Skip to Content
North Carolina Newspapers

The Charlotte Jewish news. (Charlotte, N.C.) 19??-current, May 01, 1988, Image 10

Below is the OCR text representation of this newspaper page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

Page 10-THE NEWS-May, 1988 This *n That Have news for This ’n That? Send it typed and double-spaced to the Editor, CJN, P.O. Box 13369, Charlotte, NC 28211. ziUbe’s agels are still the only kettled bagels in Charlotte. Come taste the difference that kettling makes. We’re located at 9313-G Monroe Rd., V2 mile N. of Sardis Rd. North, in Greylyn Business Park. 847-7040 HRS: Tues.-Fri. 7:30-9:30 a.m. Buy A Dozen Bagels Get 6 Free! No LimitI Expires 6/15/88 Sat. 8 a.m.-2:00 p.m. Sun. 8 a.m.-noon Buy 6 Bagel Dogs Get 1 Free! Expires 6/15/88 Levine and Lalor to Exhibit Art at Shalom Park Florence (Mrs. Ben) Jaffa had two of her paintings accepted into The Come See Me Art Competition 1988 at the Museum of York County in Rock Hill, S.C. The exhibition began April 9 and will run through May 29. The paintings are Countryside ^3, for which she received an honorable mention, and Hollyhock Gate. This was a juried exhibition. • Debra Daumit, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Daumit, and Marjorie Weinstock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Barnet Weinstock, have been selected as two of the 54 seniors from 16 public and private high schools in Mecklenburg County as 1988 All-Star Scholars. Both girls are graduating seniors at East Mecklenburg High and are tied for first of 725 students. Debra has been the co-editor-in-chief of the schwl newspaper (2 years), a member of the National Honor Society (3 years), having served as president and treasurer, a cross-country scholar athlete (2 years), a member of the Student Government (3 years), member of BBYO and a recipient of the Yale Book Award. Mar jorie has been a Class Marshal, member of the National Honor Society, choir (2 years), math competitions (3 years), appeared in school plays, and recipient of the 1987 DAR Good Citizen ship Award. • Laurie Behar, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Behar, an Ap palachian State U. education major, was recognized as an honor teacher for her performance while student teaching during the fall semester. Laurie taught fourth grade at Myers Park Tradi tional Elementary School. • Elise Labovitz, daughter of Mr. gmd Mrs. Melvyn Labovitz, was named the first runner up in the State of North Carolina in the Fashion Merchandising Promotion category of DECA (Distributive Education.) Elise will compete at the national con vention in Salt Lake City, Utah. She is a student at East Mecklenburg High. • Marcia (Mrs. Paul) Simon has been appointed to the Charlotte- Mecklenburg Arts and Science Board. She is also serving on the Mint Museum’s Volunteer Gift Shop Committee for the Ramesses exhibition. Also serving on that committee is A1 Rousso. Marc Silverman is one of the members of the marketing committee for that exhibition. • David Massachi, son of Rose Diamond and Ben Massachi, was recently inducted into the National Honor Society. David is a junior at East Mecklenburg High School. • Edward Saxe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Ssixe, qualified to par ticipate in the American Invitational Mathematics Exam (AIME). Edward is a senior at West Charlotte High School. He ranked 5th among 36 local students, making 111 out of 150 points. The first placer made 125 points. • In the recent Spring Splash “B” meet in High Point, MAC swimmer liana Kavadlo came in third in the 50-yard backstroke in the age 10 and under category. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kavadlo. Lina C. Levine and her son- in-law, Brian Lalor, will ex hibit together at the Speizman Galleries at Shalom Park. The exhibit will open with a recep tion on Sunday, May 15 from 2-5 p.m. Everyone is cordially invited. Lina Levine has studied at Huntingon College and at the University of Alabama Exten sion Center in Montgomery, Alabama. She has won many awards in Montgomery and in surrounding areas. She has studied under Charles Shan non, Hirum Williams and Alvin Sella. In Charlotte she has studied under Elizabeth Ross and Pauline Lamal and has taken workshops with Bill Dunlop, Sally Miller, Rod McKiUop and Carrie Brown. Mrs. Levine has won several awards in Charlotte exhibits. Her works will include several collages. Brian Lalor was born in Ireland. After studying art and architecture in Cork and London and working as an architect for a number of years in London, Munich and Tel- Aviv, he specialized in ^- chaeology. He participated in excavations with the Israel Exploration Society, Hebrew University, Smithsonian In stitution, French Institute for Scientific Research and the British School of Archaeology. Since 1973 he has concen trated on art. Mr. Lalor has exhibited widely and has published a number of books and folios in Ireland, England, Israel, USA and Switzerland. He works mainly in etching, pen and ink, and water color with a predeliction for the ur ban landscape and mythologi cal themes. The exhibit will hang for a month in the Speizman Gal leries. All works will be for sale at moderate prices; checks are to be made payable to The Foundation. Many Attend Dedication of Fair Oaks March 27 was a special day at the Blumenthal Jewish Home in Clemmons, NC. It marked the dedication of Fair Oaks, the new self-care com plex for the older adult who seeks a degree of independence with security, companionship and services. People came from aU over the state and from S.C. as well to attend the dedication ceremony. The auditorium was filled with an over-capacity crowd; it was estimated that around 450 were in attendance. Many of us from Charlotte went to Clenmions on two chartered buses provided by the generosity of Herman Blumenthal. We could not have asked for a nicer day nor such wonderful comaraderie on board. Enroute we had a box-brunch given by Phil Levine (Phil’s Deli), with soft drinks donated by Sophie and Leonard Madans. Other items were contributed by Esther and Arthur Frank and Jerome Madans. We thank them all for their generosity. Thanks also go to Sandra Levine who made the travel arrangements. The Dedication Committee, cochaired by Esther Frank and Audrey Madans, did a magnificient job in preparing for this special event. The day was made memorable through the dedication of many people. The members of the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees, the staff members of the Blumenthal Jewish Home and the many volunteers Mother’s Day is May 8 served as greeters and tour guides. Their efforts helped to make the Dedication Cere mony not only a possibility but a reality. For anyone who has not as yet visited the Home, they have really missed seeing a magnificient undertaking. One should make an effort to go to Clemmons and see for them selves what the Blumenthal Foundation has accomplished. The Home is a non-profit cor poration and is supported by fees, the Jewish F^erations and other contributions. Coupons Valid Only At Bubbe’s Bagels Retail Store Thom Powell ''A Museum of Gifts" 129 Perrin Place (Just off Providence Road) Free Gift Wrap and City-Wide Delivery Phone 376-6501 Todd’s Flowers and Plants Serving Charlotte for almost 50 years See Our Various Selections For Mother’s Day: Florist doslgnod cymbidlum orchid corsages Various assortments off boxed and arranged roses Wide variety off fresh and silk fflowers and plants We offffer local delivery service and woridwlde wire service SouthPark & Eastland stores open on Mother’s Day, May 8 SouthPark Mall 364-5697 Eastland Mall 535-2505 Carmel Commons 542-8769 1800 E. Independence Blvd. 332-5167 Independence Center (101 N. Tryon) 376-0131 TODD'S FLOWERS

North Carolina Newspapers is powered by Chronam.

Digital North Carolina