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April 11, 1975 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-04-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

rifay, April 11, 1975

Bnai Brith Women to Install
Mrs. Ellis as -30th President

NEWS
AT THE
NECKLINE

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Mrs.- Robert Ellis will be science from Wayne State
installed as the 30th presi- University. She is 'the li-
dent of the Bnai Brith brary director for Walsh
Women's Council of Metro- -College of Accounting and
politan Detroit at a lunch- Business Administration in
eon noon Thursday at Adat Troy.
Shalom Synagogue.
Mrs. Ellis is a past presi-
dent of Ivan S. Bloch Chap-
ter- and was the women's
council treasurer and vice
president as well as chair-
man of many major com-
mittees. She is vice chair-
man of the Michigan
Regional Advisory Board of
the Bnai Brith Youth Or-
ganization and is a member
of the' Michigan Regional
Advisory Board of the Anti-
Defamation League. In ad-
dition, she was a consultant
to several Bnai Brith Wom-
en's chapters in the Detroit
metropolitan area.
MRS. ROBERT ELLIS
A graduate of Douglass
Other
officers to be in-
College of Rutgers Univer-
sity Mrs. Ellis received her stalled are: Mesdames
master's degree in library Harold Rowe, president-
elect; Norman Moss, Paul
Newman and Sylvia Ross,
vice presidents; Perry
Shulman, treasurer; Carl
HARVARD -
Pearl, Melvin Tichik and
Charles Ruben, secre-
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24 Stores & Services
Mrs. Maynard Kalef, out-
going council president, has
11 Mile & Lahser
appointed-Mrs. Pearl as in-
stallation chairman. Assist-
ing Mrs. Pearl with liinch-
eon plans are M-r-s. Sylvia
Ross, arrangements; Steffi
Korens and members of
'Ahava Chapter, decorations;
Suzi Gaines and Suza•,
Manhoff, progranis; Mrs.
Ted Coden, publicity; and
Mrs: Samuel Goldstein and
Mrs. Joseph Feuereisen,
tickets.
Mrs. Allen Weitzman, a
past_ president of both the
Bnai Brith Women's Coun-
cil and Block Chapter, will
be installing officer.
For tickets, contact. indi-
vidual chapters or call the
ticket co-chairmen, Mrs.
Goldstein, 353-6220; or Mrs.
Feuereisen, 547-1139.

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Bnal B r ith Activities

ISRAEL CHAPTER will
install Ruth Blumberg as
president at its - 26th instal-
lation 8 p.m. April 22 at the
Zionist Cultural Center.
Other officers to be in-
stalled include Anne Mil-
grom and Roslyn Garfinkel,
vice presidents; Ann Cutler,'
treasurer; Sharon Winans,
Esther Shrager, Sylvia
Wohlman and Anna Linde-
man, secretaries; and Es- -
ther Applebaum, counselor.
* Board members include Syl-
via Ellenbogen, Ann Fish-
man, Bess Leiser, Faye
Meyers, Lil Meyers, Trudy
Oistracher, __Sylvia Posner,
Loretta Strager, Gertie Tait
and Dorothy Trock: Betty
Eidelman, past president of
the women's council, will in-
stall the officers,_ and Sara
Mazer will be -cclairman for
the day. Entertainment will
be presented by folk singers
Rachel and Michael, and
pianist Lillian Freedland.
Refreshments will be
- served, and guests -are in-
vited.
* *_ *
DETROIT BUSINESS
AND PROFESSIONAL
CHAPTER will have a
meeting 8:15 p.m.' April 22

at the Lincoln Towers Apts.
club room. There will be a
"Jewish bingo." Guests are
invited, and refreshments
will be served.

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People
Make News

BENJAMIN BAG-
. DADE of Botsford Dr.,
Farmington Hills, will be
inducted into the MICHI-
GAN AMATEUR
SPORTS HALL OF
FAME at its fourth awards
dinner May 8 at the-Warren
Chateau. Bagdade, a whole-
sale food salesman, was a
founder of ,the Michigan
Abe Cherow, Says.
_ Skating Assocation and
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later president of the U.S.
MONEY ON
Amateur Skating Union. He
UPHOLSTERING, BUT
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and directed meets through-
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WORKMANSHIP AND
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AVERN
Attorney
WANT. IT.
COHN, chairman of the
CALL FOR A FREE
- Department of Michigan
Michigan Civil Rights Com-
HOME ESTIMATE!
Ladies Auxiliary will meet
mission has been elected
8:30 p.m. Wednesday at the
co-chairman of the 1975
LU 4-5900
JWV Memorial Home.
NAACP Fight for Freedom
Nominations will be dis-
dinner to be held April 27 at
ARTISTIC UPHOLSTERERS INC.
cussed, and Mrs. Jack
Cobo Hall.
5755 SCHAEFER RD.
Goyer, departmentpresi-
(1 block North of Fot d Rd )
dent, will report on the na-
Dearborn
LU 4.5900
tional executive meeting at
Registration Open
- ABE (BROW, President
,Open Doily 8 a.m. to 5 p m
the Hotel Warwick in New
for
Center Classes
York.
Registration fbr the 1975
Jewish Community Center
Planning some new decorating ideas .. .? PICTURE TALK presents it's
Summer Program remains
open to the community.

JOIN

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Center members and non-
members may choose from
a wide selection of summer
programs and activities de-
signed to suit the interests
of youngsters ranging from
the 21-month old toddler,
through high school seniors.
Session one will begin June
30.
For information, contact
the Center group services of-
fice, 341-4200.

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