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June 09, 1978 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-06-09

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24 Friday, Jane 9, 1918

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

FIRESTONE

Bnai Brith Activities

JEWELRY

SUITE 318 ADVANCE BLDG.
23077 Greenfield at 9 Mile
(313) 557-1860

METROPOLITAN DE-
TROIT BNAI BRITH
COUNCIL will hold its

39th annual installation
dinner-dance 6 p.m. Wed-
nesday at Adat Shalom
Synagogue. Officers to be
installed are: Ralph Miller,
president; Floyd Bornstein,
David Jaffa and Arnold
Michlin, vice presidents;
Joel Garfield, secretary;
Irwin Alpern, treasurer;
and Henry Gutter, assistant
recording secretary; An-
drew Berger, Michael
Berger, Lawrence Brown,
Gerald Corlin, Ted Frazis,
David L. Friedman, Wil-
liam Katz, Meyer Littky,
Harry Michelson and
Harold Zuker, trustees.
• • •
COUPLETS 5016 mem-
bers Evie Tichik and Linda
Garfield were named vice
presidents and Belle Ruben
president of the Bnai Brith
Women's Council. Reserva-
tions are still being taken
for the Chinese dinner to be
held 8 p.m. June 24 at the
Wah Mee Restaurant. For
reservations, call Stan
Liebowitz, 661-4648. Tic-
kets are still available for a

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The Young Israel of Oak-Woods and the entire Young Israel
family extends its heartiest congratulations to our members,
Max and Frieda Stollman, who will become recepients of honor-
ary doctor degrees at the Commencement Exercises of Bar Ilan
University in Israel on June 20th. Their pioneering spirit is not
only evident in the founding of Bar Ilan University but in every
facet of Jewish life that spells continuity of heritage and survival
of Judaism. May the Almighty grant them many years of good
health in the continuance of their noble deeds.

YOUNG ISRAEL OF OAK-WOODS

EDWARD TRAURIG,

JAMES I. GORDON,

President

Rabbi

concert at the Meadow
Brook Music Festival to
take place 8:30 p.m. July 23.
For tickets, call Dave Cit-
rin, 476-3033.
* * *
OAKLAND CENTURY
LODGE installed David
Weiner as president at the
lodge's dinner-dance Sun-
day. Other officers are Sol
Goldberg, David Redisch
and Harry Weitzman, vice
presidents; Manny Chud-
now, Sol Budney and
Donald Simon, secretaries;
Morton Bechek, treasurer;
Eugene Hirsch, chaplain;
and Dr. David Friedman,
warden. Maurice Rosender
was honored "for his mem-
bership efforts and BBYO
fund raising." A grant of
$5,000 was allocated for a
new Hillel HOUS0_ on the
Michigan State University
campus.
* * *
DEBORAH CHAPTER
will have an art auction 9
p.m. June 17 at the Gallery
Art Center, Berkley.
Champagne preview will
begin at 8. There is a
charge. For information,
call Marsha Greenstein,
398-2897.
* 5 *

MORGENTHAU CHAP-
TER
will have
a
l uncheon-meeting noon
Wednesday in the Lincoln
Towers Apts. club room.
There will be a cosmetic
demonstration. Guests are
invited at a nominal charge.
For reservations, call Helga
Kay, 968-4483. Arlene
Blumberg is program
chairman and Shirley Kar-
lin, president.

DOWNTOWN - FOX
LODGE will hold its final
meeting Of the season 8 p.m.
Thursday in the Jewish
War Veterans Memorial
Home. Yehudah Berman,
director of the Israel Aliya
Center, will speak on Israel.
There also will be a discus-
sion on the Michigan Citi-
zens Lobby. Mr. and Mrs.
Sam (Betty) Slafkin will be
honored on the occasion of
their 50th anniversary.
Wives and friends are in-
vited. Refreshments will be
served.

* * *

LOUIS MARSHALL
CHAPTER will hold its
annual paid-up member-
ship luncheon noon Thurs-
day at the Zionist Cultural
Center, announces Presi-
dent Celia Mager and Ei-
leen Israel, program chair-
man. Paid members will be
admitted free of charge.
Dues may be paid at the
door. Awards will be pre-
sented.
* * ■
NATANYA CHAPTER

`October Critical for Peace'
Says Former Diplomat Sisco

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Former Undersecretary of
State Joseph Sisco says the
Middle East is presently at
a stage that could tilt either
toward war or peace. He
predicted that "the critical
point" will come this Oc-
tober "when the mandate of
the United Nations force in
the Sinai comes to an end"
and the UN Security Coun-

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will hold its first installa-
tion noon June 25 at the
Holiday Inn, Southfield. In-
stalling officer will be Lil
Onrich, past president of
Bnai Brith Women's Coun-
cil of Metropolitan Detroit.
Officers to be installed are:
Beverly Toren, president;
Florence Amster, Lillian
Epstein, Rae Mucasey, Bert
Nelson and Rose Vosk, vice
presidents; Sandra Gorosh,
treasurer; Selma Sherman,
Frances Shusterman,
Myldred Hamburger and
Rose Rubens, secretaries;
and Mildred Benstein,
Minna Bernstein, Sonia
Bloom, Ray Rosenkranz,
Helen Perchikoff, Mildred
Saphirstein, Hilda War-
field, Roz Weinerman,
board of directors. Past Bnai
Brith Women's President
Linda Moss will present the
charter. Guests and new
members are welcome. For
reservations by Monday,
call Ms. Vosk, 356-4742, or
Ms. Saphirstein, 548-0754.
Mesdames Onrich and Syl-
via Weitzman are consul-
tants.

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cif will have to act to renew
it.
"I think that will be a
period of high tension," he
told 150 participants in a
three-day symposium on
the Middle East sponsored
by the American Histadrut
Cultural Exchange Insti-
tute and the AFL-CIO at the
George F. Meany Center in
Silver Spring, Md.
Sisco, who is president
of American University
and was regarded as one
of the State Department's
top experts on the Middle
East during his diploma-
tic career, said he is "not
as pessimistic as some"
over the chances for a
settlement in that region.
He noted that despite the
present negotiations im-
passe neither President
Anwar Sadat of Egypt nor
Premier Menahem Begin of
Israel "are willing to say
that the peace process has
come to an end." He also
said he was convinced that
"there is no diminution" of
America's "historical com-
mitment to the security and
survival of Israel."

Postal Workers
Strike in Israel

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Is-
rael's 5,500 postal workers
went on a 24-hour strike
Sunday because of unclear
wording on a new wage ag-
reement.
The workers blamed Meir
Cohen, a Likud MK ap-
pointed to arbitrate the dis-
pute, for the ambiguous
language.
Meanwhile, Attorney
General Aharon Barak
ruled that Cohen could no
longer serve as arbitrator in
the dispute because he had
made his views public be-
fore it was settled.

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