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October 20, 1989 - Image 102

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-10-20

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Hadassah, Sinai
Plan Health Day

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The Greater Detroit
Chapter of Hadassah and
Sinai Hospital will present
their second joint community
health day Oct. 29.
Between noon and 4 p.m.
free lectures will be given by
Sinai staff on such topics as
early breast cancer detection,
cardiology, headaches, osteo-
porosis, back aches, parenting
parents and lowering cho-
lesterol and oat bran. CPR
classes, including an infant
CPR class, will be given by
Sinai staff. Free blod pressure
tests will be offerd and Tay-
Sachs, body fat and cho-
lesterol screening will be
available at minimum cost.
The Michigan Cancer Foun-
dation will offer computeriz-
ed cancer risk assessment.
Members of the Hadassah
sponsored Hashachar Youth
Group will entertain children
of adults attending the event.
Reservations for the lec-
tures are required. Call the
Hadassah office, 683-5030 or
357-2920, for information.

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354.6060

Rabbi Herschel Fiman,
director of educational
outreach for Lubavitch Foun-
dation, will hold a weekly
seminar for men and women
in the medical profession on
"Psychology and Mental
Disorders."
The class will meet 9 p.m.
Mondays in his home 23610
Gardner in Oak Park. For in-
formation, call Rabbi Fin-
man, 737-7000.

Histadrut To Cite
Glenner-Schwartz

Histadrut of Metro Detroit
will honor its vice-chairman,
Belle Glenner-Schwartz, with
a testimonial luncheon in
recognition of her efforts and
achievements on behalf of the
working people of Israel, on
Oct. 29. The luncheon will be
held at the Days Hotel on
West Nine Mile Road in
Southfield.
Glenner-Schwartz has been
a volunteer youth adviser at
Adat Shalom Synagogue and
organized college-age dinners
at the Ann Arbor Hillel
House. A captain with the
March of Dimes, she also
volunteered with the Oak
Park Senior Citizens Center.
She has served with
Na'amat as fund-raising vice
president and donor book
chairman to president of the
Council of NA'AMAT. She is a
vice-chairman of Histadrut

Belle Glenner-Schwartz

and chairman of the Detroit
Zionist Federation Jerusalem
Day.
In honoring Schwartz,
Histadrut is establishing the
Belle Glenner-Schwartz Per-
petual Scholarship Fund.
Guest speaker is Professor
Jeffry Mallow, dean of the
mathematics and physics
department at Loyola Univer-
sity of Chicago, where he
teaches physics and
astronomy and pioneered the
first work in alleviating the
condition called "science anx-
iety" among students.
Mallow is chairman of the
Chicago YIVO Society, and
the author of numerous ar-
ticles on Jewish cultural and
political issues. He is national
vice president for the
Midwest of the L _ abor Zionist
Alliance.
For reservatiosn and infor-
mation, call Histadrut,
967-4720. •

Machon Program
For Soviet Jews

Machon L. Torah, The
Jewish Learning Network of
Michigan, will offer a pro-
gram for Russian immigrants
titled "Love; Marriage and
the Design of the Universe,"
noon Oct. 29 at Machon
Center.
Reservations are required.
Call Machon L'Torah,
967-0888 or Lena Grinman,
569-6909.

Plans For Israel
Tour Under Way

Lisa Ferstenfeld will coor-
dinate and Rabbi Berel Ger-
shenfeld will conduct tours on
Machon L'Torah's "The Con-
necting. Flight to Israel
Scholarship Tour," Dec.
26-Jan. 8.
An information night about
the tour will be held 7 p.m.
Wednesday, at the Machon
building.
For informatin, call the
Machon office, 967-0888.

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