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September 08, 1989 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-09-08

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Vorspan To Speak
Before Sisterhood

Temple Israel Sisterhood
holds its opening meeting,
Sept. 18 in Herman Hall.
Albert Vorspan, a senior vice
president of the Union of
American Hebrew Congrega-
tions, will present, "The
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1989

THE JEWISH NEWS

or Bad for the Jews?" Vorspan
will speak after a noon
luncheon.
Vorspan has been a leading
participant in the civil rights
struggle, the nuclear peace
movement and interfaith ac-
tivities. He has written many
books regarding Jewish social
and ethical issues, most
recently Great Jewish
Debates and Dilemmas and
Searching the Prophets for
Values. The latter he co-
authored with Rabbi Balfour
Brickner. In addition, he con-
tributed to a recent book of
short stories on anti-
Semitism, titled Rooftop
Secrets providing commen-
taries to each. He has written
several books of Jewish
humor.
The program is sponsored
by the Daniel M., Sophie and
Arthur Haas Memorial Fund.
There is no charge to
sisterhood members whose
1989-90 dues have been paid.
There is a fee for guests.
Reservations are required by
Sept. 14 to the temple office.

855-0480

Tikvah Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women will meet Tues-
day at the Lincoln 'Ibwers
Clubroom at noon. This will
be a combined board and
general meeting and Presi-
dent Marion Krone will
preside.
Program Vice Presidents
Goldie Kramer, Dorothy Stor-
chan and Sylvia Ravin will
present guest speaker Denise
Alexander, candidate for
councilwoman in Southfield.

Alexander is the daughter of
Tikvah member Magene
Richman.
Fund-raising Vice Presi-
dents Irene Harelik and
Fredell Whiteman request
that members bring in their
pledges to this meeting. For
information, call Hilda
Raphael, 557-6517.

Primrose Club
Has Meeting

Primrose Benevolent Club
will meet 11 a.m. Monday at
Lincoln Towers.
Margaret Meretsky, vice
president and donor chair-
man, has appointed her donor
luncheon committee. Pledge
chairmen are Ann Bigman
and Eva Maister. Captains
are Ann Abromowitz, Rose
Ehrlichman, Sonia
Eizenberg, Helen Feiner, Fan-
nie Friedman, Zelda Green,
Shirley Miller, and Libbie
Weiner. Ann Bergman is in
charge of door prizes.
Tickets for the donor lunch-
eon, Nov. 14 at the Beth
Achim Synagogue, will be
distributed.

Hadassah Chapter
To Have Potluck

Shalom Chapter of
Hadassah will have its an-
nual potluck membership
dinner Thursday at the
Hadassah House in West
Bloomfield, at 6:45 p.m. There
is no charge.
The featured speaker will
be Annette Meskin, past
president of the Greater
Detroiter Chapter of
Hadassah.
For information, call Nancy
Finkel, 851-9147, or Celia
Lubetsky, 855-5884.

B'nai Moshe
Sisterhood Lunch

"A Musical Interlude,"
featuring Cantor Louis Klein
and his accompanist Lillian
Zellman, will be presented at
B'nai Moshe Sisterhood's
paid-up membership lunch-
eon noon Wednesday at the
synagogue. Members of Pro-
ject Outreach will be guests.
Vivian Stollman is program
chairman and Ilona Goldman
is chairman of the day.

ORT To Feature
Style Makeovers

Harmony ORT will hold a
general meeting for all
members or interested per-
sons 7 p.m. Tuesday at
Belissima II Hair Salon in
West Bloomfield. New hair
styles and makeovers will be
presented.

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