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June 13, 1975 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-06-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

INVITATIONS
by HATTIE
SCHWARTZ

Bnai Brith Activities

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DOWNTOWN-FOX
LODGE will install Lawr-
ence Pianin as president at
its annual installation 6:30
p.m. Thursday at the Labor
Zionist Institute. Officers to
be installed include: Berko
Zdanowicz, Jack Hoffman
and Saln Slafkin, vice presi-
dents; Moe Moore, trea-
surer; and Leonard Kendler
and Benjamin Joffe, secre-
taries. A musical program
will be presented. There is a
charge. For reservations, by
Saturday, call Kendler,
398-9323.

* * *

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ANNOUNCEMENT:

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FRED BROWN

OF SOUTHFIELD

ARE THE
MOST SINCERE
AND
GENUINE FRIENDS

Love,
Bev and Bob Stewart

IVAN S. BLOCH
LODGE installed Irving
Herman as president at its
29th annual installation
dinner-dance at the Shenan-
doah Golf and Country
Club. Installed with him
were: Richard Liss, Isadore
Perlmutter, Sanford Lip-
man, Morton Steinhart and
Oscar Tuttleman, vice presi-
dents; Marc Weberman,
treasurer; Ray Rebeck, Mar-
shall Prog and Charles
Blauer, secretaries; Norman
Moss, chaplain, Larry
Schlussel, Lou Cohen, Marc
Tuttleman, Jerome Ettinger

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and Walter Kaatz, mem-
bers-at-large. Past presi-
dent Fred Sorkow as master
of ceremonies, and Lou Se-
gel, past president of the
Metropolitan Detroit Bnai
Brith Council, was install-
ing officer.

* *

*

IVAN S. BLOCH
CHAPTER will hold its

annual membership reten-
tion dinner Thursday at the
Franklin Pointe Apts. club
house. Dinner will be
served, and there will be
games. There will also be an
installation for new mem-
bers. For information, call
membership chairman, Bar-
bara Levine, 398,7577„ or
president, Shirley Schlus-
sel, 255-7420.

* * *

DETROIT LODGE will

install Peter Perlman,
youngest president in the
lodge's history, at an instal-
lation dinner-dance 6:30
p.m. Tuesday at the Raleigh
House. Other officers to be
installed by Nathan Ruben-
stein, national Bnai Brith
dignitary, and Mary Ruby,
master of ceremonies, are:
Melvin Turbow, Ike Grod-
sky and William Rosen, vice
presidents; Rolfe Weil, fi-
nancial secretary-treasurer;
Edwin Sitron and Ben Gros-
singer, secretaries; William
Gross, chaplain. Trustees
include Sam Braunstein, Al
Blaize, Larry Bogrow, Art
Brodsky, Phil Burke, Stuart
Cassell, Joe Morrison,
Stuart Pinsky, Glenn Sid-
der, Sam Turbow, Sanford
Turbow, Meyer Werber,
Steve Friedman, Glen Gra-
tis, Harry Yellen and Tom
Borin.

* *

*

OAKLAND CENTURY
LODGE installed Jerome L.
Brasch as president at its
recent installation dinner-
dance at the Raleigh House.
Other officers are Ralph
Miller, Donald Simon and
David Weiner, vice presi-
dents; Eugene Hirsch,
David Redisch and Irving
Lyness, secretaries; David
Desow, treasurer; Erwin S.
Bunin, chaplain; Dr. David
Friedman, warden; and Mil,
ton M. Weinstein, adviser.
Trustees include Morton
Bechek, Dr. Theodore Berg-
man, Ludwig Boraks, Sol'
Budney, David Freedman,
Sol Goldberg, Martin Hol-
lander, Joseph Katz, Irving
Klar, Seymour Krause, Her-
bert Margolis, Fred Mar-
rich, Mike Pomerantz, Irv-
ing Rollinger and Ernest
Soloman. Past president
Sidney Freedland was in-
stalling officer. The lodge
will have its final dinner-
meeting of the year Tuesday
at the Town and Country
Club. Bingo will follow.

* *

Care of Holy Sites Lauded

JERUSALEM — The
head of the Romanian Or-
thodox Church told the
Knesset last week that Is-
rael's prestige was enhanced
by the excellent care and
protection it gave to her
holy places.

UN Owes Canada
for M.E. Forces

OTTAWA (ZINS) — Min-
ister Allan Maceachen told
Parliament in Ottawa, UN
members owed .52.5 million
for keepirig UN forces in the
Middle East.
As of February 28, U.S.
owed $17.3 million, Soviet
Union $10.3 million, China
$7.6 million, Japan $4.3 mil-
lion, Italy $3.2 million,
France $2.1 million, and
Britain $1.8 million.

Patriarch Justinian said
that everything he had seen
during his 10-day visit had
left a favorable impression.
He attended the dedication
of the Romanian Church in
the Musrara 6uarter, and
said it would "add one more
jewel to Jerusalem's
crown."
During his visit, the Pa-
triarch visited the Western
Wall and its excavations,
the Dome of the Rock
Mosque and the Monastery
of the Holy Cross.

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*

HENRY MORGEN-
THAU CHAPTER will
hold its paid-up member-
ship luncheon noon Wednes-
day at the home of Mrs.
Merle D. Polen, 1496 Sodon
Lake, Bloomfield Hills. The
meeting will honor 25-year
members and new. mem
bers. A program is planned.

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