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April 24, 1981 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-04-24

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20 Friday, April 24, 1981

DICTATING
MACHINES

$ 88 88

also transcribing units

342-7801

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Bnai Brith Activities

GOLDA MEIR CHAP-
TER will have its second
annual paid-up member-
ship dinner 7 p.m. Monday
in the home of Terry

ALOHA,
SPRING IS HERE!!

POOL OPENINGS

as low as

Tenebaum, 2999 Bloomfield
Park Dr., West Bloomfield.
For reservations by today,
call Sandy Schwartz, 661-
1279; or Marcia Friedman,
661-4218. Dues are payable
at the door.

* * *

$16500

Discount prices on all Chemicals and Supplies

569-0876

HAWAIIAN POOLS

LOUIS D. BRANDEIS
CHAPTER will hold its in-
stallation of officers noon
Wednesday in the Knob-in-
the-Woods Apts. club house.
Installing officer will be
Eadie Albion, past
president of the Bnai Brith
Detroit Council and a
member of the Midwest
Regional Board.
Officers to be installed

SNODDY.

Snobby is nor our style. Bur
we've jusr received an exciring
new collecrion of never-seen-
before designs from FILA and

ellesse•

We simply musr rell you rhey're
the finest quality tennis clothes
available. For men, women,
and junior players who
demand the very best.

are: Frieda Massover,
president; Betty Brown,
Ruth Fisher and Nita
Lichtenstein, vice
presidents; Jean Katz, Faye
Schwartz, Sylvia Gottlieb
and Gertrude Maskin,
secretarires; and June
Pleason, treasurer.
Board of directors in-
cludes: Ethel Klavons, Ann
Kopnick, Isabelle Levitt,
Ida Lewis, Rose Pogats,
Henny Salomon, Dorothy
Silverman, Pearl Smaller,
Betty Stewart, Sophia
Wineman and Edith Winer.
A gourmet luncheon will be
served. There is a charge,
and guests are welcome. For
required reservations, call
Ms. Lewis, 968-6799; or Ms.
Stewart, 557-3117. Reser-
vation deadline is today.

* * *

ISRAEL CHAPTER
will have a fashion show in
conjunction with its annual
"Children's Home in Israel"
certificate evening 8 p.m.
Tuesday at the Bnai Brith
headquarters. Spring ap-
parel and accessories will be
modeled by chapter mem-
bers and their families.
There is a charge. Dessert
will be served. Friends are
invited. For details, call
Marcella Roth, 356-6378.

come. Reservation deadline
is May 1. For reservations,
call Marilyn Droz, 474-
3322; Jan Citrin, 476-3033;
or Co-President Elanna
Broder, 553-0139.
The unit will have a fam-
ily social May 31 at the De-
troit Zoo, meeting 10 a.m. at
the front gate of the zoo.
There is a charge, and
guests are welcome. Par-
ticipants are requested to
bring their own lunch. For
reservations by May 18, call
Ms. Droz, Ms. Citrin or Ms.
Broder.

* * *

FRANCES SOLOVICH
CHAPTER will have an in-
formation night 7:30 p.m.
May 7 in the home of Beth
Levitsky, 24301 Majestic,
Oak Park. Prospective
members are invited. A film
will be shown. For details,
call Ms. Levitsky, 542-4666.

*

*

TIKVAH CHAPTER
will meet noon Tuesday in
the Sutton Place Apts. club
house. Program Vice
President Shirley Raznick
will present Past President
Goldie Kramer, who will
review "Avenue of the

Righteous," by Peter
Hellman. There is a nomi-
nal charge for luncheon,
and guests are welcome.
Reservations are being
taken for the May 19 instal-
lation luncheon to be held at
noon at the Imperial Gar-
dens. For details and reser-
vations, call Luncheon
Chairman Nettie Wein-
bbrg, 967-1286.

