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• UJA Campaign Leadership to,:: 11e.,- Honored at Sunday Event.
The Flint Jewish Community
Council will honor the chairmen
and leadership of the 1971 Flint
United Jewish Appeal campaign
at its annual dinner meeting 6:30
p.m. Sunday at TeinPle Beth EL
Guest speaker will be Isaac Tou-
bin, executive vice president of the
American Association for. Jewish
Honorees are Murray E. Moss,
general chairman; Dr. Ira. B.
Marder and Dr. Jack Stanzler.
associate chairmen; and Mes-
dames Charles Dodge, Leon Rosky
and Sol Schafer, women's division
The dinner program will list the
following who assisted in the cam-
paign this past year:
Men's division: Honorary chair-
men. Jacob Pines and -Israel Sen-
dler; campaign coordinator. Jo-
seph Megdell: special gifts, Louis
Kasle. chairman, and Philip Agree
and Jack Shaprow, co-chairmen;
initial gifts, Michael A. Pelavin,
chairman, and Dr. Saul Gorne and
Alfred E. Klein, co-chairmen;
pacesetters gifts. Dr. Loon Rosky,
chairman, and Dr. William Ber-
nard and Gilbert Y. Rubenstein,
co-chairmen; advance gifts, Dr.
Arnold Schaffer, chairman, and
Dr. Eli Shapiro, co-chairman;
key gifts, Harry Binder, Malcolm
Isaacs and Nathan Schafer, chair-
men; young leadership, Frank
Kasle, chairman, and Dr. Stanley
Kaller and Milton Weiss, co-chair-
men; intermediate gifts, Ronald
Goldstein, chairman, and Dr.
Michael Wittenberg, en-chairman,
and general solicitation, Jacob
The campaign cabinet consisted
of Jerome Arenson, Samuel Cats ;
Nov. 20—Beth Israel Sisterhood
Oneg Shabat, 2 p.m.,
home of Dr. and Mrs.
—Bnai Brith Dinner-Dance
and Fashion Show, 7
p.m., Country Squire
21—Flint Jewish Community
Council Annual Dinner,
6:30 p.m., Temple Beth
man, Samuel Cossman, Lawrence
23—Bnai Brith Women Meet-
Covitz, Edwin Elk, Louis Epstein,
ing, 12:30 p.m., home of
Dr. H. M. Golden, Sanders Good-
Mrs. Marvin Heidenrich.
stein, Benzion Gotlib, Robert
—Council Commission on
Gutterman; . Arthur Hurand, Law-
Jewish Education Meet-
rence Kaplan, Dr. Peter Kronick,
ing, 8 p.m., home of Mrs.
Dr. Harold Mallon, Dr. Bert Marx,
Carl Myers, Edward Osher, B.
Morris Pelavin, Harry Ratner,
24.-Flint Jewish Community
Dr.• Milton Rosenbaum, Edwin
Connell Red Cross Blood
Schrgiher, Gerald Schreiber, Emil
Program, Noon-6 p.m.,
pchupack, Martin Suber and Sid-
Temple Beth El.
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Campaign workers were: Joe
ORT will meet 1.2:30 p.m. Nov.
_Dean, Albert Binder, Leonard
30 at the River Forest Community
Julian - Feller, Dr.
- • Room. Officers will be installed.
- Erwin -Gntowitz, Hy Klein, Da-
vid Magda', Edward Powers,
Brith 'Women will see a
Dr. Maurice Taylor and Dr.
program. on "'How to Diet Delight=
• fug.174P. r.'enriductedhy. Bette Heiden-
Women's division: Honorary
.- tick attlltittie;/44.1.5:Santa Cruz,
Mrs. William ,Biilies;
12:30- p.m. Tuesday. The "diet
Associate chkirriten„- Mrs; Robert
right workahop!' will :be preceded
buffet _featuring. low-calorie Blood Vonors Sought IGutterman and - Mai. Shruiii
,dianer; and-immediate past chmr-
foods. For reservations, call_Sbir-
chairman men, Mrs.; Ram ,..Oossman„ ,Mrs,
Arimid; 'Schaffer . _ tind 'Mrs: Endl
CoUneW& Red '.Croiè.' Blood
.,4chupa- ck. -
qualified persona The 7campaign cabinet consisted
tirchlitate:blOnd noon-$ p.m. Wed-
MisdaniesrPhRip 5Agree; Jerome
Weinstein, Harry Weisberger and
Campaign workers were Mes-
dames William Bernard, Harry
Feldman, Morris Gold, Benzion
Gotlib, J. J. Gutow, Louis Harris,
Sidney Hartman, Arnold Hartz,
Harry Katz, Alfred Klein, James
Lebster, Daniel Levy, Hyman
Loikrec, Ira Marder, Harvey Olds,
Morris Rubenstein, Eli Shapiro,
Arthur Silverman, Jack Stanzler
and Max Wexler.
