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October 22, 1971 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-10-22

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Sisterhood Auction

F 444.
14—Friday, October 22, 1971

Ronald Sheiman Takes
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under way at


The newlywed Ronald Lee Shei-
mans will make their home in
Hartford, Conn., after a honey-
moon in the East. The bride,
Deborah Joy Lovitky, is the daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Lovitky of Begole St. Mr. Sheiman
is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Samuel
Sheiman of Fairfield, Conn.

The couple was married by
Rabbi Gilbert Kollin at Temple
Beth El Sunday evening.

The bride was gowned in or-
ganza over a matching peau de
sole A-line gown. Re-embroidered
English net covered the Empire
bodice, accented with seed pearls.
-The scallop-edged standup collar
and long, narrow sleeves were
outlined with pearls, and there was
a matching chapel train. Short
tiers of silk illusion were secured
by an open crown circlet of or-
ganza and re-embroidered pearls.
The bride carried roses and Steph-
anotis in a French colonial design.
Attending her were Shelley
Hourvitz, maid of honor; and
bridesmaids Mrs. John Hartman
of Bloomington, Ind., Harriet
Koffman, Mrs. Bernard Toby of
Pontiac, Mrs. Zuli Steremberg
of Trumbull, Conn., the bride-
groom's sister, and Mrs. Michael
Rubin of Ann Arbor.
Best man was Jay Ringelheim
of Fairfield, and ushers were Jef-
frey Lovitky, the bride's brother;
Gary Gladstein of Fairfield, Dr.
Zuli Steremberg, David Schwanz
of Detroit and Richard Scholsohn
of Fairfield.
Also participating in the cere-
mony were the bride's grandpar-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hour-
vitz and Mrs. Max Frankel, and
the bridegroom's grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Feinberg of
Rego Park, N.Y.


Bar Mitzva

Scott Berman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sterling Berman, will be
called to the Torah as Bar Mitzva
9 a.m. Oct. 30 at Temple Beth El.

. . . And continues in City Council chambers, where Jack
Stanzler addresses the overflow crowd.

Jewish Community Council Particpates
in Two Series Television Productions

Termed the best-attended Jew- -
ish activity ever held in Flint,- a
„Soviet. Jewry.Simhat 3017411 Mar s h
drew -a crowd - of -.nearly - 900--to
Willson Park and the City Connell
chambers Oct. 10.
Dr. Jack Stanzler, chairman of
the community relations commit-.
tee of the Flint Jewish Commu-
nity Council, which sponsored the
event, said there was total coop-
eration from every community or-
ganization, and the end result was
one of a common effort on - behalf
of Soviet Jewry.
A proclamation setting Sunday
aside as Religious Freedom Day
in Flint was read at the City
Council gathering, addressed by
Dr. Herbert H. Paper, prolesSor
of linguistics ' at the University
of Michigan.
Prof. Pa-per, who helped in ef-
forts to win release of Prof. Mik..
hail Zand from the Soviet Union,
told the audience:
"We must bang on the door and
protest unceasingly, not just- on
this day but on every day. We
know they (the Soviets) are sensi.:,
tive to outside pressure. The - press-
ure must be unceasing."
Rev. Thomas Sagendorf, director
of the Interfaith Action Council,
greeted the participants on behalf
of Flint Christians, and Dr. Stanz-
ler asked that letters be sent to
families of Jews being harassed
by Soviet authorities.
Rabbi Gilbert Kollin of Cong.
Beth Israel blew the shofar.
Greetings were sent - by President
Nixon, Sen. Philip A. Hart, Sen.-
Robert Griffin, Congressman Don-
ald Riegle Jr. and Gov: William
Milliken. -
Among those who took part in
the march were a delegation in
Flint for the statewide meeting of
Michigan Temple Youth. •

Beth Israel Sisterhood will hold
its annual art auction Sunday at
Temple -Beth El. The champagne
preview„begins at 6., p.m., auction
at 7:30. Refreshments will follow.
Prizes - will be given, according to
co-chairmen Mrs. Max Linder,
Mrs. Gilbert Kaplan and Mrs.
Aaron Makrouer.
, Tickets may be purchased at
the -door for a nominal, charge.

Success has ruined many a man.
—Benjamin Franklin





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Cooperating with the Regional weekly series "A Time to Build."
Ecumenical Broadcasting Organi- The programs were arranged by
zation (REBCO), the Flint Jewish Rev. Howard H. Brown of the Dio-
Community Council has filmed two cese of Saginaw which presents
half-hour television shows for the the show.
The first program suggested and
prepared by Council is devoted to
Jewish-Christian relationships and
the Gentile view of Israel. This
show includes a new film and is
introduced by Rev. Thomas Sagen.
Oct. 24—Beth Israel Sisterhood Art dorf, director of the Flint Inter-
Auction, Temple Beth El; faith Action Council. The telecast
There is always something about
Guaranteed Control- of Roaches,
champagne -preview
can be viewed on Channel 12 noon your success that displeases even
Mice, Ants and Clover Mites.
E. John KW..
Evenings 557-8585
p.m., auction 7:30.
Saturday and 9 a.m. Sunday; and your best friends.—Oscar Wilde
25—Beth Israel Sisterhood on Channel 25 4 p.m. Oct. 31.
Board Meeting, 12:30 p.m.
The second program features a
—Temple Beth El Board panel discussion on Soviet Jewry
Meeting, 8 p.m.
with Rabbi Gilbert Kollin, Dr. Leon
26—Bnai Brith Men and IRosky, Brad Shapiro and Leslie
Women Joint Board Meet- Klein. This show will be shown
ing, 8 p.m.
on Channel 12 noon Oct. 30 and 9
27—Annual Dinner Committee a.m. Oct. 31; and on Channel 25
Meeting, 8 p.m., home of 4 p.m. Nov. 7.
Free Loaner Service
Louis Kasle.
To Our Customers
28—General Assembly Dele-
gates Dinner Meeting, 6 ORT Organizing Here
p.m., at the Farm.
A dessert luncheon will be given
—Council Board of Gover-
nors Meeting, 8:30 p.m., 1 p.m. Nov. 1 at the home of Mrs.
Max Harris to formally organize an
Temple Beth El.
• • •
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Ann Lebster Chapter, Hadassah,
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Frank Fried-
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