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November 12, 1976 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-11-12

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Friday, November 12, 1976 17

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Flint Area News

Flint Hadassah Sets Annual Donor Event

Ann Lebster Chapter,
Hadassah, will hold its
47th annual donor lunc-
heon noon Wednesday at
Cong. Beth Israel.
The program will fea-
ture an original play,
"Mary Hartburn, Mary
Hartburn", written by
Maxine Kronick and
Joyce Rosenthal. The cast
includes Brenda
Goldman and Diane
Rabin as the Marys, with
supporting actors Sophie
Barkman, Flo Berner,
Sandy Chimovitz, Pat
'auer, Toby Katz, Mrs.

COMMUNITY

CALENDAR

Sunday — Temple Beth
El Family Education Bar
Mitzva- Session, 6 p.m.,
temple.
Monday — FJCC Bus
Trip to Detroit Jewish
Book Fair, leaving 8:45
a.m. from Temple Beth El
parking lot.
Tuesday — FJCC Com-
munity Board of Vuca-
tion subcommittee meet-
ing, noon, Council office;
Keren Or board meeting,
8 p.m.; and Bnai Brith
executive board meeting,
8 p.m., River Valley
club house.
Wednesday — Temple
Beth El Adult Education,
7:30 and 8:30 p.m., temple.
Thursday — FJCC
Board of Governors meet-
ing, 8 p.m., Temple Beth
EL

Singles Party Due

Sheila and Buddy
Bloom will host a young
singles party Nov. 27, at
their home, 12104 Fran-
cesca, Grand Blanc. In-
terested young adults,
age 19-30, may contact
Mrs. Bloom, 694-8605.

ANTIQUE
FLEA
MARKET

Free Admission

ROMA HALL

Gratiot at 10 Mile

E. Detroit

9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Nov. 14th

Coming Soon

Wed.
Flea Mkt.

Starting Nov . 17th

and every Wed. there after

ROMA HALL

of Bloomfield

Telegraph N. of
Square Lake Rd.

9 A.M. to 5 P.M.

tables $6
Schaupeter Promotions

for info

338-7544

282-0040

Kronick, Lee Leiser,
Jeanne Leavitt, Sonia
Schafer, Mrs. Rosenthal
and Rita Vater.
Luncheon chairman is
Dorothy Failer. For reser-
vations, call Eleanor Meg-
dell and Rita Magidsohn.
Proceeds will go to the
Hadassah Medical Or-
ganization.
Hadassah also will hold
a dinner to meet Dr.
Yizhar Sloman, Hadas-
sah Hospital Orthopedic
surgeon and member of
the Entebbe Rescue Mis-
sion, 6:30 p.m. Monday in
the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Kasle, 1121 Wood-
lawn Park Dr. There is a
charge. For reservations,
call Pat Fauer, 239-0585.

Ex-Flint Resident
Teaches in Georgia

Barbara Olds, formerly
of Flint, has become the
first woman community
school director in Cobb,
Ga.
Ms. Olds organizes
classes similar to adult
education classes in
Flint. Creative writing
courses for senior citizens
are among special prog- -
rams for the general pub-
lic.
She received degrees
from the University of
Michigan and Eastern
Michigan University.

Beth Israel Plans
Plaques Dedication

Arab Investments in U.S.
• •

Securities Reported Growing

NEW YORK — The
New York Stock Ex-
change reports that
Arabs are buying all
kinds of U.S. securities,
mostly the kind that gives
them a measuio of control
of corporations — stock.
The Organization of
Petroleum Exporting
Countries (OPEC) is seen
as the largest net purch-
aser of U.S. securities. In
1973 many of the invest-
ments went into short-
term debt securities and
government issues.
But in late 1974, the
banks doing the investing
for the Mideast countries,
especially those in the
U.S., were instructed to
go into longer-term in-
vestments.
Assistant Secretary of
the Treasury Gerald L.
Parsky said there was no
alarm in Washington over
the shifts from short-term
to long-term stocks. He

Defense Minister Shi-
mon Peres said recently
that there will be a
number of such exercises,
all of them being an-
nounced in advance so as
not to alarm the public.

1

Flint People
Make News

Esta Mitchell has been
appointed by Mayor
James W. Rutherford to
serve as a member of the
Citywide Advisory Com-
mittee. The committee
helps the city write an
application for the an-
nual federal community
development block grant.

Follow The Tracks To

ALI OUR

OLDSMOBILES

HAVE

SAKS APPEAL

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This is the first in a
series of high school stu-
dents' work in JNF pro-
jects around Jerusalem.

Temple Events Set

Beth Israel Sisterhood
will conduct a used book
sale Sunday, Monday and
Tuesday at the Eastland
Mall.
Anyone who is in-
terested in donating
books should contact
Pauline Biesman, 238-
9338, or Shirley Gaynor,
234-1051.

Immediate Delivery

JERUSALEM (JTA)
Some 150 students of
Jerusalem's high schools
began voluntary work at
the American Bicenten-
nial Park in Ness Harim,
west of Jerusalem, a giant
afforestation project of
the Jewish National
Fund.

Israel Will Hold s .
Call-Up Exercise

Used Book Sale

OLDSMOBILE

said the oil producers had
shown themselves to be
"responsible long-term
investors, with no desire
for control and no desire to
disrupt the capital mar-
kets."
Jewish groups fear that
as the Arabs broaden
their investments, they
may try to use their
power as they used their
financial muscle in deal-
ings with banks, to im-
pose a boycott against Is-
rael.
An American Jewish
Congress spokesman
sanctioned the recycling
of petrodollars, but said
"it must not be accom-
panied by the kind of
bigotry that arose in the
dealings with the banks."

Students Join JNF
Forestry Project

Cong. Beth Israel will
hold its first late Friday
evening service and
plaques dedication 8 p.m.
Nov. 19.
Plans are being made
for a second dedication
service. For information
about the plaques, con-
tact Hilda Conn, 694-6835,
honors committee chair-
man.

The second film of the
Temple Beth El Film
series, "The Garden of the
Finzi-Continis" will be
shown 8 p.m., Nov. 21 in
the temple.
The temple fall congre-
gational meeting will be
held 7:45 p.m. Sunday in
the temple. The agenda
includes a budget review.

Buy or Lease An

TEL AVIV (JTA)
Thousands of reserve sol-
diers will be called up in
the near future in an
exercise to test the time it
takes to concentrate men
and vehicles in case of a
defense emergency.

Dayan Artifacts
Seized by Israel

NEW YORK — The di-
rector of the Israel De-
partment of Antiquities,
Abraham Eitan, testified
before the Knesset that
the government had re-
possessed some ar-
cheological relics from
Moshe Dayan, the former
defense minister.
Reports in Israel said
that Dayan, owner of one
of the largest collections
of archeological relics in
Israel, allegedly acquired
some of the relics illeg-
ally.

umbers are imp ortant to me.
tit I smo e for taste. That's why I smoke Winston l ights.
I get a lighter cigarette, but I still get real fast .1‘
And real pleasure. Only one cigarette gives me
Winston Lights

.

Flint Births

Oct. 30 — To Dr. an d
Mrs. Gary Fleishman
(Shelley Katz of Flint), of
Tucson, Ariz., a daughter,
Karen Myra.

Warning: The Surgeon General Has Determined
That Cigarette Smoking Is Dangerous to Your Health.

13 mg. "tar". 0.9 mg. nicotine ay. per cigarette. FTC Report APR.'76.

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