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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-11-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

November 14, 1975

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will meet noon Wednesday will have a delegates meet-
at the Southfield Civic Cen- ing 8 p.m. Wednesday at the
ter Recreation Building. The Zionist Cultural Center.
chapter bowling league will Mrs. Robert Ellis is Council
host the meeting and a bow- president. Coffee hour will
lers dramatic group will follow.
present a skit, "Bicentennial
BNAI BRITH WORK-
Blues." Guests are invited at ING WOMEN'S CHAP-
a nominal charge.
TER will have a Hanuka-
TIKVA CHAPTER will charter signing meeting 8
have a meeting noon Tues- p.m. Thursday in the home
day in the Knob-in-the- of Judy Robins, 27140
Woods Apts. club house. Pierce, Southfield. A pro-
The bowling league will gram will be presented
serve a smorgasbord lunch- on the Anti-Defamation
eon followed by games. Mrs. League. To join the newly
Bernard Whiteman is presi- formed chapter, call Bea
dent, and Mrs. Philip Kra- Fealk, 968-9556; Sylvia
mer, program chairman. Ross, 545-5810; or Ruth
There is a nominal charge. Newman, 968-0994.

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State University, 8:15 p.m. club house. An airlines rep-
Tuesday at the Lincoln Tow- resentative will give a dem-
ers Apts. club room. Guests onstration on suitcase pack-
are invited, and refresh- ing. Sylvia Ross will present
ments will be served. a gift and jewelry boutique.
BNAI BRITH WOM- Mrs. George Bright, mem-
EN'S COUNCIL OF MET- bership vice president, in-
vites guests at a nominal
charge. For dinner reserva-
tions, call Mrs. Sidney Brad-
ley, 398-8783, or Mrs. Don-
ald Kaye, 352-2742.

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meeting 8:30 p.m. Thursday
at the Jewish War Veterans
Memorial Home. There will
be a d;splay from the Michi-
gan Bell Telephone Co.
Refreshments and games
will follow, and friends are
welcome.
AHAVA CHAPTER will
have a general meeting 7:30
p.m. Thursday in the home
of Barbara Cohen, 22762
Ponchartrain, Southfield. A
"Careers Night" program
will take place in conjunc-
tion with Bnai Brith Girls
chapters. Members are re-
quested to bring items for a
grab bag. The women will
have a holiday boutique 7:30
p.m. Monday and Nov. 24 at
Strike and Spare Lanes. For
information on the bou-
tique, call Nance Korens,
626-7090. For information
on chapter activities, call
Linda Levine, 357-4396,
after 4:30 p.m.; or Steffi Ko-
rens, 354-4436.

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Bnai Brith members

participating in the pro-

gram are Louis Weber,
Bnai Brith Foundation
Committee chairman,
who will introduce the
presidents of BBG and
AZA: and Sol Moss, mem-
ber of the board of gover-
nors, International Bnai
Brith.

President Ford's greet-
ings will be among the eve-
ning's highlights. Michi-
gan's two U.S. Sens., Philip
A. Hart and Robert P. Grif-
fin, will join the tribute to
Stockmeyer. Also partici-
pating are: Representative
William C. Broomfield and
former Congresswoman
Martha Griffiths. Joining in
the state's greetings to the
honorees are Gov. William
G. Milliken, State Attorney
General Frank J. Kelley and
Michigan Secretary of State
Richard Austin.
Mayor Coleman A.
Young, who has proclaimed
Nov. 18 as C. Boyd Stock-
meyer Day; will send greet-
ings from the city. Council
President Carl Levin, will
bring a council resolution.
Mayor David Breck of Bir-
mingham has also pro-
claimed C. Boyd Stock-
meyer Day in Birmingham,
the honoree's home city.
Those in the automotive
community who honor
Stockmeyer are Henry Ford
II, board chairman of Ford
Motor Co.; Roy D. Chapin
Jr., chairman of the board
and chief executive officer
of American Motors;
Thomas A. Murphy, chair-

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ANTIQUES

Nearly 1,000 guests will
pay tribute to C. Boyd
Stockmeyer at the 1975 In-
ternational Bnai Brith Hu-
manitarian Award Dinner 7
p.m. Tuesday in the Grand
Ballroom of Cobo Hall, it
was announced by Irwin I.
Cohn, Joseph L. Hudson,
Jr., and Alan E. Schwartz,
general dinner chairmen.
Cocktails will be served at 6.
Martin M. Gluchow, in-
ternational vice president of
Bnai Brith, will present the
Humanitarian Award to
Stockmeyer.
Clergymen participating
in the program are: Rabbi
Richard Hertz of Temple
Beth El; Very Rev. Malcolm
Carron, S.J., president of
the University of Detroit;
Right Reverend H. Coleman
McGehee, Bishop of the
Diocese of Michigan; and
Cantor Jacob Barkin of
Cong. Shaarey Zedek.

ONE ADMISSION RE-ADMITS ALL DAYS!

Detroiter Joins BB
Fund Raising Unit

Southfield realtor Louis
Weber returned recently
from Washington, D.C.
where he was instrumental
in helping set funding policy
for the national youth pro-
grams of the 500,-
000-member Bnai Brith.
He took part in the an-
nual meeting of the Bnai
Brith Fund Raising Cabinet.
Weber, by special ap-
pointment of Bnai Brith in-
ternational president, David
NI. Blumberg, is a member-
at-large of the fund policy
body.

man of the board of General
Motors; John J. Riccardo,
board chairman of Chrysler;
and Leonard Woodcock,
president of the United
Auto Workers.

George E. Gullen, presi-
dent of Wayne State Uni-
versity, Dr. Wayne H.
Buell, president of Lawr-
ence Institute of Technol-
ogy and Dr. William Ha-
ber, a former dean at the
University of Michigan,
will be among the leading
educators at the dinner.

Avigdor Zaromp, an un-
employed mathematics pro-
fessor who went on a hun-
ger strike since he couldn't
find a job in his field, has
ended the strike after hav-
ing gotten several tempo-
rary job offers.
Zaromp, a Polish-born
Jew, began the strike to call
attention to his plight and
to protest affirmative action
hiring policies which gave
preference to minority
groups.

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Young people are repre-
sented on the program by
Gail Shifman, president of
Great Lakes Council Bnai
Brith Girls; Larry Adler,
president of Great Lakes
Council AZA; and Kenneth
Jacobs, president of the
Wayne State University
Hillel Student Council.
Proceeds will go to Bnai
Brith youth services.
For reservations, call
Bnai Brith, 354-6100.

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