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March 16, 1979 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-03-16

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Friday, March 16, 1919

SOL YETZ-MORRIS
COHEN POST and AUX-
ILIARY will meet 9 p.m.
Tuesday in the Jewish War
Veterans Memorial Home.
President Jean Friedman
announces that plans are
being completed for the an-
nual Seder for the Jewish
residents of Battle Creek
Veterans Hospital. To vol-
unteer, call Mrs. Friedman,
557-1483.

LOCKS ... SAFES ... DOORCLOSERS

Mikes Mobile

Locksmith Service

Bonded and Insured
Reasonable Rates

call 967-3361

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Camps to Join
for Open Meeting

Three youth movements
will present a combined
meeting to introduce par-
ents and prospective cam-
pers to their camp programs
noon March 25 in the main
Jewish Community Center.
Representatives will be
on hand to answer questions
about Camp Shomria
(Hashomer Hatzair), Camp
Tavor (Habonim) and Camp
Young Judea (Hashachar).
There also will be a slide
presentation.
All of the camps have
professionally - trained
American and Israeli staff
and emphasize sports,
games, swimming, Israeli
folk dancing and singing,
Hebrew language, rec-
reational and social activi-
ties and Shabat observance.

Dan Yessian
Associates

is pleased to
announce the exclusive
representation of

THE

PATTY
GRANT

SHOW

Entertainment, Music and Song

For your special party — ask about our other fine talent

Image, Air, The Michael Maiguth Orchestra, As
You Like It, Sky Flight, Disco Light Shows
Eddie Jaye — Comedian, Scorpio-Magician,
The Dan Yessian Arrangement and many more.

call 553-2929
BOOK IT NOW!

Einstein Lodge, Chapter
Sign Contract for Forest

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Flint News g—)

Coup& c/14azkl

50t4 cAziiitTEnazy

Bloomberg in Flint, Feb. 3,
1929. She was born in Ohio.
He worked as a jeweler for
40 years until his retire-
ment in 1969.
The couple have two chil-
dren, Mrs. Bernard J. Har-
ris of Flint and Dr. Jerome
Davis of Detroit. There are
seven grandchildren.

Mr. and Mrs. Max Davis
were honored at a dinner
Feb. 3 in Florida on the oc-
casion of their 50th wedding
anniversary.
Born in Pittsburgh, Pa.,
Ruth
married
Davis

