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June 25, 1982 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-06-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 25, 1982 41

Women's Clubs

DAVID-HORODOKER
WOMEN'S ORGANIZA-
TION will meet noon Tues-
day at Denny's restaurant,
26799 Greenfield, South-
field. Hostesses are Mrs.
Joseph Davidson, Mrs. Joe
Guterman and Mrs. Ben
Komisar.

nesday in the Kristen To-
wers (new location), 25900
Greenfield, Suite 205E, Oak
Park. Ruth Miller, national
board member, will be the
installing officer. Ilene
Winkelman is the program
and reservation chairman.
Officers to be installed
are: Ruth Kimmel,
president; Ms. Winkelman,
executive vice president;
Rose Gayer and Charlotte
Baldwin, vice presidents;
Fanny Press, Ms. Baldwin,
Betty Gelman, Reva Lahr,
Mildred Lazarov and Ms.
Gayner, secretaries; and
Lena Schwartz, treasurer.
Chairmen are: Mesdames
Press and Schwartz,
Naamat; Betty Order and
Frances Schapero, bulletin;
Freda Metz, certificates,
Clarion and publicity; Ms.
Order, darlings; Mesdames
Lahr, Schapero and Press,
child rescue; Ms. Order,
Jewish National Fund; Eva
Rivkin, Histadrut; Etta
Kaplan, canister and mem-
bership; Ms. Schwartz, Is-
rael Bonds; Ann Pazner,
Ms. Rivkin and Sara Wohl,

sunshine and telephone;
and Mesdames Order,
Gayer and Rose Kleinbard,
social. For reservations, call
Ms. Winkelman, 968-3972.

* * *

PRIMROSE
BE-
NEVOLENT CLUB will
have a business meeting 8
* * *
p.m. Monday in the Zionist
Cultural Center, announces
NEGBAH CHAPTER,
President Irene Rodman.
Pioneer Women/Naamat,
Plans for the 51st annual
will have its annual instal-
dinner-dance at the Furni-
lation luncheon noon Wed-
ture Club will be discussed.
III
NM en
Refreshments will follow
NARROWED:
I
the meeting. For reserva-
Lapels
$39
Pant Legs ....12
tions to the dinner-dance,
Shirt Collars ...12
call Ceil Mager, 557-5466.
Ties
5
* * *
BRAND NAME
GOLDA
MEIR CHAP-
SUITS
TER, Pioneer Women, will
hold a business meeting
WITH THIS AD
noon Monday in the Kristen
We have mastered,the art
Towers, 25900 Greenfield,
of intrictate fitting4 tailoring
Oak Park. The Israeli cash
shower
will be discussed. A
13vutiti3eitevio
cardiologist from Sinai
ETTER CLONES & CUSTOM TAILORS
Hospital will speak. Re-
LADIES' & MEN'S ALTERATIONS SPECIALIST:
freshments
will be served.
I
TUXEDO RENTALS
Prospective members and
Lowest Prices
guests are invited.
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N. of 10 Mlle 357-1722
I
I
* * *
o seisomoseemmeei No
ISRAEL CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women/Naamat,
will hold its annual instal-
HAVE A PIZZA
lation noon Saturday at the
Kristen Towers, 25900
PARTY
Greenfield, Suite 205E, Oak
BAKED IN YOUR HOME
Park. A petite luncheon will
be served.
Lee Wagman will be in-
stalled as president for her
third term. Other officers
are: Dorothy Feinberg,
By The
executive vice president;
PIZZA GOURMET
Fan Bunin, Ms. Wagman,
Edith Linderman, vice
presidents; Ethel Hyman,
financial secretary and
treasurer; Mildred Ross,
Sylvia Zeff, Sarah Fried-
man, Betty. Levine, Anne R.
dos, inft
Mentzel, secretaries; Sarah
• All Kinds • Antipasto Salads
Rowin, American - Israeli
affairs; Molly Diamond,
• All Occasions • Any Size Party
child rescue; Shirley
Rubenstein, donor; Pearl
Call 355-0072
Lieberman, Histadrut; Mol-
lie Diamond, Jewish Na-
Fund; Millie Weiss
rrnowNWITH THIS ADmmii tional
and Dorothy Abramson,
I membership; Clare Wink-
U ler, hospitality; Selma
Korn, publicity and public
relations; Shirley Rubens-
tein, special projects; Esther
Levy, sunshine; Dorbthy
GRAND OPENING SPECIALS
it Feinberg, Jewish Commu-
nity Council delegate and
U
programming; Mildred
Neumark, phone co-
ordinator; Phyllis D. Korn,
U Ruth Miller, Judy Krass,
Betty Halpern, Helen
Posner, Lillian Winkler,
Shoshanah Edelson and
Madelyn Liss, board
members-at-large.
MEN'S
Installing officer will be
HALF SOLES
Jackye Drapkin, council
vice president of programm-
NO LIMIT WITH THIS AD $12 pair
ing and education. New
members and life members
Top Quality Work & Materials
will be honored. Musical
U entertainment will be of-
fered by Tanie Freedman,
U violinist; Marlene Feld,
pianist; and Sidney Re-
31225 Orchard Lake at 14 Mile
snick, vocalist.
I
Facing Office Plaza
Hostesses are Lorene
I Spector, Lillian Winkler
U
855-9375
and Mary Grossbart. For
Mon. thru Fri. 8:30-6:30, Sat. 9-6:30
reservations,
call Ms. Bu-
Orthopedic Corrections.
nin, 646-5337; or Ms. Wag-
Ladies Handbags & Luggage Repair
man, 967-3257. Friends and
guests are welcome. There
.1e.: 11 °‘,°1
irts
m
is a charge.

20% OFF

(

SHOP THE SHOE STORE
; IN YOUR CLOSET

LADIES HEEL LIFTS
$1 5 ° pair
MEN'S RUBBER HEELS

I

$4 99 pair

HUNTERS SQUARE
SHOE REPAIR



CLUB ONE, Pioneer
Women/Naamat, will have
a luncheon meeting 11:30
a.m. Tuesday in the Kristen
Towers, 25900 Greenfield,
Suite 205E, Oak Park.
President Chana Michlin
will give her yearly report.
National Board Member
Ruth Miller will talk about

EARLY
DEADLINE

The Jewish News will
have early deadlines for
local news and display
advertising to appear in
the issue of July 9. The
local news deadline will
be noon Friday, July 2.
The display advertising
deadline will be 4 p.m.
Friday, July 2.

the spiritual adoption
luncheon and donor event.
For details, call Mrs.
Michlin, 968-5351.

* * *

FANNIE

GLUCK

PROFESSIONAL VI

LIVING MEMORIES

CHAPTER,
American
Mizrachi Women, will meet'
noon Monday in the North-
gate East Apts. club house.
Plans for the July 26 lunch-
(Coninued on Page 42)

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