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June 27, 1969 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-06-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 27, 1969-15

Flint News

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Bruce BI ums Hower/noon
in Caribbean Isles

-7„,4,

the presidents of the constituent
organizations of the Council:

Beth El Memorial Park—Dr. Nat

Gross, president, Marc Lebster
and George Olds, delegates; Beth
Israel Synagogue—Murray Moss,
president, Mrs. Harry Weisberger
and James Fink, delegates; Beth

Israel Sisterhood — Mrs. Bernard
Harris, president, Mrs. Jack Rabin
and Mrs. Aaron Weston, delegates;
Bnai Brith Lodge—Dr. Bert Marx,
president, Hy Klein and Irving
Berne r, delegates: Hadassah-
Mrs. Lewis Sanford, president,
Mrs. Nathan Greenberg and Mrs.

Louis Epstein, delegates.
Also. Jewish War Veterans Aux-
iliary—Mrs. Jerome Yale, presi-
dent. Mrs. Martin Suber and Mrs.
Frances Hertz, delegates; Mach-
pelah Cemetery Association— Ju-
lius Hurand. president, William

•••.
ALFRED KLEIN
man, and vice president. President
of Willowood Country Club and
past chairman of the board of

Goldberg and Joseph Laro, dele-
gates; Temple Beth El—Marvin
Levey, president, Dr. William
Bernard and Dr. Eli Shapiro, dele-
gates; Temple Beth El Sisterhood
—Mrs. Joseph Krakower, president,

Cong. Beth Israel. he succeeds Jo- Mrs. Julius Gutow and Mrs. Ben-
jamin Epstein, delegates.
seph Megdell on the Council.
Serving with Klein are vice
presidents, Lawrence Cov it z.
Michael Pelavin and Murray

Moss; treasurer. Dr. Ira Mar-
der; honorary treasurer. Jacob
Pines: and secretary, Mrs. Jer-
ome Arenson.

SIMEN-HENRY: Margaret Mau-

30 — Camp Maccabee First Simen were married recently in
Session, at Sherwood Cong. Beth Israel. They left on a
Forest
northern trip. Parents of the couple
Hadassah bowling officers for are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kenneth
1969-70 are president, Mrs. Irving Henry of Port Huron and Mr. and
e
NnIlresu.thIrvsitog
Bernstein; vice president, Mrs. Iry
th . couple
'Attending theW
D
ing Katz; secretary, Mrs. Arthur were Sandra Tracey and RObert
Silverman; and treasurer, Mrs. Hudson. Doniel Stachawiak was an
Joseph Hanflik. Bowling for the usher. The newlyweds will live in
new season well begin Sept. 4 at Toledo.
Town and Country Lanes. Anyone
interested in bowling may contact
Mrs. Bernstein or Mrs. Katz.
It's Nice

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The following delegates have
been appointed to serve on the
board of governors for 1969-70 by

A.

Wedding

June 28 — Willowood Twilight Golf reen Henry and Sander Harvey

Alfred Klein Elected President
of Jewish Community Council

Alfred E. Klein was elected pres-
ident of the-Flint Jewish Commun-
ity Council at the meeting of the
board of governors.
Klein has been active in the
council for many years, has served
as United Jewish Appeal general
chairman, annual meeting chair-

Community
Calendar

Comings ...
and
Goings

Sherwin Palmer, president of
Palmer Concrete Products, Inc.
%%as elected president of Flint Jun-
ior Achievement at its recent an-
nual meeting.
The counseling staff for the Flint
*
Jewish Community Council's day
Rabbi WIlliam A. Greenebaum
camp. Camp Maccabee, is com- of Temple Beth El is new presi-
plete, according to director Chuck
dent of the Greater Flint Minis:
Cogg ins.
Returning this year as assistant terial Association. Rabbi Greene-
baum, chairman of the Greater
director will be Gordon Parnes. Flint Interfaith Community Council
Senior counselors include Patty and of the Flint Human Relations
Katar, water safety instructor, Commission, also is treasurer of
Lisa Braun. Gregg Angus, Marilyn

Camp llaccabee Staff
Announced by Director

the Interfaith Action Council.

