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October 01, 1993 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-10-01

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Dimona Chapter, Na'amat/USA
paid tribute to Frieda Leemon
at a farewell luncheon at the
home of Gail Tukel. Mrs.
Leemon will make her perma-
nent home in Boca Raton, Fla.
She has been president of
Metropolitan Detroit Coun-
cil, served on the national
board and held the office of
national president of
Na'amat/USA. In addition,
she holds key positions on the
national boards of Histadrut,
JNF, Israel Bonds, UJA,
United Israel Appeal and the
executive committee of
AIPAC.
She has been a delegate to
four World Zionist Congress-
es and has served on the pre-
sidium of the World Zionist
Organization.
She has two institutions in
Israel in her name. A day
care center in Ramlah was
built by her family in honor
of her 60th birthday. Upon
completion of her term as na-
tional president of
Na'amat/USA, she was hon-
ored by Na'amat with a ded-
ication of the Frieda Leemon
Timon Technical High School
in Lod.

Welcome Tea
At Adat Shalom

The Sisterhood of Adat Shalom
will hold a welcome tea at 1
p.m. Oct. 11 for new and
prospective members at the
home of Annette Berenholz. For
information, call the synagogue
office, 851-5100.
The sisterhood will sponsor
a study series with Rabbi
Efry Spectre 12:30-2 p.m.
Oct. 12, 19 and 26. Rabbi
Spectre will explore The Book
of Judges. There is no charge.
Refreshments will be served
at 12:30, preceding the class.
For reservations by Oct. 8,
call the synagogue office, 851-
5100.

The Greater Detroit Chapter of
Hadassah Nurses Council will
host two programs. The open-
ing meeting 10 a.m.- noon Oct.
17 will be a pot-luck brunch
with speaker Linda Soberman,
Past President of ADL, on"Anti-
Semitism and Women: Relat-
ing Our Own Personal
Experiences In the Nursing
Profession."
Rabbi Julian I. Cook, of
Temple Beth El, will lead a
three-session study and dis-
cussion group with the
Nurses Council to explore
"The Challenges We Face in
Jewish Bio-Medical Ethics:
Focusing on Issues Health
Care Professionals Face at
the End of a Patient's Life."
The study group will meet
Oct. 27, Dec. 1 and Jan. 5 at
7:30 p.m.
Call Hadassah, 683-5030
or 357-2920, for locations and
information.

Amit Women
Plan Dinner

Amit Women, Batya Chapter,
will hold a murder mystery din-
ner 6 p.m. Oct. 10 at the Agency
for Jewish Education. There is
a charge.
Amit Women operates a
network of Youth Aliyah Vil-
lages, high schools, vocation-
al schools and social service
institutions in Israel. For din-
ner information, call Joanne
Zuroff, 626-8957; or Terri
Dworkin, 355-3507.

Horodoker Group
Plans Meeting

A meeting of the David-
Horodoker Women's Organiza-
tion will be held noon Oct. 5 at
Lincoln Towers club room.
The 56th Donor Luncheon
will be held noon Nov. 2 at
Congregation Beth Achim.
For tickets and information,
call, Mrs. Anna Komisar, 661-
5580; or Mrs. Fay Weinstein,
967-3643.

Medical Society
Donor Luncheon

The Women of Maimonides
Medical Society will hold a
donor luncheon noon Oct. 12 at
Adat Shalom Synagogue. Lun-
cheon will be followed by a fash-
ion show presented by the
Twelve Oaks Fashion Guild.
There will be a special pre-
sentation honoring Mrs.
Sarah Levin for her years of
devoted work to the organi-
zation. El

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