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May 18, 1984 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-05-18

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24

Friday, May 18, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

************************************ *
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER OF METROPOLITAN DETROIT

SENIOR ADULT
CAMPERS REUNION

Wednesday, May 23 - 1:00 p.m.

JIMMY PRENTIS MORRIS BUILDING

Meet and "SHMOOZE" with old friends
about the good times
at The Butzel Conference Center

REFRESHMENTS * ENTERTAINMENT
* See Movies about Camp *



Hear about the exciting
New Programs for
"youngsters". 60 and over.



Meet the Camp Director



Staff will be available to
answer questions.

EVERYONE IS WELCOME —
Campers, Friends, Guests

CALL 967-4030

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION

******* ****** F

******* ***- 4-4-4-4- ***** *****

HANDMADE
OPTICAL
FRAMES

FROM

ISRAEL

See the Couturier line of
Israeli-made optical frames at

Cit:q_9)METIQOPOLITnn
OPTICAL

Lincoln Shopping Center

26102 Greenfield Rd.

968-8811
Men's, Women's & Childrens' Available

ISRAEL INDEPENDENCE DAY

SPECIAL

25%
OFF*
ALL ISRAELI-MADE FRAMES

Available at Metropolitan Optical

See Us At The ISRAELI INDEPENDENCE DAY
CELEBRATION, Jewish Community Center,
Maple & Drake, May 20, 1984

*No other discounts apply

BNAI BRITH

B'NAI
B'RITH
METROPOLITAN DE-
TROIT COUNCIL will

hold its sixth annual B'nai
B'rith "Night at the Tigers"
on June 20. Council
President Alexander T.
Ornstein will throw out the
first ball of the game. Saul
Chudnow is Council pro-
gramming vice president.
For information on Tiger
tickets, call the B'nai B'rith
office, 552-8177.


LOUIS D. BRANDEIS
CHAPTER will meet noon

Wednesday at the Knob-in-
the-Woods Apts. club house.
Guests are invited to the
Mother and Daughter
luncheon. There is a nomi-
nal charge. Evelyn Berger,
vice president of program,
announces the program will
feature a choral group with
Bobbie Levine as narrator.
Reservations are being
taken by Rose Pogats, 967-
4068; Betty Stewart, 557-
3117; or Jean Katz 559-
4174.


IVAN S. BLOCH/
ISRAEL LODGE will

have a meeting on Monday
at 8:30 p.m. at the Zionist
Cultural Center. There will
be a candlelighting cere-
mony, and a program of
movies. Wives and friends

Kahane
cancels

Rabbi Meir Kahane,
founder of the Jewish De-
fense League, will not be
appearing in Detroit this
month as previously an-
nounced.
_ According to Harriet
Drissman, president of The
Jewish Idea which was
sponsoring his visit, the
Canadian government has
lifted its previous ban
against allowing Kahane
into Canada and he has
scheduled speaking
engagements there.
A spokesman for the
rabbi said he will return to
the Detroit area in October.

are invited. For informa-
tion, call Rick Shaye, pro-
gram chairman, 399-9333
or 540-5702.


CENTENNIAL LODGE

will meet 7 p.m. Thursday
in the library of Adat
Shalom Synagogue, and
then proceed to the
sanctuary to hear Elie
Wiesel.


HUNTINGTON WOODS
CHAPTER installed Re-

becca Flaisher and Diana
Katz as co-presidents at its
recent installation brunch.
Other officers are Madelyne
Friedman, Ellie Natinsky,
Doris
Weinberger
-
Blechman, Elaine Glenn
and Marlene Snell, vice
presidents; Thelma Victor,
Susan Levice and Ella Mod-
ell, secretaries; and Esther
Weitzman, treasurer.

Chairmen are: Enid
Flaisher, Ms. Modell, Ms.
Weinberger - Blechman and
Sharon Taitelbaum. Ina
Sky is counselor-past
president. General board
members are: Andrea
Brown, Linda Berman and
Helene Phillips-
Goldenberg.

The chapter will have a
meeting at 8 p.m. Monday
in the home of Ms'
Weitzman, 23051 Harding,
Oak Park. Judy Nolish will
present a slide program on
"Jewish Life in America
and Michigan." There also
will be a short business
meeting. Guests are wel-
come. Admission is free. For
information, call Ms.
Weitzman, 968-2469; Ms.
Weinberger-Blechman,
398-7033, evenings; or Ms.
Snell, 548-2738.

Oakland Century honors
Meyer Leib for Bonds

Oakland Century Lodge
will honor member Meyer
W. Leib at the lodge's an-
nual tribute dinner on be-
half of State of Israel Bonds
at 7 p.m. June 19, with
cocktails at 6 p.m. at Adat
Shalom Synagogue.
Leib will receive the State
of Israel Achievement
Award in recognition of his
"outstanding participation
in the vital Israel Bond pro-
gram for the development of
Israel and the New Negev,
key to its future as a free
and strong nation."
Sol Goldberg is dinner
chairman; a tribute com-
mittee is in formation.
A 1943 graduate of the
Detroit College of Law, the
majority of Leib's work has
been in the area of labor
law. He has participated in
hundreds of labor matters
before the American Arbi-
tration Association, Michi-
gan State Labor Mediation
Board, National Labor Re-
lations Board, for both
management and unions.
He taught labor law at

the University of Michi-
gan's Rackham Memorial
Institute and the Liberal
Arts College of the Detroit
Institute of Technology. He
is a member of the Detroit,
Southfield Oakland County
and Michigan State bar
associations.
Active for many years in
B'nai B'rith, Leib is a past
president of Pisgah Lodge
and has been supportive of
the B'nai B'rith Council. He
has been cited by the Pisgah
Lodge and Ivan S. Bloch
Lodges and the B'nai B'rith
Youth Organization.
For tribute dinner reser-
vations and information,
call the Israel Bond office,
557-2900.



Seeks sponsors

B'nai B'rith Singles (ages
18-30) is looking for spon-
sors for softball and bowling
leagues. For details, contact
the B'nai B'rith office, 552-
8177.

Kobaker grant
to U-M student

Stephen Spinner, of the
University of Michigan,
will receive the 1984-1985
Samuel and Dora Kobaker
Memorial Scholarship. The
grant is endowed through a
fund established at Cong.
Beth Achim in memory of
the Kobakers by their chil-
dren, Florence and Sheldon
Dulberg.
Spinner is the son of Dr.
Edward and Mildred
Rosenbaum of Southfield
and the late Mr. David
Spinner.
The scholarship pre-
sentation will be made June
6 at Beth Achim during
Shavuot services.

k .\
Franklin J. Ellias, left, associate chairman of the Holocaust
subcommittee of the Jewish Community Council of
Metropolitan Detroit, accepts a proclamation from Gov.
James J. Blanchard designating the 1984 Days of
Remembrance for Victims of the Holocaust. The
presentation was made at the recent State of Michigan
Holocaust Commemoration sponsored by the Council and
Gov. Blanchard in cooperation with the Michigan Jewish
Network.

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