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August 12, 1983 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-08-12

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44 Friday, August 12, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Hushed Highball

2 oz. J&B Scotch
Lemon wedge
Chilled ginger ale, soda or
water
Pour J&B over ice In an 8 oz.
highball glass. Stir. Squeeze in
lemon juice; drop peel in
glass. Stir. Add mixer, to your
taste; stir quickly.

Workmen's Circle Taking
Registration for Its Schools

Workmen's Circle is ac-
cepting applications for its
nursery school, which starts
Sept. 12 as well as its Sun-
day school which begins on
Sept. 11. Both are conducted

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REMEMBER, THE ONLY DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A
NEW DIAMOND AND A USED DIAMOND IS THE PRICE.

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FEDERAL COLLATERAL

at the Workmen's Circle
Center, 26341 Coolidge,
Oak Park. Esther Freeman
is director.
In the Sunday school, em-
phasis is placed on history,
traditions and Yiddish lan-
guage. The program is
enhanced by Jewish songs
and dances.
This is the only secular
school in the Detroit area
that teaches the Yiddish
language to children.
For information, call
Workmen's Circle, 545-
0985.

MORGENTHAU -
L'CHAYIM men's bowling

meeting 8 p.m. Wednesday
at the Maple House Restau-
rant, 10 Mile and Southfield
Rds., Southfield. Plans for
the coming season will be
discussed. There will be
games and prizes.
* * *

3 DAYS ONLY

Aug. 11th, 12th & 13th Only

at

Eleganza Boutique

Claymore Bldg., Suite 118
Franklin Rd., just north of 12 Mile
SOUTHFIELD 354-3393

M-T-W 10-6, Th 10-8, F-S 10-6

PISGAH CHAPTER

will meet noon Monday in

master Merge

* CONTEST *

0

Design a tribute card for the
Michigan Region of

S C H OO L OF EN GI N EER IN G • S CH OLAR SH IP •

WOMEN'S AMERICAN ORT

Entries will be accepted for:

1). CHAI TRIBUTE CARD - may be multi-color
2).GENERAL TRIBUTE CARD - maximum 2 colors
3).OR BOTH

All entries must fit any standard size envelope.

CONTEST WINNERS

will be inscribed in the Bramson Book at the Bramson ORT Technical Institute.
Institute.

... will have their names appear on the tribute card.

... will be honored at the membership luncheon in September.

All entries must be submitted by:

• SOC IAL ASSIS TANCE • CA PITAL FUNDS • VOCATIO NAL S KILLS

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...

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DOWNTOWN-FOX
CHAPTER will have a

For Personalized Service
Wardrobe CO-ordination
The Finest of Women's Fashion



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70%0FF ALL SUMMER FASHIONS

9b1-4 361 Mon -Fri 4-5 Sat 10-4

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dinner 7:30
p.m. Aug. 22 at Buddy's
Pizza, Farmington Hills.
Jack McCloskey, general
manager of the Detroit Pis-
tons, will speak at 9 p.m.
There is a charge for dinner.
Non-members are invited.
For reservations, call Ralph
Miller, 559-3200.
* * *

you can eat

20% OFF Fall Merchandise

Saul was the first Jewish
king and Zedekiah was the
last before the Babylonian
Exile.

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BRANDEIS SPORTS
LODGE will have an all-

league will have a general
meeting 7 p.m. Aug. 31 at
the Oak Park Community
Center. Men interested in
bowling at 8:15 p.m. Tues-
days at Yorba Linda Lanes
or at 6:45 p.m. Thursdays at
Strike and Spare Lanes
should call Norman
Schwartz, 569-7176; or
Marvin Litt, 398-4619.
Bowling will start on
Thursday Sept. 1 and Tues-
day Sept. 6.

SOCIETY, INC.

