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February 10, 1978 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-02-10

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Friday, February 10, 1918 19


I Flint News

Hashachar Plans Youth Activities

'Other programs will be
held March 5, Jewish arts
and crafts at Cong. Beth Is-
rael; March 19, Purim car-
nival at Temple Beth El;
April 9, bowling; April 30,
simulated El Al flight to Is-
rael; May 21, Lag b'Omer
June 4, swim
COMMUNITY -- party and and
For information, call Mrs.
Leonard Shulman, 767-
Friday — Temple Beth
4249, or Leora Fellus, 733-
El New Member Shabat, 8

The Flint Hashachar
group for fourth, fifth and
sixth graders will` goices-
kating at Genesee Iceland 2
p.m. Sunday. There is a


• -Isfaturday — Cong. Beth

Israel Sisterhood dance, 8
Sunday — Temple Beth
El Photography Club meet-
ing, noon.
Monday — Temple Beth
El Sisterhood Study Group,
10 a.m.; Cong. Beth Israel
Sisterhood meeting, noon;
FJCC Junior Boys basket-
ball game, 6 p.m., Whittier
Junior High; and FJCC
Community Relations sub-
committee on international
Jewish concerns -; 8 p.m.
Tuesday — FJCC Com,
munity Relations subcom-
mittee on Israel and the
Middle East, 8 p.m.; FJCC
basketball teams practice, 8
p.m., Temple Beth El; and
ZOA meeting.
Wednesday — Hadassah
meeting, noon; Cong. Beth
Israel adult Hebrew class,
7:45 p.m.
Thursday — FJCC
Senior Friendship Club
meeting, noon, Temple Beth
El; and FJCC Executive
Committee meeting, 8 p.m.

Telegraph Bank
in Need of Aid

The Flint Jewish Com-
munity Council's Telegraph
Bank project is seeking per-
sons who are interested in
its continuity.
The telegram project is
involved in sending tele-
grams to politicians and
government leaders on
Jewish issues.
In the case of interned
Soviet Jewish activist
Anatoly Sharansky, tele-
grams were sent to the U.S.
Congress, the White House
and other influential bodies
asking to ease his plight.
There is a charge to un-
derwrite the cost of the tele-
grams. For informatior4 call
the Council office.

Flint People
Make News

Brian Kronick, a senior
at Carman High School,
will be listed in the 1978
edition of "Who's Who in
American High Sdhool Ath-
letics." He was nominated
for "his athletic. achieve-
ments, scholastic ability
and involvement in extra-
curricular activities."

Attend Parley

Repiesenting the Flint-
Jewish Community Council
at the recent plenary ses--
sion of the National Jewish
Community Relations Ad-
visorY. Council in Tucson,
Ariz., were ,Murray Moss,
Esta Mitchell, Phoebe
Stanzler, Michael Pelavin,
Natalie Pleaviri, Lou Eps-
tein and Florence Epstein.

Jan. 27 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Morton Krasner, a son,
Benjamin Frederick.

Chairman Named

NEW YORK — Robert S.
Jacobs of Chicago will serve
as chairman of the planning
committee for the 72nd- an-
nual meeting of the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee, to
he held May 17-21 at the
Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in
New York.

Let him who has failed in
one place, try elsewhere. -
-The Talmud

Raconteur Sy Kleinman
and vocalist Paul Zim will
entertain for the Flint
Jewish Community Coun-
cil's "That's Entertainment
77-78" cultural series 8 p.m.
Feb. 26 at Cong. Beth Israel.
The program featuring
Esther Jungreis, postponed
because of the recent winter
storm, has been rescheduled
for 8 p.m. April 30 in Cong.
Beth Israel.
Tickets are still availa-

Isaacs Leads
Flint Drive

Malcolm Isaacs has been
named general chairman of.
the Flint Jewish Commun-
ity Council's annual Allied
Jewish Campaign drive.
Isaacs said among the
goals of the 1978 campaign
are an increase in the
amount of money raised, the
establishment of new divi-
sions, the addition of more
solicitors and a fast paced
•campaign. He said he hoped
the campaign could be con-
cluded in three months o _ r
less. -
Isaacs also is second vice
president of the FJCC.

That's the Tamaroff Sales Policy.

Tamaroff Buick-Opel-Honda will_make it possible for you to stop
getting the run-around when y011 buy a car. We will not bounce,
hump or hassle you. That means we will sell you the car you want, -
at the prices %ve quoted. And we are known for giving
very good prices on very good cars.

Sound good? _

That's our sales policy in less than
to stick to it.


words. And we mean

Tamaroff Buick-Opel-Honda is the Buick sales leader in this area.
That comes from sticking to our sales policy. Another reason is our
large inventory of great new cars right here available to our
customers. So you might not have to wait for the free-spirited
Buick, Opel or Honda you want.

Come on in to Tamaroff Buick-Opel-Honda.

No song-and-dance. No double talk. No rum-around.


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Phone 353 1300



Women to Gather

Beth • El Sisterhood will
host the Beth Israel Sister-
hood noon Tuesday in the
Luncheon will be served,
followed by a program
featuring the Metrpolitan
Dance Company in a jazz
presentation. For reserva-
tions, call the synagogue or

Concert Aids
Hillel School

ream Cheese


the whipped cream cheese that

Flint Births


Cultural Event
Slated by FJCC


Songwriter Sammy Cahn
and comedian Robert Klein
will appear in concert on
behalf of Hillel Day School ,
of Metropolitan Detroit 8:30
p.m. March 11 at Ford Au-
Cahn will present his
musical program, "Words
and Music." Klein has ap-
peared on national TV and
has made appearances
throughout the country in
nightclubs and on college
For ticket information,
call the day school, 851-

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