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May 20, 1977 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-05-20

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20, 1917
28 Friday„May
,

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

1

Flint News

Physician to Host Bond Workshop

Natalie Pelavin
to Head Beth El

Murray Goldenberg

Natalie Pelavin was elect-
ed president of Temple
Beth El at the annual con-
gregational meeting.
Other officers are: Leon-
ard Shulman and Rhina
Griffel, vice presidents; Mit-
chell Weiss, secretary; and
Alan Thomson, treasurer.

Herman Jaffee

Southfield Rd. at 13 Mile
646=8- 484

Happy
Birthday

Much Love

and Kisses

Reda Setpaar.te

Torah Fund Lunch
Reservations Open

-

Reservations are still
being taken for the Beth Is-
rael Sisterhood Torah Fund
luncheon, honoring Leah
Wolin, noon June 1 in- the
synagogue. Luncheon will
be served."
For reservations, call the
synagogue, 732-6310. There
is a charge.

SoViet Jewry Rally
to Feature Nun

Sister Ann Gillen, execu-
tive director of the National
Interreligious Task Force
on Soviet Jewry, will be the
guest speaker at the Flint
Jewish Community Coun-
cil's "Solidarity Day" rally
on behalf of Soviet Jewry to
be held 8 p.m. Wednesday
at Temple Beth El.
The public is invited.

Oil & Water Colors

B'nai Brith Hillel of Wayne State ,University

May 22 11-A.M.-5P M.

Sunday Only

at Zionist Cultural. Center

(betw. Southfield & Evergreen)

All Donated Art -
Large Selection $10 & Up

Many Name Artists • Most Pictures Framed

FREE Admission

Everything will be sold below market value

Flint People
Make News

Yaffe Duties Begin

Ronald D. Weiss has been
named director of oper-
ations for the Vogue, 565 S.
Saginaw, according to presi-
dent Michael D. Melet.

Scultpure Donated
to Flint Synagogue

fr

JERSUSALEM (JTA)—
Aviad Yaffe has begun his
work as director general of
the Jewish Agency. He re-
placed Moshe Rivlin, who
became chairman of the
Jewish National Fund Di-
rectorate. Yaffe, 54, has
been a Knessei member-
since 1972, but he is not run-
ning for the next Knesset so
he can "devote his time to
the new position," he said.

YOUR NEW FORD
FANTASTIC SAVINGS

FORD
LINCOLN
GRAND PRIX
OLDS, ETC.

A sculpture in wood, cop-
per and brass that repre-
sents the tree of life and
Sex Ads Censored
Jewish symbols was dedica-
TEL AVIV. (JTA)—The
ted last week at Cong. Beth
Tel Aviv Municipality has
Israel.
to . censor advertise-
The sculpture, with 500 - decided
ments
for
movies that em-
brass discs, was given- to phasize sex. It will estab-
the congregation by Mrs. lish a special vice control
Sam Blum and her four chil- squad to police movie post-
dren, Geoffrey and Ned of ers on private and public
Flint, Bruce of Northridge, billboards to make sure
Calif., and Adele Pugh of they contain no depictions
Lansing, and their families of sex or violence.
in memory of her husband
and a daughter, s Marcia.
The sculpture, by Leon-
ard Kaczor of gochester, is
Get Together
22 feet wide and 7 1/2 feet
high.
HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES

TEMPLE BETH EL Is Planning A
50th Anniversary
of All

SATURDAY—Cong. Beth
Israel Junior Congregation
Shabat.
SUNDAY—Hashachar
meeting;' and Temple Beth
El confirmation, 8 p.m.,
temple.
MONDAY—Temple Beth
El board of education meet-
ing, 8 p.m., temple.
.TUESDAY-- ∎ORT.board
meeting, 1 p.m., home of
Carol Benison,- 3316 Pen-
combe Pl. ; andlceren Or
board meeting, 8 p.m.,
River Hollow club house.
WEDNESDAY—Cong.
Beth Israel Sisterhood
board meeting, 12:30 p.m.,
synagogue.
THURSDAY—FJCC Exec-
utive Committee meeting, 6
p.m., Cong. Beth Israel;
FJCC Board of Governors
meeting, 8 p.m., Cong. Beth
Israel; and Senior Friend-
ship meeting, noon, Temple
Beth El.

Presented by

18451 W. 10 Mile Rd.

securities, general obliga-
tion bonds, and other meth-
ods of funding qualified re-
tirement plans. Guest speak-
er will be Robert Siegel,
chaii-man of -the State of Is-
rael Bond Pension and Prof-
itr Sharing Division.

COMMUNITY
CALENDAR

ART SALE

\

Dr. Jerome F. Kasle will
host a pension fund work-
shop 8 p.m. June 15 at his
home.
The workshop, to be held
on behalf of State of Israel
Bonds, will feature a com-
parative study .of foreign

r

Flint
Obituaries

BELLE LOVITKY
FRANKEL, 1193 River Val-
ley Dr., died last week. Sur-
vivors include Mrs. Blanche
Harris, Mrs. Joseph
(Naomi) Koffman, Bernard
Lovitky, 11 grandchildren
and 10 great-grandchildren.

Do not judge of a tree by
its bark nor of a man by his
exterior.

of the 1927, 28, 29 High School. All gradu-
ates please contact Markus (Max) Simon -at
273-1045 days, 355-1555 eves. or Clement
Weitzman at 968-5939, Henry M. Rose 968-
1155.

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