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May 05, 1978 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-05-05

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711 DETROIT 1118911 NEWS

16 Friday, Nay 5,1616

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INVITATIONS ENTERTAINMENT ;

Workmen's Circle
Lecture Slated

Workmen's Circle of
Michigan will present its
First Rose Kleinman
Memorial Lecture 8 p.m.
For The
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And The Ne"a
Finest'
May 12 at the Labor Zionist
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Guest speaker will be Dr.
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Aaron Levenstein, author
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Foreign Car Service
and educator, who will
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speak on "The Labor
VOLKSWAGEN
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Movement Today — Con-
structive or Destructive."
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Dr. Levenstein prac-
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FJCC to Mark
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The Flint Jewish Com-
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p.m. Saturday at the River
Hollow Apts. club house.
For information, call
Debby Golden, 239-3034, or
Harold Steinman, 239-
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Basketball Team
Standing Listed

The 1978 Flint Jewish
Israeli folk-duo, the Par-
varim, will highlight the Community Council Bas-
celebration of the 30th an- ketball Team coaches,
niversary of the state of Is- Harold Steinman and Les
rael in a program 6:30 p.m. Silberman, have announced
Wednesday at Cong. Beth that the Council's entry in
Israel, sponsored by the the junior boys' division of
Flint Jewish Community the Flint YMCA Church
league finished the season
Council. -
The family celebration in second place.
The players were honored
will open with a dinner of
traditional Israeli food, in- recently at an awards pro-
cluding humus, shishkabob gram. Named for the
and pita. Everyone is in- Sportsman's Award was
vited. There is a charge. For Alan Himelhoch, while
dinner reservations, contact Mike Griffin was chosen by
the Council Office, 120 W. teammates as Most Valu-
Kearsley St., Flint, 48502.
able Player.
The Parvarim, Yossi
Hury and Ori Harpaz, sing
traditional and contempor-
ary Israeli songs as well as
selections in Yiddish,
Ladino, Greek, Spanish and
English.

Friday— Keren Or Bake
Sale; and Temple Beth El
Yom Hashoah Observance,
8 p.m., temple.
Sunday— Cong. Beth Is-
rael annual meeting, 7:30
p.m., synagogue.
Monday — Hadassah
board meeting; and FJCC
Community Relations In-
ternational Jewish Con-
cerns Subcommittee meet-
ing, 8 p.m.
Tuesday — Temple Beth
El Sisterhood donor meet-
ing, noon, temple; Keren Or
meeting; FJCC Community
Relations Israel and the
Middel East Subcommittee
meeting, 8 p.m.; and ZOA
meeting.
Thursday — FJCC
Jewish Education Commis-
sion meeting, noon, Council
office; and Cong. Beth Israel
board of education meeting,
8 p.m., synanogue.

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