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April 02, 1982 - Image 65

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-04-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Einstein to Cite Isaacs, Rubin
at Israel Bond Dinner-Dance

Albert Einstein Lodge
and Chapter of Bnai Brith,
which include many
Holocaust survivors, will
soon pay tribute to two
members for their service to
Einstein, the community
and the state of Israel.
Thelma Isaacs and Sig-
munt Rubin will be honored
at the lodge and chapter's
"New Life" dinner-dance on
behalf of Israel Bonds on

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May 2 at Adat Shalom
Synagogue.
Lodge president Charles
Growe and chapter
president Fay Adelsberg
said the honorees will be the
recipients of individual
awards from the state of Is-
rael.
Mrs. Isaacs is a retired
licensed real estate
salesman. She was the
second president to serve
the Einstein chapter and
is currently a member of
its board. She was Bnai
Brith Women's Council
president in 1971-1972.
-Since the inception of the
Israel Bond program in
1951, she has spent many
volunteer hours and was
cited by Israel Bonds
Women's Division. She is
currently a member of Hope
Chapter, ORT, and is a past
member of the National
Council of Jewish Women
and the Sinai Hospital

Women's- Guild. She and her
husband Irving are mem-
bers of Temple Israel.
Rubin is also active on the
Holocaust Educational
Commission, is a member of
the board of the Israel
Cancer Society and the
Greater Detroit Round
Table of the National Con-
ference of Christians and
Jews, and is a volunteer for
the Allied Jewish Cam-
paign Metropolitan Di-
vision.

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Arnold Michlin, second from left, and Sarah
Feuereisen, third from left, presidents of the Bnai
Brith Men's and Women's Councils, respectively, re-
ceive certificates of trees planted in their honor at the
annual Bnai Brith Presidents Brunch on behalf of
Jewish National Fund Sunday at Adat Shalom
Synagogue. Pictured with them are, from left: Harry
Michelson, brunch co-chairman, who was honored
"for his devotion to Bnai Brith and JNF projects";
Ruben Isaacs, president of Detroit JNF; Frank Ger-
vasi, guest speaker; Harold Jaffa and Irene Rodman.

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HARRY B. KEIDAN
LODGE will host a dinner-
theater party May 15 at the
Somerset Dinner Theater.
There will be a full-course
buffet-style dinner and the
performance of "How the
Other Half Loves:" There is
a charge, and dinner will be
served at 7:30 p.m. with cur-
tain at 8:45. For reserva-
tions by April 23, call Morry
Direnfeld, 557-3300.

* *

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Farmington Hills and vicinity


BUSINESS AND PRO-
FESSIONAL CHAPTER
will install new officers and
board members at a lunch-
eon to be held noon Sunday
at the Sussex House Res-
taurant. For reservations,
call Augusta Trager, 355-
3761.

Serving Southfield, Oak Park and vicinity

COUPLETS UNIT will
have its board and general
meetings 7 p.m. April 4 at
the Balmoral Club Apts.
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Rubin, now retired, is
the former owner of a dry
goods store and a former
part-owner of a furniture
store.
In advance of the tribute
dinner, a tribute committee
is being formed under the
leadership of Henry
Dorfman and Sam Freed-
man.
For reservations, call Is-
rael Bonds, 557-2900.

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Friday, April 2, 1982

Lorene Green, a certified
graphologist, will give a
handwriting analysis pre-
sentation and demonstra-
tion. Refreshments will be
served. Guests are welcome.
For details, call Pam Selis,
553-7228.

New Group
for Jews
from India

NEW YORK — A new
organization has been
formed by a group of Ameri-
can Jews from India.
The organization, Cong.
BINA, conducts services in
the traditional Sephardic
style and also sponsors
group socials. The organiza-
tion is seeking members
throughout the U.S.
For-information concern-
ing Cong. BINA activities,
write to Sam Daniel, 600
West End Ave., New York,
N.Y. 10024.

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