In charge of workers training
were Mesdames Murray Moss, Al
Tucker and Milton Weiss.
For reservations, call the Coun-
cil Office, 767-5922.
BBW Evening to Feature
fashions for Both Sexes
A dimier-dance and style show
will be sponsored by Bnai Brith
Women 7 p.m. Saturday at the
Country Squire Restaurant. The
evening will begin with a cocktail
hour .and 'a candlelight supper at 8.
Fashions for both men and women
will be shown at 930, and the eve-
I Bar Mitzva
ning will conclude with dancing
to the music.of Ted Barry and his
orchestra. For tickets, call Mes-
dames Jeffrey Blum, 732-5189
Charles -Silverman, 232-8598; or
Leon Sehafert 239-7453.
David Seide, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Leo Seide, will be called to the
Torah as Bar Mitzva 8:30 p.m.
Nov. 26 at Temple Beth EL
Martin Douglas Wolf, son of Dr.
Happiness is good for the body
and -Mrs. Melvyn Wolf, will be
called to the Torah as Bar Mitzva but sorrow strengthens theePirit.
-4larcel P roust
9 a.m. Nov. 27 at Temple Beth EL
nesday ar Temple Beth El. -
to. dOnate blood may 'tpbtain infor-
mation .4. 'from. Mrs. Mittleman;
232 - 5004; her co - chairman, Mrs.
Joe Bernard, -240-0823;"2 or the Coun-
Arthur Hurand, Louis - Kasle; Peter
Kronick, Asher Marder, Carl
Myers, Seymour Osher, Michael
The folloW4:Flietreiee eticleete. .cil
Pelavin, Jack Rabin, Milton Rosen-
•-. received - degrees from',1ttiChigan
Red Cross baum, Gilbert Rubenstein, Wil-
• State ileivertity'iiit the ed of The. has • expressed
appreciation to liam Shapiro ,
• summer term: Terry J. Adler, and the , CoUsicil'..for sponsoring the
,masters de- - .)3160d; drive, during . Thanksgiving
g rees; and Pola E. Sorkin bache- week.:10...eollections - 'usually fall Amchitk Not to
for TreniOr*:.6,,. , rao
trip Jet via
7 Plights 'at the Luxurious Plaza Jnte!
Cocktail Party on arrival
Continental Breakfast Daily
Modified American plan $120 additional per person
G404 AqiliPit at Airpofl and tel
Yacht Cruise with -Unlimited Coktails
ors were 'reported
Israel, but Israeli 4scientists said
that the tremors lid *Willie to do
Sat-Dep. effectiveJan. -22 ."
Travel Service -Inc.
with the American underground
nuclear „blast '• last - Saturday - at
Amchitka in the Aleutian Islands.
The „tremors were - felt.mainly at
Kiryat Shemona near the Lebanese
border and at the nearby Kibutz
Shamir. A slight earthquake was
also felt at Rat, Galim, a suburb of
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• ' ' Shown.' at the ,FUJFWE' assembly' sessions are (from left) Dr. Jack
Stander, chairmaniOf the Flint Jewish- seMemnatr. -Vooeml's com-
munity :relatives, committee; ' Mrs- . Edward: Powers,, co-editor of
"Operation maiadav,, 4,T.,;8.eiatiOsii;,.. emeadivii director; and Nat
o*MMkagMeet . :Ao New York.
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' - PITTSBURGH -, The 4eVtisIC!coalinaititi ' of . -Flint - received high
honors at the-40th:nationaVassemblyr:01-the Council of Jewish Federa-
tions : and -Welfare : rands , here- during -Athe- last weekend. ra
' Two awardsWere given the 'Flint Jefrish. Community Council.
Flint. was . one 61213 cities to win two aiiirds. each. The awards
to Flint were for the Jewish Uommtittity:-Goatieilli Middle East , Bulle-
A i r o,
4 e...,:plii - for.its,:ci
ViF libertiesmanual 'It Can't
" call . -
Active rilE in assembly sessions included Michael Pelavin,
. sessions and addressed a third, and Dr. Jack
... - who presided it-
Stansler,;lbo, .. . , discussant at one of the sessions.
tes to the assfettibliWire: Mr. and kn. Edwin
The 19 Mt' '
- Elk, Mrs. Simon Ulmer, Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Isaacs, Mr. and Mrs.
• Alfred Klein, Mri: -1 119mis Kral, Mr. and Mrs. B. Morris Pelavin,
Mr. and Mrs. Ifielpial,Pelavin, Mr- and Mrs:Edward Powers, Dr. and
.,*.rs..,LeAitRn$113":11E Pod Mrs. Ack,..5.t4iler..1.Md-ItYACIIMan-
(See' etalied Macy on assembly, Page 1)-
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