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June 22, 1984 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-06-22

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66 Friday, June 22, 1984

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THE DETROIT. JEWISH NEWS

BNAI BRITH

JEWELRY
• APPRAISALS

AT VERY REASONABLE RATES
CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT

B'RITH
B'NAI
WOMEN'S COUNCIL OF
METROPOLITAN DE-
TROIT will have a dele-
gates meeting on Wednes-
day at 7:45 p.m. at the
1919
30400 Telegraph Road
LAWRENCE M. ALLAN Suites 104, 134
Zionist Cultural Center. A
President
Birmingham, Mi. 48010
sound slide film "The Light
GEMOLOGIST/DIAMONTOLOGIST (313) 642-5575
Seen Around the World,"
Daily U15:30
AWARDED CERTIFICATE BY GIA
will be shown. An old
Thurs. III 8:30, Sat. tIl 5
IN GRADING & EVALUATION
fashioned ice cream social
will follow the program.
••••o• • ID• 0 IP•II II II IP II ID IP 111 • • • • • •
Arlynne Fox, new man-
• ager of B'nai B'rith

• Women's Second Chance

• • One Stop



Shopping
• •


• • • New


• • • Remanufactured


Ralph Miller, chairman of
• • • Safety
• the B'nai B'rith Golf Classic
• II, said that there is still
• • • Convenience
• time to make reservations
• for the event, scheduled to
• • Buy
• take place at Wabeek Coun-

• try Club on Tuesday.
• • Lease-Purchase


Registration will begin at
• 10:30 a.m., followed by a
• • Best Price
• buffet luncheon_ Tee off


• time is 1 p.m.


A guest celebrity will
• play with each foursome.


• Among them are: Sonny El-



• liot, Mickey Lolich, Thomas

• Hearns, Willie Huber, Stu

• Klitenic, Eli Zaret, Wally

also now taking deposits for
• Kerchinski, Emanuel Ste-

• ward, Tommy Deaton, and
Cellular Phone Service

• Nick Polano.
Each golfer will play 18

holes of golf.

For information and

reservations, call Sharon R.
• Let's talk
• Rappaport, Michigan direc-

• tor, B'nai B'rith Founda-
• 569-2337
8.00 Pe•frier,
tion, 552-8070.
ID ID II ID ID II ID ID II II II IP•AO ID II

Golf classic
set Tuesday

41

CAR TELEPHONES

Free Demonstration

RAPT

• •


II II IA II IA II ID

Grand Opening

Watalac LUGGAGE

Now Open In Southfield



TIKVAH CHAPTER
will hold its annual paid-up
membership luncheon and
meeting on Tuesday at noon
in the Sutton Place Apts.
club house. Dorothy Stor-
chan, president, announces
that a campaign for new
members will be inaugu-
rated at this time. Dues may
be paid at the door. Guests
are welcome at a nominal
charge. The program will
feature Southfield librarian
Gail Johnson, who will pre-
sent several mini-reviews.
For information, call Pro-
gram Vice President Fre-
dell Whiteman, 356-1864.

B'RITH
B'NAI
BARRISTERS UNIT and
the American Section of the
International Association of
Jewish Lawyers and Jurists
will have a joint luncheon at
noon today at Southfield
Charley's.
The guest speaker will be
Prof. Sherman L. Cohn of
Georgetown Law Center,
Washington, D.C. Prof.
Cohn is president of the
American Section and will
speak on Israel, anti-
Semitism, Jewish law and
the activities of the Interna-

tional Association of Jewish
Lawyers and Jurists.
All interested individuals
are welcome. There is a
charge.
For reservations, call the
B'nai B'rith Barristers
President, Gordon S. Gold,
963-9625.

LOUIS D. BRANDEIS
CHAPTER will meet at
noon on Wednesday at the
Knob-in-the-Woods Apts.
club house. President Ruth
Fisher invites friends.
Luncheon will be served at a
nominal charge. Jeannie
Weiner, past president of
Tzedakah Chapter and vice
president of programming,
membership and fund rais-
ing for B'nai B'rith
Women's Council, will dis-
cuss her meetings with the
Soviet Jewish refuseniks.
For reservations, call Rose
Pogats, 967-4068; or Betty
Stewart, 557-3117.

