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December 12, 1975 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-12-12

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14 December 12, 1975

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

U.S.-Arab Bank
Gets N.Y. OK

The deal you want
is the deal we'll make.

We'll make a deal with you ... for you. If you're in the market
for a new Buick, Opel or Honda, or even a new motor home
TAMAROFF BUICK OPEL will save you time and money today
. . , when every dollar counts.
The deal you want . . . is the deal we'll make.

TaMaROFF BUICK-OPEL,

28585 Telegraph Road
Southfield, Michigan 48075
Telephone (313) 353-1300

inc.

Flint Area News

. NEW YORK (JTA) -- The
State Banking Board has
Tickets Available for Culture Series
approved the organization
of the UBAF Arab-Ameri-
Tickets are still available
Cultural committee in-
can Bank, owned jointly by for the Flint Jewish Com- cludes Emily Bank, Brian
multi-national Arab inter- munity Council's cultural Beck, Sharon Beck, Carol
ests and four American series; "Cultural Caravan Benison, Richard Benison,
companies.
1976," announces Ellen Dorothy Failer, Rabbi Ju-
The bank's board of direc- Wolin, chairman, and Mu- dah Fish, Dora Gold, Sam
tors will comprise 11 Arabs riel Gotlib, co-chairman of Gotlib, Mildred Gutterman,
and 11 Americans. The the cultural committee.
Robert Gutterman, Sue Hi-
State Banking Department
Programs include "The melhoch, Mina Marder,
required the bank's incor- Golden Door," Jan. 18; "An Zena Moss, Carol Olds, Car-
porators to sign a pledge Evening With Dr. Irving oline Panzer, Michael Pe-
that the bank will operate in
, a completely nondiscrimina- Greenberg," March 28; and lavin, Natalie Pelavin, Sonia
"The Columbus Boychoir," Schafer, Rosabeth. Schu-
tory manner.
May 16.
pack,. Rabbi Gerald Schus-
The four U.S. companies,
Committee chairmen for ter, Eli Shapiro, Esther
each with a five percent eq- the series are Eleanor Win- Shapiro, Gayle Silverman,
uity in the new bank are: ston and Shirley Winston, Robert Silverman, Ile
Bankers Trust, N.Y., .First tickets; Barbara Schafer Wiseman and Irving' WiAll
Chicago Corp., Security Pa- and Manya Weinstein, re- man.
cific Corp. and Texas Com- freshments; and Carol Hur-
merce Bankshares.
and, publicity.
COMMUNITY

CALENDAR I

Sunday — FJCC new-
comers party, 7:30 p.m.,
home of Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
ert Silverman, 6220 Sierra
Pass.
Monday — UJA Cam-
paign Cabinet meeting, 8
p.m.
Tuesday — FJCC Jewish
Family Service Committee,
noon, Council office; Joint
Youth Activities Commit-
tee, 8 p.m.; Keren Or Board
Meeting, 8 p.m.; and Bnai
Brith Lodge board meeting,
8 p.m., home of Saul Mar-
key, 1200 River Valley.
Wednesday — FJCC Ad-
ult Education Class, Session
4, 8 p.m., Temple Beth El.
Thursday — FJCC. Board
of Governors meeting, 8
p.m.

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Faermarks Due
to Come to Flint

The board of governors of
the. Flint Jewish Commu-
nity Council voted over-
whelmingly to bring re-
cently released Soviet Jews
Galina and Lrena Faermark
to Flint.
The council was urged to
bring the mother and
daughter to Flint since they
have friends there and no
family in the U.S. or Israel.
Their husband and father,
Victor, was prohibited from
leaving the USSR.

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OBITUARIES

Joseph Barkman

Joseph Barkman of East
Tawas died Nov. 26 at age
86.
Mr. Barkman was a foun-
der of the Iosco County His-
torical Society and contrib-
uted large collections of
historical documents and
old newspapers to the state
and to Clarke Historical L .
brary at Central Michiga
University. He also contrib-
uted- material and personal
memoirs to the Michigan
Jewish Historical Society
which will appear in its
forthcoming book on the
history of the Jewish com-
munity of Michigan.
He is survived by four
brothers, Harris, Julius of
New York, Aaron of Chi-
cago and Milton of Flint;
and two sisters, Mrs. He-
lena Schram and Mrs. Re-
gina Lewis, both of New
York.

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