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June 03, 1983 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-06-03

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Friday, June 3, 1983 43

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Bnai Brith Activities

BRITH
BNAI
WOMEN'S COUNCIL will
have a tribute luncheon for
its life members noon June
21 at the Troy Hilton Inn.
Entertainment will be pro-
vided by Janet Pont. Helen
Tatarka, life membership
chairman, said that only life
members — fully paid, par-
tially paid or women who
become life members on the
day of the luncheon — will
be admitted. There • is a
charge. For reservations,
call the Bnai Brith Women's
Council office, 552-8150.
The Council announces
that the Miriam Lawrence
was named Bnai Brith
Women's volunteer of the
year at the East-Central
Regional Conference of
Bnai Brith Women.
The Detroit Council re-
ceived awards for its 85th
birthday membership
party, for community serv-
ice and social action.
Chapters receiving
awards for fund raising
were: Brandeis, Business

TERRY I. BERLIN

Attorney At Law
FAST, COMPREHENSIVE
LEGAL SERVICES .
phone 353-1474

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and Professional, Cen-
tennial, Detroit, Einstein,
Morgenthau, Pisgah,
Zager and the' Couplets
and Accountants Units.
Membership awards went
to Galilee, Zeiger and Busi-
ness and Professional Chap-
ters. Program awards were
given to Galilee and Golda
Meir Chapters. Cited for
their flyers and invitations
were Morgenthau and
Zeiger Chapters. Detroit,
Morgenthau and Zeiger
Chapters were recognized
for community service.
* * *
LOUIS MARSHALL
CHAPTER will hold a
paid-up membership lunch-
eon noon Thursday at the
Zionist Cultural Center.
Gifts will be distributed to

With the help of friends
and the understanding of a
YMCA, Shabat-observant
Tanya Solomon was able to
participate in the Jackson
County (Mo.) spelling bee.
The trouble was worth it —
she won the spelling contest
and will compete Wednes-
day in the national contest
in Washington, D.C.
Tanya, the 11-year-old
daughter of former De-
troiter Dr. Rochelle Sol-

omon and Cantor Benjamin
Solomon of Kansas City,
Mo., was provided with a
'trailer from friends of the
family so she could stay in a
place close to the site of the
spelling bee in Indepen-
dence, Mo.
The Independence YMCA
gave the family permission
to park the trailer over-
night. Tanya was able to
participate in the contest
and observe Shabat.

LARRY FREEDMAN

Orchestra and Entertainment

647-2367

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Golf Classic Heads Picked

Jack Cochran has been
named general chairman
and Paul Zuckerman, hon-
orary chairman, for the first
annual Bnai Brith Golf
Classic slated to take place
June 28 at the Wabeek
Country Club. The event is
sponsored by the Bnai Brith
Metropolitan Detroit Coun-
cil.
Other members of the

Celebrate The

20th ANNIVERSARY

MR. BELA'S SCHOOL of COSMETOLOGY

Please call for
information on learning

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MANICURES.

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special workers. A fashion
show will highlight the af-
ternoon. President Molly
Shapiro invites all paid-up
members. Dues may be paid
at the door. For informa-
tion, contact Eileen Israel,
341-2878.
* * *
MORGENTHAU
CHAPTER will have a
meeting noon Wednesday in
the Knob-in-the-Woods
Apts. club house. Petite
luncheon will be served.
President Jean Sherman
and Program Chairman
Hattie Schwartz announce
Shirlee Rosen will speak on
"Cults." There is a _charge.
For reservations, call Yetta
Epstein, 545-2477; Ann
Bogrow, 545-8147; or Pearl
Unatin, 559-1367.

Jeffrey Miller, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Mel Miller of
Bloomfield Hills, received a
certificate of scholarship
from Phi Beta Kappa hon-
orary. Miller is a sophomore
at Michigan State Univer-
sity, where he is majoring in
physiology.

* * *

BELA & GERI DEUTSCH

1 I

Academic Honor

Spelling Contest No Bar
to Shabat-Observant Youth

PASSBOOK

1983 V.I.P. EDITION

with any incoming only custom drycleaning order of
$14.95 or more and this coupon. We will give you a
limited edition Metro Passbook ABSOLUTELY FREE
while quantities last. One book per customer. Offer
excludes all other coupons discounts & offers. Ad
must be presented with incoming order!

cleaners

OFFER GOOD AT ALL LOCATIONS

planning committee are:
David Bittker, Gary Coc-
hran, Bob Hynes, Ken
Janke, Tom Klein, Ron
Kramer, Ralph Miller,
Maurice Rosender, Nathan
Rubenstein, Irving Siegel
and Oscar Tuttleman.
Each group of four
players will be teamed with
a guest celebrity. They in-
clude: Tommy Hearns, Jac
LeGoff, Rick Forzano, Jim
Brandstatter, Eli Zaret,
David Hill, Don Shane, "Big
Al" Wygant, Tom Skladany,
Terry Tyler, Ron Kramer
and Hynes.
Proceeds will benefit
Bnai Brith youth-serving
programs in Michigan.
There is a fee and advance
registration is required. For
details, call Bnai Brith
Executive Director Charles
M. Gordon, 552-8177.

Social Security
Subject for
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TIL 9 P.M.

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John R. Collings of the
UAW Social Security De-
partment will address'a
meeting of the American
Jewish Congress 8 p.m.
Monday at the main United
Hebrew Schools building.
Program chairman of
AJCongress is Albert S.
Levenson.
Collings, a researcher, is
a technical expert in the So-
cial Security Department of
the UAW,: He will discuss
the financial solvency of the
system, should benefits be ,
altered and if not why not,
and how to equitably pay for
the system. •
The meeting is open to the
public free of charge.

Seek Volunteers
for Cancer Fund

The American Cancer
Society has a new South-
field volunteer unit operat-
ing out of the ACS offices at
29500 Southfield, South-
field.
The Southfield unit is
currently seeking volun-
teers to help out at fund-
raising activities. To volun-
teer, call Carolyn Kazen at
the ACS offices, 557-5353.

ON THE BOARDWALK ,

Orchard Lake Road just South of 15 Mile

Proudly Introduces



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