Friday, November 9, 1984
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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BETH ACHIM SISTERHOOD
will hold a Lunch and Learn pro-
gram on Nov. 19 at the syna-
gogue. Claire Arm and Millie
• Rosenbaum will speak on the
"Singles Saga: a Major Jewish
Concern." Coffee and registration
will be at 10:15 a.m. The lecture
will be presented at 10:30 a.m.,
followed by luncheon. The lecture
is free. There is a nominal charge
for the luncheon. Guests are in-
vited. For information, contact
Marsha Auslander, education
SHALOM GROUP, Hadassah,
will sponsor a Chanukah bazaar
on Nov. 27 at the main United
Hebrew Schools Building. Hours
are 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. It is open to
the public. Toys, gifts, clothing,
computer software, jewelry and
many other items will be fea-
tured. For information, contact
Lauren Bruss, 557-5679.
at 8 p.m. at the Huntington Woods
Recreational Center, 26325
Scotia, Huntington Woods. The
admission fee includes hors
d'oeuvres, wine, desserts, prizes
and the opportunity to bid on
more than 60 auction items and
services. For information, contact
Judy Nolish, 541-1911.
CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women/
Naamat, will have a social and
Histadrut meeting on Monday at
11:30 a.m. at the Kristen Towers,
25900 Greenfield, Suite 205E,
Oak Park. Ben Harold will be the
guest speaker. Brunch will be
sponsored by D_ora Fink. Friends
WOMEN'S BICUR CHOLEM
ORGANIZATION will hold a
regular meeting noon Nov. 19 in
the home of Frances Brown, 2271
Essex Way, Southfield. A social
will follow the meeting.
Women's American ORT, will
have a fund raiser from 7 to 9 p.m.
Tuesday at the Kiddie Land store,
West Bloomfield. A total of ten
percent of the proceeds from the
evening's sales will go to the Los
Angeles ORT Technical Institute.
Checks for purchases made that
evening should be made payable
to Women's American ORT.
Martha Griffiths receives award
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YOUNG ISRAEL SISTER-
HOOD will hold its paid-up
membership meeting on Wednes-
day at 8:30 p.m. at Young Israel of
Oak-Woods. Betty Starkman,
genealogist and past president
and founder of the Genealogical
Branch of the Michigan Jewish
Historical Society, will speak on
"How to Trace Our Family Roots."
Buffett_ dessert will be served.
Prospective members are invited.
HANITA CHAPTER, Pioneer
have its annual.harvest luncheon
on Tuesday at noon at the Kristen
Towers, 25900 Greenfield, Suite
205 E., Oak Park. Henry Faigin
will review The Haj by Leon Uris.
Chairman of the day will be Syl-
via Baum. There is a charge.
Luncheon will be served. Guests
are welcome. For information,
call Adeline Salinger, 626-8676.
BETH SHALOM SISTER-
HOOD will meet 8 p.m. Nov. 19 in
the synagogue. The meeting will
feature a talk and slide presenta-
tion by Diane and Sol Colton on
"The Jewish Treasures of
Prague." Dessert and coffee will
be served. Everyone is welcome.
B'NAI DAVID SISTERHOOD
will have its annual paid-up
membership dinner at 6 p.m. Nov.
26 in Rotenberg Hall of the syna-
gogue. Admission is free to paid-
up members. Jeannie Weiner will
give a slide presentation entitled,
"Personal Encounter With Re-
fuseniks in Russia." For reserva-
tions, call Pat Shanbom, 626-
8515; or the synagogue office,
Women's American ORT, will
have a holiday gift bazaar noon-5
p.m. Sunday at the Beech Woods
Recreation Center, 22200 Beech,
Southfield. Gift items to be sold
are: jewelry, purses, stationery,
personalized items, toys, sweat-
suits, books and more. For infor-
mation, call Janet Epstein, 661-
GROUP, Hadassah, will have its
Chanukah Plus auction on Dec. 1
Shown at the recent Israel Bond Eleanor Roosevelt Centennial Dinner
honoring Lt. Gov. Martha Griffiths are, standing, from left: Rabbi
Irwin Groner, D. Dan Kahn, Ivan Bloch, David B. Hermelin, Gov.
James Blanchard, Menahem Savidor and Cantor Max Shimansky.
Seated, from left, are: Leypsa Groner, Doreen Hermelin, Betty Kahn,
Emma Schaver, Lt. Gov. Griffiths, Faylene Curtis and Linda Bloch.
Lt. Gov. Martha Griffiths re-
ceived the Eleanor Roosevelt Cen-
tennial Award at a dinner honor-
ing her sponsored by Metropoli-
tan Detroit's Israel Bond Organ-
ization. More than 200 guests
purchased a minimum of $1,000
The event, held at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek, was part of a
year-long nation-wide tribute by
the organization to outstanding
women of achievement in the
fields of government, business,
the professions, civic and cultural
endeavors, under the umbrella of
the 100th birthday anniversary of
Eleanor Roosevelt, an early and
staunch supporter of the Israel
Emma Lazaroff Schaver,
Detroit-area communal leader
and national committee honorary
member, presented the Centen-
nial Award to Lt. Gov. Griffiths, a
replica of a gold and pearl brooch
worn frequently by Mrs.
Roosevelt, "in recognition of Mrs.
Griffiths' high achievements and
her dedication to ideals that were
so close to Eleanor Roosevelt's
Participating in the dinner pro-
gram were Gov. James Blan-
chard; guest speaker Menahem
Savidor, speaker of the 10th knes-
set; Rabbi Irwin Groner of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek and Cantor Max
Shimansky of Cong. Beth Achim.
Representing Israel Bonds were
David B. Hermelin, national
campaign chairman; Ivan Bloch,
national chairman of special proj-
ects; D. Dan Kahn, Detroit gen-
eral chairman; Doreen Hermelin,
Detroit Women's Division chair-
man and Linda Bloch.
Dinner co-chairmen were Mr.
and Mrs. Bloch and Mr. and Mrs.
group for women
The Beacon Square Women's
Study Group meets each Saturday
at 4 p.m. in the home of group
members. The topic is the weekly
Torah reading, its relevance to
the present with emphasis on how
it pertains to women.
Prior knowledge of Hebrew or
Torah is not necessary. The class
is one-half hour followed by dis-
cussion and refreshments. It will
be taught by Jocelyn Ruth
Krieger with a guest speaker or
rabbi each month.
Admission is free. The group
will meet at 4 p.m. Saturday in
the home of Mrs. Krieger, 20870
Winchester Dr., Southfield. Mrs.
Krieger will speak on "Living
Today as Sarah Our Mother."
Women within walking distance
are invited. For information, call
Mrs. Krieger, 354-3149.