80 Friday, October 18, 1985
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OPEN LATE THURS. & FRI. EVES.
WOMEN'S BICUR CHOLEM
ORGANIZATION will hold a
regular business meeting at
11:30. a.m. Monday at M.C.L.
Pioneer Women/Naamat, will
have a toy demonstration-fund
raiser at 7:30 p.m. Monday in
the home of Amy Robins, 30954
Hunters Whip, Farmington
Hills. 'Guests are welcome. For
information, call -Ms. Robins,
661-5164; or Nancee Davis-
CLUB will, meet noon Monday
at the Lincoln Towers Apts. club
house. Final plans for the 51st
annual donor luncheon to be
held at noon Oct. 29 at Cong. BUSINESS AND PROFES-
Beth Achim will be discussed. SIONAL BRANCH, National
Program chairman Helen Council 'of Jewish Women, will
Greenberg announces meet at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the
entertainment will be provided NCJW offices, 30233 Southfield,
by the Continentals. Prizes will Suite 100, Southfierd. Elaine
be awarded by chairmen Estelle Broder and Thomas . Taylor will
Alter, Ruth Alter and Esther present a program on "Negotiat-
ing and Resolving Family Con-
flict Through Mediation." Wine
DIMONA CHAPTER, Pioneer and cheese will be served. There'
Women/Naamat, will meet at is a fee for non-members. For in-
noon Tuesday in the home of formation, call NCJW, 258-6000.
Betty Rath, 29021 Ramblewood,
Farmington Hills. Claire Arm TEMPLE BETH EL SIS-
and Millie Rosenbaum will de- TERHOOD will hold its second
scribe their Jewish dating serv- holiday bazaar at 10 a.m.. Oct.
ice, Lo-La. Billie Kramer is co- 27 at the 'temple. Among the
hostess. Guests are invited. For items to be available are
reservations, call Mrs. Rath, jewelry, hand-carved wood toys,
626-8372; or Mrs. Kramer, 626- adult and children's sweats,
0633. There is a charge for lingerie, gift baskets, gift acces-
sories for the home 'and more.
There is a nominal admission
charge. 'A snack bar will be
MASADA GROUP, Hadassah, available. For information, call
will have a paid-up membership Susan Lepler, 399-2150.
luncheon on Tuesday at noon at
Knob Woods club house. Guests WOMEN OF JEWISH NA-
are welcome at a nominal TIONAL FUND will launch
charge. Irma Katchke, vice their 56th annual donor cam-
president of program, announces paign at a meeting on Tuesday
the guest speaker will be-Rabbi . `at noon at Temple Etnanu-El.
Efry Spectre of Adat Shalom Shirley Kraft, vice president of
Synagogue. He will give an fund raising, announced that
"Update on Israel," an illustraed proceeds from the donor event
will go towards the women's
Reservations are being taken three-year commitment to estab-
by Helen Stebbins, 358-1747, lish a playground and picnic'
and Bess Berlin, 353-6943. area in Kiryat Shmoneh at a
Presidents Paulette Bonin, Nita cost of $250,000.
Lichtenstein and Alma Yaffee
Ruth Savage, vocalist, accom-
will honor new life members.
panied by' pianist, Lillian
Zellinan, will present a musical
NORTHWEST CHILD RE- potpourri of Yiddish and He-
SCUE WOMEN, Senior Group, brew songs.
The women's annual donor
will have a paid-up membership
luncheon on Oct. 31 at 11:30 will take place on Dec. 10 at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek. For reser-
a.m. at the Furniture Club,
vations call JNF, 557-6644. Ann
Southfield. Call chairmen Faye
Wohl will give the invocation at
Lafer, 355-3735; or Sarah
Keywell, 642-1451, by Monday the meeting and Sadie Goren
fon 1 reservations. The senior will be the chairman 'of the day.
Coffee and cake will be served.
group will have an open board
meeting on Nov. 7 at 11:30 a.m.
at the Laurel Woods club house,
BATYA CHAPTER, Amit
Women, will hold their annual
paid-up membership .dinner at
7:30 p.m. Tuesday in the home
of Lucille Ruby, 6090 Pickwood
Ct., West Bloomfield. For infor-
mation or- reservations, call An-.
dree Prostak, 569-7118; or Toby
32940 Middlebelt Road at 14 Mile
In The Broadway Plaza • Phone 855-1730
o Mors tO 8 p
CHAPTER, Pioneer Women/
Naamat, will hold a regular
luncheon meeting on Monday at
noon at the Whitehall Apts. club
house. Guest speaker will be
Rep. Maxine Berman, member
• of the Michigan House of Repre-
sentatives. Her topic will be
"Rent Control." Friends and
guests are welcome.
To Speak Here
What's a' nice Jewish girl like
Norma Gluckstern doing at a
610-bed maximum security
prison? The Business and Pro-
fessional Women of the Jewish
Welfare Federation will find out
at a dinner meeting Oct. 30.
Cocktails will be served at 6
p.m. at Hamilton Place.
As director. of the Patuxent
Institution in Maryland,
Gluckatern is responsible for
planning, policy r making,
budgeting and daily ,operations
of the maximum-security
facility. ' •
There is a charge for the eve-
ning and reservations are neces-
sary. For information, call Reva
Farenback, 965-3939. '