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March 14, 1980 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-03-14

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18 Friday, March 14, 1980

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

New Jersey Jews Will Aid Soviet Jews Who Come Here

APPRAISALS

NEWARK, N.J. (JTA) —
The board of trustees of the
United Jewish Community
(UJC) of Bergen County
(N.J.), meeting in River
Edge late last month
amended a previous resolu-
tion on Soviet Jewish emig=
ration and now will pursue

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a policy which will support model program for inte- Jewry h: -
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first degree relatives of gration into the Jewish 3,017 Sovieu, ---14 --,_ _ -------
Vienna last month ahu . '---
Soviet Jews previously re- community.
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42 percent of them indicated
settled in the county.
The amendment em-
The amended resolution phasizes the board's goal, they will go to Israel.
provides that "Soviet Jews which was the basis for the
My Mother
with first degree relatives original action — "in order
previously resettled by the to encourage maximum
always taught
United Jewish Community Russian Jewish immigra-
me to . . .
of Bergen County and/or the tion to Israel and to discour-
Jewish Family Service and age Russian Jewish immi-
dress warmly, eat the right
foods, pick good
already residing in Bergen gration to the United
company, work hard, be
County shall receive aid States."
fair with my customers,
from the UJC for the
always give them extra
In
New
York,
the
Na-
reunification with their
value for their money .. .
tional Conference on Soviet
families."
"I always follow her
It continues: "The term
advice. That's why I'm the
`first degree relatives' is Queen's Forest
country's top Cadillac
hereby defined in accord-
salesman.
COPENHAGEN (JTA) —
'Thank tio II, Mother!' "
ance with the generally ac- The Danish Jewish com-
cepted international defini- munity has launched a sub-
-AL KLINE
tion to mean only husbands scription to plant a 10,000-
Gall up, of a rih mc at:
and wives, their children, tree forest in Israel in honor
their parents and their of Queen Margarethe's 40th
brothers and sisters."
birthday. Thousands, in-
The UJC board's origi- cluding Prime Minister
6160 Cass Ave.
nal resolution attempted Anker Jorgensen, have al-
Detroit 48202
to discourage additional ready subscribed.
Soviet Jewish resettle-
_ (313) 875-0300
The forest will be inaugu-
ment in Bergen County,
"Michigan's Largest
Cadillac Dealer"
but provided for those al- rated on the queen's birth-
ready living there a day, April 16.

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14TH ANNUAL B'NAI WRIT
PRESIDENTS'
BRUNCH

a.

SYLVIA ROSS

In Cooperation With the Jewish National Fund
Honoring The

Presidents of Metropolitan
Detroit B'nai B'rith Councils
- the Lodge, Chapter and Unit Presidents
and
The Launching of THE FOREST OF PEACE
In the Galilee, in Israel,
By the Men and Women of
B'nai B'rith of Metropolitan Detroit

President Women's Council

B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN'S
CHAPTER PRESIDENTS 1979-80

SHARON MOSS
Ahava
KATHY GAVEL
Bat Chayle
JOAN RABACKOFF
Bloch
KAYLA DWORIN
Brandeis
IDA KAPLAN
B & P -
HARRIET BERLIN
ELINOR YOLLES
GLORIA CHECK
Centennial
ADELE BROD
Deborah
GUSSIE ZUCKERSTEIN
Detroit
SHIRLEY DIEM
Downtown/ Fox
MIRIAM RADKIN
East-Side
SALLY BIEDERMAN
Einstein
JUDY BERNSTEIN
Galilee
HELENE ENGEL
Golda Meir
BELLE FRUITMAN
JEAN GALINSKY
Handler
ESTHER APPLEBAUM
Israel
DELPHINE LEE
Keidan
HELEN PEARL
Marshall
SHIRLEY SAHAM
Masada
BERNICE BRODSKY
Morgenthau
MILDRED BENSTEN
Natanya
ETHEL LEVY .
Pisgah
JOYCE BERENSTEIN
NANCY SALTSMAN
Solovich
PEARL SHIOVITZ
Tikvah
JEANNIE WEINER
Tzedakah
ESTELLE WARREN
Zager
SHIELA DUBIN
Zeiger

10:00 A.M.
ADAT SHALOM SYNAGOGUE
29901 Middlebelt, Farmington Hills

(Registration begins 9:15 a.m.)
Relatives and Friends Invited
Admission: Contribution of $10.00 Minimum
(3 Trees at $3.00, plus $1.00 toward brunch)
per reservation
HONOR YOUR LODGE, CHAPTER OR UNIT BY ATTENDING
The Brunch and planting trees in the New Metro Deti .oit B'nai
B'rith Forest of Peace

....40 60 #16‘

bfar

Daniel Mann, Director of B'nai
Brith International's Israel
Commission. Eloquent
Speaker and insightful
researcher. He is responsible
for pursuing our interests in
Washington and other world
capitals.

BRUNCH CHAIRMEN

George Tarnoff

ASSOCIATE CHAIRMEN

Harold Jaffa

David Levine

Louis Segel

B'nai B'rith Forest of Peace Committee
CHAIRMAN
Meyer Littky

Charles Fink

CO-CHAIRMEN

President Men's Council

B'_NAI B'RITH LODGE
PR1'SIDENTS 1980

SUNDAY, MARCH 23, 1980

Linda Moss

FLOYD BORNSTEIN

Harry Michaelson

RICHARD ROME
Albert D. Tucker/Grant
SAM FREEDMAN
Albert Einstein
HARRY S. ELLMAN
Banisters
STEPHEN MANN
Brotherhood/Eddie Jacobson
LOUIS GOUTMAN
Centennial
TOM BORIN
Detroit
JACK FINE
Detroit Louis D. Brandeis
MORRIS PEARL
Detroit Louis Marshall/Suburban
BERKOW ZDANOWICZ
Downtown Fox
KENNETH BERTIN
Harry B. Keidan
MARSHALL SPINNER
Henry Morgenthau
HARRY WEINBERGER
Israel
ALAN SCHREIER
Ivan S. Bloch
PHILIP PERLSTEIN

L'Chayim
RON ELLIS
Maurice C. Zeiger
LESLIE HUBERT
Motor City
IRVING ROLLINGER
Oakland Century
HARRY SHUMAKER '
Pisgah
DR. LEONARD GABA
Pontiac
ISSAC BENAIM
Rabbi Zager-Stone
MITCHELL RIBITWER
Real Estate & Construction
HARRY OBERSTEIN
Tikvah

UNITS PRESIDENTS
JANICE B. SHATZMAN
Accountants
ALEX ORNSTEIN-SUE GUTTER
Couplets
STEVE SPITZ-KENDRA TOBES
Rey Ut

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Executive Director Charles Gordon

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