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January 27, 1978 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-01-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, January 27, 1978 33

Bazaai to Benefit Camp Gan Israel

A new goods bazaar to
benefit Camp Gan Israel
will take place Feb. 5-7 at
the Labor Zionist Institute.
Among the items for sale
at the bazaar are color TVs,
dining room sets, living
room furniture, lamps,
small household appliances,
hardware, tools and cloth-
ing.
Located in. Felton, Camp
Gan Israel serves more
than 250 Jewish children,
many underprivileged. No

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Binder-Sherizen
Troth Announced

child is refused admittance
because- of inability to pay,
and Russian immigrant
children are invited at no
charge.
For information, call Rab-
bi Shalom Ber Stock, 548-
2666.

• • •

Bnai Brith Activities

COUPLETS 5016 will have
a board meeting 8 p.m.
Thursday in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Mel (Betty
Rose) Eisenberg, 23510, Be-
verly, Oak Park. Full-time
and substitute bowlers are
needed for 6:45 p.m. Sun-
_ day, Feb.
' 12 and Feb. 26.
For information, call Mari-
lyn Droz, 474-3322, or Marc
Rich, 553-9595.
* * *
ZEIGER LODGE and
CHAPTER will celebrate
MISS BINDER
their 25th anniversaries 7
p.m. Feb. 18 at Cong. Bnai
Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Moshe. There is a charge
Binder of Farmington Hills
for the dinner-dance. For
announce the engagement
reservations, call Sharon
of their daughter, Nancy El-
Millman, 542-4404.
lett-, to Howard Sherizen,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul L.
New BB Groups
Sherizen of Oak Park.
- Miss Binder is a student
Chartered Here
at Michigan State Univer-
sity's school of-social work.
The Metropolitan Detroit
Her fiance was graduated
Bnai Brith Council an-
from Touro College and is a
nounces the chartering of
student at the Cooley Law
two new units : Real Estate
School.
and Construction Lodge and
An August wedding is
Banisters Unit.
planned.
President of • the real es-
El Al Buys Jet
tate lodge is Bruce Wayne.
El Al Israel Airlines has
Vice presidents are Jack
adfuired a sixth Boeing 747
Pomeroy, Robert J. Essick,
aircraft of the "C series for
Dennis Michaels and Irving
delivery in mid-June.
F. Glancy.
- An additional Boeing 747F
will be delivered by the end
Jerold I. Schneider is
of the current year or begin-
ning of 1979.

Center Will Open

a Language Lab

The Hebrew Department
of the Jewish Community
Center is in the process of
forming a 'linguistic labora-
tory, in conjunction with its
usage of the Habet Ushma
teaching method.
The laboratory will con-
sist of drills and ekercises
necessary for learning He-
brew with the Habet Ushma
method, which also is used
in most Ulpan classes.
The laboratory is slated to
be ready for use as the new
semester of classes begins
Feb. 6.

Dear Mom & Dad

HAPPY 25th ANNIVERSARY
January 25th, 1918

LOVE:

DAVID, ALAN, RENEE,
STEVEN, BRIAN & ELYSE

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president of the lawyers
unit. Other officers are vice
presidents : Diane Freilich,
Harry S. Ellman, Stephen
C. Cooper and Joseph M.
Fischer-.

Israel in '77 Tops
1 Million Tourists

NEW YORK—Some
1,006,534 tourists from
around the world visited Is-
rael. in 1977, a 23 percent
increase over 1976, and the
first time in the state's 30-
year history that over a
million visitors have visited
the country.
"Of that total, 271,504
tourists were Americans,"
said Israel Zuriel, Israel
commissioner for tourism in
North America. "Traffic
from the U.S. increased 21-
percent — and we expect a
continuation of this trend in
1978," Zuriel said,
"especially in view of our
30th anniversary
celebrations, as well as the
prospects for peace in the
Middle East."

Frieda Leemon Attends National
Pioneer Women Board Meeting

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Persons interested in join-
ing either group may con-
tact Ralph Miller, in care of
Bnai Brith, 21711 W. 10 Mile,
Southfield, 48075, or call the
Bnai Brith office, 354-6100.

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no charges
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layaways
all sales final

Detroiter Frieda Leemon, left, national president of
Pioneer Women, chats with Nava Arad, center, secretary-
general .of the women's sister organization in Israel
Na'amat, and with Ruth Miller of Birmingham, national
board member. The women met at the national board
meeting of Pioneer Women. The board voted against
holding its 1979 convention in Chicago, since the state of
Illinois had not ratified the Equal Rights Amendment.
Pioneer Women supports the ERA. The 1979 convention will
be held in Israel.

Women Plan Annual Dinner

Batya Chapter, American
Nfizrachi Women, will hold
its second annual dinner
6:30 p.m. Feb. 26 at Young
Israel of Oak-Woods.
President Joanne Zuroff
announces Nora Lessman
will be the honoree. Mrs.
Lessman is the immediate
past president and a found-
er of the chapter. She and
her husband are among the
founders of Bar-Ilan Univer-
Sity and the Technion.
Dvorah Masovetsky, hon-

orary national president of
AMW, will be guest speak-
er. She is a member of the
Foreign Press Association
and is a radio journalist.
Dinner committee includ-
es: Mesdames Lary Berk-
ower, Sidney Green, Sidney
Lesser and Arnold Zuroff.
There is a charge. For
information and reserva-
tions, call Mrs. Berkower,
557-8995; Mrs. Green, 569-
2460; , or Mrs. Lesser, 557-
3908.

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