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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-07-25

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Bnai Brith Activities

AHAVA CHAPTER,
Bnai Brith Women, will
hold its annual picnic 6 p.m.
Wednesday in Oak Park
Major Park, near the shel-
ter. The chapter will pro-
vide drinks and charcoal.
Members and guests should
bring their own dinner and
games. Volleyball will be

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AARON

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Oak Park — Royal Oak Twp.
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played. For information,
call Beth Levitsky, 542-
4666.

* * *

HUNTINGTON
WOODS CHAPTER, Bnai
Brith Women, will hold a
garage sale, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Sunday at the home of Ellie
Natinsky, 26427 Humber,
Huntington Woods.

* * *

TZEDAKAH CHAP-
TER, Bnai Brith Women,
will hold a paid-up member-
ship garden party 7 p.m.
Aug. 7 at the home of Jean-
nie Weiner, 30086 Old Bed-

Louis Weber, chairman of
the Bnai Brith Foundation,
who was inspired during his
last visit in Israel to ar-
range for the appearance in
Detroit of the Kiryat Ono
50-piece Youth Band, an-
nounced that the group this
year won, for the second
time, the first prize at the
International Youth Band
Festival in North Dakota.
Nathan D. Rubenstein
has been named chairman
of the premiere Detroit per-
formance of the band. The
concert will be held 8 p.m.
Aug. 10 at Temple Beth El.
There is a charge.
Milton M. Weinstein is
co-chairman. Linda Levine
and Arthur C. Schott
are publicity chairmen;
Louis Segel, ticket chair-
man; Evie Levine, housing
chairman and Lillian On-
rich, hospitality chairman.
Other members of the com-
mittee are Alan Nathan,
Bernard Glaser, Evy
Tichik, Floyd Bornstein,
Sheila Dubin, Jeff Lader-

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* * *

COUPLETS UNIT will
hold its annual picnic 1:30-5
p.m. Sunday at the South-
field Civic Center. For in-
formation, call Linda Si-
mon, 352-3232. The unit
will have a board meeting 8
p.m. Thursday at the home
of Henry Gutter, 21801

Gardner, Oak Park. Guests
are welcome. For informa-
tion, call Gutter, 543-2647,
or president Alex Ornstein,
968-0606.

* * *

ACCOUNTANTS
GROUP will meet 7:30
p.m. Aug. 6 at the Bnai
Brith Council offices, 25835
Southfield, Southfield. At-
torney Judson L. Temple
will speak on "The Ac-
countant's Role in Estate
Planning." The program
qualifies for two CPE credit
hours. A board meeting will
precede at 6:30.

Band to Perform for Bnai Brith
Wins 2nd International Festival

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There is a nominal charge
for • guests. A program on
"Sexual Harassment" will
be presented by Marilynn
Mittleman Bassin. For in-
formation, call Mrs.
Weiner, 661-2030.

* * *

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Shebowich, Sol Moss, Harry
Weinberger and Rabbi
Louis Finkelman.
With an early arrival on
Aug. 8, plans are being for-
mulated by Rubenstein and
his committee to entertain
these young people. The
youth will be housed at the
homes of Bnai Brith mem-
bers with activities such as
Shabat services and a
Kidush at a local
synagogue", an evening
swim party and ice cream
social at the home of a Bnai
Brith member, and sight-
seeing.
Invitations have been
sent out to members of Bnai
Brith Century, Covenant
and President's clubs for a
brief Sunday afternoon per-
formance. Along with selec-
tions by the group, Rabbi

LOUIS WEBER

Ben Kahn, former executive
vice president of Bnai Brith
International will be the
key-note speaker. Weber is
co-ordinating the ar-
rangements for the invita-
tional afternoon concert.
For concert information,
call Bnai Brith, 552-8070 or
552-8177.

Women Set Parlor Meetings
for Israel Children's Home

Woronoff Named

---FOR LESS

FINAL
SUMMER
Clearance

Up
To

* * *

The Bnai Brith Women's
Council of Metropolitan De-
troit will hold its second an-
nual series of parlor meet-
ings, in a luncheon format,
to precede the opening of the
Bnai Brith Women Youth
and Services Appeal.
The first parlor meeting
will be held noon Aug. 6 at
the home of Mrs. Carl Scott
in West Bloomfield. The
second meeting will be held
noon Aug. 7 at the home of
Mrs. David Hermelin in
Birmingham.
BBW Council President
Evelyn Tichik has ap-

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pointed Sylvia P. Ross as
special gifts chairman. The
SYRACUSE, N.Y. — chairmen for the parlor
Norman Woronoff, son of meetings are Charlotte
Mrs. Esther Gluck of Oak Edelheit, Anne Ginsberg
Park, Mich., has, been ap- and Estelle Robinson. For
pointed executive director an invitation call the BBW
of the Jewish Family Serv- council office, 552-8150;
--ice Bureau of Syracuse.
Mrs. Edelheit, 557-7408; or
Woronoff earned his Mrs. Ginsberg, 642-8706.
bachelor's and master's de-
The funds raised will
gree in social work at support the Children's
Wayne State University.
Home in Israel. A slide pre-
sentation on the home,
Graduation Told entitled This Very Special
Place," will be shown at the
Dr. Thomas E. Silver was luncheons. The presenta-
graduated from the Ohio tion is narrated by actress
College of Podiatric Tova Feldshuh and de-
Medicine in Cleveland, scribes the home for emo-
Ohio. He is the son of Mrs. tionally disturbed boys in
Rose J. Silver of Southfield.
Israel.

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