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April 23, 1976 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-04-23

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34 'April 23,. 1976

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DWI! WISH NEWS

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• • SMART FOOTWEAR
• • FOR MEN, WOMEN
• & THE YOUNG SET



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Honors Abound for Bnai Brith
Presidents at Annual Brunch

Bond Women's May Luncheon
Will Honor Mrs. Charlupski

Honors will abound for
past and present Bnai Brith
lodge and chapter,_presi-

Franka Charlupski, the
new chairman of the
Greater Metropolitan De-
troit Women's Division of
Israel Bonds, will be offi-
cially installed at a spon-
sor's luncheon May 19 at the
Bloomfield Hills home of
Mrs. Joseph Krinsky.
Bonds have been a Char-
lupski family project. Their
son, Larry, -honored his
father on the occasion of his
birthday by becoming a
member of Israel Bonds'
Prime Minister's Club. The
senior Charlupski has been
a member of the elite club
for the past two years.
Charlupski also was hon-
ored by Bnai Brith Einstein
Lodge on his birthday. The
family helped build a pre-
kindergarten in Kiryat Bi-
alik near Haifa._
Mrs. Charlupski has been
named Israel Bonds'
"Woman of Valor," an
achievement reached by
selling a minimum of
$200,000 in Bonds.
Mrs. Charlupski is a
charter member of the
Bnai Brith Einstein Chap-
ter, a life member of Had-
assah and American
Mizrachi Women and a

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dents at the 10th annual
Bnai Brith President's
Brunch to be held 10 a.m.
Sunday at Cong. Beth Abra-
ham-Hillel, in cooperation
with the Jewish National
Fund.
The program will feature
a talk by Ziedan Atashi,
Consul for the Israel Mis-
sion to the United Nations,
and citations for David Bitt-
ker, president of the Men's
Bnai Brith Council, and Glo-
ria Ellis, president of the
• Women's Council. Groves
will be planted in honor of
Bittker and Mrs. Ellis.
Bernard Panush, past
president of the Men's
Council and Evelyn Lev-
ine, past president of the
Women's Council, will co-
chair the event. Partici-
pating in the program are
Rabbi Ernst Conrad of
Temple Kol Ami, Meyer
Littky, council chairman
of the Martyrs Forst com-
mittee; and Mrs. David
Freedman, women's trib-
utes chairman.
Admission- is by the
planting of a minimum of
two trees. For information,
call JNF, 968-0820, or Bnai
Brith, 354-6100.

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workshops for engaged cou-
ples 8:30 p.m. May 2.
Organized by Nshei Cha-
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The purpose of the series
of parlor workshops is to en-
courage young people about
to establish a new home to
take a "second look" at re-
levance of Jewish values in
the modern home.
Groups will be limited to
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Each group will meet
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comments and experiences
centering around Jewish
concepts such as kashrut,
Shabat, mezuza, the wed-
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Business
Briefs

American Guild of Mu-
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national convention July
19-22 at the Dearborn Hyatt
Regency. Deadline for en-
tries is June 1. For informa-
tion, write Walter Trusz-
kowski, Convention
Manager, P.O. Box 92, Ham-
tramck 48212.

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