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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-03-08

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Music & Entertainment

Message for Herr Villenchuck Comes
to Jewish News via American Motors

Rita Alolerighi, giving her
address as Via Caracciolo 37,
Florence, Italy, has written
an affectionate letter to a
friend whom she addressed
as Hoeflich Herr Isakko Vil-
lenchuck. She addressed it
c/o Communita Israelitica,

Detroit, Mich., U. S. A.
It reached J. N. Demers at
the international service of
American Motors Corp.
Demers forwarded it to
The Jewish News for pos-
sible location of the Isakko
Rita tries to reach.
Written in lfencil•on the
envelope and German-written
letter is "Committee for Is-
rael."
Rita's warm message to
Isakko is available, if Isakko
can be reached, at The Jew-
ish News.

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New Couples Club
to Meet Sunday

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Robes and Lounge Wear

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• Ruth Bekker
• Leo Narducci
• Jon Kloss
• Stan Herman
• Eve Stillman

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The New Bnai B'rith
Couples Group will meet 8
p.m. Sunday at the Somerset
Building Club Room, 21711
10 Mile, Southfield. Carole
Melamed will speak on "Sex
and Your Spouse."
A white elephant auction
will be held March 31 at the
Somerset club room. Pro-
ceeds will be donated to
CANS. The group will pick a
name at this meeting.
Interested couples may call
the interim president, Frail
Kravitz, 647-0533, or the
Bnai Brith Council office,
354-6100.

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Meeting Topic
Soviet Jewry

Oakland Century Lodge
will present Alexander Es-
trin, a career civil servant,
speaking on "Soviet Jewry
Through the Eyes of an
American Jew" 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday at Town and Country
Club.
Estrin, who was on leave
from the 'U.S. Information
Agency in 1972, was asso-
ciated with a research and
development exhibi t of.
American cars in Tbilisi, the
capital of Georgia in the
USSR. He also visited rela-
tives while there. When he
returned from Russia, he was
assigned to the Department
of Health, Education and
Welfare.
A graduate of Columbia
University with a degree in
industrial management engi-
neering, Estrin was an asso-
ciate regional director for
the Peace Corps. He also
spent time as a civil servant
for the Department of Labor.
Before coming to Detroit,
he was associated with the
new Office of Management
and Budget. He is a partici-
pant in the President's ex-
ecutive interchange program
through which government
and industry trade young ex-
ecutives for one year.
Bnai Brith members and
their wives are invited.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, March 8, 1974-37

Presidents to Be JNF Honorees

Harold Jaffa and Mrs. Ira Albion will be honored at
the eighth annual Bnai Brith Presidents Brunch 10 a.m.
March 31 at Cong. Beth Abraham-Hillel. Bnai Brith Israel
Martyrs Forest co-chairmen Max Kushner and Mrs. Esther
Cohen . said the event, co-sponsored with the Jewish Na-
tional Fund, also will honor the presidents of the men's
and women's councils, as well as each lodge and chapter
president. Tribute will be paid to leading Bnai Brith tree
and tribute chairmen and workers. Herman Kasoff, past
president of the council, has been appointed general chair-
man, and Mrs. Gordon Fruitman, past president of the
women's council, will be co-chairman. Admission will be
by planting two or more trees per person.

nai Aith, Activities

FRANCES SOLOVICH
CHAPTER saw Mrs. Phillip
Fealk install the following
officers Tuesday: Mesdames
Ralph Cohen, president; Ger-
ald Gershune, Danny Pik-
stein and Gilbert Freedman,
vice presidents; Ronald
Weiss, Raymond Horenstein
and Miss Rhoda Segal, secre-
taries; Jay Werber, treas-
urer; Kenneth Burke, bulle-
tin chairman and Sherman
Char, junior past president.
Board - members are Mes-
dames Aubrey Rerenstein,
Stephen Collins, Edmond
Morgan, Michael Novetsky,
David Rosen, Sanford Salts-
man, Joel Silberblatt, Ste-
phen Ziff, and Miss DeniSe
Richman and Miss Marilyn
Weiss.
*
*
BUSINESS AND PROFES-
SIONAL CHAPTER will cele-
brate its silver anniversary
at its annual installation din-
ner-dance 6 p.m. March 17
at the Raleigh House. The
Johnny C orchestra will pro-
vide music. All are welcome.
For reservations by Tues-
day call Molly Moss, VE
8-8123, or Shirley Bernstein,
355-1793.
* *
DOWNTOWN-FOX CHAP-
TER will have its installation
of officers 6 p.m. Wednesday
at the Maple House Restau-
rant, 10 Mile and Southfield
Rds. Mrs. Philip Fealk will
install the following: Mes-
dames Celia Weingarden,
pr.esident; William Elfman
and Irvin Diem, vice presi-
dents; Aaron Berg, Treas-
urer; Morris Dobrusin, Jack
Friedman, Max Efros, Nor-
man Laporter and Sadie
Adler, secretaries; Morris
Diem, Janet Ginsburg, Julius
Hirschman, Sam Kreisler,
Julius Kushner, Harold Lane,
Henry Mehlman, Harry Mek-
lir, Frank Olinick, Sam Slaf-
- kin, Ann Wolk and Berko
Zdanowicz, board members.
For reservations, call Celia
Weingarden, 352-7037.
* * *
LOUIS MARSHALL
CHAPTER will hold its 32nd
annual installation of officers
8:30 p.m. Tuesday at Kings

Arms Restaurant. Dinner,
which is optional, will be
served at 6. Officers to be
installed include:

Mesdames James Laker, presi-
dent; Max Kushner and Sally
Fields, vice presidents; Stanley
Litinsky, Sam Mager, Hyman
Ginsberg, Sam Leaderman and
Albert Epstein, secretaries; and
Isidore Sklar, junior president.
Board members include Mesdames
Albert Gutman, Annabelle Hoch-
man, Jack Koffman, Ben Krugel,
Henry Rader, Bernice Rosen, Ed-
ward Schlussel, Bernard Schlus-
sel, Albert Schwartz and Harry
Silverman.

For reservations, call Mrs.
David Gantz, 543-9115. There
is a charge.

*

*

*

RABBI MANDEL M. ZA-
GER CHAPTER will have its
installation dinner 6:30 p.m._
Wednesday at Kings Arms
Restaurant. Mrs. The
Isaacs of the Bnai Brith Wo-
men's Council will install the
following officers: Mesdames
Joseph Poll, president; Mor-
ris Gevercer, Harry Levine
and Samuel Warren, vice
presidents; David Fox, trea-
surer; and Sam Bernstein,
Clarence Caminker and Abe
Kole, secretaries. Guests are
invited. For information, call
Mrs. Philip Goren, 645-0369.
* * *
IVAN S. BLOCH CHAP-
TER will install officers at
a dinner 7 p.m. Thursday at
the Worken's Circle Center.
Mrs. Andrew Berger, past
president of the Bnai Brith
Women's Council of Metro-
politan Detroit and a past
president of Tikvah Chapter,
will install Mesdames Louis
Polant, president; Julius
Schlussel, Saul Tatarka and
Shirley A. Taub, vice presi-
dents; Martin Levine, treas-
urer; and Norman Rabackoff,
Max Lebow, David Gutman,
Max Schrut and May Zucker-
berg, secretaries. For infor-
mation, call M r s . Morton
Steinhart, installation chair-
man, LI 8-4978.
* * *
BNAI BRITH BASEBALL
LEAGUE will soon begin its
second season. Any lodge in-
terested in participating may
call the Bnai Brith office,
354-6100.

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