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May 25, 1979 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-05-25

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Friday, May 25, 1919

48

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Tomkiewicz Fund Begun
for Akiva Beth Midrash

Flint News

Soviet Jews to Wed in Flint

encourage the expectation
77_• A fund to establish the that the fund will have
Zvi Tomkiewicz Beth Mid-
rash at the Akiva Hebrew many generous supporters.
Pointing out that the
Day School was inaugu-
rated last week at a meeting late Mr. Tomkiewicz was
at the offices of Mark a founder of Akiva He-
Schlussel, an active com- brew Day School and its
mittee member in charge of supporter through the
raising the $100,000 needed years, Tanzman said the
for the planned Beth Mid- decision to establish the
fund was a spontaneous
rash.
Tanzman, expression of gratitude to
David
president of the Akiva, the memory of - the
stated that initial gifts Mizrachi-Bar-Ilan execu-
tive director for whom
education was a major
objective.
Phillip Stollman and
Rabbi James Gordon, active
Akiva Day School leaders,
supplemented the Tanzman
announcement by urging
"Son of C. Trojan"
that gifts to the Tomkiewicz
CUSTOM FURNITURE
Beth Midrash Fund be sent
to Akiva.
&CARPET CLEANING

A romance that bloomed Stchrommer met in Vienna,
while two Soviet Jewish Austria, and continued to
families were going through see each other while their
the process of relocating in families were in Rome for
the United States will cul- three months awaiting
minate in a June 10 wed- sponsorhsip.
The Stchrommers went to
ding at Cong. Beth Israel.
Irene Gaukhberg, daugh- New York City and the
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Adolf Gaukhbergs arrived in
Gaukhberg, will marry Flint last December under
Oleg Stchrommer, son of arrangements by the Flint
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jewish Community Coun-
cil.
Stchrommer.
Miss Gaukhberg and

Women Will Hold
Election Meeting

Trojan

ON LOCATION
FREE ESTIMATES
Phone
576-1140

Temple Beth El Sister-
hood will hold its election
meeting 12:30 p.m. June 4
at the temple.
The sisterhood also will
have a rummage sale 9
a.m.-4 p.m. June 11 at the
temple. Volunteers are
needed. To volunteer, call
Sarah Feldman, 235-8153,
or Paula Rosenfeld, 732-
2481.

Say not thou: 'I will re-
quite evil;' wait for the Lord,
and He will save thee.



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BEEN HELPING PEOPLE RID THEMSELVES OF UN-
SIGHTLY HAIR EVER SINCE.

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.

Flint Bnai Brith will
sponsor a trip to see a De-
troit Tiger baseball game 8
p.m. June 26.
There is a charge, a
bus will be chartered, and
bus fare is extra: Advance
paid reservations should be
sent by June 1 to Damor S.
Mitshkun, 1200 River Val-
ley Dr., Flint, 48504.

WORKS!

..:

Rose Hurand, 85

Baseball Outing
Planned by BB

ELECTROLYSIS

IF YOU HAVE EMBARRASSING HAIR ON THE FACE,
UPPER LIP, ARMS, LEGS, OR THIGHS, IT CAN BE
REMOVED PERMANENTLY. NOT BY GADGETS, NOT BY
PROMISED MIRACLES, BUT BY MEDICALLY APPROVED
ELECTROLYSIS.

Flint Obituaries

Confirmation Set
at Flint Beth El

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BY APPOINTMENT — 557-8115 ::: '1 :

Confirmation services
will be held at Temple Beth
El 8 p.m. Thursday.
Temple Beth El confir-
mands are: Kathy Cohen,
Jason . Engelman, Michael
Hart, Gordon Pelavin, Ilene
Reiter and Lawrence Ro-
senthal.

Rose Hurand, a member
of Jewish communal and
women's organizations,
died May 14 at age 85.
Born in England, Mrs.
Hurand lived most of' her
life in Flint. She was a
member of Cong. Beth Is-
rael and ifs sisterhood,
Women's American ORT,
Hadassah and Pioneer
Women. She resided at 1515
Linwood.
She is survived by a son,
Arthur; a brother, Meyer
Coleman; three sisters,
Shirley Knopp and Lee De-
mbitz, both of Florida, and
Ida Tyner of New Mexico.

