14—Friday, April 19, 1968
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Congressman Riegle to Address
Fete Marking Israel's Birthday
Joseph Megdell, president of the
Flint Jewish Community Council,
announces a communitywide din-
ner will be held 6 p.m. April 28
at Cong. Beth Israel to celebrate
Israel's 20th anniversary and to
honor Irving L. Geisser, executive
director of the Council, who will be
leaving in May to assume a new
Michael Pelavin and Dr. Leon
Rosky are co-chairmen of the
Guest speaker will be Donald
W. Riegle Jr., Congressman from
the 7th District.
Entertainment will be provided
by Lou Shor, internationally known
humorist, He has performed for
many Jewish and civic organi-
zations and has played leading
clubs, resorts, and concert halls
in London. Paris. Nuremburg and
Toronto. For reservations call
the Council office, 767-5922.
Riegle, a Republican, was born
in Flint 30 years ago. He holds a
BA in business administration and
economics from the University of
Michigan, double MBA in finance
and marketing from Michigan
State University and is writing a
dissertation for his doctorate in
business government relations from
Harvard Business School. Former
consultant for Harvard/MIT Joint
Center on Urban Studies, working
on slum rehabilitation in New
York's Harlem, he also is a former
college teacher and faculty mem-
ber at Michigan State University,
Boston University and Harvard
University. He was named one of
the 10 Outstanding Young Men of
the Nation in 1967 by the U.S.
Junior Chamber of Commerce.
The youngest man ever
pointed to the
tee, Riegle was a
leader in the suc-
drive to create a
was elected by
the Nation mag-
azine as one of
two "best Con-
gressman for the year" in 1967.
Riegle's most intense area of
work has been the Vietnam war.
In November 1967 the Washington
Post said of Riegle's Vietnam
work, "Despite his laick of senior-
ity, status and renown, Riegle is
making a significant contribution
to the process that must precede
any intelligent reappraisal of
American policy in Vietnam."
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Girls-Only Event to Feature Entertainers,
Government Aide From Israel, Tuesday
A community luncheon is planned Mesdames Asher Marder, Gilbert
for 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at South- Rubenstein and S i d n e y Wolin,
moor Country Club, according to chairmen of Flint's Women's
Division, United Jewish Appeal.
Guest stars will be Ruth and
Beno Sharon, popular Israeli en-
tertainers. For the past three
years, they w ere leading per-
formers on the SS Shalom and the
Jerusalem. They have appeared
at clubs in New York and Miami
Beach and in concerts in Curacao
and St. Thomas. Their perform-
ances in Israel include recitals
with the Israel Philharmonic Or-
chestra and the Ein Gev Interna-
tional Festival of Music. They
have appeared in musicals and
operettas on many stages around
RUTH AND BENO SHARON
Guest speaker is Abbie Ben Ari,
director of the Israel Govern-
ment Tourist Of-
Haciassah Dance fice.in New
A "New York Holiday" spon- York. Prior to his
sored by Ann Lebster Chapter of current ass i g n -
Hadassah—with dancing in "Cen- ment, he was a
tral Park" and a snack at a "side- spokesman f o r
walk cafe"—is scheduled for 9 p.m. t h e Israel For-
April 27, at Willowood Country eign Service, in
Art Bartner's orchestra will pro- abroad, a s a n
vide dance music, and a prize of adviser to t h e
a trip to New York for two, in- y o u n g, develop-
cluding plane fare, three days and ing nations.
Born in South
two nights at a top hotel and a
wide variety of restaurant, shows Africa, he mi-
grated to Israel in 1952 and set-
and tours, will be awarded.
Chairman is Mrs. Ronald Gold- tled on a kibutz for eight years.
stein; invitations, Mrs. Gerald In 1959, he moved to the new
Schreiber, assisted by Mrs. Harry desert town of Kiryat Gat with
Katz; decorations, Mrs. Nelson his wife Avigail, and their two
Schafer, assisted by Mrs. Ray- young sons, and played a vital
mond Failer; reservations and role in the economic and social
tickets, Mrs. Marshall Cossman, development of this new settle-
assisted by Mrs. Arthur Shievitz ment. He has lectured extensive-
and Mrs. Morris Wanetik; pub- ly throughout America.
licity, Mrs. Boris Kreel; and food,
The chairman invited all
Mrs. Morton Stanley. For reser- Jewish women in the community
vations, call M r s. C o s s m a n, to attend and to make a pledge
0 the, United Jewish, Appeal.
Plans Are in Flight
April 21—Teen Bowling Banquet,
2 p.m., at Town and Country
April 21—Willowood Country Club
Barbecue, 3 p.m.
April 21—Cong. Beth Israel Spe-
cial Congregational Meet in g,
April 22—Beth Israel Sisterhood
Board Meeting, 12:30 p.m.
April 22—Council Athletic Awards
Banquet, 7 p.m., at Whittier
Junior High School
April 23—UJA Women's Division
Community Luncheon, 12:15
p.m., at Southmoor Country Club
April 24—Council Blood Program,
el to 6 p.m., at Cong Beth
April 25—Council Board of Gov
ernors Meeting, 8:30 p.m., at
Cong Beth Israel
Joint Service to Recall
Warsaw Ghetto Heroes
The Flint Jewish Community
Council, Cong. Beth Israel and
Temple Beth El will hold a joint
service of commemoration in re-
membrance of the Six Million Jew-
ish martyrs and heroes of t he
Warsaw Ghetto at Cong. Beth
Israel 8:30 p.m. April 26.
Services will be conducted by
Rabbi William Greenebaum H,
Rabbi Hillel Millgram and Cantor
Abraham Ranani. A reception
will follow services.
Origin of Bezalel
The name of Bezalel, Israel's
art school, was derived from
the renown craftsman of the tribe
of Judah who headed the Taber-
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Willowood Country Club will
hold a kite flying party and barbe-
cue for its members and their
families Sunday. Hosts and hos-
tesses for the affair are: Drs. and
Mesdames Bernard Harris, Morris
Bikoff, Bruce Foote, Melvyn Wolf
and Isadore Sugarman. Reser-
vations are being taken by Mrs.
Foote, 767-4086. Games will be
available for those not participat-
ing in the kite flying.
Ann Lebster Chapter, Hadassah,
will start the Jewish National
Fund Blue Box collection right
after Passover. Blue Box money
helps the JNF bring thousands of
acres along Israel's borders under
cultivation, build roads and settle-
ments, thus strengthening Israel's
security and absorbing immigrants.
JNF chairmen are Mrs. Henry
Schaefer and Mrs. Harry Feldman.
Senior Friendship Club pre-
sented a play, "Passover Squares"
Wednesday. Directed by Mrs. Sam
Gotlib, the cast included: Mrs.
Saul Katz, Mrs. Victor Meerson,
Mrs. Norman Sorscher, Philip
Kirschner, Meyer Shoichet, Mrs.
Max Gotlib, Ami Ranani, Debbie
Gotlib, Danny Gotlib, Mrs. Harry
Weisberger, Mrs. Sidney Wolin
and Irving Weston. Also featured
in the program were songs by
Cantor Abraham Ranani of Cong.
Beth Israel. Mrs. Max Frankel is
president of the group; Mrs. Philip
Fisher, vice president.
Temple Beth El members will
have an evening with Glen Biosson-
neault at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Sanders Goodstein, 2602 Parkside,
8:30 p.m., May 2. He will review
"The Great Monkey Trial."
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The Flint Jewish Community
Council Tween Bowling League
will hold its bowling banquet 2
p.m. Sunday at Town and Country
Lanes. Trophies will be awarded
and luncheon served.