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March 27, 1970 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-03-27

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The Bnai Brith Women's Council
of Metropolitan Detroit will hold
its membership and membership-
retention spring festival luncheon
noon Monday at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek.
Mrs. Julius Berke, president-
elect of Bnai Brith Women District
6 ,will be guest speaker. "The Jews
Are a Dancing People," a lecture-
demonstration on Yemenite-Jew-
ish-Israeli dance, will be perform-
ed by members of the Jewish
Center Festival Dancers, directed
by Harriet Berg. Detroit actress
Evelyn Orbach will narrate his-

g ewry

Mortgage Lending Up in Tri-County Area

torical background on each dance.
t.,-
Two all-expenses-paid trips for
two to the Bahamas will be award-
This
Week's
Radio
and
ed, one to a new member of Bnai
Television Programs
Brith Women and the other to a
gold honor card member. Other
THE LUBAVITCH
prizes will be awarded.
JEWISH HOUR
For reservations call council Time: 8 a.m. Sunday
ticket chairman Mrs. Jack Dech-
Station: WKNR
ter, 358-5069, or Mrs. Joseph Feature: "The Complete Story of
Snyder, 644-1787.
Passover—Part I." is the first
Chairmen are Mesdames Andrew
in a new series of programs on
Berger, membership chairman;
Passover. Melodies will be sung
Joseph Rodm a n, membership-
by the Pirchei Youth Choir.
retention chairman; and Allen
• • •
Weitzman, president, Bnai Brith
HIGHLIGHTS
Women's Council.
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday
Station: Channel 2
Feature: First in a series of three
programs entitled "The Chal-
lenge of Today's Children," will
feature Dr. George Barahal, pro-
fessor of educational and clini-
HARRY B. KEIDAN CHAPTER
cal psychology at Wayne State
will hold its installation luncheon
University; Samuel Lerner, di-
12:30 p.m. April 6 at the Rascal
rector of Jewish Family and Chil-
House. Mrs. Alfred E. Lakin, past
dren's Service; and Rabbi M.
president of District 6, will install
Robert Syme of Temple Israel,
the officers: Mesdames Saul Rott,
the host. They will explore the
president; Abe Alpert and Sam
effect of today's emotional cli-
Brickner, vice presidents; Irving
mate on the young.
Shonbrom, Robert Kranitz, Ella
• * •
Velick, and Josephine Kazden,
IN CONTACT
secretaries; and Theodore Wein- Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
berg, treasurer. Entertainment is Station: WJR
planned. For reservations, call the Feature: Man and religion are
chairman, Mrs. Morrie Direnfeld,
placed "in contact."
• • o
LI 6-9744.
o • •
ETERNAL LIGHT
Time:
10:30
p.m.
Sunday
MOTOR CITY LODGE, at a re-
cent meeting, elected the following Station: WWJ
Feature:
"Being
and
Becoming,"
officers: Ben Schneider, president;
sixth in a series of programs en-
Larry Margolin, Joe Levine and
titled
"A
Goodly
Heritage

James 0. Brown, vice presidents;
Modern Pioneers of the Mid-
Sidney Schechter, Julius Chupak
west,"
is
a
drama
about
the
and Vick Budaj, secretaries; Harry
career of Louis D. Brandeis, the
Levin, chaplain; Morris Zarem-
first Jew ever appointed to the
berg, warden; Albert Sage, guar-
United States Supreme Court.
dian; Jack Miller, Ralph Bensman,
• * o
Henry Levin and Joe Smaller,
HEAR OUR VOICE
trustees.
Time: 11:30 a.m. Sunday
Station: WCAR
Children's Home in Israel Feature: The series, "Living Mu-
sic of the Synagogue," will con-
tinue with "Instruments in Wor-
Dedicated by BB Women
ship."
A Sabbath morning serv-
JERUSALEM — Ground was
ice from the chapel of the He-
broken at Bayit Vegan in Jeru-
brew
Union
College of Jeru-
salem for a new $250,000 center
salem will be aired and com-
for the children's home sponsored
mented
on
by
Cantor Harold Or-
by the Bnai Brith Women of
bach.
America.
Minister of Welfare Dr. Josef
COMMUNITY CURRENTS
Burg attended the ceremonies. Time: 7 a.m. Sunday
Mrs_ Betty Shapiro, president of Station: WDEE
Bnai Brith Women, said the home Feature: In "A Chat with Moshe
was begun in 1943 and has since
Kol," the Israeli minister of
helped more than 600 disturbed
tourism and development will in-
boys become healthy citizens.
terviewed by Evelyn Orbach.
• • •
THE VOICE OF ISRAEL
Time: 6:30 p.m. Sunday
Station: WMZK—FM (97.9)
Feature: This program will fea-
The once-in-a-generation exhibi-
ture an interview with Israeli
tion of REMBRANDT AFTER 300
minister of tourism, Moshe Kol.
YEARS continues at the Detroit
It will also include an interview
Institute of Arts through April 5.
with Col. Yitzhak Yitzhaki and
Masterpieces by the Dutch master
songs and news in Hebrew and
and 20 of his most eminent stu-
English.
dents were loaned by 11 countries
for the exhibit. Special hours are
currently in effect for the duration
of the exhibit. The museum is open
9:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Tuesday
through Sunday.

On die Ar

An increase in mortgage-lend-
ing totals in Wayne, Oakland and
Macomb counties was revealed
when Lawyers Title Insurance
Corp.'s Michigan state office at
735 Griswould issued the annual
mortgage summary for 1969.
Total for the year in the three
counties was $1,944,520,660, as
compared to $1,812,822,674 in 1968.
Ten years ago, according to the
Lawyers Title records, the grand
total of mortgage lending in
Wayne, Oakland and Macomb
counties was $939,063,658.
Thus the grand totals of 1969
were more than double those" of

DEBORAH CHAPTER recently
held its fifth annual installation of
officers, with Mrs. Sidney Eidel-
man, past president of the Bnai
Brith Women's Council of Metro-
politan Detroit, installing the fol-
lowing: Mesdames Sandy Sher-
man, president; Donald Davis,
Stuart Pearlman and Burton Le-
vitt, vice presidents; Richard
Greenstein, treasurer; and Michael
Berger, Alan Herskovitz and• Aron
Lola, secretaries.
• • •

GALILEE CHAPTER installed
the following newly elected officers
at a dinner in their honor: Mes-
dames Lewis Cooke, president;
Joseph Dobrusin, Seymore Wein-
stein and Philip Cutler, vice presi-
dents; Harold Michaels, treasurer:
and Michael Rosenberg, Paul
Schreiman and Marvin Bernstein,
secretaries. Mrs. Leon Dreylinger,
past president of the Bnai Brith
Women's Council of Metropolitan
Detroit, was installing officer.

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man, Max Mine, Henry Poslaniec,
David Rozenberg, Israel Kozuch,
Mania Lash, Sam Moss, Abraham
Wolf and Henry Upfall. Installa-
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Tyner.
• • •

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