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November 18, 1983 - Image 69

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-11-18

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THE :DETROIT JEWISH :NEWS!_ _ . .Friday4lloteinbet 18,.1983 ._.

Bnai Brith Activities

REY-UT UNIT still has
tickets available for its art
exhibit and auction slated
to take place 9 p.m. Satur-
day at the Gallery Art Cen-
ter, Lathrup Village. The
wine and cheese preview
will begin at 8. There is a
nominal charge. For details,
call Annette Bergasse,
967-1109.

The Hanuka Gift Shop will
be open. President Dorothy
Fishman invites guests.
There is a nominal charge
for the luncheon.

* * *

OAKLAND CENTURY
LODGE will have its fourth
annual Hanuka party 7
p.m. Dec. 3 at the Oak Park
Community Center. Dairy
* * *
dinner will be served at 7:30
TIKVAH CHAPTER p.m. Johnny C and his or-
will meet noon Tuesday in chestra will provide music
the Sutton Place Apts. club for dancing. There will be
house. In celebration of prizes. Paid reservation
Jewish Book Month, Evelyn deadline is Nov. 28. No tele-
Paxton will review "Tem- phone reservations will be
ple" by Robert Greenfield. taken. Relatives, friends
and prospective members
* * *
are invited. Reservations
are limited to the first 100
Women Offer
For information,
Human Relations couples.
call Sam Braverman, 358-
3636; or Jerry Friedman,
Program Idea
Bnai Brith Women's 545-2888 or 626-2903.
organization is offering its
"Dolls for Democracy" pro-
gram to groups and schools.
The purpose of the pro-
gram is to promote better
understanding between
people of all races, religions
and cultures.
For details, call Judy
Poger, 261-8443; or Lor-
raine Cooper, 559-4578.

MAURICE C. ZIEGER
CHAPTER will have a
book sale Sunday through
Wednesday inside the
Harvard Row Mall, next to
Farmer Jack, during mall
hours.
*- * *
ACCOUNTANTS UNIT
will have an election meet-
ing 9:30 a:m. Sunday in the
Dubin Meeting Room of the
Bnai Brith building. Joel F.
Garfield will speak on "Cur-
rent Issues in the Life and
Health Insurance Business
and the Tax Ramifications
of TEFRA Concerning Pen-
sion Plans." The program
will qualify for two CPE
credit hours. Guests are
welcome. Admission is free.
For information, call Iry
Yellin, 353-6966; or Larry
Hyman, 352-8040. Light re-
freshments will be served.

***
Tribute to Mrs. Hamburger
)
at BBWomen s Luncheon

The unit will have a
hands-on introduction to
microcomputers 8:30 a.m.
Monday at the Computer
Horizons Training Center,
37279 Six Mile, Livonia, in

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Miriam Hamburger, second from left, receives a
plaque from Eadie Albion "for her outstanding ac-
complishments in our local community and for her
efforts on behalf of the state of Israel." Mrs. Ham-
burger received the award at the Bnai Brith Women's
Council Special Gifts luncheon at which more than
$65,000 was raised for the Anti-Defamation League
and the Bnai Brith youth serving agencies. Pianist
David Syme presented a surprise musical tribute to
the honoree. Pictured with Mrs. Hamburger are, from
left: Bobbie Levine, Council president; Mrs. Ham-
burger; Mrs. Albion, special gifts chairman; and
Linda Moss, luncheon chairman.

1/4 WSU Garden
Dedicated to
guy c:AL2 aTELT
Late Bluestone

SELECTED JEWELRY

WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIR

26001 Coolidge Hwy.

Oak Park, MI

9:30-5:30
Closed Sat.

545-5114 t

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NORTH OFFICE 6177 Orchard Lake Road
855.6613
West Bloomfield, Michigan
SOUTH OFFICE 26635 Woodward Avenue
546-0200
Huntington Woods, Michigan

who join the unit before Dec.
31 will have their $10 fee
credited toward dues. The
session is limited to 30 per-
sons. For reservations, call
Jim Grey, 557-8883.

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the Newburgh Plaza. The
program will qualify for
three hours of CPE credit.
Admission is free to paid
members, there is a charge
for non-members. Persons

Wayne State University
dedicated Sydney Bluestone„
Sculpture Garden Nov. 6 at
its College of Pharmacy and
Allied Health Professions at
1400 Chrysler Freeway.
The late Mr. Bluestone
was a 1952 graduate of De-
troit Institute of Technolo-
gy's College of Pharmacy
which was incorporated into
WSU's pharmacy program
in 1957.
He founded the Sentry
Drug chain and was the
first president of the Is-
rael Numismatics
Society.
The garden includes
trees, shrubs and benches,
and a triangular stainless
steel sculpture fountain.

Bnai Brith's record of
wartime service to the
United States goes back to
the Civil War when it suc-
cessfully campaigned for
the assignment of the first
Jewish chaplain, Rabbi Ar-
nold Fischl of New York, a
Bnai Brith member.

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