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Women's Health Series

Join us for an informative discussion
presented by specialists in the field of women's health care.

Lectures are held 7-9 p.m., the first and third Wednesday of
each month at one of the following locations:

First Wednesday

Third Wednesday

Sinai Hospital
Zuckerman Auditorium
6767 W. Outer Drive
(between Greenfield & Hubbell)

Bloomfield Township Library
L.H. Green Room
1099 Lone Pine Road
(southeast corner of Lone Pine
and Telegraph)

Schedule of Topics

October 6

Sinai Hospital

October 20

Bloomfield Township Library

November 3

Sinai Hospital

November 17

Bloomfield Township Library

At Risk: Women and
Heart Disease
Genetic Testing: What
Can It Tell Me?
Breast Cancer:
Prevention and Treatment
After the Baby:
Pediatricians and

Betty Friedan

Betty Friedan
Will Speak

Betty Friedan, author of The
Feminine Mystique, will
speak 7:30 p.m. Oct. 5 at
the Maple-Drake Jewish
Community Center.
Ms. Friedan is the
founder of the National
Women's Political Caucus
and the National Abortion
Right Action League.
There is no charge but
reservations are required;
call Margo Weitzer, 661-

These free lectures are open to the public.
To reserve a seat, please call



Senator Talks
To Sisterhoods

gh e gints • ng ouc

State Senator Debbie
Stabenow will be the fea-
tured speaker when the sis-
terhoods of Temple Beth El,
Temple Emanu-El, Temple
Israel, Temple Kol Ami and
Temple Shir Tikvah con-
vene for their first intercon-

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Debbie Stabenow


gregational dinner, 6:30
p.m. Oct. 5 at temple Beth
Senator Stabenow, whose
two decades of public service
have been marked by a corn-
mitment to improving the

lives of Michigan families, is
an expert on child and fami-
ly issues and education. In
1982, she sponsored major
reforms of Michigan's
Friends of the Court system.
Her other initiatives include
sponsorship of the legisla-
tion creating the Michigan
Children's Trust Fund and
bills supporting foster care
reform as well as reforms for
domestic violence laws
which created warrantless
Senator Stabenow will
address the group on
"Current Legislative
Issues." There is a charge.
Reservations are necessary.
For information, contact
respective temple sister-
hoods or Sybil Lerner, 356-

PLO Leader
Killed In Gaza

Jerusalem (JTA) — Israeli
analysts fear the murder of a
leading Palestine Liberation
Organization official in the
Gaza Strip this week may
signal the start of a spate of
intra-Palestinian strife,
touched off by the historic
Israeli-PLO accord signed in
Washington last week.
Mohammed Abu Shaaban,
a lawyer and local leader of
Yassir Arafat's Al Fatah
faction of the PLO, was shot
and killed by unidentified
gunmen while driving
through Gaza City following
a speech he made at a rally
to support the accord on Pa-
lestinian self-rule.
Mr. Shaaban's family and
sources within Fatah said he
had been killed as a result of
an internal power struggle
within Fatah, and Israeli
analysts offered a similar
Mr. Shaaban, 36, had been
known for years as a strong
supporter of maintaining
dialogue with Israel, and he
recently played an impor-
tant role in the negotiations
that led to the historic
agreement with Israel.
The accord has met with
some stiff Palestinian oppo-
sition, not only from the re-
jectionist Hamas movement,
but also from radical
elements within Fatah, the
largest and most moderate
faction of the PLO.
Mr. Arafat had secured
only a narrow majority of
support from the PLO's ex-
ecutive committee before the
agreement was signed last
week in Washington.

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