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June 15, 1979 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-06-15

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24 Friday, June 15, 1979

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Flint News

LOSE 11-25 POUNDS
in just

6 WEEKS

Quickly-Safely-
Permanently You
can do it...and
we're here to
help make
it happen
at Daily
Diet Coun-
seling

Youth, Teachers to Join Special Summer Programs

Five students from Flint
will participate in the Israel
Summer Program and five
teachers will attend educa-
tion programs, the Flint
Jewish Community Council
Commission on Jewish

A sport suit is the ideal gift for Dod on his day.
To be wort as a suit, sport coat and casual slack.
Versatility is the word for Spring. Smart summer
fabrics in splendid color combinations make the
sport suit a way of life for the summer season.

r

NATIONAL ADVERTISP

• SUITS • JACKETS • SPORT COATS
• SLACKS
AND ALL HABERDASHERY

Community
Calendar

Monday — USY instal-

lation, 2 p.m., Swim and
Raquet Club, 7 p.m. dinner
at Temple Beth El; and
Temple Beth. El Board of
Education, 8 p.m.
Tuesday — ORT meet-
ing, 8 p.m.

13641 W. 9 Mile, Oak Park

Just West of Coolidge

LI 5-3558

Harry

Cl .STOM

Wednesday — Hadassah

Monday, Thursday
9 to 9
Tues., Wed., Fri. Sat.
9 to 6:30
SUN. 11 to 3

meeting, noon.

Thursday — FJCC
Senior Friendship Club,
noon, Temple Beth El; Bnai
Brith Women Installation,
7 p.m., home of Lee Silber-
man; and ZOA meeting, 8
p.m.

CIA • MP:It

For Dads and Grads

fE)

1.

Flint BB Women
Receive Award

Flint Chapter, Bnai Brith
Women, was given an
award for community serv-
ice at the annual Midwegt
Region conference. The
chapter was cited for its
book project for prisons in
Michigan.
The award, presented in
May, was in recognition "of
outstanding contributions
to the spirit and meaning of
Bnai Brith Women" by
coordinating the "Best On-
going Project."
The chapter donated
books to state prisons at
Jackson and Marquette,
Kinross Correctional
Facility and Ionia Riverside
Facility.
Additional books of
Jewish content and written
in English are still needed,
according to co-chairmen
Rita Persky and Rose
Rubenstein. Person wishing
to contribute books should
call Ms. Rubenstein, - 238-
3442.

Campaign Workers
Dinner Is Planned

S ir

11

Education announced.
Mimi Goldstein, chair-
man, said four of the stu-
dents will join the ISRA-
Camp tour and the other the
National Federation of
Temple Youth.

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The new Seiko Quartz
Solar Alarm Chronograph
that can run up to
10 years on a single battery.

This latest example of Seiko Quartz technology operates up to
10 years without a battery change. You can set the
alarm to sound automatically at the same time every day and
there's an hourly signal, too. Plus a precision stopwatch
that measures to 1/10th of a second. It even has a battery
recharge indicator. Pure elegance—in a compact water-resistant
case for the first time. $295 in yellow, gilt panel. In stainless
steel, with a black panel, $250. Seiko Quartz.$

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Creative JeAelers

Master Charge & VISA are Welcome
29173 Northwestern Hwy.
(1 blk. N. of 12 Mile) Southfield
356.2525

Open Mon. thru Wed. 10 to 6
Thurs. & Fri. 10 to 8 / Sat. 10 to 6

A pot luck dinner for .
United Jewish Appeal
board members and their
spouses along with Cam-
paign workers and their
spouses is scheduled for 6
p.m. June 28 in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Foote.
Officers will be elected.
Campaign workers reports
are needed.

Bar Mitzva

Scott Harris will become
Bar Mitzva 6 p.m. June 23
at Cong. Beth Israel.

Softball Begins

The Flint Jewish Com-
munity Council team will
participate in the Inter-
Church Athletic Associa-
tion softball program of the
Flint YMCA, managed by
Jerome Feldman. Games
are played 5:45 and 7:15
p.m. Monday, Tuesday and
Friday through July 20.

Three of the five teachers
will attend a conference on
alternatives in Jewish edu-
cation and two will go to the
Gesell Institute for nursery
school teachers.

NO SHOTS
NO DRUGS
NO CONTRACTS

Call today and
get started on -
your- way to a
healthie , hap-
pier, thinner

Flint People
Make News

Ronald A. Suber re-
ceived the "Principal's Out-
standing Student Award" at
Zimmerman Junior High
School.

Bari D. Suber was
named fourth runner-up in
the State of Michigan Teen-
age America Pageant held
at Eastern Michigan Uni-
versity.

30233 Southfield Rd. Suite 112
in the Cranbrook Centre

642-5 66 5
Aliiimimmommwer■
,

See "THE LEADER" Today

Morris
Buick

IS THE GUY

IS THE BUY

OPEN MON. & THURS. 'TIL 9 P.M.

WHERE EVERY DAY
IS SALE DAY

W 7 Mile At Lodge X-Way

342-7100

12 Mile & Northwestern
Franklin Shopping Plaza
- Southfield

M.

ry

.4. 4...i.

356-5454

An Art Gallery and More!

Large Selection of Fine Prints
Reproductions
Fine Art Posters
Custom Framing
Museum Replicas

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Family Events
Planned by FJCC

The Flint Jewish Com-
munity Council is making
plans for family-oriented
summer activities this year.
A committee headed by
Emily Bank will plan
semi-weekly programs,
starting in late June or
early July.

Services Listed

Temple Beth El an-
nounces Shabat services
will be held 6 p.m. Fridays
from June 22 to July 27.

IA BIBUO1H

Complete Selection:

• Books

• Magazines • Newspapers

Franklin Shopping Plaza, 12 Mile'.& Northwestern
(Next to Healthy Jones)

353-6762

Open 7 Days, Daily at 10, Sunday at 9 am

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