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January 30, 1987 - Image 72

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-01-30

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PISGAH LODGE installed

Charles Goldstein as president
at its recent installation meet-
ing at the B'nai B'rith Build-
ing. Installed with him were:
Albert Schwartz, Arnold Be-
rman and Milton Klein, vice
presidents; David Brodman,
recording secretary; John
Anstandig, financial secre-
tary; Edward Bean, treasurer;
and Henry Zaft, chaplain.

Trustees are: Cecil Aaron,
Sheldon Baskin, Dr. Barry
Bean, Rabbi Martin Gordon,
Jack Greenblatt, David
Kushmar, Bernard Luchtan,
David Perlman, Leon Rubens-
tein, David Zatkin and Barney
Zatkoff.

HENRY MORGENTHAU
CHAPTER will hold a lunch-

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eon meeting at noon Feb. 11 at
Knob-in-the-Woods club
house. Moira Katz will speak
on "Growing Up Jewish in
South Africa." There is a nom-
inal charge for members and
guests, and reservations are a

must. For information, call
Vice President of Programm-
ing Helen Braverman, 358-
3636; or her assistant, Dorothy
Tendler, 557-1316. For reser-
vations, call Betty Eidelman,
557-4138; or Dorothy Kass,
352-6340. Members of the
bridge club will serve as hos-
tesses.

LOUIS
MARSHALL
CHAPTER will hold an open

board meeting, noon Thurs-
day, at the MCL Restaurant in
the Tel-12 Mall. President is
Beverly Toren.

OAKLAND CENTURY
LODGE will hold a brunch-

meeting for members and
friends, 11 a.m. Feb. 15, at
Bloomfield's, Woodward and
Square Lake Roads.
Dr. Jacques Rosenfeld will
speak on "The Holocaust, Then
and Now as a Survivor."
For information, call Ralph
Miller, 559-3200; or Jerome G.
Friedman, 545-2888 or 626-
2903. There is a charge.

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Richard H. Lobenthal

Richard H. Lobenthal,
Michigan and Midwest-area
director of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith, will address the Eins-
tein Luncheon Forum, noon
Tuesday, at Southfield Char-
ley's restaurant, 12 Mile and
Evergreen.
Lobenthal will give an up-
date on anti-semitic manifes-
tations in the U.S.
He has served on the sociol-
ogy faculties of Wayne State
University, University of
Michigan and Un_.Tersity of
Detroit. Lobenthal has been
president of the Michigan
Association of Human Rights
Workers, the International
Black Appeal, the Coordina-
tion Council on Human Rela-
tions of the City of Detroit, De-
troit Research Associates,
Applied Research Teams of
Michigan and was Corporate
Secretary of the National Cen-

Joyce Weckstein, board_
member of the Jewish Com-
munity Center, has been ap-
pointed to the JWB's health,
physical education and recrea-
tion Committee.
She is past president of the
Women's Health Club and past
chairman of the health and
physical education department
of the Center. She presently
holds the position of volunteer
coordinator at the Center.
Weckstein and Shelly tac-
kier, executive director of the
American Israel-Chamber of
Commerce of Michigan will
lead "The Active Way to Ex-
perience Israel" trip April 25 -
May - 8.

Cranbrook P.M.

Cranbrook P.M. will kick off
its winter'spring 1987 program
Sunday. For a brochure of all
programs through May, call
Cranbrook P.M., 645-3635.

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