ISRAEL CHAPTER
will have its next general



GRAND
OPENING
SPECIAL

Bond dinner
slated July 1

s32
Value

Just

$988

.Leather Briefcase

NOW $2995

reg. $49.95
Business Cases for Professionals from America's Finest Casemakers
.1.: C,,,,,,..
• Ventura • Samsonite

• Skyway • Verdi • Lark
-- ----T-A- sri;
,----1 - - .......„
-
• Schlesinger • Wearbest
• Amelia Earhart
• American Tourister
and a host of others
"Luggage to go . . . Anywhere"

-

Gold
Stamping

Resale Shop, is seeking vol-
unteer workers as well as
donations of clean resale-
able clothing and household
furnishings. To volunteer,
call Ms. Fox, 552-8150.
The council will have a
life membership luncheon
and fashion show noon July
25 at the Bay Pointe Coun-
try Club, 4001 Haggerty
Rd., West Bloomfield.
Ida Stein will chair the
luncheon. Her committee
includes Charlotte
Edelheit, Harriet Rapoport,
Marilyn Merdler and Linda
Moss.
Prospective members are
invited. For information,
call Ms. Stein, 661-1322; or
the B'nai B'rith Women's
office, 552-8150.

Wadillat

LUGGAGE

29181 Northwestern Hwy.

Just North of 12 Mile In Franklin Plaza
Phone: 352-1760

Luggage
Repair

Mon., Tues., Wed. 10-6, Thurs. & Fri. 10-9, SAL 10-5, Sun. 12-5

Adat Shalom Synagogue
will be the scene of the B'nai
B'rith Einstein Lodge and
Chapter tribute dinner
scheduled for 6 p.m. July 1.
Louis Kay of West Bloom-
field will receive the State of
Israel's "New Life" Award.
Entertainment will be pro-
vided by Joey Russell, hotel
and night club performer.
Dinner chairman is Sig-
munt Rubin. Dinner co-
chairman are Henry
Dorfman and Sima Yarsike.
Sigmunt Rubin and Lola
Pines are in charge of tic-
kets. Jack Seiderman is
loidge president and Her-
mine Hirsch is chapter
president.
For dinner reservations
and information, call Israel
Bonds, 557-2900. _

meeting at 8 p'.m. Tuesday
in the lower meeting room
in the McDonnell Towers,
24400 Civic Center Dr.,
Southfield.
Jeannie Weiner will pre-
sent a slide presentation
and discussion her recent
trip to Russia entitled,
"Personal Encounter With
Refuseniks in the USSR."
Refreshments will be
served following the pro-
gram.


HUNTINGTON WOODS
CHAPTER will hold a gar-
age sale from 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. today at the home of
Ellie Natinsky, 26427
Humber, Huntington
Woods. Included among the
items will be baby and chil-
dren's clothes. No pre-sales
will be made. Members and
guests will have a picnic on
the lawn at Meadow Brook
on Aug. 11. Call Helene
Phillips-Goldenberg, 541-
2972; or Diana Katz, 967-
0548, for information and
reservations.

Prof. Harold Norris to speak
at AJCongress annual event

Harold Norris, professor
of law at the Detroit College
of Law, will address the an-
nual Rose Frenkel Memo-
rial meeting of the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress at 8:30
p.m. Wednesday at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek. A reception
with refreshments will be
held at 7:30 p.m. in the Rose

of 1961 and served as vice
chairman of the Declaration
of Rights Committee.
The meeting is sponsored
by the Rose- Frenkel Memo-
rial Fund of Americn
Jewish Congress which was
established by Mrs. Fren-
kel's daughter, Sheila
Ellmann, in tribute to her
late mother.
The public is invited and
reservations are requested.
Call the AJCongress office,
357-2766, or Rose Schwartz,
398-8966, for reservations.
There is no charge.

Ex-Detroiter
named for honor

Former Detroiter Carol
Rissman of Boston, Mass.,
has been appointed to the
Frenkel Courtyard Garden 47th class of Nieman Fel-
lows at Harvard University.
at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Miss Rissman, the news
The topic is "Is American
Jewry Threatened by Chal- director of radio station
lenges to Religious Free- WBUR-FM in Boston, is one
of 17 journalists who will
dom."
Norris, who has long been study for one year at Har-
active in the Michigan vard in areas such as jour-
Region of the American nalism ethics, law, U.S.
Jewish Congress as well as politics and economic his-
the Jewish Community tory, U.S.-Soviet relations
Council of Detroit, has writ- and foreign policy.
ten extensively on civil
rights and civil liberties.
He teaches• constitutional
and criminal law, served on Medical grads
Governors' Commissions on
Jeffrey Colin Ash and
the Status of Women and
Crime. He also served as David Michael Grossman
counsel to the Committee on were graduated with dis-
the Michigan Constitution tinction from the Univer-
of the Michigan House of sity of Michigan during
Representatives, and con- commencement exercises
sultant to, the Judiciary this month.
Dr. Ash is the son of Allan
Committee of the U.S.
A. Ash of Huntington
House of Representatives.
Norris was an elected Woods. Dr. Grossman is the
delegate to the Michigan son of Mr. and 'Mrs. Joseph
Constitutional Conventin Grossman of Southfield.

Harold Norris

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