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October 26, 1984 - Image 57

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-10-26

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Friday, October 26, 1984


fessional service organizations,
by Rabbi Gruskin, or by a caring
75 neighbor.

Cooperative Council is com-
prised of the following service
organizations: Detroit Women of
Alpha Omega, Aesculapian
Pharmaceutical Association Aux-
iliary, Women's Bicur Cholem,
David-Horodoker Women's
Organization, Infant's Service
Group, Jewish War Veterans
Auxiliary, Northwest Child Re-
scue Women, Maimonides
Women's Medical Society Auxil-
iary, Primrose Benevolent Club
and Zedakah Club.

All these service organizations
service the needy, from infant's
needs to the aged, as well as the
retarded. Each case is checked
with the Council's case clearance
chairman who checks with the
Jewish Family Service to avoid
duplication. Cooperative Council
meets with case workers of
member organizations on the first
Thursday of each month to discuss
cases. All clients' cases are held in
strict confidence. Chairman of
Cooperative Council is Mrs. Gus-
sie Zuckerstein. President of the
League of Jewish Women's
Organizations is Mrs. Marjorie

Biomedical ethics topic of NCJW

Rabbi Norman Roman of Tem-
ple Beth El; Dr. Morris Brown, di-
rector Critical Care Services,
Sinai Hospital; Edward Goldman,
hospital attorney, University of
Michigan Hospital, will explore
the social, economic, and moral is-
sues raised by the ability of sci-
ence to create and prolong life at
an education meeting of National
Council of Jewish Women,
Greater Detroit Section, on Nov. 8
at 12:15 p.m. at the NCJW offices,
Cranbrook Office Center N.,
30233 Southfield Road, Suite 100,

Members will be admitted at no
charge. Non-members will be as-
sessed a nominal fee applicable
towards membership. Reserva-
tions are requested. For informa-
tion, call the NCJW offices, 258-
President is Sandra Leshman.
Education chairman is Judy
Marx. Vice President is Joyce So-
sin. Committee members are
Gerry Pasternak, Anaruth Ber-
nard, Peggy Frank and Sue Pon-

Women's Institute Day Thursday

Several hundred women will
gather at the Maple-Drake
Jewish Community Center on
Thursday to meet with author and
national Jewish leader Rabbi
Harold M. Schulweis, guest
speaker on behalf of the Jewish
Welfare Federation Women's Di-
vision 37th annual Institute Day.

Conservative women
to have study day

The program, which runs from
9:15 a.m. to 2 p.m., is entitled
"The Delicate Balance —
Woman's Opportunities and Re-
sponsibilities" and will explore is-
sues dealng with woman's per-
ceived role in the home and her
opportunities in the community.
Rabbi Schulwies serves Valley
Beth Shalom congregation in
Encino, Calif., and is a frequent
contributor to magazines and
literary works.
For reservations, contact the
Women's Division, 965-3939.

Arms, disarmament
Women's Division
breakfast topic

Dr. Neil Gillman

The Michigan Branch of the
Women's League for Conserva-
tive Judaism will sponsor a
state-wide. Torah Study Day on
Wednesday at Cong. B'nai Moshe.
Guest speaker is Dr. Neil
Gillman, associate provost of the
Jewish Theological Seminary. All
sisterhood members in the state
are invited. Reservations are re-
Chairman of the day is Marjorie
Saulson. President of the Michi-
gan Branch is Judith Joseph.
For information, contact Judith
Ahronheim, 1-973-6208.

The Jewish Welfare Federation
Women's "First Monday Group"
series continues with its second
program, "Dialogue on Arms and
Disarmament," at 8:30 a.m. Nov.
5 at the main United Hebrew
Schools building. Breakfast will
be served.
Leading the discussion on dis-
armament will be Miles Jaffe, at-
torney and national board
member of the American Jewish
Committee; and Dr. Arthur Van-
der, professor at the University of
Michigan Medical School and
associate chairman of Physicians
for Social Responsibility.
Chairman of the series is Caro-
lyn Greenberg; associate chair-
men are Helen Shevin and Pam
Opperer. There is no charge for
the meeting, but reservations are
recommended. For information
and reservations, contact Federa-
tion's Women's Division, 965-

Clark Family Players
Continuous Performance By Clowns
Free Prizes

Socks, tights and sweats are now in


Color the clown contest. No purchase necessary.
Details and entry available at the store.

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