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December 01, 1978 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-12-01

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DITDETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Pioneer Women Plan 48th
Annual Donor Luncheon

FACIAL HAIR
PERMANENTLY
REMOVED

Friday, December 1, 1978 43

Conservative Women League
to Hear Convention Reports

Greater Detroit Council,
Pioneer Women, will hold
its 48th annual donor
luncheon noon Thursday at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Frieda Leemon, national
president, will report on her
fact-finding mission in Is-
rael and on the needs of
Na'amat, the Pioneer

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Entertainment will be
provided by the Italian
Opera Company, headed by
Dino Valle.
Judith Holtz is chair-
man of the day. Admis-
sion is gained by a donor
pledge. There is a charge
for the luncheon. Trans
portation will be avail-
able by request.
Donor books, compiled by
Miriam Rose and Lorraine
Gale, will be distributed.
Esther Fishman and Mar-
garet Huppert are co-vice
presidents of funds. Betty
Rath is Council president.
For reservations, call the
Pioneer Women office,
851-0750.

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Late Dutch Nazi
Wins Film Prize

AMSTERDAM (JTA) —
Anton Roothaert, the
author of the Dutch novel,
"Doctor Vlimmen," now a
Dutch film which has just
won a Gold Award at the
Miami Film Festival, ivas
notorious for his Nazi sym-
pathies both before and dur-
ing World War II.
From the early 1930s till
his death in 1967, Roothaert
lived in Belgium as he was
persona non grata in The
Netherlands. In addition to
his "Doctor Vlimmen"
series he also wrote some
novels that are outspokenly
anti-Semitic.

Members of the Michigan Branch of the Women's
League for Conservative Judaism will report on the
biennial convention at a branch meeting 11 a.m.
Monday at the Livonia Jewish Congregation. Coffee
will be served at 10:30. President Sharlene Ungar
announces a multi-media presentation, "Convention
Revisited," will highlight the meeting. Delegates to
the convention were: Rivella Pressel, Cong. Beth
Israel, Ann Arbor; Sue Himelhoch, Anne Smith,
Carmen Rachwal and Carol Cole, Cong. Beth Israel,
Flint; Dorothy Chaiken and Sharon Leeman, Cong.
Beth Achim; Miriam Rubenstein, Livonia; Elaine
Merkovitz, Cong. Bnai Israel, Pontiac; Malca Muskin,
Ahavas Israel, Grand Rapids; Judy Roseman,
Congregation of Moses, Kalamazoo; Hanna Linden,
Anne Steinberg and Toby Dobkin, Adat Shalom
Synagogue; Jeannette Sklarchyk, Cong. Beth
Shalom; and Doreen Raskin, Pearlena Bodzin,
Jeanette Berger, Roslyn Weiss, Rosalind Grand, Rena
Tobes, Vivian Sharkey and Sharlene Ungar, Cong.
Bnai Moshe. Mesdames Chaiken, Ungar and
Himelhoch were named national board members.
Reservations should be made to sisterhood
presidents.

.

Pre-Donor Rally Kicks Off
JNF Women's Annual Drive

IT'S
DRESS
UP
TIME

We Have A
Complete
Collection
Of:

PARTY
DRESSES
Sequin,
Satin &
Silk

TOPS

There have been approx-
Participating in the 49th annual pre-donor gather-
imately 150 wars during the.
- ing of the Greater Detroit Wombn-of Jewish National
last_30 years.
Fund, which was the kickoff of the 1978-79 donor
campaign to raise funds toward establishing set-
tlements in the Galilee, were, from left: Shirley Kraft,
fund-raising chairman; Reba Bloom, president of
Greater Detroit Women of JNF; Philip Slomovitz,
guest speaker; Esther Palman, program chairman;
and Betty Silverman, immediate past fund-raising
chairman. The campaign will culminate in the
women's annual donor luncheon to be held Jan. 9 at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek.

and much more

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leader Rabbi Irwin Groner
review "Your Erroneous
Zones" and "Pulling Your
Own Strings," by Dr.
Wayne Dyer 10 a.m. Wed-
nesday in the synagogue for
the women's Town Hall
series.
Dr. Allan Gould, drama
critic, humorist, comic
writer and radio and televi-
sion personality in Canada,
will speak Feb. 8 at the
synagogue. Dr. Gould will
speak on "Laughter With a
Lump in Your Throat."

The public is invited.
For ticket information,
call the synagogue,
357-5544.

Mrs. Abner Ragins -is
chairman of the series. She
is assisted by Mrs. Elliot
Field. Committee members
include Mesdames Jack
Freedland, publicity; Mil-
ford Nemer and Alvin
Robinson, tickets; and
Robert Biederman, Jack
Green, Bertrand Jacobs,
Dennis Rice and Ben Safir.
Mrs. Robert Steinberg is
sisterhood ptesident.

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