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May 16, 1986 - Image 77

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-05-16

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77

Hadassah Plays Tennis

Remember the
1 lth Commandment:

Warming up for the Hadassah tennis tournament are front row,
Annette Liberson; and back row, from lee: Barbara Gutman, Janice
Bloom, Mariann Cramer and Nadine Miller.

The seventh annual Hadassah
Women's Open Tennis Tourna-
ment is planned for June 3-5 at
the Franklin Racquet Club in
Southfield.
Annette Liberson and her
committee invite all area women
tennis players to participate.
There is an entry fee.
Hadassah will provide lunch on
June 3, continuous refreshments,

tennis shirts, balls and trophies.
The entry fees are tax deductible
and help support cardiovascular
research at Hadassah Hospital,
Jerusalem.
Entry forms are available at
many area racquet clubs and the
deadline is May 27. For informa-
tion, call the Hadassah office,
683-5030; or Mrs. Liberson, 335-
7941.

Harriet Jacobson, center, president of Michigan Region, Women's
American ORT , receives a check from Julie Fry of Bill Knapp's as part
of its community support program. Pictured with them are from left:
Mary Jean Raab, Gertrude Brainin and Ruth Rosenfeld.

Dor L'Dor Program Set

Dor L'Dor, (Generation to Gen-
eration), an intergenerational
music program, will be presented
to the community on May 29 at 7
p.m. at Adat Shalom Synagogue.
Participating in the musical
program will be the sixth grade
students of Day School and
seniors from the Jewish Commu-
nity Center Senior Adult Choir.
This program is patterned after
the 1982 Academy Award — and
Emmy Award-winning film,
Close Harmony. It is designed to
bridge the gap between genera-
tions through the universal lan-
guage of music, and through the

ongoing pen-pal program.
Dor L'Dor is co-sponsored by
the National Council of Jewish
Women, under the chairmanship
of Shelly Cooper; the Jewish
Community Center Senior Adult
Department under the guidance
of executive director Miriam
Sandweiss and program director
Judy Blustein; with the coopera-
tion of Amittai Rudaysky, Hillel
Day School, assistant principal.

Refreshments will be served
following the program. The com-
munity is invited. There is no
charge.

You've read the
five books of
Moses. Isn't it
time to try the
Fifty-Two Issues
of the Detroit
Jewish News? It
may not be
holy, but it's
weekly! And
such a bargain.
To order your
own subscription
call 354-6060.

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