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April 16, 1982 - Image 53

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Friday, April 16, 1982 53

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

FOR THE FINEST

Bnai Brith Activities

ISRAEL CHAPTER
will hold its 33rd installa-
tion of officers 8 p.m. Thurs-
day at the Zionist Cultural
Center. Officers to lA in-
stalled are: Ann Cutler,
president; Lee Robins and
Anne Milgrom, vice
presidents; Bertha Fischer,
treasurer; Marcella Roth,
Ida Fenkel, Anne
Michalowsky and Helen
Pliskow, secretaries; and
Rose Kohen, counselor.
Board members are: Ceil

Bindes, Molly Ferlager,
Ferst, • Ann
Miriam
Jeanette
Fishman,
Mildred
Goldberg,
randon, Bess Leiser, Bea
Malone, Faye Meyer, Lil-
lian Meyers, Sophie Mikon,
Audrey Silverman, Ger-
trude Tait and Mary Tur-
kin.

Folk singer Larry Bassin
will entertain. Refresh-
ments will be served.
Guests are invited.

it Women Plan Conference

The Bnai Brith Women Midwest Region Office,
Midwest Region Conference 569-1336.
will be held from 9 a.m. to
4:30 p.m. April 25 at the
Northfield Hilton Hotel.
The day's activities will be
highlighted by a keynote
address by Dorothy
Binstock, international
president of Bnai Brith
'Women.
The afternoon workshop
will be conducted by Dr.
Paul Pearsall, director,
Problems of Daily Living
Clinic, department of psy-
chiatry, Sinai Hospital. The
day will conclude with
DOROTHY BINSTOCK
awards to chapters and
units and to the region vol-
unteer of the year.
Conference_ chairman is
Estelle Robinson. The con-
ference marks the closing of
Midwest Region. As of June
1, the Midwest Region will
merge with chapters and
units from Ohio, Pittsburgh
and Louisville, to become
the East - Central Region.
There is a charge for
the conference which in-
cludes registration,
materials, all programs,
continental breakfast
and buffet brunch.
For information, call the , DR. PAUL PEARSALL

BUSINESS_ AND PRO-
FESSIONAL CHAPTER
will meet 8 p.m. Tuesday at
the Whitehall Apts. club
house. Teresa Thompson,
clinical director of rehabili-
tation nursing at Sinai
Hospital, will speak on
"What's Aging All About?"
Guests are welcome. A so-
cial hour will follow.

* * *

COUPLETS UNIT will
have a board meeting 8 p.m.
Thursday in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Keith Savin,
24091 Eastwood, Oak Park.
Guests are welcome. For in-
formation, call Savin, 547-
2220.
The unit will have an art
exhibit and auction 8:30
p.m. April 24 at the Gallery
Art Center, 18831 W. 12
Mile, Lathrup .Village. A
wine and cheese preview
will be held at 7:30. There is
a charge, and guests are
welcome. For detail, call
Savin.

Akiva Baum Will Speak
at Einstein Bonds Reception

Akiva Baum, an Israeli
expert on international
trade and corporate law,
will speak at the Einstein
Lodge and Chapter leader-
ship reception on behalf of
the Israel Bond campaign.
The reception will be held
8 p.m. Sunday at the West
Bloomfield home of Mr. and
Mrs. Jay Moorin as a pre-
lude to the annual Einstein
- Israel Bond dinner,
scheduled for May 2 at Adat
Shalom Synagogue, and
horning Einstein members
7 is Isaacs and Sigmunt
Ru 1n.

Baum is currently associ-
ated with a Wall Street law
firm specializing in interna-
tional corporate practice.
From 1970 he practiced law
in Tel -Aviv, and in 1972 he
was nominated as one of the
Israeli participants in the
European Institute of Busi-
ness Administration in
France. A year later, follow-
ing a world-wide competi-
tion, he became the only Is-
raeli ever to win the Ford
Foundation Fellowship to
work on an American docto-
rate in business adminis-
tration.

BB Region Head Honored

Galilee Chapter, Bnai
Brith Women, will honor
member Barbara Zonder,
outgoing chairman of Mid-
west Region of Bnai Brith
Women, at a reception 8
p.m. Thursday in the
LaMed Auditorium of the
Main United Hebrew
Schools building.

Friends are invited. For
information, call Soralee
Broida, 557-4823; or Fran
Klinger, 355-3316.

BARBARA ZONDER

MORGENTHAU - L'-
CHAYIM LODGE will
hold its 34th annual instal-
lation dinner April 25 at
Adat Shalom Synagogue.
Cocktails will be served at
6:30 p.m. Dinner and
entertainment will follow.
Eric Rosenow will provide
music for dancing' There is
a charge. For reservations,
call Mary Litt, 398-4619;
Marshall Spinner, 349-
3374; Harold Zuker, 545-
0445; or Arthur Goldberg,
353-9784.

* * *

PISGAH CHAPTER
will meet noon Monday in
the Charter House Apts.
club room. Rhoda Levy Mel-

SPORTS LODGE will
meet 7:30 p.m April 26 at
Buddy's Pizza, Farmington
Hills. Following an all-
you-can-eat dinner of pizza,
spaghetti and salad, the
group will hear Mickey
Lolich, former Tiger
pitcher, who will speak on
"Baseball and the Detroit
Tigers." For reservations,
call Ralph Miller, 559-3200.
There is a charge.

* *

LOUIS MARSHALL
SUBURBAN LODGE will
hold a dinner-meeting 6:30
p.m. Tuesday at the Zionist
Cultural Center. Theme for
the evening's pro-
gram will be "Israel After
the Return of the Sinai."
Moderator will be Prof.
Leon Warshay. Panelists
include Rabbi Louis Fin-
kelman; Jeffrey Sherman;
Harriet • Drissman,
president of The Jewish
Idea; and Prof. Francis
Shor. There is a nominal
charge for dinner. Guests
are invited. Refreshments
will be served at no charge.
For reservations, call Carl
Pearl, VE 8-5384; or Al
Stebbins, 358-1747.

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