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August 07, 1970 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-08-07

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Fresh Air Society to Hold Meeting

Anold Frank, Robert Kasle, Dr.
Marcus Sugarman, Robert Stein-
berg, Miles Jaffe, Samuel Schiff,
Dr. Leslie Pensler and Marvin
Danto.
Leslie Rose served as chairman
of the nominating committee. He
was assisted by Mrs. Samuel
Chapin, Dr. John Pollack, Dr.
David Faigenbaum and Fred
Winkelman.

The 69th annual meeting of the
Fresh Air Society will take place
2 p.m. Aug. 16 at Camp Tamarack,
Brighton, it was announced by Mrs.
Julian H. Scott, president.
The meeting will include the
election of directors, program re-
ports and a presentation of pro-
posed changes in the bylaws. Re-
nominated for a three-year term
are Mrs. Louis Harley, Mrs. Mil-
ford Stein, Dr. Oscar D. Schwartz
and Allan Nachman. Nominated
for a three-year term are Mrs.

Women's

Ladies of Yeshivath Beth Yehu-
dah and Women's Sabbath League
will hold an in-
itallation a n d
uncheon s p o n-
Guests who attend the annual
sored by Mrs.
will
take
a
guided
tour
of
meeting
Ida Friedlander
camper projects and see a variety
of farm animals that are part cf
loon Aug. 18 at
the camp nature program. The
Shomrey Emun-
campers also will perform Israeli
Synagogue.
a h
songs and dances taught by Is-
qewly elected
raelis who are engaged to work
President St r s.
at camp.
Leo Laufer an-
aounces that
Mrs. Joshua
Among modern singing groups
. •
Sperka will be
appearing at the 1970 Michigan
installing officer
State Fair will be the 5th Dimen
Mrs. Laufer and hostess for
sion, the 3 Degrees, Paul Revere
and the Raiders and the Friends the afternoon. Friends are invited.
of Distinction. The fair runs Aug.
28 - Sept. 7 at the fairgrounds.
DAVID ,HORODOKER WOMEN'S
ORGANIZATION will hold a lunch-
eon noon Wednesday at Federal's
Auditorium, 29720 Southfield, South-
field. For information call Mrs.

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Bar-Ilan. Central Psychology Bldg.
Gift of Abraham and Molly Borman

Bar-Ilan University's C e n t r al cellor of Bar-Ilan University, will
Psychology Building on the uni- be guest speaker at the Dec. 2
versity campus in Ramat Gan, dinner.
Israel, will be established as the

gift of Abraham and Molly Bor-
man.
Phillip Stollman, chairman of the
American Committee for Bar - Ilan

versity's extension program.

The Bormans will be honored at

the annual meeting of Detroit Com-
mittee for Bar-Ilan, at Cong.

Shaarey Zedek, Dec. 2.
The committee for the annual

dinner is now in formation, Stoll-
man announced.
Dr. Joseph H. Lookstein, chan-

Harry Schechter, EL 3-6674.
• • •
SIGMA ALPHA MU MOTHERS'
ALUMNI GROUP recently elected
the following officers: Mesdames
Max Lichter, president; Samucl
Hamburger, vice president; Harold
Tobias, Harry Colton, Harry Bas-
Ernest Golumbia, Adolph
kin,
Lichter and David Tann, secretar-

ies; Peter Altman, treasurer; and
Daniel C. Siegel, honorary presi-
dent.

CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women.
will hold its annual picnic noon
Wednesday at section three of th.r.. !

Oak Park Municipal Park between
Oak Park Blvd. and Gardner Ave.

For information call Yetta Weiner,
LI 7-9526, or Tobie Hochberg, LI j
7-3314.

BATYA CHAPTER, Mizrachi
Women, will hold its sixth annual
pool party and luncheon 12:30 p.m.
T:mrsday at Country Corners pool.
announces Mrs. Larry Berkower,
chairman. Contributions of a filled
dime bank will be donated to the
Fresh Air Fund for children in
Israel of Mizrachi Women of
America.

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Fall Merchandise
Has Arrived

NEW STYLES

University, announced plans for the
new building as part of the uni-

NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold a garden party
12:30 p.m. Aug. 19 at the home of
Mrs. Harry Kaplan, 15230 Pearson.
Oak Park. All proceeds will be con-
tributed to an Israeli home for
children in memory of Mrs. Kap- I
Ian's five children who lost their j
lives in a Nazi concentration camp. •
Friends and neighbors arc invited..

Comm.

Friday, August 7, 1970-23

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Center Offers Nursery
at 10 Mile Rd. Building

The Jewish Center announces
that beginning this fall its nursery
program will be provided to Center
members at the 10 Mile Rd. build-
ing.
With the addition of the 10 Mile
Rd. facility, the transportation
boundaries will be extended to in-
clude all of Oak Park, as well as
many parts of surrounding sub-
urbs, such as Southfield, Birming-
ham and Huntington Woods.
The 10 Stile program will be
similar in direction and scope to
the nursery school at the main
building, which will continue to
service Detroit. For information,
call the Center, DI 1-4200.

Radomer Society Plans
Board Meeting, USO Aid

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Saturday 'til 7:30

Radomer Aid Society will hold
an executive board meeting 8:30
p.m. Tuesday, at Workmen's Cir-
cle Center. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph

Weintraub will be host and hostess.
Nathan Wolok, president, has
appointed Mesdames Margaret
Garber, Lydia Slakte r, Sonia
Rolnitzky and Rae Weinman, to
serve at Downtown USO Monday
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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