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September 06, 1974 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-09-06

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40—Friday, Sept. 6, 1974

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

BB Women Prepare for Festival

Bnai Brith to Give Chrysler Head Its National Humanitarian Prize

John J. Riccardo, president
of Chrysler Corp., will be
honored with the 1974 Bnai
Brith Humanitarian Award at
a $100-a-plate dinner Nov. 10
at Cobo Hall, for "distinguish-
ed and enduring contributions
of a humanitarian nature."
Irwin I. Cohn, attorney and

communal leader and C.
Boyd Stockmeyer, chairman
and chief executive officer of
the Detroit Bank and Trust,
who is prominent in business
and financial circles and ac-
tive in communal affairs, are
the dinner co-chairmen.
Honorary dinner chairman

are Walker Cisler, Joseph L.
Hudson, Jr., Leonard Wood-
cock, Max M. Fisher, phil-
anthropist and head of the
Jewish Agency, Louis Berry,
communal leader and Lynn
A. Townsend, chairman of
the board of Chrysler Corp.
and a former national Bnai
Brith honoree. Louis Weber
is chairman of the Bnai Brith

council.
For dinner reservations,
write to the Bnai Brith Foun-
dation, 21711 West 10 Mile,
Southfield, 48075, or call the
Bnai Brith office, 354-6100.

