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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-06-10

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36 Friday, June 10, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Women's Clubs

TEMPLE BETH EL
SISTERHOOD will hold
its annual spring rummage
sale 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Thursday
and 9 a.m.-noon June 17 in
the temple. Among the
items to be sold are: men's,
women's and children's clo-
thing; toys; household fur-
nishings; and small
appliances.

* * *
NE GBAH SHALOM-
.. CHAI CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women/Naamat, will have
its installation luncheon
12:30 p.m. Wednesday in
the Kristen Towers, 25900
Greenfield, Suite 205E, Oak
Park. National board

member Ruth Miller will be
installing officer.
Iliene Winkelman will be
installed as president. Offi-
cers to be installed with her
are: Fanny Press, executive
vice president; Etta Kaplan
and Ruth Kimmel, vice
presidents; Charlotte
Baldwin, Riva Lahr, Eva
Rivkin and Ann Weitz,
secretaries; Lena Schwartz,
treasurer and Israel Bonds
chairman; Betty Gelman,
dues; Betty Order and
Frances Shapiro, bulletin
and darlings; Mrs. PreSs,
Naamat; Ms. Kimmel and
Freda Metz, publicity, Clar-
ion and certificates; Ms.
Lahr, Mrs.. Press and Clara

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Kleiman, child rescue; Ida
Kaplan, Jewish National-
Fund chairman; Ms. Riv-
kin, Histadrut; Etta Kap-
lan, canister; Rose Gayer,
membership; Ms. Rivkin,
Ms. Weitz, Sarah Wohl and
Ann Pazner, telephone
squad; Ms. Pazner, sun-
shine; Mrs. Press, council
representative; Ms. Kim-
mel, Jewish Community
Council delegate; Mes-
dames Gayer, Winkelman,
Rose Kleinbard and Pearl
Moskovitz, social commit-
tee; Ms. Gelman and Lillian
Lublin, spiritual adoption.
Friends and guests are in-
vited. For reservations, call
Mrs. Metz, 968-2560.

