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March 14, 1986 - Image 64

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-03-14

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64 Friday, March 14, 1986

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

BNAI BRITH

Yarns and Sweaters by

B'NAI B'RITH METROPOLI- officers on April 13 at noon at
TAN DETROIT COUNCIL will Cong. Beth Achim. Charlotte
haye a delegates meeting at 7:30 Idelheit will be the installing offi-
p.m. March 26, in the Dubin Meet- cer. Guests are invited. There is a
ing Room of the B'nai B'rith build- charge and reservations are re-
ing, announces Council President quired. For information, call
Betty Silverfarb, 545-1613; or
James D. Grey.
Amy Brown, director of volun- Shirley Bernstein, 357-3245.
teer services for Sinai Hospital,
will be the guest speaker. Re- LOUIS MARSHALL CHAP-
. TER, will hold its election meet-
freshments will follow.
ing at the Zionist Cultural Center
ISRAEL CHAPTER will hold on Thursday at noon. Lunch will
its 1986-1987 election meeting on be served at a nominal charge.
Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the lower Guests are welcome. Special guest
lounge at McDonnell towers, Dr. Jeffrey G. Obron will give a
slide presentation on the causes of
24400 Civic Center Dr.
Kitty Allen of the Southfield osteoporosis. For information, call
Library book review staff will re- President Rebecca Green, 851-
view A Special Legacy: An Oral 7024; or Eileen Israel, 968-0569.
History of Soviet Jewish Emigres
in the United States by Sylvia
Rothchild. Refreshments will be
Food Day Body
served following the election.

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TIKVAH CHAPTER will meet
at noon on Tuesday in the Sutton
Place club house. Election of offi-
c,ers will be held and Dorothy
Storchan, chapter president, in-
vites friends. Program Vice
President Fredell Whiteman will
present Esther Tarnoff Cooper of
the Speakers Bureau of the De-
troit Institute of Arts, who will
speak on "Chagall and the Jewish
Artists of Paris." There is a nomi-
nal. charge for luncheon. For in-
formation, call Hilda Raphael,
557-6517.

DETROIT BUSINESS AND
PROFESSIONAL CHAPTER
will hold its annual installation of

BB Women Honor
Marilyn Merdler

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Marilyn Merdler

Tzedakah Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women invites all B'nai
B'rith Women and friends to a re-
ception honoring outgoing B'nai
B'rith Women's Council President
Marilyn Merdler at 9 p.m. Wed-
nesday, following the regular
Council meeting at 7:30 p.m. at
the Zionist Cultural Center.
Mrs. Merdler served as
President of Tzedakah Chapter
for two years. She served the BBW
Council as program vice
president, communications vice
president, administrative vice
president and recording secre-
tary.
She is an active member of the
Michigan
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Muriel Israel, a member or the
Jewish Community Council's
executive committee, has been
appointed to represent the Coun-
cil on the local committee for
World Food Day, which will be ob-
served Oct. 16.
World Food Day is observed
globally in order to increase
awareness, understanding, and
effective action on farm, food and
hunger issues. It commemorates
the founding of the United Na-
tions Food and Agricultural
Organization (FAO).
Local progranis involve area
school districts in utilizing cur-
ricular materials prepared to as-
sist teachers who provide instruc-
tion regarding world hunger prob-
lems at various grade levels. The
Jewish Community Council as-
sists in distribution of these mate-
rials on behalf of the World Food
Day Committee.
In addition, Mrs. Israel has
been assigned as a liaison to the
Detroit Board of Education to
enlist the board's endorsement of
World Food Day programming.
The Jewish Community Coun-
cil has coordinated efforts of the
World Food Day Committee to
launch a campaign that would in-
volve area restaurants in a
hunger relief drive by asking that
they donate a portion of their Oct.
16 profits to a special fund estab-
lished to feed the hungry in
southeastern Michigan.
For information; contact
Miriam Schey at the Jewish
Community Council office, 962-
1880.

MarcipOf Dimes
Benefit 'Luncheon

People Reaching Out, a March
of Dimes volunteer group, will
present a spring fashion lunch-
eon on Thursday at the' Michi-
gan Inn, Southfield. Proceeds
from the show benefit the March
of Dimes fight against birth de-
fects. The luncheon. will take
place at noon, and will be pre-
ceded by a jewelry , boutique
show at 11 a.m.
Tickets are available from the
March of Dimes at a charge.
Reservations are necessary. For
information, 'call Georgia Olsen,
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