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August 20, 1976 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-08-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Bnai Brith Activities 1

Bnai Brith Plans Workshops

Metropolitan Detroit Brith Youth Services
Bnai Brith Council will pre- Appeal, Richard Kay, David
sent its 32nd annual Bittker; retention, Irving
leadership seminar 5:30 Bitterman, David Levine;
p.m. Wednesday at Adat and financial secretaries,
Shalom Synagogue. Dinner Floyd Bornstein and Harry
will be served at 6.
Pearson.
The evening will begin
* * *
with registration at 5:30
PISGAH CHAPTER will
p.m., followed by dinner. A have a luncheon and games
variety of workshops will for paid-up members only,
begin at 8.
12:30 p.m. Wednesday, in
The workshops, chairmen the Northgate Apts. Dues
and consultants include, will be accepted at the door,
?ectively: adult Jewish and new members are in-
,...dcation, Jonathan Jaffa, vited. Admission is free. For
Morris Direnfield; Anti- information, call Anna
Defamation League, Nosanchuk, chairman, 545-
Stanley Eisenberg, Harold 0886.
Jaffa; athletics, Harvey
Feinberg and Jeffrey
Kravitz, Marvin Dictor; Labor Israel Drive
blood bank, Steven Fried-
man, Henry Cohn; Hillel for Members Due
Foundation, Dennis Rice,
The Friends of Labor
Nathan Rubenstein; in- Israel and the Friends of
surance, Lou Goutman,
Pioneer Women launched a
Harry Oberstein; Israel
membership campaign Sun-
Bonds, (no chairman),
day at a brunch featuring
Harry N. Katz; trees for
Frank Phillips, national
Israel, Meyer Littky, Ber-
coordinator of the American
nard Panush; Bnai Brith
Professors for Peace in the
Youth Organization, Alan
Middle East. Phillips is
Tobes, George Tarnoff.
chairing the campaign
Also community and nationally.
volunteer services, Charles
Ben Harold, chairman of
Goldstein, Louis Weber;
the meeting, said FLI and
Covenant Credit Union, FPW are dedicated to the
Sheldon Fridson, Sol Moss;
preservation of Jewish iden-
international council, Ar- tity throughout the world
nold Michlin, Louis Barden; through the fostering of
lodge programs, Sandy Jewish education and the
Friedman, Louis Segel; need to protect Jewish
lodge bulletins, press and rights everywhere.
publicity, Joel Garfield,
For information on
Arthur Schott; presidents Friends of Labor Israel and
and membership, Martin Friends of Pioneer Women
Weston and Ernest Shaw, call the Labor Zionist
Milton Weinstein; Bnai Alliance, 851-1606, or write
FLI-FPW, 2 8 5 5 5
Middlebelt, Farmington
Hills, 48018.
The Labor Zionist Move-
Orchestra and Entertainment
ment has launched a
national wide membership
campaign in support of
Israel and Zionism. The
campaign will stress sup-

port of the American
IIIRESTONE
Zionist Federation and the
JEWELRY
Jerusalem Program.

.

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Seventeen college stu-
dents — nine men and
eight women — have been
chosen to serve in agen-
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program created to inter-
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The 17 participants in
the Leadership Training
and Career Development
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trained while handling
summer jobs at Jewish
community centers and
camps. Each under-
graduate is getting a
stipend of $900 for the
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Friday, August 20, 1976 33

Center Radio Club
Plans Swap Shop

The Jewish Community
Center's Amateur Radio
Club will sponsor its fourth
annual Swap 'N Shop 9
a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday in Shiff-
man Hall.
Admigsion includes a tour
of the JCC radio shack, in-
formation on becoming an
amateur radio operator,
participation in a live broad-
cast from the building, an
opportunity to test equip-
ment on the equipment test-
bank and a chance to
purchase radio equipment
from other radio operators.
Table display permits are
available at a nominal
charge. For information,
contact the Center group
services office, 851-7300.

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The Sabbath

Treat the Sabbath like an
ordinary day rather than be
dependent upon thy fellow
creatures.
—Talmud

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