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March 23, 1984 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-03-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Bnai Brith
Activities

AMWAY PRODUCTS

Continued from Page 46

661-9065

'Kaplan, secretaries; Ann
Gallison, Margaret Gut-
ihan, Roslyn Kauffman,
Jolie Levine, Nettie Rosen,
‘Rachel Rosenkranz, Gussie
Schrut, Jeanette Schwartz
and Kathryne Yaffe, board
members. For information,
2 call Ms. Lipman, 546-8945.

* * *

REAL ESTATE AND
CONSTRUCTION
LODGE will have a general
meeting 8 p.m. Thursday in
the Summit Apts. club
house, announces President
Joseph Shafir. Guest speak-
ers will be James D. Note-
ware, national director, real
estate advisory services,
Laventhol and Horwath,
and Jack I. Zwick, CPA,
managing partner of
Laventhol and Horwath.
Their topic will be "Tax
, Angles in Real Estate and
Construction." Guests are
invited free of charge. For
reservations, call Maury
Katzman, 354-0910 or
'646-0199; or Maynard Me-
tier, 855-1874.

* * *

MORGENTHAU
CHAPTER will have its
annual installation dinner
6:30 p m. April 2 at Pun-
chinerlo's, Birmingham.
Officers to be installed are:
Norma Gorosh, president;
Hattie Schwartz, Rosalie
Warheit and Helen
Braverman,
vice
presidents; Lil Solomon,
treasurer; Edith Katz, Mary
Blitz, secretaries. Board
members are: Betty Barsky,
Beverly Eisenberg, Elaine
Frazis, Corrine Joseff,
'elga Kay, Dorothy Kass,
Rosalie Lipson, Marilyn
arkel, Pauline Markman,
Anna Mickel, Lil Meyers,
Jeanette Pomish, Harriet
Roth, Gloria Sellers, Sylvia
Stoller and Del Weinberg.
Charlotte Edelheit is the in-
stalling officer. There is a
charte. For information,
call Friedel Davis, -installa-
tion chairman, 354-0592; or
Mrs. Schwartz, 356-8563.

Tickets available
for UHS program

- Tickets are still available
for a performance by "Voice
of the Turtle" to be pre-
sented at 8 p.m. April 3 at
Temple Beth El.
The ensemble will per-
form "A Coat of Many
Colors."
The program is sponsored
by the cultural council of
the United Hebrew Schools
in cooperation with the
UHS Woman's Auxiliary
rid Temple Beth El.
Free tickets are available
y calling Adat Shalom
Synagogue, 851-5100; UHS,
354-1050; or Temple Beth
El, 851-1100.

Race winner

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Sando
Giorgio of Romania won the
% 42.1 kilometer main event
in the fourth annual Tel
'Aviv Marathon, a Purim
I contest sponsored by the
Hapoel Sports Club here.
Giorgio's time was 2:27:06.

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Friday, March 23, 1984

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