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December 04, 1981 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-12-04

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BNAI BRITH MET-
ROPOLITAN DETROIT
COUNCIL will install Ar-
nold Michlin as president at
its 42nd annual installation
of officers 6 p.m. Sunday at
Adat Shalom Synagogue.
Other officers to be in-
stalled are: Alexander
Ornstein, Ed Skulsky,
Oscar Tuttleman and

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and Irving Yellin, trea-
surer. Discharge of the
previous year's officers will
be conducted by David Bitt-
ker. For details, call Bnai
Brith, 552-8177.

* * *

GOLDA MEIR CHAP-
TER will have its third an-
nual Hanuka luncheon
noon Sunday in the home of
President Debbie Balkin,
5849 Kingsfield, West
Bloomfield. Rishonah
Chapter will be the guest of
Golda Meir Chapter. Ad-
mission is npminal. For
reservations, call Ms. Bal-
kin, 661-5632.

and new members 7 p.m.
Dec. 16 at the Carlyle To-
wers Apts. club room.
Games and prizes will high-
light the evening. Reserva-
tion deadline is Wednesday.
For reservations, call ,Rose
Rubens, 474-3238; or
Mildred Saphirstein., 548-
0754.

* * *

COUPLETS UNIT will
have a board meeting 8 p.m.
Dec. 17 in the home of the
new President, Dr. Allen
Salomon, 23603 Sutton
Dr., Apt. 1224, Southfield.
Former board members are
invited. For details, call
Co-President Elanna
Broder, 553-0139; Co-
President Sharon Karbal,
* * *
682-2710; or Dr. Salomon,
OAKLAND CENTURY 355-0339.
LODGE will have its pre-
The group will hold its
• Hanuka event 7 p.m. Dec. a nnual installation 7 p.m.
19 at the Southfield Civic D ec. 12 at the main Jewish
ommunity Center. Dinner
Center main ballroom.
ill be served, and there is a
Music will be provided by
Danny Venice and his or- 9 harge. The group will have
chestra. Wives are invited. it s family Hanuka party 1
Paid reservations are due Pe;* m. Dec. 20 at the Green-
by Dec. 15. Checks should 9,
" eld School, Birmingham.
be made payable to Oakland ± here will be refreshments
Century, Bnai Brith. No ah nd games. There is a
arge. For details, call
telephone reservations will
lien Dorshow-Gordon
be accepted. For reservation
information, call Jerry 968-4760; or Ms. Broder.
* * *
Friedman, 545-2888 or
LOUIS MARSHALL
626-2903; Sam Braverman,
963-1616 or 358-3636; or CHAPTER AND LOUIS
Mike Pomerantz, 353-9089. MARSHALL - SUBUR-
BAN LODGE will hold a
* * *
REAL
ESTATE joint Hanuka program 8
AND CONTSTRUCTION p.m. Dec. 15 in the Zionist
LODGE will meet 7:30 p.m. Cultural Center. The Luba-
Wednesday at Victoria Sta- vitcher Youth Choir will en-
tion, Southfield. Officers tertain and there will be a
will be elected. For details, candlelighting ceremony.
Refreshments will follow
call Allen Glass, 553-9300.
the program. Guests are in-
* * *
vited free of charge. For de-
NATANYA CHAPTER tails, call Eileen Israel,
will have a Hanuka dinner 341-2878; or President Gert
party for paid-up members Pearl, 838-5384.

Stacy Friedman Is Married

Stacy Rae Friedman and
Jeffrey Lawrence Brodsky
were married recently at
Temple Israel. Rabbis M.
Robert Syme of Temple Is-
rael and David Nelson of
Cong. Beth Shalom and
Cantor Harold Orbach of
Temple Israel officiated.

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Jan Eder and Beth Serling.
Marc Brodsky was his
brother's best man.
Ushers were the bride's
brothers, Steven, Scott
and Shelby Friedman,
and David Rosenberg,
Jay Brody, Robert
Goodman, Daniel,
Schnipper and Alan
Stiebel. Barry Rosenberg
was the ring bearer.
The new Mrs. Brodsky
is a senior. at Wayne State
University Law School. Her
husband earned a law de-
gree from the WSU Law
School.
Following a Hawaiian
honeymoon, the couple will
reside in Southfield.

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MRS. BRODSKY

The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fried-
man of Southfield. Parents
of the bridegroom are Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Brodsky
of Huntington Woods.
Jill Schwartz was maid of
honor. Brides-maids were
Ann Rosenberg and Helene
Brody, sisters of the brideg-
room, and Laurie Levine,

WASHINGTON (JTA) --
A directory of names of
former residents of the
Washington area who have
settled in Israel is being
up-dated by the Greater
Washing-ton Aliya Council.
Joe Romanelli, Israel
Aliya Center director, said
an average of 150 Jews
move annually from Wash-
ington to Israel, adding that
most of them have made
successful adjustments to
Israeli society.

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