Stetz, Barbara Heftier and Erella
* •
Singer. Junior counselors a r e
The Joseph Megdells were in
Charles Wax, Diane Kasle, Sharon
Kukla, Hope Helsene, Gail Fein- Houston recently for the gradu-
ation of their son, David, from
stein and Barney Sternfield.
A few openings for campers re- Texas Southern University School

main. For information, call the of Law.
s * s
Council office. 767-5922.
Kenneth M. Green has been ap-
pointed director of pupil personnel
for the Flint Public Schools. Green,
has been assistant director for two
years. His appointment is effec-
tive July 1. In his new post, he will
James D. Koenig and Nancy R. supervise pupil placement and the
setting of school boundaries, dis-
are
among
the
first
class
Shapiro
of four-year graduates from Flint cipline and attendance, special
College of the University of Michi- education, health services and spe-
I cial services such as counseling.
gan.

Youth on
the Move

• • •
az Society
a ctivates

Miss Ellen Goldberg, bride-elect of Aron Rolnitzky, was honored
at a recent shower at the Country Squire. Her sister, Mrs. Ruben Wis-
nudel, was hostess. Mrs. Max Linder hosted a kitchen gadget shower

= may at the Pick-Durant Hotel. A luncheon in Miss Goldberg's
was held June 21, when hostesses were Mesdames David Scha-
fer, Paul Biesman, Jack Diamond and Joseph Ruben. The event was
the Schafer home on Winona St. A party will take place Monday at
Mayfair Caterers in Detroit for relatives and friends. Hostesses for
dinner and a shower will be Mrs. Pinkus Rolnitzky, aunt of the pro-
spective bridegroom, and his cousin, Mrs. Isadore Rolnitzky.

MRS. BRUCE BLUM

In an evening ceremony at Cong.
Beth Israel Sunday, Andra Jo Wo-
lin became the bride of Bruce
Howard Blum. Rabbi Hillel Mill-
gram and . Cantor Abraham Ranani
officiated.
Parents of the couple are Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Wolin of Chalmers St.
and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blum of
Miller Rd.
The newlyweds plan to live in
the Ambassador Arms West Apart-
ments following their honeymoon
trip to the Virgin Islands and Puer-
to Rico.

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The bride wore an organza A-
line gown with short sleeves and
Sabrina neckline, edged in ap-
liques of Cluny lace daisies. A
leaf design was embroidered on

bodice and waistline from which
a full chapel train fell. White
silk velvet at the natural waist
formed a soft bow at the back.
Tiered layers of silk illusion veil-
ing were held by an organza
looped bow headpiece, and the
bride carried a spray of Stephan-
otis.

Mrs. Harvey Olds, the bride's
sister, was matron of honor, and
another sister, Gail, was maid of
honor. The bridgroom's sisters.
Adelle and Marcia Blum, were
bridesmaids, as was Phyllis Ru-
benstein.
Best man was Geoffrey Blum.
the bridegroom's brother. Ushers
were Roger Ettlinger of Southfield,
Roger Hirsch, Lawrence Weinstein
of Chicago. Steven Siman of South-
field and Ned Blum, junior usher.

Coin Collectors
to Launch Group
at 'Israel Night'

The Israel Numismatic Society
of Michigan will be inaugurated at
an "Israel Night" 8 p.m. Wednes-
day in Shiffman Hall of the Jewish
Center.
Among those sponsoring the
event are the Consulate General
of Israel, the Israel Government
Coins and Medals Corp., Israel
Government Tourist Office of New
York and El Al-Israel Airlines.
The program will feature enter-
tainment with Israel folk artists,
film showings, special Israel cul-
ture exhibit and. refreshments.
Present will be Yitzhak Avni.
director general of the Israel
Government Coins and Medals
Corp.
Guests of honor include Con-
gressmen Charles C. Diggs, John
Conyers Jr., and Jack McDonald;
Eva Adams, director of the U.S.
Federal Mint; and Robert M.
Surdam, president of the National
Bank. of Detroit.
For reservations, call the Jewish
Center, DI 1-4200. The public is
invited at no charge.

A SURE
WAY TO SAVE!
BE AT SHIFMAN'S
SUNDAY,
\I
JUNE 29th
a.m.-5
p.m.
11

The savings start at 20°0 off our reg-
ular prices. No phoney mark-ups. We
suggest shopping early for best selec-
tion. All custom alterations included.
Use your Shifman's ChargeKard. Secu-
rity, Michigan Bankard, Diners and
American Express also honored.

ShifmAN'S

EVERYTHING FOR THE MAN

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PHONE 399-0820

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