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October 17, 1975 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-10-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

BB Women Complete Plans
for Golden Gifts Luncheon

Borman's Services for Bonds
Recalled on His 80th Brithday

Bnai Brith Activities

BNAI BRITH WOM-
EN'S COUNCIL OF MET-
ROPOLITAN . DETROIT

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October 17, 1975 49

Bnai Brith Women's Council of Metropolitan De-
troit members planning for the Golden Gifts Luncheon
are, from left: Mrs. Robert Ellis, council president; Mrs.
Paul Newman, Youth Services Appeal chairman; and
Mrs. Joseph Rodman, Golden Gifts Luncheon chairman.
Admission to the noon Monday luncheon at Knollwood
Country Club is by a minimum $50 pledge. Author and
lecturer Robert St. John will be guest speaker. For res-
ervations, contact individual Bnai Brith chapters.

Bnai Brith Annual Dinner
Reservations Still Available

Reservations are still
available for the 1975 Inter-
national Bnai Brith Dinner
honoring C. Boyd Stock-
meyer, chairman and chief
executive officer of the De-
' troit Bank and Trust, to be
held Nov. 18 at Cobo Hall.
Honorary chairmen in-
clude former United Na-
tions Ambassador Philip M.
Klutznick, Michigan Sens.
Robert P. Griffin and Philip
A. Hart, Gov. William G.
Milliken, Attorney General
Frank J. Kelley, Secretary
of State Richard H. Austin

JOE MILLER

and

HIS ORCHESTRA

Musk For All Occasions

LI 5-1244

and Detroit Mayor Coleman
A. Young.
Co-chairmen are Richard
C. Gerstenberg, William G.
Meese, Ray W. Macdonald,
Thomas B. Adams, Jack
Musick and John S. Pingel.
Organizers include George
E. Gullen, the Very Rever-
end Malcolm Carron, Bishop
H. Coleman McGehee Jr.,
David M. Blumberg and
Paul Zuckerman.

Also included are honor-
ary chairmen: Louis.
Berry, Walker L. Cisler,
Max M. Fisher, Henry
Ford II, Roy D. Chapin
Jr., Thomas A. Murphy,
John J. Riccardo and
Leonard Woodcock.

Louis Weber is chairman
of the Bnai Brith Founda-
tion Committee. For reser-
vations, call Bnai Brith,
354-6100.

