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March 24, 1978 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-03-24

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_THE.DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, March 24, 1918
.....

Bnai Brith Activities

HARRY THOMAS

FINE CLOTHES FOR 42 YEARS

The Newest Colors and Models

METROPOLITAN DE-
TROIT BNAI BRITH
COUNCIL will conduct a

HARRY THOMAS

24750 TELEGRAPH at 10 Mile

delegates meeting 8 p.m.
Wednesday in the Council
offices. Jeffrey Jenks, de-
puty director for research
and planning for the Michi-
gan Department of Civil
Rights, will be guest
speaker.

next to Dunkin' Donuts
Daily to 6, Thurs. to 8

"C•

....



CATERING

* 5 *
EAST SIDE CHAPTER
Will hold its annual instal-

FOR ALL OCCASIONS

Seating Up to 400

Call Our Banquet Manager
682-4300

Shenandoah Country Club

lation of officers 1 p.m.
Monday at the Big Boy Re-
staurant in Lincoln Center,
Oak Park. Miriam Radkin
will be installed, as presi-
dent. Belle Fruitman will be
installing officer.

WHILE THEY LAST!

BRAND NEW '77
PONTIAC ASTRE 2-DOOR

MPLE: STOCK #21149 — AUTO TRANSMISSION
'ELECTRIC REAR DEFROSTER — WHITEWALL TIRES
NON-GLARE INSIDE MIRROR — POWER STEERING
AM RADIO AND MORE

only

*3460

plus tax & license
NEW CAR WARRANTY

Ar iM SALES and
EXPERT SERVICE

ART MORAN PONTIAC

29300 TELEGRAPH

353-9000

SENIOR CITIZENS

If you live in a so-called "luxury" high-rise apartment
that is becoming a little run-down at the heels and
you pay for extra services, and then pay again by
tipping the employees who provide them

investigate the all new

faMis

CENTENNIAL CHAP-
TER installed Janet Weil

as president for a second
term at its 21st installation
ceremony at the Furniture
Club. Other officers are
Carol Lifton and Natalie
Lyons, vice presidents;
Edith Kowalsky, treasurer;
Harriet Berlin, Lee
Klayman and Judy Weiner,
secretaries; and Gloria
Check, Ida Glass, Loretta
Gold, Sally Krugel, Sally
Kusher, Lois Pilchik,
Shirley Schoenberg, Arlene
Tarnopol, Temmie Velick
and Elinor Yolles, board
members. Ida Nathan, past
president of the Bnai Brith
Women's Council of Met-
ropolitan Detroit was in-
stalling officer. Barbara Al-
pern was chairman of the
event.

* 5 ■
COUPLETS 5016 will

11

JUST NORTH OF TEL-TWELVE MALL

REY-UT UNIT will have
a mystery evening 8 p.m.
April 1 at the Franklin
Pointe Apts. club house.
There is a charge. For in-
formation, call Carol Stol-
ler, 559-1787.
* * *

cola

attend a performance of
"Mummenschanz" 2 p.m.
April 9. For information,
call social vice president,
Arni Zalesin, 642-0392. The
group will visit Petoskey
Hall April 16. Persons with
Jewish music to lend for the
occasion should call Betty
Rose Eisenberg, 968-6083.
The group will service the
Children's Village April 20.
Workers are needed for the
5 5 *

May 13 Las Vegas night. To Freeman, 544-1527, or
volunteer, call George Zalesin.

* *

BB Presidents Brunch Goal:
to Complete Fifth Forest

honored with the planting
The goal of the 12th an-
nual Bnai Brith Presidents
of a garden of 100 trees.
Each current president of
Brunch to take place 9:30
a.m. April 2 at Adat Shalom
the 24 lodges and 25 chap-
Synagogue, in conjunction ters and units will be hon-
with the Jewish National
ored with the planting of 18
trees, and citations will be
Fund, is to complete the
fifth Detroit Bnai Brith awarded to all tree and tri-
Forest in Israel. This pro-
butes chairmen.
ject, known as the
Louis Segel and Irene
Jerusalem Reunited Forest,
Rodman are the brunch
will be located in the Bnai
chairmen. Meyer Littky
Brith Martyrs Forest.
In celebration of the 30th is Men's Council Martyrs
Forest Committee chair-
anniversary of Israel's
man and Judith Berns-
statehood, each Bnai Brith
tein is the Women's
member is requested to es-
Council Tributes chair-
tablish a bank of 10 trees.
man.
Barry Farber, nationally
known TV talk show host, Admission is by the plant-
will be guest speaker. The ing of 21/2 trees. For further
presidents of the Bnai Brith information call, the Bnai
Councils, Ernest Shaw and Brith Council office, 354-
Linda Moss, will each be 6100, or JNF, 968-0820.

* * *

$550,000 in Bonds Subscribed

Bowling Event
Draws 1,200

Nearly 1,200 Bnai Brith
members from throughout
the U.S. participated in last
weekend's 37th annual
Bnai Brith International
Bowling Association tour-
nament.
A record crowd of more
than 900 attended the
Saturday evening banquet
at the Michigan Inn.

A leadership reception on behalf of the Einstein
Lodge and Chapter's effort for State of Israel Bonds
recently realized over $550,000 in Bond purchases.
The Einstein - Israel Bond Tribute Dinner, honoring
Alexander Karp, will be held 8:30 p.m. April 8 at Adat
Shalom Synagogue. Shown are, from left, back row,
quest speaker Israel Amitai, host Henry Dorfman,
lodge president Sam Freedman and David B. Herme-
lin. Bottom row, Gabriella Karp, Mala Dorfman,
chapter president Doris Frankel and Frances
Rosenzweig.

* * *

Harold Jaffa Dedicates Grove
in Bnai Brith Martyrs Forest

Detroit Lodge
Honors Turbow

where we'll park your car and get it for you; carry in
your groceries; clean and scrub your apartment;
serve you gourmet meals in a beautiful dining room;
provide towels and linens; chauffeur service; help
you do your laundry; and do it all with a smile.
No one will have a hand out, because
no tipping is allowed.
...We'll do it all and include utilities
for about what you now pay for rent



SAM TURBOW

CWB

Open daily 101 Na.T. to 4 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday 11 - a.m. to 4 p.m.
or for information or to arrange
an interview call Mrs. Neville
353-2810
Fro $556

Illit •emomm ■ moneav

Harold Jaffa, past president of the Metropolitan
Detroit Bnai Brith Council, dedicates the grove of
1,000 trees planted in his honor during his presidency
by Bnai Brith in cooperation with the Jewish National
Fund. The grove is located in the Bnai Brith Martyrs
Forest overlooking Jerusalem. A national commis-
sioner of the Anti-Defamation League of Bnai Brith,
Jaffa has been active in the organization for 25 years
and was president of Harry B. Keidan Lodge.

Sam Turbow will be hon-
ored by Detroit Lodge of
Bnai Brith as its "man of the
year" 7:30 p.m. Wednesday
at the Labor Zionist insti-
tute at the lodge's "We Love
You" affair.
Turbow will receive the
award "for his outstanding
services and dedication to
his lodge." Turbow has been
a member of the lodge since
1954.

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