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January 13, 1978 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-01-13

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38 Friday, January 13, 1978

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Milliken May Go to Israel in 1978

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panied by Dr. Baruch Ru-
bin, a faculty member of
Hebrew University's. agri-
culture school at Rehovot —
now working, at Michigan.
State University — and Hen-
ry Jurkewicz, executive di-
rector of the Greater Lan-
sing Jewish Federation.
Rubin presented an en-
graved medallion to the
governor, a gift from the.120
members of the Israeli par-
liament.
Milliken said that he
hopes to join several other
governors later this year in
a visit to Israel. Milliken
explained that the trip,
sponsored by the National
Governors' Association of
which he is chaitman, will
definitely -occur, but added
that his participation is still-
tentative, depending on his
schedule in Michigan.

Gov. William G. Milliken
told Ben-Zion Rubin, a
member of the Israeli par-
liament and deputy mayor
of Natanya, Israel, that he
hopes to visit Israel in 1978.
Rubin paid a courtesy call
to Milliken. He was accom-

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Representative and Mrs.
Joe Forbes of Oak Park
announce the engagement
of their daughter, Nikki
Forbes, to Dr. Mark Segall,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Solo-
mon Segall of West
Bloomfield:, Miss Forbes
was graduated from the
University of Michigan and
earned a master's degree in
special education at Oak-
land University. Her fiance
was graduated from the U-
M and from its medical
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The Lapeer Visiting Com-
mittee of the .Flint Jewish
Community Council provid-
ed a holiday party for the

COMMUNITY
CALENDAR

Saturday—Cong. Beth Is-
rael Sisterhood Sabbath, 9
a.m.; synagogue.
Monday—FJCC Commu-
nity Relations Sub-
committee on social and
economic justice, 8 p.m.,
Council office.
Tuesday —FJCC Per-
sonnel Committee meeting,
8 p.m. ; Bnai Brith board
meeting, 8 p.m., River Val-
ley club - house ; and FJCC
basketball teams practice, 8
p.m., Temple Beth El.
Wednesday —Hadassah
meeting, noon, Temple Beth
El; and Cong. Beth Israel
adult Hebrew class, 7:45
p.m., synagogue.
Thursday—FJCC Senior
Friendship Club, noon,
Temple Beth El; Cong. Beth
Israel Sisterhood Study
Group, 12:30 p.m., syna-
gogue; and FJCC Executive
Committee meeting, 8 p.m.,
Council office.
Friday—Cong. Beth Israel
Sisterhood Sabbath dinner, 6
p.m., synagogue.

Flint People
Make News

* * *

Former Dettoiters Mr.
and Mrs. Heinz,L. Herz of
Glenview, Ill., announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter, Louise Herz, to Robert
Alan Shapiro, son of Irwin
J. Shapiro of Southfield.
Miss Herz was graduated
from the University of II=
linois and attends the Crea-
tive Arts Therapy Institute
in Denver. Her fiance was
graduated from Oakland
1 University. He is a senior at
the University of Colorado
Medical School. A June
- wedding in Glenview is
_ planned.

Flint News

Help is good everywhere ex-
cept in the porridge bowl.

Scott Schafer was named

best defensive player on the
junior varsity team and
Brian Kronick, able player
of the varsity team and
most valuable player of the
Concordia all-state team at
the recent Carman High
School Soccer Banquet.,

Jewish residents of the Lap-
eer State Home Dec. 30.
Participating were Esther
Harris, chairman; Blanche
Dunayer, Stella Koenig,
Bessie Ring, Kay Meld, Ca-
rol Olds and Martha Harris.
The women distributed
gifts, latkes and other
treats.

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Flint Jews Join
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The Flint Jewish Commu-
nity Council will be repre-
sented at the 1978 plenary
session of the National Jew-
ish Community Relations
Advisory Council Jan. 22-25
in Tucson, Ariz. --
The Joint Program Plan
for 1978-79 will be discuised.
This year's session will open
with a keynote address by
Theodore R. Mann,
NJCRAC chairman.

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Men's Clubs]

BETH ACHIM Men's Club
will have a "Sunday Morn-
ing Happening" following
an 8:15 p.m. minyan Jan. 22
in the synagogue. L. Brooks
Patterson, Oakland County
Prosecutor, will be guest
speaker. For information,
call David Goldis, 626-1181,
or Leonard Mitz, 544-7449,
after 7 p.m.

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