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March 12, 1982 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-03-12

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Bnai Brith Activities

DOWNTOWN - FOX
CHAPTER will meet 8
p.m. Wednesday at Denny's
Restaurant, 11 Mile and
Greenfield Roads, South-
field. There will be games
and prizes. Prospective
members are invited.

COUPLETS UNIT will
have a paid-up membership
party 8 p.m. March 20 at the
Glens of Bloomfield Apts.
club house, Birmingham.
Hors d'oeuvres and
cocktails will be served.
Music and magic

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entertainment will be pro-
vided. For reservations by
today, call Marni Sklar,
559-2543; or Elanna
Broder, 553-0139. There is a
charge for prospective
members which is appli-
cable towards membership
dues.

HENRY MORGEN-
THAU CHAPTER will
have its installation dinner
March 25 at Jacques. Offi-
cers to be installed are:

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* * *

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ALBERT EINSTEIN
CHAPTER will hold its
27th annual installation
dinner 6 p.m. Wednesday at
Young Israel of Oak -
Woods. Installing officers
will be Irene Rodman, past
president of the Bnai Brith
Women's Council, and
Hermine Hersch, past
president of the chapter.
Officers to be installed
are: Fay Adelsberg,
president, Sima Yarcike,
president-elect; Rachel
Growe, Rose Neuman,
Pauline Kleinberg and Sara
Cwaigenberg, vice
presidents; Shirley Rosen-
berg, treasurer; Felicia
Shloss, Tola Gilbert, Eva
Birenholtz and Pauline
Sztarkman, secretaries.
Board members are: Rona
Bakalar, Elizabeth Dell,
Anna Fisk, Lola Greenspan,
Helen Goldin, Sonia
Popowski, Miriam Slaim,
Shirley Tenenbaum, Ida
Wiener, Rachelle Yager,
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ALBERT EINSTEIN
LODGE will have its an-
nual Purim dance 9 p.m.
March 20 at Cong. Bnai
David. Dairy refreshments
will be served. Eric
Rosenow will proyide
music. There is a charge.
For tickets and information,
call Sam Freedman, 559-
2033; or Max Pines, 358-
0715.

DETROIT BUSINESS
AND PROFESSIONAL
CHAPTER elected Sophie
Kellerman president at its
recent election meeting.
Other officers are: Lillian
Bilinski, Elaine Grant and
Gussie Gray, vice
presidents; Fay Friedman,
treasurer; Marion Morgan,
Rose Sweet, Esther Good-
man, Bertha Feinberg and
Sadye Garfinkel,
secretaries.
Board members are: Eve-
lyn Anchill, Mae Berman,
Ruth Lefton, Florence Gal-
lison, Lila Kole, Esther
Segal and Alice Zarember.
Officers will be installed
at 12:30 p.m. 'April 4 at the
Sussex, House Restaurant.
For reservations, call
Augusta Trager, 355-3761.

*

Frank Gervasi to Address
BB Brunch to Support JNF

-

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There is a charge. For tic-
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Lola Pines, 358-0715; or
Blanche Freedman, 559-
2033.

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Frank Gervasi, author
and observer of current
events, who has devoted
much of his recent writings
to Israel's struggle for exist-
ence, will be guest speaker
at the 16th annual Bnai
Brith Presidents' Brunch 10
a.m. March 28 at Adat
Shalom Synagogue.
The brunch, held in con-
junction with the Jewish
National Fund, will honor
the presidents of all Detroit
area Bnai Brith Men's and
Women's Councils, lodges,
chapters and units. Inaugu-
ration ceremonies will be
held for the Metro Detroit
Bnai Brith Forest, a part of
JNF's International "Forest
of Peace," located in the
Galilee. Israel's 34th year of
Independence will be
marked.
In the 1930s, Gervasi was
diplomatic correspondent
for the Hearst newspapers.
As associate editor of Col-
lier's Weekly, Gervasi
covered World War II in Af-
rica, Europe and the Middle
East. His postwar assign-
ments brought him to Cairo,
where he covered the
British Mandate years.
Since that time, Gervasi has
chronicled the Jewish state.
Among his books are "To
Whom Palestine," "The
Case for Israel," "Thunder
Over the Mediterranean"
and "Life and Times of
Menahem Begin: Rebel to
Statesman."
The Metro Detroit Bnai
Brith Forest is the eighth
to be launched by the De-

Friday, March 12, 1982 53

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