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January 23, 1987 - Image 78

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-01-23

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BNAI BRITH

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B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN'S
COUNCIL OF MET-
ROPOLITAN DETROIT

will have an all-delegates
meeting on Sunday at 11 a.m.
at the Zionist Cultural Center.
Brunch will be served. For
reservations, contact Lucille
Gersten 353-9209; or the
Council office, 552-8150.
The women will join the
B'nai B'rith Girls for a lunch-
eon on Feb. 1 at 12:30 p.m. at
the Southfield Civic Center.
Deanne Ginns Gruenberg, di-
rector of community education
for Womencare, will speak on
"Changing Moral Codes."
There is a fee. For reserva-
tions, call Serena Paul, 352-
4727.

B'NAI B'RITH MET-
ROPOLITAN DETROIT
COUNCIL will honor Charles

Growe, retention chairman
and council vice president, at
the business and delegates
meeting at 7:30 p.m. Wednes-
day at the B'nai B'rith Build-
ing. Growe will receive the
B'nai B'rith National Reten-
tion Award.

ACCOUNTANTS UNIT will

You are cordially invited to the wedding event of the year on
February 13 — The Jewish News' elegant and informative Bri-
dal issue.

Our brides-to-be and their families will welcome with open
arms your advertising presence — for exquisite fashions, roman-
tic honeymoon destinations, catering services, floral ar-
rangements, entertainment, invitations, photography and so
much more.

And you'll be in great company.

This colorful, easy-to-keep and hard-to-put-down issue will be
the largest and most successful in the metropolitan Detroit
area. It will be referred to again and again as bride and groom
get closer to that special day.

So RSVP by January 26 through your Jewish News account
executive or call 354-6060.
an affair you won't want to miss!

ISSUE DATE: FEBRUARY 13
AD DEADLINE: JANUARY 26

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Friday, January 23, 1987

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

meet Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at
Adat Shalom Synagogue for
cocktails, dinner, installation
of 1987 officers and continuing
professional education.
The 1987 officers to be in-
stalled are President, Ralph
Woronoff; Vice Presidents,
Louis Elkus, Jay Gerber and
Gary Leeman; Secretaries,
Cynthia Posen and Lawrence
Russman, Treasurer, Ronald
Miller; and Trustees, Alan Ab-
rahams, Lynn Aleman, Robert
Bachman, Jay Brody, Mark
Carney, Stacey Crane, Fred-
erick Endelman, Paula Hy-
man, Leonard Mason, Leonard
Nagel, Howard Schulist and
Morris Smith.
The guest speaker will be
Sue Robach, director of com-
munications for the
M.A.C7P.A., speaking on
"Maximizing Your Potential."
The program will qualify for
one credit hoilr of C.P.E.
For reserv. tiors or informa-
tion, call Larry Iyman, 352-
8040; or Jim Grey, 540-1440.

REAL ESTATE AND CON-
STRUCTION UNIT in coop-

eration with Albert Kahn
Associates, will sponsor a sym-
posium commemorating the
life and work of the
internationally-recognized ar-
chitect, Albert Kahn, at 2 p.m.
Feb. 1 at the Engineering
Society of Detroit, 100
Farnsworth, Detroit. Featured
speakers will be Grant Hildeb-
rand, author of The Architec-
ture of Albert Kahn: R.E.
Dailey, chairman emeritus of
R.E. Dailey Construction Co.;
Stuart J. Fine, AIA, Albert
Kahn Associates; and William
M. Kahn, PE, Albert Kahn
Associates (retired). An ex-
hibit and reception will follow.
The public is invited. For in-
formation, call Earl Sherman
Associates, 851-0003.

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TIKVAH CHAPTER will

meet at noon Jan. 27 at the
Sutton Place Apts. club house.
Program Chairmen, Goldie
Kramer and Fredell White-
man, will present guest
speaker Sheila Lampert of the
American Israel Public Affairs
Committee (AIPAC), who will
speak on "Missing Pieces to the
Middle-East Puzzle."
President Dorothy Storchan
invites prospective members
and guests. There is a nominal
charge for luncheon. For in-
formation, call Membership
vice president Hilda Raphael,
557-6517.

Women To Start
Singing Group

B'nai B'rith Women is start-
ing a special interest group to
study Yiddish and Hebrew
songs with folk singer/
guitarist Judy Goldstein.
The first meeting will be on
Thursday at 7:45 p.m. in the
Southfield home of Emily
Rogow. Reservations are a
must. There is a charge.
For information, contact
Mrs. Rogow, 352-5557; or
Cookie Greenberg at the Coun-
cil Office, 552-8150.

Secular, Humanist
Jews To Gather

The Michigan Coalition of
Secular and Humanistic Jews <
will have its annual Coalition
Day Jan. 31 at the Birming-
ham Temple.
Beginning at 9 a.m., the pro-
gram will feature a talk by
Philippa Strum, president,
American-Israeli Civil Liber-
ties Coalition; faculty, Insti-
tute for Secular Humanistic
Judaism and professor at City
University of New York; and
Edwin Shifrin, recipient of the
1986 MCSHJ Leadership
Award and a member of
Workmen's Circle and Sholem
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Aleichem Institute.
The day also will feature a
film, West of Hester Street —
Jews in the American South-
west; and the presentation of
the 1987 Coalition Leadership
Awards to Prof. Harold Norris
and Irving Panush.
Admission fee includes
luncheon. For information, call
the Birmingham Temple,
477-1410.

Candy Sale On

Detroit Area Council Camp
Fire girls and boys will sell
candy throughout the Metro-
Detroit area beginning today
until March 9 during their an.
nual candy sale.
The sale is the largest of the
Detroit council's fund raisers
and it is conducted to supple-
ment the allocation received
from the United Foundation.

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