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September 11, 1987 - Image 56

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-09-11

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Ceresnie & Offen Furs Presents Their

'tenth Annual
Under the Unt
in the Parking Lot Sale
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Detroit Hosts
Bowling Event

The Metropolitan Detroit
B'nai B'rith Bowling Associa-
tion will host the March 27-28
1988 International B'nai
B'rith Bowling Association
Tournament. The Michigan
Inn has been selected as the
headquarters hotel for this
event which will bring 1,000
bowlers to Detroit.
Joe Silver of Morgenthau-
L'Chayim was installed as the
1987-1988 president of the
bowling association. Other of-
ficers are: Eugene Perlman,
Julius Schlussel, Seymour
Zate and Paul Rafales, vice
presidents; Mark B. Sperling,
executive secretary; and
Israel Liebowitz, treasurer.
Trustees are Mike
Berkowitz, Gerald Broida, Ir-
ving B. Davis, David Diskin,
Robert Franklin, Ted Frazis,
Jerome Gilbert, Charles
Goldstein, Jon Isenberg,
Barry Kaplan, Steve Mann,
Leo Naiditch, Sanford Plisko,
Herbert Scherr and Larry
Schlussel. Sperling was also
named tournament director
for the 1988 International
Tournament Committee.
The international will also
host in Las Vegas a sectional
tournament March 5-6. The
Dunes will be the host hotel
with Showboat Lanes as the
primary bowling center. En-
try forms will be available in
mid-September for tour-
naments. Bowlers must
register to bowl in the Detroit
Section (locals only) in order
to be eligible to bowl in the
Las Vegas Section.

Lodge Plans
Talent Show

Thursday, Friday & Saturday Only

September 10, 11 & 12
Regular
Sale

A Partial List of our
Exceptional Values:

Embossed Leather Jackets,
Zip-Out Opossum Lining
Natural Raccoon
Sections Coats

$ 1699

Blue Fox Coats,
Brightener Added

$ 1999

$

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Natural Tanuki
Jackets
Ranch Mink Sections Coats.
Dye-Added

$

799

1999

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"350
'699
'899
'899

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Regular

Natural Coyote
Jackets
Natural Beaver
Coats
Ranch Mink Coats,
Dye-Added

Sale

3500 '1499
$4000 '1799
$ 5200 '2499
Silver Raccoon Coats.
$ 5200 '2499
Brightener Added
Female Mink Coats, In Natural
Mahogany or Dye Added Ranch .. 7800 '3699

$

All furs labeled to show country or origin.

While quantities last.

181 S. Woodward Ave., 1 Blk.

South of Maple. Next to the
Birmingham Theatre
642-1690

Fine Furs for Sophisticated Ladies

56

FRIDAY, SEPT, 11, 1987

Special Sale Hours:

9:30.9:00 All 3 Nights
September 10, 11 & 12
All Major Credit Cards Accepted

& Gentlemen of Distinction

Oakland Century Lodge
recently sent out invitations
to members to participate in
a Fall Harvest Festival of
Talent. The production is
slated for early fall and will
be held at the Southfield
Civic Center. Rehearsals are
scheduled for Wednesday.
Oakland Century member-
actors, singers, and musicians
will be directed by Seymour
Schwartz, producer.
One of the highlights of the
evening will be a skit, "Lear-
ning Yiddish the Old
Fashioned Way?'
Those who will appear and
assist in the production in-
clude: Helen and Sam Braver-
man, Sophie Ceresnie, Frita
and Jack Drapkin, Anne and
Jerome G. Friedman, Milton
Jacobson, Elaine Kohner,
Eilene and Sol Kozloff,
Rosalyn and Seymour Kraus,
Ruth Miller, Emelie Rogow,
Iry Rollinger, Hattie
Schwartz, Donald R. Simon,

Anne and Ted Talon and Ben
Kosins.
Guests are invited. For in-
formation, call Schwartz
356-8563; or Friedman,
545-2888 or 626-2903.

Chapter Plans
Fashion Show

Morganthau
Henry
Chapter will hold a luncheon
meeting at noon on Wednes-
day at the main United
Hebrew Schools building,
21550 W 12 Mile, Southfield.
President Hattie Schwartz
and Programing Vice Pres-
idents Helen Braverman and
Dorothy Tendler announce a
fashion show will highlight
the afternoon. Members of
the chapter will be models.
Hostesses for the day are
Elaine Frazis and Betty
Eidelman. There is a nominal
charge for members and
guests. Reservations are a
must. For reservations, call
Corrine Joseff, 968-5726;
Rose Kaluzny, 548-5870;
Lillian Reiss, 353-1997.

Drive Begins
Monday Night

The B'nai B'rith Campaign
Kick-Off Dinner will be held
Monday at 6 p.m. at Adat
Shalom Synagogue.
Kenneth M. Bertin and
David A. Jaffa are the
general chairmen. The pro-
gram portion of the evening
will feature Arthur M. Hor-
witz, associate publisher of
The Jewish News, as the
keynote speaker. Following
these remarks there will be
an award presentation by
David Levine and Arthur
Schott to the patrons and
trustees of youth of the B'nai
B'rith Foundation.
Reservations may be made
by calling the B'nai B'rith
Foundation office, 552-8070.

Real Estate
Unit to Meet

Real Estate and Construc-
tion Unit will meet on Thurs-
day at 8 p.m. at the 5000
Town Center meeting room.
Dessert and coffee will be
served at 7 p.m. The guest
speaker will be David S.
Greene, vice president of
Schostak Bros. and Co.
Guests are welcome.
The annual Six-Hour Real
Estate Continuing Education
class will be held Oct. 18 at
5000 Town Center. The class
is open to the public. To
register, call Cindy
Greenspan, 557-2200 daily or
548-1851.

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