Maurice A. Betman, CLU, of THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
PROFESSIONAL PENSION CON-
SULTANTS, recently was a speak-
er at the meeting of the Oakland Center Musicians
County Chapter, National Associa-
tion of Accountants.
of 20 Years Honored
Lary . Ireedman
S o n k in , Paul Brickner, Max
Cong. Ezras Achim has installed Schneider, Harry Mandell, Nathan
Samet and Joe Chosid.
Jacob Nosanchuk as president.
Serving with him are Hyman
Krowitz and Abraham Richman,
vice presidents; Jacob Zeldes, fin-
ancial secretary; Nathan Korby,
treasurer; Julius Honeyman, elder;
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and William Keller, building man-
Serving on the executive board Call Our Kitchen, 342-9067
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Veterans of more than 20 years with the Center Symphony Or-
chestra are honored at a recent concert along with Julius Chajes
(far left), conductor, who organized the orchestra 30 years ago.
Shown are (from left) Helen Enlow, cellist; Beatrice Fine, violin-
ist; Joseph Buono, French horn; Dr. Alfred Klein, violinist; Arthur
Bachman, cellist; Don Zwickey, flute; Meyer Shapiro, viola; Frank
Sipco, bass; and Mrs. Julius Chajes, who presented the awards.
Weddings, Bar Mitzvas, etc.
FINE FURNITURE TO LIVE WITH
ARE PLEASED TO
Young Adults Plan
The Jewish Center's Young Adult
group is planning a day at Camp
Tamarack Feb. 21, leaving the
Center at 9 a.m. and returning 6
Ice skating, tobogganing and
Israeli dancing will be featured.
Participants are asked to bring
their own lunch,- ice skates and
musical instruments. Coffee and
hot chocolate will be supplied. The
camp toboggans also will be avail-
For charges and information, call
the group services division, DI
The Young Adults' next "Over-
21 Lounge" will be Feb. 14. Ad-
mission is nominal, and dress is
casual. A business meeting and
complimentary brunch is sched-
uled for Feb. 7, when the new
constitution will be approved.
Resort and Early Spring Dresses,
Pant Suits, Jump Suits, etc.
Forward to Sccinj
Troupe Due for
bargains galore throughout the stars
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Our entire stock of 400
Our unusual and distinc-
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and accessories will be
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The Yakima, an Israell panto-
mime group whose repertoire
covers the full range of comedy,
will be among the artists fea-
tured. at Akiva Hebrew Day
School's third annual concert
8:30 p.m. Feb. 14 at Ford Audi-
torium. Others who will be in
the program are Jo Amar, Israeli
tenor of Moroccan descent who
has performed throughout Eu-
rope and recorded more than 50
albums in Israel and the U.S.;
Haim Shelaff and his Tel Aviv
Revue; and Sara Aviani and her
Yemenite Trio, a vocal-instru-
mental trio. For tickets to the
Israeli Night of Stars, call the
Akiva Day School, 545-1060, or
the concert office, 357-2302-3.
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• 4 to 6x—Coat
• 7 to 14—Coat
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