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January 20, 1978 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-01-20

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22 Friday, January 20, 1978

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Flint News

81st Birthday for
JNF Supporter

Dora Bailies was honored
last month on the occasion
of her 81st birthday.
Mrs. Bailies has been ac-
tive in projects for the Jew-
ish National Fund. She dedi-
cated a forest in memory of
a brother, a grove in honor
of her 35th wedding anniver-
sary and a second grove in
honor of her late husband,

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Education Body Evaluation Slated

The Commission on Jew-
ish Education of the Flint
Jewish Community Council,
under the chairmanship of
Mimi Goldstein, is consid-
ering new directions to
boost its effectiveness.
The Commission on Jew-
ish Education has four basic
areas of concern. They are
the Joint Elective Program,

COMMUNITY
CALENDAR

Monday — Temple Beth
El Board of Education, 8
p.m., temple.,
Tuesday — FJCC basket-
ball teams practice, 8 p.m.,
Temple Beth El.
Wednesday — Cong. Beth
Israel adult Hebrew class,
7:45 p.m., synagogue.
Thursday — FJCC Senior
Friendship Club, noon,
Temple Beth El; and Cong.
Beth Israel Sisterhood Study
Group, 12:30 p.m., syna-
gogue.

Bat - Mitzva

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Melissa Weisberg, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. James
Weisberg, will become Bat
11Etzva 9:30 a.m. Jan. 28 at
Cong. Beth Israel.

High School Program in Is-
rael, Teacher Training and
Adult Education. -
In the area of teacher
training, the FJCC provides
funds for training and con-
sultation services through-
oht the year.
Suggestions of recom-
mended topics and dis-
cussion leaders may be
made-to Mrs. Goldstein or
the Council office.
Members of the Commis-
sion on Jewish Education
are Jane Cossman, Marvin
Failer, Peter Gluck, Saul
Gorne, Phyllis Powers; Es-
ther Price, Liz Schreiber,
Gloria Siegel, Rabbi Gerald
Schuster, Rabbi Hilel Ru-
daysky, Pinhas Fellus and
Golda Shapiro.

* * *

Gorne to Address
Leadership Group

Dr. Saul Gorne will be the
guest speaker at the next
meeting of-the Flint Jewish
Community Council's Lead-
ership Development Group
7:30 p.m. Wednesday in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Raboi, 5021 Forest Side Dr.
The group will discuss
Jewish -family service in
Flint. A past president of
the Council, Dr. Gorne serv-
for many years as chair-
man of the Jewish Family
Service Committee.

USY on Wheels Registration Opens

NEW YORK—A screen
test at Universal Studios
and a hike in Yosemite
National Park ire just two
of countless adventures
offered - in "USY on
wheels. -. a teenage cross-
country program.
Sponsored by United
Synagogue Youth of Amer-
ica. this unique summer ex-
perience offers a chance to
meet Jewish teenagers all
over the U.S. while visiting
the French Quarter in New

Orleans: the Grand Tetons.
San Francisco and more.
Application and fee infor-
mation may be obtained
from the USY National Of-
fice at 155 Fifth Avenue.
New York, N.Y. 10010.

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various attache types

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THE TRUST DIVISION
of
Michigan National Bank of Detroit

Announces the opening of a
Trust Office at the
Travelers Tower branch of
Michigan National Bank —
Oakland

Travelers Tower
26555 Evergreen
Southfield, Michigan 48076
(313) 353-6776

The Trust Office will be managed
by Mr. Peter McLellan, Assistant
Vice President and Trust Officer.

Michigan National Bank

of Detroit

.

* * *

FJCC Leaders to

Honor a man for what he is
but honor him more for what he does.

The Talmud

YOUNG ISRAEL
OF SOUTHFIELD
DEDICATION DINNER

Honoring Members of the Young Israel Movement of Greater
Detroit for Twenty-Five years of service and more:

HONOREES: (in formation)

LEONARD ANTEL
M/M MORRIS BERRIS
MRS. DAVID BERRIS
M/M HARRY BLITZ
M/M SALOMON COHEN

M/M MILTON DUCHAN
M/M MEYER EISENBERG
M/M JEROME KELMAN
M/M SALEK LESSMAN
M/M ABBA LEVI

M/M ERRY LOEWENTHAL
M/M MORRIS NOVETSKY
M/M SAMUEL PLATT
M/M MAX STOLLMAN
PH I LLI P STOLLMAN

Sun. Eve April 28, 1978

6:30 p.m. Sheraton-Southfield

for further information call-
Mrs. Abe Selesny-354-3494
Mrs. Ronald Berman-352-2020

Discuss Budget

The budget for 1977-78 will
be presented to the board of
governors of the Flint Jew-
ish Community Council 8
p.m. Thursday at Cong.
Beth Israel.
The board will consider
recommendations made by
the FJCC Budget and Allo-
cations ComMittee chaired
by Ronald Goldstein.

* * *

Women Aid JPS

Membership in the .Jewish
Publication Society is being
sold through the Judaica
shop of Temple Beth El
Sisterhood. For information,
call Marcia Levey, sister-
hood president.

Will M.E. Peace
Bring More Olim?

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
One of the dividends of a
peace agreement with
Egypt will be an upsurge in
immigration to Israel, ac-
cording to a report present-
ed to the World Zionist Or-
ganization Executive
Monday by Uzi Narkiss, di-
rector general of the WZO's
immigration and absorption
department.
It estimates an influx of
between 35,000-70,000 immi-
grants in the first year after
a peace treaty is signed,
compared to 21,000 last
year.

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