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November 15, 1974 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-11-15

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AO Bond Dinner Reservations Still Available

Reservations are still being
accepted for Alpha Omega
Dental Fraternity's annual
Israel Bond dinner-dance to
be held Nov. 2 at Cong.
Beth Achim.
In 1960, the Detroit chapter
helped build a dental school
in Jerusalem. The chapter
has been instrumental in re!

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training Russian Jewish im-
migrants in the dental pro-
fession. This program is ex-
tensive because of the- lan-
guage barrier and difference
in dental techniques.
In 1972, Alpha Omega was
honored by the Anti-Defama-
tion League of Bnai Brith for
its efforts to "adopt" dentists
in Russia. The fraternity sent
packages of food and reli-
gious articles, along with tel-
egrams and letters designed
to apply pressure on the Rus-
sian government. Among
those whom . they have - tried
to have released are Drs.
Boris Azernikov and Michael
Korenblit.
The Alpha Omega Founda-
tion provides financial loans
for undergraduate, chapters
at the University of Detroit
and University of Michigan.
They also take care of indi-
gent Jewish dental patients.

24 — Friday, Nov. IS, 1974

The Detroit Women of Al-
pha Omega, the organiza-
tion's auxiliary, pro vides
many community services.
The women service the Shiff-
man Clinic at Sinai, run a
community dental program
and go to various schools put-
ting on a puppet show about
dental care.
Dr. John Mames will be
honored at the dinner-dance,
and guest speaker will be
David Scheonbrun. Dr. Har-
vey Beaver is dinner chair-
man. Music will be provided
by Eric Rosenow and his or-
chestra. For reservations,
call Israel Bonds, 968-0200;
or Dr. Beaver, 886-0830.

The mistake of mistakes is
to imagine we can hope to
influence other nations and
people to do what is right,
unless and until they see us
do what is right.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Beth Achim Men's Club

Presents Their Annual

Winter Ball - Dinner Dance

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 31,.1974

4:00 P.M.

CONGREGATION BETH ACHIM'S

WASSERMAN HALL

21100 W. 12 Mile Rd.—Southfield, Mich.

MUSIC

Larry Freedman & Orchestra

RESERVED TABLES ON REQUEST

Black Tie Optional

Donation $15.00 Per Persoi

For Reservations Call:

Gerald Goldberg -
- Maynard M. Feldman

OR _

Synagogue Office

559-1776
557-0248

352-8670

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HASSIDIC HAPPENING '74

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Eric Rosenow and His Orchestra
TUES., DEC. 3, 7:30 p.m.

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Students $2

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CO-CHAIRMAN

FOR TICKETS CALL

- 398-2611

or

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