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October 25, 1974 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-10-25

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IE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
iday, October 25, 1974-43

BB Women Complete Plans

National, Local Leaders to Head BB Dinner

for Special Golden Gifts Lunch

Philip A. Hart, Robert P. Grif- House William Ryan and Rep.
National, state and local
fin, both of Michigan; Hubert Joseph Forbes.
leaders in government, in- Humphrey (D., Minn.), former vice
Among the judges on the
dustry, business, finance, la- president; Jacob Jan its (R., N.Y.);
George M. McGovern. (•., S.D.) dinner committee as co-chair-
bor, education, religion and and
Hugh Scott (R., Pa.), Senate men are:
philanthropy head the com- Republican leader. Congressmen
the dinner committee are Wil- Michigan Supreme Court Justices
mittee for the 19'74 National on
liam S. Broomfield, Martha Griff- John Swainson and G. Mennen
iths,
John D. Dingell and Charles Williams, U.S. Circut Judge Wade
Bnai Brith Humanitarian
Diggs, Jr.
H. McCree, Jr. and U.S. District
Award Dinner, which will C. The
state will be represented Judge Damon J. Keith and. area
honor John J. Riccardo, pres- on the dinner committee by: Judges Charles Kaufman, Ira G.
Kaufman, Nathan J. Kaufman,
Nov. Gov. William G. Milliken, Attor- Norman
ident of Chrysler Corp.
-
Feder, George Kent, Mi-
ney General Frank J. Kelley, Sec- chael Stacey and John M. Wise.
10 at Cobo Hall.
retary
of
State
Richard
H.
Austin;
Six senators listed as hon- State Senators Daniel S. Cooper
The City of Detroit is rep-
•••BOYS a GIRLS
orary co-chairmen, are:
and Jack Faxon; Speaker of the resented on the committee
by Mayor Coleman A. Young
Center
and Council President Carl
j0 1 4 Mile & Ore fie
Levin. Other mayors on the
dinner committee are South-
s-v,e•••••• ■ •••••••••
field Mayor Donald F, Fra-
cassi and Birmingham Mayor
Robert T. Kelly.
Women
officers
who
are
completing
plans
for
Bnai
Brith
Among many industrialists
EHOLD .SALES
Thursday's noon Golden Gifts Luncheon at Knollwood Coun-
taking part in the dinner are:
OUR HOME
Henry Ford II, chairman' of the
try Club are, from left, Mrs. Maynard Kalef, president of
TES LIQUIDATED
board of Fond Motor Co.; Richard
the Bnai Brith Women's Council of Metropolitan Detroit;
C.
Gerstenberg, chairman of the
MARION GASPAS •
board of General Motors; E. M.
626-6795
: I Mrs. Harold Rose, vice president and Youth Services Appeal
626-8402
Estes, newly elected president of
chairman, and Mrs. Gordon Fruitman, special gifts and
General Motors; Thomas A. Mur-
IRENE EAGLE •
phy, who will become GM chair-
11•., 626-4769
626-8907
• luncheon chairman. For reservations, call Mrs. Fruitman,
man in December and Ray W.
i4••••• • .: ■••■■ •••••••_tea 543-2355.
Macdonald, chairman of Burr-
E. H. Rydholm, third from left, represented National oughs Corporation.
Educators who are hon-
Bnai Brith Humanitarian Awardee John J. Riccardo, at
a kick-off luncheon held at the Standard Club in advance orary co-chairmen, include:
W. Fleming, president of
of the Nov. 10 award dinner. Riccardo is president of Robben
the University of Michigan; George
Chrysler Corp. Shown with Rydholm are, from left, Louis E. Gullen, president of Wayne
State University; Right Rev. Mal-
WASHINGTON—A calen- Weber, chairman of the Bnai Brith Foundation Commit. colm Carron, S.J., president of
tee,
C.
Boyd
Stockmeyer,
dinner
chairman;
Rydholm,
vice
the University of Detroit and Dr. -
dar-appointment book that
Wayne H. Buell, president of
features resource informa- president of Chrysler Corp.; and Irwin I. Cohn, also din- Lawrence Institute of Technology.
tio on civic and social serv- ner chairman.
Irwin I. Cohn, noted attor-
ney and communal leader for
ice programs and organnza-
Plane, Bus, Car and Hotel
ISRAEL, U.S.A.,
tions is being offered by Du Pont Chief Gets ADL Appeal Prize over 50 years and C. Boyd
Reservations
and EVERYWHERE Bnai Brith's community and
Stockmeyer, chairman of the
