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November 29, 1974 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-11-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Sheruth League to Have First Meeting of Season
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the Fresh Air Society, will
have its first meeting of the
year 8 p.m. Wednesday at
the United Hebrew School
main building.
The guest speaker will be
Gerald Levin, executive di-
rector of The Orchards and

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Sheruth League is to aid
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as well as special projects in-
volving the emotionally dis-
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Palestinians Topic
of Couples Meeting

The Married Couples Club
of Adat Shalom Synagogue
will hold its second home
study group meeting 8:30
p.m. Thursday at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Less e, 25234 Chapelweigh,
Farmington Hills.
The topic for this discus-
sion will be "The Palestin-
ians." The study group is led
by Rabbi Seymour Rosen-
bloom, associate
• rabbi of
Adat Shalom. The general
topic for the year's discussion
is "Contemporary Moral
Problems."
The Married Couples Club
is a group of couples over
age 35. Newcomers are in-
vited. For information or to
join, call the Lesses, 477-3871.

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bers are invited, and the
meeting is open to the public.
For information, call Sheruth
League, 863-4043.

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TUCKER - GRANT LODGE
invites Bnai Brith members
to its "2001 Space Fantasy"
to be held 9 p.m. Dec. 31
at Michigan Inn. The Jeep
Smith Band will provide mu-
sic, and dinner will be
served. For reservations, call
Richard Kay, 968-1515.
* * *
OAKLAND CENTURY
LODGE will hold its next din-
ner meeting 7 p.m. Tuesday
at Town and Country Club.

TEL AVIV — David M.
Blumberg, of Knoxville,• was
re-elected president of Bnai
Brith, the international Jew-
ish service organization.
Blumberg was named by
acclamation by the conven-
tion of the 500,000 member
group.
Moe Kudler, of Los An-
geles, was re-elected treas-
Classifieds Get Quick Results urer and 16 others were
elected vice presidents. In
addition, the heads of the
organization's. various corn-
missions were voted into
office.
The election concluded a
week-long meeting conducted
in both Tel Aviv and Jeru-
salem during which delegates
heard addresses by Prime
Minister Yitzhak Rabin, for-
mer Prime Minister Golda
Meir, Deputy Prime Minister
and Foreign Minister Yigal
Allon and Defense Minister
Shimon Peres.
Among the resolutions ap-
proved by the organization
were:
• A call for emergency
measures to be taken
throughout the world to
mobilize Bnai Brith's moral
and economic resources to
aid Israel "in these critical
days".
• An appeal to the world to
recognize that any settle-
ment of Middle East prob-
lems that the great powers
may seek to impose on
Israel "is not settlement
at all". There is "no hope
for lasting peace should
Israel's security be com-
promised", delegates said.
• A plea to the international
community to condemn and
act against the terrorist
Palestinian Liberation Or-
ganization and to guard
against "the dangers of
succumbing to the black-
mail of terrorist barbar-
ism".
WOMEN"
• A call for negotiations
"among the states involved"
to solve the issue of self-
determination of Palestin-
ians.

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Martin M. Doctoroff, mem-
ber of the National Law
Committee of the Anti-Defa-
mation League of Bnai Brith
and past chairman of the
Michigan Regional Advisory
Board of ADL, will speak on
"Affirmative Action—Reverse
Discrimination, Quotas and
Goals in Hiring and Educa-
tion." Refreshments will be
served. Wives and guests are
invited. For reservations, call
Morton Bechek, 644-4197.

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Bnai Brith Prints
Guide for Elderly

WASHINGTON — Bnai
Brith Commission on Corn-
munity and Veterans Ser-
vices has published a guide
to volunteer programs for
aiding the elderly entitled
"But for What?".
The 36-page guide describes
20 volunteer programs for
the needy and handicapped,
with older adults involved in
self-help projects, or in legi-
slative halls protecting the
interests of the eledrly. The
guide brings together a broad
range of programs initiated
by government and volunteer
agencies.
The guide also includes a
state directory of govern-
ment and private organiza-
tions involved with the elder-
ly and _lists useful publica-
tions.
For information on obtain-
ing the booklet, write Bnai
Brith Commission on Com-
munity and Veterans Ser-
vices, 1640 Rhode Island,
N. W., Washington, D. C.
20036.

Sapir Story Errors

The story in last week's
Jewish News on the Detroit
visit of Pinhas Sapir con-
tained two errors. His eve-
ning speech at Cong. Beth
Achim was sponsored by the
Detroit Zionist Federation,
and was chaired by Mrs.
Betty Bienstock of Hadassah.

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