(FOR SENIORS I
the Press Review, a current
events discussion group at
The Frisco Kid •will be
shown at 1:30 p.m. -
Friday — A repeat showing
of the Frisco Kid ,is schedul-
ed for 10 a.m.
The Yiddish Reading Circle
meets at 10:30 a.m.
An Erev Shabbat program
is scheduled for 12:30 p.m. in
I B'NAI B'RITH
At B'nai B'rith District
Six's Convention held in Min-
nesota, - the following
members of the Detroit
Metropolitan Council were
elected district officers or
chairmen: Peter A. Perlman,
president-elect and B'nai
B'rith appeal chairman; Alex-
_ ander T. Ornstein, vice presi-
dent and programming chair-
man; Gerald M. Corlin, Hillel
commissioner; Ernest Shaw,
justice for district court of ap-
peals; and David Levine,
Other appointees included
Arthur C. Schott, retention
chairman and District Six
board of Governors; Phoebus
R. Kaldobsky, C.V.S. chairman
and Floyd A. Bornstein,
policy and budget chairman.
A unique opportunity to participate in a traveling university
and to see Israel through the eyes of experts.
MARCH 18-28, 1990
Listen to the comments of a few of our 1988 Bar-Ilan Mission participants:
"The ongoing close contact with Bar-Ilan faculty,
"Even though this was my 40th visit to Israel, the
both on a professional and -personal basis, was the
excitement and insights that the experience provided
highlight of the trip'
made it as if it were my first!"
"The warmth of the group, as well as the fact that
the trip was tailored for both first timers and for
repeat visitors, made the trip highly memorable'
"The home hospitality, both by Bar-Ilan faculty and
"I was amazed by the depth and the quality of
by the Yavneh community, were thrills that I shall
Bar-Ilan's medical research. While small by our
standards, its research faculty is outstanding:"
DR. • MATHEW BOROVOY
DR. ARTHUR LIEBERMAN
B'nai B'rith Einstein Lodge
will hold their season-
opening dinner dance, 6 p.m.
Oct. 29 at Congregation Beth
Shalom. Dancing will be to
the music of Eric Rosenow
and the Continentals.
For reservations, call Jack
Miller, 557-7684 or Jack
The deepening of your Jewish experience through an
intensive and superbly guided visit to Jerusalem.
Home hospitality and -extensive contact with Israelis.
A beautiful "Kinneret Dinner Cruise!'
A close look at how Bar-Ilan's research and other.
activities are having a major impact on the quality of
Experiencing the unique entertainment and cultural life
that is Israel's alone.
A complete sightseeing package excellent for both first
timers or repeaters.
Learning how Bar-Ilan is incorporating excellence in
both academics and Judaica.
Round trip air transportation and 8 nights with 5-star
Spectacular price, subsidized by Bar-Ilan University.
Price also includes baggage handling, most meals,
transfers, local hotel service charges, and taxes.
For further information contact the Detroit regional Bar Ilan office, 29200 Southfield Road, Suite 201A, Southfield, MI 48076, (313) 423 4550.
ROCHELLE and DR. ARTHUR LIEBERMAN, LINDA , and PAUL ZLOTOFF, Mission Chairmen
Dinner Dance Set
see the country come to life through the eyes of experts.
Bar-Ilan professors traveling with us throughout Israel;
Accountant's Unit will hold
its annual all-day seminar
8:30 a.m. Tuesday at Adat
Reservations are required,
and there is a charge. For
reservations, call Phil Liner,
573-2100 or 563-4022.
A ceremony initiating the
new members of B'nai B'rith
Metropolitan Detroit Council
and their sponsors will take
place at the next delegates
meeting, 7:30 p.m. Wednes-
day, at the West Bloomfield
Jewish Community Center. A
reception will be held at
6:45 p.m. by Pisgah Lodge.
You,- too, can participate in our outstanding spring trip which will • include:
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