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June 18, 1982 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-06-18

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NE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

City of Hope Parley Here

Detroiters affiliated with
City of Hope chapters will
participate in the Midwest
regional conference Thurs-

day and June 25 at the
Plymouth Hilton Hotel.
Lorraine Schubiner of the
Helen Rosenberg Cancer
Fighters of City of Hope and
a national vice president,
will speak at the conference.
Attending will be Pearl
Friedman of Chicago, Ill.,
Midwest regional director.
Theme for the conference
is "You, the Volunteer." A
special workshop will be
held at 2 p.m. Thursday and
the plenary will be held at
10 a.m. June 25.
A victory luncheon is
scheduled for noon June 27
at the Sussex House.

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Beth AHM Bond Reception
Nets $125,000 in Purchases.

Host Families
for Teens Sought

The North Atlantic Cul-
tural Exchange League is
seeking host families for
French teenagers who will
visit the U.S. from July 5 to
Aug. 2.
The students speak
English and are provided
with pocket money, trans-
poration money and insur-
ance.
For information, call
coordinators Mr. and Mrs.
Julian Prince, 626-6641.

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Dental Grad

Myles Barry Koby re-
ceived a Doctor of Dental
Surgery degree from the
University of Detroit School
of Dentistry.

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GETTING THE CHILDREN
TO EAT A DELICIOUS
HOT MEAL IS EASY AS

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children will absolutely love it as
a delicious hot lunch and as a
tasty dinner side-dish. And so
will the adults! Either way you
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eat is as easy as Aleph Bez!

More than $125,000 in Israel Bond subscriptions
were realized at a recent reception held in advance of
the Beth Abraham Hillel Moses Israel Bond Tribute
Dinner honoring Rabbi Emeritus Israel I. Halpern.
The tribute dinner is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Thursday
at the synagogue. Shown at the reception, held at the
home of Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Jacobson, are, from left,
seated: Dr. Jacobson, Mrs. Halpern, Rabbi Halpern
and Mrs. Jacobson. Standing, from left, are: Dr. Har-
ris Mainster, Rabbi A. Irving Schnipper, guest
speaker Arieh Plotkin and Robert Naftaly.

Octogenarian Doris Gleit,
Active JNF Volunteer

At age 87, Doris Gleit of
Southfield actively partici-
pates in the JNF's Blue Box
cleaiances. Driving her own
car, Mrs. Gleit, who works
from an index card file,
covers every known Blue
Box holder in her neighbor-
hood — often collecting
from people who trust their
Blue Box coins to nobody
else.
This spring was Mrs.
Gleit's most successful col-
lection. Although she limits
her driving to within 10
miles of her home (avoiding
busy streets and freeways),
Mrs. Gleit collected $462 in
the recently-concluded JNF
Spring Blue Box clearance.
Her average for spring
clearances, she said, was
$300.
Born in Detroit, Mrs.
Gleit, with her late husband
Michael Gleit, operated a
men's and women's apparel
store in the Detroit area
until her retirement from
business 10 years ago. Her
retirement has been de-

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The Radomer Aid Society
will meet .8 p.m. Tuesday at
the Zionist Cultural Center.
The group's social events
will be reviewed.
New officers are: Nathan
Wolok, president; Oscar
Tuttleman and Helen
Greenberg, vice presidents;
Robert Dorn and Morris
Greenberg, treasurers; Mae
Weintraub, Lillian Katz
and Shirley Finkel,
secretaries; Louis Kline and
Sam Ager, trustees; Esther
Wolok and Ray Weinman,
sunshine committee; Sonia
Rolnitsky, Kline and Fanny
Kline, social committee;
Jean Feldman, publicity.

Schwartz Named

Alan E. Schwartz has

been elected a vice
president of the United
Foundation.

Remember your father, father-in-law,
grandfather, and all the big daddies on their
special day!

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DORIS GLEIT

voted to volunteer work, not
only for the JNF, but to
Hadassah's Massada Chap-
ter, Hadassah Eye Bank,
Order of the Eastern Star
and Beth Achim Sisterhood.

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FROM
GREAT SCOTT!

Radomer Society
Meeting Planned

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