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January 24, 1975 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-01-24

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Bnai Brith Keeps, UNESCO Relations

WASHINGTON, (JTA) —
rrhe Bnai Brith applauded
ithe actions of cultural and in-
tellectual leaders who have
evered their connections
'‘vith UNESCO in protest over
{with
unctions imposed on Israel.
But Bnai Brith president
David M. Blumberg said
that his organization, which
molds non-governmental sta-
tus at the United Nations,
?would not quit its relation-
Ships with UNESCO but
L ,7.-.•ould "campaign for a re-
versal of its politicization."
This action was endorsed by
the Bnai B.rith board of gov-
rnors at is annual meeting
here.
berg said Bnai Brith
I
wow . appeal to UNESCO's
4a-- - nber -executive board
wk that body meets in
, aris in May.

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BY POPULAR DEMAND!

Now Booking .. .

ED BURG

and His Orchestra

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Resolutions adopted by
Bnai Brith included a call for
government regulations to
safeguard democratic insti-
tutions from subversion by
"any massive infusions of
Arab oil and other cartel
money" into the U.S. econo-
my. Such regulations might
be needed to prevent any
large take-over of newspa-
pers, broadcasting stations
and other media with recy-
cled petro-dollars, the board
declared.

BB Starts Special
Membership Drive

A special father-son-grand-
father-grandson Membership
campaign has been an-
nounced by the Metropolitan
Detroit Bnai Brith Council.
The special membership
campaign will be held in
February and March. New
members and their sponsors
will be honored at a Council
installation ceremony.
For membership informa-
tion, call the Council office,
354-6100, or Jeffrey R. Kra-
vitz, 352-3322.

BARBARA'S STATIONERY

cii4LaoLidiaalicc

Bar Mitzvas
Confirmations

Bat Mitzvas

Weddings

725 S. Adams Road, Next to South Adams Square Arcade
in Birmingham, Michigan
Phone 642-3860

naz Brit/2 Activities

BB Women, Girls Plan Program
to Focus on Plight of Soviet Jews

The Bnai Brith Women's
Council of Metropolitan De-
troit will join the Great Lakes
Bnai Brith Girls Council for
a program, "Soviet Jewry—
A Message for Today," '7:30

Bnai Brith Has
Reduced Budget

WASHINGTON — Bnai
Brith has reduced its budget
for its programs throughout
the U.S. The organization's
board of governors set its
1975 budget Monday at $20.3
million.
The amount is equal to
1974 revenues, but leaves. no
room for inflationary cost
increases.
More than $12 million of
'the budget has been allo-
eated to Bnai Brith's youth
programs, which enjoyed a
5 percent increase in fund
raising efforts last year.
However, the organization's
officers pointed out that in-
flation more than wiped out
the gains.
Bnai Brith president David
M. Blumberg said "that the
signs are more positive than
negative," and described the
1975 budget as "prudent cost-
cutting."
Blumberg predicted that
Bnai Brith will experience
continued steady growth. The
organization now has 500,000
members.

Detroit's Best Ice Cream Parlor

We figure the best ice cream parlor is one that serves
the best ice cream.

At The Coffee Garden in The Michigan Inn you will
find the world's finest ice cream — Haagen-Dazs —
served either straight or in one of many voluptuous
sundae creations.

Sure, we're not really an ice cream parlor. We're a com-
plete restaurant. But then — there isn't an ice cream
parlor around that serves an ice cream as good as ours.

For a complete meal, or just for a tempting voyage into
ice cream lusciousness, visit us in The Michigan Inn
on J. L. Hudson Drive.

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Couples Hold First Installation

After all, what other ice cream parlor around serves
an ice cream that has been labeled "a frozen immortal"?

p.m. Feb. 20 at the United
Hebrew Schools main build-
ing.
The program will focus on
first-hand documentaries by
Soviet Jews who have immi-
grated to Detroit and by acti-
vists in the Soviet Jewry
movement.
Mrs. Maynard Kalef of the
BBW Council announces Mrs.
Charles Ruben is women's
council chairperson. Fay
Baker is social action chair-
man for BBG Council and
Sherry Grossinger is pro-
gramming vice president.
Tickets are available
through all Bnai Brith Wom-
en's chapters, BBG chapters
and the BBYO office, 21711
W. 10 Mile, Southfield.

