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June 25, 1982 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-06-25

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Friday, June 25, 982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Women's Clubs

(Continued from Page 41)

eon will be formulated.
President Mrs. Ann Rosen-
berg invites friends. Lunch-
, eon will be served.
* * *
NORTHWEST CHILD
RESCUE WOMEN will

Mack Pitt

and his

Orchestra

plus

Disco

Music just for you

358-3642

have their installation of
officers noon July 8 at Mer-
rick's. For reservations, call
Zelda Kay, 559-0516.

* * *

OR-
WOMEN'S
THODOX LEAGUE OF
GREATER DETROIT
will hold its 36th installa-
tion meeting 8:30 p.m.
Monday at Cong. Mogain
Abraham. The program,
chaired by Mrs. Sima Sel-
mar -and Mrs. Carol Perec-
man, will include a salute to
the 36 past presidents and
founders of the league. A
Viennese table will be
served. There is a nominal
charge.

Women Plan Installation,
Spiritual Adoption Luncheon

Greater Detroit Council, ical program.
Reservations are re-
Pioneer Women/Naamat,
will have its installation - quired. There is a charge,
Spiritual Adoption Lunch- plus a minimum contribu-
eon 11:45 a.m. July 7 at tion for the Spiritual Adop-
Hamilton Place, announces tion program.
For reservations, call the
Lee Wagman, chairman of
Pioneer Women/Naamat
the day.
Past National President office, 967-4750.
Frieda Leemon will be the
Miss Simkovitz
installing officer.
The program will feature to Marry in Fall
an original script by Irene
Shumer and Frieda
Leemon. Narrators will be
Degania Chapter members:
Jackye Drapkin, Carol
Knoll, Goldie Weizman and
Jacqueline Zeff.

Marion Bates and Roz
Kraus will present a mus-

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MISS SIMKOVITZ

Dr. and Mrs. Wilbert
Simkovitz of Oak Park an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Deborah
Susan, to Shmuel M.
Weinglass, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Weinglass of
Brooklyn, N.Y.
Miss Simkovitz attended
Wayne State University,
where she majored in occu-
pational therapy. Her
fiance earned a BA degree
at Yeshiva University and
an MA degree at Columbia
University.
A September wedding is
planned.

Perri Kanat
Plans to Marry

Propaganda Film Protested

An Oak Park man has
written to WGPR-TV (Ch.
62) to protest the airing of a
Palestine Liberation
Organization propaganda
film and what he termed
"biased reporting" on news-
casts on Israel's invasion of
Lebanon.
Maxwell Reichstein pro-
tested the showing of the
film, "The Children of
Palestine," at 12:30 a.m.
June 13. He said the film
was aired on the "Arab
Voice" program.

Station manager Tenicia
Gregory, vice president of
the black-owned WGPR, re-
sponded to Reichstein's pro-
test this week. In her letter,
Ms. Gregory said that air
time for the film was pur-
chased, and that similar
time can be purchased by
any group. She said the
American Jewish Congress
airs a weekly program on
that basis.
Ms. Gregory flatly denied
that the station presents
any bias in its newscasts.

Fruit Compote

FRUIT BASKETS
FOR ALL
OCCASIONS

By NORMA BARACH

(Copyright 1982, JTA, Inc.)

1 lb. fresh strawberries
1 lb. apples
1 large can pears
Wash, hull and slice straw-
berries in half. Peel and slice
the apples. Cook strawberries
and apples in the pear liquid
from the can. Cook until
apples are soft. Cool and add
pears which have also been
sliced. Refrigerate and serve
when cold. Serves 8.

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11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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WHILE THEY LAST!

MISS KANAT

Dr. Irvin Kanat and Mrs.
Nora Stone announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter, Perri Hope Kanat, to
Nathan Israel Rosen, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Pesach Rosen
of Tel Aviv, Israel.
Miss Kanat earned a BA
degree in special education
at Michigan State Univer-
sity.
An October wedding is
planned.

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Elect Physician

Dr. George A. Dean of
Birmingham was elected
president of the newly
formed Family Health In-
stitute of Michigan.
The institute, founded
last December, is engaged
in encouraging medical
students to pursue family
-practice as a specialty.

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