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August 18, 1978 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-08-18

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Friday, /twist 18, 1918 49

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

(Bnai Brith Activitie

BNAI BRITH WO-
Mel Freemans, 5652 Kings-
MEN'S COUNCIL of Met- field, West Bloomfield.
* * *
ropolitan Detroit will hold a
delegates meeting 8 p.m.
LOUIS D. BRANDEIS
CHAPTER will hold a reg-
Wednesday at the Zionist
Cultural Center. President ular meeting 12:30 p.m.
Belle Ruben announces Wednesday in the Knob-in-
plans for the fall festival the-Woods Apts. club house.
and other activities will be Luncheon will be served at a
discussed. nominal charge. Aviva
* *
Mutchnick, director of the
L'CHAYIM AND MOR-
World Organization of Jews
GENTHAU LODGES from Arab Countries, will
have merged their bowling speak on "Refugees of the
leagues for the new season Middle East — Unknown
and are seeking bowlers Problem." Guests are in-
who wish to bown at 9:30 vited.
* * *
p.m. Tuesdays and 7 p.m.
Thursdays at Oak Park
REY-UT UNIT will
Lanes. For information or to sponsor a games night 7
join, call Bob Franklin, p.m. Thursday at Sans
548-2884, or Lorne Leon, Souci Hall, Farmington
544-4114.
Hills. Proceeds will benefit
* * *
the Muscular Dystrophy
COUPLETS 5016 will Association. There will be
hold a board meeting 8 p.m. cash prizes. Adults are in-
Thursday in the home of the vited.
* * *

Bnai Brith Cites Detroiters

Ralph Miller, president of
the Metropolitan Detroit
Bnai Brith Council, is the
second place international
membership winner and
winner of the District 6 top
membership award.
Murray Shusterman, vice
president of Bnai Brith In-
ternational, presented the
award to Miller. He enrolled
142 new members.
Miller has recently been
inducted into the Bnai Brith
'Producers' Club'," a special
group of persons actively

Federation Juniors Retreat Among New Season's Events

Plans are being com-
pleted for the third annual
retreat of Jewish Welfare
Federation's Junior Divi-
sion board of directors. The
two-day event is set for
Sept. 15 and 16 at Camp
Tamarack.
The retreat gives the
newly elected board mem-
bers a chance to get better
acquainted and to plan divi-
sion events for the coming
year.
David Handleman II and
Richard F. Roth have been
named chairmen of the
event. The appointment
was one of several an-
nounced by Junior Division
President Jonathan Jaffa.
Other committee
chairmen are: Shelley
Navarre, Federation
Apartments project;
James A. Safran, "Hap-
penings" newsletter; Jef-
frey N. Bonin and Cynthia
Mandelbaum, historians;
Carol Dunitz, Israel Ex-

position; James Stegman,
lecture series; and Barb
Woodell, hospitality.
Caryl Scheuer is in
charge of liaison administ-
ration, Ben Rosenthal,
membership committee;
Benjamin F. Brody, Israel
missions; Charles L. Schiff,
involvement seminar;
David H. Gutow, public re-
lations; Steven L. Morris,
registration; Carol Ruben-
faer and Marc G.
Whitefield, special educa-
tional program, and Robert
H. Schwartz, study group.
Jaffa also has announced
the appointments of his
fund-raising committee
chairmen. Junior Division
Vice President Ellen
Whitefield is the coor-
dinator for the division's
role in the 1979 Allied
Jewish Campaign — Israel
Emergency Fund. Men's
pre-Campaign section
chairmen are David S.
Aronow and Michael B.

involved in membership ac-
quisition.
Meanwhile, at the Bnai
Brith District 6 conven-
tion, Nate Rubenstein
was re-elected as the
Midwest's representative
on the International
Hillel Commission.

Perlman; women's pre-
Campaign section chair-
man is Suzanne Rubin;
youth Campaign section
chairman, Jonathan R.
Roth; cash collections
chairman, Thomas M.
Kukes; and Telethon Cam-
paign section chairman,
Susan Weinman, co-
chairman, Richard Ludwig.
committee
Otner
include
chairmen

Singers Perform

The Southfield • High
School Mulrigal Singers
will present a concert and
slide presentation of their
recent European trip 8 p.m.
Wednesday in the South-
field High School au-
ditorium. There is a charge.

Jonathan P. Miller, blood
program; Nancy Green,
resource and informa-
tion center; and Kenneth
J. Bloom and Sharon
Frishman, committee on
Soviet Jewry.
Junior Division is the
young adult group ofJewish
Welfare Federation. It is
open to men and women of
post-college age through the
early 30s. For information,
contact Lillian Bernstein,
965-3939.

MAGICIAN

Available For All Occasions

25 years experience

MAGICAL MEL

547-2464

HAVE "DISCO FEVER"
IN YOUR HOME

WITH A PROFESSIONAL DANCE INSTRUCTOR.
MOSHE WILL HELP YOU RELAX, HAVE FUN
AND BE THE "BALL OF THE PARTY"

MOSHE "MIKE" MISHLER
. also available for

Special Occasions, Bar Mitzvas, Weddings, Etc.

352-3320

Rubenstein is a past pres-
ident of Oakland-Century
Lodge and is president of
the Wayne State University
Bnai Brith Hillel Founda-
tion Board of Governors.

Detroiters Direct Midwest
Bnai Brith Women's Region

Residents of Federation Apartments should have
an easy time "finding" their roots. All they have to do
is look at a pre-war European map designed and do-
nated to the apartments by two members of Jewish
Welfare Federation's Junior Division. The pair, Shel-
ley Navarre and Nancy Plax, also donated a map of
England and the United States. Each apartment resi-
dent has a flag with his or her name on it that will be
placed in the country of origin. Federation Apart-
ments resident Jacob Resnick, shown here, moves his
flag into place.

500 Youth
Meet Navon

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
President Yitzhak Navon
hosted 500 Diaspora youth
at the Presidential resi-
dence here and urged them
to learn Hebrew to feel more
a part of the Jewish people.
The youngsters, taking
part in the World Zionist
Organization's "summer
projects," come from the
U.S., England, -France,
Mexico and an unnamed
Moslem country.

Detroit women elected the first regional board of-
ficers for Bnai Brith Women's new Midwest Region
are, seated, Charlotte Edelheit, vice chairman; and
standing, Eadie Albion, left, secretary, and Gloria El-
lis, chairman. The region includes Michigan, except
the northwestern portion, and Northwestern Ohio.
The establishment of the Midwest Region is part of a
reorganization plan which is streamlining the struc-
ture of the 150,000 member international Jewish wo-
men's service organization. The regional office is lo-
cated in Detroit.

Original Tunes of Psalms Sought

JERUSALEM (JTA) — find the original tune of the
President Yitzhak Navon Psalms, as they were sung
promised the President's by the Levites in the Temple
Award to anyone who would in biblical times.

AUGUST SAVINGS

ALL 14 Kt GOLD JEWELRY

Chains Bracelets Charms Rings

3 0:1 :4

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IVIet
ths

BNAI DAIVD MEN'S
CLUB will sponsor a picnic
10 a.m.-5 p.m. Aug. 27 at
the Oak Park Major Park,
area 2. Games and refresh-
ments will be available at a
nominal charge, but admis-
sion to the picnic is free.
There will be prizes.
Chairman Nate Lite is as-
sisted by co-chairmen Irv-
ing Abramson and Neil
ICalef.

High buildings have a low
foundation.

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