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March 30, 1973 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-03-30

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28—Friday, March 30, 1973

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Bnai Brith Brunch to Aid JNF

Bnai Brith Events

The Louis Marshall Lodge
and Chapter Israel Bond din-
ner-dance honoring Joe Feld-
man as "Marshall Man of
the Year," at Cong. Bnai
David, raised $316,000 in Is-
rael Bond subscriptions.
C C C
At the Pisgah, Bloch, and
Metropolitan Detroit Bnai
Brith Council's Israel Bond
parlor meeting, honoring Sol

Criterion Plans Sunday Theater Party

Three one-act plays will
be the fare for Criterion
Club's theater party 7:30
p.m. Sunday at Center Thea-
ter of the Jewish Center.
"J- Tello,.;:put j 7' c ilere," by
William Saroyan; "He Ain't
Done Right by Nell," by Wil-

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bur Braun; and the Christo-
pher Morley play, "Thurs-
day Evening," will be pre-
sented.
Preparations have begun
for the organization's Pass-
over" Promenade an "April
Follies" revue April 21 at
the Southfield Civic Center.
For information, call Betty
Weinberg, 559-5175, or Pearl
Greenstein, 399-3718.

"CAT AMONG THE PI-
GEONS" by Georges Fey-
deau, author of "A Flea in
MRS. ANDREW BERGER
Her Ear," officially opens
at the Hilberry Theater 8:30
Paul Perry, Metropolitan Detroit Bnai Brith Connell
p.m., April 12. Previews are president, and Mrs. Andrew Berger, president of the wom-
scheduled April 5 through 7. en's council, will be honored at the seventh annual Bnai Brith
Presidents' Brunch, 10 a.m. April 9 at Cong. Beth Achim.
All lodge and chapter presidents will be singled out for
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recognition at that time. According to Max Leiberman,
chairman of the Bnai Brith Martyrs' Forest committee for
• Candids
the men's council, and Mrs. Herbert Bez, chairman for the
• Commercial
women's council, citations will be presented to outstanding
• Family Portraits
chairmen and workers of the Martyrs' Forest effort. In
• Executive Portraits
addition, the first Samuel G. Bank Award will be made.
• Children Studies
• Restorations
Admission will be by the purchase of two or more trees in
• Custom Framing
the Samuel G. Bank Forest, to be located in the Detroit
portion of the Martyrs' Forest. Detroit's Bnai Brith goal is
Official U.S. Government
a grove of 1,000 trees in the name of each council president
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and of at least a garden of 100 trees for lodge and chapter
presidents.
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The Jewish National Fund's
Blue-White Boxes are due
for a spring clearance, begin-
ning April 19 and continuing
through May 20, according to
Sherman Shapiro, chairman
of the Blue-White Box com-
mittee.
Organizations actively par-
ticipating in the spring col-
lections of the Blue-White
Boxes include JNF Women,
Young Women of JNF, Ha-
rassah;Northwest Child Res-
cue Women, Pioneer Women
and Fanny Gluck and Sisters
of Zion, Mizrachi Women,
Youth groups also will par-
ticipate, including members
of the Zionist youth groups,
Temple Beth El and Bnai
Brith Youth Organization.

Aid Israel Bonds

Moss, past grand president
of Bnai Brith District 6, more
than $70,000 in Israel Bonds
was subscribed.

Whoever has a generous
eye, a humble mind, and a
modest spirit is a disciple of
Abraham our father.—Ethics
of the Fathers 5:19.

8ngagements

HERE'S THE BARGAIN
BUY IN HEALTHFUL
FOOD

Mr. and Mrs. Harry M.
Todd of McMillan Ave., Dear-
born, announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Mary
Elizabeth, to Harry S. Ep-
stein, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Epstein of Plainview
Ave. Miss Todd attends the
University of Michigan's
VITAMINS,
nursing school. Her fiance
was graduated from the Uni-
LOW CHOLESTEROL,
versity of Michigan and at-
EASY TO DIGEST,
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Again This Yeal We Would Like The w
a Opportunity To Prepare Your Passover
P: Fish Orders, As Always, Personal Atten-
tion Given To Each Order, At Reasonable
E3E Prices. We Bone, Skin, Grind Orders
N; Free of Charge.
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Freezer Wrapped On Request.

According to Shapiro, many
thousands of . dollars in Blue-
oxes are uncollected
White Boxes
each year because of over-
sight. All holders of such
boxes may call the JNF of-
TO AVOID THE RUSH PLACE
it;
fice, 968-0820, if their boxes
are not emptied during the ;3t; YOUR PASSOVER ORDER EARLY!
current drive.
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JNF awards to boxholders
A COMPLETE LINE
will include a grand prize of
a trip to Israel among those
OF FRESH FISH DAILY
whose boxes yield, during the
PLEASE CALL ... .
year, the sum of $36 or more. $E
There is also a special
award — a silver-covered
Haggada — among those
whose boxes yield $100 or
more this year. Three Haga-
dot are awarded.
Other awards include a
Formerly of Wyoming-Curtis Fish Market and
silver-covered Hebrew-Eng-
lish Bible among those whose
boxes have yielded $18 or
more; book awards and
awards to outstanding volun-
teers.
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Diligence is the mother of
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LODGE will meet 8 p.m
Tuesday at Northland Inn.
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Bob Magnuson, president of
13500 WEST 7 MILE ROAD
the Detroit Area Coalition
for the Environment, will
discuss nuclear power pol-
lution. Past president Har-
Only
old S. Jaffa, who attended
the
Supreme Lodge board of
PILLAR ROCK SOCKEYE RED
governors meeting in Israel,
will report, and nominees
Salmon has it...g. Insist on
for office will be named.
PILLAR ROCK Brand- gain
The lodge invites participa-
tion in the lodge's softball
assurance of Quality, Flavor, Integrity team,
part of the Sunday
morning league formed by
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the Bnai Brith Council. To
Salmon is the best—for flavor ...
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and is good for you—too! Even
Announces a truly fantastic one week sale of all newly arrived Spring
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owner. We hope to see all the nice people who have patronized us in
Purim party 6:30 p.m. Tues-
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DEBORAH CHAPTER will
have its eighth annual in-
stallation of officers 8:30 p.m.
April 7, at the Elmwood Ca-
sino, WindSor. For inform-
ation, call Mrs. Sandy Bren-
ner, 557-6454.

Sale Ends April 1, at 5 p.m.

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(Reg. Price After Sale)

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