NEW YORK — Irving S. efforts, but has provided op- board of Detroit Bank &
veterans services depart-
Shapiro, chairman of the I portunities for others by Trust, are general chairmen
ment.
board and chief executive of opening up management lev- of the d i n n en-- Honorary
The 32-page booklet covers
E. I. du Pont de Nemours el positions to individuals of chairmen include:
the coming year through
I September 1975, • coinciding and Co., Inc., ,has been sel- disadvantaged background," Louis Berry, active in commun-
al affairs: Walker L. Cisler,
Graubard said.
chairman of the board of De-
with the school year and the ected as the sixth recipient
of
the
Americanism
Award
troit
Edison; Max M. Fisher, phil-
I Jewish calendar year of 5735.
anthropist; Joseph L. Hudson,
of theAnti-Defamation
Jr.,
board
chairman of J.L. Hud-
Along with listing religious
Bnai Brith Prints
son Co.; Lynn A. Townsend,
I and civic holidays, the calen- League Appeal.
chairman of the board of Chrys-
Seymour Graubard, nat- Guide for Disabled ler Corp. and Leonard Woodcock,
ENTIRE STOCK OF
I dar emphasizes special days, ional
president.
ADL chairman, an-
WASHINGTON — Bnai UAW
weeks
and
months
devoted
to
MEN'S, WOMEN'S &
Louis Weber is chairman
I promoting community pro- nounced
that the award will Brith Career and Counseling of the Bnai Brith Founda-
CHILDREN'S SHOES
I grams dealing with the en- be presented to Shapiro at. a Services, in conjunction with tion.
vironment, health care, the dinner in his honor Nov. 4 the President's committee on
For reservations, call Bnai
LE
I elderly and other related at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel, employment on the handi- Brith,
354-6100.
ES;,
New
York
City
caped
has
published
"Car-
community
concerns.
OFF I
eers for the Homebound:
I The calendar also describes The award is -being con- Home
FRIDAY, SATURDAY &
Study Opportunities,"
a number of CVS, resource ferred upon Shapiro because
SUNDAY, OCT. 25:26, 27
materials and explains how "as the son of immigrants, a 16-page pamphlet designed
Open Sunday 12 to 3 P.M. _
they might be obtained.
Available For All Occasions
he not only exemplifies the as a reference tool to help
23 years experience
For copies of the calendar, American tradition of oppor- the homemaker as well as
write Bnai Brith Community tunity by his rise to business the physically handicaped to
MAGICAL MEL
and Veterans Services, 1640 leadership through his own reach their educational and
• 547.2464
9 Mile & Coolidge. (A & P Center)
399-6766 Rhode Island, NW, Washing-
vocational goals.
_
ton, D.C. 20036:
For copies, write Bnai
Brith Career and Counseling
Colored Movies
Services, 1640 Rhode Island
s
by Frank's Studio
Ave., N.W., Washington, D.C.
Weddings, Bar Mitzvas &
20036, or the President's
Other Occasions
Committee on Employment
of the Handicaped, Washing-
474-7768 _
CENTENNIAL - CHAPTER ton, D.C. 20210. -
will have a testimonial pro-
gram in honor of Mrs. May-
nard Kalef, president of the
Bnai Brith Women's Council
of Metropolitan Detroit, 8
p.m. Tuesday at Temple
Emau-El. A musical produc-
tion will be presented by the
Call Our
chapter. (Last week's Jewish
News erroneously reported
that dinner will be served. A
November 1. 2, & 3, 1974
buffet reception will follow
at
the program.) Bnai Brith
members and friends are
invited.
* * *
We Cater for All Occasions—Seating for 400
Fri. & Sat 10 a.m. - 9 p.m.
TUCKER-GRANT LODGE
Sim. 10 a.m. — 6 p.111.
will have a New Year's Eve
party Dec. 31 at the Michigan
Inn. The theme will be "2000
Space Fantasy." A complete
U of Ws \e\% Field 1-louse
dinner will be served, and
Jeep Smith and his Band will
adjacent parking
entertain. For information,
On State St. in Ferry Field
call Richard Kay, 968-1515.
Guests are invited. There is
No Admission Charge!
a charge per couple.
very proud of you
Over 200 Artist's and Craftsmen!

y was man created on
o sixth day? To teach that
*fie is ever swollen with
ide, it can be said to him:
flea came ahead of you in
eation.—Talmud

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