Luncheon Oct. 11 Program Oct. 12
Parkwood Chapter, Women's
American ORT will have a fall lun-
cheon Wednesday, Oct. 11 at 11:30
a.m. at the Sutton Place Apart-
ments Clubhouse in Southfield.
Sandy Baumann will speak on
"I Forget Where I Put My Mem-
There is a charge. For reser-
vations or more information, call
Leah Burako, (810) 661-3416; or
Ceil Jacobs, (810) 546-0294.
The ORT Tribute '95 Gala Din-
ner honoring Lois and Hershel
Sandberg will be held on Tues-
day evening Oct. 24, at Congre-
gation Shaarey Zedek.
Proceeds will fund the Lois
and Hershel Sandberg Room in
the new ORT Academic College
of Science & Technology in
For information, call the ORT
office, (810) 855-9820.
Dr. Sylvia S. Hacker, associate
professor of community health
nursing at the University of
Michigan, will be the featured
speaker at the Oct. 15 meeting
of the Greater Detroit Chapter
of Hadassah Nurses Council.
The council will meet at 10 a.m.
at the home of Nancy Berman to
hear Dr. Hacker speak on "Fu-
ture Directions of Sex Education:
Beyond the Biology."
Dr. Hacker is a frequent guest
on radio and TV. She is the au-
thor of What Every Teenager Re-
ally Wants to Know About Sex
With the Startling New Infor-
mation ParentS Should Read,
and the bi-monthly column,
"Let's Talk About Sex" in the De-
troit Free Press. She hosts an
Ann Arbor cable show every
month called "Sexy Minute."
For further information, call
Hadassah at (810) 683-5030.
Jeff Kaye, community shaliach
of the Jewish Federation's Michi-
gan Israel Connection, will dis-
cuss "Jerusalem, the Eternal
Capital City of Israel" 7 p.m., Oct.
18 at Willow Park Clubhouse in
The paid-up membership din-
ner is sponsored by Glenwood
ORT. Reservations are needed
by Oct. 11, and dinner is $7 per
For reservations or more details,
call Bette Rose, (810) 478-7334.
Questions about exercise, the im-
portance of annual checkups and
whether or not people should be-
lieve everything they read and
hear about health issues will be
answered and discussed by
WXYZ-TV health reporter
Denise Dador 9:30 - 11:30 a.m.,
Oct. 12 at the Townsend Hotel
The "Getting Your Body
Ready for the Year 2000" Food
for Thought breakfast program
is sponsored by the Jewish Fed-
eration Women's Division, which
conducts volunteer and educa-
tional activities that focus on the
needs and concerns of women.
Registration begins at 9:30
a.m., dairy breakfast 9:45 a.m.
and the program promptly at
10:15 a.m. There is a $12 regis-
tration fee, and reservations are
needed by Oct. 6.
For details, call Sherry Shen-
born at the Jewish Federation
Women's Division, (810) 642-
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The Jimmy Prentis Morris Jew-
ish Community Center will pro-
vide Yom Kippur services for
unaffiliated senior adults. Dr.
Joseph Levine will serve as Can-
tor. Tickets may be purchased at
the JPM reception desk.
An intergenerational party,
Making Sukkah Decorations,
will be held Tuesday, Oct. 3 at 10
a.m. The JPM nursery school
students will join parents, grand-
parents and friends in craft ac-
tivities and refreshments.
Decorations will be used for the
The JCC and the Oakland
County Public Health Depart-
ment will sponsor a flu shot clin-
ic on Monday, Oct. 2, from 1-3
p.m. There is a nominal charge
for those who do not have
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"I'm going on my first trip to Israel and
don't know what clothes to take. Whom an I all to
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Service can refer you to people who
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One call can get you in touch
the Michigan/Israel Connection. It
knows all about travel to Israel, includ-
ing what to pack, currency exchanges,
sights to see, hotels and where to learn
some helpful Hebrew expressions.
The normal deadline for local
news and publicity items is
noon Thursday, eight days pri-
or to issue date. The deadline
for birth announcements is 10
a.m. Monday, four days prior
to issue date; out-of-town obit-
uaries, 10 a.m. Tuesday, three
days prior to issue date.
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written, double-spaced, on 8V2
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number of sender.
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