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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-10-03

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Friday, October 3, 1980

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

you are
cordially invited
to attend

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Flint Is Cited
in CJF Contest

ORCHARD MALL
FASHION EXTRAVAGANZA

7:30 PM IN THE MALL'S CENTRAL COURT

It's a.
SPECIAL FASHION SHOW
A choreographed theatrical express-
ion showing men's, women's and .
children's fashions for all seasons av-
ailable at shops in the Orchard Mall.
Featuring .. .
FREE REFRESHMENTS
for our guests, and
MIME ENTERTAINMENT
Followed by .. .
A DRAWING FOR VALUABLE PRIZES
Just fill in an entry form and deposit it
at the Orchard Mall on Thursday,
October 9. You could win a beautiful
aift , , dinner or clothing from one of the
gift
stores at the Orchard Mall.

ou must be 1S to enter lou need not be pre ,,•nt to

NEW YORK — Flint,
Mich. was one of six small
city Jewish federations to
receive recognition in the
1980 public relations
competition sponsored by
the Council of Jewish Fed-
erations.
Miami, San Francisco,
Los Angeles and New York
were cited in the large cities
category.
San Diego, Cincinnati,
Memphis, Hartford, De-
nver, Southern New Jersey
and Stamford were cited in
the intermediate cities
classification.
In the small cities
classification, besides Flint,
Nashville, Allentown,
Charlotte, Savannah and
Hamilton, Ont. were cited.
Flint was cited for its an-
nual dinner invitation.

In an audience of rough
people a generous senti-
ment always brings down
the house. In the tumult of
war both sides applaud a
heroic deed.
—T.W. Higginson

WM

Employee. and tenant!- of the Orchard Mall are not eligible.)

Orchard Mall
Orchard Lake Rd. & Maple Road
West Bloomfield, MI

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Flint News

Flint Federation to Conduct
Leader Development Event

Rabbi Dov Peretz Elkins
will address a leadership
development meeting of the
Flint Jewish Federation 8
p.m. Wednesday in the
home of Rabbi and Mrs.
Salimi, 1057 Dyecrest. At
5:30 p.m., he will address a
board of directors meeting
in the University Club.
He will speak to the Fed-
eration leaders on "Jewish
Identity." He is the founder
and director of Growth
Associates, a human rela-
tions consulting and pub-
lishing firm in Rochester,
N.Y.
He previously was the
spiritual leader of Har Zion
in Philadelphia, Pa.; the
Jacksonville (Fla.) Jewish
Center and Beth El Roches-
ter, N.Y.
He is the author of 15
books on education, religion
and psychology. Rabbi El-
kins is a member of the

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(Flint Obituaries
Joe Robbins

Joe Robbins, former Flint
resident of Louisville, Ky.,
died Sept. 27. He leaves his
wife, Clyde; two sons, Larry
of Los Angeles and Eugene
Stucker of Louisville; two
daughters, Mrs. Harvey
(Beverly) Kozin of West
Bloomfield and Mrs. Her-
bert (Annette) Rubinstein
of Southfield; three
brothers, Irvin, Arthur and
Jack, all of Chicago, Ill.; a
sister, Edith Fox of Hol-
lywood, Fla.; and 12
grandchildren. Interment
Louisville.

Isaacs to Lead
Flint Jewry

The Flint Jewish Federa-
tion elected Malcolm Isaacs
president at its recent an-
nual meeting.
Other officers are .Betty
Indianer, Bruce Foote and
Mimi Goldstein, vice
presidents; Louis Epstein,
treasurer; and Carol Olds,
secretary.

1100

Steven Hart willbecome
Bar Mitzva 8 p.m. Oct. 17 at
Temple Beth El.
Rachelle Berman will
become Bat Mitzva 9 a.m.
Oct. 18 at Cong. Beth Israel.

Borscht

PRICES GOING UP SOON.

In this day and aye. ev • ryone • s looking for A good
imesiment. !-iom•where you can Watch l our- morel
du somedung For you. That investment is here It's
Hamilton Place. and there•s never been a heifer nine
10 loin than no ■ +. during our :Special Fall Offer
Hamilton Place. the AlTordahle social and illness dill)
".-southheld Take a dip in out 111d001 - pool. essercise
on ihe most modern equipment. log Around ihe
indoor track. take <1 ',Attila. •elas rn die lounge. or
dine with our Friends in the gourmet restaurant.

Sunday — Bnai Brith
Women meeting, noon.
Monday — Hadassah
board meeting, noon.
Tuesday — UJA
Women's Division Cabinet
meeting, 9:30 a.m., Gibby's;
and Bnai Brith meeting, 8
p.m.
Wednesday — "The
Jewish Connection," 7 p.m.,
WFBE.
Thursday — Beth Israel
board meeting, 8 p.m.

Bnai Mitzva

900

Spring 1980

Community
Calendar

1200

1000

Winter 1980

Rabbinical Assembly, Na-
tional Council on Jewish
Education, Conference of
Jewish Communal Work-
ers, Association for
Humanistic Psychology,
Association for Creative
Change in Religious and
Other Social Systems and
the American Society for:-
Training and Development.

HRMIITON
PLACE

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(Between 12
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By NORMA BARACH
(Copyright 1980, JTA, Inc.)
2 bunches of beets,
peeled and grated coursely
12 cups water
2 tbsps. coarse salt
juice of 1 lemon
3/4 cup sugar
sour cream
Combine all ingredients ex-
cept sour cream in a large pot.
Bring to a boil, cover and sim-
mer for 20 minutes. Add more
lemon juice or sugar to taste.
Refrigerate. When ready to
serve, top each bowl with a
couple of tablespoons of sour
cream. Serves 8.

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