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August 18, 1989 - Image 82

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-08-18

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I

FOR WOMEN I

INTRODUCES

NCJW Hosts
Columnist

ITS
COLLECTION

The National Council of
Jewish Women, greater
Detroit section, will launch
its fall season with an open-
ing membership luncheon
noon Sept. 13 at Temple
Israel.
Nationally syndicated col-
umnist Ellen Goodman will
be the guest speaker. Former-
ly of The Detroit Free Press,
Goodman's column "At
Large," appears in more than
400 newspapers.
The 1980 winner of the
Pulitzer Prize for distinguish-
ed commentary, Goodman is

1989

FURS &
LEATHERS

OF

FOR MEN & WOMEN

LAKESIDE MALL
STERLING HEIGHTS

CROSSWINDS MALL
WEST BLOOMFIELD

Beth Yehudah
Women Meet

FAIRLANE TOWN CENTER
DEARBORN

Ellen Goodman

ACHIEVEMENT and. SELF-ESTEEM

Registrations now being accepted for classes beginning the week
of September 11. Classes held at the Birmingham YMCA. Limited
space available.

For information and registration forms

258-5029

PROUD TO BE . . .

ACHIEVEMENT SERVICES

Gerald Kaplan, M.Ed.

Underachievement diagnosis, group counseling support, parenting classes.
Gerald Kaplan, Consultant for. Gifted, Achievement Project Director, Farmington Schools

Desserts
By



Now —
breast cancer
has no place to hide
in Michigan.
Call us.

HARRY AND SALLY HAD
OUR WEDDING CAKE

24370 W. Ten Mile Rd., Just W. of Telegraph

82 FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1989

Certified Kosher
Metropolitan
Kashruth Council

355-0088

ti,

AMERICAN
CANCER
SOCIETY'

Womens Chapter of Glenn-
wood ORT will hols its second
annual road rally 7:30 p.m.
Aug. 26. Meet at the Wood-
creek office parking lot,
31275 Northwestern . There
is a charge. Call Sharon
Dworkin, 967-1468, for
information.

The Avodah Chai Brandeis
Chapter, Na'amat USA, will
hold a lunch meeting noon
Monday at the Whitehall
Apartment Clubhouse.
Plans for the annual in-
stallation of officers will be
finalized.

TWELVE OAKS MALL
NOVI

FOR

Road Rally
Is Planned

Brandeis Group
Plans Lunch

271 W. MAPLE
BIRMINGHAM

PARENTING BRIGHT CHILDREN

discuss social security in the
1990s and the Medicare
Catastrophic Converage Act.
There is a lunch charge. For
reservations, call Rose Pogats,
967-4068, or Jean Katz,
559-4174.

an associate of the Boston
Globe, where she has worked
for more than 20 years. She
has won numerous literary
awards and published several
collections of her columns,
which deal with social change
and its debilitating side ef-
fects. Last year, she received
the Hubert H. Humphrey
Civil Rights Award for dedica-
tion to the cause of equality.
Goodman's talk for NCJW
is titled "Making Sense of
Social Change!' It springs
from her latest work, Making
Sense, a fourth collection of
columns to be published this
fall.
The event is open only to
paid-up NCJW members.
There is a charge and reser-
vations are required by Sept.
8. Checks may be sent to the
NCJW offices, or call the
Council, 258-6000.
The luncheon meeting is
sponsored by the group's
public relations department,
headed by Vice President
Carol Sue Coden.

BB Women
Hear Bommarito

Louis D. Brandeis Chapter
498, B'nai B'rith Women, will
meet at noon Wednesday in
the Knob Woods Clubhouse.
Patrick Bommarito will

Yeshivath Beth Yehudah
Women will hold a noon
lunch meeting Wednesday at
the Yeshivah.
Rabbi Shaiall Zachariash
of Congregation Shomrey
Emunah will speak.

Primrose Club
Plans To Meet

Primrose Benevolent Club
will meet 11 a.m. Monday at
the Lincoln lbwers clubhouse.
Plans will be discussed for the
55th annual donor luncheon.
Helen Feiner and Zelda
Green will serve a light lunch
at the meeting.

David-Horodoker
Women Meet

The David-Horodoker Wo-
men will meet at noon Tues-
day at Lincoln lbwers. Sylvia
Eisenberg and Ruth Sosnick
are hostesses.

Council Plans
Tour In Troy

B'nai B'rith Women Coun-
cil will have a tour and lunch
Thursday at the Michigan
Design Center in Troy.
There is a charge and reser-
vations are required. For in-
formation, call the Council,
552-8150.

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