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September 12, 1986 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-09-12

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FOR WOMEN

AVODAH - CHAI
BRANDEIS CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women/Naamat, will
hold a regular luncheon
meeting on Monday at noon
at the Whitehall Apts. club
house. Guest speaker will be
Dr. Ernest Gaynes, director
of research at Service Re-
habilitation Institute. His
topic will be The Mature
Eyes." Friends and guests are
welcome.

HARMONY CHAPTER,
Women's American ORT, will
meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday
in the home of Kathy
Gaynor, 33834 York Ridge,
Farmington Hills. Tuvia
Gross, an ORT teacher from
Kiryat Bialik, Israel, will be
the guest speaker. New, old,
and prospective members are
welcome. Admission is free.
For directions and details,
call Ronni Tischler, 661-0907;
or Ms. Gaynor, 661-0879.

HANITA
CHAPTER,
Naamat USA, will meet at
noon Sept. 23 in the Naamat
meeting room in the Kristen
Towers, 25900 Greenfield,
Suite 205E, Oak Park, an-
nounces President Esther
Klein. Ann Kaplan, president
of the Greater Detroit Coun-
cil of Naamat USA, will show
slides and speak on Naamat
installations in Israel and
explain "Where Our Money
Goes." Guests are welcome.

TROY JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION SISTERHOOD,
will hold a Welcome Back
Open House at 7:30 p.m.
Monday in the home of Mar-
guerite Winer, Troy. The
evening will include a talk by
Gloria Chadwich on "Tradi-
tions and Treats of the High
Holy Days." For reservations
and information, call Nancy
Gross, 879-7507.

BLOOMFIELD HILLS
GROUP, Hadassah, will
meet at Walter Herz Inter-
iors, Inc., 350 Pierce Street,
Birmingham, on Tuesday.
The program will be "New
Trends in Home Furnishings
by Top Designers." There is
no charge and reservations
can be made by calling:
Zelma Sussman, 626-2767 or
Estelle Gubow, 540-0674.

SHARON AND MASADA
GROUPS, Hadassah, will
hold their opening paid-up
membership luncheon-
meeting at noon Tuesday at
the Hadassah House, 5030
Orchard Lake Rd., West
Bloomfield, announced Sha-
ron Group President Beverly
Cohen and Masada Group
Co-Presidents Paulette Bonin
and Nita Lichtenstein. Com-
plimentary luncheon will be
served for paid-up members,
life members and associates.
Esther Dresser (Sharon)
and Irma Katchke (Masada),
program vice presidents, an-
nounce Larry Korn, host of
the "Ask the Lawyer" of
WXYT radio, will speak.

Guests are welcome at a
nominal fee (applicable to
dues). For reservations, call
Frances Perlmuter, 357-0415;
Martha Goodman, 569-1428;
Alma Yaffee, 353-7820; or
Bess Berlin, 353-6943.

DAVID-HORODOKER
WOMEN'S ORGANIZA-
TION will meet at noon
Tuesday at the MCL Restau-
rant in the Tel-12 Mall.
President Mrs. Harry
Hochman announces that
Mrs. Bernard Chase will be
chairman of the day. Mrs.
Moses Lehrman will give the
invocation. Entertainment for
the donor luncheon will be
provided by Sylvia Hallibur-
ton and Lillian Freedlander..
For tickets and information,
call Mrs. Anna Komisar,
557-9425.

YOUNG ISRAEL SISTER-
HOOD will hold its opening
meeting on Wednesday at 8
p.m. at Young Israel of
Oak-Woods, 24061 Coolidge
Hwy., Oak Park. The pro-
gram will feature the "Festi-
val Dancers," under the di-
rection of Harriet Berg. Re-
freshments will be served.
Friends are invited. For in-
formation, contact Bessie
Mittleman, 557-5234.

CITY OF HOPE HELEN
ROSENBERG CANCER
FIGHTERS will hold their
first general meeting of the
year on Monday at 8 p.m. at
the Laurel Woods Apts. club
house in Southfield. The pro-
gram for the evening will
focus on getting closets or-
ganized. Refreshments will be
served. New members and
guests. are welcome.

Naamat Council
Has Open House

Ann Kaplan, president of
the Greater Detroit Council,
Naamat USA, announced
that there will be a Naamat
membership open house on
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in
the Southfield Civic Center
Auditorium, 26000 Ever-
green, Southfield.
The guest speaker will be
Dr. Jacqueline Zeff, dean of
science and arts at Mercy
College, Detroit, and Naamat
Midwest area state watch
chairman. There will also be
a fashion show.
Dorothy Tendler, vice
president of membership, is
in charge of the program.
There is no charge, and
guests are welcome.

Remember the
1 lth Commandment:

"And Thou
Shalt be
Informed"

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To order your
own subscription
call 354-6060.

Attend Meeting

Delegates from the Greater
Detroit Chapter of Hadassah
who attended the 72nd
Hadassah Convention re-
cently held in Miami Beach,
Fla., were: Lorraine Knop-
pow, Wendy Breshgold, Mari-
lyn Pickover, Maxine Steiner,
Marilyn Ash, Phyllis Subar,
Annette Meskin and Chapter
President, Susan Yorke.

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