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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-02-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

ADL Honors Airline Chief

fBnai Brith Acti

CENTENNIAL LODGE
/las won the Detroit Five-
kStar Award, it was an-
* nounced by David L. Fried-
man, president. According
to Louis Segel, chairman of
the committee, the lodge
was cited for membership
iicquisition, fund raising for
youth services agencies and
programming.
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o
DETROIT CHAPTER
_will hold its election
me
noon Wednesday in
the
nob-in-the-Woods
FApt
la) house. Henri
13izaoui of the Anti-
Defamation League will

speak on "Jews in Arab
Lands." Luncheon will be
served, and guests are wel-
come ata nominal charge. A
"white elephant" sale will
be held.

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COUPLETS UNIT will
meet for dinner 8 p.m. Feb.
17 at the Grecian Gardens.
Entertainment will follow.
There is a charge, and
guests are welcome. For in-
formation and reservations,
call Ron Rudman, 398-4592;
Joel Garfield, 355-1373; or
Linda Yellin, social services
vice president, 545-4449.

,champion Tree Salesman
Aids BB Presid ents Brunch

Louis Kay of Einstein
Lodge has a key role in the
13th annual Bnai Brith
Presidents Brunch, which
gill be held March 11 at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek in
,..cooperation with the Jewish
National Fund.
Kay is tree chairman of
Ithe Metropolitan Detroit
BB Martyrs Forest Corn
mittee and for the last two
'Fears he has been the
champion Bnai Brith tree
oalesman. He sold over
1,200- trees and purchased
250 trees himself last year.
0-- A charter member of
Einstein Lodge, he is a sur-
vivor of the Holocaust He
was seized by the Nazis at
age 14 on Yom Kippur of
1942 in Poland and he alone
emerged from six death
tramps, in which 200 rela-
pives perished. Kay estab-
lished a monument to 200
relatives and a whole com-
munity of 800 families. The
Monument is at the Chesed
Shel Eines Cemetery.
-,, Besides JNF, Kay is
active in Shaarit Hap-
laytah, Israel Bonds and
Knights of Pythias. Co-
chairman of the BB Martyrs

Toys for 0 rphans
in Israel F ocus
oT Detroit ZOA

.

The Detroit District of the
ionist Org anziation of
merica is pa rticipating in
e nationwi e campaign of
`Toys for Is rael War Or-
hans," s ponsored by
asada, th e youth move-
I ent of the ZOA.
The ca mpaign is co-
pon red by the engineer-

. of the Israel De-
or es which distrib-
e
tes he toys in Israel to
hildren whose fathers have
een k illed in Israel's
attles for survival. The
toys ar e given out during
rim as a part of the age-
ld tfa. dition of Mishloakh
anot , the distribution of
Difts.
Hel en Ring, ZOD board
Is' em ber, will be in charge of
the roject. To donate, call
I rs Ring, 557-2691, or the
r OD office, 569 1515. Toys
0 uld be brought to the
r 0 D office, 18451 W. 10
le, Southfield. They will
Ise sent to the national ZOA
•ffice in New York for
.hipment to Israel : .

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Activities in Society

Messrs. and Mesdames
Meyer (Sunny) Segal,
Moshe (Erica) Grossbard
and Larry (Sandy) Singal
will officially cele-
rate their anniversaries
Feb. 20, 19 and 14, respec-
tively, and jointly at 8 p.m.
Sunday at the Segal home.
The three couples, who have
been friends since their
youth, were all married on

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Friday, February 9, 1919 .43

Bob iwrer t
= 681 2478

the second Sunday in Feb-
ruary, and have celebrated
the occasion together for the
past 13 years.

Stretsed and Tensed?
or Smoking Too Much?

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David C. Garrett, Jr., left, president and chief
executive officer of Delta Air Lines, was recently hon-
ored with. the Champion of Liberty Award by the
Anti-Defamation League of Bnai Brith. Dore Schary,
honorary national chairman of the ADL, presented
the award to Garrett. Garrett serves on the board of
the National Conference of Christians and Jews.
Delta Air -Lines also developed a program to aid the
Tay-Sachs Association.

651-1125 i



.

Beth Hayeled to Sponsor
Rabbi's Talk on Judaism

LOUIS KAY

Forest Committee are
Meyer Littky, Harry
Michelson and Charles
Fink.
The Presidents Brunch
will honor Ralph Miller,
president of the men's
council, and Belle Ruben,
president of the Women's
Council, with the plant-
ing of a garden of 100
trees in the Martyrs' For-
est for each. Each of the
24 lodge presidents and
the 26 chapter and unit
presidents will be hon-
ored with the planting of
18 trees. Tree and tribute
chairmen will receive
special citations.
Admission to the brunch
will be by the purchase of a
minimum of three trees per
person. For reservations,
call the Bnai Brith office,
354.6100, or the JNF office,
557-6644.

Singles
ents
._(Ev
MICHIGAN JEWISH

The Cong. Shaarey Zedek
Beth Hayeled — nursery
school and kindergarten —
will sponsor a talk by Rabbi
Alan Lucas, assistant rabbi,
1 p.m. Thursday in the Mor-
ris Adler Social Hall of the
synagogue.

Rabbi Lucas will speak on
"Is Conservative Judaism
Where It's At?"
Rabbi Lucas was or-
dained at the Jewish
Theological Seminary in
New York and studied at
the Hebrew University in
Jerusalem.
Refreshments will be
served, and guests are
welcome. Babysitter will
be available at a charge
and by reservation.

the

SALE

Parents of young children
are invited to enroll their
children in the fall parent-
toddler, pre-nursery school
and kindergarten classes.
For applications or informa-
tion, call Rosaline Gilson,
Beth Hayeled director,
357-5544.
* * *

Nursery Reunion

The Cong. Shaarey Zedek
Beth Hayeled will hold a
reunion for persons who
were in the program bet-
ween 1948 and '1949 in
celebration of its 30th an-
niversary.
Members of the first
graduation class should call
Rosaline Gilson, director,
357-5544 for information.

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SINGLES COUNCIL will
hold a disco featuring
Limitless Space 8:30 p.m.
Feb. 25 at the limit Jewish
Community Center. There
is a charge, and refresh-
ments will be served.

SHELDON
KAY
PRODUCTIONS will pre-
sent a disco party 8 p.m.
Feb. 16 at.: the Bay Pointe
Country Club, West Bloom-
field. Theie: is a charge.
Singles age 21 and older are
invited.

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in minerals in -1978.

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