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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-05-02

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Flint News

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Flint Celebrates With Israel

Youth on
Move
t

Danny Bernstein has been elect-
ed general chairman of the Bnai
Brith Youth Organization in Flint.
Pam Young will be BBYO coun-
selor. Elected to head AZA, the
young men's group. are president,!
Dave Koffman; vice president,
Mary Boren: treasurer. Gary Bo-
ren: secretary. Steven Linder; and
reporter, Jeff Marder. To head
BBG will be president, Shelly
Apell: vice president. Susan Win-
ston; treasurer, Michelle Indianer:
secretary, Alison Danto; and re-
porter, Marcia Katz. The AZA and
BBG officers also will serve on '
the board of BBYO.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

12—Friday, May 2, 1969

Society

Dr. and Mrs. Michael Wittenberg of Flint recently gave

a cham-
pagne brunch in honor of the forthcoming marriage of her brother
Steven Bayer of Southfield to Marcia Joseph of Farmington. Members
of both families were present to toast the couple at the Regency Club,
Detroit.

Community
Calendar

May 3—City of Hope Dinner-Dance
4-6--Temple Beth El Sister-
hood Antique Show
Joseph Megdell, president of the Flint Jewish Community Coun-
4—Willowood Men's Golf
cil. welcomes the audience to Flint's celebration of Israel's 21st an-
Kick-Off
niversary. Seated are (from left) Cantor Abraham Ranani; Mr. and
—Tween Bowling Banquet, 5 ,
Mrs. Shlomo Diskin (Diskin was guest speaker); Dr. Jack Stanzler,
p.m., Town and Country
Chip
Saltman,
son
of
Mr.
and
chairman; Megdell; Israel Sendler, co-chairman; and Mrs. Eva
Mrs. William Sahli-Ian, is on the
Lanes
Fisher. president of the Council's Senior Friendship Club.
6—Bnai Brith Meeting, 8:30
dean's list at Grand Valley Col-
lege in Allendale. He has received
p.m.
7—Beth Israel Sisterhood
13th Annual Show Features Antiques, Boutiques a fellowship to Central Michigan;
College. where he will be working
Meeting, 12:30 p.m.
The tea room will serve home- with retarded children and toward
Temple Beth El will open its
—Temple Beth El Adult
doors Sunday for its 13th annual made pastries, snacks and lunches. his master's degree.
Education, 8 p.m.
Tickets will be the door.
t
3
Eastern Michigan Antique Show
8—Zionist Organization Meet-
and Sale. sponsored by the temple
Mrs. Marvin Tulpan and Mrs.
Alan Dumoff and Larry Fink of
ing, 8:30 p.m.
Robert Mitchell are co-chairmen of Northern High School were among
sisterhood.
—JWVA Meeting, 8:30 p.m.
The exhibit will be open noon-10 the event, which hosted several 23 Flint area high school students
thousand people last year.
p.m. Sunday and Monday, and
IF YOU TURN THII
awarded certificates of merit by
ruxm-9 p.m. Tuesday.
the Detroit Free Press for distin-
Almost 30 dealers from Mich-
guished debate performances.
MIDI DOWN YOU WON'T
igan and other Midwestern states
FIND A MAR WINK THAN
w ill be showing glassware, china,
jewelry, art objects, silver
stamps, and furniture. One deal-
<-
er will display a rare coin col-
Milas Wineri.s, Detroit. Mich.
lection, some of which will be
for sale.
The exhibit also will feature a
boutique booth with such articles
Mrs. Benjamin Kaufman and
Linda Hanflik will appear in the
as aprons, pot holders and candy.
Flint Drama Guild is first perfor- ;
There will be several portrait art-
mances of "You Know I Can't
ists to do pastels.
Hear You When the Water's Run-
ning," at Whiting Auditorium 8:30
p.m., May 16 and 17. Mrs. Kauf-
man is a graduate of the Univer-
sity of Toronto and acted for the
University College Players and the
Hillel Foundation Toronto Players.
She has appeared in numerous
Mrs. Emil Schupack of Temple
