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November 02, 1984 - Image 81

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-11-02

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THE:DETROIT 'JEWISH :NEWS

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I thank the Beth Achim Synagogue, the
sisterhood, the clergy, friends and rela-
tives for their prayers, contributions and
good wishes during my recent illness.

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WE MAKE OUR OWN GLASSES

E. Maple, Troy. Lunch will be
served before the party.
The public is welcome. There is
a nominal fee. For information
call Larry Littman, 649-1150
daily, or 879-8877, after 7 p.m.
The third lecture in the Adult
Education Series entitled, "How
Traditional Are Our Traditions:
The Jewish Holidays," will be
held at 7 p.m. Nov. 11 at the
Lutheran Church of the Master.
The topic of this third lecture is
Chanukah.
Rabbi Joseph Gutmann, profes-
sor of art and art history at Wayne
State University, will deliver the
lecture. There is a fee. For infor-
mation, call Phyllis Wenig, 879-
2829.

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• DESIGNER FRAMES
• PRESCRIPTIONS FOR
GLASSES ACCURATELY FILLED
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off*
THE WIZARD Or EYES
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I next purchase or

ROSEN OPTICAL SERVICE

Frumeth Hirsh was elected the
first woman president of Flint's
Cong. Beth Israel.
An attorney, Hirsh has been on
the Beth Israel board since 1982.
She was elected second vice
president for 1984-1985 and
chairman of the board's _ritual
committee.
Hirsh has sung Hebrew, Yid-
dish, art songs and musical thea-
ter tunes throughout the commu-
nity.
She was graduated from De-
Paul University with highest
honors as a music major. She
earned her law degree at Wayne
State University and is a member
of the firm of Pelavin, Pelavin and
Powers in Flint.

JWV

Flag presentation
at Prentis Manor

Ruth Stone, patriotic in-
structress, announces the pre-
sentation of an American flag to
the Meyer Prentis Manor, Jewish
Home for the Aged on Nov. 11 at 2
p.m.
The flag will be given in the
name of the Lipshaw-Hoberman
Post and Auxiliary. Abe
Tompkins is post commander and
Freda Samoss is auxiliary
president.
Jason Hillman, whose great
grandmother is a resident of the
facility, will provide the piano
music for a sing-along.

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=ELECT

Ronald AN

JUDGE

Tue., November 6, 1984

Stop In and See
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• Over 25 years experience as
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• Married, 3 daughters
• "It is my intention to
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Temple Treasures
group will gather

The Temple Tresaures' next
business meeting will be held on
Nov. 13 at Temple Israel in the
Herman Hall at 12:30 p.m.
Mrs. Sonia Syme will discuss
"Treasures or Relics, What Are
We?" Dessert and coffee will be
served. There is a charge, and
guests are invited.
For reservations, call Temple
Israel, 661-5700; or Reka Golds-
tein, 355-5249.

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Flint's Beth Israel
elects its first
woman president

Wedding, Rehearsal and
Ceremony Assistance

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in the faceted frames

Paid for by the committee to elect
RONALD A. GOLDSTEIN. 47th District Judge.

NOW IS THE TIME
FOR A CHANGE!

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