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November 16, 1973 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-11-16

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Radomer to Honor
Couples at Dinner

Radomer Aid Society will
honor Mr. and Mrs. Meyer
Leshman of Southfield Rd.,
Southfield, who will make
their home in Miami Beach;
and Mr. and Mrs. Lou Gold
of Brooks Lane, Southfield,
who are celebrating their
25th wedding anniversary,
7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
Workmen's Circle Center.
Dinner will be served. Ar-
rangements were made by
Mrs. Sol Ager, vice presi-
dent. Toastmaster will be
Nathan Wolok, president.

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rach-Hal David musical that
enjoyed a long Broadway run
and national tour, opens at
Wayne State University's
Bonstelle Theater Nov. 23
for a two week-end run.

* * *

The Park Players will pre-
sent "SEE HOW THEY
RUN" 8:30 p.m. today at
the North Rosedale Park
Community H o u s e. For
dinner theater reservations,
call Pat O'Brien, 534-2920.
Dinner will be served at 6:30
for a nominal charge. Cur-
tain times are 8:30 p.m. Fri-
days and Saturdays, and 7

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p.m. Sunday. For tickets
The Tri-City communities
call, Barbara and Dennis
Davidson, 532-6751, or Betty of Bay City, Midland and
Gladwin will join in honoring
and Dave Szold, 835-6715.
Jack Wirt of Bay City in
recognition of his efforts in
Gertrude Kasle Gallery behalf of the Israel Bond
will have its third one-man campaign Nov. 25 at Bay
exhibit of the work of City Country Club it was an-
ADOLPH GOTTLIEB Nov. nounced by Dr. Milton J.
24-Jan. 4 at its Fisher Build- Miller, chairman.
ing location. The gallery is
Wirt, owner of Wirt Stone
open 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tues- Docks and president of
day through Saturday.
Michigan Ash Sales Co. Inc.,
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STAGECRAFTERS w i 11
open its 18th season with
James Goldman's "The Lion
in Winter" at 176 Bowers,
Clawson. Show dates are
November 16, 17, 18, 23, 24,
25, 30 and Dec. 1. Curtain
time is 8:30 p.m. with the
exception of Sundays, at 7:30
p.m. For tickets, call Mrs.
James Alexander, 549-2466.
*
*
Sonatas, solos, arias and
love songs will be offered at
the Oak Park Library 9 p.m.
Wednesday, sponsored by the
FRIENDS OF THE LI-
BRARY. Performers will in-
clude Theodore Baskin, as-
sistant principal, oboe, De-
troit Symphony; Philip
Austin, bassoon, Detroit Sym-
phony; Elizabeth Angel,
soprano; and Eduard Per-
rone, piano. Works by Bach,
Hollingsworth. Grandos, Grol-
nic, and Poulonc will be on
the program of this second
of five concerts to be offered
in the library by the Friends.
Coffee and conversation fol-
low at no charge.

34—Friday, Nov. 16, 1973

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Hillel L. Abrams, presi-
dent of Yeshivath Beth Ye-
hudah, announced that the
59th anniversary dinner of
Beth Yehudah Schools will
be held Dec. 2 at Cobo Hall.

throughout the country. Col
Heinl will speak on the Mid-
dle East situation, unknown
aspects of the Yom Kippur
War, and, particularly, what
the future holds for Israel.

A. Howard Bloch and Mrs.
Leo Laufer will be honored
for their contributions, efforts
and dedication throughout the
years on behalf of Yeshivath
Beth Yehudah.
Guest speaker will be Col.
Robert D. Heinl Jr., military
analyst who has been fea-
tured in the Detroit News and

Ernest L. Citron will be gen-
eral chairman of the dinner.
Sponsors are Jack J. Carmen,
Ernest L. Citron, Henry Dorfman,
Reubin Dubrinsky, Dr. Leon Fill,
Dr. Arnold Eisenman, Kenneth
Fischer, Sidney Fischer, Nathan
I. Goldin, Ruben Grevnin, Samuel
Hechtman, David B. Holtzman,
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The Jewish Veterans De-
partment of Michigan's coun-
cil of administration will
hold its next meeting 9:30
a.m. Sunday at the JWV
home. Breakfast will be
served at 9.
Commander Joe Bale will
present awards to the de-
partment's "guardians of Is-
rael," those who helped
raise money through JWV
to aid Israel during the war.

544-1411

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is a native of Bay City who
grew up in Detroit and
moved back to Bay City in
1940.
He has served terms as
president of Temple Israel,
Bnai Brith and United Jew-
ish Appeal and was co-chair-
man of the local sale of
Bonds for Israel in 1972. He
is on the board of directors
of the Bay Area Chamber of
Commerce and is a member
of the Bay City Country Club,
What is called resignation Elks, Masons, Bay City Con-
sistory and Elf Khurafeh
is confirmed desperation.
—Henry David Thoreau Shrine.

SOL YETZ-MORRIS CO-
HEN POST and AUXILIARY
will meet 9 p.m. Monday at
the JWV home. Hostesses
will be Anne Faber and Ann
Silverstein. President Minnie
Alpert requests that mem-
bers bring in canned goods
for a needy veteran's family.

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