productions of the Flint Commun-
Beth El Sisterhood was installed as .
ity Players and College Theater
president of the Michigan Federa-
and has acted professionally at the
tion of Temple Sisterhoods at the
MRS. STEPHEN GOLDEN
Musical Tent and the Houghton
45th annual convention of MFTS
Lake
Playhouse. Miss Hantlik
. at-I
Abby Merridith Hirsch became
at Temple Bnai Israel, Muskegon.
tended
Central High School and is
Mrs. Michael Pelavin, also of the bride of Stephen Barry Golden a graduate of the University of
Temple Beth El, was elected cor- in an evening ceremony Sunday at Michigan. She teaches at Lowell
Temple Beth El. A Chicago honey-
responding secretary. Other °Ul-
moon followed the dinner recep- Junior High School. Mrs. Katifman
cers are Mesdames Joseph Sch-
tion.
Rabbi William A. Greene- is president and founder of the
w arz of Benton Harbor, Arthur
guild.
Persky of Kalamazoo, Sidney Katz- . baum H officiated.
The couple's parents are Mr. and
man of Oak Park and Samuel.
Smaller of Grand Rapids. vice Mrs. Lawrence Hirsch of Lincoln
presidents: Sherwin Birnkrant of Dr. and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph D.
FANNIE ENGELMAN, 1801 E.
Pontiac. recording secretary; and
Golden of Grand Rapids.
Leo Stern of Detroit, treasurer.
Atherton, Flint, died April 29. She
Mrs. Jay Keiser of Kew Gar- leaves two sons, Dr. Michael and
Dr. Samuel Cook, director of the
Union of American Hebrew Con- dens, N.Y., was matron of honor. Dr. Raymond; seven grandchildren
gregations committee on college The bride's other attendants were
youth. spoke on "The College Up- Mrs. Gerald Alcorn, Mrs. Scott and four great-grandchildren. In-
heaval" at the evening banquet. Blech of Chicago, Harriet Hirsch, terment Detroit.
"Collegians are a culture unto Jill Ann and Shelley Beth Golden,
themselves — even a youth reli- the bridegroom's sisters, and
gion," he said. "The new culture Julie Golish.
is a totally new environment, and
Best man was Marc Golden of
South Bend, Ind. Roger and
the youth are a totally new breed."
Brian Hirsch, the bride's broth-
Dr. Cook suggested that par-
ers, were ushers, as were Sam
ents must strive to communicate
Wapner and Harold Weiner of
with college students because
Lansing.
"We won't have to live through
the hell they will have to live
The bride wore a Victorian-
through unless the nation's prob- styled organdy gown with a high
lems are settled."
neckline, bodice of rose pointe
Participants in a panel discus- lace and pouf sleeves, lace edging
sion on the topic were Mrs. Mar- the elbow cuff. The A-line skirt
shall Miller, moderator; Dr. Irvin was appliqued with a deep band-
J. Lehmann, professor of evalua- ing of matching lace, and the court
tion services and head of research train was caught at the waistline.
on attitudes of college students at An organdy pillbox with a small
Michigan State University; Rabbi bow at the back held the shoulder-
Morton M. Kanter of Temple Beth length bouffant illusion veil. She
El, Detroit: and Joseph Chafets, carried butterfly roses and Steph-
president of Michigan State Tem- anotis with English ivy.
ple Youth.
The newlyweds plan to reside on
Dr. Lehmann told the group that
only 2 per cent of the collegians Woodslea Dr. following their
are causing tumult. Other students honeymoon.
present at riots, he said, are mere-
ly spectators. He added that most
college students are no more im-
moral or irreligious than the ordi-
nary man on the street, that activ-
Dean Sills, son of Mr. and Mrs
ist leaders are very intelligent and
Paul Sills, will be called to the
articulate but that their manner of
ALL TRANSPORTATION
BONDED
questioning and challenging is Tora as Bar Mitzva May 10 at
Temple Beth El,
wrong.

Stephen Golden, Bride
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