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February 08, 1980 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-02-08

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Flint News

Luncheon Tour Scheduled Feb. 26

The Flint Jewish Com- Beth El, Cong. Shaarey
munity Council will sponsor Zedek and Jewish Commu-
a mini-Jewish tour and nity Center, at which a
luncheon Feb. 26, leaving 9 kosher luncheon will be
a.m. from Flint's Temple served.
Beth El.
There is a charge. For in-
The trip will include a formation, call Judy Kasle,
tour of Detroit's Temple 767-5922.

musteries at the mine

..)

Exciting entertainment for your club or organization An
amazing demonstration of ESP and mind reading with audi-
ence participation.

547-2464

Mel Eisenberg

katzman
photographic

CREATIVE PHOTOGRAPHS

(313)
569-7169

• Weddings
• Bar Mitzvah's
• Portraits
• All Occasions

SUSAN FOX MAKES UNIQUE JEWELRY

Jewelry that rides the rainbow from fun and
humerous pieces designed to reflect the wearer's
personality to classic elegant statements in silver,
gold and precious stones.

Ask to see Susan at One of a Kind

29983 Northwestern, Southfield
358-1280 by appointment

HAPPY BIRTHDAY

To Our Grandmother

ZELDA LEVITT

With Love —
Lori, Joseph, Todd, Tiffany

DAD
CONGRATULATIONS



Friday, February 8, 1980 41

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

ON MAKING IT TO
FEBRUARY 4, 1980
LOVE,
T.J., SHERRI & STEVEN

- 357-1056

SUITE 110-HERITAGE PLAZA
24901 NORTHWESTERN HWY.
SOUTHFIELD

JEWELERS

IS STILL BUYING

GOLD, SILVER &
PLATINUM

Including

Sterling
Tea Sets & Tableware

Community
Calendar

Sunday — USY general
meeting.
Tuesday — Flint-UJA
Women's Division cabinet
meeting, 2 p.m., Council
office; FJCC CRC meeting,
5:30 p.m.; and Keren Or
meeting, 8 p.m.
Thursday — FJCC
Senior Friendship Club,
noon, Temple Beth El; and
Beth Israel Sisterhood
board of education, 8 p.m.

Flint
rEngagements

Dr. and Mrs. Jack E.
Portney of Flint announce
the engagement of their
Shelley
daughter,
Portney, to Lenny Jay
Hutton, son of Shirley Hut-
ton of West Bloomfield and
the late Dr. Morris Hutton.
Miss Portney is a senior at
Wayne State University's
law school. Her fiance is a
senior at the WSU School of
Medicine. A spring wedding
is planned.

Sister-hood Plans
Annual Donor

Cong. Beth Israel Sister-
hood's 49th annual donor
will be held noon March 5 in
the synagogue. Co-
Chairmen Tobie Katz and
Sandy Reznick announce
that the sisterhood will
celebrate its 60th birthday
this year.
Ad book chairman is
Diane Ring. An original
play has been written by
Roz Kramer and Anita Kip-
pelman. For reservations,
call Marilyn Makrouer,
732-0410; or Arlene Harris,
234-8857.

Folk Dancing
at Beth Israel

Israeli folk dancing will
be held 6:30 p.m. Sunday at
Cong. Beth Israel. Adults
age 18 and up are invited.
Amy Koplow is the in-
structor. There is a charge,
and refreshments will be
served.

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Flint People
Make News

Dr. Jeffrey Jackerson
has been accepted as a
member of the Michigan
Association of Osteopathic
Physicians and Surgeons,
Inc.

Bar Mitzva

Myron Goldstein will
become Bar Mitzva 9 a.m.
Feb. 23 at Cong. Beth Isarel.

Volunteers Needed to Assist
Israeli Independence Festival

Volunteers are still being
sought for the community-
wide annual Israel inde-
pendence celebration to be
held April 19 and 20 at the
main Jewish Community
Center.
Among the committees
which are still looking for
volunteers are: Publicity,
finance, decoration, ex-
hibits and booths and vol-
unteers (hosts, telephone
squad, set-up).
Theme of this year's cele-
bration will be "To Israel
With Love."

Parents to Hold
a Mini-Auction

The PTA of the Yeshivath
Beth Yehudah and the Sally
Allan Alexander Beth
Jacob School for Girls will
hold a mini-auction 8 p.m.
Tuesday in the home of
Judy Butrimovitz, 15070
Burton, Oak Park.
Refreshments will be
served and women are in-
vited. For information, call
Debbie Blitz, 968-1763.

questions on the Mideast,
Israeli music performed by
the Center Symphony Or-
chestra, a documentary film
about the Tel Av iv-
Maccabia basketball team
and an Israel song and
dance troupe.
To volunteer, call Adele
Silver at the Center, 661-
1000, ext. 218.

The April 19 festivities

will include a Yom
Hazikaron torchlighting
ceremony and
entertainment. On April
20, there will be a Mac-
cabia (Olympics); a
multi-media presenta-
tion, "Israel Alive and
Singing"; a religious
school competition;
"Meet the Press"; pre-
school activities; and
more.
Chairman Shelly Jackier
announced there also will
be a telephone hook-up to
Israel Prime Minister
Menahem Begin, an Israeli
disco, a panel of Con-
gressmen who will answer

Bloom Q&Q- Bloom

Registered Electrologists

Come in and let us remove your unwanted
hair problem and improve your appear-
ance.
Ask For Shirtee or Debby.

Appt. only

358-5493

11 Mile between Evergreen & Southfield

RED CARPET SALON

Group to Discuss
Holocaust Era

Children of Holocaust
Survivors will meet 1:30
p.m. Sunday at the 10 Mile
Jewish Community Center.
David Bergman, a sur-
vivor of the concentration
camps, will discuss his per-
sonal experiences with the
aid of a slide presentation.
Rabbi Charles
Rosenzveig, who is active on
behalf of survivors organ-
izations and the Holocaust
Memorial Center, also will
be on hand.
For information, call Sam
Fried, 855-9729 or 827-
5372; or Fran Klein Parker,
477-8615 or 477-8575.

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