C.? <

* *

ACCOUNTANTS UNIT
will have a meeting 7:30
p.m. May 6 at Temple Be
El, Alpert Confirmatio_
Room. Irwin B. Meisel will
speak on "Use of Life Insur-
ance in Retirement and Es-
tate Planning." The pro-
gram will qualify for two
CPE credits. A board meet-
ing will be held at 6:30 p.m.
The unit is currently con-
ducting a membership
drive. The group's activities
include the Continuing Pro-
fessional Education credit
program, speakers bureau,
tax assistance program and
joint meetings with non-
accounting professional
organizations. For member-
ship information, call the
Accountants Unit, 352-
8040.

* * *

$275,000 in Bonds Purchased

.

Monday rhrough Saturday 9:30-6.

tennis time

S E. Corn& Maple G Lohser
3irminghom. MI 646-4475

COUPLETS UNIT will
have a "One Nite Out"
event May 9, meeting 6:30
p.m. at the Michigan Inn. A
mystery dinner and tour
will follow. There is a
charge, and guests are wel-

kkil 0 .4; n1L 40 111

So what's different about
• a Butcher Block Table?

First we took off the squared edges
and replaced them
iga- with a smooth curve.

Secondly—we insisted that this top
be constructed of continuous strips
of premium maple.

Thirdly—we applied 2 coats of
polyurethane penetrating oil to give
it a liquid-repellent surface.

Now it's on Sale at $199. Reg. $260.

30"x 60"top as shown on MMB trestle base.
10% off all curved-edged tops in stock.

TRAVERSE CITY
SOUTHFIELD
ANN ARBOR
12917 W. Bayshore Dr.
26026 W. 12 Mile Rd.
410 N. Fourth Ave.
at Harbor West
West of Telegraph
at Farmers Market
(616) 941-1313
(313) 352-1530
(313) 668-4688
Mon-Thurs 9-5:30. Fri 9-9
Mon, Thurs, Fri 10-9
Mon. Thurs, Fri 9-9
Tu. W. Sat 9-5:30, Sun 12-5 Tues. Wed, Sat 10-6. Sun 12-5 Sat 9-5:30. Sun 12-5

The Workbench. Inc. 1981

More than. $275,000 in Israel Bonds were pur-
chased at a recent leadership reception by Einstein
Lodge and Chapter in advance of the May 3 annual
tribute dinner. Shown are, top row from left, David
Hermelin of Israel Bonds, Israel Ambassador Amos
Ganor, host Irving Guttman, David Holtzman of Israel
Bonds, honoree Eric Rosenow, Sam Freedman, hos-
tess Mrs. Rose Guttman and Charles Growe. Seated
are, from left, Anne Rosenow, Mania Lesh and Linda
Apfelblat.

* * *

Tradition Topic of Parley
for BBWomen May 1-3

Registration will be
"The Impact of Tradition
Upon Jewish Lifestyles" taken at 3 p.m. May 1.
will be the theme of the
third annual conference of Detroiter Role
the Midwest Region of Bnai in The Chosen'
Brith Women to be held
A former Detroiter plays
May 1-3 at the Marriott Inn
the role of the doctor in the
in Ann Arbor.
Guest speaker will be movie "The Chosen,"
Evelyn Wasserstrom, past will make its world p,
president of Bnai Brith miere May 11 as part -Of
Women and executive di- "Celebration 33" saluting
rector of the National Con- Israel's independence.
Clement Fowler, who left
ference of Christians and
Detroit for New York after
Jews.
Estelle Robinson is con- graduating from Wayne
ference chairman. Other University in 1948, is the
are: Emily cousin of Seymour Matenky
chairmen
Rogow, Midwest Region of Oak Park.
Fowler writes for televi-
awards; Ida Stein, ar-
rangements; Brenda Good- sion and acts in the New
man, decorations; and York area. He appeared in
Gloria Ellis and Linda the movie version of-"Ham-
let" with Richard Burton.
Levine, programming.
Psychologist Dr. Paul
The man is lost who has
Jacobs will lead the fam-
lost his sense of shame.
ily forum discussions.

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