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March 25, 1977 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-03-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

44 Friday, March 25, 1977

25 Years- Experience

Toward the end of the
seder, the front door of the
house is opened to demon-
strate that this is a "night
of watching" (Ex. 12:42) on
which Israel knows no fear.

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Michigan Region,
Women's American ORT,
will culminate its annual ef-
fort for Israel Bonds on
April 20 with a dinner party
to be hosted by Mr. and
Mrs. David B. - Herrnelin of
Birmingham.
The Hermelins are active
participants in the State of
Israel Bond campaign.
Mrs. Hermelin is Mich-
igan Region ORT's Israel
Bond Chairman and is a
member of the Israel Bond-

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Brunch Honors BB Leaders

The Opening Of
104
men

Mrs. Adlers

Women's Division executive
committee: Hermelin is a
founding and continuing
member of the State of Is-
rael Bond Prime Minister's
Club and president of Men's
ORT.
The dinner will honor
Mrs. Merrill Gordon, ORT
honoree, who will be the re-
cipient of the State of Is-
rael's - Jerusalem, City of
Peace" Award on that occa-
sion.

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Probus Award
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Frank Angelo, associate
executive editor of the De-
troit Free Press, Doris Bis-
- coe, news reporter, WXYZ=
TV, and Mrs. Morris "Gold-
ie" Adler will serve as
judges for the 15th annual
Probus - Club Awards for Ac-
ademic Achievement at
Wayne State University.
The Probus Club is a serv-
ice organization. compriste
of Jewish business and p
fessional men.
Club members serving on
the judging committee in-
clude Robert Steinberg,
chairman, William Colman,
Edward H. Friedman, Paul
A. Hack; Myron Milgrom
and Martin .K. Stein.
Two awards will be
given, each consisting of
$1,000 without restrictions,
to two professors, one from
the field of natural sci-
ences, and the other from
the humanities field. Cri-
teria for the selection of the
winners will include their •
academic and professional
background, and excep-
tional scholastic and re
search work.
Awards will be made at a
Probus Award Reception to
be held at WSU's McGregor
Memorial Conference Cen-
ter May 6.

treasurer; Helen Pearl-,
Ada Ginsberg, Gertrude
Liss, Lillian Dorf and Es-
ther Niskar, secretaries.
Board members are Irene
Schlussel, Betty Gutman,
Beatrice Leaderman, Rose
Koffman, Esther Kessler,
Bernice Rosen, Ida Silver-
man, Joyce Landau,
Thelma Weiss, Sadie Kash
and junior past president.
Alice Kushner. Rose Michel-
son is installation chair-
man. A reception will fol-
low, and friends are invited
at no charge.
***
MAURICE C. ZEIGER
LODGE will have a sports
night, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday
at the Bnai Brith Council of-
fice, Southfield. Former De-
troit Tiger Billy Hoeft will
be guest speaker. Admis-
sion is free to children
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Green
under age 13 and a nominal
4
admission will be charged - of Southfield announce the
to those over age 13. Re- engagement of, their daugh-
freshments will be served.
ter, Jill Green, to Dr. Tony
Greenbirg of Malibu,
-4
Calif., son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Greenberg of South-
field. Miss Green was grad-
This Week's Radio and
uated from the University
Television Programs
of -Michigan and Tufts Uni-
versity. Her fiante was
9
COFFEE
WITH
HY:
-
VISTAS OF ISRAEL:
graduated from U-M and
6:30 a.m. Sunday, WOMC- a.m. Tuesday, WIID (1090),
Stanford Univeitity Medi-
FM (104.3), Israel culture interviews, and features of
cal School. A June/ wedding
and literature, a calendar Jewish interest, with Hy
is planned.
of events in the Jewish com- Schenkman.
***
munity follows.
***
SHIDUREI YISRAEL
Jerusalem Month
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL: BE-DETROIT: 9:30 a.m.
6:30 a.m. Sunday, WXYZ Tuesday, WIID (1090), an
in Massachusetts
(1270) and 10:30 p.m. Sun- all-Hebrew program of Is-
BOSTON (JTA)—Gov. Mi-
day, WDEE (1500), an ad- raeli music, news and fea-
dress to_the Jewish-commu- tures from Israel, with Josh- chael Dukakis of MLssachu-
setts has proclaimed March
ua Tabak.
nity.
***
***
as "Jerusalem Month"
IF NOT NOW: 7:30 p.m. throughout the state. It will
RELIGION IN THE
NEWS:- 6:30 a.m. Sunday Tuesday, WDET-FM be marked by photographic
exhibitions prepared by the
CKWW (680):
(101.9).
* **
Israel Museum in Jerusa-
***
4
lem, lectures by such promi-
9
YIDDISHE
SHTUNDE:
JEWISH COMMUNITY
nent
personalities
as
Elie
HIGHLIGHTS: 9:45 a.m. a.m. Wednesday and Wiesel, Moshe Safdie
Friday, WIID (1090), an all-
Sunday, Channel 2, a public
Haim Topol, dance perfo
affairs program focusing on Yiddish program of music,
news, interviews and other antes, films and daily food
topics of Jewish interest.
demonstrations. All events
features, with Lou Levine.
***
***
are open to the public
LUBAVITCH JEWISH
AL NAFTAL'S Jewish through Thursday.
HOUR: 10:30 p.m. Sunday,
Theatrical Program: 1 p.m.
WNIC (1300) and WNIC-FM
Thursday, WMZK-FM (98),
Chase Bank
(100), rabbinical remarks,
entertainment.
Jewish music.
Hires Kissinger
***
Colitis,
Ileitis
INTERVIEW IM-
NEW YORK—Henry Kis-
PROMPTU: 11 p.m. Sun-
Meeting
Planned
singer
will join the Chase
day, WDEE (1500), and
Manhattan Bank first as 4
12:15 p.m. Wednesday,
The Michigan Chapter of vice chairman of its inter-
WQRS-FM (105.1).
the National Foundation for
national advisory corn- "I
***
Ileitis and Colitis, Inc., will mittee and later as the
have an open meeting 8 panel's chairman.
MOTIF: 9 a.m. Monday
p.m. Tuesday in the Oak
and Thursday, WIID (1090),
A Chase spokesman has
Park CommuTiity Center.
Jewish news, entertain-
confirmed Kissinger's ap-
Topic
for
discussion
will
ment, community calendar
be "How the Family Copes pointment to the newly cre-
ated position, which will be- "I
and "Spotlight" on the com-
With Ileitis and Colitis." Ad
munity with Barbara
rd is free. For infor- come effective at the com-
Katchke and Rachel
mation, call the Michigan mittee's next meeting this "
May.
Jacobs.
Chapter office, 967-0840.

The 11th annual Bnai
Brith Presidents Brunch
will take place 10 a.m. May
1 at Adat Shalom Syna-
gogue. It will be held in co-
operation with the Jewish
National Fund.
The brunch will honor the
presidents of the men's and
women's councils, as well
as the president of the 24
lodges and 26 chapters and
units.
The Martyrs Forest of six
million trees was estab-
lished by Bnai Brith as a
memorial to the six million
victims of the Holocaust.
***
LOUIS MARSHALL
CHAPTER will have its an-
nual installation of officers
8:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Zi-
onist Cultural Center. Bea-
trice Fealk, past president
of Bnai Brith Women Dis-
trict 6, will install the fol-
lowing: Celia Mager, presi-
dent ; Sylvia Brickner, vice
president; Shirley Plotnick,

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