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September 13, 1974 - Image 56

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-09-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, Sept. 13, 1974

Bnai Brith Humanitarian Award Dinner Co-Chairmen Told

Irwin I. Cohn, leader in
civic, communal, religious
and philanthropic affairs,
with
and C. Boyd Stockmeyer,
chairman of the board and
chief executive officer of De-
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
troit Bank and Trust, are
357-0139 the general chairmen of the
355-4913
1974 National Bnai Brith Hu-
manitarian Award Dinner,
honoring John J. Riccardo,
president of Chrysler Corp.,
to be held Nov. 10 at Cobo
Hall.
Riccardo will be honored
for "distinguished and endur-
ing contributions of a human-
itarian nature."
IRWIN I. COHN
Cohn, who grauated from C. BOYD STOCKMEYER
the University of Michigan He was the recipient of the tion, director and past pres-
Law School in 1917, has par- Bnai
Brith Humanitarian ident of the Detroit Clearing
ticipated in every aspect of Award in 1972.
House Association and a di-
the community for more than
Stockmeyer, who is a 1934 rector of the Greater Detroit
years. He has served as graduate of Wayne State Chamber of Commerce.
7 50
president of the Detroit Jew- University, joined Detroit
Stockmeyer is a member
ish Welfare • Federation, as Bank and Trust in 1941; was of the Detroit Board of Edu-
chairman of the 1960 Allied named a vice president in cation Task Force, a director
Jewish Campaign and as 1954 and served as president of Detroit Renaissance, mem-
• PARTIES
president of the Detroit Ur- from 1966 through 1973, when ber of the executive board
BAR
MITZVAS

ban League and of the De- he became chairman of the of the Detroit Council, Boy
• SOCIALS
troit House of Correction.
He was a p artici an t Scouts o f A mer i ca, on the
b oar d . H
• ETC.
A member of Pisgah Lodge in the International Monetary executive committee of the
Economic Development Corp.
of Bnai Brith for more than Conference.
He is a member of the of Greater Detroit, a director
40 years, Cohn has been
president of the Michigan executive council of the and member of the finance
Bnai Brith Hillel Foundation. Michigan Bankers Associa- committee of the United
Foundation, member of the
Governor's Forum, a trustee
of •Harper Hospital and past
president of Wayne State
Alumni Association.
Proceeds will go to the
AHAVA CHAPTER will • CHAPTER will have a bingo
have a social luau 7 p.m. party 8 p.m. Sept. 28 at the youth services program of
Sunday at the home of Oak Park Community Center. Bnai Brith, including Bnai
Moss, 6590 Post Oak, Tickets are available at the
KATHIE'S KORNER: Sharon
West Bloomfield. For reser-1 door or from any chapter Brith Hillel Foundations at
nearly 300 universities, Bnai
Remember what is what like . . . vations and information, call I member. There will be prizes.
'in the good . old days when people Diana Brenner, 559-4435,
Brith Youth Organizations
used to shop at their nearest corner
Steffi Korens, 626-7090, or
BNAI BRITH and WO-
store? Remember how the service was
MEN'S COUPLETS 5016 will
great, the people were nice, and Miss Moss, 352-3979. The next
have their annual art auc-
the little extra special treatment regular meeting will be held
CONGREGATION BETH ACHIM
8:30 p.m. Thursday at tion 9 p.m. Saturday at the
you received.
NO BINGO
DUE TO
Howard Johnson's, South- United Hebrew Schools Main
RELIGIOUS
HOLIDAYS
The Country Peddler is really a corner field. Single women between building. There will be a
stoiti in a plaza, and we know you'll age 20 and 30 are invited.
champagne preview at 8:30.
like us. We have one of the largest
Sam Field is auction coor-
selections of gifts and gourmet items
TIKVAH LODGE will have dinator. Artists include Pi-
and decorative accessories available
casso, Baskin, Fukui and Dos
anywhere. You are invited to see our its first meeting of the year
Santos. Oil paintings, prints,
20 foot wall display of Le Creuset, 8 p.m. Thursday at the
the renowned enameled cast-iron Bonanza Sirloin Pit, South-
BINGO
sculptures and wall hangings
AKIVA HEBREW DAY SCHOOL
cook-ware from France.
field. Their is a nominal will be on sale. Tickets may
SANS SOUCI HALT
ON 9 MILE AT MIDDLEBELT
be purchased at the door.
We have just completed our first charge. Guests are invited.'
EVERY SUNDAY 7:15 P.M.
Guests are welcome. For in-
* *
successful year and we invite you to
come in and get acquainted with us:
FRANCIS SOLOVICH form ation, call Mrs. Ruth
Grey, 398-8619.
I'm Kathie Hendrickson; Phyllis Lin-

International Music

HENRI WAKNINE

and Career and Counseling
Services helping 200,000
young people.
For reservations, call the
Bnai Brith office, 354-6100.

eanizettuned

SEDELLE
GILBERT

Wishes all her
Friends & Customers
A Happy New Year

cua

Activities

coln, is the monsger, and our capable
staff includes Anita, Denise, Mary
and many more capable people.

The Country Peddler offers free
gift wrapping, Mastercharge and
BankAmericard. We are conveniently
located in the Tel-Ex Plaza, Telegraph
-I 10 Mile Road, Southfield. Open
every evening to 10 P.M. and Sun-
day from noon to 9 P.M. Please
come in soon.

The Country Peddler

357-2122

Senior Adults Cite
Volunteer of Year

Mrs. Leonard Kendler re-
ceived the Volunteer of the
Year Award Thursday at the
second annual award lun-
cheon of the Senior Adult
Council of the 10 Mile Jew-
ish Center at the main Jew-
ish Center.
The award is presented to
the senior adult who has de-
voted the most time and ef-
fort toward activities for sen-
iors at the 10 Mile Jewish
Center on a volunteer basis.
Max Sosin, Cantor Hyman
Adler, Sammy Woolf and
Hal Gordon provided the en-
tertainment.

He can show you
the way to build a secure
financial foundation.

Holiday Greetings and
Best Wishes for the New Year

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