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October 21, 1988 - Image 68

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-10-21

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I FOR WOMEN

The American Zionist Coordinating Committee*

in cooperation with the World Zionist Organization Department of Information Presents

League Has
Education Day

ISRAEL AT THE POLLS

LIVE, VIA SATELLITE

Up•to•the•minute Knesset Election Results

From Jerusalem and New York

The Michigan Branch of
Women's League for Conser-'
vative Judaism will hold its
annual Torah Fund Educa-
tion Day and luncheon at
noon on Oct. 31 at Congrega-
tion Beth Thphilath Moses,
Mt. Clemens. Linda Keslacy
is president of the host
sisterhood. lbrah Fund Vice
President Libby Ben Moche
will be chairman of the day.
Rabbi Joseph A. Brodie,
dean of students of the Jewish
Theological Seminary of
America, will be the guest
speaker. Charlotte Nuss-
baum, Michigan Branch
president invites all branch
board members and
sisterhood women. There is a
charge for the luncheon.
Reservation deadline is
Wednesday. For reservations
and information, call Frieda
Davidorf, 661-4389.

NOVEMBER 1, 1988

5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

United Hebrew Schools
21550 West 12 Mile Road
Southfield, MI

A unique International Teleconference

ORT Chapter
Holds Bazaar

Hear what experts say regarding the future of
Israel and U.S.-Israel relations.

Special community hook-ups will allow
audience participants to ask the experts questions.

This very special program is being produced by
the American Coordinating Committee, Bernice S. Tannenbaum, Chairman,
American Zionist Federation, American Zionist Youth Foundation,
Israel Aliyah Desk, WZO Shilchim Delegation, and
World Zionist Organization — American Section.

Admission Free

R.S.V.P. 661-5440, 962-1880

*In cooperation with the Jewish Welfare Federation, Jewish Community Council and Detroit Zionist Federation

CORRECTION

10th and 11th Grade Students:

SPEND A SEMESTER
IN ISRAEL
WITH PROJECT DISCOVERY

The High School Program in Israel

ON THE OCEAN

Hotel

THE CROWNING TOUCH
FOR A ROYAL HOLIDAY

Serving .2 Glatt Kosher meals daily
3 on the Sabbath & Holidays
• Heated Olympic Pool • Private
Beach • Oceanfront Boardwalk
• Color TV • Health Spa Sauna
• Exciting Entertainment
• Dancing • Shows • Daily
Synagogue Services on Premises

Parent/Student Informational Meeting
Monday, October 24, 8:00 p.m.

POOLSIDE THERAPEUTIC
WHIRLPOOL

featuring:
DR. DAVID BREAKSTONE, PROGRAM DIRECTOR

Opening Nov. 22

at the

UNITED HEBREW SCHOOLS

For further information contact:
YEFET OZERY
OFRA FISHER
661-5440
354-1050

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Air CondMbned

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1988

Your Hosts:
The Berkowitz &
Smilow Families

Reserve Now For Your

WINTER VACATION
and
THANKSGIVING
HOLIDAYS

For Reservations
Phone: TOLL FREE

800-327-8163

40th to 41st Sts.,
Miami Beach

Orchard Hills Chapter of
Women's American ORT will
hold a holiday bazaar at 8
p.m. on Nov. 7 in the home of
Dorothy Barak, 5441 Pond
Bluff Ct., West Bloomfield.
Merchandise from over 15
different artists and vendors
will be featured including pot-
tery, designer jewelry, hand-
painted clothes, children's gift
baskets, children's personaliz-
ed sweatshirts, leather hand-
bags, personalized stationery,
educational toys, stained
glass, kitchen goods and
many more. Non-members
are welcome. For information,
call Val Schanes, 683-3937; or
Bev Phillips, 553-0939.

necesary. lb volunteer one
day a week, call Temple Beth
El, 851-1100. Membership in
Beth El is not necessary.

Women's Health
Seminar Topic

"Women's Health Care:
Enhancing Our Wellness .. .
Connecting Our Strengths"
will be the theme of a one-day
conference sponsored by the
Oakland Community College
Womencenter Nov. 12 at 9
a.m. in room 409, J building,
Orchard Ridge campus.
There is a charge. Bring a
brown bag lunch. For free
child care, reservations must
be made by Nov. 9. Tickets
can be purchased in advance
at the Womencenter or at the
door on Nov. 12.

Women Discuss
Managing Stress

Temple Emanu-El Sister-
hood will present "Stress
Management Through Music
and Commentary" as part of
its paid-up membership lun-
cheon on Nov. 7.
Jacqueline
Grikin,
psychologist; Zina Shaykhet,
pianist; and Elaine
Greenberg, musicologist have
created a new concept in
stress - management
programming.
Sisterhood members and
non-members are welcome.
For information, call Adela
Gold, 353-7387; or Bea
Rothschild, 646-8441.

JWF Names
Ellen Sherman

Ellen Sherman has been
named program associate of
the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion Women's Division. Sher-

Braille Group
Needs Help

The award-winning Braille
bindery of Temple Beth El
needs volunteers to help bind
Braille books for the blind.
Begun in 1961, the bindery
handles 2,000 hard cover
books per year. These books,
in more than four languages,
reach Braille readers in all
parts of the U.S., Israel,
England, India and Africa.
The bindery also binds tex-
tbooks on all subjects for the
blind in the public schools of
Wayne, Oakland and Macomb
counties. In addition, it binds
books in Hebrew and English
for the Braille Institute of
America and religious texts
for the blind of all
denominations.
Training is provided and
knowledge of Braille is not

1,

Ellen Sherman

man has been director of
Youth and Education at Adat
Shalom Synagogue the past
two years.
Sherman's responsibilities
with Women's Division in-
clude the education commit-
tee and telethons, and she
will also staff the Young
Adult Division social and
outreach committees.

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