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June 28, 1991 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-06-28

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I LOCAL NEWS 1111°'''ImmI

74

YEARS
AND STILL DELIVERING .. .

For four generations, Rinke Cadillac has been serving
its customers with extensive product selection of both
new and previously owned Cadillacs, complete service
and body shop facilities. And now with roadside
service, rental and lease cars.

R

OGER INKS DILLAC

Ralph Woronoff

Regional Council
Installs Officers

A General Motors Family Since 1917

1-696 at Van Dyke, Warren

758-1800

SMARTLEASE"

Roadside

BAGEL DELI & PRODUCE CO.

6088 W. MAPLE AT FARMINGTON RD.



851.9666

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SUNDAY 8-3
OPEN MON THRU SAT 9.6

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RUSSIAN
SCHMALTZ

BUMBLE BEE
SOLID WHITE MEAT

HERRING
$1.25 EA.

TUNA
$ 1 . 2 9 EA.

Limit 4

Wafer or Oil

Limit 4 Cans Only

3 DAYS ONLY
JUNE 28-29-30
SPECIALS
FINEST SMOKED FISH & DELI TRAYS
WE SPECIALIZE IN HANDCUT NOVA LOX

66 FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1991

Ralph Woronoff, from Ac-
countant's Unit, was install-
ed for a second term as presi-
dent of B'nai B'rith Michigan
Regional Council. Installa
tion chairman was Gerald
Corlin.
Peter Perlman, past council
president and president-elect
of B'nai B'rith District Six,
also installed: ,Fabs Kaldob-
sky, Ruth Lando, Kurt Singer
and Max Wayburn, vice
presidents; Leslie Perlman,
Jerome Olson, secretaries;
Elliott Ring, treasurer; Sher-
wood Berman, Jacob Braslaw,
Bruce Gorosh, Jerome
Helfman, Edward Krause,
Harold Lampear, Harvey
Olson and Richard Taubman,
trustees.

Hillel Elects
PTO, Board

Hillel Day School of
Metropolitan Detroit Parent
Teacher Organization install-
ed their board of directors for
the 1991-92 school year.
Sharon Levine has been re-
elected president. Executive
•board members are Karin
Steinway, past president/ad-
viser; Shelley Shindler, ex-
ecutive vice president; Sherry
Wolf, Stacy Brodsky, Bev
Phillips, secretaries; Wendy
Goldman, treasurer.
Newly • installed vice
presidents are Elissa
Friedlich, Ellen Maiseloff,
Susan Hollenberg, Lori Roth,
Beth Brandvain, Sue Kauf-
man, Susan Acrich, Shelli
Dorfman, Sandy Cohn, Susan
Rothstein. Also, Bobbie Gor-
don, Susan Loss, Thrri Farber,
Cheri Dworkis, Elayne Moss
and Gayle Bialick.
Members-at-large are
Helene Brody, Judy Kessler,
Sharon Lebovic, Sheri Loeb,
and Sheyna Wexelberg-
Clauser.
Hillel Day School installed
the following board members:
President, Howard Tapper;
vice presidents, Martin Gene,
Robert Schostak, Terran

Leemis; secretary, Susan
Shlom; treasurer, Diane Lutz.
Board of directors are:
Anaruth Bernard, Fred
Blechman, Helene. Brody,
Marcy Borofsky, Jenny Dorf-
man, Larry Charlupski,
Ellyce Field, Robert Finkel,
Jeff Garden, Lou Glazier.
Also, Marci Grant, Linda
Goodman, David Harold,
Nancy Kaplan, Susan Kauf-
man, Richard Kaye, Ruth Ler-
man, Sharon Levine, Beverly
Liss, Judy Loebl.
In addition, Susan Loss,
Allan Lovinger, Diane Lutz,
Paul Magy, Allan Nachman,
Diane Perlman, Sonia Pone,
Ronald Riback, Robert Roth,
Carla Schwartz, Shelly
Shindler, Rabbi Efry Spectre,
Judy Stern, Leonard
Wanetik, Trudy Weiss.

""1 FOR WOMEN h.'

Na'amat USA
Plans Luncheon

Edith Margolis, Midwest
area coordinator, Na'amat
USA, will speak to the
Greater Detroit Council at its
Spiritual Adoption Luncheon
noon July 25 at the Beth
Achim Synagogue.
Ms. Margolis has served as
national vice president of
Organization, as president of
the Chicago Council and as
Midwest Area Coordinator.
Her focus has been on human
resources development for
volunteers.
She has been a leader in
three seminars to Israel spon-
sored by Na'amat USA,
Na'amat Israel and the educa-
tion department of the Jewish
Agency, as well as a delegate
to the World Zionist Congress.
The luncheon is held an-
nually on behalf of Israel's
disadvantaged children. Com-
munity Leadership awards
will be given to: Paul D. Bor-
man, Jeannie Wiener and
Doris Biscoe.
A tribute will be paid to Ida
Gornbein for 25 years of ser-
vice to the Greater Detroit
Council as its executive
secretary.
Also being given recogni-
tion will be Sara Singer
Kahan of Tulsa, Okla.
There is a contribution re-
quired for attendance. For in-
formation, call Council office,
967-4750. .

Primrose Club
Slates Meeting

Primrose Benevolent Club
will meet noon July 1 at Lin-
coln Towers clubhouse. Plans
will be completed for the 60th
anniversary luncheon July 23
at Farina's.

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