10—Friday, February 28, 1969
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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UJA's Young Lead ership Cabinet
Names Pelavin, Dr. Rosky of Flint
Two Flint men have been named
to high positions in the National
Young Leadership Cabinet of the
United Jewish Appeal, it was an-
nounced by Gordon Zacks of Colum-
bus, newly elected 1969 national
chairman of the division.
Pelavin has been appointed di-
rector for Indiana, Kentucky, Mich-
igan and Ohio. He is on the national
board of directors of the Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds, vice chairman of its com-
mittee on small cities and a mem-
ber of the Advisory Board of Young
Leaders and the National Leader-
ship Development Committee.
He is also a member of the exec-
utive committee of the National
Community Relations Advisory
Council and national council of the
Joint Distribution Committee. He is
general chairman of the Flint Jew-
ish Community Council — United
Jewish Appeal Campaign.
Dr. Rosky, re-elected to the
chairman of the 1969 Flint Jewish
Community Council Campaign
and co-chairman of the social
welfare committee,as well as a
member of the executive commit.
tee and past chairman of key
gifts of the campaign committee.
A member of the committee on
small cities of the Council of Jew-
Chief Test Pilot
of Israel to Speak
at Division Dinner
ish Federations and Welfare
Funds, he has also served on the
national board of the Joint Dis-
Dr. Rosky was the 1968 Young
Leadership Award recipient and
traveled to Israel with the July
1968 Young Leadership Mission.
Barry W. Jaslow, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Lewis Jaslow, has been ac-
cepted to the professional program
of the college of veterinary medi-
cine at Michigan State University.
He will begin t d' in the
Flint junior and senior high stu-
dents who received all-A records
for the first semester are: Central
High, Fred Osher and Annette Wes-
ton; Longfellow Junior High, Helen
Bas, Joel Kaufman, Andrea Kra-
kower and Laurie White; McKinley
Junior High, Elizabeth Warren,
Scott Wilensky and Jean Wilen-
sky; Whittier Junior High, Steve
Wexler and Roberta Arenson; and
Zimmerman Junior High, Jerry
Osher and Judy Osher.
Larry E. Fink, son of Mr. and
Mrs. James Fink, is one of three
Flint area high school students
selected to attend the fifth annual
Junior Science and Humanities
Symposium at Wayne State Univer-
sity this weekend. Larry is a stu-
dent at Northern High.
Beth Israel Women
Ready for Big Date
LT. COL. DANI SHAPIRA
Are Named Here
UJA Division Chairmen
Heading the Advance Gifts Di- ly serving as chairman of the
Michael A. Pelavin, general cam-
vision as chairman is Alfred Commission on Jewish Education.
paign chairman of the Flint Unit-
His co-chairmen are Philip Agree
ed Jewish Appeal, announces addi- Klein; co-chairmen, Dr. Ira
Harder and Dr. Jack Stanzler. and Edwin Schreiber. Agree is a
tional chairmen of major divisions
Klein, vice president of the veteran cam-
for the 1969 campaign.
paign leader who
Reappointed honorary chairmen Council, is a young, but veteran,
leader who served as general has served as
were Jacob Pines
campaign chairman several chairman of sev-
and Israel Send-
years ago. Marder, another eral divisions.
ler. Flint's elder
Young Leadership Award win- Schreiber, a foun-
ner, has served in many posi- der of the young
have been lead-
tions in the campaign; Dr. Stanz- leadership train-
ers in the c o m-
ler, chairman of the Council's
munity for more
relations committee, served as chair-
than 40 years.
recently returned from a UJA man of the Young
Pines is also hon-
mission to Israel.
Leadership Divi- Gorne
or a r y treasurer
sion in 1968.
of t h e Council.
Heading the Intermediate Gifts
For many years
Division is Harry Binder, a vice
he has covered Pines
of the Council and a
more cards in the campaign than
veteran campaign leader. He
any other worker. Sendler serves
headed this successful division in
in many positions. He is a past
1968 and is a Council Young Lead-
president and one of the organizers
ership Award winner.
of the Flint Senior Friendship
Serving as his co-chairmen are
Murray Moss and Martin Suber.
Special gifts chairman is Samuel
Moss is president of Cong. Beth
Catsman. Catsman has provided
Israel and has been active in prior
the impetus in past drives.
drives. Suber is a young leader
Louis Kasle, chairman of initial
increasingly i mpor-
gifts, announces that the initial
Chairman of key gifts is Dr.
o t responsibilities
Tb te in the com-
gifts dinner will be held March 11 Saul Gorne, past president of the l i l a n
on the Coun-
at the University Club. Assisting
i Council and a two-time general cil's community relations cora-
with the arrangements are the ini-
tial gifts co-chairmen, Arthur Hur. campaign chairman. He is current- mittee.
and and Gilbert Y. Rubenstein.