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g3nai rah Activities

TUCKER-GRANT LODGE
Metropolitan Detroit Bnai
Brith Council announces that will start the season with a
Ludwig Boraks was elected meeting 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at
to fill the vacancy of trustee. the Bnai Brith Council office.
The first Bnai Brith Red Dr. Morton Weiss will speak
Cross blood bank will be held on child psychology. Guests
Monday and Tuesday at the are invited. Tucker-Grant,
Admiring the white elephant items for the "Grandma's Pepper School, Oak Park along with Ivan Block Lodge,
Attic" boutique at the Bnai Brith Women's Fall Festival are, from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. The received the Covenant 5 Star
Award as the best lodge for
from left, Mesdames Paul Newman, Robert Ellis, Maynard community is invited.
* * *
1973-74, granted by District
Kalef, council president; and Sylvia Ross. Mesdames New-
man, Ellis, and Ross, all vice presidents of the Bnai Brith
LOUIS MARSHALL — SU- 6. Newly installed officers in-
Women's Council of Metropolitan Detroit, head the member- BURBAN LODGE and clude Harvey Olson, presi-
ship cabinet which is planning the all-day fall festival to be CHAPTER will open the sea- dent; Gerald Starr, Leonard
held Thursday, at Adat Shalom Synagogue. Boutique brows- son with a dinner and musi- Taub, Harvey Krupp, Lester
ing will begin at 10 a.m. with luncheon and a fashion show cal 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Gorelick and Alton La-zar,
at noon. Tickets are available through Bnai Brith Women's King's Arms, The musical, vice presidents; Allen Beck-
chapters or by calling Mrs. Ellis, 559-2269.
"With a Song in Your Heart," erman, Robert Grant and
will feature Hal Gordon end Gerald Teper, secretaries;
Sammy Woolf. For reserva- Marvin Kaplan, editor; Allen
BB Lodge to Give Scholarship Prize
tions, call Isadore Goldfarb, Zatkoff, guardian; Barry
The Oakland Cent u r y student, in memory of Hy- lodge president, 968-2273, or Kaufman, chaplain, a n d
Lodge, Bnai Brith has allot- man Crystal, past executive Toby Laker, chapter presi- Darryl Lieberman, publicity.
ted the sum- of $500 as , a director of District 6.
* * *
dent, 842-0844.
The award will be pre-
scholarship award for a
AHAVA CHAPTER will
worthy and needy Jewish sented at the meeting of the
TIKVAH CHAPTER will
Oakland Century Lodge Oct. have its opening meeting of host a luau 7 p.m. Sept. 15 at
the home of Sharon Moss,
8.
A rot • o t e Hig Cost
the year noon Tuesday at the 6590 Post Oak, West Bloom-
The applicant must meet Knob-in-the-Woods Apts. club
Of TV Repairs??
the following requirements: house. Mrs. Sheldon Deutsch, field. For information and
Call
he must be a Jewish student, program vice president, an- reservations, call Diana Bren-
have a superior scholarship, nounces there will be a fash- ner, 559-4435; Steffi or Nance
demonstrate a need for fi- ion show. Guests and prospec- Korens, 626-7090, or Miss
nancial assistance (without tive members are invited. Moss, 352-3979.
* * *
experienced reliable' which the student's education There is a nominal charge
For
service at reasonable prices. might require interruption or for lunch.
MOTOR CITY LODGE will
postponement) and show
No charge for in home esti-
have its first meeting of the
leadership qualities or poten-
mates.
CENTENNIAL CHAPTER year 8 p.m. Monday at Bnai
tial (campus participation or will hold an art auction 8:30 Brith Council, headquarters,
community activity will be
p.m. Sept. 14 at Park West according to president Stan-
considered as desirable as- Galleries, Southfield. There ley Eisenberg. Guests are in-
sets but not a prime pre- will be a champagne preview vited.
Photography
requisite).
7:30. Albert Seaglione will
Weddings - Bar Mitzvah
Applicants names and qual- conduct the auction. For in-
Social Events
ifications may be sent, by formation, call Mrs. Richard
Sept. 16, to Sol Goldberg, Weiner, 646-7899, or Mrs. Long Island ZOA
647-5731
25625 Southfield, Southfield, Samuel Goldstein, 353-6220.
Hosts Israel Parley
Eves. and Weds.
Mich., 48075. For information,
*
*
NEW YORK — Meetings
call Goldberg, 559-4411, 9
Jack Drapkin
OAKLAND CENTURY with Israeli leaders, visits to
a.m.-5
p.m.,
or
559-4393,
'eve-
851-2671
LODGE 2692 will hold its Israeli border outposts, and
ning and Sunday.
A ...Over 30 Years.■. *,
first dinner meeting of the the granting of a scholarship
year 7 p.m. Tuesday at Town to the ZOA Kfar Silver Agri-
and Country Club. R alph cultural High School were
Miller, program chairman, among the highlights of the
will introduce a mini-musical recent convention held in
revue featuring Christina Israel by the Long Island
Lypecky, Bob Rue, Bob An- Region of the Zionist Organi-
gus and Bernie Katz. New zation of America.
officers include Erwin Bun-
Dr. Joseph P. Sternstein,
Dr04tharb Tsetb
in, president; Donald Simon, n a tion a 1 president of the
Ralph Miller and Joseph ZOA, addressed the scholar-
Plane, Bus, Car and Hotel
ISRAEL, U.S.A.,
Newman, vice presidents; Sol ship dedication gathering.
- Reservations
and EVERYWHERE
Budney, David Redisch and
The opening session of the
Irving Lyness, secretaries; convention was held at the
David Desow, treasurer; recently refurbished ZOA
Harold Samuels, chaplain; House in Tel Aviv. During
and Dr. David Friedman, the convention, delegates
warden.
All Bnai Brith mem- were addressed --by Gideon
28708 Telegraph Road
bers are invited.
Patt and Yehezkiel Flomin,
355-2467
Southfield, Mich. 48076
* *
Knesset members.
ZAGER CHAPTER will
have its first meeting of the
SHOES REBUILT
year 8 p.m. Wednesday at
the Southfield Civic Center.
Jack Chase of the Detroit
Don't Throw
consumer affairs office will
Them Away.
discuss consumer affairs. Re-
freshments will be served,
Service While
and guests are invited.

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DETROIT SHOLEM ALEI-
CHEM LODGE 2455 will
meet 8 p.m. Wednesday at
Cong. Beth Yehuda. Past
president Alex Gottlieb will
be honored on the eve of his
move to Florida. He is a
charter member and founder.
Refreshments will be served,
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