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June 18, 1976 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-06-18

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24 June 18, 1976

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HUGE TRUCK INVENTORY
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AHAVA CHAPTER will
hold a g.eneral meeting 8
p.m. Thursday in the home
of Jackie Smith, 29530
Sharon Ln., Southfield.
There will be a surprise pro-
gram, "Expect the Unex-
pected.". Single women age
18-35 are invited, and re-
freshments will be served.
For information or direc-
tions, call Ms. Smith at
353-1485, or Sue Manhoff,
chapter president, 557-9059.

— IMMEDIATE DELIVERY —

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Bnai Brith Activities

PICK OUT THE CAR OF YOUR CHOICE
INCLUDING • THUNDERBIRDS • ELITES • LTD's

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

MEL FARR ISN'T A "LION"
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COOK-FARR FORD
10 MILE AND GREENFIELD

Mon. & Thurs. `Til 9
Tues., Wed. & Fri. 'Til 6

399 6600

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BNAI BRITH WOM-
EN'S COUNCIL OF MET-
ROPOLITAN DETROIT
will hold a delegates' meet-
ing 8 p.m. Wednesday at the
Zionist Cultural Center.



Give your dad
a little Doug Hoffman
for &Often Day.

Maybe your dad shops at
Doug Hoffman Ltd.

Maybe he doesn't.

But with the kind of
clothing Doug Hoffman
has . . .

You couldn't find -a better
place to help your dad
look great!

Doug Hoffman has every-
thing from the finest
designer suits, shirts and
ties ... to the latest in
sportswear, at prices
anyone can afford.

Plus an outstanding
selection of Bally
Shoes.

Even if you give your dad
just a little of the great
clothing Doug Hoffman
has ... .

He'll know there's a lot of
_ love behind it.

This Father's Day give
your dad a little Doug
Hoffman.

Doug Hoffman Ltd.
New Orleans Mall
15600 W. 1-0. Mile at
Greenfield in Southfield
557-3313
Monday Thursday Friday
9:30 am to 8:30 pm
Tuesday, Wednesday
9:30 am to 5:30 pm
Saturday 9:30 am to 5:30

Mrs. Harold Rowe, Council
president, said a coffee hour
will follow.

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MASADA CHAPTER
will hold a games party 8
p.m. Thursday at the Or-
chard Mall community
room, Orchard Lake Rd. and
Maple. There is a charge.
There will be prizes. For in-
formation, call Marcia Call-
ton, 626-0423.

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MAURICE C. ZEIGER
CHAPTER will-- have a
paid-up membership
"Hawaiian Luau" Dinner
with entertainment at 7:30
p.m. Tuesday at the Frank-
lin Pointe Apts. club house.
Dues may be paid' at the
door. For reservations or
information call Shirley
Feig, 541-1817 or Bonnie
Shapiro, 968-8089.
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TIKVAH LODGE in-
stalled Harry Horwitz as
president at its 29th annual
installation dinner-dance at
Glen_Oaks Country Club.
Louis E. Barden also in-
stalled Stan Seligman, Art
Sandberg and Warren
Kaufman, vice presidents;
Marshal Fisher, Larry
Schon and Harry Oberstein,
secretaries; Joe Mehr, war-
den; Herman Kazdan, chap-
lain; and Perce Golden, Carl
Lichtenstein, Jack Frank,
Charles Borman, Philip
Goren, Frederic Mann, Mil-
ton Levine, Stan Gross, Jack
Gormezano and Maury
Beckerman, trustees.
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MARSHALL-SUBUR-
BAN LODGE will hold its
annual installation and din-
ner-dance 6:30 p.m. June 27
at the Glen Oaks Country
Club. Edward Schlussel will
be installing officer, and
Max Kushner, master of
ceremonies. Officers to be
installed are Bernard
Schlussel, president; Carl
Pearl, Albert Stebbins and
Larry Zatkin, vice presi-
dents; David Diskin, secre-
tary; Morris Pearl, trea-
surer; Harry Mickel§on,
chaplain; Mike Rader, war-
den; and Al Goodman,
guardian. Board of trustees

Almogi Has New
Political Adviser

Doug °Oman Lid.
ch

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Haggai Eshed, former diplo-
matic correspondent of Da-
var, assumed his new duties
as political adviser and
press aide to .Yosef Almogi,
chairman of the World Zion-
ist Organization and Jewish
Agency Executives.
He will assist Almogi in
dealing with problems of
Soviet, Arab and South
American Jewries and will
supervise the WZO's press
and public relations prepa-
rations for the upcoming
World Zionist Congress.
Eshed was a confidant of
the late Premier David Ben-
Gurion and has published
research papers on interna-
tional affairs. He resigned
from Davar recently when
former Defense Minister
Moshe Dayan asked him to
become editor of a new daily
newspaper that Dayan and
American backers planned
to publish in Israel.

includes Edward Schlussel,
Harry Bodzin, Al Farber,
Charles Fink, Kushner,
Steve Rader, Isadore Gold-
farb, Albert Gutman, Jack
Tarnow and Jerome Gotlieb.
There is a charge for dinner.
Refreshments will be served
at no charge. For informa-
tion and reservations, call
Carl Pearl, VE 8-5384.

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TZEDAKAH CHAPTER
will- have its first installa-
tion of officers 7 p.m. Tues-
day at the Southfield Holi-
day Inn, on Telegraph north
of 10 Mile. Cocktails and
dinner will be served. Offi-
cers to be installed are: Mar-
ilynn Mittleman, president;
Sandi Goldman, Jeannie
Weiner and Anne Vinocur,
vice presidents; Selma Sher-
man and Sue Boughton, sec-
retaries; Shirley Soskin and
Jackie Schlossberg, treasur-
ers. For reservations call
Sandi Goldman, 576-1955,
or Eve Ingber, 357-3909.
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FRANCES SOLOVICH
CHAPTER will have a
mother and daughter buffet
dinner meeting at 8 p.m.
Monday in the Lancaster
Hills Apts. club house.
There will be a fashion
show. There is a charge. For
information and reserva-
tions, call Ardele Morris,
399-9365, or Rhoda Kahn,
626-6894.
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L'CHAYIM LODGE will
have its annual installation
7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Ro-
man Terrace Restaurant.
Martin Weston, president of
the Bnai Brith Men's Coun-
cil of Metropolitan Detroit,
will be installing officer.
Officers to be installed are
Michael B. Berger, presi-
dent; Sheldon Green, Robert
Rudolph, Harvey Cohen and
Phil Perlstein, vice presi-
dents; secretaries, Howard
Green, Gilbert Friedman
and Robert Franklin; Na-
than Goldberg, Mark Lavet-
ter and Joe Papo, trustees-
at-large. Trustees are Den-
nis Block, Marshall Bur-
stein, Harold Daien, Marty
Krohner, Marvin Oppen-
heim, Barry Seifman arid
Joel__ Silberblatt. Lawrence
Light is chaplain. For infor-
mation, call Berger,
398-8709.
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BB District 6
Convention Set

CHICAGO — Bnai Brith
District 6 will have its 108th
annual convention June
27-30 at the Omaha Hilton,
Omaha, Neb.
David M. Blumberg, in-
ternational president of
Bnai Brith, will address the
opening session. Alfred L.
Atherton, Jr., assistant sec-
retary of state for Near
Eastern and South Asian
affairs, will be installation
banquet speaker.
A youth fellowship award
will be presented to Marvin
K. Bailin, District 6 presi-
dent. -
Convention activities in-
clude a tr ip to the strategic
air command base, a visit to
BoYs Town, art exhibits and
more.

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