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November 14, 1969 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-11-14

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CENTENNIAL C.II NI• l'Ell ttull
sir - a lashion shot% and boutique
S ji in Tuesday it the home of
Mrs Ilcriry Leshm.m. :'r..10 Pii
tomac. Southfield .xrtieles i•re.II oil

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Bnai Brith Women's Council President

Franklin NVi.•instock invites friends
to Join m in a (lei'

Welt/titan served Block
Chapter as its president in 1954.

Now in paperback

Sono that time she ha. reinallic,1

aelvc ut Ilrial 111'1111 Women . , :lc
Illc
on
11:11 it , She is serving

7111Cliiii:111 Regional Advisory Board
of the Briar !trail Youth Ornamia
lion and the Nlichigan Advisory
Board of the Anti Defamation
Leanaie She and her husband Al-
len, who resid• n1 W Bloomfield
rounship. are the parents of a
tiall:;liter. Gloria. and a son. Ray-
mond. ho it it In his u ife is in
I Luta. %t here he is serving his

Incdical

:t 11(.tioll to Itt.lit.fit
I srael's - li ed C r os s.

A public auction to benefit Is-
rael's Red Magen David Red
Detroit
Suburban Lodge of Final Brill) 5
at
the
12
Mall.
Sunday
Southfield.

('toss) will he hold by

Among the items for sale will be
antiques. paintings. minks. jewel-
cry, rugs, art objects, appliances,
furniture, carpeting and gift items.

noon of Itinclicon

flasher is
Singer

—Saturday Review

A DELL BOOK $1.25

Canadian

7tIrs Julius Rini:,
who is a co chair-
man of Ihr Met-
ropolita n 111%1

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1,11 C.1 III paign and
a 1'ulrrnt hound::
lion area Chair

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Mrs. • Ring
Ilia n, annotincn

the Bnai Brith Services Appel
drive will end Dec. 7 . Inc inform:,
lion. call President Mr",. Fannie
Stockier, 513 I037.

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Rich & Rare
Whisky

Superb bouquet and flavor.
Handsome bottle, individually
registered at the distillery.
What more could you ask?

LOUIS D. BRANDEIS CHAP
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l
still present Mrs. David
Cohen. Yiddish humorist and story
teller. 12:15 p.m. Tuesday at Cong.
Beth Billet. A petite luncheon wilt
be served, and friends art- \Vet -





The Fifth

ALL TAXES INCLUDED



MINVID C4%4CIAN V.11,1. ■ ■•., n ..riu BY ASSOCIATED iMPOil TIN}
z. riON IS, PEORIA. ILL. EIGHTY PRoUl
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BUSINESS AND PROFESSION
AL CHAPTER Will feature a dower

Dr. Morris Starkman, a member

of Suburban Lodge and an organi•
ter of the Michigan Region, Amer-
ican Red Mager, David, pointed
out that the Israeli red cross serv-

ice offers first aid training, main-
tains aid stations and blood banks
in war and peace and runs the
Marcus Memorial Blood Fractiona-
tion l'lant in JafTa, considered the
most modren blood plant and re-
search center in the Middle East.

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Pisgah Lodge. Bnai Brith, will
celebrate its I12th anniversary
8:30 p.m. Monday at Cong. Bnai
David.

New Brunswick,

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New memhers who comprise the
Dan Levy Memorial Members-hip
Class will be initiated by the Pis-
gah Lodge degree team. headed by
past president Alfred H. Bounin.

Canadian Settlers
Close
to 2.000 Jews

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Red Magen David also has sent
tons of supplies and aid to Iran
and Italy after earthquakes. Bra-
tit after severe fires. Haiti and
and
Cuba followin g hurricanes
Biafra to allay widespread starva-
tion.

Ten men who will receive a spe-
cial award for 50 years' MCM her-
ship in Bain Brith are Morris H.
Blumberg. Aaron Droock, Judge
J. L F.Ilman. Maurice Glassman,
Ilarry S Grant. Israel Ilimelhoch.
.Tudge Theodore Levin, Isadore
Muskovitz, Meyer L. Prentis and
Milton Shapiro. Awards also will'
be presented to Pisgah members
of 25 years and over.
Morris Direnfeld, a member of
the Supreme Lodge Board of Gov-
ernors N%ill he guest speaker.

"THE MANOR opens
with a slew of smolder-
ing passions, and holds
the passions at fever-
heat to the last page."

RR

and ::antes 1 -. 01111-
raising chairman

Pisgah to Celebrate
Its 112th Anniversary

The towering
bestseller by-
Isaac

9970 Grand River
Detroit, Mich. 48204
WE 1-0620-21-22

Imported
from
Canada's
Oldest
Dist' ler

I a Mini - III.

Bloch Will Honor Mrs. Allen Weitzman,

Mr-

to drive your car anywhere.

Insured Drivcaway System

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Chapter %sin Irut• - 1 noon
h I 11111•1
Cow:
Progratii It a i run a II Mrs Lee.

Entertainment presented by
Ma% Sosin and are panied by
Eric 11.0sellow will N. followed
by ".% Special Happening." pre-
sented by members of Block
Chapter. Serving on the testi-
'al committee with Mrs.
Dreylinger are 31estlanies Albert
Deller, Julius Droz, Philip Rich-
man. Morris Richman, Isadore
Perlmutter, Jack Feldman, Ber-
nard Indenbauln, Charles Mauer.
Robert Ellis and Fly Ostrow,
past presidt•nt of Bloch Chapter.

ed

c,lirticnI., and Mil, r

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s Marshall Lodge and Chapter
Among those planning the L
left, seated), Norman Mlichlin.
Salute to Israel dinner dance are Or
Ben Goldberg, guest of honor at
lIrs. I mai. Dorf. Barry Dolt
Goldberg and Mrs. William Plotkin; standing
the dinner dance;
F. 1.e.itan, Louis Dorf. Mrs. l'harles Fink. Mrs. Roll
I
Joseph Feldman. kr •th C. Laker and William Plotkin. George
Jesse' Mill head the program at the dinner-dance Dec. 17 at Itnai
Oat id. on behalf of the 3Ietropolitaii Detroit Itnai Brith Israel Bond

t•r , . %OH it as mistress of cere
for the evening

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S Bloch Chapter will honor
Mrs .Olen Weitzman. president of
the limn Both Women's Connell el
NIctropolitan Detroit, al a testi-
monial reception S - 30 p u1. Thurs
day at Workmen's Circle Center
Amon;: (host p.0111: - . tribute to
NIrs Weitrman mil be \Ir. .loscl
Few- et...en. pre.,
dent of 1114. chap
ter. Ilcrinan ha
soil, president of
\Irt ropo11L: n 1 Dr
trod Itnai Brith
Council. Julius
Schlussel, pre
dent of Bloch
Lodge and a rep
resent aliv• of
District 6. Itnai
3Irs. W'citzman It r tIi Women
Mrs Lon Dreylinger. past presi
tIcill of both Couoell Bloch Chap

ashamed

of intruding their

subjective eimitions into the realms

of

To any state. Also drivers furnish-

Fully insured and I.C.C. licensed.

Mon

word o f progress.

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16-Friday, November 14, 1969
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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