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February 27, 1976 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-02-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40 Friday, February 27, 1976

Justice is not of human
invention; it is of divine in-
tention.
— Emil G. Hirsch

DEBORAH CHAPTER
will hold its 11th annual in-
stallation 7 p.m. March 11
at the Farm House restau-
rant in Hazel Park. Dinner
will be served. Installing
officer will be Mrs. May-
nard Kalef, immediate past
president of the Bnai Brith
Women's Council of Metro-
politan Detroit. New offi-
cers include Mesdames Ed-
ward Tunick, president;
Harvey Cohen, Lawrence
Light and Marc Rich, vice
presidents; Allan Freed,
treasurer; Gerald Gershune,
Owen Marcus and Alan Bar-
man, secretaries; and Rich-

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include Mesdames Jack
Bletstein, Miles Brod, Earl
Freeman, Morris Markow-
itz, JoAn Perlin, David Ro-
sen, Harry Rubenstein,
Robert Rudolph, Lewis Sil-
ver, Robert Vail and Alan
Vosko. Installation chair-
man is Mrs. Mel Tichik.

* * *

LOUIS MARSHALL
CHAPTER will have its
34th annual installation

* *

WASHINGTON — Eight
hundred Bnai Brith Women
delegates from the United
States, Canada, Israel, Eu-
rope and South America
will hold their International
Biennial Convention in
Washington, D. C. March
7-10.
The convention theme,
"So Proudly We Hail," will
be carried out through
workshops, programs and
speakers exploring "the
spirit of service, the spirit of
woman and the spirit of
continuity."
The keynote address will
be given by Dore Schary,
honorary national chairman
of the Bnai Brith Anti-Defa-
mation League, on "The
Jewish Experience in Amer-
ica".
Other speakers will in-
clude Dr. Daniel Thursz,
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Workshops and a film
will highlight the "Woman
to Woman" program to be
held 1 p.m. Sunday at Tem-
ple Emanu-El, co-sponsored
by the Bnai Brith Women's
Council of Metropolitan
Detroit and the Great Lakes
Bnai Brith Girls' Council.
Refreshments will follow
the program. Tickets are
available through Bnai
Brith Women's chapters or
by calling the BBYO office,
354-6113.

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community planning at
the University of Mary-
land; Gerda Weissman
Klein, a Holocaust victim;
and Yecheskiel Cohen, di-
rector of the group's chil-
dren's home and group
house in Israel.
Workshops on programs
to serve senior adults, ma-
ternal and infant advocacy,
the Jewish woman and ado-
lescent prejudice will be
held. The delegates will also
set policy for the 150,-
000-member organization,
and act on a number of na-
tional and international is-
sues.
Mrs. Louis Kash of Los
Angeles will be installed as
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dent; Celia Mager and Rose
Silver, vice presidents; Shir-
ley Plotnik, treasurer; Gol-
die Franklin, Gertrude Liss,
Lillian Dorf and Esther Nis-
kar, secretaries. Board
members include Sylvia
Brickner, Ada Ginsberg,
Esther Kessler, Bernice Ro-
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