nai
B'rith Women's Council office -
552-8150.

LOUIS MARSHALL CHAP-
TER will hold a luncheon meet-

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ing on Thursday at noon at the
Zionist Cultural Center. There is
a nominal charge for lunch. Jean-
nie Weiner, vice president of B'nai
B'rith Women's Council and on
the board of the Detroit Soviet
Jewry Committee of the Jewish
Community Council, will present
a lecture-slide presentation on
her recent visit to the Soviet
Union entitled, "Close Encounter
with Soviet Refuseniks."
President Jennie Kent invites
guests. For information, contact
Eileen Israel, 968-0569.

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will hold a special meeting,
Thursday at 8:30 p.m. at the
Jewish War Veterans Memorial
Home. Dr. Edward Barton,
neurologist at Providence Hospi-
tal, will talk about "Diagnosis and
Treatment of Diseases of the
Nervous System." There will be a
question and answer period. Re-
freshments will be served. Wives
and friends are invited.

ISRAEL CHAPTER invites

families and friends to join the
chapter at its next general meet-
ing on Tuesday at 8:15 p.m. in the
lower meeting room McDonnell
Towers, 24400 Civic Center Dr.,
Southfield.
Rabbi Allan Blustein, a chap-

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LOCAL NEWS

Yeshivat Akiva adds to faculty

Rabbi Shmuel Lopin, principal,
and Barry Eisenberg, president,
announce a number of new faculty
appointments at Yeshivat Akiva.
Enrollment this year resulted
in the addition of a second section
to the first grade. Mrs. Anita
Millman, a graduate of Wayne
State University who holds a
master's degree from Oakland
University, will teach grade one
general studies and Mrs. Renee
Kresch will teach the Judaic
studies. Mrs. Kresch majored in
education at Touro College and
attended Midrasha Seminary in
Israel.
Robert Furca, a specialist in de-
veloping and implementing micro
computer curriculum in the Oak
Park school district, will teach in-
troduction to computers for stu-
dents in grade nine.
The pre-school program has
added Mrs. Esther Sherizen and
Mrs. Simcha State. Mrs. Sherizen
received her B.A. degree from
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attended Gratz College it
Philadelphia. Mrs. State received
her degree from Teachers Insti-
tute of Yeshiva University and
has many years experience in
early childhood and nursery
school.
Mrs. Karen Weidl, who majored .,
in political and social science a:::
Western Michigan University, 1
will teach American history and
geography to seventh and eighth
graders.

Mrs. Margaret Dalhaus, a 14- L'
year veteran in teaching high
school science, chemistry ane.,
math, will teach chemistry and
algebra at Akiva this year. Sh6"
received both bachelor and mas-
ter's degrees from Illinois State
University.

Mrs. Roberta Zoli, an English
major with a master's degree
speech communication from
Wayne State University, will -
teach English in grades seven,

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