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December 18, 1987 - Image 98

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-12-18

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The National Council of
Jewish Women, Greater
Detroit Section, will hold a
three-part series, "Art of the
Middle Class," on Jan. 15, 22
and 29.
Michael Farrell, associate
professor of art history,
University of Windsor, will
present the programs. He will
discuss Italian art of the 15th
Century on Jan. 15, Dutch
art of the 17th Century on
Jan. 22, and French art of the
19th Century on Jan. 29.
All lectures will take place
at the N.C.J.W. offices, 30233
Southfield Rd., Southfield.
Coffee and bagels will be
served at 9:45 a.m., and
discussions will follow from
10 to 11:30 a.m.
In addition to his work at
the University of Windsor,
Prof. Farrell is adjunct educa-
tion curator at the Detroit In-
stitute of Arts and is director
of Art House, an historic man-
sion in Detroit's Brush Park
area.
Advance registrations must
be received by Jan. 5.
The art series is sponsored
by the section's public rela-
tions department, headed by
vice president Joy Nachman.
Program Committee Co-
Chairman Joyce Klein, will
chair the events.
For information, call the
N.C.J.W offices, 258-6000.

Chanukah Lunch
Due For Women

The Avodah, Chai, Brandeis
Chapter, Naamat U.S.A., will
hold its annual Chanukah
Dollars for David luncheon on
Monday at noon at the
Whitehall Apts. club house.
Program chairman, Mary
Gilbert, will conduct the
candlelighting ceremony and
a musical program will follow.
Guests are welcome. There is
a nominal charge.

mission fee. For information
and directions, contact Bon-
nie Winkler, 352-6215; or
Susan Kleiman, 553-2482.

Women Attend
Hadassah Event

Ruth Lando, president of
the Michigan Region of
Hadassah lead the state
delegation to the recent
Midwest Area Cooperative of
Hadassah. Donna Sherman,
Esther Adler, Laraine Knop-
pow and Ruthellen Singer at-
tended the conference.
Annette Meskin, national
Hadassah vice president, was
coordinator of the program.

Marriage Topic
For SZ Women

Shaarey Zedek Sisterhood
will meet 11 a.m. Jan. 11 at
the synagogue, and will in-
clude brunch. There is a
charge and guests are invited.
The topic of the meeting
will be marriage. Rabbi Irwin
Groner wil review two books
on the subject: Staying

Together in the Age of Divorce

by Francine Klagsburn and
Intimate Partners by Maggie
Scarf.
Mothers of the 1987-1988
high school graduates, confir-
mands and b'nai mitzvah will
be guests at the brunch.
Reservations are necessary.
For reservations, call Linda
Gold, 855-6177; Randee Lip-
man, 851-0102; or Carol Sole,
644-1355.
Arranging the meeting are
Faye Ulmann, vice president
programming; Rabbi Groner;
Sandy Schwartz, president of
the sisterhood; and Ruthe
Goldstein, Marlene Krohner,
Meryl Podolsky, Judith
Blumeno, Frieda Langnas,
Ms. Gold, Ms. Sole, Donna
Schwartz, Marta Rosenthal,
Margelee Ruby, Ms. Lipman,
Ruth Appel, Irma Passich and
Elaine Belkin.

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Algonquin View Chapter,
Women's American ORT will
present its first family-style
Chanukah latke party on
Sunday at 12:30 p.m. at the
Moon Lake club house in
West Bloomfield. Everyone is
welcome to join in an after-
noon of games, prizes, a pro-
fessional magic show and
food.
Family, friends and kids are
welcome. Bring a $5 grab bag
item for children under 10
years of age. There is an ad-

The deadline for the
January edition of L'Chayim
is Jan. 8 at noon. Organiza-
tions who wish to have their
family activities listed in that
edition should type, double-
spaced, their notices and in-
clude time date, place of the
event and a contact person's
name and phone number.
Send notices to L'Chayim,
The Jewish News, 20300 Civic
Center Dr., Suite 240,
Southfield 48076.

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