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March 06, 1970 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-03-06

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Doctors' Wives Planning a Spring Tonic

Radomer Aid
to Mark 50th
Anniversary

Nathan Wolok, president, and
Mrs. Rita Ager, vice president, an-
nounce the Radomer Air Society
will observe its golden jubilee
March 15 at Mayfair Catering.
In its 50 years, the society has
made regular contributions to the
Allied Jewish Campaign-Israel
Emergency Fund, Histadrut, Jew-

Friday, March 6, 1970-23

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Criterion Comedy Night Cocktails, Dancing Set
Partnerless Parents
to Feature Film Oldies by
"Partnerless Parents" will hold

Criterion Club for single adults
will present a "comedy night" at
its open house 8:30 p.m. Thurs-
day at the Oak Park Community
Center.
The public is invited to see Char-
lie Chaplin in the vintage film,
"The Immigrant," Bob Hope and
Jane Russell in "Paleface" and
Abbott and Costello in "Knights
of the Bath."
The evening will continue with
social dancing and refreshments.
For information, call Betty Wein-
berg, program chairman, 532-8855.

a cocktail party featuring danc-
ing to "The Insiders" orchestra 9
p.m. March 14 at Holiday Inn,
Southfield.
For information, call Henrietta
Lewis, LI 6-0903.

Larry Freedman

Orchestra and Entertainment

647-2367

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The 24th annual donor luncheon and spring fashion showing of
lifialmonides Medical Society Women's Auxiliary, to be held noon

March 17 at Raleigh House, is being arranged by (from left), front
raw: Mesdames Sanford Bennett, reservations; Leonard Schreier,

SOUvenir book chairman; Richard Zirkin, tickets; and Louis Leipsitz,
President; back row: Mesdames Burton Epstein, souvenir book editor;
Burton Zack, souvenir book chairman; Ralph Coskey, tickets; and
Sander Klein, general fund-raising chairman. For tickets and infor-
mation, call Mrs. Coskey, 358-3460; or Mrs. Zirkin, 353.2025.

Women's

(Continued from Page 22)
MISHKAN ISRAEL SISTERHOOD
announces its annual games night
&30 p.m. Thursday in the syna-
gogue. There will be a selection of
gifts and prizes. Tickets can be
purchased at the door, or by calling
Mrs. Milton Wargon, LI 6-7532.
• • •
KINNERET CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will meet noon Wednesday
at the Sholem Aleichem Institute.
Frances Driker will present "news
and views." Hostesses are Ruth
Schecter and Mae Sklar.
• • •
PURITY CHAPTER, Order of the
Eastern Star, will hold an "East-
Weft, Night" 6:30 p.m. March 16
at Eureka Temple. For dinner res-
ervations, call Ann Efronson, 835-
0512, or Jean Schwartz 534-4887.

CluLs

EVERGREEN GROUP, Hadas-
sah, has invited Carmen Pascaretti,
of Wayne State University to speak
about "The Consumer in Today's
Economy" 8 p.m. Tuesday at the
home of Mrs. Raymond Berk, 14460
Winchester, Oak Park. There- will
be a question-answer session, and
refreshments will be served. For
information, call Mrs. Berk, 545-
3303.
a * *
FANNIE GLUCK CHAPTER,
Mizrachi Women, will meet noon
March 16 at Cong. Beth Hillel.
Plans will be made for the 32nd
annual donor luncheon, to be held
May 12 at Cong. Bnai Moshe. Guest
speaker will be Rabbi Milton Arm
of Beth Achim Synagogue, one of
150 rabbis who visited Israel on a
United Jewish Appeal survey mis-
sion. Friends are invited.
* * *
OAKLAND HILLS CHAPTER,
Women's American ORT, will hold
its annual rummage sale March
16-17 at the Ferndale Women's
Club. Hours are 9 a.m.-8 p.m.
March 16 and 9 a.m.-2 p.m. March
17. Dolores Fishman and Leah
Levinsky are rummage chairmen.
* * s
OAK PARK N'SHEI CHABAD
STUDY GROUP will meet 3 p.m.
Saturday at the home of Mrs. Wolf
Marasow, 13921 Northfield. Guest
speaker will be R a b b i Yitzhak
Kagan.
• • •
NORTHWEST N'SHEI CHABAD
STUDY GROUP will meet 2:30
p.m. Saturday at the home of Mrs.
Eric Greenbaum, 17564 Ohio. Rabbi
Greenbaum will speak.

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CITY OF H 0 P E CANCER
FIGHTERS will meet noon March
23 at the Raleigh House. The
Michigan Bell Telephone Co. will
present "House of Ideas." Refresh-
ments will follow.
a s •
ZEDAKAH CLUB will hold a
luncheon and games afternoon at
noon Monday in Knob in the
Woods community house.

Paths Through Prayer
to Conclude Next Week

Great Lakes Chapter, Women's
Branch of the Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations of America,
will be present the last of its lec-
ture series, "Pathways Through
Prayers," 12:30 p.m. Monday at
Young Israel of Greenfield.
Speaker will be Rabbi Aaron
Brander of Cong. Bnai David, it
was announced by co-chairmen
Mrs. David J. Cohen and Mrs. Joel
Litke. President is Mrs. Seymour
Ribiat.

Mrs. Ager and Wolok
ish National Fund, Batai Avoth in
Bnai Brak, Yeshivath Beth Yehudah,
Council of Orthodox Rabbis and
other causes. They also have pur-
chased Israel Bonds.
Entertainment will be provided
by Sammy Wolf, Cantor Hyman
Adler of Cong. Bnai David and
Max Sosin.
Other officers of the society are
Esther Wolok, treasurer; Lillian
Katz, financial secretary; Shirley
Finkel, recording secretary; Katie
Rubin and Sol Karpf, trustees.
Arrangements were made by Sol
Ager and Morris Greenberg, co-
chaimen; Ely Katz and Louis
Lumberg.

Head Art Auction
for Young Israel

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Mrs. Paul Mittleman and Mrs.

Robert Sosnick are co-chairmen
of Young Israel of Greenfield's
first art auction 8 p.m. Sunday
at Young Israel of Oak-Woods.
A champagne hour will precede
the auction, at which oils and
water colors by known and un-
known authors will be sold.

Children Unlimited
to Assist Causes
at Donor Luncheon

A benefit luncheon for Children
Unlimited to be held noon Wednes-
day at the Town and Country Club
will feature dancer Joanne Danto
and her partner Christopher Flynn.
The annual donor luncheon also
will include a fashion show nar-
rated by WJBK commentator
Jackie Crampton.
President of Children Unlimited,
an organization which supports
two homes for multiply handicap-
ed blind children, is Mrs. Albert
Burstein. For ticket information,
call Mrs. Burstein, 353-1782.

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Radomer Board Meeting

Radomer Aid Society will hold
an executive board meeting 8:30
p.m. Tuesday at the Workmen's
Circle Center. Disscussion will cen-
ter on the group's fifth anniversary
March DS, and other charity affairs.
Mr .and Mrs. Saul Karpf will be
host and hostess.

I like the dreams of the future A regular meeting will -be held
better than the history of the past. the following Tuesday, same - time

—Thoraas Jefferspn tkatLAilaAhe 4 Silt

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