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    The Charlotte Jewish News - October, 1995 - Page 14
TEMPLE |H ISRAEL
The Assistant - Temple Israel’s Oct. 23
Book Club Meeting Selection
Bill & Linda Ashendorf
Mark & Louise Bernstein
/Alan & Lee Blumenthal
Herman & Anita BlumentHal
Stuart & Ellen Fligel
Michael Gold
Bill & Patty Gorelick
Shelton & Carol Gorelick
Steven & Sharon Hockfield
Ben & Florence Jaffa
Sol & Janet Jaffa
Stan & Sis Kaplan
David & Janet Lefkowitz
Nonnan & Donna Levin
Al & Helene Levine
Daniel Levine
Leon & Sandra Levine
Ed & Jill Newman
Rich Osborne
Lloyd Scher
Phyllis Schiffman
Jared & Diane Schwartz
Marvin & Anita Shapiro
Sol & Ada Shapiro
Ken Schorr & Leslie Winner
Marc & Mattye Silverman
Leonard & Judi Strause
Sam & Alene Strause
October At
Temple
Israel
We are looking forward to
having our new Torah presented to
Temple Israel at our Simchat To
rah celebration on Monday, Octo
ber 16. This will be a very joyous
occasion for Temple Israel, not
only because of our New Torah
being dedicated, but, because last
year there were over 500 people in
attendance at Simchat Torah. We
are asking people to come early
because we are anticipating a huge
crowd. Again, we will have Viva
Klezmer playing outside with sing
ing and dancing. Also, during Oc
tober, we will be celebrating the
holiday of Sukkot with a lot of food
and festivities in our beautiful
Sukkah.
Congratulations to the follow
ing Bat Mitzvah: Rayna Bernstein,
daughter, of Janice and Daniel
Bernstein and granddaughter of
Irving Bernstein from
Detroit,Michigan and Shirley and
Sherwin Palmer of Tamarac,
Florida.
We welcome with joy the fol
lowing new arrivals: Zev Adam
Feldman, son of Laura and Mitchell
Feldman of Charlotte, bom August
1 2. Grandparents are Margo and
Michael Furst of Tappan, New
York and Helene and Jerry
Feldman of Great Neck, New York.
Great grandparents are Annette
Pomerance of Deerfield Beach,
Florida, Ruth Furst of Palisades,
New York and Estelle Milhauser of
Great Neck, New York. Brett
Samuel Balick, son of Jill and Craig
Baiick of Charlotte, bom August
14.
Grandparents are Ina and Jack
Silverstein of New Jersey and Fay
and Stan Balick of New York.
Kasey Hannah Kimbrell, daughter
of Michele and Joe Kimbrell of
Charlotte, bom August 21. Grand
parents are Renee Sutker and Cora
and Bill Kimbrell, all of Charlotte.
Welcome to our newest mem
bers: Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Aronoff,
Mr. & Mrs. Clive Schewitz, Mr. &
Mrs. Matthew Abramowitz, and
Mr. & Mrs. Barry Getzoff.
Baby Chavarah
Group To Meet
Does your new baby need
playmates? Are you interested in
seeing how your little one inter
acts with other babies? Are you
desperately wanting to get out and
meet other mothers? If the answer
to any of these questions is yes,
please read on...
Starting Thursday, October 12,
9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m., and the 2nd
Thursday of the month thereafter,
our comniunity playgroup will meet
at Temple Israel. Open to all mem
bers of the Jewishcommunity, the
program is for any baby bom after
October 15, 1994 (give or take a
few months - birth certiHcates will
not be checked at the door).
There is no fee, no minimum
attendance required and no mem
bership afflliation necessary. Just
come with your baby and any toy
you might want to share!
Please contact Stacy Gorelick
at 366-1842. Tell your friends and
come join the fun!
The Assistant, by National
Book Award and Pulitzer Prize
winning author Bemard Malamud,
will be discussed at Temple Israel’s
Monday October 23rd Book Club
meeting.
The Assistant is the story of
Frank Alpine - a man with a
troubled past, who comes to work
as a helper to a Jewish couple and
their attractive daughter, who op
erate a failing grocery store in a
declining Brooklyn neighborhood.
His struggles between the forces of
his past and the urge to do the right
thing make fascinating reading.
The outcome has a definite Jewish
theme and makes The Assistant one
of the most notable of Temple
Israel’s book club selections.T/i^
Assistant is available at the public
library, the Speizman Jewish Li
brary and at book stores for under
$5.
Book club meetings are held at
Temple Israel from 7:00 to 9:00
p.m. and are open to all members
of the Jewish community. “Drop
in’s” are welcome. Call Linda Levy
at (h) 366-6362 (w) 377-8982 or
Micki Schifman at 364-0041 for
additional information.
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celebrate 100 years of Temple Israel and 3000
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