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November 24, 1978 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-11-24

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42 Friday, November 24, 1918

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israel maintains dip-
lomatic and consular rela-

Bnai Brith Activities

When the sin is sweet, re-
pentance is not so bitter.

NOT HUNGRY?
DON'T COME TO

BNAI
BRITH
WOMEN'S COUNCIL OF
METROPOLITAN DE-
TROIT will hold a dele-
gates meeting 8 p.m. Wed-
nesday in the Zionist Cul-

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Near 12 Mile
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* •* *
DETROIT CHAPTER
will meet noon Wednesday
in the Farmington Commu-
nity Library. The chapter's
bowling league will host the
program and luncheon. A
musical revue entitled,
"Melody Malady," will be
presented by the dramatic

group under the direction of
Miriam Zacks. Guests are
welcome at a nominal
charge. For transportation
call Blanche Bauman, 557-
0478, or Mrs. _George
Karabenick, 543-5715.

* * *
PISGAH LODGE, Bnai
Brith, will meet 8:30 p.m.
Dec. 6 in the Bnai Brith
offices, 21711 W. 10 Mile,
Southfield. President Sam
Lipson will report on the
convention in New Orleans.
Harry Shoemaker will show

Bnai Brith Cites Schwartz
With Humanitarian Award

NO, BUT I4UtiA
A FEW BARS AND
I'LL FAKE IT:

478-3800

tural Center. Council
President Belle Ruben an-
nounces the Bnai Brith
Youth Organization will
present a program.

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The 1978 Bnai Brith
Humanitarian Award was
presented to Alan E.
Schwartz last Thursday be-
fore 1,200 persons at Fair-
lane Manor.
The fund-raising event
for Bnai Brith Youth Serv-
ices had a host of respected
Michigan and general
community leaders on the
dais.
Schwartz, a Detroit at-
torney, was cited for his
deep involvement in Jewish
and general community af-
fairs.
Speakers at the dinner
included Martin E. Cit-
rin, president of the
Jewish Welfare Federa-
lion of Metropolitan De-
troit; Max Fisher, Detroit
financier and philan-
thropist and chairman of
the Jewish Agency of Is-
rael; and Governor
William E. Milliken.
Others included Avern
Cohn; past Humanitarian
Award recipients and-

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dinner chairmen William
G. Meese of Detroit Edison,
David K. Easlick of Michi-
gan Bell and Joseph L. Hud-
son Jr.; and Louis Weber of
the Bnai Brith Foundation.
Featured dinner speaker
was Jack J. Spitzer,
president of Bnai Brith In-
ternational. Spitzer lauded
Schwartz and the Bnai
Brith Foundation's efforts.
Representing the youth
who benefit from the an-
-nual affair were Ruth In- ,
denbaum, president of
the Bnai Brith Hillel
Foundation at Wayne
State University; Gary
Epstein and Debbie
Davidson, presidents re-
spectively of the Great
Lakes AZA and BBG.
Councils.
TV personality Paul
Winter introduced the dais
guests. Cantor Harold Or-
bach of Temple Israel led
the national anthem. Rabbi
Richard C. Hertz of Temple
Beth El gave the invocation
and Fr. Vaughn Quinn of
Sacred Heart Rehabilita-
tion Center gave the bene-
diction.

The first kibutz, Degania,
was 'established in 1909 on
the southern shores of Lake
Kinneret.

tions with 70 countries.

M O VIE
G UIDE

slides of his recent trip to
Israel. Refreshments will
follow.
* * *
COUPLETS will have a
Americana Complex
board meeting 8 p.m.
1, 2, 3, 4
Greenfield, N. of 9 Mile 559-2730
Thursday in the home of Mr.
4 THEATERS IN ONE BUILDING
and Mrs. Mark (Margaret)
Wed. Matinees all
Carney, 14460 LaBelle,
THEATERS-1 Show only
Oak Park. For information,
at 1:00 $1.50
call the Carneys, 541-7669,
"THE' WIZ"
or the president, Henry
Gutter; 543-2627. The
"MIDNIGHT EXPRESS"
group will have "a night
PARADISE VALLEY
out" 8 p.m. Dec. 2 at the
"UP IN SMOKE"
Holiday Inn Dearborn,
22900 Michigan' Ave.
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Dinner and entertainment
will highlight the evening.
All Seats $1.00
Guests are welcome. There .
at all times
is a charge. For informa-
HELD OVER
tion, call Mr. and Mrs. Rod
Weekdays incl. Sat.
(Elanna) Broder, 557-0139;
or Linda Yellin, social serv- Henry Winkler & Sally Field comedy
"HEROES" (PG)
ices vice president, 545-
7:15 & 9:30
4449. Reservation deadline
Sun 2:45, 5:00, 7:15 & 9:30
is Sunday.
The unit will hold.a gen- BERKLEY THEATRE
2990 W. 12 Mile Rd.
eral dinner-meeting 6:30
Berkley
p.m. Dec. 10 at the
Spaghetti Co. A "roast" will
WASHINGTON MATER
pay tribute to Ms. Yellin.
Cora Fogel, past president Royal Oak
541-0082
who is moving with her fam-
ALL SEATS $1.00
ily to Boston, will also be
HELD OVER'
honored. There is a charge,
Henry Winkler & Sally Fields
and guests are welcome. For
"HEROES" (PG)
reservations and informa-
Mon.-Fri.
7:30 & 9:40
tion, call Norinne E•alesko,
Sat. & Sun. 5:20, 7:30 & 9:40
hospitality chairman, 553-
8883, or Arni Zalesin, pro-
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gramming services vice
Sat. & Sun.
president, 642-0392. Reser-
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vation deadline is Dec. 1.

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