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October 22, 1976 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-10-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

46 Friday, October 22, 1976

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TEL AVIV (ZINS) — In
1975, 7,478 members of
kibutzim were enrolled as
students in universities
and research institutes.
According to official data
there are approximately
59,000 kibbutz members,
while the total population
including children is now
93,000.

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Bnai Brith Women's
Council of Metropolitan
Detroit will hold a dele-
gates' meeting 8 p.m.
Wednesday, at the Zionist
Cultural Center.

Mrs. Harold Rowe is

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council president. A cof-
fee hour will follow the
meeting.
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TIKVAH CHAPTER
will meet noon Tuesday
at Knob-in-the-Woods
Apts. club house. Tikvah

women's bowling league
will host a smorgasbord
lunch. Mrs. Morris
Harelik, president; and
Mrs. Phil Kramer, prog-
ram chairman, invit
friends. A nominal fee is
payable at the door.

National, state and
local leaders in govern-
ment, industry, finance,
labor, education, religion
and philanthropy head
the committee for the
1976 International Bnai
Brith Dinner honoring
David K. Easlick, presi-
dent of Michigan Bell
Telephone Co. on Nov. 16
at Cobo Hall.
On the national level,
the honorary chairmen
are former Ambassador
to the United Nations,
Philip M. Klutznick, and
Michigan Senators Philip
A. Hart and Robert P.
Griffin.
The state will be rep-
resented by Gov. William
G. Milliken, Attorney
General Frank J. Kelley,
Secretary of State
Richard H. Austin; and
the City of Detroit by
Mayor Coleman A.
Young.
Honorary co-chairmen
are: Richard C. Gersten-
berg, president of New
Detroit, Inc.; William G.
Meese, president of De-
troit Edison Co.; Ray W.
Macdonald, chairman of
the Burroughs Corp.;
Thomas E. Adams, chair-
man of Campbell-Ewald
Co.; and advertiser John S.
Pingel of Ross Roy, Inc.
Organizers are: George
E. Gullen, president of
Wayne State University;

the Very Reverend Mal-
colm Carron, S.J., presi-
dent of the University of
Detroit; Bishop H. Col-
eman McGehee, Jr. of the
Episcopal Diocese of
Michigan; David M.
Blumberg, president -of
Bnai Brith; and Paul
Zuckerman, member of
the board of governors of
the Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration.

Honorary chairmen in-
clude: C. Boyd Stock-
meyer, chairman of
Detroit Bank and Trust
Co.; Walker L. Cisler,
former chairman of the
board of Detroit Edison
Co.; Max M. Fisher,
philanthropist; Henry
Ford II, chairman of the
board of Ford Motor Co.;
Roy D. Chapin, chair-
man and chief executive
officer of American
Motors Corp.; Thomas A.
Murphy, chairman and
chief executive officer of
the board of Chrysler
Corp.; and Leonard
Woodcock, UAW presi :-
dent.
General dinner chair-
men are Louis Berry,
Joseph L. Hudson, Jr., and
Alan E. Schwartz. Louis
Weber is chairman of the
Bnai Brith Foundation
Committee.
For reservations call
Bnai Brith, 354-6100.

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Cong. Bnai David, featur-
ing ballroom dancing and
entertainment by the Joe
Cornell Dancers.
Admission is by ad-
vance ticket purchase.
For tickets, call Buddy
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Bnai Brith Women to Honor
Esther Allan at Nov. 4 Lunch

Esther Allan will be the
honoree at the Bnai Brith
Women's "Golden Gifts"
luncheon to be held noon
Nov. 4 at the Knoliwood
Country Club.
The luncheon will
climax the special gifts
campaign conducted by
the Bnai brith Women's
Council of Metropolitan
Detroit in conjunction
with the Bnai Biith
Youth and Services Ap-
peal.
The daughter of a re-
knowned cantor, Mrs.
Allan is a pianist and
composer. She received
her music degrees from
the London Royal
Academy and the Scot-
tish National Academy of
Music. She was president
of the Music Study Club of
Metropolitan Detroit and
has discovered many
young musicians.
Her music life has won
her international recogni-
tion. She has recorded two
albums of her own music,
has appeared on national
television, and is listed in
the "International Who's
Who of Women" and the
"International Who's Who
of Women Composers".
Mrs. Allan served with
the Women's Division of

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Mrs. Stein is a past presi-
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