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October 17, 1986 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-10-17

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tennial Lodge, Cong. Beth
Abraham-Hillel and for sev-
eral years was a precinct
delegate in the Michigan
Democratic Party. He directs
an educational group called
the Committee for the Jewish
Idea. Drissman will speak on:
"Terrorism, A New Kind of
War on Jews and Civiliza-
tion." Dramatist Eva Meister
will perform.
The women's annual donor,
which will conclude their
fund raising campaign, will
take place on Dec. 9 at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek. Bess Glazier
will give the invocation at
Tuesday's meeting. Bess
Axelrod, vice president of
programming, announces
that Anne Wohl will be the
chairman of the day.
Coffee and cake will be
served. For information, call
the Jewish National Fund,
557-6644.

ORT Women Honor
Glenda Greenwald

Ruth Rosenfeld, president
of Women's American ORT,
Michigan Region, announced
that the organization will
honor The Michigan Woman
publisher Glenda Greenwald
on Nov. 3 at 8 p.m. at the
annual Capital Funds eve-
ning, which will be held at
the Franklin home of Audrey
and William Farber.
For reservations, call
Women's American ORT,
355-9151.
Mrs. Greenwald has been
the publisher of The Michi-
gan Woman since March
1985. She also edits and pub-
lishes Human Intelligence In-
ternational Newsletter, spon-
sored by Oakland University.
A graduate of Wayne State
University, Mrs. Greenwald
holds bachelor's and master's
degrees in English literature.
She is a member of the Ar-
tisans Chapter of Women's
American ORT.
The featured speaker will
be Marla Levine, ORT na-
tional vice president and
donor chairman.

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Historian To Speak
At Naamat Donor

Ann Kaplan, piTsident, and
Belle Glenner, vice president
of funds and chairman of the
day, announce that Dr.
Robert Rockaway will be the
/J guest speaker at Naamat
N USA's annual donor luncheon
/— to be held at Cong. B'nai
Moshe on Nov. 2 at noon.
Dr. Rockaway is currently
teaching at San Diego Uni-
versity while on sabbatical
from his regular teaching
chores at Tel Aviv Univer-
N sity.
His area of expertise is
Jewish history and he has
taught at the University of
Michigan and University of
Texas. His books include A
History of the Jews of Detroit

Shaarey Zedek Sisterhood
PM will hold a meeting at
7:45 p.m. Nov. 3 in the home
of Ellen Glen. WJBK-TV
boardcaster Sherry Margolis
will speak on "Women in
Television."
Sisterhood PM committee
members include: Beverly
Bennett, Judie Blumeno,
Miriam Goldberg, Marlene
Krohner, Randee Lipman,
Pearl Manello and Gail
Tu kel.
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who are prevented from
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Jewish issues.
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