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April 04, 1975 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-04-04

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THE JEWISH NEWS

Freddy Sheyer
One Man Orchestra

Bnai Brith Activities

Standards to Rock

singing guitarist w/Auto Drum
also plays violin and strolls

Bnai Brith Women's.
Council of Metropolitan
Detroit elected Mrs. Robert
Ellis president at its recent
election meeting. Other offi-
cers are Mesdames Harold
Rowe, president-elect; Nor-
man Moss, Paul Newman
and Sylvia Ross, vice presi-
dents; Perry Shulman, trea-
sitrer; Carl Pearl, Melvin
Tichik and Charles Ruben,
secretaries. Newly elected
officers will he installed at a
luncheon noon April 17 at

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HARRY B. KEIDAN
LODGE will have a dinner-

meeting 6:30 p.m. Tuesday
in the Carlyle Towers Apts.
party room, 23300 Provid-
ence Dr.; Southfield. Rabbi
William Blank, associate
director of Wayne State
University's Hillel Founda-
tion, will speak on "Jewish
Youth Where They're- at -
Today." Guests are invited.
at a- nominal charge.

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HENRY MORGEN-
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wJlile they

GlAuniO AND IEISURE

Adat Shalom Synagogue.
Installation chairman is
Mrs. Carl Pearl. For reser-
vations, call ticket co-chair-
men, Mrs. Samuel Gold-
stein, 353-6220, or Mrs.
Joseph Feuereisen,
5474139.
* * *
Metropolitan Detroit
Bnai Brith Council will have
an executive cabinet meet-
ing 8:30' p.m. Wednesday at
the Bnai Brith Council of-
fice. A Council delegates
meeting will he held 8:30
p.m. April 23 at the Council
office. Harold Jaffa, chair-
man of the nominating com-
mittee, will present the
slate of candidates, and will
take nominations from the
floor.
* * *
The Bnai Brith Women''
Council of Metropolitan _
Detroit will culminate its
"honuS months" member-
ship campaign with a mati-
nee theater party and lunch-
eon 11 a.m. • Wednesday at •
the Whitehall Apts. club
house. WOrnen-who have
brought in one or more new
members since Jan. 1 are el-
igible to attend. Mrs. Sylvia
Ross is the chairman of the
event and will be assisted by
Mesdames Robert Ellis,
Paul Newman, Allen Weitz-
man; Gordon Fruitman, Jo-
seph Feuereisen and Harry
Bodzin. For reservations,
call Mrs. Ross, 545-581(1.
* * *

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night at the races April 23
at Hazel Park Race Track.
Cost of the evening includes,
club house admission, buf-
fet dinner, racing program
and reserved table. Rebates
are available. For tickets
and information, call Mar-
vin Litt:398-4619; Mike Ber-
kowitz, 643-7916; or Leo
Kaplan, 968-5065.

ISRAEL CHAPTER will
join the LODGE far a bOW1-

ing party 9 p.m. April 12 at
the Southfield Lanes. There
Will be refreshments and
prizes. For reservations,
which are required, call
Marcella Roth, 356-6378, or
Sy Resnick, 398-2745.

Russian Seeks
Detroit Brother

-Trofim Ribak is being
sought by his brother Dimi-
tri through the American
National . Red Cross in De-
troit.
Trofim was born in
1893-94 in the village of Ra-
taichitzi, a province of
Brest. He was last known
living in Detroit in 1939.
/ Anyone knowing the
whereabouts of Ribak may
call Miss Elsie V-reitag or
Miss Aprlene Neme at the
Red Cross, 833-4440. . .

Friday, April 4, 1975 33

Bnai` Brith Women to Have
Leeaderthip Training Classes

Bnai Brith Women's
Council of Metropolitan
Detroit will have a leader-
ship training institute 8:15
p.m. Tuesday at Adat
Shalom Synagogue. Dinner
will be served at 6:30.
Mrs. Jules Braufman of
St. Paul, Minn., past presi-
dent of Bnai Brith Women
District 6, will clgliver the
keynote address. Mrs.
Braufman is a member Of

ENROLL, EARN YOUR DEGREE

Kalef, council president,
will extend greetings.
AMERICAN BIBLE INSTITUTE

The workshop sessions
will cover the following
areas of information: An-
ti-Defamation League and
Dolls for Democracy, ad-
ult Jewish education. and
Israel, Bnai Brith ' Youth
Organization and Hillel,
financial or dues secre-
taries, treasurers, fund
raising, aysays and means,
tributes, membership and
membership continuity,
community services, vet-
erans, programming, bul-
letins, publicity and presi-
dents.

`

Members of the leader-
ship committee who will
conduct the workshops are:
Alesdames Alan Nathan ;
Perry Shulman,. Allen
Weitzman, Sylvia Ross,
Alex Mann; Molly Moss,
Myna Moss, Carl Pearl, Jo-
seph Feuereisen, Gordon
Fruitman, Pant Newman,
Jack Sayles, Ira Albion, Ted
Cohen, David'Freedman,
Raympnd Kalef, David
Levine, *Norman Moss,.
Henry Onrich, Felix Rosen-
zweig, Harold Rowe,
Charles Ruben, Sherwin
Sokolov'and Al Stein.. Mrs.
Joseph Radkin will be regis-
trar.
For reservations, contact
individual chapters, or call
'Mrs. Bodzin, 557-4248; Mrs.
Rodman, 547-0455; or Mrs.
Charles Blauer, 838-7283.

.

MRS. JULES BRAUFMAN

the international board of
Bnai Brith Wien and is
national continuity chair-
man and national commis-
sioner for the 43nai Brith
Youth Organization.
The dinner-meeting is
being planned by Mrs.
Harry Bodzin and Mrs. Jo-
seph Rodman, leadership
co-chairmen. Mrs. Maynard



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WASHINGTON — It cost
a• nickel to mail a letter
when the Bnai Brith Phila-
telic Service produced its
f,irst first-day cover for
stamp collectors.
Since then — 1966 — it
has sold more than 25,000 of
35 cachets that memorialize
Jews and their accompliSh-
ments — from the moon to
Yellowstone National Park.
The Bnai Brith service, an
adjunct of the museum-ex-
hibit hall in the organiza-
tion's national headquarters
here, operates primarily by
mail, selling to collectors in
the U.S. and abroad.
For many collectors it is
their only source for stamps
and first-day covers of Jew-
ish interest. Since Robert
Shosteck, Bnai Brith's cura-
torrivho directs the phila-
telic service, includes a
printed background sheet
with each cachet, it is also a
brief lesson in Jewish his-
tory.
The.service',s-36th first-
day cover,, featuring
the Revolutionary patriot
Haym Salomon, came out
March 25 — issue date of
the U.S. Postal Service's

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Others in the series honor

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the first American-born
rabbi; Francis Salvador of
South Carolina,' th6 first
Jew to serve in an American
legislature, and patriot-
merchants Jonas Phillips
and Aaron Lopez.

Shosteck reviews each
new U.S. commemorative
stamp for a possible "Jewish
angle" and selects five or six
each year to produce a new
cover.

For a list of available
first-day covers write Bnai
Brith Philatelic Service,
1640 Rhode Island Ave.,
N,W., Washington, D.C.
20036.

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