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October 30, 1970 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-10-30

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Thursday to Mark Services Appeal Kickoff

The Metropolitan Detroit Bnai
Brith Youth Services Appeal goes
into action with its traditional kick-
off 8:30 p.m. Thursday at Cong.
Bnal David.
Rabbi Jay Kaufman, executive
vice president of the 500,000-mem-
ber Bnai Brith will be guest

speaker for this special event to
which the entire community is
invited.
Rabbi Kaufman serves on many
national and international coordi-
nating groups, including the World
Conference of Jewish Organiza-
tions, the Conference of Presidents
of Major - American Jewish Orga-
nizations, on which he chairs the
committee on scope and structure,
the National Community Relations
Advisory
Council and the World
10 Days
--/-1$360
Council for Jewish Education, as a
member
of
its presidium.
2 to 3 weeks
$399
Also present will be Mrs. Mil-
ton T. Smith of Austin, Tex.,
arrangements available for
second vice president of Bnal
Hotels & Sightseeing. Hun-
Brith Women, who will be guest
dreds of trips. Ask for
speaker at the women's special
gift "Silver Plate" luncheon
Fall & Winter Schedule
Thursday. (See story below).
A musical program by Cantor
For further information call or
Harold Orbach of
write
Temple Israel
will be a feature
of the Nov. 5
meeting. Cantor
Orbach is na-
23123 Coolidge, Disk Pork
tional vice presi-
391-71110
24—Friday, October 30, 1970 .
dent of the Amer-
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS ican Conference
of Cantors and
president of the'
Detroit Cantors-
Ministers Asso-
ciation. Cantor Orbacn
Anywhere
Call
Everywhere
Refreshments will be served. Ad-
YESHIVATH BETH YEHUDAH
mission is free, and there will be
no solicitation.
15751 W. 10 1 /2 Mile Rd.
Mrs. David Levine and Max
SPECIAL ISRAEL TOURS AVAILABLE
Kushner are coordinating chair-
353-6750
men
of the kickoff event. Mrs.
Eve. 862-0963
Irving Isaacs and Henry Edelman
are presidents of the women's and
men's councils. Mrs. Maynard
Kalef and Paul Perry are the
respective fund-raising chairmen of
the Youth Services Appeal.

MIZRACHI
TOURS To

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,

TOURS TO ISRAEL

MIZRAGII TOURS

TRAVELING

q3nai g3rith

for a

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Turn to

New Leadership

ELECT
SANDER
LEVIN

✓ ctivities

FRANCES SOLOVICH CHAPTER
will celebrate its first birthday
party 8:15 p.m. Wednesday, at the
Oak Park community center. The
evening will include entertainment
a n d refreshments. Prospective
members are welcome at no
charge.
• • •
ISRAEL LODGE will introduce
its new president, Irwin Barak,
and his staff at a dinner-dance 7
p.m. Nov". 7 at the Moon Supper
Club.

A couple of furry friends to be featured at the "Sliver Plate"
luncheon and fur fashion show of Bnai Brith Women's Council are
modeled by Mrs. William Nosanchuk (right) and Mrs. Douglas
Schubot. They are shown with Mrs. Irving Isaacs (left), president
of the council, and Mrs. Allen Weitzman, chairman of the luncheon,
to be held noon Thursday at the Town and Country Club.
a e •
The Bnai Brith Women's Coun- The program also will include a
cil of Metropolitan Detroit will fur fashion show.
launch its 1970-71 Bnai Brith Youth
Mrs. Allen Weitzman, special
Services Appeal with a special
gifts "Silver Plate" luncheon noon gifts chairman, invites all Bnai
Thursday at the Town and Country Brith Women contributors of $50
or more. For reservations, send
Club.
pledges to the Bnai Brith Youth
The 26 Bnai Brith chapters, un- Services Appeal, 21711 W. 10 Mile,
der the direction of Mrs. Maynard Southfield.
Kalef, Services Appeal chairman,
have adopted a combined goal with
Fns - TY AilPrivate -Air
the men's council of $250,000 to
Pantie( Rooms Desch
support national and local Bnai
Brith agencies and philanthropies.
Mrs. Milton T. Smith of Aus-
IN MIAMI REACH
tin, Tex., international vice
YOUR LOCATION FOR A
president of Bnai Brith Women,
SUN 'N FUN VACATION
will be keynote speaker at the
eAse DAILY Dee. I.15 per
luncheon. Mrs. Smith serves as
per. dbie. '15 of 117 rms.
$7.50. Dec. 15-Jan. 15.
chairman of the Bnal Brith
Add $2 dry. per pers.
Women's planning committee
Dec 204an. 3
Kitchenettes Available
and of the fund-raising cam-
1751 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
paign for a wing to the Baal
Brith Women's Children's Home
in Israel.

11

SOUTH SEAS

Branch 6 to Be Taken
`Behind the Headlines'

Norman Naimark, chairman of
Branch Six Poale Zion, announces
a meeting of the branch will be
held 8:30 p.m. Sunday at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Harris,
18255 Birchcrest.
Albert Elazar, superintendent of
the United Hebrew Schools, who
has just returned from a visit in
Israel, will speak on: "Behind the
Headlines — Ideological, Political
and Cultural Backgrounds and Is-
sues in the Middle East Conflict."

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