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home of Mrs. _Al Stern,
Program Committee
18804 Hilton, Southfield. members _are: Dorothy
will have a bagel bash lunch
Hostesses are Mrs. Stern, Feinberg, Marjorie Raskin,
noon Wednesday at the Mrs. Morris Berk and Mrs. Sylvia Messer, Edith Lin-
Knob-in-the-Woods Apts. Herman Hack.
derman, Adele Cole, Mimi
* * *
club house. Frita Drapkin,
Robbins Zelenko and Lil-
author of "A Tante Is Not a
NORTHWEST DE- lian Winkler.
Madam," will be the guest TROIT CHAPTER,
Project Chairmen are:
speaker. Guests are wel-
NJH/NAC will hold its an- Ethel Hyman, financial
come. Admission is nomi- nual awards dinner 6:30 secretary and treasurer;
nal. For reservations, call
p.m. Wednesday at the Sylvia Zell, dues secre-
Rhea Landsberg, 557-6974.
Bodega Restaurant, De- tary; Sarah Friedman,
troit. Awards for fund- corresponding secretary;
- HANITA CHAPTER, raising will be distributed. Anne R. Mentzel, record-
Pioneer Women/Naamat,
Guests are welcome. For in- ing secretary; Mimi Rob-
installed Belle Glenner as formation, call Serena bins Zelenko, American
president at its recent in-
Weiss, 557-2435k, or Faye affairs; Lillian Winkler,
stallation luncheon. Other Olshansky, 557-8137.
Israeli affairs; Molly
officers are: Esther Klein,
* * *
Diamond, child rescue;
executive vice president;
OAK PARK NSHEI Shirley Rubenstein,
Adeline Salinger and Ida
CHABAD STUDY donor funds; Pearl
Bailey, vice presidents; Lil- GROUP (10 Mile area) will Lieberman, Histadrut;
lian Meyers, Susie Meizels meet 4 p.m. Saturday in the Mollie Diamond, Jewish
and Shirley Herman,
home of Mrs. Moshe Fine, National Fund; Millie
secretaries. Outgoing 15000 Sutherland. The Weiss, Dorothy Abram-
president Sylvia Pine was
Nine Mile area group will son and Mildred Ross,
honored.
meet
p.m.,Saturday in the membership; Clare Wink-
* * *
home of Mrs. Yosef ler, hospitality; Selma
DAVID - HORODO-- Gourarie, 23161 Clover- Korn, publicity and pub-
KER WOMEN'S lawn.
lic relations; Esther Levy,
ORGANIZATION will
** *
sunshine; Ruth H. Miller,
meet noon Tuesday in the
CLUB TWO, Pioneer Ms. Korn (Alternate),
Community
Women/Naamat, will have Jewish
delegate;
a Spiritual Adoption lunch- Council
eon 11:30 a.m. Monday in Mildred Neumark, phone
the Kristen Towers, 25900 co-ordinator; Phyllis
Greenfield, Suite 205E, Oak Korn, aliya chairman;
BERKLEY THEATRE
Park. Luncheon will be Lorene Spector, Soviet
2990 W. 12 Mile Rd.
served. There is a charge. Jewry.
Berkley LI 2-0330
Serving as advisers are
Proceeds
will go to the child
ALL SEATS
past presidents: Marjorie
rescue
fund.
Relatives
and
$1.00 AT ALL TIMES
friends are invited. For in- Raskin, Helen Posner,
formation, _call Jeanette Tania Saslove, Ann Bron-
Matt Dillon and his friends in
son, Vickie Leebove, Gloria
Serling, 968-8518. -
"THE OUTSIDERS" (PG)
Zabner, Sarah Portnoy,
* * *
Evenings 7:35 & 9:30
Clare Newman, Jean
Sun. Mat. 3:45 & 5:40
AVODAH - CHAI - Sussman, Pearl Lieberman,
BRANDEIS CHAPTER; Ann Barnett, Ruth Miller,
BLOOMFIELD THEATRES - Pioneer Women/Naamat, Judy
Krass, Lee Wagman
will hold its installation and Madelyn Liss. -
Downtown Birmingham
luncheon noon Jiine 20 at
There is a charge for the
2 Budget Theaters
the Whitehall Apts. club luncheon. For reservations,
To SWIM You Better!!
house. Bess Berris will be call Fan Bunin, 646-5337,
646-0154
installing _officer. Sylvia by Monday. Friends and
ADULTS $2.00
IsaacS is chairman of the guests are welcome.
CHILDREN $1.00
day. Harriet Goldman and
* * *
I - Exclusive!
Tanie Freedman will pre-
DE GANIA CHAPTER,
Last year's art comedy.!
sent a program of Jewish Pioneer Women/Naamat
"EATING RAOUL"
music. There is a charge. will have its installation
(suggested R)
For required reservations, dinner 7:30 p.m. Wednes-
Evenings 7:30 & 9:15
call Ms. Isaacs, 352-7167; or day at Minnie's Seafood,
Sun. mat. 1:30 & 3:30
Ann Gerber, 967-0246.
29101 Greenfield, South-
II - Matt Dillon in the
Officers to be installed field. Members will have a
critically acclaimed film version
are: Myna Stein, and Esther choice of scrod or pineapple
of the S.E. Hinton book
Fishman, co-presidents; boat with tuna. There is a
"THE OUTSIDER'S" (PG)
Rebecca Goldberg, Ethel charge, and reservations
Evenings 7:30 & 9:20
Disner, Mollie Miller and are required. Checks should
Sun. mat. 1:30 & 3:30
Mary Gilbert, vice be mailed to President
presidents; Lill Goldman, Karen . Berris, 22103
KEEGO CINEMA
treasurer; Nina Herman, Chatsford Circuit, South-
Where Movies Cost Less
Sylvia Brickner, Adeline field, 48034. Guests are
Bresoff, Dora Jacobowitz, welcome.
Orchard Lake & Cass Lake Rds.
1 1 /2 Miles West of Telegraph
Irene Lobell, Bernice
Officers to be installed
682-1900
Meyers, Bess Shiffman and are: Barbara Berris, Karen
Sophia Wineman, Berris, Marilyn Betman,
This ad will entitle bearer to
secretaries.
ONE FREE ADMISSION
Jackye Drapkin, Carol
Sunday thru Thursday
Executive board mem- Hillman, Judith Holtz,
When a second admission
bers are: Libby Dussalt, Carol Knoll, Sonia
is purchased
Mitzi' Field, Ann Gerber, Lipenholtz and Dr. Jac-
Offer expires June 28, 1983
Shirley Horowitz, Selma queline Zeff.
"EATING RAOUL" (R)
Pearl, Celia Simons, Bertha
Reservations are still
Fri. & Sat. 7, 8:50, 10:30
Steffin and Fannie Weiner. being taken for the Greater
Sun. 3:00, 5:00, 7:00, 9:00
* * *
Detroit Council of Pioneer
Mon.-Thurs. 7:00 & 9:00
ISRAEL CHAPTER, Women/Naamat installa-
Pioneer Women/Naamat, tion to be held June 23 at
WASHINGTON THEATER
will hold its annual instal- the Troy Hilton. For reser-
426 S. Washington, R.O.
lation luncheon 12:30 p.m. vations, call the Council
542-0082
June 18 at the Wing Hong office, 967-4750.
* * *
Adults $1.50
Restaurant, 31455 W. 14
Seniors 55 & over
CLUB ONE, Pioneer
Mile, Farmington Hills.
50G Sun.-Thurs.
Alice Ross will be the instal- Women/Naamat, will meet
ling officer.
11:30 a.m. Tuesday in the
Richard-Gere & Debra Winger in
Officers to be installed Kristen Towers, 25900
"AN OFFICER AN
are: Mildred Neumark and' Greenfield, Suite 205E, Oak
A GENTLEMAN" (R)
Belle Weisman, presidents; Park. The slate will be pre-
Fri. & Sat. 7:20 & 9:40
Fan Bunin, Betty Levine sented and a cultural pro-
Sun. 2:30, 4:45, 7:20 & 9:35
and Mildred Neumark, vice gram will follow. For infor-
Mon.-Thurs. 7:20 & 9:35
presidents.
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