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Join Israel's Team in
William S. Ballenger, editor and
publisher of Inside Michigan Pol-
itics, will address the Federation
Forum noon Thursday, June 6,
at the Radisson Plaza, Soutfield.
Mr. Ballenger will speak on
"From Pat Buchanan to Flat Tax
to Assisted Suicide: The Mood of
Election 1996." The Federation
Forum is sponsored by the Jew-
ish Federation of Metropolitan
A political historian, Mr. Bal-
lenger previously served in the
Michigan Senate and House. He
is the former director of the
Michigan Department of Li-
censing and Regulation and
chaired the governor's Consumer
Protection and Regulatory Cab-
There is a charge, and reser-
vations are required by May 31.
For details, call the Community
Outreach and Education De-
partment, (810) 642-4260.
* Hanes® White Beefy T, 100% pre-shrunk cotton, with
your choice of the logo position: full front or heart crest.
Youth sizes: S, M,'L $14 Adult sizes: M, L, XL $18
* Hanes® Sport Cap, 100% cotton six panel, low profile
cap. Full color embroidery. One size fits all. $18
* Official Atlanta 1996 Olympic Committee of Israel
Pin Two for $18 or one for $9.96
Shipping/Handling Charge $4.95 per order.
Allow 2 to 4 weeks for delivery.
The National Council of Jewish
Women, Greater Detroit Sec-
tion slate of officers and direc-
tors for 1996-97 were installed
May 20, at Congregation
Call 1-800-552-0000 x30
All major credit cards accepted. For bulk orders (72 pieces
or more) call Michelle Dwoskin at 404-816-6886.
The Sharon Group of Hadassah
will hold its installation lun-
cheon on Tuesday, June 11, at
noon in Congregation Beth
Shalom, 14601 Lincoln, Oak
Park. Cantor Samuel Green-
baum will speak on Jewish folk
Leila Stollman will be the in-
stalling officer. There is a charge
and a collection of canned goods
for Yad Ezra.
For information, call Dorothy
Israel has assembled its largest ever Olympic team to attend
the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games. In commemoration
of this historic occasion, cal11-800-552-0000 ext. 30 to order
your OFFICIAL Israel Olympic team merchandise These
EXCLUSIVE items are not available in retail stores. A portion
of the proceeds supports the Israeli Olympic Team.
Incoming president is Mar-
ta Rosenthal, who has an ex-
tensive record of NCJW/GDS
and community involvement
that includes: chair of NCJW's
Passport to Israel, vice president
of Community Services, as well
as past president of Sinai Guild,
vice president of Jewish Fami-
ly Service, chair of the 1996
HaZikaron Ceremony and chair
of Women's Hadracha Mission
to Israel for the Jewish Federa-
tion of Metropolitan Detroit.
Incoming vice presidents:
Myrna Edgar, Sheila Guyer,
Linda Bloom, Joyce Rubenstein,
Carol Weintraub Fogel and
Sandra Supowit. Other officers
to be installed include: Berta
Molasky, Sally Green, Judy.
Share Saretsky, Joyce Sher-
man, Linda Polk, secretaries;
Claire Kretchmer, Marsha
Zucker and Joyce Siegel, trea-
Members of the board of di-
rectors elected to their first two-
year term include: Debbie
Altman, Edith Broida, Shelly
Cooper, Marilyn Hoffman Ja-
cobson, Elen Labes, Marilyn
Levine, Susan Miller, Diane
Mondry, Ellie Slovis, Joyce
Sosin, Amy Steinberg, Roth
Waldfogel and Julie Zussman.
Members of the board of di-
rectors elected to their second
two-year term include: Lois
Granader, Fern Katz, Myrle Le-
land, Rose Lynn Schlussel and
Carolyn Schreiber. Honorary
board member this year is Do-
ralee Goldman. New Nominat-
ing Committee members for
1996-97 are Edie Hoffman and
The Primrose Benevolent Club
will have its next meeting on
June 3, at noon at the Lincoln
Towers clubhouse. A petite lun-
cheon will be served at a nomi-
The annual election will be
held at that time. All members
are asked to attend.