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February 13, 1976 - Image 15

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-02-13

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When a man's ways
COMMUNITY
please the Lord,
He maketh even his ene-
CALENDAR
mies to be at peace with
hi m
— Temple Beth
—Proverbs El Monday
Board of Education
meeting, 8 p.m., temple.
Tuesday — Keren Or
Board meeting, 8 p.m.; and
Bnai Brith Board meeting, 8
beginner & strategy
p.m.
Wednesday — Hadassah
Education Day; BBYO
meeting, Cong. Beth Israel
t, aft. or eve. classes
youth lounge; and FJCC
Board of Governors meet-
ing, 8 p.m., Council office.
Thursday — UJA Cam-
paign dinner meeting and
telethon, 6 p.m., Council of-
fice; and Cong. Beth Israel
Backgammon
Board of Education meet-
ing, 8 p.m., synagogue.
sets

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"If thou canst be good do
not be bad." —The Talmud

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Irving A. Mirsky has
been elected president of the
Greater Flint Downtown
Corporation. Edward B.
Osher was elected treasurer
of the group.
Morton Leitson was
elected vice chairman of the
Flint Human Relations
Commission.
Gordon Parnes was
awarded the Sackrider and
Chamberlain trophies at the
Eastern Michigan Bridge
Association held recently in
Flint. He was the top scorer
for the group's four tourna-
ments in 1975.

Immediate Delivery

Women's American ORT
will meet 12:30 p.m. Tues-
day at the Mott Community
College Center, Room 3.
Chaired by Sidell Pappas,
Myra White and Ellen Grei-
dinger, the program will
feature "Assertive Training
Workshops" by Dr. Ione
Rodnick of the college.
Guests are welcome. For
reservations, call Mrs. Pap-
pas, 235-6517, or Mrs. Grei-
dinger, 767-6030.

Follow The Tracks To

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It is the discretion of a
man to be slow to anger,
And it is his glory to pass
over a transgression.
—Proverbs

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478-0500



Hadassah Plans
Talent Auction

GOD PLACE

The Keren Or Chapter,
Hadassah, will have a talent
auction March 24. This is a
fund-raising project where
members can bake, sew,
knit and create items to be
sold in the auction. For in-
formation, contact. Lynn
Weiss, chairman.

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Flint Youth

Flint Area Temple Youth
will host the annual FATY
all-star versus temple old-
star basketball game, Feb.
21.
Anyone interested in par-
ticipating may contact Stan
Alfred, 733-1482. Temple
youth' interested in partici-
pating, should contact Jeff
Portney, 742-8449.

By

taking full

advantage of its

Fund Raising
Aids Retarded

considerable purchasing

resources, The Gold Place buys dia-

A fund-raising dinner for
Trombly House, where 16
midly-retarded young adult
women live, will be held 7
p.m. Saturday at the Savo-
yard Club in the Buhl Build-
ing.
Effort, Inc., a non-profit
organization begun in 1969
consisting of parents, rela-
tives, guardians and friends
of retarded persons, opened
a community living facility
in October 1974 in the for-
mer Immaculate Conception
Convent, 3414 Trombly, to
house the residents.
Each resident has her
own room. In addition to
providing room and board, a
fully habilitative program
which includes education,
` 'social and job training with
the objective of obtaining
job placement, and recrea-
tion is being developed.
A second community liv-
ing facility for 10 mildly-
retarded young men will be
opened soon. For tickets,
call Effort, Inc., 963-0498.

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level and can therefore offer you in-

comparable diamond buys!

Available Are Diamonds of All Sizes,

Shapes, Weights, and Colors .. .

ranging from 1/4-carat diamonds for

as little as $150 . . . to 8.53-carat dia-

monds for $15,500. Wide selection of

mountings includes the most current

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YOU CAN RETURN ANY DIAMOND YOU
PURCHASE FOR A FULL CASH REFUND ...
NOT A DUE BILL.

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24.) What is meant by "all?"
Rabbi Meir says: "The fact
that he had no daughter."
Rabbi Judah says: "The fact
that he had a daughter."
(Baba Bathra 16.)

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