Both have served as president of
the Council and as general cam-
paign chairmen. Rubenstein head-
ed the 1968 drive.
as an individual to participate in a SPECIAL GROUP PRICE
before offered only to large groups.
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Purim Comes to Flint
Temple Beth El's Purim Carni-
val will be held Sunday. A lunch
will be served at noon, and a
Purim play will be staged by the
seventh grade of the religious
school under the direction of Caro-
line Panzer. For information, con-
tact co-chairmen Mrs. Jerome
Yale or Mrs. Sanford Sidell.
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Mrs. William Greenebaum an-
nounces that the traveling art ex-
hibit of the Union of American He-
brew Congregations will be at Tem-
ple Beth El Wednesday through
March 11. This exhibit consists of
more than 60 works by contempo-
rary artists such as Marc Chagall,
Raskin and Arthur Szyk. It in-
cludes pen and ink drawings, etch-
ings, water color reproductions and
lithographs. Temples throughout
the United States have shown this
exhibit, which will be open to the
community without charge.
Beth Israel Sisterhood will hold
its 38th annual donor dinner-dance
March 9, at Beth Israel Synagogue.
The celebration is in connection
with the 50th anniversary of the
The Charles Speights orchestra
and Ron Coden, nightclub enter-
tainer, will be on the program.
Mrs. Samuel Gotlib is toastmaster.
General chairmen are Mrs. Isa-
dore Sugarman and-Mrs. Bernard Farband Honors Sendler
Harris. Reservations chairmen are
Mrs. Harry Weisberger and Mrs.
Zionist Order in
Arthur Silverman. Tickets are be-
ing distributed by Mrs. Rudy Mit-
tleman and Mrs. Gordon Suber.
Other workers include Mesdames
one of its founders
Louis Kasle, Gerald Schreiber, Ir-
at the Labor Zion-
ving Katz, Milton Siegel, Edward
is Institute. Mr.
Osher, Mason Himellioch, Robert
Katz, Morris Gold, Ted Vinacow
first member of
and Aaron Makrower.
Farband in the
state of Michigan.
Lt. Col. Dani Shapira, deputy
commander of the Israel Air
Force, will address the Interme-
diate Gifts Division Dinner of the
Flint United Jewish Appeal, sched-
uled for 7 p.m. Thursday at the
Modern Israel awaits you. Be there in its 21st year of state-
hood. Breathe its air, thrill in its sights. Greek Line's Golden
Announcement of the program
Route sailings are planned to coincide with religious and
cultural festivities in Israel. Continental cuisine or gourmet
was made by
Kosher meals under strict supervision of a Mashgiach. A
Harry Binder, di-
Rabbi and Synagogue grace both our ships. Sun drenched
decks, open-air pools, lounges, nightclubs, ballrooms, theatre.
who added that a
SAILING DATES: Mar. 3, Mar. 19, Apr. 28. May 27, June 23, Aug. 18,
cocktail hour, at
Sept. 16. Oct. 10, Nov. 10, Dec. 8
6:30, will precede
OLYMPIA • QUEEN ANNA MARIA
March 2—Temple Beth El Purim
chief test pilot of
the Israel Air
First National Bldg., Detroit, Mich.
WOodward 1 5280
Force, flew key
—Temple Sisterhood Board
SAFETY INFORMATION: The OLYMPIA and QUEEN ANNA
Dr. Soll Gaynor has been re-
MARIA, registered in Greece, meet International Safety
Meeting, 12:30 p.m.
the Six-Day War. Binder
elected treasurer of the Flint
Standards for new ships developed in 1948 and the 1966
—Bnai Brith ADL Night
During the Sinai Campaign, he
area's Wayne State University
—Joint Adult Education, 8 Alumni Club.
was deputy commander of a squad-
p.m., Temple Beth El
5—Beth Israel Sisterhood
Israel's first recipient of a
Meeting, 12:30 p.m.
pilot's wings, in March 1949, Col.
—Council Youth Activities,
Shapira trained in Czechoslova-
p.m., Cong. Beth
kia, France and England. He
was in France for four years,
6—UJA Intermediate Gifts
testing and bringing to Israel
Division Dinner, 6:30
all planes purchased in that
MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS NOW
p.m., Empire Lounge
—JWVA Board Meeting,
A fourth generation sabra, Col.
Shapira was flying gliders at age
ARETH JSA HOTEL
March of Dimes prenatal care
15. In 1947, he joined the "Sherut
MT. CLEMENS, MICH.
programs have been launched
Avir" of the Hagana, which was across the country, emphasizing
the pre-state air force, and flew the importance of medical super-
1st seder April 2, 1969
many operational flights.
vision during pregnancy.
Come! There's so
much to see in Israel.
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