Friday, November 16, 1984 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Camp Michigama Reunion
In honor of Micky Fishman's 65th birthday. Friday, Nov.
23rd, 1984 8 P. M. at Lathrup Village Municipal Building.
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the American Zionist Federation
and is a _ past national vice
president of Hadassah. She also is
the recipient of the Tower of
Fannie Rosenblat will give the
invocation. Shirley Kraft is vice
president and chairman of fund
raising. Ann Wohl, vice president
and program chairman, is chair-
man of the day. Coffee and cake
will be served. For information,
call the JNF, 557-6644.
for women's group
The Jewish Welfare Federation
Women's Division "First Mon-
day" series concludes with its
third program, "Disarmament:
The Jewish Ethical Approach," at
8:30 a.m. Dec. 3 at the main
United Hebrew Schools building.
Breakfast is included.
Leading the discussion on dis-
armament will be Rabbi Sherwin
Wine of the Birmingham Temple.
Carolyn Greenberg is chairman
of the series; Helen Shevin and
Pam Opperer are associate
chairmen. There is no charge for
the meeting, but reservations are
recommended. For information,
contact the Women's Division,
sections to tour
The Kadima ($365) and Pre-
Campaign ($700) sections of the
Allied Jewish Campaign
Women's Division will sponsor a
tour of the Holocaust Memorial
Center on Monday. Following the
9:30 a.m. tour, brunch will be
served and Lawrence S. Jackier,
vice president of the HMC, will
address the group on behalf of the
Annie Cohen is chairman of the
Kadima Section; Ellen Bean is
chairman of the Pre-Campaign
For information, contact Fed-
eration's Women's Division, 965-
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LITE YEARS AHEAD.
Sinai Hospital of Detroit will
present a free lecture, "Looking at
the Facts: What to Expect from
Cataract Surgery," at 7:30 p.m.
Nov. 29 in Sinai's Zuckerman Au-
Moderator Dr. Sheldon Stern of
Sinai's ophthalmology depart-
ment, will describe inpatient and
outpatient procedures associated
with cataract surgery. A panel of
experts — Dr. Susan Thorns, Dr.
Robert Clark, Dr. Jeffrey Katz,
and Dr. Robert Gans — will re-
spond 'to questions.
Free parking will be available
in the Shapero School of Nursing
parking lot. For information, call
Sinai's urban resources depart-