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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Zionists Inaugurate GOP
Media Drive at Convention
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Bnai Brith Activitie
Bnai Brith Hosts Concert
of Israel's Kiryat Ono Band
The local Bnai Brith af- DiegO and at the Bnai Brith
filiates will sponsor the ap- convention in Washington,
pearance of the 50-member D.C. A 13-day tour of Brazil
Kiryat Ono Youth Band of also is scheduled.
Israel 8 p.m. Aug. 10, at
For ticket information,
Temple Beth El.
call Bnai Brith, 552-8177.
Sponsors of the concert
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are the Bnai Brith Met-
ropolitan Detroit Council,
Bnai Brith Women's Coun- LODGE will hold its an-
cil of Metropolitan Detroit, nual picnic 10 a.m. Sunday
Bnai Brith Hillel Founda- at Oak Park Major Park, at
tions and Bnai Brith Youth the shelter area. There will
be games and prizes for
The band will present a youth age 3-16. An egg-
concert of works by classical throwing contest will be
and modern composers and held for couples and seniors.
Jewish and Israeli folk A candlelighting ceremony
will honor- members whose
While in the U.S., the birthdays are in July and
band will appear in North August. Hot dogs,
Dakota, Seattle, San Fran- doughnuts, pop and coffee
cisco, Los Angeles, San will be available.
* * *
A project of informing delegates to the Republi-
can National Convention regarding Israel's current
status and the need to assure Israel's security through
strengthened friendship with the United States was
inaugurated at the annual meeting of the Zionist
Organization of Detroit, June 25, at which Sidney Sil-
verman was installed for a second term as president.
The installation was conducted by Judge Joseph J.
Pernick. Norma T. Hudosh presided during the por-
tion of the meeting at which a score of men and women
leaders were feted as honorary board members. Mrs.
Sidney Z. Leib, a ZOD vice president, presided. In the
photo, from left, are: President Silverman, Mrs.
Leib, Mrs. Hudosh and Judge Pernick.
Neo-Nazi Cell Tried in Germany
West German General Pro-
S ecutor has charged six
m embers of an extreme
r ight-wing group called
with an attempt to revive
n eo-Nazism and the Nazi
Party, which is banned in
the Federal Republic.
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The recent Bnai Brith Marshall Suburban Lodge
"man of the year" dinner, held on behalf of State of
Israel Bonds, saw honoree Alfred Stebbins, second
from left, awarded the Israel Bonds Leadership
Award, "in recognition of his devoted service to Is-
rael's cause." Shown at the event are, from left:
Dinner program participants Morris Pearl, Mr. and
Mrs. Stebbins, Edward Schlessel and Max Sosin.
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JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Phillip Stollman of Detroit
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BEERSHEBA — This
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