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June 08, 1973 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-06-08

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32—Friday, June 8, 1973

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

ttadomer Cites Member Couple'

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Midwest Pioneer Women Official
at Installation of New President

The Greater Detroit Coun-
cil of Pioneer Women instal-
lation will be held noon
Thursday at the Labor Zion-
ist Institute, with Judith No-

A lady who thinks young lated the following, which
turned 90 this week, and her occurred at a pre-party event
four children, 11 grandchil- at Joe Muer's:
dren and 19 great-grandchil-
"We were three couples.
dren were on hand to honor Champagne was served, and
her at a party.
she rose to give us a toast.
Mrs. Rae Thomas, a resi- She was magnificent; she
dent of Federation Apart- looked lovely. And when she
ments, was the center of talks low, you could hear her
attention Sunday at Stouf- as far out as the City-County
fer's Northland, where two Building . . .
of her grandchildren, Dr.
"When the Muer brothers
Paul Gold and Mrs. Milton brought a cake and candles
(Sheryl) Gordon, hosted the to the table and wished her
party.
Happy Birthday, they said
Mrs. Thomas, a lively
At the Radomer Aid Society Israel anniversary night, woman who likes to play the cake was on the house.
She says: 'And what about
at which nearly $10,000 was subscribed in Israel Bonds, cards each night, then watch
the dinner?' Joe -Muer
Hyman and Fanny Greenbaum hold the State of Israel the Johnny Carson show till
answers: 'When you come
Scroll of Honor which names them. In the back are, its conclusion, still manages
back at 100 — that, too, will
from left, Louis E. Levitan, Detroit Israel Bond director; to be lup in the morning to
be on the house.' She retali-
Max Sosin, entertainer; Mrs. Sol Ager, vice president of catch the minibus to the Jew-
ates 'by saying, 'I will be
the society; and Nathan Wolok, president.
ish, Vocational Service Work- back — what is another 10

former Detroit teacher, has
a bachelors degree in home
economics from Wayne State
University. A member of
Pioneer Women for 14 years,
she has served as executive
vice president of the council
and vice president of educa-
tion. Married to Victor, Ross,
she is the mother of three
chldren.
Mrs. Novick, president of
Chicago Pioneer Women for
four years, has made numer-
ous trips to Israel to study
the work of Pioneer Women
—Moetzet Hapoalot.
Besides Mrs. Ross, officers
to be installed are: Ruth Mil-
ler, Dorothy Tendler, Adell
Ozrovita, Elsie Harold and Literary Award Going to Ruth Finer Mintz
Estelle Wilk, vice presidents;
NEW YORK—Ruth Finer ceive the 1973 Pioneer
Sylvia Isaacs, treasurer; and Mintz, an American poet Women Hayim Greenberg
JUDITH NOVICK
Adele Mondry, Blanche Tuch- known for her work involv- Literary Prize.
man, Lillian Shapiro, Sarah ing Jewish themes, will re-
The literary award goes to
vick of Chicago, national co-
Kanter and Celia Janower,
a Jewish woman writer who
ordinator of the Midwest
secretaries.
has distinguished herself in
area, as speaker.

Alice Ross will be installed
as president. Mrs. Ross, a

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Spaghetti Dinner

but
the kids call it
an Italian feast

And what a feast it is—
ready to serve in just about
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pleasing meals

Talk on WSU
Set for Women

Detroit Women's Division
of American Jewish Congress
will meet noon Monday at
the Labor Zionist Institute,
announced Mrs. Philip Rad-
er, president.
The topic will be "News
and Views from Wayne State
University," with Joel Kap-
lan, staff director of the Jew-
ish Students Educational
Forum. Kaplan, a graduate
student in the school of social
work at Wayne State Uni-
versity, has attended Haifa
University. He has been
working closely with Jewish
students on the Wayne cam-
pus and will report on their
activities and concerns, as
well as on campus activities
elsewhere.
A petite luncheon will be
served and guests are wel-
come. There is an admission
charge. proceeds will go to
the Loiuse Wise Youth Hostel
in Jerusalem, a project of the
national women's division of
American Jewish Congress.
Mrs. Maidda Rubin, presi-
dent of AJC Michigan Coun-
cil and vice president of the
Women's Division is chair-
man of the day.
Mrs. Philip Rader urges
Detroiters to use the Hot
Line service provided by
American Jewish Congress
locally. The Hot Line at 965-
5310, gives up-to-date news
on what is happening to So-
viet Jewry and other Jews
throughout the world.

Rae Thomas Dances Into 90s

World Title Due
for Miss Israel?

