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October 24, 1986 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-10-24

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MARTHA BLOM for the 11th District State Senate
We Want REPRESENTATION FOR A CHANGE.

We Endorse

Jane Nordhouse
Charlotte Grossman
Richard B. Angell
Frances Norris
Nancy Grose
Annamarie Ashba
Harold Norris
Rep.
David
M.
Gubow
Paul Owen Ashba
Vic Norris
David Gumenick
Doris T. Appleton
Carolyn Peyser
Janet Gumenick
Jane Beer
Harriet Pike
Adelaide
Hart
Kim Bethea
Ann
Poole
Helen Hart
Ruth Bornstein
Richard
Poole
Joan
Hill
Barry Bruce
Natalie Rice
Sarah Hill
Sharon'O'Hara-Bruce
Ron Rice
William F. Hayden
Julie Candler
Foe Reibel
Peggie Hubert
Mildred Carmichael
Arnold Sabaroff
Nancy C. John
Celia Chapin
Pauline Sabaroff
Paul John
Rabbi & Mrs. Ernst J. Conrad
Carmen Sarotte
Carolee
Kohler
Errol Durgin
Patricia A. Sarotte
William
Kohler
Robbie Dargin
Marilyn
Schmidt
Ruth Kovan
Keith Dargin
Rudy
Simons
Irving
Kroll
May Davidson
John M. Simpson, Jr.
Ruth Kroll
Morris Davidson
Mary Simpson
Beni
Kurtzman
Connie M. Davis
Ann Sipher
Sol G. Kurtzman
Pamela Early
Mary Lou Stone
Moriruth
Ledyard
Ellen K. Ferguson
M. Eileen Stubbs
Albert Levenson
Marcia Fligman
Deanna Tachna
Arlene Levenson
Dr. Howard Finnk
Maggie
Tyson
Alvin
Luebeck
Rosaline Gilson
Ralph W. Tyson
Marilyn Leubeck
Russell Gilson
Arlene Victor
Annetta Miller
Dorothy Gleicher
Jackie Victor
Dr. Sidney Miller
Morris Gleicher
William H. Volz
Marion
McCracken
Betty Graber
Bessie Word
Geraldine S. McNabb
Sidney Graber
Nancy Antisdel White
Brian McKee
Angela Griffin
Rabbi Sherwin T. Wine
Dr.
Judy
S.
McKee
Diane Greenawalt
Linda Winkelman
Lee Myren
Samuel Greenawalt
Rober Winkelman
Arlyne
Nessel
Audrey Grossman
Morris Nessel
Leonard Grossman
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BETH SHALOM will honor
new members at its annual
paid-up membership dinner
on Thursday at 7 p.m. in the
synagogue's social hall.
Entertainment will be pro-
vided by the Note-Ables. This
octet, all members of the Oak
Park Civic Chorus, includes
Marion Bates, Richard and
Nellie Chafetz, Ray Green,
Tom Havis, Gere Oliva,
Nancy Kalef, Bill Rolnick
and Lila Hindmarsh, accom-
panist.
The dinner is open to
paid-up members only. There
is a nominal fee. For infor-
mation, contact the
synagogue office, LI-77970;
Gladys Goldsmith, 557-3734;
or Lois Victor, 559-4847.

DAVID-HARODOKER
WOMEN'S ORGANIZA-
TION will meet at noon
Thursday in the MCL Res-
taurant in the Tel-12 Mall.

CHAPTER,
HANITA
Naamat USA, will hear State
Representative David Gubow
at its next meeting at noon
Tuesday in the Kristen To-
wers, 25900 Greenfield, Suite
205E, Oak Park. Becky
Goldberg and Flo Bunin will
be the hostesses. Refresh-
ments will be served. Guests
are welcome.

TEMPLE BETH EL SIS-
TERHOOD will meet at 6:30
p.m. Tuesday at the temple.
Detroit News sports editor Joe
Falls will speak. For reserva-
tions, call the temple, 851-
1000. There is a charge.
Non-members are invited.

SHAAREY ZEDEK SIS-
TERHOOD will have a tea
in honor of major donors to
the Torah Fund/Residence
Halls Campaign for the
Jewish Theological Seminary
at 12:30 p.m. Tuesday in the
home of Carol Sole. Rena To-

bes, past president of the
Michigan Branch of the
Women's League for Conser-
vative Judaism, will make a
brief presentation on behalf
of Torah Fund.
The sisterhood has already
benefited the Ivan and Seema
Boesky Library at the Semi-
nary with one library shelf
dedicated to Rabbi Morris
and Goldie Adler, another
dedicated to Rabbi Irwin and
Leypsa Groner and a study
carrel named for the sister-
hood.
For information about the
tea and Torah Fund major
gifts, call Torah Fund Special
Gifts Co-Chairmen, Roberta
Ingber, 626-8815, or Dottie
Wagner, 855-2445; or Tea
Chairman Marjorie Saulson,
642-7784.

BATYA CHAPTER, Amit
Women, will hold a fashion
extravaganza at its annual
membership buffet dinner on
Nov. 5 at 6:30 p.m. in the
home of Iry and Eda
Gastman, 1710 Morningside
Way Dr., Bloomfield Hills.
The co-chairmen of the
event are Joanne Paholak,
Andree Prostak and Toby
Schlussel. For information or
to make a reservation, call
Ms. Prostak, 569-7118; or Ms.
Schlussel, 557-3810. The co-
presidents of Batya Chapter
are Eileen Borsand and
Janice Berkower.

BETH ACHIM SISTER-
HOOD will hold the second
program in its adult educa-
tion series entitled "Aliyah —
Yes or No? — A Family's
Point of View," on Monday at
7:45 p.m. at the synagogue.
Speakers from the sisterhood
will be featured. A discussion
will follow. There is no
charge to members; and a
nominal charge for non-
members. Refreshments will
be served.

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Sandra Gubin, second from left, who was reunited with her
Soviet-born husband last year after a five-year separation,
addressed a group of the Jewish Welfare Federation Women's
Division. Shown with her are Annie Cohen, Nancy Glass and
Deena Canvasser. The sign reads, "This chair has been set
aside for refusenik Irina Brailovsky, honorary Women's
Division Board Member, because we care."

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