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October 04, 1985 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-10-04

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38 Friday, October 4, 1985

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CONG. SHAAREY ZEDEK
SISTERHOOD will inaugurate
its Sisterhood P.M. program
with a presentation entitled,
"What Do I Do With The
Shmatta In My Closet," at 7:45
p.m. Oct. 21. The evening will
feature a discussion of wardrobe
updating and accessorizing,
featuring: Sue Lasser, Roseanne
Schlussel and Marjorie
Stearns-Krevsky. The event will
be held at the home of Sister-
hood President Helene Cherrin.
Sisterhood P.M. was developed
and designed for all sisterhood
members and particularly for
those who, for career or family
reasons, are unable to attend
sisterhood's daytime programs
but wish to become involved in
synagogue activities. Faye
Ullman is Sisterhood P.M.
chairman.
A series of programs has been
planned, with additional meet-
ing dates set for January 20 and
April 7. All sisterhood members
are invited. There is a fee for
guests. Refreshments will be
served.
For information or reserva-
tions, contact Beverly Bennett,
851-2643; or Miriam Goldberg,
352-0527.

ISRAEL CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women /Naamat, will hold its
first meeting of the season on
Oct. 12 at 12:30 p.m. at the
Franklin Park Towers club
house. A petite luncheon will be
served.
Mrs. Frita Roth Drapkin,
author, artist, raconteur and
entertainer, will present a pro-
gram entitled "A Tanta Is Not a
Madame!" Guests and prospec-
tive members are invited. There
is a nominal charge. Members
and guests planning to attend
should call Fan Bunin, 646-
5337.

B'NAI ISRAEL OF WEST
BLOOMFIELD SISTER-
HOOD will meet at 8 p.m. Oct.
15 at the synagogue. Peter
Vlcko, a former cavalry officer
in the Czechoslovakian army,
will speak on his novel, In the
Shadow of Tyranny. Admission
is free, and all are invited. Re-
freshments will follow.

TEMPLE EMANU-EL SIS-
TERHOOD will have its open-
ing luncheon of the season at
noon Oct. 14 in the temple's
Esther Katzmann Social Hall.
The Michigan Opera Theater
will present the one act opera,
The Telephone. Reservations are
due by Monday. There is a fee
for non-members. Baby-sitting
will be available by reservation
at a nominal fee. For baby-sitter
reservations, call Esther Be-
nson, 548-9241. For reserva-
tions, write Bea Rothschild and
Adela Gold, 2685 Middlebury
Ln., Birthingham 48010.

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PRIMROSE BENEVOLENT
CLUB will nieet noon Wednes-
day at the Lincoln Towers Apts.
club house. Reports on the 51st
annual donor, to be held noon
Oct. 29 to Cong. Beth Achim,
will be read; For reservations,
call Rose Bricker, 642-0172;
. . Fay

Terebelo, 967-3834; or Eva
Maister, 533-5238.

BETH ACHIM SISTERHOOD
will hold its first Learn and
Lunch program entitled, "All
About Women," on Oct. 14 at 10
a.m. at the synagogue. Guest
speaker will be Dr. Leon Lucas,
professor emeritus, Wayne State
University. Dr. Lucas will speak
on "Strengthening the Family."
Coffee and registration will
begin at 10 a.m. The lecture will
be held at 10:30 a.m., followed
by lunch. There is no charge for
coffee and lecture. There is a
nominal charge for lunch. For
reservations, contact Marsha
Auslander, education chairman,
355-2666.

ORCHARD HILLS CHAP-
TER, Women's American ORT,
will hold a membership tea on
Oct. 16 at 7 p.m. at Bloomfield
on the Green in West Bloom-
field. A gourmet dinner will be
followed with a hair and cosme-
tic presentation by Daniel Har-
ris of Emile Salon in Southfield.
Harris will perform a makeover
on one of the guests. Orchard
Hills, a new chapter in the West
Bloomfield /Farmington Hills
area, welcomes new members.
There is an admission fee. For
information and reservations,
call Carol Weberman, 851-2737;
or Susan Tobin, 681-9318.

EVERGREEN
GROUP,
Hadassah, will have a paid-up
membership potluck inner at
6:30 p.m. Wednesday at the
Franklin Pointe Apts. club
house. Prospective members are
invited as guests of the group.
For information, call Marion
Scheiman, 626-4568; or Delores
Wolff, 353-4146.

Pioneer Women
Donor Is Planned

A New York City actress, who
is the grandniece of the late Is-
raeli Prime Minister, Golds
Meir, will be the featured per-
former at the 60th anniversary
donor luncheon of the Greater
Detroit Council of Pioneer
Women.
The special event will be held
at noon Nov. 3 at Adat Shalom
Synagogue.
Actress Alice Golembo has
performed on stage with such
stars as Gene Hackman, Joan
Fontaine and Alexis Smith. She
lived with her great-aunt at the
prime minister's residence in
Jerusalem during the early
1970s.
Ms. Golembo's luncheon per
formance will include her per-
sonal insights on Golds Meir
and readings from the Broadway
play Golda, in which she was a
cast member and served as con-
sultant. Her appearance is ar-
ranged through the JWB Lec-
ture Bureau of New York City,
The anniversary luncheon will
honor founding members.
Reservations are required. For
reservations, call Pioneer
Women /Natunat i 967 4750, 4

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