6

Bnai Brith ActivitieSn

September 1, 1983

TO: Women's American ORT
21540 W. 11 Mile Rd. • Southfield, MI 48076

Name, Address, Phone Number and Chapter (when
, applicable) must be on all entries.
• All ages are eligible to enter

NING • SCHOOL BUILDING • HEALTH • MAINTENANCE

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the Charter House Apts.
club room. Members are re-
quested to bring a gently
worn article of clothing for
the Bnai Brith Women's
Second Chance Shop. Mini

* *

Nathan Rubenstein to Chair
BB Foundation Kick Off

Nathan D. Rubenstein
has been named dinner
chairman of the Detroit
Bnai Brith Foundation
Committee, serving in this
capacity for the 1983-1984
Youth Service Appeal
Campaign. The kick-off
dinner will be held Aug. 31
at Adat Shalom Synagogue
and will honor the major
contributors to Bnai Brith's
youth serving agencies.
Serving with Rubenstein
are Milton M. Weinstein as
associate chairman, Louis
Weber, honorary chairman;
and Alex T. Ornstein, Bnai
Brith Metropolitan Detroit
Council fund-raising
chairman.
This year the Michigan
campaign goal has been set
at $250,000. The funds
raised go in support of the
Bnai Brith Hillel Founda-
tions on university cam-
puses and the Bnai Brith
Youth Organizations serv-
ing teenage pre-high school
and high school youth.

* * *

Alan Nathan Receives First
BBYO Milan Mitzva Award

The Michigan BBYO
Board has recently honored
Alan Nathan with the pre-
sentation of the first
Charles and Florence Milan
BBYO Board Mitzva Award
"in recognition of his out-
standing efforts on behalf of
the over 1,200 members of
Bnai Brith Youth Organ-
ization in Michigan
Region."
Nathan served on the
board this past year as
chairman of the Milan Con-
ference Centre Committee
and was responsible for ex-
pansion plans for the center.
Nathan has been a
member of the Michigan

luncheon will be served.
President Jeanne Feldstein
invites guests. For reserva-
tions, call Ann Klee, 967-
0276; or Sarah Levine,
569-4624.

BBYO board since 1974 and
served as chairman of the
board from 1979 to 1981.

The Charles and Flor-
ence Milan BBYO Board
Mitzva Award was estab-
lished this year to honor
Charles and Florence
Milan "for their ongoing
concern and commitment
to the Jewish education
and leadership training
of Bnai Brith youth."

The Milan Conference
Centere in Belle River,
Ont., has long provided
facilities for numerous
weekend retreats for AZA
and BBG chapters in Michi-
gan Region.

NATHAN RUBENSTEIN

The Hillel Foundations
are located on 350 college
campuses in North
America, Europe and Is-
rael, reaching more than
400,000 college students.

In Michigan, the Hillel
Foundations at Wayne
State University, the Uni-
versity of Michigan and
Michigan State University
have served Jewish stu-
dents for more than half a
century. Contributions
have led to the establish-
ment of Hillel counselor-
ships on the campuses of
Oakland University and
Western Michigan Univer-
sity in Kalamazoo, offering
a wide range of educational,
religious, cultural, social
action and counseling ac-
tivities to these college stu-
dents.

The Bnai Brith Youth
Organization (AZA and
BBG) reaches out to over
40,000 high school boys and
girls and is active in 1,400
communities in the United
States. In Israel, the Bnai
Brith Youth Group is called
Noar L'Noar — Youth to
Youth.
In late fall, as the cul-
minating event to the cam-
paign, the Bnai Brith Foun-
dation of the United States
will honor Roger B. Smith,
chairman of the board and
chief executive officer of
General Motors Corp. with
the Bnai Brith Interna-
tional Great American Tra-
ditions Award.

W. Michael Blument-
hal, chief executive offi-
cer of Burroughs Corp.;
Donald R. Mandich,
chaikman of the board of
Comerica; Alan E.
Schwartz, attorney and
community leader; and
A. Alfred Taubinan,
chairman of the Taub-
man Co., will serve as the

general chairmen for the
Nov. 22 dinner at the Wes-
tin Hotel.
For information, contact
the Bnai Brith Foundation
office, 552-8070.

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