Friday, October 12, 1984
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BARRISTERS UNIT, AC-
HEALTH CARE UNIT and the
Adat Shalom Men's Club will co-
sponsor a debate/discussion be-
tween incumbent Oakland
County Executive Daniel Murphy
and Johannes Spreen, his Demo-
cratic challenger and current
Oakland County sheriff on Oct. 21
at Adat Shalom Synagogue.
The debate/discussion is
scheduled to begin at 9:30 a.m.
Moderators for the debate will be
Tom Walsh of the Detroit Free
Press, Tim Richard of the Ob-
server and Eccentric newspaper
and Randy McIntosh of the Oak-
Brunch will be served. There is
a fee. For information or to re- 1
serve a table, contact Gordon S.
Gold, president of the B'nai B'ritla
Cocktail reception prelude to BBW
special gifts fund-raising luncheon
The B'nai B'rith Women's
Council of Metropolitan Detroit
will hold a cocktail reception at
7:30 p.m. Oct. 23 in the home of
Mrs. Bart Berman, 310 Cran-
brook Rd., Bloomfield Hills. This
reception precedes the special
gifts luncheon of the B'nai B'rith
Women's Youth and Services Ap-
At the reception, guests will
meet Linda Bloch, who will be
honored by B'nai B'rith Women at
the Nov. 13 luncheon at Cong.
Accountants Unit to hold seminar
Accountants Unit will have its
third annual all-day seminar Oct.
15 at Adat Shalom Synagogue,
beginning at 8 a.m. The program
will qualify for eight hours of con-
tinuing professional education
The "Tax Reform Act of 1984"
will be presented by Stuart M.
Bordman, Bruce W. Haffey, Ed-
ward L. Haroutunian, Robert D.
Kaplow and Charles M. Lax.
"Personal Financial Statements"
will be presented by Kenneth I.
Shevin, and "C.P.A. Liability"
will be discussed by Kenneth E.
Konop. The luncheon guest
speaker will be Bruce Kirk,
Channel 2 reporter and anchor-
There is a fee, and guests are
invited. The extra charge for
non-members is applicable to
Luncheon will be served.
Reservation deadline is Oct. 20.
For details, call President Iry Yel-
lin, 353-6966; or Program Vice
President Charles Kaye, 540-
songs of Broadway
A city-wide musical program,
sponsored by B'nai B'rith Women
and entitled, "An Evening On
Broadway," will be held on Tues-
day at Temple Beth El at 8 p.m.
The featured artists will be
Cantor Harold Orbach of Temple
Israel, Mark Vondrak and Maria
President Esther Applebaum
said that the women will offer free
round-trip bus transportation to
the show as a community service
for senior citizens residing in the
Charter House, Knob-in-the-
Woods Apts., Highland Towers,
McDonnell Towers, Federation
Apts. and Lincoln Towers.
Tickets may be purchased at
the door. For ticket information,
call the BBW Council office, 552-
/3450,' between 11 :atm. and -3 p.m,.
Resulting from the successes of
previous seminars the unit has es-
tablished a loan service for qual-
ifying accounting students at
nearby universities. For informa-
tion about the loans, adminis-
tered through the Jewish Educa-
tional Loan Service, call Edwina
Davis at the J.E.L.S., 967-0500; or
Jim Grey, 557-8883.
There is a charge and funds
raised at the reception will help to
sustain the youth serving agen-
cies of B'nai B'rith Women, which,
include the B'nai B'rith Youth
Organization, the Hillel founda-
tions on college campuses and the'
B'nai B'rith Women's Childrerfs
Home in Israel.
Council President Esther
Applebaum has appointed Char-
lotte Edelheit and Betty Eidel-i
man chairmen of the reception
Eadie Albion is overall special
For information, call the B'nal.
B'rith Women's Council Office,
552-8150; or Mrs. Edelheit, 557-
7408. Only persons who have
made advance reservations will
be admitted to the reception.
Home for Aged Auxiliary is cited
The Auxiliary of the Jewish
Home for the Aged was named the
group Volunteer of the Year by
the Michigan Non-Profit Homes
Michigan Non-Profit Homes
Association represents more than
95 religious, fraternal and
community-based agencies which
provide nursing home, residen-
tial, independent living housing
and related services to more than
16,000 elderly across the state.
The auxiliary was cited for "the
creation, funding, support and
success of the nation's only vaca-
tion program for nursing home
residents." Twice each year since
1977, the auxiliary has provided a
vacation experience for long-term
care residents, some with im-
pairments so severe that they
cannot participate in other out-
The auxiliary partially funds
each trip, sends some residents on
confidential scholarships, and
bus tour planned
The Jewish Parents Institute
will offer a bus tour of Jewish De-
troit at 1 p.m. Oct. 21, beginning
at the Jimmy Prelitis Morris
Branch of the Jewish Community
Center. There is a charge and a
light snack will be included.
For information, call the JPI,
661-1090. ext. 19 Monday-
encourages the recruitment a• -•
training of volunteers.
Meanwhile, Stephen Roizem,
associate director of the Jewish
Home for the Aged — Borman
Hall, has been elected to a three-
year term as a member of tilt
board of directors of the MNPHA.
used book sale
The Friends of the Southfield
Public Library will hold a used
book sale Tuesday and Wednes-
day, 9:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Tb
book sale will be held in the
Southfield Civic Center Paviliwi,
adjacent to the library.
Tax deductable book donations
are accepted during regular li-
brary hours. For information, call
the library, 354-9100.
The Southfield Public Librar:;
children's room will show Adven-
tures of J. Thadius Toad,
Urashima Taro, and Olympic
Champ, Wednesday at 7 p.m. in
the Marcotte Room.
to meet in October
The Scoliosis Association of
Michigan will meet in the Fisher
Center Auditorium, Providence
Medical Building, 22250 Provi-
dence Dr. on Thursday at 7:3k
p.m. The topic will be "Scoliosis:
Exercise and, , Good BocW