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June 09, 1989 - Image 86

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-06-09

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Sinai Hospital of Detroit
welcomes Detroit area physicians to attend the

David Feld Memorial Lecture

8 a.m. June 13
at Zuckerman Auditorium in Sinai Hospital

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9 a.m.

"Breast Disease: The Physician's Perspective"

presented by Bruce Drukker, M.D.
Professor and Chairperson, Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology
and Reproductive Biology
Michigan State University

9- 10 a.m.

"Aspects of Breast Cancer and Pregnancy" Case Study

presented by Gregory Goyert, M.D.
Assistant Director of Maternal-Fetal Medicine
Sinai Hospital of Detroit

10 - 11 a.m.

"Breast Cancer: Concealed Perceptions and Confrontations with Reality"

presented by Bruce Drukker, M.D.

This free lecture is held in association with Hutzel Hospital and Wayne
State University School of Medicine. It is in memory of David Feld, M.D.,
former chairman of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
at Sinai Hospital.

SINAT
Hospnu,

For reservations call 493 5220.

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ALL ABOARD FOR THE
LAUNCHING OF

T.S.S. FAMILYSHIP

(A parenting center at Shir Shalom)

THURSDAY, JUNE 15th, 6:30 P.M.

in the Social Hall

Creative family programming offered in cooperation
with Jewish Experiences for Families.

Join us as we introduce you and your family to classes.
We will have arts and crafts, entertainment with
storyteller Corinne Stavish, and refreshments for the
kids, as well as plenty of helpful information for
parents, with sign-up opportunities.

Open to the community —

families with children ages 0-6

R.S.V.P. The Temple Office

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FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1989

737-8700

Members of the Metro Detroit Israel Bond Women's Division
recently flew to Chicago for a Vaga"bond" Day. Eligibility for the
trip was 1989 enrollment in the Israel Bonds Golda Meir CLub, via a
$5,000 or more investment in Israel Bond securities during a given
year. The event realized $251,000 in Israel Bond purchases. Shown
with Israel Consul General Uri Bar Ner, center, are, from left: GMC
Co-Chairman Linda Hayman, Detroit Women's Division Chairman
Meryl Podolsky, GMC Co-Chairman Penny Blumenstein and
National Women's Division Associate Chairman Doreen Hermelin.

B'nai David Sisterhood
Cited For Israel Bonds

Congregation B'nai David
President Alex Blumenberg
announced that a tribute uni-
que to Israel Bond history in
Metro Detroit will occur
when the 200-plus member-
ship of the B'nai David
Sisterhood will be honored at
the synagogue's annual Israel
Bond dinner.
The event, scheduled for 6
p.m. June 27 in the Southfield
synagogue's social hall, will
see the Sisterhood, past and
present, praised in song and
narration, and inscribed
Israel Scrolls of Honor
presented to all current
sisterhood members. Also, the
sisterhood will be the collec-
tive recipient of the State of
Israel's Tower of David
Award.
Chairing the dinner is
Tillie Brandwine; Host Com-
mittee chairmen are Irving
Belinsky, Morris Brandwine
and Mike Must.
A pre-dinner leadership
reception was held in the Far-
mington Hills home of Eva
and Gustav Berenholz, where
commitments of more than
$350,000 in Israel Bond
securities were realized.
The B'nai David Sisterhood
was formed in 1933 for the
purpose of sponsoring and
maintaining a synagogue
religious school. The
Sisterhood later expanded its
fund-raising activities to in-
clude donor luncheons, ad
books, tribute funds, a
synagogue gift shop and rum-
mage sales, and the resulting

profits also have aided the
congregation in beautifying
the synagogue building and
meeting many financial
obligations.
Eleanor Maness has served
as 1988-1989 sisterhood presi-
dent. Her executive board in-
cludes Blanche Brant, Esther
Icikson, Rosalie Dean, Ray
Rosenberg, Freda Podolsky,
Fay Fishman, Sharon Klein
and Helen Brown.
For dinner reservations and
information, call Israel
Bonds, 352-6555.

Women's Group
Has Luncheon

David-Horodoker Women's
Organization will have its
emergency luncheon noon
June 20 at the Lincoln Towers
community room.
Hostesses are mesdames
Lillian Belkin, Bessie Chase,
Bessie Davidson, Sara
Hochman, Anna Komisar,
Anna Spielberg and Sarah
Weiss-Taub.
For tickets and information,
call Mrs. Komisar, 557-9425.

Amit Women
Plan To Meet

Amit Women, Fannie Gluck
Chapter, will hold an
emergency meeting, noon
Monday at the Lincoln
Towers club room. Petite
lunch will be served.

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