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October 12, 1990 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-10-12

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I FOR WOMEN

Retiring
or Retired?

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• What's the best retirement plan
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• Where do I invest for growth
and safety?
• Will I still have to work?
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October 18

October 17

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or
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important to those people facing retire-
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The Sisterhood of 'Ibmple
Emanu-El in Oak Park will
present Thelma Rosenbaum
reviewing Jephte's Daughter
by Naomi Ragen at the open-
ing paid-up luncheon noon
Oct. 22 at the temple.
Mrs. Rosenbaum has per-
formed as a puppeteer and in
community theater. She has
given book reviews and is
known for her insight and
humor.
The Sisterhood will be
honoring double chai
members at this luncheon.
Admission is free to paid-up
members; there is a charge
for non-members. For infor-
mation, call Lee Wolin,
354-4433; or Adela Gold,
626-2784.

B'nai B'rith Women
Host Gifts Luncheon

The annual special gifts
luncheon for B'nai B'rith
Women will be held noon Nov.
7 at Tam O'Shanter Country
Club. Glenda Greenwald, ex-
ecutive publisher and presi-
dent of Michigan Woman ma-
gazine, will be the honoree.
B'nai B'rith Women ex-
clusively supports the
Residential Treatment
Center for emotionally
disturbed children in Israel.
They provided $2 million in
capital funds to construct a
new residential facility at the
Children's Home.
There is a charge. For infor-
mation, call the B'nai B'rith
Council office, 552-8150.

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Pick Apples

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Emanu-El Women
Hear Review

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SOCIETY'

Help us keep winning.

Hakol, a committee of the
National Council of Jewish
Women reaching out to the
younger woman, will go apple
picking with residents of
Kadima, the Jewish group
home for mentally ill, 1 p.m.
Oct. 14, starting at the
NCJW Southfield office.
The event is open to women,
friends and spouses between
the ages of 20 and 40.
For information, call
Stephanie Miller, 855-2011

Horodoker Group
Donor Luncheon

The David-Horodoker
Women's Organization will
hold their 53rd annual donor
luncheon noon Oct. 23 at the
Beth Achim Social Hall.
Mrs. Bernard Chase is
chairman of the day; Mrs.
Allan Pearlman will give the
invocation and entertainment
will be fashions by Devorah's.

Proceeds will benefit the
needy here and in Israel.
The women's organization
is allied with the Co-
operative Council of the
League of Jewish Women in
planning a Chanukah party
and seder for the mentally
impaired. Other beneficiaries
are Moeis Chitim, Penrickton
Center for the Blind,
Muscular Dystrophy and
Kadima.
For information, call Anna
Komisar, 557-9425.

Parkwood ORT
Sets Meeting

Parkwood
Chapter,
Women's American ORT, will
have their open fall meeting
noon Oct. 24, in the Knob in
the Woods clubhouse. Lunch
will be served. Hy Pritz will
present a program of Yiddish
humor and pantomime. There
is a charge. Reservations are
a must.
For information, call Lillian
Goodman, 357-5254; or Cele
Jacobs 546-0294.

Women's Group
Sets Celebration

Louis Marshall/Israel
Chapter B'nai B'rith Women
will hold their annual birth-
day celebration, a cake and
ice-cream social, 12:30 p.m.
Oct. 18 at the Zionist
Cultural Center.
A musical program will be
presented by Kathy Rissman-
Lowenthal singing Yiddish,
Hebrew and old American
folk songs.
For information, call Jennie
Grayson, 357-3881; or Eileen
Israel, 968-0569.

Primrose Club
Sets Meeting

Primrose Benevolent Club
will meet noon Oct. 15 at the
Lincoln T3wers clubhouse.
Reports will be given by com-
mittees on the Oct. 30 donor
luncheon at Beth Achim
synagogue.

Round Table
Hosts Luncheon

The Women's Division of
the Greater Detroit Interfaith
Round Table will host the
Pathfinders' Award luncheon
11:30 a.m. Oct. 17, at Grosse
Pointe Memorial Church.
Evelyn Horowich Liberman
will be honored for her in-
volvement with the Hospice
of Southeastern Michigan
and hospices nationally.
There will be a charge for
lunch. For information, call
Women's Division Office,
869-6306.

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