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January 09, 1981 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-01-09

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Friday, January 9, 1981 45

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Home for Aged Re-Elects
Fleischman as President

Marvin Fleischman was
re-elected president for a
second term of the Jewish
Home for Aged.
Re-elected as officers of
the facility were: Robert
Steinberg, vice president;
Daniel Clark, treasurer;
Milford Nemer, secretary;
and Charles Wolfe, assis-
tant secretary.
Re-elected as officers of
di the facility were: Robert
Steinberg, vice president;
Daniel Clark, treasurer;
Milford Nemer, secretary;
d Charles Wolfe, assis-
t secretary.
s 'e-elected for three-year
terms on the board of direc-
tors were: Paul Borman,
Clark, Marilyn Fishman,
Hyman Kramer, Dr. Stan-
ley Levy, Nemer, Irving
Rose, Dulcie Rosenfeld, I.
William Sherr, Joseph
Slatkin and Robert Welling.
New members are Burt
Farbman and Evelyn
Kasle, two-year terms;
and Nathan Goldin,
Samuel Rich and Gerald
Rosenbloom, three-year
terms.
Wolfe, who has been affil-
iated with the Home for
Aged for 10 years and

Flint News I

Adult Classes at Beth Israel

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MARVIN FLEISCHMAN

executive director for the
past five, was unanimously
elected executive vice
president.
Honored "for their out-
standing contribution to the
home" and elected to the
board as life members were:
Jean Arkin, Dr. David Be-
nson, Charles Milan, David
Miro and Shirley Zeldes.

Custom forms us all; our
thoughts, our morals, our
most fixed beliefs, are con-
sequences of the place of our
birth.
—Hill

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Announcing Our New Addition

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Cong. Beth Israel will
begin a series of adult
studies classes Jan. 20 in
the synagogue.
There is a charge, and
checks should be made pay-
able to the synagogue. For
details, call the school
office, 732-6312; or Pinhas
Fellus, 232-4049.
Among the courses are:
Prayer, Jewish Woman,
Challenge and Response,
Selected Readings in
Jewish Thought, Under-
standing the Siddur, He-

Yiddish Class
at Flint Beth El

Flint's Temple Beth El
will conduct a class in con-
versational Yiddish 10 a.m.
Sunday in the Catsman
Hall of the temple.
Dr. Saul Gorne will be the
instructor. Other classes in-
clude: Beginning Hebrew, 9
a.m.; Intermediate Hebrew
and Conversational Yid-
dish, 10 a.m.; and "Reform
Judaism Today — Where It
Is at and Where It Is Going,"
11:15 a.m.

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Flint People
Make News

Gerald J. Osher re-
ceived an MD degree from
the University of Michigan
Medical School.

COmmunity
Calendar

brew, Language of Judaism,
Reading Hebrew and
Synagogue Skills and Bible.

Flint Obituaries

Max Davis

Max Davis, co-owner of
the Max Davis Jewelry
Store, died Dec. 27 at age 76.
Born in Pittsburgh, Pa.,
Mr. Davis was a resident of
Flint for most of his life. He
was a member of Cong. Beth
Israel, Bnai Brith, Fellow-
ship Lodge of the Masons, El
Khurafeh Temple, Elks and
Old Newsboys.
He is survived by his wife,
Ruth; a son, Dr. Jerome of
Detroit; a daughter, Mrs.
Bernard (Arlene) Harris;
two brothers, Samuel of
Omaha, Neb., and Edward
of Cincinnai, Ohio; a sister,
Mrs. Irving (Grace) Katz;
seven grandchildren and
one great-granddaughter.

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, Mr. Finkelstein was
graduated from Tennessee
Military Institute in 1969.
He attended Marysville
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Lafayette.
He is survived by his
father, Dr. Theodore; and a
brother, Hal.

Couple Tells
Wedding Plan

Come visit our salon
and join in the celebration

PROF

Members of the Met- who occupies the chair of
ropolitan Detroit Chapter of Hebrew studies at New
Hadassah, Sinai Hospital York University. He will
Guild and Shaarey Zedek speak on "Jewish Women in
Sisterhood, all three organ- History."
Mrs. .Martin was re-
izations of which the late
Tillie Martin had been investment chairman for Is-
president have been invited rael Bonds. She also was
to join the Shaarey Zedek founding chairman of Sinai
membership and the com- Hospital Guild's "Arch of
munity at large, in paying Friends" Medical Research
tribute to her by attending Fund. Her husband, Dr.
the inauguration of the Til- Peter A. Martin, is co-
lie Martin Memorial Lec- chairman of the cultural
ture Series 8 p.m. Tuesday commission.
at Shaarey Zedek.
Mrs. Martin was a
"DANCIN"
member of the Shaarey
WITH
ESTHER 9
Zedek Board of Trustees.
DANCERCISE
Sponsored by the Tillie
Boogie into fitness, Swing,
Martin Memorial Fund
Disco, Latin, Jazz, Country,
under the aegis of the
Tai Chi. Techniques transfer-
Shaarey Zedek Cultural
able to dance floor. Males-
Commission, the first lec-
Females welcome. 851-
ture in the series will be
2075. January classes.
given by Dr. Cyrus Gordon,

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MISS GREENGARTEN

Mr. and Mrs. David
Greengarten of Bridgeport,
Conn., announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter, Wendy Meryl, to Har-
vey Leonard Reiter, son of
Mr. and Mrs: Samuel Reiter
of West Bloomfield.
Miss Greengarten was
graduated from Syracuse
University with a BS degree
in elementary education
and the University of Rhode
Island with a 'master's de-
gree in library science.
Her fiance was graduated
from Michigan State Uni-
versity with a BA degree in
economics and from Boston
University, where he
earned a JD degree.
A May wedding is
planned

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