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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-12-02

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Israeli Singer to Be at JCCenter

Israeli • folk/country
singer Aric Sinai will ap-
pear in concert 8 p.m. Dec.
13 at the main Jewish
Community Center. •
Sinai won the David's
Harp Award (equivalent of
the U.S. Grammy Award)in
1982. Among his other
awards is an Israeli gold re-
cord.
He appeared in the Israeli
musical, "Abraham," and
has performed throughout

The Ner Tamid, or per-
petual light, found in most
synagogues is based on the

Morris Branch will feature
a talk by Heidi Press, asso-
Sinai will be accom- ciate news editor of The
panied by guitarist Dani Jewish News, at 1 p.m. Dec.
Robas.
9 in room 13 of the Morris
For ticket information, Branch.
call the Jewish Center, •
Miss Press will speak on
661-1000.
"From Start to Finish —
Printing The Jewish News."
Lecture for Seniors
Senior adults are invited
at Morris Branch
The Friday Lecture free of charge. For informa-
Series of the senior adult, tion, call Allison Barash,
department at the Jewish 967-4030.
Center's Jimmy Prentis , Project Mainstream

Flint News

Seniors to Meet

Sol White

The Senior Friendship
Club of the Flint Jewish
Federation will meet noon
Thursday at Flint's Temple
Beth El. Louis Sills will pre-
sent a slide show.
Succeeding programs in-
clude: Dec. 15, Harold and
Celia Schwartz will giye a
slide presentation on Israel;
Dec. 22, regular meeting;
and Dec. 29, film,
"Jerusalem Lives."

Sol B. White, a member of
the Jewish. War Veterans
and a World War I veteran,
died Nov. 3 at age 91.
Born in Lithuania, Mr.
White lived most of his life
in Flint.
He is survived by two
sons, Charles and Robert,
both of Flint; a daughter,
Lael Hughes of Long Beach,
Calif.; a sister in Southfield;
six grandchildren and one
great-grandson.

Betty Sorkin, a member
of Jewish communal organ-
izations, died Nov. 15 at age
72.
Mrs. Sorkin was a World
War II veteran and a
member of Cong. Beth Is-
rael and its sisterhood,
Hadassah and Jewish War
Veterans.
She is survived by her
husband, Dr. Samuel; a son,
Elliot Lande of Kalamazoo;
a daughter, Linda Alperin
of New York City; and three
grandchildren.

Mrs. Schiff

H. Charlotte Schiff, a
member of Flint Jewish and
community organizations,
died Nov. 28 at age 72.
Born in the Bronx, N.Y.,
Mrs. Schiff was a member of
Flint's Temple Beth El and
its sisterhood, the Flint In-
stitute of Arts, Flint Com-
munity Players and the
Genesee County Medical
Society Auxiliary.
She is survived by a son,
Charles L. of Birmingham;
a daughter, Mrs. Michael
(Joan) Theile of Flint; and
four grandchildren.

I. Goldenberg

Isadore
Goldenberg,
owner and operator of clo-
thing and shoe stores, died
Nov. 6 at age 84.
Born in Poland, Mr. Gol-
denberg was a member of
Flint's Temple Beth El,
Senior Friendship Club of
the Flint Jewish Federation
and Flint Lodge of the Ma-
sons.
He is survived by four
daughters, Mrs. Wallace
(Myrna) Duford of Davison,
Mrs. David (Eileen) Miller
of Chicago, Mrs. Charles
(Leah) Jankowski of
California and Mrs. Morris
(Peppi) Rosenthal of Grand
Blanc; one sister and four
grandchildren,

Friday, December 2, 1983„ 13

menora in the Temple in
Jerusalem. One light, or
shamash, burned con-

stantly in order to light the
other six which were extin-
guished daily.

Israel in concert, on radio
and TV.

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Seeks Out Elderly

Flint Obituaries
Betty Sorkin

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Flint Jewish
`Reporter' Cited

The Flint Jewish Re-
porter, official publication
of the Flint Jewish Federa-
tion, received an award of
excellence at the second an-
nual PRAise awards of the
Public Relations Associa-
tion of Greater Flint.
David Nussbaum, execu-
tive director of the federa-
tion, accepted the award at
a luncheon at the Hyatt Re-
gency Hotel.

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The Jewish Community
Center of Metropolitan De-
troit has embarked on a
program aimed at finding
isolated elderly in the com-
munity.
Titled
Project
Mainstream, the service
provides senior adult volun-
teers to contact the isolated
elderly and introduce them
to cultural, educational,
recreational and social ac-
tivities available at the
Morris Branch of the Cen-
ter.
For information or to
alert the program to an iso-
lated elderly individual in
the community, call Miriam
Sandweiss, 967-4030.
The project is supported
by a grant from the Area
Agency on Aging, Region
1-B.

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Nancy Yolles
to Wed in July

Shalom Group
Observes Hanuka

The Shalom Group of the
Flint Jewish Federation
will have a Hanuka latke
party 8 p.m. Saturday in the
home of Dr. Evelyn Golden.
For reservations, call Dr.
and Mrs. Harold (Debby)
Steinman, 767-7686.

Hanuka Fest
at Beth Israel

The Flint Jewish Federa-
tion will have a community
Hanuka celebration at 7
p.m. Sunday at Cong. Beth
Israel.
The Galai Haruach Dan-
cers from the Jewish Com-
munity Center of Met-
ropolitan Detroit will per-
form. Special holiday des-
serts will be served.

Bnai Mitzva

Michael Goldberg be-
came Bar Mitzva at Nov. 25
Shabat services at Flint's
Temple Beth El.
Chad Siegel will become
Bar Mitzva at 9 a.m. Shabat
services Saturday at Cong.
Beth. Israel.

Flint People
Make News

Marion Agree has won
second place in the all area
1983 Sagainaw competition
for a pastel drawing.

MISS_YOLLES

Mr. and Mrs. William A.
Yolles of Birmingham an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Nancy of
Atlanta, Ga., to Donald B.
Levine, also of Atlanta, and
the son of Mr. and Mrs.
David Levine of Nashville,
Tenn.
Miss Yolles holds an MA
degree in social work from
Michigan State University.
Her fiance holds a Bachelor
of Business Administration
degree from Middle Tennes-
see University. •
A July wedding is
planned.

Dairy Casserole

By NORMA BARACH

(Copyright 1983, JTA, Inc.)

1 /4

cup oil
2 medium eggplants, peeled
and sliced
3 zucchinis, sliced, unpeeled
2 large onions, sliced
5 tomatoes, sliced
2 tsps. oregano
15 ozs. marinara sauce
6 slices muenster cheese
Pour oil into a 9x13-inch bak-
ing pan. Slice vegetables
thinly. Layer them, sprinkling
each layer with oregano. Pour
marinara sauce over vegeta-
bles. Bake at 350 degrees for
about 1 hour, top with cheese,
and bake another 10-15 min-
utes. Serves 6.

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