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shop, where she is employed.
Barn in Russia, Mrs.
Thomas came to this country
at age 17. She has been a
member of the Mozirer lands-
manshaften group as well as
the David-Horodoker organi-
zation.
Widow of Sam Thomas,
whom she married in Russia,
Mrs. Thomas has two sons,
Harry and Max, and two
daughters, Mrs. Barney
,(Minnie) Broner and Rose.

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Co-Op Council
Meeting Slated

Cooperative Council, serv-
ice arm of the League of Jew-
ish Women's Organizations,
Hebrew, Yiddish or English.
will hold its annual luncheon,
It is being given to Mrs.
hosted by the Ladies Auxil-
Mintz for her book of poetry,
iary of the Jewish War Vet-
"Traveler Through Time,"
erans Department of Michi-
published by Jonathan David
gan, noon Wednesday at the
Rose
Thomas
describes
her
Publishers in 1970.
mother as "beautiful inside JWV Memorial Home.

— of soul and spirit." One
of her favorite sayings is
"You never know what's
around the corner," a way of
saying that she's always
The Michigan Region of ready for new and better
Women's American ORT will things.
hold its annual planning con
Mrs. Thomas' daughter re-

ORT Planning
Event Slated

ference 7 p.m. Tuesday at
Stevenson Elementary School.
Mrs. Bertram Adler, presi-
dent of the region, will pro-
ject goals for the year during
the plenary session, and the
movie "Hands of the Future"
will be shown. The invocation
will be given by Mrs. Jack
Rubin.
Workshops will be con-
ducted by region board mem-
bers Mesdames Bertram
Adler, Daniel Allen, Saul
Chudnow, Eugene Levine,
Terry Podolsky, Stanley Mill-
man, David Redisch, Jack
Rubin, Fred Walters, Kurt
Traub. Charles Weiner, Sid
ney Feldman, Ellis Roth,
Leonard Schreiber, Arthur
Schlesinger, Hyman Jackson,
Stewart Frank, Harvey Olson,
Marvin Rivkin, Ronald Sherr
and Allen Rosenfeld.
The conference is under the
chairmanship of Mrs. Arthur
Lieberman.

Miss Israel 1973, 19-year-
old Limor Sharir, is a 19-
year-old, 5-foot-six-inch com-
bination of beauty and brains.
The honey-blond, soldier was
crowned recently by Mayor
Yehoshua Rabinowitz during
Tel Aviv's Spring Festival.
Miss Sharir (Shreibman) re-
ceived top marks in math-
mathics in her high school
matriculation diploma, and
*
*
she also excells in biology.
The daughter of a mathema-
tics lecturer and an English
COMPLETE
teacher, Miss Sharir, or rath-
er Miss Israel, will compete
in the Miss World pageant.
The Michigan Region of
She won a small car, clothing 'Women's American ORT will
with MUSHROOM SAUCE
Cocktails for Singles and other luxury items.
honor its honor roll members
The Swinging Singles, 25
at a luncheon noon June 20
and Up will hold a cocktail Garage Sale Slated
at the Troy Hilton Inn.
party with dancing to a band
These women have worked
9 p.m. June 15 at Alvaro's by Labor Zionists
and contributed to ORT's vo-
Elan Chapter, Labor Zion- cational training program
restaurant. For information,
call Henrietta Lewis, LI ist Alliance, will hold a fund- which operates 'more than
raising garage sale 10 a.m.- 600 installations on five con-
6-0903.
5 p.m. Sunday at the home tinents, teaching 70,000 stu-
of Mr. and Mrs. Haskel Ad- dents annually.
ler, 19430 Goldwin, South-
The Festival Dancers di-
SERVING ONLY
field. Clothing, household rected by Mrs. Harriet Berg,
PRIME AND
items, toys, books, and rec- will present folk dances co-
CHOICE MEATS
ords will be on sale.
ordinated to the countries in
To donate or for pick-up, which there are ORT schools.
call Karen Berris, 968-8126,
Mrs. Terry Podolsky is re-
or Mr. and Mrs. Adler, 354- gion honor roll chairman.
9076.
Chairman of the day is Mrs.
Merrill Gordon. ORT's an-
Member Detroit Retail
nual souvenir journal distrib-
Ex-POW to Speak
Kosher Meat Dealers Assoc.
Parents without Partners uted at the luncheon is head-
invites the public to a meet- ed by Mrs. Leonard Schrei-
ing with former prisoner of ber.
war Maj. Donald Odell 8:30
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The wise man is a greater
p.m. Sunday at the 10 Mile
Jewish Center. For informa- asset to a nation than is a
WE DELIVER,
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tion, call group services at king.
Horayot
the main building, 341-4200.

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