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September 11, 1970 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-09-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

12--Friday, Septa*lwr 11, 1970

Style Show Afoot for Bnai Brith Ladies

The Flint Chapter of Bnai Brith girls from the Bnai Brith Youth
Women is preparing its second ! Organization, Sue Winston and
annual pre-holiday style show an, -.1 ',Vend:: Weiss, also will model.
Proceeds from the style show
luncheon for 12130 p.m. Sept. 22
at the Country Squire. Guests are will benefit the Bnai Brith Wom-
-invited to "Soar into the Sev- en's Children's Home in Israel, a
enties" with a fashion preview, residential treatment institution
rrated by Channel 12's news- dedicated to restoring severely
caster and moderator, Lee Hunter, disturbed children to productive
with music by Robert Winters. lives.
The grand prize will be a fur hat.
Co-chairmen are Mrs. Harry
Karsh and Mrs. Theodore Gold-
berg. Tickets and reservations
Dr. Nat N. Gross, a Flint dentist
are being handled by Mrs. Mich-
and theater enthusiast, died Satur-
ael Wittenberg. 235-0437, and
day at age 59.
Mrs. Sam Winston, 742-5146.
Dr. Gross was born in Canada
Mrs. Jack Kippelman and Mrs.
and educated at Syracuse Univer-
Marvin Persky are arranging pub-
sity, and Marquette University
licity, and Mrs. Robert Joseph is
Dental School.
supervising table arrangements
Dr. Gross joined the Flint Com-
and decorations. Social chairman
munity Players in 1957, was chair-
is Mrs. Edwin Elk.
Models include Mesdames An- man of its board of directors and
drew Winston, Jeff Blum, Robert acted in several plays. He also
Gutterman, Dave Gunsberg, Chuck appeared in Musical Tent produc-
Silverman, Dave Goldberg, Jeffrey tions and Temple Beth El plays
Kreindler and Mesdames Karsh, and was a member of Professional
Kippelman and Wittenberg. Two Theater of Flint.
Dr. Gross, 1213 Maxine, had
been a member of Beth El's
Lodge Goals Announced
board of trustees and board of
Bnai Brith Flint Lodge President
education, a faculty member of
Bert Marx announced its goals at
its religion school, president of
the recent lodge meeting.
its Memorial Association and a
The lodge will sponsor the Israel
vice president of the temple.
Bond Drive for the Jewish com-
He was a member of the Uni-
munity, as well as, the trees for versity and Phoenix clubs and the
Israel program, this year. The Genesee County Dental Society.
scholarship fund for Genesee
He leaves his wife, Rose; two
Valley College will be continued, daughters, Mrs. Louis Kwiker of
and approval was given for a con- Stamford, Conn., and Shari; and
tinued sponsorship of BBYO.
one grandchild.

Nat Gross, Dentist

Help Us Celebrate Our

3rd Anniversary

17;i7mm7

News

Six Million

By BETHANY SUE SCHWARTZ
(Bethany, I3-year-old daughter
of the late Sanford and Bonnie
Schwartz, is an all-A, student at
Beth Israel Hebrew School and
in public school. A graduate of
Longfellow Junior. High, she will
attend Genesee 1, allev School this
fall. She is the granddaughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shaprow, lead-
ers in the Flint Jewish commu-
nity.)
Is it enough that we remember.
Is it enough that we care?
Think about it for a minute, the
facts, they're all there.
Six million people went marching
to their deaths,
Singing a song with their very last
breaths.

Their treatment was brutal, but
their faith, it was strong.
It just had to be, for that's what
helped them along.
Is it fair, is it just? Was it really
for the best?
Is this what life is like?, or was
it only a test?

Death didn't scare them for faith
was in their hearts, as they
,atererl their final words.
I do believe.
AMEN

with

An Antique Auction

Sept. 14 thru Sept. 16 from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m.
and from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.

