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October 08, 1976 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-10-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

HARRY B. KEIDAN servations, call Ruth
CHAPTER will have a Bernstein, 353-0554,.'
* * *
paid-up membership
luncheon noon Wednes-
LOUIS MARSHALL
day in the Whitehall CHAPTER will have a
Apts. club house. Pros-, meeting noon Thursday
pective members are in- ,in the Zionist Cultural
vited. The afternoon's Center. Mrs. Emanuel
program will focus on Bauman will be guest.
"Child Abuse." For re- speaker. Guests are in-
vited. Mrs. Max Kushner
Somerset Dinner Theatre
is president, and Mrs.
ALFRED'S Presents-
Noel Coward's Comedy
Alex Mann, program
"PRIVATE LIVES"
chairman.
starring Jimmy Launce •
* * *
popular WJR personality
ISRAEL
LODGE AND
aTurgeon/Guest Production
CHAPTER will have a
very Fri. & Sat. eve.
program meeting 8:30
nner 7:30 - Cur,tain 8:45
p.m. Oct. 19 in the South
cteservations: call 643-8865
Commons of - the
Somerset Mall
Southfield-Lathrup High
Big Beaver Road
at Coolidge. Troy
School. Dr. Martin M.
Doctoroff of the national
law and civil .rights com-
mittees of the Anti-
ENJOY ONE OF
Defamation League of
MICHIGAN'S BEST!
Bnai Brith, will speak on
"Anti-Semitism in the
United States." Re-
freshments will be
served, and the public is
invited at no charge.
*•* *
DOWNTOWN - FOX
CHAPTER will have a
regular meeting 8:30 p.m.
—ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT
Wednesday at the Maple
11 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
House Restaurant, 10
Mile and Southfield Rds.,
"One Of The Finest"
Southfield. Members will
Blintzes — Bagels —
receive their 18- and 25-
year awards. Guests are
Scrambled Eggs —
invited. A social hour will
Fresh Melon — Salad
follow.
* * *
Bar — Rum Raisin
MAURICE C. ZEIGER
Roll — Creamed
CHAPTER will hold its
Chicken — Fruit
fall meeting 8 p.m. Tues-
Jello Molds —
day at the Franklin
Pointe Apts. club house.
Orange Glazed
A fashion show will be
French Toast —
presented. Refreshments
Swiss Cheese
will be served. Prospec-
tive members are invited.
Croquettes —
For information, contact
Parfaits — Tarts —
Brenda Goodman, 54b1-
Cheese Cake —
2914, or Bonnie Shapiro,
968-8089.•
Puddings — Cakes

SUNDAY
BRUNCH

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Lox Available

Most of these
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more appear each
week. Many say our
brunch is "the finest
in the area." We
know you will be
delighted to discover
this new and
beautiful Sunday
Brunch.

adults
$ 4 25

$2 25

12 &
under

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Talks on Stopping
Child Abuse Slated

"Child Abuse:• Its Pre-
vention; Its Causes; and
How It Affects You" will
be the topic of the lec-
tures available from
trained volunteers of
Bnai Brith and Bnai
Brith Women. The lec-
ture bureau is operated in
conjunction with the Na-
tional Committee for the
Prevention of Child
Abuse, Family Focus and
Detroit service agencies.

During his recent visit
to Detroit, Benjamin
Epstein, executive direc-
tor of the Anti-
Defamation League of
Bnai Brith, discussed his
views of the current situ,
ation for Jews in the
world.
Epstein called the Un-
ited Nations resolution
equating Zionism with
racism "one of the most
horrible propaganda
tricks of all time."
He said the resolution
destroyed the decade
against racism program
of the UN because the
world rejected the charge
against Zionism. Epstein
said the UN has become
the center for permissive
anti-Semitism.
Epstein expressed hope
that Israel's concern for
Lebanese civilians during
the civil war in Lebanon
will help dispel the
centuries-old prejudices
in the Middle East and be
an added factor making a
real peace possible.
He explained some of
the ADL information
programs, and yl,rarned of
the Arabs' $45 million
propaganda campaign in
the U.S. He also said that
Jews should welcome the
thousands of Arab .stu-

Chamber Concert
at Oak Park Library

The Detroit Saxophone
Quartet will present a
program of chamber
music at the Oak Park
Library, 9 p.m. Wednes-
day. The concert will fea-
ture works by Howland,
Rivier, Marshall, De-
bussy, Schumann,
Niehaus, and Joplin.
The program is the first
concert in the 1976-77
series sponsored by the
Friends of the Oak Park
Library. Admission is
free. The audience will
have conversation with
the performers during
the intermission._

dents that are coming to
Michigan to study but
"we should also monitor
th,e kind of activity and
propaganda they may be
engaged in because I
think this will be a viola-
tion of their status here
as students."
A Jewish Community •
Council interview with
Epstein will be broadcast
on WJR Radio (760) at
7:05 a.m. Sunday.

Zero Is Returning
in 'Fiddler on Roof'

Twelve years ago, Zero
Mostel was the star at the
Fisher Theater in what
proved the sensation of
all times, "Fiddler on the
Roof," based on Sholem
Aleichem stories.
He is back at the Fisher
in the leading role of
Tevye der Milhiger,.
Tevye the Milkinan.
The theatrical sensa-
tion, having reached the
highest rank in musicals,-
has attracted audiences
in the theater, the
movies, on TV. Audiences
returning to the Fisher
these weeks boast in
many instances of seeing
this musical as many as a
dozen times.

Symphony Starts
Its New Season

The West Bloomfield
symphony announces it
will present its first prog-
ram of the season 7:30
p.m. Oct. 24 at West
Bloomfield High School
Atalo Babini, principal
cellist with the Detroit
Symphony Orchestra,
will play "Shelomo" by
Bloch. Felix Resnick will
be conductor.
Season tickets may be
purchased at the sym-
phony office, 5425 Cen-
terbrook, West Bloom-
field, 626-7337. Brochures
on symphony programs
also are available.

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Bnai Brith Activities

Epstein Hits United Nations,
Warns of Arab Propaganda

Friday, October 8, 1976 25

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