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March 02, 1979 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-03-02

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Levine Directs
Cr ,it Union

Levine was elected
president- of the Covenant
Credit Union at its 23rd an-
nual membership meeting.
Other officers are Ber-
nard Jonas, vice president;
Maynard Kalef and James
. Grey, secretaries; and
avid Bittker, Grey and
Marvin Posner, members of
the board of directors. John
Novak is the manager. -
The credit union services
more than 3,000 Bnai Brith
members and their families.
or information on the cre-
dit union's services, call the
CCU, 354-6100.

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PISGAH CHAPTER
elected Ethel Levy
president at its recent elec-
tion meeting. Other officers
are: Anna Nosanchuk,
Beatrice Belfer and Rebecca
Dinetz, vice presidents; Ann
Klee, Bessie Price and Ger-
trude Burston, secretaries;
and Sarah Gordon, trea-
surer.
* * *
PISGAH LODGE will
hold a regular membership.
meeting 8:30 p.m. Wednes-

The sixth Metropolitan
Detroit Bnai Brith Forest
will be launched at the 13th
annual BB Presidents
Brunch 10 a.m. March 11 at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek. The
event will be held-in cooper-
ation with the Jewish Na-
tional Fund.
The BB brunch will honor
Ralph Miller, president of
the Metropolitan Men's
Council, and Belle Ruben,
president of the Women's
Council, by the planting of
gardens of 100 trees for
each. The 1978-79
presidents of the lodges,
chapters and units will each
be honored by the planting
of chai (18) trees.
Tree and tribute chair-
persons will receive special
citations. Robert Evans,
noted TV and radio corre-
spondent, will be the guest
speaker.
Louis Segel, Harold
Jaffa and Eadie Albion,
all past presidents of BB
Councils, are the brunch
co-chairmen. Louis Kay,
_champion tree salesman,
is .chairman of the Mar-

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single men and women over
30, will hold an organiza-
tional meeting to be held 8
p.m. Wednesday at the
Franklin Pointe Apts. club
house. Ralplh Miller, men's
council president, and Belle
Ruben, women's council
president, invite interested
persons to call the council
offices at 354-6100 or 356-
0146.

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JEWISH' NEWS

Friday, 1#6.cli

Midrasha Publishes Journal

Bnai Brith Activities

HARRY B. KEIDAN
LODGE will meet 8 p.m.
Tuesday in the Carlyle
Apts. club room. Walter
hamie, a Christian Arab
and former information
officer for the Arab League,
ill speak on "The Palesti-
ian Issue: A Different
Perspective." For informa-

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tyrs Forest Committee.
-Charles Fink, Meyer
Littky and Harry Michel-
son are 'associate chair-
men. Lewis Alpert is
executive director of the
Metropolitan Detroit and
Michigan BB.
Chapter presidents to be
honored are: Linda Levine,

Ahava; Judy Gordon, Bat
Chayle; Barbara Levine, Bloch;
Kayla Dworin, Brandeis; Ida
Kaplan, B and P; Janet Weil,
Centennial; Cindy Rich, De-
borah; Gussie Zuckerstein, De-
troit; Shirley Diem, Downtown-
Fox; Miriam Radkin, East Side;
Doris Frankel, Einstein; Judy
Bernstein, Galilee; Belle Fruit-
man, Handler; Jean Galinsky,
Handler; Dorothy Trock, Israel;
Irene Friedman, Keidan; Celia
Mager, Marshall; Sheila Rose,
Masada; Shirley Karlin, Mot:-
ganthau; Beverly Toren,
Natanya; Edith Friedman, Pis-
gah; Joyce Berenstein, Solovich;
Goldie Kramer, Tikvah; Jeannie
Weinter, Tzedakah; Shirley
Kramerzager; and Brenda
Goodman, Zeiger.

