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May 07, 1982 - Image 56

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-05-07

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56 Friday, May 1, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

ANYONE

Persons extremely re-
served and diffident are like
the old enameled watches,
which had painted covers
that hindered you from se-
eing what time it was.
—Walpole

who has had a bad
experience with

Taylor Ambulance Service

please contact

963-0565 betw. 9-5 M-F

--

A

MARC
ANKERMAN

Disc Jockey
"The Best Musit in Town"

Parties, Dances &
Special Occasions

Flint News

LIGHTS- SOUND
EXPERIENCE

Under Supervision of
The Council of Orthodox Rabbis

STRICTLY KOSHER MEAT MARKET

13831 W. 9 Mile Rd., Oak Park 543-7092

OPEN FRIDAY TIL 4:00

Fruit, Vegetable and
Delicatessen

AT GREAT PRICES

$1 59
MIDDLE CHUCK ROAST
$2 39
SHOULDER ROAST
$1.39
WHOLE CHUCK (50-60 lbs.)
$2 39
2nd CUT VEAL CHOPS
VEAL BREAST- with pocket $1.39
PRODUCE
LOW, LOW PRICES

lb.
lb.
lb.
lb.
lb.

.

NEW YORK — The Bnai
Brith Foundation presented
cludes a game card, snacks, this year's William Haber
soft drinks and deli dinner. Award to the university
programs department of
There will be prizes.
For reservations by Sun- United Jewish Appeal in a
day, call Judy Mallon, 733- ceremony last week at the
0574; Lynne Weiss, 733- foundation's headquarters
0609; or Linda Roberts, in Washington.
The award, established in
695-0947.
honor of William Haber, a
former dean and currently
adviser to the executive
Community
officers at the University of
Calendar
Michigan, recognizes corn-
munal agencies whose pro-
Monday — Hadassah gramming and projects
board meeting, home of have strengthened the qual-
Miriam Gotlib; and Joint ity of Jewish life on campus.
The UJA won the award
board meeting, 8 p.m,
Tuesday — Hashachar for a Student Advisory
Bogrim meeting, 5:30 pp., Board (SAB) project.
Cong. Beth Israel.
Created in 1977 by Judy
Wednesday — UJA Flumenbaum, national di-
Men's Division Telethon, 6 rector, the board now has 80
p.m., Stephen Klein's office. members. The SABers are
Thursday — FJF Senior young Jewish leaders who
Friendship Club, noon, have served as chairperson
Temple Beth El; and Beth of a campus campaign and
Israel board of directors, 8 are now advising current
campus campaign leaders.
p.m.

Flint Beth El Sisterhood Donor Planned

Flint's Temple Beth El
Sisterhood will have its
49th annual donor noon
Tuesday in the temple.
A musical presentation,
"Strike Up the Band with
Gershwin Plus," will high-
light the donor.
For reservations, call
Ethel Bateman, 767-5126;

Nancy Ilanflik, 238-5407;
or Reni Steinberg, 732-
3603.
Meanwhile, the women
announced that their
games night has been re-
scheduled for 7:30 p.m.
May 15 in the Philip and
Anna Catsman Social
Hall.
Cost of the evening in-

Gotlib-Lavin Vows Spoken

546-5797-544-0454

UJA Named
for Haber Prize

Lavin
and
Linda
Jonathan Gotlib were mar-
ried recently at Temple
Beth El, Springfield, Mass.
The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin
Lavin of Longmeadow,
Mass. Parents of the brideg-
room are Mr'. and Mrs.
Benzion Gotlib of Flint.
Matron of honor was Mrs.
Mark Gordon of Bloomfield
Hills, sister of the bride-
groom. David Gotlib of
Kalamazoo was his
brother's best man. Ushers
were: Mark Gordon, Robert
Lavin, Kenneth Lavin,
Leonard Neikrie, David
Gotlib and Jay Sklarsky.
The new Mrs. Gotlib
was graduated cum
laude from Brandeis
University and the

Neil Midler will become
Bar Mitzva at services 9
a.m. May 15 at Cong. Beth
Israel.

MRS. GOTLIB

American University
Law School in- Washing-
ton. She attended He-
brew University in
Jerusalem. ,
Her husband was
graduated magna cum
laude from the University of
Michigan and is a JD degree
candidate at the Cardozo
School of Law at Yeshiva
University. He also
attended Hebrew Univer-
sity.
The couple are residing in
New York.

r

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SAVE
ENERGY

$$

ELECTRIFY
YOUR GASLIGHT
NOW!

Exclusive RELITE
fixture duplicates
gaslight charm
at 1/10th the energy
cost.

Edward Berman

MOTHER'S DAY SPECIAL

LOX RIOT!

5/7-5/16

$397

1 /2

Reg. $11 98 lb.

lb.

We reserve the right
• to limit quantities.

GOOD AT ALL DETROIT BAGEL CARRY-OUT DELIS

TUESDAY NITE IS BAGEL NITE!
$1 50
L doz.
Reg. $140
per doz.
I

Plain, Salt, Egg,
Onion & Garlic

s.,

BAGELS & BIALYS
4 p.m. to Close

No Coupons Either Special
10 MILE & COOLIDGE
detrOit
MT. CLEMENS (16 Mile & Groesbeck)
ROCHESTER (In Hampton Plaza)

bageL

LOX SALE ONLY AT FOLLOWING LOCATIONS:

• 1 MILE & MIDDLEBELT
14 MILE & ORCHARD LAKE RD.
F act ry • • SQUARE
LAKE RD & WOODWARD
Main Office: 559-5233
• 6 MILE & NEWBURGH

, -

Edward Berman, former
Flint resident of Sherman
Oaks, Calif., died April 9.
He is survived by his wife,
Pearl; a daughter, Mrs.
Harvey (Jackie) Saltz of
Encino, Calif.; and two
grandchildren.

Elaine Barnett

Elaine Barnett, co-
chairman of the Women's
Division of the Flint United
Jewish Appeal, died April 4
at age 63.
Mrs. Barnett was a
member of Flint's Temple
Beth El, Hadassah, Temple
Beth El Sisterhood and the
Flint Jewish Federation
Board of Directors. She
previously was chairman of
the Flint UJA Women's Di-
vision.
She attended Stephens
College in Missouri and was
a graduate of the University
of Michigan. Mrs. Barnett
also was a former president
of the Flint Community
Players and directed and
performed in many of the
organization's productions.
She was a member of
the Atlas Valley Country
Club, Flint Golf Club and
was a school teacher in
the Flint School system.
She was an officer in
Roberts David Alan, Inc.
Mrs. Barnett is survived
by her husband, Robert; a
daughter, Judith Singer of
Grand Blanc; a brother,
Robert Goldstein; a sister,
Janice Goldstein; and three
grandchildren.

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