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January 19, 1968 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-01-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

24—Friday, January 19, 1968

Women's

Children Benefit From Luncheon

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(Continued from Page 23)

AESCULAPIAN LADIES AUXI-
LIARY will hold a Valentine mem-
bership luncheon noon Feb. 14 at
Paradiso Restaurant. For reserva-
tions, call Mrs. Estelle Kaplan, UN
4-0183, or Mrs. Betty Robiner,
UN 2-4642.
* * *

OAK PARK NSHEI HABAD
STUDY GROUP will meet 2:30
p.m. Saturday at the home of Mrs.
Abraham Zentman, 24721 Radclift.
Speaker will be Rabbi Zentman.
* *

Mrs. Milton Atlas, president of the Youth Education League, offers
a helping hand to planners of the annual fund-raising luncheon (from
left), Mesdames Morrey Mandell, luncheon co-chairman; Jack Pin-
chuk, "Guys and Dolls" chairman; Mrs. Seymour Weissman, fund-
raising chairman; and Raymond Portney, luncheon co-chairman.
* * *
Youth Education League will
hold its 27th annual luncheon, cul-
minating its fund-raising efforts,
12:30 p.m. Jan. 31 at Raleigh
House, Southfield.
Singer Angelo Picardi and the
Hal Gordon trio will provide en-
tertainment. Luncheon chairmen
are Mrs. Ray Portney and Morrey
Mandell. Fund-raising chairman
is Mrs. Seymour Weissman.
Formed in the early 1930s to help
IT STICKS TO THE
indigent school children from age
6 to 16. Youth Education League
SPAGHETTI
has been primarily interested in
case work referred to it by wel-
fare agencies. private individuals
and other volunteer service groups.
The league renders personal
and financial service to children
from broken homes and families
of newcomers. It provides books,
school lunches, school transporta-
tion, clothing, shoes and tuition.

BETH MOSES SISTERHOOD will
meet 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at the
synagogue. Mrs. Florene Mark of
the Weight Watchers will discuss
her experiences in this field.
Friends are invited. There will be
a social hour following.
* *

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Every bit of its real Italian ta'am
gets into your mouth. Choice of

three meatless sauces: Meatless,

Mushroom, Marinara. Keep all
three on hand for tempting
variety.

1st CUT LAMB CHOPS
YOUNG BEEF LIVER

lb.

49c
GROUND BEEF
3 ibs.159
HOLLYWOOD ROAST
95c
CHUCK ROAST
69c
49c
PICKLED TONGUE
BREAST OF BEEF, trimmed lb. 89 c

lb.

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Adas Shalom Sisterhood has
scheduled its annual donor lunch-
eon for noon Feb. 7 in the syna-
gogue social hall.
Mrs. Joseph Katchke, president,
said the proceeds from the lunch-
eon will enable the sisterhood to
continue its program of service to . /
the synagogue; aid to the youth
department; scholarships; Braille
classes; and its j
philanthropic ac-
tivities in t h e
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community.
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Mrs. Abe Cher-
rin is donor
chairman.
Plans include a
catered luncheon;
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program, "I
Near Pickford
Haven't a Thing
To Wear," by
Closed Saturday — Open Sunday
Mrs. Cherrin Judith Keith; and
the presentation of two grand
prizes.
Serving on the donor committee
are Mesdames Carl Lichtenstein,
CALL US FOR THE FINEST
Norman Leemon, Albert Potiker,
MEAT
Martin Share. George Fleischer,
OR
Morris Samuels, Sol Hammerstein,
DAIRY
Sidney Schwartz, Nathan Starman,
Joseph Katchke, Hy Gordon, J.
AND CHICKEN DINNER SET-UPS!
Stewart Linden, Dave Epstein,
Theodore Thomas and Baruch Ul-
rych.
I • • Roasted Whole Chicken or Turkey with Stuffing
For information or tickets, call
p
• Cheese Blintzes
otatoes and Gravy
the synagogue office UN 4-7474 • , •
• Fresh Knishes Daily
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Beth Aaron Sisterhood will hold
a family oneg Shabbat 12:30 p.m.
Feb. 10 at the synagogue.
The congregation is invited with
their families and friends to lunch
and entertainment.
Tickets must be obtained in ad
vance by calling either the syna
gogue office, UN 1-5222, or Mrs '
Ben Z. Freeman, UN 4-5545.

ALL SPECIALS GOOD WHILE QUANTITIES LAST

WILL BE

THE
SHELDON ROTT
ORCHESTRA

SO •

Beth Aaron Sisterhood
Plans Family Oneg

KOSHER

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FINER

THE NEW SOUNDS OF ...

Adas Shalom Women
Making Plans for
Donor Luncheon

In addition, the league assists
with summer school tuition where
needed — including Hebrew train-
ing—and camp clothing.
As a member group of the Jew-
ish Vocational Service scholarship
committee, the league helps pro-
vide scholarships for young men
and women to enable them to com-
plete their education. It has also
established the Milton R. Atlas
Scholarship Fund for the gifted
child at Roper School. Mrs. Atlas
is president of the Youth Educa-
tion League.

BRAVERMAN'S

YOUR CANDID

The Jewish Center again will
make available summer member-
ships to children, teens and
tweens.
This special membership, valid
June 14-Sept. 15, will entitle young-
sters to all center privileges ex-
cept day camp, playland, Funtime
and Summerland, and they will be
available from the membership
department as of June 1.
The center will be offering to
this age group such programs as
Tips Tops, a drop-in program for
1st through 6th graders; Camp of
the Arts, a daily intensive arts
program for 7th through 9th
graders; Safari '68, a daily travel
program for 7th through 9th
graders; Teen Volunteer Corps.,
for 10th, 11th and 12th graders;
and one-week trips for teens to
Upper Michigan, Western Michi-
gan, Stratford and Toronto.
Transportation will be provided
for all of these programs.
For further information, call the
Center, DI 14200.

ROSENWALD LADIES' AUXIL-
IARY, American Legion, will be
joined by the post at a social meet-
ing 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at Cong.
Beth Yehudah, the post will pre-
sent the unit with a flag. Refresh.
ments and games will highlight the
evening,

yet so

NEW THICK
HOME STYLE
SAUCE FROM

Summer Cards
Offered at Center

• •


• • •
• • •
• • •


1Branch 7 to See Film

Branch Seven, Labor Zionist Or-
ganization, will meet 8 p.m. Sun-
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Friedman, 17197 Pinehurst.
Following a brief business meet-
ing, the movie "New Frontiers"
will be shown. Refreshments and
a social hour will follow.




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