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April 10, 1981 - Image 64

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-04-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, April 10, 1981

Bnai Brith Activities

LOUIS MARSHALL
SUBURBAN LODGE will
have a dinner meeting 6:30
p.m. Tuesday at the Zionist

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"Judgment at Minola," will
be shown. A debate on
"Should Nazi War Crimi-
nals Be Brought to Justice"
will follow. The program
will begin at 8. Refresh-
ments will be available. For
reservations, call Carl
Pearl, VE 8-5384; or Alfred

Stebbins, 358-1747.

* * *

DETROIT LODGE will
hear a talk on "Anti-
Semitism" by George
Nyman 8 p.m. April 20 at
Leslie Towers. Refresh-
ments and games will fol-
low.

* * *

Ralph Miller Will Receive
Oakland Century Award

Oakland Century Lodge
will hold its annual "Spirit
of Bnai Brith Award"
dinner and reception honor-

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ing Ralph Miller Tuesday at
the Furniture Club, follow-
ing a cocktail hour at 6:30
p.m.
Nathan D. Rubenstein
will make the presentation
to Miller, who is a past
president of Oakland Cen-
tury Lodge and also of the
Metropolitan Detroit Bnai
Brith Council.
Miller was instrumental
in forming three new lodges
in the district and person-
ally enrolled 140 new mem-
bers into Bnai Brith. Miller
has received a number of
national awards "for his
achievements in promoting
Bnai Brith."
The lodge will present
its scholarship award
that evening in memory
of Past President Harry
Weitzman. Sol Goldberg
will make the presenta-
tion. Guest speaker will
be Michael Brooks,
executive director of the
Bnai Brith Hillel Founda-
tion at the University of
Michigan.
Harold Samuels is pro-
gram chairman for the
evening. Paid reservations
are due by Saturday. For de-
tails, call David Redisch,
559-5739; or Jerry Fried-
man, 626-2903.

Health Units Meet for AJC-IEF

Two Professional Health
Division sections are host-
ing separate buffet
brunches on Sunday at the
Knoliwood Country Club on
behalf of the 1981 Allied
Jewish Campaign - Israel
Emergency Fund. United
Nations correspondent
Moses Schonfeld will ad-
dress the Podiatrists Sec-
tion at 10 a.m. and the Op-
tometrists and Opticians
Section at noon. The latter
group also will hear from
Andrew Bera, demonstrat-
ing a new computer system
developed for use in all
types of optometric prac-
tices.
Bureau chief of Fairchild
Broadcast News at the
United Nations, Schonfeld
has interviewed leading
statesmen of the world. He
is one of the few journalists
with close contacts among
key Communist and Arab
leaders. The son of a London
rabbi, Schonfeld was edu-
cated in four countries. He
broadcasts regularly in the
New York area and is the
author of two books: "The
Mark of the Swastika" and
"Nutrition Problems in Re-
lief and Rehabilitation."
The Podiatrists Section
is chaired by Dr. Sheldon

* * *

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Weiss of Lake Orion an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Teresa
Leeann Weiss, to Sanford
Allan Lieberman, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Lieberman of Oak Park. A
May wedding is planned.

J. Goldstein, and Dr.
Howard A. Parven is its
adviser. Cabinet mem-
bers are Drs. Robert
Adas, Marvin Aronovitz,
Frederick B. Bernstein,
Steven Glickman, New-
ton E. Karp, Harry W.
Lindy, Alan Nickamin
and Stephen W. Witten-
berg.
Dr. Lowell Ressler is the

Fresh Air Announces 1981
Family Summer Schedule

Fresh Air Society has an-
nounced the dates for its
family summer programs
for 1981 and the addition of
a family travel program.
Butzel Family Camp will
take place June 29-July 5th.
The setting is the Butzel
Conference Center at the
Maas Recreation Area in
Ortonville.
Geared for families with
children age 10 and under,
the program offers families
the opportunity to interact
in camp activities.
This year, for the first
time, Fresh Air Society is

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and three nights, begin-
ning July 7, families will
visit some of Toronto's
children oriented "hands
on" attractions including
the Science Center and
Ontario Place.
Low cost plus transporta-
tion and accommodations
for the group at the Neill-
Wycik Hotel, in downtown
Toronto, will be provided.
For information, contact
Michael Zaks at the Fresh
Air Society office, 661-0600.

chairman of the Optomet-
rists and Opticians Section,
with Dr. Paul C. Feinberg
serving as section adviser.
Serving in the leadership'
cabinet are Drs. Albert
Blaize and Harvey Cole,
Morton L. Feldman, Drs.
Morey H. Firestone, Irving
I. Foon, Susan R. Gor-
mezano, Herbert Lux, Mil-
ton A. Meyers, Joseph
Orent, Sheldon L. Powell,
Paul B. Solway, Myron M.
Spalter, Edward F. Stein.
and Samuel M. Wapner.
Dr. Harris W. Mainster
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Engagements

_
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Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Giman of Southfield an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Dorothy
Sarah Giman, to Howard
Small of Southfield. Miss
Giman attended Harvard
University and was
graduated from Wayne
State University. Her
fiance earned a CPA certifi-
cate. An August wedding is
planned.

The first of two report meetings, at which Allied
Jewish Campaign division chairmen noted progress
in their fund-rasising efforts, was addressed by
Moshe Arad, seated, deputy director-general of the
Israel Foreign Ministry. With him are Jane Sherman,
Women's Division campaign chairman, and, from left,
Campaign General Chairmen David S. Mondry and
Marvin H. Goldman and Co-Chairman I. Willian
Sherr.

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their daughter, Lisa Jo, to
Gary Michael Berman, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Be-
rman of Oak Park.
Miss Glovinsky was
graduated from the Univer-
sity of Michigan. Her fiance
is a senior in the U-M Den-
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