Bernard Ferency was in-
stalled as preseident of the
Bnai Brith Rey-Ut Couples
Unit Saturday at the organi-
zation's first installation pro-
gram.
Other officers are Jerry
Ellis, Mrs. Jeffrey Kravitz,
Steve Siegel and David Sil-
verton, vice presidents; Al-
lan Tobes, treasurer; Mrs.
James Fleischer, Mrs. Gil
Aaronson and Mrs. Gary
Greenstein, secretaries.
Trustees include Gil Aaron-
son, the David Grains, the
Mark Carneys, Mrs. Jerry
Ellis, Mrs. Bernard Ferency,
the William Glogowers, Gary
Greenstein, Robert Milstein,
Mrs. Steve Siegel and the
Jess 'Crafts.
Herman Kasoff, vice presi-

BB Volleyballers
List Team Scores

The Metropolitan Detroit
Bnai Brith Council announces
the following Bnai Brith Vol-
leyball League team stand-
ings:

Large selection of Rings,
Watches and other fine
Jewelry gift items.

Quality Jewelers for 3 Generations
DIAMONDS and FINE JEWELRY

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Southfield, Michigan • 557-5544-5

Mon. thru Fri. 9 to 5. Sat. 9 to 3

All Bank Cards
Honored

DEPARTMENT STORE FOR CHILDREN

TEL-TWELVE MALL, 12 Mile & Telegraph

OPEN DAILY
10 a.m. to 9 p.m.

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Morgenthau
Keidan-Couplets
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SPECIAL GROUP — 200

BETTER
DRESSES

Loads of styles to choose,
from. Sizes 1 to 4.

Reg. $9.00 to $25

NOW

Lost
12
14
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19
23
26

Won
35
31
24
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9

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28

300 SPECIAL—GIRLS'

SLACKS

The Ship

By H. N. BIALIK

Translated by Jesse Sampter

Ship, where are you speeding
Swift ship, sailing from
here?
"I'm hastening away
To Ophir, to Op!"
What will you bring? "A bird
From the Garden of Eden,
A cupful of pearls
And a bowlful of heaven.
"I'll bring you a fingertip
Full of my treasure."
Good-bye then to you
And come back with
pleasure!

Excellent selection, many
different styles for the
young lady. Sizes 4 to 14.

Reg. $9.00 to $14.00

NOW

WINTER
COATS

GOOD SELECTION

Sizes 4 to 6x, 7' to 14.

Reg. $22.00 to $50.00 •

OFT _
REG.
PRO

BOYS'

WINTER
JACKETS

PILE LINED,
HEAVY DUTY ZIPPER,
Sizes 6 to 14
Burgundy, Navy, Brown

Reg. $30.00

NOW

OFF
REG.
PRICE

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100 SPECIAL GROUP
OF GIRLS'

NOW

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REG.
PRICE

NATIONAL LEAGUE

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Marshall
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Pisgah
Detroit
Centennial

SUNDAY
12 TO 5

ALSO NORTHWOOD SHOPPING CENTER
13 MILE AT WOODWARD
Open Every Evening Until 9
SUNDAY 12 to 5

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Won
23
21
18
16
12
9

It's a burden to carry, but
a pity to throw away.

WEINTRAUB
JEWELERS

ADL Files Suit
Against N.•. College

NEW YORK — A class ac-
tion suit filed by the Anti-
Defamation League of Bnai
Brith on behalf of applicants
denied admission to the City
College Center for Biomedi-
cal Education "as the result
of discriminatory practices
and policies" has been
brought in federal court
against the Center, City Col-
lege, City University, and the
New York City Board of
Higher Education.
The action, instituted by
Kenneth Hupart "on behalf
of himself and others simil-
arly situated," charges that
they were rejected because
the admissions committee of
the Biomedical Center acted
in an "arbitrary, capricious,
unreasonable and unlawful"
manner by basing admissions
to the September, 1974, aca-
demic year "in substantial
part on the race, color and
ethnic origin of the 'appli-
cants."

dent of District 6, presented
the couples unit with its char-
ter. Dennis Rice, executive
director of the Metropolitan
Detroit Council of Bnai Brith,
was installing officer.
Participating in the pro-
gram were Mrs. Maynard
Kalef, president of the Met-
ropolitan Detroit Bnai Brith
Women's Council; David Le-
vine, president of the Metro-
politan Bnai Brith Council
and Mrs. Norman Moss, fi-
nancial secretary of the Bnai
Brith Women's Council. Jef-
frey Kravitz of Rey-Ut, vice
president of the local Bnai
Brith Council, also partici-
pated.

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