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June 01, 1973 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-06-01

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Harold Jaffa Elected President
of Metro Bnai Brith Council

The Metropolitan Detroit
Bnai Brith Council announces
the election of Harold Jaffa
as president.
Past president of Harry B.
Keidan Lodge and vice pres-
ident of the council for the
past three years, Jaffa is co-
chairman of the metropolitan
division of the Allied Jewish
Campaign.
His wife Ellen is a member
of Bnai Brith Women; his
son David is president of
Keidan Lodge; his daughter-

in-law Sheri is vice president
of Bnai Brith Couplets; and
his son Jonathan is an AZA
adviser.
Other officers elected were
John Anstandig, David Bitt-
ker, David Levine and Mar-
tin Weston, vice presidents;
Harry Koltonow, treasurer;
Irwin Alpern, recording sec-
retary; Richard Kay, as-
sistant recording secretary;
and Paul Perry, chaplain.
Elected trustees were Mar-

HAROLD JAFFA

tin Budman, Richard Fine,
Sidney Freedland, Allan Kalt,
Jeffrey Kravitz, Steven H.
Meyers, Daniel Pevos, Steven
Sperling, Max Wayburn and
Harold, Zuker.
Louis E. Barden, past
president of the Metropolitan
Detroit Bnai Brith Council,
will serve as chairman of the
installation, to be held June
13 at Cong. Adat Shalom.
For reservations, call the
council office, 354-6100.

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on Israel at AJCo mmittee Dinner

