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February 21, 1986 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-02-21

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24' Friday, February 21, 1986

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

BNAI BRITH

POLY RESINS

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and Robert Settler (38th); Re-
ACCOUNTANTS UNIT will corder's Court of the City of De-
ai
y
at
the
B'n
meet at 9 a.m. Sunda
troit, Judges Terrance K. Boyle,
B'rith building i n the Du bi n Dominick R. Carnovale and Pre-
Room. Breakfast will be followed
Edwards.
by a guest speaker. "What to Do ntis
Cost is free to members. Non-
with I.R.A., Keogh, Idle Money members are invited at a charge.
and the Uniform Gift to Minors
For information, contact Frank
Act" will be the topic presented by Mamat, president, 258-8700.
Paul Aubrey of Merrill Lynch.
The program qualifies for two
hours of C.P.E. credits. There is a
nominal charge for non-members.
For information, call Gary
Leeman, 352-0400; or Elliott Women Sponsor
March Concert
Ring, 352-6300.
B'nai B'rith Women's Council
TIKVAH CHAPTER will meet
on Tuesday at noon in the Sutton will sponsor a concert on March 17
Place club house. Program at 8 p.m. at Cong. Beth Abraham
Chairman Fredell Whiteman will Hillel Moses.
The concert features Jewish
present Sgt. Greg Durbin of the
Southfield Police Crime Preven- composers and themes played by
tion Bureau who will speak and Misha Rachlevsky, artistic direc-
show slides on "Self-Protection tor of the Renaissance City
and Crime Prevention Tech- Chamber Players.
Rachlevsky was born and
niques." Friends and prospective
members are welcome. There is a raised in Moscow where he
nominal charge for luncheon. started playing the violin at age 5.
Nominating Chairman Dorothy By the time he was 19,
Fishman will review the slate for Rachlevsky was a member of the
1986-1987. For information, call Moscow Instutute of Music. While
Hilda Raphael, 557-6517, mem- a student at the Moscow Institute
of Music he became the youngest
bership vice president.
member of the Moscow Chamber
REAL ESTATE AND CON- Orchestra.
He left Russia in 1973 and three
STRUCTION UNIT will hold its
first required, six-hour Michigan years, rtind many countries later,
Association of Realtors-approved, settled/in Detroit. He was named
continuing education class for "Michiganian of the Year" in 1981
1986 on March 16, beginning at 9 by the Detroit News. •
a.m. at the club room of 5000
He is the founder of Renais-
Town Center. There is a fee, and sane City Chamber Players, one
non-members are invited. Regis- of'only two full-time chamber
tration deadline is March 3. For Osembles in the United States.
information, call Cindy / Tickets can be purchased at the
/B'nai B'rith Women's office. For
Greenspan, 557-2200.
/ ticket information and free bus in-
ISRAEL CHAPTER will have a formation, call BBWomen, 552-
luncheon at noon Wednesday / 8150.
(correct date) at the M.C.L.,/
Cafeteria. Financial planner An
nold Michlin will speak on in
vestments and current J ew i h
events. For information, call Mar- Author-Prof
cella Roth Mason, 356-6378 or Lee Recalls Rescue
Robins, 535-6295. (The date ap-
Nechama. Tec; professor of
pearing in last week's Jewish
sociology at the University of
News was incorrect.)
Conneticut, will speak on "Chris-
tian Rescue of Jews in Poland" at
7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the main
Jewish Community Center.
Barristers !Unit
During World War II, Ms. Tec
Honors J)uilges
was sheltered by Christian Poles.
of two books: Dry
The B'nai B'rith Barristers will She is the author
Story of a Lost Child-
hold their annual judicial recog- Tears: The When
Light Pierced the
hood and
nitioa/dinner honoring recently Darkness:
Christian Rescue of
elepted or appointed judges on Jews in Nazi-Occupied
Poland.
Tuesday at Adat Shalom
For
information,
call
the cul-
Synagogue.
Cocktails (including an open tural arts department, 661400,
bar) will begin at 5:30 p.m. with ext. 250.
dinner being served at 6:30 p.m.
Guest speaker will be newspaper
columnist, George Cantor.
The following judges will be Somerset Mall
honored at this dinner: United Slte of Lectures
States Court of Appeals Sixth Cir-
The Center for New Thinking
cuit, Judges Ralph Guy and
James Ryan; United States will host a lecture on "The Old and
Magistrates Judges Marcia Cook the Young --- Coping with Dif-
and Virginia Morgan; Michigan ference" at 2:30 p.m. Sunday in
Supreme Court, Judge Dennis W. the Somerset Mall auditorium.
Archer; Oakland County Circuit Rabbi Sherwin Wine, director,
Court, Judge Norman L. Lippitt; will speak. There is a fee.
"Rethinking Evolution" will be
Wayne County Circuit Court,
Judges Cynthia D. Stephens and the subject of a talk by' Rabbi
James Hathaway; Macomb Wine at 10 a.m. Thursday at the
County Circuit Court, Judge John mall. There is a charge.
For information, call the Center
Bruff; Judicial Distict. Courts,
Judges Carolyn Archbold (29th) for New Thinking, 546-8928.

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