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May 04, 1973 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-05-04

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

30—Friday, May 4, 1973

U. of M. Coeds Conduct Minyan

Jewish coeds at the Uni-
versity of Michigan organi-
zed a minyan and prayed
together at two Shabat Min-
ha services, Marsha Garland
reported in Nefesh, monthly
publication of the Jewish
Student Union at the univer-
sity.
Miss Garland wrote that
the minyan was preceded by
"a great deal of preliminary
discussion, planning and pre-
paration" and that "in trying
to find our place within
akha, some very important is-
sues are being 'put on trial.'
We want to know what we
can do and can't do and
why." She reported that
"several rabbis gave us, and
are still working on, a joint
halakhic opinion on ques-
tions pertinent to the wo-
men's minyan in order to
understand and clarify the
issues."
She emphasized that the
ten girls did not intend to

break Jewish tradition "but
to work within it to make
Shabat Minha more mean-
ingful for us by our active
participation." She did not
give the names or denomi-
nations of the rabbis nor the
site of the meetings of the
minyan.

NCJW to Hear

News Analyst

Orchestra and Entertainment

1

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647-2367

"Chef"calls it a complete
Spaghetti Dinner

but
the kids call it
an Italian feast

And what a feast it is—.
ready to serve in just about
12 minutes. Tender, freshly
cooked spaghetti. Lav-
ished with savory, piping
hot mushroom sauce, finely
seasoned and home-style
thick. Then topped with
zippy grated cheese,
u-m-m, Grandissimo ta'am!
And all the makings in this
one package—Chef Boy-
Ar-Dee" Complete Spa-
ghetti Dinner. Keep plenty
on hand for thrifty, family-
pleasing meals.

Martin Agronsky, televi-
sion news analyst, will ad-
dress the Greater Detroit
Section, National Council of
Jewish Women, at its annual
installation luncheon noon
Tuesday at the Troy Hilton
Hotel. Agronsky served as a
war and Washington cor-
respondent for NBC and
later became Paris bureau
chief for CBS. He has won
several awards for news-
paper, television and radio
For luncheon
reporting.
reservations, call the NCJW
office, 557-9604. Rides will be
provided on request.

Reading Council -
Conference Slated

The Metropolitan Detroit
Reading Council will have its
annual spring conference
May 17 at Farwell Junior
High School, with Mrs. Har-
riet Housman acting as pro-
gram chairman.
Dr. Anne Hughes, presi-
dent of the Michigan Read-
ing Association, will be guest
speaker.
There will be interdiscipli-
nary seminars, a variety of
educational activities and
commercial exhibition from
many publishing firms.
To attend, contact Mrs.
Housman at Region One,
8 4 0 1 Woodward, Detroit
48203.

