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The sisterhood of Adat Shalom
Synagogue has planned a series
of five Book Club discussions, di-
rected by professional book dis-
cussion leader Adele Robins. The
group will meet in members'
homes, beginning at 7:15 p.m. for
coffee preceding each discussion.
The first meeting will be held
Oct. 17. The group will explore
Call It Sleep by Henry Roth. Fu-
ture dates are Nov. 28, Jan. 26,
March 23 and May 25. The re-
maining four books will be se-
lected by the group. There is a
charge for the five sessions.
For information, call Diane Za-
Dr. Sylvia Hacker will discuss
"Sex in the Year 2000 — If Not
Sooner" at the Oct. 11 Food for
Thought breakfast program spon-
sored by the Jewish Federation
A noted educator, researcher
and speaker, Dr. Hacker suggests
moving toward a new, more sex-
ual norm that acknowledges sex-
uality as a characteristic of a
The breakfast program will be
held in the Townsend Hotel, 100
Townsend Street in Birmingham.
Breakfast begins at 9:45 a.m. and
the program at 10:15 a.m.
All women are invited. There
is a fee. For reservations, call the
Federation's Women's Division,
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The Hechtman Chapter of
Na'amat/USA will meet Oct. 3 at
noon in the Hechtman dining
Mrs. Erna Gorman will speak
on "Growing Up in the Holocaust
and Afterwards." There will be
refreshments; no charge.
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Final plans have been made by
David-Horodoker Women's Or-
ganization for their 57th Annual
Donor Luncheon noon — Nov. 1
at Congregation Beth Achim.
Amy Yamron will give the in-
vocation. Entertainment will be
"Landsleit," a reviews of the ear-
ly years of the David-Horodoker
and Turover Fareins in Detroit,
by Jeffrey Bonin.
For tickets and information,
call Mrs. Anna Komisar, 661-
5580; or Mrs. Fannie Weinstein,
The next meeting will noon
Oct. 4, at Lincoln Towers club-
Rabbi Irwin Groner will review
the novel Sotah by Naomi Ragen
on Oct. 10 at 11 a.m. at the open-
ing meeting of Congregation
Shaarey Zedek's Sisterhood in
Southfield. A petite luncheon will
be served, and the meeting is free
to paid-up members. Guests are
invited at a nominal charge.
Sotah, set in Israel and the
United States, is a contemporary
story of woman accused of adul-
tery and her struggle to reconcile
tradition with freedom, faith with
For reservations, contact An-
drea Craig, 788-3615.
The Department of Michigan
Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish
War Veterans will conduct their
meeting Oct. 10 at 7:30 p.m. at
the JWV Memorial Home. Pres-
ident Faye Flosser will discuss
Shapiro Auxiliary will provide
the refreshments for the evening.