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July 12, 2002 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-07-12

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You know the story.
Now Know the victims.

Terrorists, often targeting children and families, have murdered
more than 400 Israeli civilians and wounded thousands.
Per capita, this corresponds to a loss of 19,357 American lives.

B'nai B'rith Fetes
Leader Fran White

People gathered at the Glen Oaks
Country Club in Farmington Hills on
May 19 to pay
tribute to the
founding organ-
izer of the cur-
rent Zager-Stone-
unit of B'nai
Fran White
served as presi-
dent as well as
founder for most Fran Wh ite
of the group's
five years, stepping down recently to
become regional coordinator for the
B'nai B'rith Great Lakes Region.
The committee for the evening
included Rae Schane, Lita Friedman
and Bill Braun.

Zeiger Unit
Hosts Dance

M.C. Zeiger Unit of B'nai B'rith will
host an evening of square dancing on
Saturday, July 27, at Temple Kol Ami.
International square dance caller
and line dance teacher Bill Peterson
will call and teach. The community is
welcome. There also will be a picnic-
style buffet chicken dinner at a charge
of $20 per person.
For information or to request an
invitation, call Myrna and Milt Fisher,
(248) 661-3262.

More than 70 homicide bombers have struck Israel during the
past twenty months; hundreds more have been stopped.

See faces of the victims in 400 photos and learn their stories.

Kahn J.C.C., Wed., July 17 (6 P.M.— 9:30 P.M.)
Temple Emanu-El, Thur., July 18 (10 A.M. — 9 P.M.)

(Located at 10 Mile Rd. and Church Street)
Look smaller displays around metro-Detroit, July 19 — 21
To host, or participate in presenting a display, register at
www.ayc4israel.org .

Local Sponsors

Labor Zionist Alliance

Aish HaTorah
American Red Mogen David for Israel
Congregation B'nai Moshe
Detroit friends of Israel
Detroit Jewish News
Jewish Community Center
Jewish Community Council
Jewish National Fund
National Council of Jewish Women
Temple Emanu-El

(sponsor list in formation)

Nationally coordinated by the
American Zionist Movement

Zionist Membership Organizations

American Friends of Likud • American Zionist Youth Council •
AMIT • ARZA-World Union • B'nai Zion • Emunah of
America • Labor Zionist Alliance • Mercaz-Zionist Organization
of Conservative Judaism • Meretz USA • NA'AMAT-USA •
Religious Zionists of America • Zionist Organization of America
• Zionist Student Movement

Affiliated Organizations

Get the picture? Be in it.

On the eve of Tisha b'Av, a day of prayer and fasting for Jewish
tragedies, show solidarity and strength by standing against terror. Be
. in a historic photo of 400 Detroiters standing among the pictures of
the 400 Israeli victims, The photo will appear in the Detroit Jewish
News, local - media, an Israeli paper and will be sent to local officials.

Wednesday, July 17 (rain date July 18)
Kahn Jewish Community Center, West Bloomfield
(Use Drake Rd. entrance, North of Maple )

6 P.M.

Exhibit and on-site registration opens
7:15 P.M. — Participants take their places
7:30 - 8 P.M. — Photo taken

Please register in advance:
Register on-line at www.ayc4israel.org or call 248-967-3170
If you choose to register at the J.C.C., please arrive no later than 7 P.M.

American Sephardi Federation • B'nai B'rith International
Jewish National Fund


Great Lakes Region
Installs Board

David Bittker was honored for his
years of support and dedication to the
B'nai B'rith and the Great Lakes
Region, which held its annual meet-
ing and installation on June 26 at
Adat Shalom Synagogue.
Keynote speaker was Dan
Mariaschin, executive vice president,
B'nai B'rith International.
Alan Lessack, vice president field
service, B'nai B'rith International,
installed John Rofel as president for a
two-year term. Ken Bassey, Larry
Brown and Julie Solomon were elect-
ed vice presidents; Gary Morof, treas-
urer; Dr. Michael Gellis, Sherry
Kantor, Gilda Kopitz, Les Perlman,
Sid Roth, Rick Serline, Robert
Starkman and Bobby Wolok, trustees.




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