Unit presidents are:
Henry Gutter, Couplets;
and Kendra Tobes, Rey-Ut.
Lodge presidents - are:

Marvin Dubrinsky, Tucker-
Grant; Sam Freedman, Albert
Einstein; Jerold I. Schneider,
Barristers; Dr. Frank Kozin,
Brotherhood-Jacobson; Jack
Abella, Centennial; Ed Sitron,
Detroit; Jack Fine, Brandeis;
Carl Pearl, Marshall-Suburban;
Berko Zdanowicz, Downtown-
Fox; Robert Miller, Harry B.
Keidan; Nathan Feingold, Henry
Morganthau; Sy Resnick, Israel;
Oscar Tuttleman, Bloch; Harvey
Cohen, L'Chayim; Ed Skulsky,
Zeiger; gay Mendelson, Motor
City; David Weiner, Oakland
Century; Samuel Lipson, Pisgah;
Dr. Leonard Gabs, Pontiac;
Leon Warner, Zager-Stone;
Bruce Wayne, Real Estate and
Construction; and Philip
Kramer, Tikvah.

Admission to the brunch
is by the planting of a
minimum of three trees per
person:- For reservations,
call the Bnai Brith Council,
354-6100, or the JNF, 557-
6644.

Institute Plans
an Oneg Shabat

The Sholem Aleichem In-
stitute will hold an oneg
Shabat 8:45 p.m. today in
the Cumberland Apts. club
house.
Julius Chajes, composer
and conductor of the Center
Symphony Orchestra of the
Jewish Community Center,
will speak on "Jewish Music
and the Jewish Composer."
For information, call the
Sholem Aleichem Institute,
626-9565. Admission is free.

The Midrasha-College of
Jewish Studies announces
the publication of the sec-
ond volume of the Midrasha
Journal.
The publication, edited by
Morris Nobel, Richard
Wagner and Rabbi Max
Weine, includes articles in
Hebrew and English con-
tributed by members of the
Midrasha faculty and the
general academic commu-
nity.
Among the contributors
and their topics are: Arnold
Goldsmith, professor of
English at Wayne State
Universtiy, analysis of the
literature on the Golem of
Prague; Irving I. Katz,
executive secretary of Tem-
ple Beth El, a history of
Jewish education in De-
troit; Yosef Levanon,
former dean of the college,
the travels of a 12th Cen-
tury Jew, Rabbi Petachia of
Regensburg; Lawrence
Sklar, a graduate of the
Midrasha, the talmudic
apostate, Elisha ben
Abuyah; Rabbi Gerald Tel-
ler, director of education at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek, the
use of halakhic sources in
developing a philosophy of
Jewish education; Richard
Wagner, principal of the

FLINT
NEWS

Purim Carnival

Cong. Beth Israel will
hold its annual Purim car-
nival 12:30 p.m. March 11
in the synagogue. There
will be games, and luncheon
will be available at a nomi-
nal charge.

Histadrut Plans
Worker Meeting

A meeting of all Histad-
rut workers and con-
tributors will take place
10:30 a.m. Sunday at the
Labor Zionist Institute.
Contributors, workers
and solicitors are urged to
bring in all outstanding
pledges, cards and cash col-
lections.
A light breakfast will be
served and forthcoming ac-
tivities will be discussed.

Debate Winner

Richard Elias of South-
field Lathrup High School
won first place and a $1,500
scholarship last weekend in
the John S. Knight debate
contest in Detroit.



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and Cong. Bnai Moshe
branches of United Hebrew
Schools, the history of the
New York Jewish commu-
nity; Rabbi Weine, chair-
man of the Beth Din of the
Conservative Rabbis of De-
troit, a framework for
Jewish history.
In the Hebrew section
of the journal, Nobel, a
faculty member of the
Midrasha, writes on the
view of blacks in Ameri-
can Hebrew literature.
Dr. Jay Stern, president
of the college, contrib-
uted an article on per-
sonal reflections of a
Jewish educator.
The journal is available
at a nominal charge at the
Midrasha office, 21550 W.
12 Mile, Southfield 48076,
or by calling the Midrasha,
352-7117.

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