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October 15, 1971 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-10-15

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Lynn Faber Betrothed
to Robert Heligman

I Bnai Stith to Embark on $300;000 Drive

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
38—Friday, October 15, 1971

The Metropolitan Detroit Bnai - we must recognize our obligation services.
Brith Council and the Bnai Brith to the Jewish youth of today—our
Other agencies which' benefit Center Course. for Women
Women's Council again are corn- Jewish leaders of• tomorrow and to from the campaign are the Bnai
Dr. Joel Cohen; a consulting
bining their efforts for the fourth the -many other world and local Brith Wrimen's Children's Home in psychologist, will offer
a,. special
annual Youth Services Appeal problems effecting our- people."
Israel,
Bnai
Brith
'Israel
Program,
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.
class
for m e n- in -."Human
Campaign.
Major
aries for the fund the. Anti-Defamation League, Bn ai Awareness for DeveloPment& 9
Goal for the fund drive. which I drive are the youth services agen-, Brith Center at Rochester. Min n, a.m.
Tuesdays starting next week.
supports national and local Bnai I cies, the Bnai Brith Youth Organ- Leo N. Levi Hospital in H ot To enroll;
call the Jeuish• Center;
Brith agencies and philanthropies.
ization, Bnai Brith Hillel Founda- Springs. Ark., and the Nation a l 341-4200, ext. 137. -
is $300.000. tions and Bnai
Brith vocational Jewish Hospital in Denver.
The drive will he launched of- i
ficially 8:15 p.m. Thursday at the,
traditional kickoff meeting at
i
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r
Cong. Bnai David. All members

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CONTINENTAL.- WATCH
Walker C de to Be Recent
ipi
& JEWELRY SHOP
and their families are invited. 1 ^ l'ilr-'
Guest speaker will be Sam 1 o t BD _ Great. Aniel
_
ican- Award

Stone, past president of District



JEWELRY AND WATCH REPAIRING
. ON PREMISES
-
Located in the ContlhentaI Modiet
Latest Fun and. Fashion
Watches and Jewelry

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Detroit industrialist a
6, past national fund-raising cam-
CIVIC
paign chairman and a member, leader Walker L. Cisler, a pioneer
of the Supreme Lodge board of • in extending the development of
electric - _power and peaceful em-
governors.
MISS LYNN FABER
ployment of atomic - energy, will !
Entertainment will be by Cantor 1
i receive
t
the 1971 National Bnai
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Faber of Hyman Adler of Bnai David and '
Brith
Great American Award.
Adrian Rd., Southfield, at a recent Max Sosin, honorary past presi-
The award,
presented on behalf
cocktail party, announced the en- dent of Brandeis Lodge. Refresh-
of the . Bnat - Brith Founda tion of
gagement of their daughter Lynn ments will be served.
-
the
United
States.
will be present-
Francine to Robert Jay Heligman.
, ed to Cisler at a 5100-a-plate ban-
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
- guet at Cobo Hall. Dec. 12. -.
Theodore Heligman of Edinbor-
;- Irwin 1. Cohn and Joseph L.
ough Dr., Birmingham.
i Hudson Jr...co-chairmen of the af-
Miss Faber is a sophomore at
' fair. announced the selection of
Wayne State University. Her fi-
Cisler, chairman of the board of
ance attends Lawrence Institute
the Detro it Edison Co. Hudson.
of Technology.
' president of the J. L. Hudson Co.,
A June wedding is planned.
::was last year's recipient of the
Humanitarian Award. „
WALKER L.- CISLER
i Banquet proceeds will help to .
Miss Cohen
SHELDON ROTT
Harold Jam
further the work of three youth, Max M. Fisher, a .eownicrrioner
ORCHESTRA
oriented prograihs conducted 'by! of the HMO. Foundation, is serving
Appointed to serve their respec- Bnai Brith: Hillel Foundation -
Featuring
oti ve councils as fund-raising
at ' as honorary chairman of the Great
chair-.
universities:
the_Bnai Brith Youth. American Award dinner: and Louis
VICKIE 'CARROLL
m en are Selma Cohen and Harold
Organization
and
Bnai
Brith
Voca--
Weber and Heiman Kasoff
'255-1540
i
Jaffa.
Both
are
vice
presidents of 1
.352-0937.
are
' •-th eir councils. Chairmen for the' tional Services,
Services Appeal chairmen for spe-
cial gifts of the Metropolitan De-
ickoff meeting are Mrs. Al Stein
a nd Herman Kasoff.
troit Bnai Brith CounciL

Mash* Chttqle. SankAnwicord

WPM.

210 S. Woodward, Birmingham

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Passport-Photos
2 f or s .3 . 9 5
Sack Door

J3J7al Orit4

DETROIT BUSINESS AND
PROFESSIONAL CHAPTER will
_meet 1. p.m: Oct. 24 for luncheon
at Greenfield's restaurant in Oak
Park. Madeline Belkin will show
color slides of her recent trip to
Australia.
Prospective members
afro. Rodman
bads Segel ' are- invited.
-
• a a
Mrs. Joseph Rodman and Louis
Segel, presidents of the - two coun- I LOUIS - D. BRANDEIS CHAP-
cils, said this year more -than ever TER will hold a dessert- luncheon
noon Oct. 25 at the Workmen's Cir-
cle Center. An attorney wilLspeak
for your party
Hillel Director to Lead ; on
"What Every Woman Should
Pisgah Panel on Drugs 1 Know."
• a a
By
Rabbi Gerald A. Goldman, direc-
ALBERT EINSTEIN CHAPTER
tor of the Bnai Brith Hillel Foun- will meet 8:30 p.m. Wednesday in
dation at the University of Mich- 'the Zionist Cultural Center. A slide
igan, will lead a panel in the dis- presentation, "One Hundred Years
cussion of "The Drug Problem and of Fashion." will be shown by the
Call
ur Children" 8 p.m. Monday at Detroit Historical Society Guild.
Cong. Bnai David.

a
Th e meeting is sponsored by
ZIEGER LODGE will present a
Pisgah Lodge, Bnai Brith.
! program featuring a Contact 10
Admission is -free to all.- and re- editor 8:30. p.m. Wednesday at
freshments will be served.
0.he Southfield Parks- and Recrea-
. tion Center. Refreshments will be
served. For information, call pro-
gram chairman Frank Blase,. KE
5-3905.
a a
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DETROIT LODGE CHAPTER
I will see a fashion show noon Wed-
nesday at Sutton Place Apartments
clubhouse. Luncheon will be served.
Mrs. Ira Albion, a' Women's Cond-
cil vice president, will speak. Gifts
Eleanor Heyman
Marion Feuerman
will be awarded, and the public is
4 'welcome.
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-Thankrto you,. our wonderful customers, El-Mars
I PISGAH CHAPTER will meet
is reopening in our _fiew' enlarged shop to
noon Thursday at the Zionist,Cult- ,
accommodate your many requests to dispose
ural Center. "Stones of Zion" by
Gerald
Green will be reviewed by
of your used furs.
Mrs. Philip Fealk, past president of
Bnai Brith Women District 6. Des-
WE CAN 'SELL YOUR MINK COATS; JACKETS; STOLES,
sert luncheon will be served at no tf
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The 47th annual opening banquet
of the Detroit Jewish Folk Chorus
will be held 6 p.m. Sunday in the
Jewish Music. Center, 14868 Schae-
fer. A musical program is planned.
For .reservations, call J. A. La-
i zare, WE 5-6750.

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We will be open to accept your furs
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No Phone Calls Please
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