CHILDREN'S RIDES

An Art and Craft Show

Sept. 17th thru Sept. 19th

Free Pony Rides
from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m.
Sept. 17th thru Sept. 19th

Good at any of the following

LINCOLN CENTER STORES
10 1/2 Mile Road and Greenfield
Sept. 17, 18, and 19, 1970

Barton's Candy
Baskin-Robbins
Colony Accents
Checker Bar-B-Q
Cunningham Drugs

Except Liquor and Tobacco

Marc William Studio for flowers

Mister Marvin's
Peerless Cleaners
Radio Shack
The Weerhouse Botique
Richards Boys' &
Ross Music
Girls' Wear
Shifman's
Standard Wallcovering
Sibley's Shoes
Studio
Metropolitan Optical
Winkelman's

COUPON

$1.00

Valid
with any

$1.00
purchase
Or mere

542-7450

CARL CARSON

OPEN SUNDAY

Saul Seigel, executive director
of the Greater Flint Downtown
, Corp., has been named by the Mott
Foundation to become a consultant
on urban affairs. He will con-
tinue as head of the Downtown
Corp. and will supervise mid-city
redevelopment projects, including
the downtown parking system. In
his position with the foundation,
Seigel will participate in the grant
program on housng, human rela-
tions, economic planning and com-
munity planning.

Community
Calendar

Sept. 13-15—Temple Beth El Sister
hood Rummage Sale
14—Hadassah Board Meet-
ing, 12:30 p.m., home
of Mrs. Joe Robbins,
1217 Maxine
17—Beth Israel Board of
Education Meeting, 8
p.m.

Bar Mitzva

Coupon must be
presented at time
of purchase to be
redeemed.

Jonathan Pines, son of Mrs.
Florence Pines and Mr. Irving
Pines, will be called to the Torah
as Bar Mitzva Sept. 19 at Cong.
Beth Israel.

Vold after
Scot. 19,
1970

Offering a full line of BAR-B-Q meats
beef and Iamb shish kabob, steak patties and Iamb riblets.
We also carry veal scallopini, mock chicken, veal patties,
fondue meat.

Comings...
and
• • • Goings

Only 1 per

customer

7 Mile - Schaefer

So, I ask you again, is it enough
that we remember, is it enough
that we care.
We mustn't go through it again, for
twice, we could never bear.

With a $1.00 Gift Coupon

You'll be getting lots more than $1 worth of Celebrating

Formerly at

Now at Lincoln Shopping Center
101/2 - Greenfield

One by one they were carted off,
like animals in a zoo.
The rest of the world watched and
asked itself "What am I to do?"
But actions speak louder than
words, and in this case it was
true.

LINCOLN SHOPPING CENTER

Open from 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Carl's Kosher

Meat & Poultry Market

We're only asking questions that
have no answers as of now.
But these people they were inno-
cent so why did God allow?

So listen to this prayer for once,
don't let it go in and out of your
ears,
For this snnq itself was the song of
six million, yes six million
people's prayers.

101/2 Mile Road and Greenfield

Beth Israel's President Names Committee Heads

At the August board meeting of Mittleman; order and decorum,
Cong. Beth Israel, President Mur- Ted Vinacow; public relations, Dr.
ray Moss announced the following Soli Gaynor.
committee chairmen appoint-
Also, religious, Dr. Sam Gotlib;
room allocations, Mrs. Leonard
ments:
Bylaws, Gordon Suber; Corn- Bragman; seating, Max Harris;
munity Council, James Fink; fel- youth activities, Mrs. Sam Gotlib;
lowing and visitation, Jacob Pines; building, Jack Shaprow and Bar-
finance, Elliott Pricc, Gordon Sub- ney Sherman; legal, Gilbert Ru-
er and Louis Kasle; house, Barney benstein; long-range planning, Dr.
Sherman; Machpela, Dr. Sam Sor- Harry Newman; and nominating,
scher; membership, Dr. and Mrs. Louis Kasle.
Milton Siegel and Mr. and Mrs.
Popular psychology is a mass of
Leonard Bragman: memorials.
Sam Blum and Aaron Weston; cant, of slush and of superstition
men's club. Dr. Stanley Kaller, worthy of the most flourishing
Dr. Nelson Schafer and Dr. Mich-, days of the medicine man.
—John Dewey
ael Wittenberg; minyan, R. J. I

The greatest wisdom often con-
sists in ignorance, or the pretense
of it.—Baltasar Gracian.

EVERYTHING FOR HIM

Greenfield at 101/2 Mile Road

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