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April 22, 1977 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-04-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Menorah Dinner Will Feature "Roast"

Dinner chairmen, Irving
Laker, I. W. Sherr and Rob-
ert Steinberg, announce in-
ternational singing star
Sarah Rubine and the Hal
Gordon Orchestra will enter-
tain for the annual • Bnai
Brith Guardian of the Men-
orah Dinner to be held 6
p.m. May 11 at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek. -

A highlight of the award
dinner will be a "roast" of
the honorees, David Herme-
lin, Myron _ Milgrom, Mil-

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Proceeds will benefit the
Bnai Brith Youth Organiza-
tion, Bnai Brith Hillel Foun-
dations and the Bnai Brith

MYRON MILGROM

Career and Counseling Serv-
ices.
For information and reser
vations, call the Bnai Brith
office, 354-6100.

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Bnai Brith Women to Install
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Linda Moss will be in-
stalled as the 32nd presi-
dent of the Bnai Brith
Women's Council of Metro-
politan Detroit at a lunch-

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Thursday at Adat Shalom
Synagogue.
Mrs. Moss has served the
Women's Council as - a vice
president and as financial
secretary as well as holding
the, chairmanshps of the
Anti-Defamation League,
Hillel and membership com-
mittees. She was the organ-
izer and first president of
the Couplets—Unit, a Bnai
Brith married couples
group, and was -in-
strumental in the organiza-
tion of Rey-Ut, the second
couples group in the city.
Other officers to be in-
stalled with Mrs. Moss
are :Belle Ruben, president-
elect; Sara Feuereisen, Eve-
lyn Tichik and Fran Kli-
nger, vice presidents; Ethel
Fine, treasurer; Barbara
Sokilov, Fredell Whiteman
and Shirley Zickerman, sec-
retaries.
Rhea Rowe, out-going
Council president, has ap-
pointed Ms. Tichik as instal-
lation chairman. Assisting
her with luncheon plans are
Joan Kalef, arrangements;
Ruthe Goldstein, decora-
tions; June Isenberg and
Bernice Gill; reservations
and tickets.
Ms. Kalef, a past presi-
dent of both the Bnai Brith
Women's Council and Cen-
tennial Chapter, will be the
installing officer. -
Tickets to the luncheon
may be obtained through
the individual Bnai Brith
Women's chapters or by
calling the ticket co-chair-
men: Mrs. Isenberg, 557-
6112, or Mrs. Gill, 353-1630.

Women Seek
Husbands in Israel

. JERUSALEM (ZINS)—
There is an increasing num-
ber of unattached females
(divorced, widowed or
never married) who are
coming to - Israel, seeking
the mate they did not find
in their home country, ac-
cording to the press service
of the' World Zionist Organi-
zation: •
Many -do meet and
marry, but not all find hus-
bands and some even leave
the country, discouraged by
the reality that it is no eas-
ier to find a husband in Is-
rael than anywhere else.
The press service advises
the women to come to Is-
rael to fulfill Zionist duties
and not only with the aim
of seeking a husband.

Friday, April 22, 1977 39

8

Bnai Brith Activities

TIKVAH LODGE will
hold a spring dinner
meeting this Thursday
evening at Stafford's Res-
taurant in the Orchard
Mall. Russell Barnes, news
analyst, will be guest speak-
er. Guests are invited. For
reservations and choice of
menu, call the president,
Harry Horwitz, 354-0189, -or
the program chairman,
Warren Kauffman, 535-6309.
*** -
TIKVAH CHAPTER will
hold its annual installation
luncheon noon Tuesday, at
Kingsley Inn. Chairman of
the day will be Mamie Bar-
den, and installation chair-
man will be Irene Berger.
Officers to be installed are
Goldie Kramer, president;
Mary Lewis, Toby Fisher,
Anne Gould and Pearl
Shiovitz, vice presidents;
Gertrude Lieberoff, treas-
urer; I Frances Krakow,
Sophie Sinclair, Lea Lum-
berg, Mollie Kazdan and
Sophie Perlman, secretar-

ies; and Irene Harelik, jun-
ior past president. Board of
Directors includes Rebecca
Alger, Maxine Berman,
Bess Belsky, Dorothy Gold-
stein, Bess Gantz, Shirley
Golden, Dorothy Fishman,
Ray Fisher, Leah Lublin,
Sally Paul, Helen Rothen-
berg, Hilda Raphael, Mu-
riel Superfon, Etta Levin,
Dorothy Serwin and Helen
Saldbott. For reservations,
cal Nettie Weinberg, 967-
1286.
***
LLOUIS D. BRANDEIS
CHAPTER will hold its elec z,
tion and installation meet-
ing 12:30 p.m. Wednesday
in the Knob-in-the-Woods
Apts. club house. Mrs. Ira

Albion, past president of
the Metropolitan Detroit
Bnai Brith Women's Coun-
cil, wiull be installing--offi-
cer. Luncheon will be serv-
ed. Vocalist Gail White will
entertain, accompanied by
Evelyn Tamary. Guests are
invited at a nominal
charge.

Dan Sandberg

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United Nations, and numer-
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scientists, will dedicate its
second international lead-
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teenagers Sunday.
The center, located on a
340-acre tract along- Lake
Beulah, 27 miles from Mil-
waukee Airport and 75
miles from Chicago's
O'Hare, will be named Bnai
Brith Beber Camp, in honor
of the late Sam Beber, who
founded the Jewish youth
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