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March 18, 1983 - Image 65

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-03-18

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rBnai Brith Activities

GALILEE CHAPTER
overall winners in the 35th
annual regional Bnai Brith
Women bowling tourna-
ment were-:, Marlene
Goldman, Ethel Fine, Mar-
lene Lipman, Fran Klinger
and Cidnie Herold, captain.
The women had a six-game
series total of 6010. Mes-
dames Klinger and Fine
were winners in other
categories as well
Mrs. Klinger was in-
stalled as president of the
1,200-member East Central
and Land of Lakes Regions
of the Bnai Brith Women
Bowling Association.
* * *
HEALTH CARE UNIT
will have a brunch meeting
9:45 a.m. Sunday at Howard
Johnson's, Southfield. Dr.
Ralph Cash, chief of pediat-
rics at Sinai Hospital and an
associate professor at
Wayne State University's
college of medicine, will
speak on "Jewish Genetic
Diseases." The public is in-
vited.

club house. Program Vice
President Nita R. Lichtens-
tein announces there will be
a games afternoon with
prizes. Friends are invited.
Petite luncheon will be
served at a nominal charge.
For reservations, call Ida
Lewis, 968-6799; or Betty
Stewart, 557-3117.
* * *
MORGENTHAU - L'-
CHAYIM LODGE will
hold its annual installation
of officers noon March 27 at
the Sheraton Oaks Hotel.
Officers to be installed are:
Henry Cohn, president; Joel
Marwil, Thomas Nanes and
Steven Tapper, vice
presidents; Lorraine Cohn,
Philip Rothschild and
Robert Schneider,
secretaries; Arthur
Goldberg, treasurer; and
Ernest Needle, chaplain.
Youth Service Appeal Cen-
tury Club members of the
lodge will be honored. For
reservations, call Nanes,
557-3844; or Marshall
Spinner, 349-3374, eve-
nings.

LOUIS D. BRANDEIS
CHAPTER will meet 12:15
p.m. Wednesday at the
Knob-in-the-Woods Apts.

BUSINESS AND PRO-
FESSIONAL CHAPTER

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elected Gussie Gray
president at its recent elec-
tion meeting. Other officers
are: Elaine Grant, Florence
Gaynor-Gallison, and Lil-
lian Nacmani, vice
presidents; Fay Friedman,
treasurer; Marion Morgan,
Rose Sweet, Esther Good-
man, Rose Schwartz, Sarah
Kushner, secretaries; and
Mae Berman, Lila Kole,
Ruth Lefton, Ruth
Podolsky, Esther Segal,
Helen Young and Alice
Zarember, board members.

* * *
REAL ESTATE AND
CONSTRUCTION
LODGE installed Joel
Willens as president at its
recent installation brunch
at Hamilton Place. Ralph
Miller, president-elect of
District 6, installed the fol-
lowing with Willens: Mort
Dermer, Leo Eagle, Harold
Nyman and Israel Tal, vice
presidents; Leslie Perlman,
Harry Krim and Bert Gor-
don, secretaries; David
Chicorel, treasurer; and
Earl I. Sherman, chaplain.
To join the lodge, call
Willens, 352-6505.

Summer Programs for Youth
Offered by ZOA's Masada

Applications are avail-
able at the Detroit District
office of the Zionist Organ-
ization of America for the
ZOA's Masada summer
programs in Israel.
Four programs are avail-
able: Teenage Camp (age
13-14), Teenage Tour (age
15-17), Masada Leadership
Training Course (age 16-19)
and Summer in Moshav
(age 17-22).
The programs include
sightseeing, weekend hos-

pitality
with
Israeli
families, sports, folk-
dancing and social and rec-
reational activities with Is-
raeli teens.
Advance programs fea-
ture seminars, hiking
nature-study and work-
ing in a moshay. Campers
will be housed in the
dormitories of Kfar
Silver, ZOA's 520-acre
campus near Ashkelon.
For information, call the
ZOD, 569-1515.

Pakistan Threat -

HAIFA (ZINS) — Israeli
Chief of Staff Gen. Raphael
Eitan told a Haifa Univer-
sity audience that Pakistan
has an armored brigade
stationed at Tubruk, Saudi
Arabia, 125 miles from the
Israeli port of Eilat.

IT IS TIME FOR

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*

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D ESIGN-IT

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Residential & Commercial

Graphic Weil Design
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Designer

569-2462

543-0203

Oakland Century Lodge
is offering three tuition
scholarships of $500 each to
qualified applicants to be
used as a tuition grant for
the fall 1983 academic
semester.
Each applicant must
submit a grade transcript
and a typewritten
memorandum in which the
applicant demonstrates
compliance with the follow-
ing requirements:
• Jewish student from
Detroit metropolitan area;
• Must currently be
attending a college or uni-
versity;

We Extend Sincere Good Wishes to
the Jewish Community of
DETROIT AND AREA
and to our Jewish Customers and Friends
We join in extending cordial greetings to the Jewish
Community. Its contribution to the growth and develop-
ment of Michigan has been a notable one and we wish it
continued success in the years ahead.

• Must have superior
scholarship;
• Must demonstrate a
need for financial assis-
tance;
• Must show leadership
qualities; and
• Campus participation
and community activity
must show established roots
in metropolitan Detroit.
Application deadline is
April 4. Applications should
be sent to Sol E. Goldberg,
Chairman, Scholarship
Committee, 26500 North-
western Highway, Suite
301, Southfield 48076.

Charna Bloom
Plans to Marry

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MANICURES
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Mrs. Faye Bloom of Oak
Park announces the
engagement of her daugh-
ter, Charna Gail, to Randy
Mitchell Segal, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Segal of
Southfield.
Miss Bloom earned a
Bachelor of Arts degree at
Michigan State University
and a Juris Doctor degree
cum laude at the Detroit
College of Law. Her fiance
earned a BPH degree at
Wayne State University.
A May wedding is
planned.

Manicures - Nail Wrap Pedicures

by
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ample private parking

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