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April 28, 1978 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-04-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Happy Passover

Flint News

Jungreis in Flint Softball to Begin Dental Prize
Esther Jungreis will ap-
The 1978 FJCC Men's for Late Dr. Hart
pear in the final program of

the 1977-78 entertainment
series sponsored by the Cul-
tural Committee of the
Flint Jewish Community
Council 8 p.m. Sunday at
Cong. Beth Israel. Tickets
will be available at the door.

COMMUNITY
CALENDAR

Saturday —
ORT
Sephardic Seder.
Hashachar El Al Flight, 2
p.m.
Sunday — Hashachar El
Al Flight, 2 p.m.

Monday — Cong. Beth
Israel Sisterhood meeting,
noon, synagogue; and FJCC
Jewish Family Service
meeting, noon, Council
office.
Tuesday—Temple Beth
El Sisterhood board meet-
ing; Israel Bonds parlor
meeting, home of Mi. and
Mrs. Michael Pelavin; and
Bnai Brith meeting.
Thursday — FJCC
Senior Friendship Club
luncheon, noon, Temple
Beth El; JVVVA board meet-
ing; Cong. Beth Israel meet-
ing, 8 p.m., at synagogue.
Friday — Keren Or Bake
Sale; and Temple Beth El
Yom Hashoah Observance,
"The Holocaust and Reform
Judaism," 8 p.m., temple.
•• •

Correction

The article in last week's
Jewish News on the Nazis
and Skokie, written by
Harry Kirsbaum, incor-
rectly identified Kirsbaum
as a Detroiter.
Kirsbaum is from Flint.

May TV Special
Marks Israel 30th

NEW YORK (JTA) — A
spectacular all-star cast has
been assembled for "The
Stars Salute Israel at 30," a
gigantic entertainment
show celebrating the 30th
anniversary of the state of
Israel, airing May 8 on
ABC-TV (Channel 7 in De-
troit).
The event itself will be
presented under the au-
spices of the American
Committee to Celebrate Is-
rael's 30th Anniversary.
Vice President Walter
Mondale is chairman of the
committee and the event.
Among those set to ap-
pear in the special are (in
alphabetical order): Anne
Bancroft, Daniel Baren-
boi in, Mikhail
Baryshnikov, Pat Boone,
Sammy Davis Jr., Kirk
Douglas, -Henry Fonda,
Gene Kelly, Alan King, Bil-
lie Jean King, The Los-
Angeles Philharmonic Or-
chestra, Barry Manilow,
Dean Martin, Zuhin Mehta,
Paul Newman, Valery and
Galina 'Pariov, Bernadette
Peters, Jean Stapleton,
Sally Struthers, Cicely Ty-
son, Ben Vereen, Flip Wil-
son, Henry Winkler and
Joanne Woodward.

Softball Team is being
formed, according to the
coach, Jerome Feldman.
Practice starts 10 a.m. Sun-
day at the GMI Field.
All interested persons,
age 15 years and over, are
asked to contact Feldman,
238-2521 (8 a.m. to 7 p.m.)
or 694-3980 (after 7 p.m.).
Players should bring their
gloves with them for the
first practice.

Disco to Benefit
Flint UJA Drive

The Women's Division of
the Flint United Jewish
Appeal will sponsor a "Disco
Hustle for Israel" 8 p.m.
Monday at the
Downtowner. Husbands,
boyfriends and dates are
welcome. For reservations
and further information,
call the Council office.

Flint Obituaries

Friday; April 28, 1978 15

5 lbs. of MATZO,

If I can't Beat Your Best Deal

.

The Michigan Dental
Association's highest award
has been presented post-
humously to long-time Flint
dentist Dr. Max Hart.
Dr. Hart, who died April
9, practiced dentistry in
Flint for more than 30
years.
He was president of the
Michigan Dental Associa-
tion in 1973-74. In addition
to numerous affiliations
with dental societies, Dr.
Hart also was active in the
Genesee County Council on
Social Agencies and in the
United Way.

ARNOLD MARGOLIS

Margolis Household Furniture
30 YEARS at the Same
OLD STAND o Mile, 1 Ilk. W. of Schaefer
SHARPENING the PENCIL

On All Name Brands

Furniture and Bedding

•SCHOOLFIELD •CELIG •SIMMONS 'SEALY •SERTA 'SPRING AIR •LA-2-
BOY •STIFFEL LAMPS • KROEHLER 'AMERICAN •BURLINGTON •BASSETT
•BARCALOUNGER •LANE •UNIOUE
13703 W. McNichols 342-5351 Hrs. Mon thru Sat. 9:30 til 5:30

There's a new
men's clothing store
in a familiar old location . .

William Graff

William Abraham Graff,
a Flint salesman, died April
13 at age 69.
Mr. Graff, who resided at
3006 Chicago, is survived
by three sons, James,
Robert and Mark of Denver,
Colo.; a daughter, Cheryl
Gray; and four
grandchildren.

Gentlemen's Agreement

Israel Soldiers
Courtmartialed

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
army announced that two
officers, a lieutenant colonel
and a lieutenant — whose
names were not im-
mediately announced —
will be courtmartialed for
alleged negligence in per-
formance of their duties in
south Lebanon.

The case involves six Is-
raeli soldiers and a civilian
who crossed Israeli lines
into terrorist-held territory
in the Tyre region last
month and were sub-
sequently ambushed. Four
soldiers were killed and one
was wounded and captured.
The civilian and another
soldier, though wounded,
managed to return to Israeli
lines.

Bruce Goldman
personally invites you to attend

the opening of his new men's clothing store in a familiar old location, The New Orleans Mall, 10 Mile Road
at Greenfield in Southfield. Bruce has a gentlemen's agreement to bring you the most fashionable and up
to date men's apparel for the well dressed gentleman. Where custom fit and personalized attention are as
important to him as they are to you.

Two soldiers on guard
duty at the outpost have
been punished by 35 days
confinement ordered . by
their commanders.

Pioneer Honored

RISHON LE-ZION (JTA)
— Premier Menahem Begin
honored one of Israel's
pioneer settlers, Eitan Bel-
kind, on the occasion of his
80th birthday.
Belkind is the son of one
of the first members of
BILU, the settlement
movement of Russian Jews
who came to Palestine in
the early 1880s and was,
himself, a member of Nili,
the first Jewish under-
ground when the country
was under Ottoman rule.

15600 West 10 Mile Road, Southfield
in the New Orleans Mall

557-5370

Open 9:30-6 Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday
10-9 Monday, Thursday and Friday

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