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December 21, 1979 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-12-21

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NE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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48 Friday, December 21, 1979

REMEMBER

THE BLUE BOX
AND EVERYTHING IT
STANDS FOR ON EVERY
IMPORTANT OCCASION.

Bnai Brith Activities

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MAURICE C. ZEIGER
LODGE elected Ronald

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Ellis president at its recent
election meeting. Other
officers are: Arthur
Gladstone, Robert Pliskow
and Seymour Burg, vice
presidents; Sheldon Kohn
and Sanford Pliskow,
secretaries; Edward

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The

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all types of home repair & handiwork.
Electrical, Plumbing, Carpentry &
Most Major Appliance Repairs.

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968-0487

no Sabbath
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Skulsky, chaplain; Bernard
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Steve Meyers, Nate Stein-
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Houseman, Edward Leven-
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trustees.

• • •
COUPLETS UNIT will


Pisgah Lodge Anniversary
Marked at Beth El Service

Pisgah Lodge of Bnai
Brith will celebrate its
125th anniversary at
Shabat services 8 p.m. today
at Temple Beth El.
Founded in 1854 by
members of Temple Beth El,
the lodge was chartered in
1857. Since its founding, it
has been dedicated to help-
ing Jewish immigrants and
involving itself in wider
communal causes.

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Its first president was
Jacob Silberman, who
also was the first
president of the temple.

"Meditations in an
Anatomy Laboratory and
Other Poems" by psychiat-
rist Dr. Irving I. Edgar has
just been published by
Philosophical Library.
The book of poems repre-
sents the author's feelings
on the meaning or
meaninglessness of life.
A native of Poland, Dr.
Edgar was educated in De-
troit. He is affiliated with
several professional
psychiatric associations and
is a past president of the
Michigan Jewish Historical
Society, whose publication,
Michigan Jewish History,
he edits.

Richard H. Lobenthal, di-
rector of the Michigan
Regional office of the
Anti-Defamation League of
Bnai Brith, will be the guest
speaker at the service.
Rabbi Richard C. Hertz will
dedicate the service to Pis-
gah Lodge.

Flint N - ews
Men's Basketball Season Starts

The Flint Jewish Corn- Dan Gotlieb, Gil Himelhoch
munity Council men's bas- and Norm Leavitt.
Anyone wishing to play
ketball team has launched
its 1979-1980 season in the may call Carl or Dan
Flint YMCA Inter-Church Rittman at (517) 725-9805.
-
Athletic Association.
The FJCC team, playing La peer Residents
as Temple Beth El, is corn- Tendered Party
prised of Scott Klein, Carl
The Lapeer Visiting
Rittman, Dan Rittman, Rob
Hurand, David Hurand, Jon Committee of the Flint
Jewish Community Council
Pines, Mike Pines, Jerome
Feldman, Max Engelman, provided a Hanuka party
for the Jewish residents of
the Oakdale Center last
Community
week.
Assisting the chairman,
Calendar
Esther Harris, were Fannie
Thursday — FJCC Sorkin, Sarah Akner, Be-
ssie Ring, Zelda Scho, Sonia
Senior Friendship Club
Schafer, Eva Fisher, Ruby
Hanuka party, 5 p.m., Cong.
Beth Israel; and Maxine Fisher and Blanche
and The Jewish Connection, Dunayer.
" 6:30 p.m., station WFBE.

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10:30-4:30

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have a family rollerskating
party 10:30 a.m. Dec. 30 at
the Bonaventure rink in
Farmington Hills. There is
a charge for admission and
skate rental. For informa-
tion, call the Stan
Liebowitzes, 661-2485; the
David Citrins, 476-3033; or
the Iry Yellins, 545-4449.

Dr. Edgar Prints
Poetry Collection

U 6-1798

Conversion Topic
of Hart Lecture

The Dr. Max Hart Adult
Education Series will spon-
sor a talk by Prof. Norman
Mirsky of Hebrew Union
College, California campus,
8 p.m. Jan. 6 at Temple Beth
El. He will speak on "Con-
version."
Dessert and coffee will be
served.

Robert Weiss
Named to Office

Robert E. Weiss has been
named Genesee County
Prosecutor.
Weiss was graduated
from the University of De-
troit Law School. In 1963,
he became a research assis-
tant for the prosecutor's
office.

Flint People
Make News

Dr. Jeffrey Edward
Ledis has been certified by

the American Board of
Internal Medicine as a dip-
lomate in the sub-specialty
of cardiovascular disease.

Things will get worse be-
fore they get better.

LEVEL with ME!

What Do I Have To Do
To Sell You A Car?

I'LL LEVEL with YOU!

Life often seems like a
long shipwreck of which the
debris are friendship, glory,
and love ... the shores of
existence are strewn with
them.

Call me,

Larry Friedman
at 474-0500 or

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