Flint Hadassah
Plans Installation

Vicki Winston will be in-
stalled as president of the
Keren Or Group of Hadas-
sah 7 p.m. June 5 at the El
Rancho Restaurant.
Guest speaker and instal-
ling officer will be Donna
Sherman, regional
president.
Officers to be installed
with Ms. Winston are:
Linda Roberts, Lynne Weiss
and Barb Rittman, vice
presidents; Florence Be-
rner, secretary; Nancy
Garber, treasurer; and
Sandy Leavitt, membership
chairman.

Mrs. Kozenn Chajes Honored
by Austrians at Mozart Fete

Representatives of the
Austrian government
joined with Austrian Con-
sul in Detroit Norman
Birnkrant in honoring
Marguerite Kozenn Chajes
Sunday at the Grosse Pointe
War Memorial.
The occasion was the 20th
anniversary of the Mozart
concerts which were inau-
gurated by the Pro Mozart
Society of Detroit which was
organized by Mrs. Chajes in
1956 on the 200th anniver-
sary of the birth of
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Mrs. Chajes was pre-
sented with a gold medall-
ion by Austrian Consul
General Dr. Erich Kristen
and Consul Birnkrant, who
expressed appreciation for
Mrs. Chajes' artistic
endeavors and her efforts in
sponsoring the Mozart con-
certs.
West German Consul
Richard Wagner and
Vice Consul Pauls were
among the guests at a re-
ception that followed the
concert.
In explanatory com-
ments, Mrs. Chajes anno-
tated the works of Mozart,
Beethoven, Schubert, Men-
delssohn, Schumann, Liszt
and Puccini which were in-
cluded in the afternoon pro-
gram.
More than 400 showed
enthusiastic acclaim for the
program participants,

Flint People
Make News

"Two-Party
Budget Service
may help you
save money
on your
phone bill."

Michigan Bell

Two-Party Budget
Service is especially
designed for people
with fixed incomes, such
as retirees. For a low
monthly charge* you
would share a two-party
line and have an
allowance of 44 local
calls a month. Extra
local calls you make
are only 5.1¢ each. This
is about the lowest-cost
phone service in the
country. If you think
Two-Party Budget Service
might be what you need,
just call your Michigan
Bell Business Office
and talk to a service
representative about it.

`Plus rural zone charges where applicable.

Michigan Bell . . . people who enjoy serving people.

Steven R. Green and
Mark J. Pelavin, seniors
at Valley School, have been
designated as regents -
alumni scholars for 1979 by
the University of
Michigan-Ann Arbor. The
designation is given "in
recognition of outstanding
academic achievement,
scholarly promise and
potential contribution to
the university community."

COMMUNITY
CALENDAR

(

Tuesday — Joint board
meeting, noon, Temple Beth
El; and Temple Beth El
Confirmation Class rehear-
sal.
Thursday — FJCC
Senior Friendship Club
meeting, noon, Temple Beth
El.

A man's goings are of the
Lord; how then can man
look to his way?

members of the Pro-Mozart
Society and leaders in the
Greater Detroit musical
ranks, who appeared in
songs and selections on -Bo-
lin and piano.
Pianist Lawrence LaGore
was the musical director.
Participating artists were:
Wyn Landis, soprano; Ear-
nestine Nimmons, soprano -,
Roma Riddell, soprano; Tom
Pedersen, bass-bari
Rosemarie Munch, m
soprano; Emily M. Austin,
violinist; Clinton Andrews,
cellist; Edward Kingins, ,
tenor; Ruth Burczyk,
pianist; and Virginia Per-
son, soprano.

Rabbi Lawton's
Name Recorded

Former Detroit educator
Rabbi Irvin Lawton's name
has been included in the
Museum at Bet Hagdudim
at Avi-Chail, Israel.
Rabbi Lawton was a
member of the Jewish
Legion during World War I
and fought with
Trumpledor in Palestine.
He was wounded and cared
for by Hadassah nurses.
Rabbi and Mrs. Lawton.
now live in Sherman Oak5,,
Calif.

.

ARRY FREEDMAN

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