COMMUNITY
CALENDAR

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Saturday —USY Shabat Flint Hadassah
Service; and Beth Israel Sis-
Plans to Gather
terhood donor dinner, 6 p.m.
The Ann Lebster Chairlw
Sunday — USY general
Signing a Jewish National Fund contract for the meeting and bowling party; ter, Hadassah, will sponsor
planting of the Albert Einstein Lodge and Chapter and FJCC "That's an education program noon
Forest in Israel, are, center, Doris Frankel, president Entertainment '79" - film Wednesday at Temple Beth
of the chapter, and Sam Freed/Ilan, president of Eins- "The Apprenticeship of El.
Following lunch, Arnold
tein Lodge. At left is Louis Kay, Einstein and Bnai Duddy Kravitz," 2:45 p.m.,
BrithCounciltree chairman, and, right, Percy Kaplan, Mott Memorial Building Feder, executive director of
the Flint Jewish .Cominu-
executive director of Greater Detroit and Michigan Theater.
Monday — ORT Spring nity Council, will -give an
JNF. Einstein will be one of the few lodges in the
Fashion -Show, 11:30 a.m., update and analysis of Is-
International Bnai Brith to sponsor its own forest.
University Club; and Tem- raeli and Middle East af-
fairs, including the peace
Albert Einstein Lodge chairman of the Martyrs ple Beth El board of educa- talks and the effects of ef-
tion meeting, 8 p.m., River
and Chapter of Bnai Brith Forest Committee.
fofts in Iran.
will plant a forest of 10,000
Einstein Lodge and ValleY club house.
Tuesday — Bnai Brith
trees to be located in the BB Chapter, with about 250
Martyrs Forest overlooking members, most of them sur- board meeting, 8 p.m., River
oqugust ( Melding
Jerusalem. The forest will vivors of the Holocaust, was Valley club house.
UJA
Thursday —
be planted under the au- founded about 25 years ago.
nci1415.2, _Zandman
spices of the Jewish Na- It ranks among the top 10 Women's Division seminar
tional Fund.
lodges in the entire inter- and lunch, 10:30 a.m., home
A contract with JNF, national Bnai Brith in the of Sarah Osher; FJCC
Senior Friendship Club
committing Einstein Lodge - purchase of trees and sup-
and Chapter to sponsor the port of JNF, and it is one of meeting, noon, Temple Beth
forest was. signed in the JNF the first lodges to sponsor a El; and FJCC Executive
Committee meeting, 8 p.m.
office, by Sam Freedman forest in Israel.
president of Einstein Lodge
and Doris Frankel,
president bf the chapter, Benefit Slated
Flint Obituaries
together with Percy Kap-
The Michigan Osteo-
lan, executive director of
Sol Wineman, 80
the Greater Detroit and pathic College Foundation
Sol Wineman, owner and
Michigan JNF, and Louis Scholarship Ball will be
Kay, the champion BB tree held 8 p.m. March 24 at the operator of Sample Shoe
Store for more than 30 years
salesman, who is Einstein Raleigh House. Cocktails
will
be
served
at
7.
The
pub-
died March 3 in Tel Aviv,
Lodge tree chairman and
Israel. He was 80.
the metropolitan council's lic is invited.
Born in Toledo, Mr.
Wineman lived many years
MISS LANDMAN
in Flint. He was a member
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Land-
of Cong. Beth Israel. He man of Southfield announce
attended Baker Business , the engagement of their
College.
daughter, Audrey Suzanne, "I
He is survived by his wife, to Michael Levin, son of
Sarah; two daughters, Mrs. Mildred Mandel of
Headmaster, Rabbi Robert Abramson
Muriel Knoffer of Cincin- Southfield, and Mr. Herb
nati, Ohio, and Barbara Levin of West Bloomfield.
Administrator, June Weinberg
Rosky of Tel Aviv; two
An August wedding is
brothers, George of planned.
Chicago, Ill., -and Herb of
154 ( WEltzman
Florida; two sisters, Edith
Dann of Los Angeles, Calif,
to.iNavtg
and Fritz Morse of Mil-
waukee, Wis.; and five
grandchildren.

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Nil DAY SCHOOL

32200 Middlebelt Rd.,
Farmington Hills, _Mich. 48018
Phone 851-2394

OPEN HOUSE

Mon., Mar. 26th, 1979
8 P. 1/1
at
Hillel Day School

Flint Births

Feb. 15 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Vincent Holmes
(Pamela Young of Flint), of
Clarkston, Ga., a son, Brian
Vincent.
4,•••■■ 14,,,

.

Bar Mitzva

We invite parents_of students entering Kindergar-
ten and 1st grade to visit our school, meet our
teachers and headmaster, and learn about our
exciting program.

Hillel — where Judaic and General Education walk hand-in-hand into the future.

1

Hillel Day School of Metropolitan Detroit admits Jewish students of any race, color, national or ethic origin. Its admission and scholarship programs are non-discriminatory. No
child will be denied an education at Hillel because of parents inability to pay the full charges. Tuition . allowances will continue to be granted based on individual needs.

-";

James Rosenthal will
become Bar Mitzva 10 a.m.
March 24 at Temple Beth
El.

Religious Henry

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
During his last visit to Is-
rael, former U.S. Secretary
of State Henry Kissinger
confirmed the report that he
had been an active member
of the Ultra-Orthodox
Agudat Israel while a youth
in Germany.

MISS WEITZMAN

Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Weitzman of Southfield an-
nounce the engagement of,m,
their daughter, Francine, to
Harvey Schlesinger, son of.,
• Mr. Nate Schlesinger of De-
troit and Mrs. Sara 4
Schlesinger of Southfield.
A September wedding is.-.
planned.

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