The annual dinner meeting for most, who met with Is-
of Detroit Chapter, American . raeli and Arab officials, as
Jewish Committee, will fea- well as academic counter-
ture a panel of academicians parts and men in the street.
who will give their impres-
Detroit Chapter Treasurer
sions of Israel 6:30 p.m. June Irving Tukel and Vice Pres-
11 at the Troy-Hilton Inn.
ident Abba Friedman will
Included among the panel, moderate the panel.
who have taken part in the
Another highlight of the
Young American Jewish Aca- dinner will be the presenta-
demicians in Israel seminars, tion to Golda Krolik of a spe-
are Dr. Barbara Greenberg, cial tribute for her leader-
assistant professor of polit- ship in the Jewish and gen-
ical science at Wayne State eral community. For reserva-
University; Dr. Donald War- tions, call the AJC office,
ren, department of sociology 965-3353.
and labor at the University
of Michigan; Dr. Rachelle
Good motoring manners is
Warren, sociology depart- the best insurance you can
President Zalman Shazar visited the Chabad-Lubavitch ment, U. of M., Dearborn; get.
book exposition at the International Book Fair recently held Judith McCombs, instructor
in Jerusalem. Here he noticed a photo of himself together in the WSU English depart-
FIRESTONE
with the Lubavitcher Rebbe, taken during his recent visit ment and editor of feminist
JEWELRY
to New York. The Lubavitcher pavilion also served as a magazine "Moving Out"; Dr.
Wholesale Diamonds & Jewelry
M.
of
Jack
Rothman,
U.
Remounting.
Jewelry & Watch Repairing;
temporary synagogue for the afternoon and evening prayers.
Thousands of visitors nut on tefillin in its adjacent tefillin school of social work; Dr.
SUITE 364 ADVANCE BLDG.
23077 Greenfield at 9 Mile
booth. At the exposition hundreds of Lubavitcher publica- Ernst Benjamin, political sci-
(313) 557-1860
tions were on display including those published in numerous ence department, WSU; Dr.
Kalman Kaplan, associate
foreign languages.
professor of social psychol-
ogy, WSU; and Dr. Werner
Sichel, professor of econom-
ics, Western Michigan Uni-
versity.
In all, some 25 aoademii-
ans have taken part in the
A fight for increased parent Norbert Reinstein; treasurer, three-year-old program.
Their two-week trip was
representation on the board Stanley Marx; assistant
developed
through the AJC
treasurer,
Dr.
Milton
Gold-
of the United Hebrew Schools
is shaping up prior to the rath; and secretary, Rose department of Jewish com-
munal affairs in cooperation
UHS' annual meeting June Kaye.
MAX SCHRUT
For election to the advi- with the Israel office of AJC
19.
and
Hebrew
University.
It
for quality photographs
The 53rd annual meeting, sory committee for three- was the first trip to Israel
and fast service
year
terms:
Jack
Shenkman,
to take place at 8 p.m. in
call me at
the LaMed Auditorium of the Phillip Stollman, Abraham
Borman,
Irwin
Cohn,
Rose
UHS, was anounced by Nor-
BLAIR-KEITH
man Katz, president, who has Schiller and Rabbi A. Irving
been nominated for re-elec- Schnpper.
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Nominees for the board of
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Besides the nominees for directors, renominated f o r
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office and board positions, as three-year terms are: Mit-
547-2464
398-9111 or 895-8805 ,..
proposed by the nominating chell Feldman, Dr. Milton
Goldrath,
Norbert
Reinstein,
committee, there is a slate of
eight additional candidates Julian Tobias, William Yol-
proposed by the He brew les, I. William Sherr, Mildred
School P a r e n t s Advisory Grossman and Dulcie Rosen-
feld.
Committee.
For election for new three-
Frances Stein, secretary of
the advisory committee, said year terms on the board:
all paid-up members of the James August, Mrs. Paul A.
UHS, numbering around 800, Goodman, Dr. Albert Kaner,
will get mailed copies of the Mel Seidman, Albert Zack,
additional candidates. The Dr. Gerald Lo omu s, Mrs.
latter are conforming with Robert Siegel and Daniel
t h e constitutional require- Clark.
The Hebrew School Parents
ments of the UHS by having
their names on petitions Advisory Committee has pro-
signed by 25 paid-up mem- posed the following for board
positions: Rena Bardenstein,
bers of the UHS.
artin .__Xo3in3
Only UHS members are Morris (Toby) Breuer, Arnold
allowed to vote for board Fisher, Florence Gantz, Shir-
at the Piano
members at the annual meet- ley Garber, G. Vernon Leo-
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ing, although the meeting it- pold, Frances Stein and Har-
old Strom.
self is open to the public.
546-7558
One board nominee, Mel
The UHS board's nominat-
Seidman,
was
originally
a
ing committee, chaired by Al-
\ ..:
bert Lieberman, has nomi- choice of the advisory com-
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mittee. Another, Dr. Gerald
nated the followng:
President, Norman Katz; Loomus, also is a member of
vice presidents, Milton Lu- the parent group. One-third
GIVE A LASTING GIFT OF LOVE
cow, Julius Harwood and of the total board membership
will be lected at this meeting.
He probably isn't aware of
According to a UHS re-
the new and exciting jewelry
lease announcing the annual
created for todays m ln. ,)
,
Carved and sculp[ured ring to
meeting, the president's re-
go with his NEW IMAGE will
port will review "the very
he'll
love to wear.
be a gift
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significant happenings that
took place at the United He-
brew Schools this past year,
carat diamond
DETROIT LODGE Bowl- and he will also develop the
$425.° 0
ing League will hold its an- plans for the future involving
nual installation and dinner- a major structural organiza-
dance 6:30 p.m. Monday at tion."
Alvaro's. The newly elected
Dr. Benjamin L. Yapko
officers are Howard Stoller, will review the effects of the
president; Gary Granat, vice introduction of the new B'yad
Lapis Lazuli &
president; Dennis Liefer, Halashon Hebrew Teaching
6 diamonds -.I8carat
secretary; and Ed Sitron, Program in all grades of the
$4509 0
treasurer.
elementary and Hebrew high
FASHION'S FIRST
FASHION'S
school programs.
MAURICE C. ZEIGER
A financial report will be
CHAPTER is reorganizing gven by Norbert Reinstein,
an evening bowling league. treasurer of the schools.
The league will bowl 8:30
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Today's meat prices seem
p.m. at North Lanes. For in-
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formation, call Sue Lobel, to find a lot of room at the
top.
547-4149.

Parent Group Is Seeking
Places on UHS Board

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