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36 Friday, July 8, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Leonard Hacker worked
in the Catskills before
achieving fame as comedian
Buddy Hackett.

Pioneer Women/Naamat Plan
Spiritual Adoption Luncheon

Greater Detroit Council,
Pioneer Women/Naamat,
headed by Lee Wagman,
Restaurant
will hold a Spiritual Adop-
• (Formerly Spiro's)
tion luncheon noon July 21
25920 GREENFIELD at Litt&
at Hamilton Place.
Evelyn Noveck, outgoing
Oak Park
968-4060
council president, will be
OPEN MON.-SAT. 1
the chairman of the day.
6 a.m. thru 9 p.m.
Featured as guest
• BREAKFAST SPECIAL 99
speaker is Bess Berris, who
Nos.-Sat. 6-11 Le.
was selected 1983 Michigan
• LUNCH SPECIALS
Mother of the Year. Ruth
• DINNER SPECIALS
Miller, national spiritual
adoption chairman, will
,
Regular Maw and
present her with a special
GOURMET COUIITERSIDE
award.
SPECIALS
Mina Herman and
(Steak Dine, Caesar Salad,
Mary Shuster, canister
Veal Dishes, etc., etc., etc.)
chairmen, will present
Your Hosts:
awards to the five out-
\GEORGE & MARIA GOLEMATIS , standing fund raisers in

the recent spring canister
drive.
Evelyn Rosen, past
president of Shoshanim,
will recite the invocation.
Cantor Earl Berris will pre-
sent a musical program.
Mrs. Seymour Kraus will
play luncheon music.
There will be a "share-
the-fare" fee for those who
have 'participated in the
Spiritual Adoption pro-
gram.
Reservations should be
made by July 15. For infor-
mation, call the Pioneer
Women office, 967-4750.

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1 /4 cup sugar
44 cup orange juice
1 /4 cup red sweet wine
1/4 tsp. grated lemon peel
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sugar. Fold in V4 cup orange
juice, 1/4 cup red sweet wine,
and 1/4 tsp. lemon peel. Freeze
for ice cream, or serve as is, or
put under grill for 1 minute.

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Miriam Shenkman has
been named chairman of the
Israel Bonds Golda Meir
Club and Diamond Trustees
"Breakfast at Schubot's."
This event will begin the
1983 Golda Meir Club
(GMC) enrollment cam-
paign. "Breakfast at
Schubot's" is being hosted
by Douglas and Sydell
Schubot at Jules R. Schubot
Jewellers at 10 a.m. July 20.
The Golda Meir Club,
conceived in 1978 and im-
mediately endorsed by Mrs.
Meir, was launched in 1979
in the late Prime Minister's

memory. Membership has
increased substantially
each year, under the na-
tional chairmanship of
Roberta Peters, Metropoli-
tan Opera star. Purchasers
of $5,000 in Israel Bonds are
awarded a specially-
designed pin which identi-
fies them as GMC members.
This year the pin was de-
signed by Yossi Rosenstein,
an Orthodox rabbi as well as
an artist.
Rosenstein's paintings
depict periods of bibli-
cal history, but without
reproducing the human

Batya Celebrates Its 18th

(Copyright 1983, JTA, Inc.)
1 cup whipped cream

30770 SOUTHFIELD ROAD
lost South of 13 Mile 647-7037

DINNER FOR 2

Breakfast Event for Israel Bonds

ADULTS $2.00
CHILDREN $1.00

I _ HELD OVER!
The Greatest Biographical
Film of All Time
"GANDHI" (PG)
Every Eve. 7:00

11 - Roy Scheider in
"BLUE THUNDER" (R)
Every Eve. 7:15, 9:30

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Where Movies Cost Less
Orchard Lake & Cass Lake Rds.
1 1/2 Miles West of Telegraph
682-1900
Expanded paved lighted
parking behind theatre.
This ad will entitle bearer to
ONE FREE ADMISSION
Sunday thru Thursday
When a second admission
is purchased
Coupon expires August 1, 1983
"PSYCHO II" (R)
Weekdays & Sat. 7:00, 9:30
Sunday 2:15, 4:35, 7:00, 9:30

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Seniors 55 & over
50' Sun.-Thurs.

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DANGEROUSLY" (PG)
Fri. & Sat. 7:20 & 9:35
Sun. 2:00, 4:05, 7:20 & 9:30
Mon.-Thurs 7:20, 9:30

Shown at the 18th anniversary celebration of Batya
Chapter, American Mizrachi Women, are, seated,
hosts Barbara and Irving Nussbaum, and standing
from left: Rose Chessler, chairman Elaine Sabbota,
Andrew Prostak, Ronnie Berman, Janice Berkower,
president Nora Lessman and Toby Albert.

