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April 20, 1979 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-04-20

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Bnai Brith Foundation
Honors 'Soapy' Williams

G. Mennen Williams, jus-
tice of the Michigan Sup-
reme Court, will be the sec-
- ond Lansing recipient of the
Bnai Brith International
Great American Award.
The award will be presented
at a state-wide dinner June
3 at the Kellogg Center in
East Lansing.
Justice Williams will be
cited for "his long record of
e'-+inguished public serv-
both to Michigan and
U.S. First elected gov-
ernor in 1948, Williams
held the position for 12
years, longer than anyone
the state's. history. Join-
- - ing the Kennedy Adminis-
tration in 1961, he served as
assistant secretary of state
for African affairs (1961-
1966), and then as U.S. am-
bassador to the Philippines
(1968-1969). In 1971,
- - Williams was elected to the
Michigan Supreme Court
r and was elected to a second
term this past November.
Proceeds from the dinner
will support Bnai Brith's
youth services, including
Hillel Foundations on 300
campuses, the Bnai Brith
h-. Youth Organization, and
the Bnai Brith Career and
L. Counseling Service. These
agencies serve more than
- 250,000 high school and


. .

college-age young people.
Loixis Weber is chairing
the Bnai Brith Founda-
tion Committee organiz-
ing the dinner,. while
David Bittker, Marston
Busch, Arthur Falk,
Richard Radway, and Dr.
Murray Vinnik are serv-
ing as co-chairmen. For
the second consecutive
year, office space in
Lansing has been do-
nated to Bnai Brith by the
Michigan Catholic Con-
For information and
dinner reservations, call the
Bnai Brith Foundation in
Lansing (517) 371-2277.

UJA Appointee


AUXILIARY will service
the elderly at the Northland
Geriatric Center Tuesday.
Mamie Simrod, chairman,
and co-chairmen Ann
Goodis and Bernice Silver
will bring gifts, play games
with the residents and serve
refreshments. Volunteers
should call Mrs: Simrod,
* * *
will meet 8:30 p.m. Tuesday
in the home of Mrs. Oscar
Katz, 25706 Grand Con-
course, Southfield. Officers
will be elected and plans for
the May 21 installation will
be finalized. Poppies will be

Friday, April 20, 1919 41

distributed and service
dates discussed. For trans-
portation, call Faye Katz,
559-4484; or President Mrs.
Charles Hauptman, 352-

Rabbi to Speak
at Midrasha

Rabbi Max Weine, in-
structor at the Midrasha-
College of Jewish Studies,
will address the regular
luncheon gathering of the
institution noon Thursday
at the Midrasha. He will
speak on "Reminiscences of
United Hebrew Schools."
The luncheon is open to
the public.

NEW YORK — Marilyn
Brown, co-chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal
Women's Division, has been
appointed vice chairman_of
the UJA National _
Renewal Coordinating

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* * *

BB's Historic Pisgah Lodge
Nearing 125-Year Milestone


Executive Director,
Temple Beth El.

Bnai Brith had its begin-
ning in Detroit in 1857
- , when Pisgah Lodge No. 34
was organized by 25 mem-
bers of Temple Beth El. Its
program during the 122
years of existence was
geared to the various stages
of Jewish immigration to
the U.S., encompassing the
totality of Jewish concerns


Miss Oesterle
Plans to Marry

Mrs. Herbert W. Oesterle
of Ft. Meyers Beach, Fla.,
announces the engagement
of her daughter, Patti
Lynne, to Norman Robert
Kanogur, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Raymond R. Kanogur
Of Southfield.
_ Miss Oesterle, daughter
- of the late Mr. Herbert Oes-
terle, attends Oakland
Community College. Her
fiance was graduated from
Michigan State University.
A July wedding is


and including many pro-
grams in the interest of the
wider community.
presidents and district
presidents reads like a
Who's Who of the Jewish
leaders of our community.
In the record of Pisgah
Lodge are many notables.
Adolph "Daddy" Freund is
unforgettable. Julius
Deutelbaum became na-
tionally active. Judge
Theodore Levin was among
the presidents of the lodge.
A long list of the most
eminent Detroiters figured
in Pisgah history when it
was the only Bnai Brith
lodge in the area.
As Pisgah nears its 125th
birthday, it is the hope of
the leadership of Pisgah
that its membership roster
will be augmented by a
large accession of new
members so that Pisgah can
maintain its role of leader-
ship and historic continuity
in Greater Detroit as it has
in the past.


Mr. and Mrs. Irving Hel-
ler of Beachwood, Ohio, an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Judith
Heller, to Michael Lin-
den, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Linden of Oak Park.
Miss Heller attends the
University of Michigan,
where she is majoring in
nursing. Her fiance is a
senior at U-M, where he is
following a pre-medical
school curriculum. A June
wedding is planned.

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in price, look to Pace Setter where you
can buy two outfits for what one
costs elsewhere.

Arid, our fashion coordinators can help
you put your look together.

P.S. We're the talk of the town.

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