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October 22, 1976 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-10-22

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20 Friday, October 22, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

WE 'ARE NOW IN SOUTHFIELD

at The Evergreen Plaza, Evergreen & 12 Mile

LARGEST STOCK OF WATCH BANDS

WATCH & JEWELRY REPAIRING
ENGRAVING

559-9630

Flint Bnai Brith Will Honor
Sonia Schafer for Israel Bonds

Flint Area News

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DO YOU REMEMBER THAT LITTLE BUILDING ON
BROADWAY IN DOWNTOWN DETROIT THAT SOLD
WATCH BANDS AND REPAIRED WATCHES FOR 49
YEARS?

Flint UJA Drive Officials Named

Malcolm Isaacs, gen-
eral campaign chairman,
has announced the ap-
pointment of Michael
Melet, Bob Silverman,
and Jerry Kasle as vice
chairmen of the 1977 Un-
ited Jewish Appeal cam-
paign.
While the official open-
ing date of the campaign
is not until January, pre-
parations are under way

Daily 10 to 6, Thurs. 8 Fri. 10 to 9

for solicitor training; ad-
vanced gifts solicitation;
and a general campaign
calendar has been plan-
ned covering January,
February and March.

The German Jewish in-
ventor, Emile Berliner,
introduced the flat disc
with shallow grooves for
use in the gramophone.

GRAND OPENING

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12 Mile and Evergreen

Spectacular Savings on
Great New Merchandise

COMMUNITY
CALENDAR

Saturday — Keren Or
Hayride at Evergreen
Farms, 8 p.m.
Sunday — Temple Beth
El Family Education Bar
Mitzva Session, 6 p.m.,
temple.
Monday — Cong. Beth
Israel Sisterhood board
meeting, 7:30 p.m.,
synagogue; and Temple
Beth El board meeting, 8
p.m., - temple.
Tuesday — ORT Mem-
bership Tea, 1:30 p.m.,
home. of Dr. and Mrs.
Charles Pappas, 1502
Second St.; Community
Education Subcommittee
meeting, noon, FJCC Of-
fice; and FJCC United
Jewish Appeal Solicitor
Training, 6 p.m., Council
office.
Wednesday — FJCC
budget and Allocations
meeting, noon, Council of-
fice; Temple Beth El
Adult Education prog-
ram, 7:30 and 8:30 p.m.

Plenty of Free Parking

A-Moore's Shoe Hospital
Blue Acara
Design Trends -
Dexter-Davison Kosher Meats
Dicken's Den Book Store
Gifts of Nature
Great Scott
Hadley's
Hallmark Cards
Lilly's Young Fashions

Love and Sports
Maple Office & Gifts
Mary Darr Ltd./Bridal-Formal
Mazer's Shoes
Michigan National Bank-Oakland
Music Stand
New York Bagel
Pickle Barrel Deli
Playoffs Shoes
Ranier's Pastry

egister

Rollins Dancewear
Sallen Optical Studio
Sanders
Sentry Drugs
Shoes by Alex
Smart Set
Solid Gold/House of Watchbands
Somerset Cleaners
Tabak
Travel One
Trend Setters

to w in a

1977 • PONTIAC ASTRE*

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or

one of Ten $100

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SHOPPING SPREES

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*Furn ished by Jim Fresard Pontiac • 400 N. Main, Royal Oak

RULES:

1.Entry blanks mayte filled out and deposited at any
of the stores in the Plaza.
2. No purchase necessary to win.
3. Each store's entry blanks will then be eligible for
the grand prize.
4. You must be 18 or older to register.
5. You need not be present to win.
6. Employees of the stores and their relatives are
I
not eligible.
Winner
is
subject
to
payments
of
state
and
local
taxes.
7.

ENTRY FORM - GRAND OPENING DRAWING

,EVERGREEN PLAZA IN SOUTHFIELD
W.12 Mile and Evergreen

Name

I Address

I City

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lip

1111

1 Phone
Drawing Saturday, October 30, 1:00 p.m.
NO MAIL ENTRIES ACCEPTED
ammo mai um I= ENN I= ow so EN or nil or an 1r mum

SONIA SCHAFER

Charlotte Kasle and Irv-
ing Simen. Committe
co-ordinator is Damor
Mitshkun.
Sharon Stein and Sybil
Goldberg, co-presidents
of the Women's Chapter,
are in charge of tickets
and table reservations.
Other committee mem-
bers include Saul Mar-
key, Flint Bnai Brith
president; Murray Moss,
FJCC president; Samuel
and Shirley Winston,
Bertram Marx, Steve
Kaplan, Lou Kasle, Bar-
ney Sherman and Mary
Mitshkun. The committee
is still in formation.

Flint Temple Beth El
Presents 'Hester St.'

Temple Beth El of Flint
will begin a film series 8
p.m. Sunday with the
showing of "Hester
Street." The community
is invited at a nominal
charge.
On Oct. 29, there will be
a panel discussion on
"Politics 1976 — What
Comes Next?". Panelists
will include Leonard
Meizlish, Ellis Perlman
and Mitchell Weiss. The
discussion will follow 8
p.m. Shabat services.

Prof to Speak
at Bonds Event

Women Will Attend
Detroit Book Fair

Drawing to be held Saturday, October 30, 1976

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The Bnai Brith Flint
Lodge 656, with the sup-
port of the Women's
Chapter will sponsor the
Flint 1976 Israel Bond
campaign and a tribute
dinner, to be held 6:30
p.m. Nov. 7 at the Country
Squire Restaurant,
Flushing.
Sonia Schafer will re-
ceive the "Koah" award
"for her dedication and
devotion to her commun-
ity and Israel and her un-
tiring efforts on behalf of
the State of Israel Bond
program."
Mrs. Schafer is past
general chairman and
present division chair-
man of the Flint United
Jewish Appeal, Women's
Division. She is the 1975-
76 co-chairman of the
Flint Jewish Community
Council Cash Collections,
Women's Division and a
board member of FJCC.
In 1975 she received an
award at the FJCC annual
dinner "for her outstand-
ing efforts on behalf of the
Flint UJA." She is active in
Hadassah, the Beth Israel
Sisterhood, Women's
American ORT and the
Women's Chapter of Flint
Bnai Brith.
Mrs. Schafter has been'
a Flint resident since
1935, coming from Poland
via Brazil.
Dinner chairmen are

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The Flint Jewish Com-
munity Council Women's
Communal Service Corn-
_mittee, in conjunction
with the Temple Beth El
Sisterhood, will provide
transportation to the De-
troit* Jewish Community
Center Sisterhood Day
book fair program.
The bus will leave 8:45
a.m. Nov. 16 from the
Temple Beth El parking
lot. Cost of the trip in-
cludes lunch. Reserva-
tion deadline is Nov. 1,
and advance payment is
required.
For reservation infor-
mation, call Gail Shul-
man, 767-4249.

GERALD MEISTER

Dr. and Mrs. Bertram
Marx will host a reception
on behalf of the - Israel
Bond 1976 Campaign 8
p.m. Wednesday in their
home.
Guest speaker will be
Prof. Gerald M. Meister,
director of the Ramapo
Institute and executive
director of the United
Zionist Revisionists of
America.

ORT (Organization for
Rehabilitation through
Training), is a program
for rebuilding lives
through vocational edu-
cation.

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