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Flint News

Flint Leaders Win Awards

The 40th annual meeting
of the Flint Jewish Federa-
tion was the occasion for
President Stephen Klein to
present gifts to Women's
Division leaders and the
general chairman of the
1983 United Jewish Appeal
drive.
Presentations were made
to Pat Hartz, Women's Di-
vision chairman; Maxine
Kronick, Women's Division
co-chairman; and to Milton

Shabat in Park
Planned in Flint

This year's first "Shabat
in the Park" sponsored by
the Flint Jewish Federation
will be at 6 p.m. July 15 in
Ballenger Park.
Participants should bring
candlesticks, their own
main course of food and des-
sert or side dish, according
to the beginning letter of
their last name. (A-M salad,
N-Z dessert.)
Camp Maccabi children
will present a program.

Women Begin
Mitzva Fund

Keren Or Group of the
Ann Lebster Chapter of
Hadassah has begun a
Mitzva Fund to pay the ini-
tial annual membership
dues for women who would
like to join the organization
but cannot afford to do so.
For details, call Julie
Michitsch, president, 733-
8813. Confidentiality will
be respected.

Weiss, general campaign
chairman.
Community leadership
awards were awarded to Dr.
and Mrs. Harold (Debby)
Steinman, Stella Koenig
and Esther Harris.
Peter Gluck received the
Pelavin Memorial Young
Leadership Award.

Flint Honors
Rabbi Schuster

Rabbi Gerald Schuster of
Flint's Temple Beth El re-
ceived the Bnai Brith
Flint Lodge's "Man of the
Year" award at a commu-
nity salute last month.
The community salute
also was the occasion to
award Rabbi Schuster a
tribute from the state legis-
lature, among others.
Rabbi Schuster took the
pulpit at Flint's Temple
Beth El 13 years ago.

NCJW Critical
of Hospice Rule

NEW YORK—The board
of the National Council of
Jewish Women, during its
annual meeting in New
York, expressed its opposi-
tion to the proposed federal
regulations on Medicare
reimbursement for hospice
care.
The board issued a state-
ment declaring that the
regulations would establish
an inadequate ceiling, well
below the original intent of
Congress and significantly
lower than actual costs.

face.

He began to paint at the _
age of 18 following a trip
abroad when he saw the art
of the grand masters. Al-
though he has not studied'
formally, he experimented
and perfected his technique -
from which evolved his
unique painting language.

"Breakfast at Schubot's"
will be open to all women
who make independent pur-.
chases of Israel Bonds -in
amounts of $5,000 or more.
For information, call the Is-
rael Bond office,557 7 2900.

Japan Taps
Israeli Computer
Know-How

,REHOVOT — Weizmann
Institute computer expert
Dr. Ehud Shapiro recently
returned from a working
visit to the Japanese Insti :
tute for New Generation
Computer Technology <
(ICOT) where, in conjunc-
tion with eight leading <r
Japanese computer com-
panies, a project aimed at
the development of inte-
grated hardware anc. ,
software systems suitable
for major computer applica-
tion during the next decade
has been launched.
The 28-year-old Israeli
was tapped to assist the
Japanese as a result of his_
previous work on Prolog,
the first practical pro-
gramming language to rest
on logic. The Japanese be-
lieve that logic programm-
ing, as opposed to more con-
ventional programming
languages promoted in the
U.S. such as Ada, will prove
eminently versatile since
is expressive enough to
coordinate thousands of
processors working at once.

Calgary Jewish
Population Rises
by 70 Percent

CALGARY (JTA)
Population data from.
Canadian 1981 census find-
ings indicated that between
1971 and 1981, the number
of Alberta residents iden-
tifying themselves as Jews
by religion increased by 70
percent.
The rate of increase was
considerably larger than
the rate of increase from
an earlier report on the
overall Canadian Jewish
population. It indicated
a total of 296,000 Canadian
Jews in 1981, compared
with a 1971 total of 276,000, 1
a seven percent increase,
according to a summary
published in the Calgary
edition of the Jewish Star.

Such a Deal!

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — The
Hebrew newspaper Haaretz
reported recently that the
best way to compensate for
Israel's high inflation rate
was to invest in land.
The paper cited a post-
inflation land appreciation
of more than 1,000 percent
for parcels of land in several
Israeli regions during the
past two decades.

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