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June 06, 1975 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-06-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

01 PHOTOGRAPHY

NEW DIMENSION_
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SPECIAL

24-8 x 10 Color Photos
1 Album
11 x 14 Portrait

event is open to all inter-
ested Jewish young adults.
For reservation informa-
tion, call Mary Wagner,
836-4316, or Rhonda Lenz-
ner, 968-7187.
* * *
THE BAYIT will hear
Bill Cope speak on "A Little
Bit of Everything—Parap-
sychology, ESP, Meditation
and Dreams" 8 p.m. Tues-
day at its headquarters,
16845 Muirland. Refresh-
ments will be served. For in-
formation, call the Bayit,
861-1929.

Abraham-Hillel, will host a
day at Cedar Point begin-
ning with breakfast at 7:30
a.m. June 22, leaving from
the synagogue. Cost of the
trip includes breakfast,
transportation and park
admission. Reservations are
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CRITERION CLUB will

install Esther Bershad as
president at its installation
dinner-dance June 20 at the
Raleigh House. Other offi-
cers are: counselor, William
NI. Fleisher; vice presidents,
Betty Weinberg, Harvey L.
Katz and Bertha Stein; sec-
retaries, Sylvia Bruch and
Pauline Bernstein; trea-
surer, Samuel Mozes; histo-
rian, Eve Lang; and direc-
tors, Yona Radzin, Sam
Neff, Gertie Neuburger,
Cecile Smith and Nate
Rubin. Johnny "C" and his
orchestra will provide the
music for dancing. For res-
ervations or information,
call Ms. Bruch, 5454108, or
Ms. Weinberg, 559-5175.
* * *

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SERVING ONLY
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Community Center will
meet for bowling through-
out the summer 9 p.m. every
second and fourth Sunday
of the month at Oak Park
Lanes. Meetings will re-
sume in September.

Jordan Prospers

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — De-
spite the loss of the West
Bank in the Six-Day War,
and a two-year boycott by
Syria and Iraq, Jordan is
prospering and has ex-
ceeded its pre-Six-Day War
economic • achievements in
most fields.

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I

elected president of the De-
troit Zionist Federation
Thusday at its annual elec-
tion meeting.
Other officers are Morris
Lieberman, Labor Zionist
Alliance, vice president;
Rebecca Godberg and Eve-
lyn Noveck, both of Pioneer
Women, secretaries; and
Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Feuer,
Americans for Progressive
Israel, treasurers.
Chairpersons include
Betty Bienstock, Hadassah,
-programs for expansion and
development; Ben Harold,
LZA, general programs;
Morris Cooper, American
and Canadians for Aliya,
aliya; Ann Zuckman, Had-
assah, education; Dr. Lester
Zeff, Zionist Organization
of Detroit, membership;
Marcel Behar, Sephardic
Community, public affairs;
Shirley Leopold, Hadassah,
social action; and Rita Big-
man, Mizracchi, youth.
Devera Stocker, Ameri-
cans for Progressive Israel,
was elected member-at-
large. Delegates are Gordon
Silverman, LZA, Jewish
Community Council dele-
gate; and Steve Goldin, Re-
visionists, and Morris Lie-
berman, LZA, American
Zionist Federation Board
delegates.

Security Seminar
Due in Southfield

The Southfield Chamber
of Commerce will sponsor a
security seminar 8:30 p.m.
Thursday in the Lawrence
Institute of Technology's
science building study hall.
Southfield building man-
agers and owners, company
security employes, and rep-
resentatives of homeowners,
civic, service and trade or-
ganizations in Southfield
are invited. For reserva-
tions, at no charge, call the
Chamber of Commerce,
356-0400.

NEIk YORK — More
than 200 leaders of Jewish
campus groups from United
States and Canada will con-
vene at the first North
American Jewish Students
Congress on Israel this
weekend at Camp Ramah,
Lake Como, Pa.
The congress is being
sponsored by the North
American Jewish Students'
Network.
Combining debate on is-
sues surrounding the Mid-
dle East conflict, with inten-
sive workshops to develop
the skills of those working
for Israel on the campus,
the congress culminates a
year of Pro-Israel activities
on North American cam-
puSes.

Seniors to Host
Concert at Center

The Senior Adult Council
of the Jewish Community
Center will sponsor a
"Music of the Jewish Peo-
ple" concert 8 p.m. Sunday
at the 10 Mile branch.
The program will feature
Cantor David Gutman of
Temple Beth El, Windsor,
and Irene Pianin and Celia
Dzodin. There is a charge,
and refreshments will be
served.

Lodge to Have
Annual Election

Montefiore Lodge, Free
Sons of Israel, will have its t
annual election meeting 8
p.m. Tuesday in the White-
hall Apts. club house.
Reservations will be ac-
cepted for the June 29 in-
stallation dinner at Stouf-
fer's Restaurant at which a
fund raising will be held.
Refreshments will be served
at the meeting.

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Maronites Fear
for Lebanon Peers .

HAIFA — A leader of Is-
rael's Christian Maronite
community may appeal to
the U.S. and France to help
stop the bloodshed in Leba-
non where his co-religion-
ists are sporadically fight-
ing Palestinians.
Anis Abboud, secretary of
the 3,000-member commu-
nity in Israel, said the ma-
jority of the Maronite com-
munity lives in Lebanon and
the desire to emigrate was
growing among the mem-
bers.
He' declared that Israel's
first president, Dr. Chaim
Weitzmann, once promised
Maronite Patriarch Anton-
ius Areideh that if the Jew-
ish state were proclaimed, it
would help the Maronites of
Lebanon if they were in
danger.
Abboud charged that the
Lebanese Moslems were
trying to gain control of the
country, in a bid to step up
terrorist operations against
Israel. Moslem terrorists,
with the active support of
Syria and Egypt, have pro-
voked the current fighting,
he said.

Friday, June 6, 1975 39

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ROBERT ROSENBUSH

Robert L. Rosenbush was
elected president of the
Temple Beth El men's club
at its 56th annual meeting.

Other officers are: Doug:
las Schubot and Harold Jo-
sephson, vice presidents;
Aid Kushner, treasurer;
Jerry N. Balan and Dennis
N. Frank, secretaries.

Elected to the board of
directors were: Raymond
Abrams, Leon Ash, Leon-
ard Applebaum, Peter
Copeland, Dr. Charles
Greenberg, Avery Fisher,
Milton Jansky, Edward
Dizik, Isadore Malin,
Henry Moses, Ellis Rabb,
Carl Riseman and Gerald
Rowin.

Rosenbush affiliated with
Temple Beth El in 1953. He
was on the board of the
men's club for several years
and held officership posi-
tions, including first vice
president. He also is a mem-
ber of the board of trustees
of the temple.

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