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December 28, 1979 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-12-28

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THE DETROIT JEMSII NEWS

Z Friday, December 28, 1919

Bnai Brith Activities

MUSIC! MUSIC!

If you want to
dance you need

LOUIS MARSHALL
CHAPTER will hold a
luncheon noon Thursday at
the Zionist Cultural Center.
Psychic Jacqui will speak
on "The Psychic World."
President Helen Pearl and

Rhythm

Weddings, Bar Mitzvas.
Bat Mitzvas, etc.

731-6081

SUSAN FOX MAKES UNIQUE JEWELRY

Jewelry that rides the rainbow from fun and
humerous pieces designed to reflect the wearer's
personality to classic elegant statements in silver,
gold and precious stones.

- — - - -
Program Director Eileen Is-
rael invite guests.
• • •
ACCOUNTANTS
GROUP will hold a general
meeting 7:30 p.m. Jan. 9 at
Temple Beth El. David
Jaffa will speak on "Aspects
of Financial Planning." The
program will qualify for two
CPE credits. A representa-
tive of the office of State
Sen. Doug Ross will receive

the report of the legislative
liaison committee on state
taxes.
Newly elected officers
are: Janice Shatzman,
president; David Sternfeld,
Steven Lepsetz, Harry Kel-
ler and Philip Liner, vice
presidents; Cheryl Freed-
man, Lawrence Hyman and
Michael Zipser, secretaries;
and Irving Yellin, trea-
surer. Trustees are: Irwin
Alpern, Floyd Bornstein,

•• •

`Outreach' Visits Russians

Ask to see Susan at One of a Kind

join Galilee Chapter for a
rollerskating party 10:30
a.m. Sunday at Bonaven-
ture roller rink. There is a
charge. For information,

IF

.

Dan Sandberg

353-6699

Wedding & Bar Mitzva Albums

Lincoln Center
Oak Park

968-0808

CANDIDS-MOVIES-PORTRAITS

THEIR 40th JANUARY

INSTANT PASSPORT PHOTOS

FUR SALE

40%

REDUCTIONS

ON THE ENTIRE
INVENTORY.
THIS INCLUDES
THEIR FINE
COLLECTION OF
DESIGNER COATS,
CONTEMPORARY
COATS. MEN'S
COATS, EVERYTHING

OF HARVARD ROW

Designers of Fine Furs

HARVARD ROW MALL

21742 W.11 Mile Road, Southfield

358.0850

Jeannie Weiner, right, chairman of the three-
month-old "Project Outreach" of the Bnai Brith
Women's Council, greets the Vaysburg family of Oak
Park, recent Russian immigrants. In the doorway
background are Maurice C. Zeiger Chapter volun-
teers, Eadie Albion, left, and Emily Rogow.
Twelve Bnai Brith chap- project chairman Jeannie
ters have participated so far Weiner, volunteers recently
in "Project Outreach" of the visited the Vaysburg family
Bnai Brith Women's Coun- in Oak Park, helping them
to afix a mezuza to the door
cil.
and sharing wine and cake
Under the direction of as a gesture of welcome.

Michelle Passon to Head
Bnai Brith Women's Region

Michelle Passon has been
appointed director of
Bnai Brith Women, Mid-
west Region, an area
encompassing Michigan
and northwestern Ohio.
Mrs. Passon is a charter
member of Couplets Unit
and Golds Meir Chapter.
Her volunteer activities in
Bnai Brith Women have in-
cluded service as an or-
ganizer of several area
chapters.
She received a Bachelor of

852-
7200

MERRY OLDS

GMC TRUCKS, Inc.

1000 FEET NORTH OF
M59 AT ROCHESTER RD.

With Love

From Your Family!
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END-CIF-SEASON

_ MICHELLE PASSON

JI M
SAL ES MANAGER

Happy 80th Birthday
LOUIS HAMMERSTEIN

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Science degree from Wis-
consin University with a
major in education and
minor in communications
and literature. She has done
post graduate work in
learning disabilities at
Oakland University.

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OF OVER 31 YEARS

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IL

• • •
COUPLETS UNIT will

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ts

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661-2485; the David Cit-
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Yellins, 545-4449.

From $17500

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358-1280 by appointment

with

Lawrence Brown, Harvey
Cantor, David Chudnow,
Charles Daniel, Paul Dizik,
Barry Grant, James Grey,
Gordon Hollander, Milton
Kaminsky, Yale Levin,
Kenneth Volk and David
Weiss.

A native of Wisconsin,
Mrs. Passon was a
teacher in Minneapolis
and in Southfield.

Mrs. Passon is a member
of Temple Israel, the gover-
nance committee of Orchard
Lake Middle School of
which she is the chairman
and the Potomac Club.

Every great example
takes hold of us with the
!authority of a miracle, and
says to us, "If ye had but
faith, ye, also could do the
same things."
— Jacobi

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