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July 15, 1983 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-07-15

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Friday, July 15, 1983 49

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Volunteer Guide

A free volunteer, oppor-
tunities guide is available
through the Volunteer Ac-
tion Center of United Com-
munity Services (UCS). For
a copy, call the UCS, 833-
0622.

Drivers Cited on 30 Years
With UHS/Transport Unit

MORGENTHAU
CHAPTER will have a
members-only luncheon
and tour at the Edsel and
Eleanor Ford House in
Grosse Pointe Shores Sept.
28, leaving at 9:30 a.m. from
the Southfield Civic Center,
*

The Talmud says a hus-
band must provide his wife
with cosmetics and
beautifying articles.

FREE CONSULTATION

SHIRLEY PERSIN

Registered Electrologist

ADVANCE BUILDING

23077 GREENFIELD, Room 260
Near Northland & Providence Hospital

PHONE 557.1108

Over 20 Years Experience

Three drivers who have each driven for 30 years
with United Hebrew Schools, now the Jewish Welfare
Federation Transportation Service, were presented
plaques recently by director Isadore Goldstein, sec-
ond from left. With Goldstein are, from left, drivers
Gerald Bloom, Simmie Nolin and Winfred Banks. Dur-
ing their years of service the fleet has grown from two
UHS buses to 39 buses, 15 vans, a tow truck, two snow
plows and a utility truck.

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COTTON YARNS ON SALE

SELECTED FALL YARNS ON SALE

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NEW FALL YARNS ARRIVING DAILY

Complete Selection of Beads & Sequins



NAOMI
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* *

.

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Original Designs
Finishing
Handcrafted Sweaters

announce President Jean
Sherman and Program
Chairman Hattie Schwartz.
Reservation deadline is
Sept. 14. For reservations
and information, call Gloria
Michaelson; 541-1515; or
Mrs. Schwartz, 356-8563.

WEEKEND
Barbecue Kicks Off Drive
to Benefit BB Youth Agencies SPECIAL

FACIAL HAIR
PERMANENTLY
REMOVED

Eyebrows, Neckline, Arms
Recommended by Physicians

63nai Brith Activitie

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Monday-Saturday 10-5
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Phone: 855-2114
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. . and when did you
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explained to you? . . .
Truthfully!

~

The Bnai Brith Founda-
tion of the United States,
will officially kick off its
Youth Services Appeal
Campaign with a barbecue
rally for fund-raising
chairmen and workers 6
p.m. Wednesday at the
home of Ralph Miller, 156
Lake Park Dr., Birming-
ham.
The annual funds raised
go in support of the Bnai
Brith youth serving agen-
cies; the Bnai Brith Youth
Organization, AZA and
BBG and the Bnai Brith
structure. In the metropoli-
tan Detroit area there are
1,200 teenagers that belong
to AZA and BBG. The prO-
fessional staff guide these
young people in developing
leadership skills, commu-
nity awareness and in-
volvement and participa-
tion in activities surround-
ing Jewish heritage and
customs.
The Bnai Brith Hillel
Foundation is actively pre-
sent on the major Michigan
college campuses; Wayne
State University, Univer-
sity of Michigan, Michigan

State University, Oakland
University and in
Kalamazoo at Western
Michigan University.
Hillel serves as a home
away from home for
many college students,
providing Shabat and
holiday services, kosher
meals and a gathering
place for Jewish stu-
dents.
The co-chairmen for the
kick-off rally are Alex T.
Ornstein and Nathan D.
Rubenstein. Serving with
these chairmen for the Bnai
Brith Youth Services Ap-
peal Campaign are the
members of the Bnai Brith
Metropolitan Detroit Coun-
cil Fund-Raising Cabinet:
Ernest Shaw, chairman;
Floyd A. Bornstein, associ-
ate chairman; and commit-
tee members David Bittker,
Gerald Corlin, Joel Gar-
field, David Levine, Ralph
Miller, Sol Moss, Arthur
Schott, Lou Weber, Milton
Weinstein and Harold
Zuker.
For information, contact
the Bnai Brith Foundation
Office, 552-8070.

BB Aids Israel Bond Drive

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Two recent Bnai Brith events were held on behalf
of Israel Bonds. Shown in the top photograph, at the
Oakland Century tribute dinner, are standing from
left, Sol Goldberg, Maurice Rosender, Ralph Miller,
Cantor Max Shimansky and Nathan Rubinstein, Sea-
ted are guest speaker Dr. William Korey, Mrs. Sheila
Dubin, honoree Dr. Howard Dubin and Rabbi Milton
Arm.
In the bottom photograph, at the Marshall Sub-
urban event are, from left, Kurt Singer, Alfred Steb-
bins, honorees Mr. and Mrs. Harry Michelson, Max
Sosin and guest speaker Edward Rosenthal.

Court Questions Gift to Bar-Ilan

NEW YORK — An al-
leged $5 million contribu-
tion to Bar-Ilan University
from. William J. Levitt may
have been an illegal diver-
sion of funds, according to
New York State Attorney
General Robert Abrams.

In a suit before the New
York Supreme Court, the
builder has been charged
with pocketing the money
which he claims was a gift to
the university. Authorities
say the university was not
involved in the diversion.

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