Golden Ager 101

COMPLETE

Spaghetti
Dinner

with MUSHROOM SAUCE

bring greetings. Paul Perry,
president, and Mrs. Andrew
Berger, junior past president
of their respective councils,
will honor Sherman Goldman,
Charles Goldstein, Mrs. Myna
Moss, Molly Moss and Mrs.
S a m Bernstein. Goldstein
will be honored for 25 years
of dedicated service.
Moss, past grand president
of Bnai Brith District 6, will
present a special National
Bnai Brith Award to Sher-
man Goldman, national Bnai
Brith community and vet-
erns services commissioner.
Singer Irene Pianin, ac-
companied by Paul Pastir
and his Manhattans, will pre-
sent entertainment.
Admission will be a "gift
for a veteran," not to exceed
$1. Gift suggestions are wal-
lets, pen and pencil sets,
shaving cream and safety
razors, games and playing
cards (not hair tonic or shav-
ing lotion).
Refreshments will be
served. For information, call
OAKLAND CENTURY the Bnai Brith Council of-
LODGE will hold its next fice, 354-6100.
dinner-meeting 7:15 p.m.
Tuesday at the Town and
Country Club. In addition to
electing officers, members
will hear attorney Martin M.
Doctoroff, chairman of the
Michigan Regional Advisory
Board of the Anti-Defama-
tion League of Bnai Brith.
A former FBI agent and a
practicing attorney, Doctor-
off will describe the activi-
ties and working of the ADL.
All member of Bnai Brith
are welcome to the 9 p.m.
program.
* * *
DOWNTOWN-FOX CHAP-
TER will hold its next meet-
ing 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at
the Big Boy Restaurant at
Lincoln Center. "Ten for
Kaddish" by Israel Jacobs
Mrs. Max Robiner, presi-
will be reviewed. Prospective dent of Detroit League of
members and friends are in- Children's Asthma Research
vited.
Institute and Hospital, an-
*
nounces CARIH's annual
FRANCES SOLOVICH donor luncheon will take
CHAPTER will hold a cham- place noon May 16 at the
pagne preview and art auc- Raleigh House. A style show
tion, 7:30 p.m. May 12, at and music by Rosalee will be
Park West Galleries. The presented, according to Mrs.
auction will be held 8:30. For Joseph Landsberg, chairman
tickets, call Mrs. Steven of the day. Irwin Kornfeld,
Collins, 272-7429. Proceeds who is on the staff of the
will go to Bnai Brith philan- Denver hospital, will be
trophies.
guest speaker. Proceeds will
go toward treatment and
IVAN S. BLOCH CHAP-
asthma research. There will
TER will me et 8:30 p.m.
Thursday at C o n g . Bnai be prizes. For tickets, call
David. Bill Pogue, a Karate Mrs. Landsberg, 557-6974, or
Black Belt, will demonstrate Mrs. Edward Sklar, 557-6246.
15 basic steps of self-defense.
Sports celebrities will auto-
For information, call Mrs. Sy
Katz, p r o g r a m chairman, graph footballs and base-
balls to be given away at
968-4488.
the "ALL STAR BASH" ben-
* * *
SHALOM CHAPTER will efit party Sunday, at Royalty
have a mother's and chil- House, 8201, 13 Mile Road
dren's dinner and fashion in Warren. Bo Schembechler,
show 6:30 p.m. May 14 at University of Michigan foot-
Paradiso Restaurant. M r s . ball coach, will show foot-
Coleen Stobinsky, chairman, ball movies at the party. Pro-
is planning a fashion show. ceeds from the All Star Bash
Friends and relatives are are for services and equip-
welcome. Fore reservations, ment for the multiple dis-
call Mrs. Stobinsky, 968-8604. abled.

T h e Metropolitan Detroit
Bnai Brith Men's and Worn-
en's Council, in conjunction
with Pisgah Lodge and Chap-
ter, will sponsor a Commun-
ity and Veterans Service
Awards Night 8:30 p.m. May
14 at Bnai David Synagogue.
Awards will be presented
to individuals f r o m Bnai
Brith as well as from the
general community who have
given of their time to aid
those in need. Bnai "Brith
sponsors a veterans hospital
program, in addition to other
community activities.
Guest speaker will be Clif-
ford Nordstrom, newly ap-
pointed director of the Vet-
erans Administration Hos-
pital in Allen Park.
Mrs. Ira Albion, president
of the Women's Council, will

g3nat
Activities

MARTIN AGRONSKY

Larry Freedman

BB to Hail Volunteers

Bessie Davis, a resident
of the Mount Vernon Nursing
Center, will observe her 101st
birthday at a party 2 p.m.
Monday. Cantor Nicholas
Fenakel and the Golden Age
Choir will entertain.

BY POPULAR DEMAND!
Now Booking . . .

ED BURG

Fashion, Music
on CARIH Menu

and His Orchestra

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ctivities in Society

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mihaly of Nadine Ave., Oak
Park, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary at a din-
ner party at the Troy Hilton Inn. Honoring them were
their children Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pilnick, Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Mihaly, of Glenview, Ill., and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
S. Lastar, five grandchildren and friends.
Detroiters serving on the convention committee of the
National Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs, to open Sun-
day at the Diplomat Hotel in Hollywood, Fla., include I.
Murray Jacobs, Leonard E. Baron, Abe Katzman, and
Abraham Satovsky.
Cantor and Mrs. A. A. Rosenfeld of Kipling Ave., Oak
Park, have returned from. their winter vacation in Florida

President's Party for Criterion Club

Criterion Club will host an
invitational President's Pot-
luck Party for five brides
and five bridegrooms 9 p.m.
Saturday at the Gold Room of
the Country House Apts. in
honor of its members who
were married last month.
Cocktails and discotheque
will accompany the dinners.
Entertainment will include
the "Variety Yiddish Thea-
ter" and "20th Century Yid-
dish Humor" with George
Jessel, Myron Cohen, Mena-
she Skulnick, Larry Best, the
Martin Sisters and the Radio
Aces in a pre-recorded con-
cert.

"The Pace-Setter," the or-
ganization's official publica-
tion to be issued Monday will
detail arrangements for Cri-
terion's annual Maytime Ball
May 12 at the Southfield
Civic Center.
For information, call Pearl
Greenstein, 399-3718, or Betty
Weinberg, 559-5175.

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