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December 19, 1975 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-12-19

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THE 'DETROIT liEWISH NEWS

Ex-Detroiter Asks
for Greater Aliya

Former Detroit Chaim
"Larry" Forst, who has gone
on aliya to Israel with his
wife, expresses concern for
the Jewish state's future, in
an urgent message ad-
dressed to the Jewishcom-
munity of Detroit. In his let-
ter to The Jewish News,
Forst makes a plea for aliya,
for American Jews to assist
in assuring Israel's security.
His message reads in part:.
"We need people here. We
need trained people, college-
educated people, Jewish
.people like yotirselves with
h _ igh American efficiency
tandards, with developed
political thoughts, with the
desire to build, and the de-
sire to "raise Jewish children
in a Jewish state with a real
Jewish education. .
"You can make aliya.
There are thousands, liter-
ally thousands of former
Americans living in Israel.
Each one will tell you how
tough it was and still is. But
since when was being Jew-
ish easy? .. .
"Each one is doing an en-
ormous amount of good for
his people, for the Jewish
homeland, for the continu-
ance of our nation, for the
sake of his children. And
isn't that what being Jewish
is all about?"-

Hebrew Club
Slates Meeting

Michael Levi, member of
Garin Grofit settlement in
Israel, will address the Moa
don Ivri, the Jewish Com-
munity -Center Hebrew
club, 3:30 p.m. Sunday at
the 10 Mile branch of the
Center. Levi will discuss his
experiences in Israel.

ERIC
ROSENOW

and. His Continentals

featuring

the firiest
Music
and

Entertainment

398-3664

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JFCS Nursing Home Guide
Wins Family Service Prize

Bnai Brith Activities

The Jewish Family and
Children's Service hai re-
ceived a national award for
its booklet, "What About a
Nursing Home?"

BB Volunteers Will Substitute
for Hospital, Police Personnel

WASHINGTON — . For
several thousands of Bnai
Brith volunteers throughout
the country it's time again
to prepare for "Operation
Snowflake."
Fred Raboff of Cincinnati
is one of them.
Raboff knows that a vet-
erans hospital can be a
lonely-place for a patient far
from family and friends. So
for the 30th consecutive
year, Raboff, himself a vet-
eran, and other members of
Bnai Brith's Cincinnati
Lodge will spend Christmas
Day spreading cheer, gifts
and companionship at the
Ft.. Thomas Veterans Ad-
ministration Nursing
Home.

In Baltimore, 60 volun- • The award, according to
JFCS president Joseph Gar-
teers from Bnai Brith's
son, is the Family Service
Menora Lodge will con-
Association of America's
tinue a tradition begun in
1975 biennial Print Media
1964: filling in for police-
men in clerical, communi- Award for best reading
matter prepared for a spe-
cations and other precinct
cial interest group.
assignments, giving the
regulars a chance to spend
The booklet is a giiide for
Christmas Day with their
concerned adult children of
families.
aging parents who need to
In Albuquerque, Seattle, explore the supportive serv-
ices available in the Detroit
San Antonio, Chattanooga,
area
for the older genera-
across Long Island and in'
more than a dozen other ci- tion.
ties across Arneriea and in
Besides the guidelinei in
Canada, Bnai Brith volun- the booklet, there is also a
teers will serve as cooks, directory of supportive
orderlies; clerks and switch- services and agencies. The
board operators in hospitals material was compiled by
and police stations.
the members of the volun-
teer services committee of
JFCS. -

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Spirit of Bnai Brith Award
to Be Presented to Brown

Lawrence A. Brawn of
Southfield has been named
the recipient of the "Spirit -
of Bnai Brith Award,
1974-75" by Oakland-Cen-
tury Lodge.
A member of Zager-Stone
Lodge, Brown was selected
from a list of nominees sub-
mitted by the lodges and

Deteriber It( 1975 ;41

The booklet is available
by sending a request and a
_stamped, self-addressed
business-size envelope to
Jewish Family and Chil-
dren's, Service, 10801 Curtis,
Detroit 48221.
The booklet suggests dis-
cussions with the family's
doctor, and the aged person
when selecting a nursing
home, and gives criteria on
how to judge the quality of
a nursing home.

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Hillel' Concert
Committee Named

The concert committee
for the annual spring fund-
raising affair for Hillel Day
School has been announced.
The committee includes
Mrs. Bluma Seigal, David
Hermelin, Steve Medow,
Martin Miller and Abe Pas-
ternak.
Hershel Bernardi and the
Feenjon musical group will
perform for Hillel March 21
at Ford Auditorium.'Tickets
are available through Hillel,
851-2394.

Pre-Holiday

- SALE

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3 to 1/2 OFF

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and fundraising cabinet
member.
Details were being com-
pleted this week for an
awards banquet to. be held
Jana 13. Brown will receive a
plaque and 'present a $500
Oakland-Century Aodge
scholarship to a college stu-
dent.
For dinner information,
call David Redisch,
559-5739. •

nai Brith
Names Alpert

JNF Honors Envoy

- JERUSALEM — A forest
of 18,000 trees was planted
recently by the Jewish. Na-
tional Fund in the Interna-
tional Women's Forest - at
Kfar Kana in the Galilee in
memory of Rosario Castel-
lanos, the late Mexican
Ambassador to Israel who
died last year.

1r12.1\1€ - UP SPOIZTIQUE

Designer fashions and unusual gifts
17040 W. 12 Mile betw. Greenfield & Southfield 557-1220

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LAWRENCE BROWN

units'of the Metropolitan
Detroit Council of Bnai
Brith.
A past president of his
lodge, Brown is a trustee
of the Metropolitan De-
froit Council, Council
chairman of the Bnai
Brith Youth Organization

Kam Aggivevoty

To My Sister & Brother-In-Law

ADELINE AND ABNER ROSENZWEIG

WITH LOVE.

. OPEN SUN. DEC. 21—NOON-4 P.M.

40% to 50% OFF.
SALE on ALL

Whiter and Holiday Apparel

Blouses, Sweaters, Skirts, Slacks, Pant Suits Jump-
- ers, Blazers, Dresses and. Long Dresses .

FASHION BUREAU INC.

next to the new Zemans Bakery

25266 Greenfield-Oak Park
Open
All
Wed. thru Sat.
Sales Final
9-4:30
sizes 5-18

548 - 9300

SALE SALE SALE SALE

UP TO 1/2 OFF

ON DISCONTINUED SHOE STYLES

ALL SHOE
BOOTS

41.

1/3 OFF

LEWIS ALPERT

Lewis Alpert has been
appointed executive director
of the Metropolitan Detroit
Bnai Brith Council.
Alpert, who was educated
at the Jewish Theological
Seminary and George
Washington University, will
supervise all administrative
activities of the council
which is comprised of 23
lodges and two couples
units.
Alpert was an assistant
field director of State of Is-
rael Bonds, director of Dis-
trict 5• fund raising and di-
rector of special functions
and events outside District
5.

ORIGINAL
PRICE

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ORIGINAL PRICE

ARTINS SHOES

9 MILE & COOLIDGE
OAK PARK, MICH.

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