An outstanding record of
luncheon will be served.
Pearl Caplan and Max services for Israel Bonds
Miller, both of the Oak Park and other causes is recalled
will hold a delegates meet- Civic Chorus, will present a
on the occasion of Tom Bor-
ing 8 p.m. Wednesday at the musical program. They will
man's 80th birthday Oct. 24.
Zionist Cultural Center. be accompanied by Betty
A former chairman of the
Mrs. Robert Ellis is council Polan. Friends are invited.
Detroit Israel Bond Corn-
* * *
president. A coffee hour will
mittee, activities in behalf
follow the meeting.
of the Allied Jewish Cam-
CENTENNIAL CHAP-
TER will hold its regular
* * *
paign and for congrega-
meeting noon Tuesday, fea-
tional causes, emphasize
GALILEE AND MAUR-
Borman's pariticapation in
ICE C. ZEIGER CHAP- Wring a progressive lunch-
many causes.
eon starting with appetizers
TERS will hold a joint ADL
He has served, on the
meeting 8 p.m. Thursday in at the home of Mrs. Edwin
boards of Detroit Service
Rooms 223-224 in the South- Tarnopol, 20221 Willowick,
field Parks and Recreation Southfield; continuing with Group, Sinai Hospital and
Building, 10' 72 Mile and Ev- the main course at the home the Jewish Welfare Federa-
ergreen Rds. Marty Docto- of Mrs. Sherwin Sokolov, tion, and Borman Hall of
roff, a practicing attorney, 21280 Constitution, South- the Jewish Home for the
TOM BORMAN
former FBI agent and for- field; and culminating with Aged and Borman Branch
dessert
and
the
program
at
of
the
United
Hebrew
mer chairman of the Michi-
Freedom Medal "for dedi-
gap Regional Anti-Defama- the home of Mrs. Philip Schools were named for cated service to Detroit,
Salomon,
22175
Ivanhoe,
him.
tion League office, will be
America and Israel and to
Southfield. Guest speaker
In 1965 he was honored by the strengthening of free-
guest speaker.
will
be
Sherwin
Sokolov,
Israel Bonds with the Israel dom at home and abroad."
* * *
senior psychologist at the
DETROIT BUSINESS Oakland County Juvenile
Council Has New Holocaust Film
AND PROFESSIONAL Court, who will speak on
CHAPTER will meet 8:15 "Today's Changing Moral Vladka Meed's personal
on a tape recorded cassette
p.m. Tuesday at the Lincoln Standards." Prospective account of the Jewish un-
is a supplementary history
Towers Apts. club room. members are welcome. For derground's resistance to
Mrs. Philip Fealk, past pres- reservations by Monday, or the Nazi destruction of the of events narrated by actor
ident of District 6, will re- information, contact Mrs. Warsaw Ghetto is the Jew- Theodore Bikel.
To obtain the filmstrip
view "Humboldt's Gift," by Theodore Coden, 358-3983.
ish Community Council's and other materials, call
* * *
Saul Bellow. Guests are in-
latest addition to a growing
vited, and refreshments will
TIKVAH CHAPTER library of audio-visual re- Gloria Ruskin, program sec-
retary, at the Jewish Com-
be served.
will hold its regular meeting sources on the Holocaust.
munity Council, 962-1880.
* * *
noon Tuesday at Knob
Ms. Meed's descriptions of
Woods club house. Lunch- the life, destruction and
DOWNTOWN-FOX
CHAPTER will hold a paid- eon will be served. Guest death of the slowly ravaged
up membership meeting speaker will be Rabbi Ernst community is contained in a
Continental Watch
with games and prizes 8:30 Conrad of Temple Kol Ami, 20-minute documentary
p.m. Wednesday at the Ma- who will speak on "Israel, filmstrip entitled "The War-
& Jewelry Shop
ple House Restaurant, 10 Syrian JeWs and ADL." saw Ghetto: Holocaust and
210 S. Woodward Birm.
Mile and Southfield Rds. Mrs. Bernard Whiteman, Resistance." Accompanying
642-0423
president and Mrs. Philip Ms. Meed's reminiscenseS
Prospective members are
Kramer, program chair-
invited.
* * *
man, invite guests. There
will be a nominal fee pay-
LOUIS MARSHALL
able at the door.
CHAPTER will hold a
luncheon noon Thursday at
JNF Has Sunday
the Zionist Cultural Center.
Guest speaker will be Mary Office Hours
V. Beck, former Detroit City
Eleanor Heyman
Marion Feuerman
The Jewish National
Councilwoman. Her topic
Fund office will be open 10
will be "You Are a VIP." A
El-Mars has expanded to serve you better
a.m.-1 p.m. Sundays. Any-
nominal charge is payable
one wishing to purchase
at the door. Guests are wel-
WE CAN SRL YOUR MINK COATS, JACKETS,
come.
trees or for any other busi-
STOLES, FUN FURS, PERSIANS,
* * *
ness with JNF, may write
BROADTAIL FURS, FUR TRIMMED SWEATERS, etc
Jewish National Fund,
LOUIS D. BRANDEIS
CHAPTER will hold its
22100 Greenfield, Oak Park,
or call 968-0820.
next regular meeting 12:30
The JNF is open week-
p.m. Monday at the Zionist
13661 W. 11 Mile, just West of Coolidge
days from Monday through
Cultural Center. A petite
Thursday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Oak Park, Mich. (Across from A & P)
and Friday from 9 a.m. to 4
MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 11 A.M. to 4 P.M.
p.m.
Moadon Ivri Will

FOR QUICK SALE

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El-Mars Suburban. Shop

El-Mars Furs

DENIM
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SPORTSWEAR

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Tues., Wed., Fri., Sat. 11-5
Thurs. 11-8

Sun. 12-4

2313 West 12 Mile Rd., Berkley
'/2 BIk. E. of Coolidge

No phone calls please.

Discuss Elderly

The Jewish Community
Center's Hebrew Cultural
Club — Moadon Ivri — will
meet 3:30 p.m. Saturday at
the 10 Mile Center. •

Paul Lupu will discuss in
Hebrew the problems of the
elderly in a kibutz setting.
He is shaliakh to Hashomer
Hatzair.

Moadon Ivri was formed
in 1972 "to encourage the
Hebrew language, litera-
ture, history and culture."
Its current officers are: Dr.
Milton Steinhardt, presi-
dent; Yonina Mathis, vice
president; Joshua Joyrich
and Yehudit Landy, secre-
taries; Isaac Mandel, trea-
surer; Sarah Lev publicity;
and Leon Baum, Ruth
Chanin and Samuel Halber-
stam, executive committee.

The weekly meetings are
open to the public.

Israel Sends You Her Best . .
songs, music, dance & her favorite Star

1975

Israeli Chassidic festival

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Israel's most popular stage
production is coming to

FORD AUDITORIUM

TUESDAY EVENING, OCT. 21, 1975

7:45 p.m.

ORCH: $ 1 2, 10, 8, 6:00
BAL. $3.50; MEZZ. $5.00

FOR TICKET RESERVATIONS
PLEASE CALL: 354-1810

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