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May 21, 1982 - Image 59

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Friday, May 21, 1982 59

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Miss Siegal Is Married

Bnai Brith Activities

BRITH
BNAI
) WOMEN'S COUNCIL OF
METROPOLITAN DE-
TROIT will meet 7:45 p.m.
Wednesday at the Zionist
Cultural Center. Elaine
Block, Anti-Defamation
League chairman, will give
I an ADL update.
The council will honor life
members at a luncheon to be
held noon June 2 at the
Standard Club North. The
afternoon will feature a
fashion show.
Prospective life members
join before June 2 also
invited. For information
and reservations, call the
Bnai Brith Women's Coun-
cil, 552-8150.
* * *
'MAURICE C. ZEIGER
CHAPTER will have a Pan
tournament 9 a.m. June 6 at
the Southfield Civic Center.
There is an entry fee, which
includes continental break-
fast, lunch and prizes. Pro-
ceeds will be used for the
Bnai Brith Youth and Serv-
ices Appeal Campaign. For
reservations, call Emily
Rogow, 352-5557. Advance
reservations are required.
* * *
DOWNTOWN-FOX
CHAPTER will have a
paid-up membership lunch-
eon noon Wednesday in the
Northgate Apts. club house.
* * *
TIKVAH CHAPTER
will meet noon Tuesday in
the Sutton Place Apts. club
house. Dana Locniskar,
securities broker, will speak
on "Women's Guide to In-
vesting." Program Vice

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GALILEE CHAPTER
will present "The Maven," a
musical program, 8 p.m.
Tuesday and Wednesday at
Oak Park High School.
There is a charge. For tic-
kets and information, call
Paula Slomovitz, 557-1297;
or Linda Rosenberg, 559-,
6706.
* * *
SPORTS LODGE will
have a dinner-meeting 7:30
p.m. Monday at Buddy's
Pizza, Farmington Hills.
Guest speaker will be Terry
Tyler, Detroit Pistons for-
ward. Dinner will be served
at a charge. For reserva-
tions, call Ralph Miller,
559-3200.

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Bnai Brith Night at Tiger
Stadium will be observed
June 8, when the Detroit
Tigers play the Cleveland
Indians.
The trip will leave from
the Northland parking lot

Caricatures

was graduated from the
University of Michigan
with a BA degree in polit-
ical science. Her husband
also was graduated from
U-M and holds a JD de-
gree from the Boston
University School of
Law.
Following a honeymoon
in France, the couple is re-
siding in Southfield.

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across from the Northland
Theater at 6:30 p.m. Paid
reservations are due at the
Bnai Brith office Monday.
For information or tic-
kets, call Bnai Brith, 552-
8177.

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Bnai Brith Hosts Dance

Bnai Brith Metropolitan
Detroit Council-will sponsor
its first city-wide dance 9
p.m. June 12 at Roma's of
Bloomfield, 2101 Tele-
graph, Bloomfield Hills.
Big Band music will be
provided by Johnny

* * *

Bnai Brith Bowlers Benefit
Allied Jewish Campaign

Raymond Hassen, left, president of the Bnai Brith
Bowling Association of metropolitan Detroit, recently
presented the leagues' contributions to the 1982 Allied
Jewish Campaign. Edward Gordon, chairman of the
Jewish Welfare Federation Metropolitan Division,
accepted the checks on behalf of Campaign. Among
the leagues who contributed are: Ivan S. Bloch, Louis
S. randeis, Brotherhood-Eddie Jacobson, Ben
Traveling, Downtown-Fox, Henry
enthau-L'Chayim, Pisgah, Tikvah Early Birds,
Zager-Stone and M.C. Zeiger.

Kalt Scholarships Awarded

Cong. Beth Abraham
Hillel Moses has awarded
its Kalt Israel Scholarship
Awards for 1982 to Pamela
Charney and Steven Stryk.
The first prize, a $1,500
summer trip to Israel was
awarded to Miss Charney
and the second prize, a bond,
was awarded to Stryk.
The judging panel con-

officer.

President Shirley Raznick
invites guests. There is a
nominal charge for lunch-
eon. For information, call
Hilda Raphael, 557-6517.
The chapter installed
Dorothy Fishman as
president for a second term
as its recent installation
luncheon. Other officers
are: Mrs. Raphael, Goldie
Kramer, Irene Harelik and
Mary Lewis, vice
presidents; Bess Belsky,
treasurer; Reva Sniderman,
Ida Berman, Charlotte
Dolinka, Sarah Dolinka,
Libby Horton, Millie Raub,
Lillian Kanat, Secretaries;
and Fredell Whiteman, ad-
viser. Mamie Barden was
chairman of the day, and
Mickey Lakin, installing

Michelle Lynn Siegal and
David H. Colburn were
married recently at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek. Rabbi Irwin
Groner officiated.
The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Siegal
of West Bloomfield. Parents
of the bridegroom are Mr.
and Mrs. Sherwood Colburn
of Farmington Hills.
The bride was attended
by her sisters, Denise Siegal
and Susan Siegal. Robert
Colburn was the best man.
Ushers were: Gary Brisken,
Keith Gillman and Jeffrey
Fleischman.
The new Mrs. Colburn

sisted of Jack Schon, past
president of the congrega-
tion; Shirley Beider and
Mark Segal. Rabbi A. Irving
Schnipper and Barry
Levine, religious school di-
rector, served as consul-
tants-to the judging panel.
The award is sponsored
by Mrs. Bee Kalt and her
family.

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Trudell's orchestra. There is
an admission charge.
Tickets can be gotten at
the Bnai Brith office, 25835
Southfield, Southfield, or at
the door. For details, call
Ralph Miller, 559-3200; or
the Bnai Brith office. 552-
8177. All are invited.

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DZF Sets Fete
for Jerusalem

The Detroit Zionist Fed-
eration will sponsor its an-
nual community Jerusalem
Day celebration in honor of
the 15th anniversary of the
re-unification of Jerusalem.
The celebration will take
place 1 p.m. June 13 in Oak
Park Major Park. Featured
will be an address by Ehud
Gol, consul of Israel,
entertainment by Eric
Rosenow and his orchestra
and Israeli singing by Geri
Levit and Janet Pont.
Winners of the annual
essay contest on Jerusalem
will be announced and
prizes awarded. Families
are encouraged to bring
picnics.

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34 years ago.
Dr. John Thompson, 82,
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government hospital in
Haifa. Dr. Thompson re-
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visit with his wife, who was
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