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April 26, 1985 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-04-26

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follow. For -'regOrtiaiilealI 'the
synagogue, '681=5353,' to
2 p.m. • Moriday-S,'TiibSdayS or
Thursdays; or chairman Sylvia
Willner, 661-1864? •

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The sisterhood will hold a
one-day rummage sale May 16
at the synagogue, beginning at
9 a.m. For pickup or informa-
tion, call chairmen Ruth Weber,
851-3262; or Sheila Donnenfeld,
363-5414.

TEMPLE ISRAEL SISTER-
HOOD still has tickets avail-
able for its Artisans '85 show
and sale scheduled for noon-6
p.m. April 28 and 11 a.m. to 6
p.m. April 29 at the temple.
There will be boutique and
novelty booths featuring pottery,
glass work, weaving, jewelry

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will have its annual
luiacheoti on TileSz"
:day at. 12":39 -p.m: at the Lincoln
Towers Apts. club room. Games
will follow. Prizes will -"be
awarded. There is a nominal
charge. Guests are invited. For
reservations, contact Myna
Stein, 557-7981; or Mary Gil-
bert, 356-1034.

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PRIMROSE BENEVOLENT
CLUB Program Chairman
Helen Greenberg announces
plans are being formulated for
the 54th anniversary luncheon
to be held noon May 21 at
Hamilton Place. Husbands and
friends are welcome. For reser-
vations, call Becky Weinman,
545-6164.

Federation Women List „:,
Nominees For Officers

Marlene Borman
-- . has been
Marlene Borman

nominated as president of the
• Jewish Welfare Federation
Women's Division, whose 39th
annual meeting will take place at.
11:45 a.m. May 30 at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek.
In keeping with the baseball
• oriented theme of the day, the
Women's Division All Stars will
11. perform an original production of
"Dem Ladees' (a spoof of "Damn
Yankees") written by Esther
Jones, Evelyn Kasle, Renee
Mahler and Melba Winer.
Election and installation of offi-
cers will take plade, With outgoing
President Ellen Labes presiding.
All contributors to the 1985 Allied
Jewish Campaign through the
Women's Divisions are invited to
participate.
Nominees for vice president in-
clude Marcy Feldman, Sharon
Hart, Nancy Jacobson and Linda
Lee. Sally Krugel has been nomi-
nated as corresponding secretary
3 and Geri Lester as recording sec-
retary. Nominated as designates
to the Federation Board of Gover-
nors are Ellen Labes and Jane
Sherman.
Nominated to the board of di-
rectors for an additional three-
year term are Francine Gold,
Cyrille Goode, Edie Mittenthal,
Judith Naftaly, Pam Opperer,
Marcia Parven and Nancy Jacob-
son.
Nominated to the board for a

first three-year term are Barbara
Berry, Kim Dickstein, Marilyn
Goldberg, Jill Grundland, Julie
Gurwin, Jan Hauser, Linda
Klein, Beverly Leuchter, Beverly
Liss, Beth Lowenstein, Susan
Miller, Donna Slatkin and Eileen
Wasserman. Hortense Falk is
nominated to fill a vacated term.
Harriet Colman, Rosalind
Schiff, Helen Shevin, Alfreida
Shiffman, Leah Snider and Reva•
Stocker were nominated to the
Advisory Service Council for a
first term of three years,. while
Evelyn August, Bernice Deutsch,
Vivian Deutsch, Ilse Doner, Jean
Frankel and Sybil Jones were
nominated for additional three-
year terms.
Paid reservations must be made
by May 22. For information, con-
tact Federation Women's Di-
vision, 965-3939.

S. Africa Topic - •
Of Breakfast Forum

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The Social Awareness Commit-
tee of the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion Women's Division will hold
the third of its "First Monday
Group" breakfast meeting series
8:30 a.m. May 6 at the offices of
The National Council of Jewish
Women, 30233 Southfield Rd.,
Southfield.
- This is the last meeting in the
series and will focus on "Trouble
Spots" in South Africa.
Native South African Moira
Katz will be this month's featured
guest.
Before coming to America three
years , ago, Ms. Katz was director
of public speaking at University
of Witwatersrand in Johannes-
burg, the only multi-racial uni-
versity in South Africa.
Carolyn Greenberg is chairman
of the Social Awareness Commit-
tee. Helen Shevin and Pam Op-
perer are the associate chairmen.
For details, call the Women's
Division at Federation, 965-3939.

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for a lunolaeaktd be
- held noon
May 21 at the Northgate Apts.•
club house. For tickets and in-
formation, call Mrs. Anna
Komisar, 557-9425.

MT. CLEMENS CHAPTER,
Women's American ORT, will
host a "Breath of Spring" lunch-
eon and fashion show at noon
May 6 at Hillcrest Country
Club, 50 S. Groesbeck Hwy, Mt.
Clemens. Boutique sales start-
ing at 11 a.m. will precede the
luncheon. There is a charge.
Tickets are available in advance
by calling Ann Emerson, 949-
3214. For free babysitting, call
Ms. Emerson..

BETH ACHIM SISTERHOOD
will hold its culminating Torah
Fund dinner on May 9 at 6:30
p.m. in the Wasserman Hall of
the synagogue. Marjorie Saul- .
son, Michigan Branch vice
president of Torah Fund, will be
guest speaker. Guest entertainer
will be Larry Bassin, guitarist,
playing Yiddish, Hebrew and
_ Russian melodies.
A minimum p8rchase of Torah
Fund cards, plus a nominal
charge is required to attend.
Husbands or guests- are wel-
come. Lotty Partovich, chair-
man, announces her chairmen
are: Fredell Whiteman, Alice
Cohen, Ethel Rossman, Lillian
Finkelstein, Lillian Katz, Es-
telle Wainer, Bertha Wasser-
man, Esther Grainer and Zelda
Miller. For reservations and in-
formation, contact Alice Cohen,
352-8327.

.NEGBAH SHALOM CHAI N
CHAPTER, Pioneer Women/
Naamat, will meet at noon .
Wednesday at the Kristen To-
wers, 25900 Greenfield, Suite :
205E, Oak frark. Canisters for
Spiritual Adoption will be dis-
tributed. For information, call
President Ilene Winkelman,
557-8431; or Etta Kaplan, 557-
5886.
The chapter will hold a reg-
ular meeting noon May 15 at
the Kristen Towers. Plans for
the June installation will be
made. Refreshments will be
served. Guests are welcome. For
information, call Mrs. Winkel-
man.

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