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October 07, 1988 - Image 94

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-10-07

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Thurs. till 7

ANNOUNCING THE LOCATION OF OUR 2nd STORE

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ACCEPTING
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Media Mideast 'Tlreatment
Is Topic For WSU Hillel

The B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundation at Wayne State
University will host two lec-
tures on the role of journalism
in the Middle East conflicts.
The public is invited to both
lectures; there is no charge,
and lunch will be provided
free of charge.
Tuesday is open house for
the entire Grosberg Religious
Center. The Grosberg
Religious Center is the con-
sortium of religious organiza-
tions on the campus of Wayne
State University.
At Hillel at 1 p.m., Prof. Sid
Kelman will speak. Kelman,
who has lived in Israel for 16
years, is an oleh from Detroit.
The title of his talk is
"Perspectives: An American
in Israel, and Israeli in
America."
Prof.
Kelman
will

demonstrate how the same
news story is handled dif-
ferently in the Detroit News
and the Israeli daily paper
Maariv. He is professor of
American history in Israel,
specializing in the history of
the labor movement. On sab-
batical this year in Detroit,
he is teaching American
history at Wayne State
University and at Oakland
Community College.
On Thursday, Detroit Free
Press editorial writer Mariusz
Ziomecki will speak at Hillel
at 1 p.m. Ziomecki will
discuss his perspectives on
the Middle East, especially in
the light of his recent trip to
Israel.
The public is invited to the
Ziomecki lecture free of
charge. A free luncheon will
be served.

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1988

Special Arrangements for Groups

Israel Chapter, Na'amat
USA will hold its monthly
meeting in the Lincoln
Towers' club room, Oct. 15 at
12:30 p.m.
State Reps David Gubow
(D-67th District) and Judith
Miller, (R-65th District) will
be the guest speakers. Their
topic will be, "Choices .. .
Election 89." Guests and
friends are welcome. Refresh-
ments will be served.

Board Meeting
For JNF Women

Doris Markel, president of
the Women of Jewish Na-
tional Fund, announces that
a board meeting will be held
on Monday at noon in the
Sutton Place club house,
23275 Riverside, Southfield.
Hostesses for the day are
Martha Green, Fannie
Rosenblat and Evelyn
Wallace. Contact hostess is
Bess Glazier. Members who
cannot attend should call the
JNF, 557-6644.

Berman Speaks
To Women's ORT

State Rep. Maxine Berman
(64th District) will speak to
the Business and Professional
Chapter of Women's
American ORT at 8 p.m. Oct.
17 in the home of Fran Hof-
fer, 29601 Red Leaf Ln.,
Southfield. Her topic will be,

"Update on the Upcoming
Election." Representative
Berman is chairman of the
elections committee.
There is no charge. Guests
are welcome. For reserva-
tions, call Ms. Hoffer,
557-0791.

Morgenthau
Holds Meeting

Henry Morgenthau chapter
of B'nai B'rith Women will
hold a luncheon meeting
Wednesday at noon at Knob-
in-the-Woods club house.
Rick Sylvan, travel editor
for the Detroit Free Press, will
be the guest speaker.
There is a nominal charge
for members and guests. For
reservations by Sunday, call
Friedel Davis, 354-0592; Lucy
557-9590; or Lil
Meyers, 855-3894.

wm•I LOCAL NEWS 1"

Yiddish Group
Meets Sunday

A Yiddish vinkl, sponsored
by the Workmen's Circle, will
be held on Sunday at 2 p.m.
at the Workmen's Circle
Center, 26341 Coolidge, Oak
Park. The vinkl gives persons
familiar with Yiddish an op-
portunity to hear and speak
"mamaloschen."
The public is invited, and
there is no charge.

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