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March 24, 1989 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-03-24

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FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1989

Israeli Commodore Slated
For IDF Open House

Commodore Abraham
Ashur, Israel's chief military
attache in Washington, D.C.,
will be a featured speaker at
the inaugural meeting of the
Friends of the IDF State of
The meeting will be 2 p.m.
April 16 at the Maple/Drake
Jewish Community Center,
according to Morton L.
Feldman, IDF-Michigan
The Israeli officer, 47, who
has been Israel's director of
naval intelligence and has
fought in all Israeli wars
since 1967, will be joined by
Ben Hagai of Chicago,
Friends of the IDF central

region director. Hagai, a New
York native, served in the U.S.
Armed Forces in World War II
and also fought in Israel's
War of Independence in 1948
and the Yom Kippur War of
1973. He is a founder of the
Israel Naval Academy.
Feldman said another
special guest, whom he
described only as a "major_
Hollywood star," also is ex-
pected to appear.
Friends of the IDF, unof-
ficially known as "the U.S.O.
of Israel," is the American
fundraising partner to
Israel's Association for the
Well-Being of Soldiers (Aguda
Lema'an Hachayal).

Temple Israel Women
Have Election, Lunch

Temple Israel Sisterhood
will hold its annual election
meeting and luncheon April
10 at the temple.
Lynn Stern, author and
senior social worker at
Turner Geriatric Services,
University of Michigan
Medical Center, will present
"Forget Forgetting" following
a noon luncheon.
Ms. Stern has been
teaching memory courses and
workshops for five years. She
has trained professionals
around the country to run
memory courses of their own.
She has co-authored two
books on memory, Improving
Your Memory — A Guide for
Older Adults and Memory Im-
provement Programs for Older
Adults — A Training Manual.
The nominating committee
of the Temple Israel
Sisterhood announces the
slate of Officers and Board for
1989-1990: President, Sherrie
Stern; Vice-Presidents, Com-
mittees, Donna Phillips; Ways
and Means, Janie Roth; Pro-
gram, Sherri Tobias; Youth,
Sandra Stocker; Treasurer,
Marilyn Weisberg; Secretar-
ies, Corresponding, Paula
Shapiro; Financial, Rosalie
Fox; Recording, Judith
Nominated to serve for two-
year terms expiring in 1991
on the sisterhood board are:
Barbara Ben, Ronna Berger,
Roberta Feldman, Linda
Friedman, Lillian Goodman,
Barbara Gutman, Barbara
Horenstein, Nancy Jonas, Liz
LaKritz, Carolyn Marks,
Rhoda Paull, Marilyn Rubin,
Caroline Schechter, Sheila
Schiffer, Louise Spector,
Marlene Swarin, Harriet
Trager, Annie Weiss, Rita

Weston and Phyliss Zager.
Nominated for a one-year
term concluding in 1990 are:
Eleanor Folbe and Sharon
Completing their second
year, concluding in 1990 are:
Ricki Berlin, Laurie Blinder,
Michelle Dubrinsky, Karen
Erlich, Sue Erlich, Paula Eps-
tein, Rosanne Fienman,
Rosemarie Gillman, Shirley
Halprin, Gayle Hirsch,
Esther Jacobs, Cindy Kandel,
Phyliss Kaplan, Karen
Linden, Ida Nemzin, Fran-
cine Piell, Hermaine Raimi
and Marsha Schavrien.
The nominating committee
was comprised of Karen
Erlich, Nancy Jonas, June
Kamil, Adrienne Milin, Ida
Nemzin, Juanita Victor and
Marilyn Weisberg.
Janie Roth, program vice
president and her social com-
mittee, mesdames Hirsch and
Fienman made arrangements
for the meeting. There is a fee
for luncheon and reservations
are required by April 5. For
information and reservations,
call the temple office,

Parent Meeting
Probes Down's

Parents of Children with
Down's Syndrome, Inc. will
sponsor a meeting on Thurs-
day at 7:30 p.m. in the West
Bloomfield home of Fay
Stone, for mothers of children
age 3 or below with Down's
Dr. Theodore Mandell,
speech pathologist, will speak.
Call Ann Wiedelman,
855-9544, to attend this
meeting or for information.

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