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November 30, 1979 - Image 79

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-11-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

50 Friday, Mader 30, 1919

Bnai Brith Activities

PISGAH LODGE will on American policy in the
,meet 8:30 p.m. Wednesday Near East. * * *
in the Bnai Brith headquar-
HARRY B. KEIDAN
ters (Somerset Building),
21711 W. 10 Mile, South- LODGE will hold its an-
field. Jack Kraizman, nual installation of officers
chairman of the lodge's 7 p.m. Dec. 11 at the Red
committee for the estab- Cedars restaurant, South-
lishment of a kosher field. Dinner will be served.
kitchen at the National Officers to be installed are:
Jewish Hospital, will report Kenneth Bertin, president;
on the campaign's progress. Jerry Rogers, Steve Weston,
There also will be a report Neil Grossman and Harold
Wolfe, vice presidents;
Harold Goodman, Sheldon
Dworkin and William Katz,
secretaries; Ray Redlich,
treasurer; Robert Miller,
chaplain; Leonard Sarko,
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
guardian; Joe Shewach,
968-2563
warden; and Larry Fisher,

SAM
BARNETT

Abe Cherow Says:

Sam Weiner, Sam Margolis, entertainment and a cash
Seymour Horowitz, Phil bar. The unit will hold a
Sheiner, Jeff Levine, Robert Hanuka party 2:30 p.m,.
Redlich, Gerald Kirschner Dec. 9 at Leonhard Elemen-
and Al Ryder, trustees. tary School, 20900 Inde-
Guests are welcome. F--,r in- pendence, Southfield. The
formation and reservations, party will include:
call David Jaffa, 559-3120. candlelighting, games, re-
The lodge will hold its freshments, potato latkes,
annual children's Hanuka gifts, singing andmore.
party 2:30 p.m. Dec. 16 at There is a charge, and
Howard Johnson's, South- guests are welcome. For in-
formation, call Linda Si-
field.
* *
mon, 352-3232.
COUPLETS UNIT will
* * *
hold its eighth annual in-
CENTENNIAL
LODGE
stallation of officers 7 p.m.
Saturday at Jacques, Bir- will have an evening of
mingham. The evening will Ladino music 8 p.m. Thurs-
include choice of dinner, day at the Franklin Pointe

reservations by Saturday,
call Morry Silverman, 545-
6603; or Gerry Corlin, 559-
4041.

Miriam Shenkman Honored
at Bnai Brith Women Event

Bnai Brith Women's Region
Hosts Membership Seminars

A SKETCH IS WORTH A
THOUSAND WORDS.
WE'LL DESIGN ORIGINAL
FURNITURE FOR YOU.
OUR ARTIST WILL HELP
YOU. COME IN AND SEE
OUR FINE SELECTION OF
FABRICS.

Miriam Shenkman, center, was honored recently
by the Bnai Brith Women's Council of Metropolitan
Detroit at its annual Special Gifts Luncheon at Hamil-
ton Place. Mrs. Shenkman is the organization's 1979
honoree. Pictured with her are, from left: her hus-
band, Jack; and Sylvia Ross, Council president.
Shenkman made a contribution for a classroom to be
named in honor of his wife at the Bnai Brith Women's
Children's Home in Israel. Last year's honoree, Sadie
Cohn, was presented with a "woman of valor" charm
and an album of highlights of last year's event.

ARTISTIC
UPHOLSTERERS INC

5735 SCHAEFER RD. '

(1 block North of Ford Rd.)
1.11 4-5900
Dearborn
Open Daily 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Apts. club house. Officers
will be elected and refresh-
ments served. Wives and
friends are invited. For

ABE CHEROW, Presideiii
CALL LU 4-5900

Preparing for the Bnai Brith Women, Midwest
Region, membership workshops to be held next week
are, from left: Michelle Passon, director of the Mid-
west Region; Gloria Ellis, region chairman; and Tam-
ara Kirson, national membership director.

TOP THESE OFF

unleavened chest
Shabbos Night Fever
Coca Cola (in Hebrew)
Schmaltz
Kvetch, Kvetch, Kvetch
Kiss My Kasha*

Basic T $5.50
Child T $5.00
French T $6.50 up

W prices include
> design or
< four letters

ALL
CANVAS
BAGS
10% OFF

ON

FASHION TOPS, SWEATSHIRTS,
LONG SLEEVES, INFANT T's
MATERNITY, SPORT TOPS,
CANVAS BAGS, AND MORE.

with this
ad
through Dec. 10

CALL US FOR
• IDEAS •
• PRICES •
• HOURS •

TOP IT OFF

the most reasonable
the most complete

T-SHIRT SHOP IN TOWN

silk screening for
organizations

two locations

*2848 Coolidge Highway Newburgh & Six
Livonia
Berkley
464-8590
548-4470

OPEN UNTIL 8:30

Bnai Brith Women's
Midwest Region will hold a
series of membership work-
shops Wednesday through
Dec. 7.
Workshops will be held
noon Wednesday in the
home of Belle Ruben, 24346
North Carolina, Southfield;
6 p.m. Wednesday in the
Leslie Towers Apts. club
room; noon and 6 p.m.
Thursday at Leslie Towers;
and 9 a.m. Dec. 7 (drop-in)
at the Bnai Brith Women's
office, 26021 Southfield,
Lathrup Village.
Tamara Kirson, national
membership director will
conduct the workshops.
The workshops will
kick off Bnai Brith
Women's bonus months
membership campaign
which will run from
January through March.
Local coordinator of the
workshops is Ruth Grey,
Midwest Region mem-
bership chairman.
For information, call the
Bnai Brith Women's Mid-
west Region office, 569-
1336.

AJCongress
Social Evening

The American Jewish
Congress will have a social
evening for members and
friends 7:30 p.m. Sunday at
Whitehall Apts. club house.
Reservations are required
and there is a charge.
For reservations, call the
AJCongress, 357-2766, or
Mrs. Lillian Weisberg,
352-8094.

Procedures devised to im-
plement the purpose won't
quite work.



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