And a Good Time Was Had by All
at Flint's Community Hanuka Party
The Flint Jewish Community
Council sponsored its first commu-
nitywide Hanuka party on the first
night of the holiday—a result of
the suggestion by the Senior
With the cooperation of Cong.
Beth Israel and Temple Beth El,
the event drew almost 400 men,
women and children in an expres-
sion of community spirit and to-
Teen-agers danced to rock and
roll and led in the hors, with all
ages joining in. Even the two rab-
bis participated in the dancing.
Refreshments were furnished by
the Senior Friendship Club and
Hadassah, with Mrs. Max Fran.
kel and Mrs. Frances Hertz as
Chairman Edward Powers began
the meeting with the singing of
Hatikva and the Star Spangled
Banner. At each table was a
menora. The shamos candle was
lit in unison, and the first prayer
was led by Louis Kasle. The sec-
ond prayer was led by David Price,
and the third by Israel Itaacs. An
English reading was presented by
Rabbi Gerald Schuster spoke on
the significance of David Ben-
Gurion's birthday, and Rabbi Gil-
bert Kollin presented his feelings
on the significance of a community
Hanuka party. Israel Sendler de-
livered a talk in Yiddish on the
significance of the community ga-
thering and said he hoped this
would become an annual event.
Any member of the community
wishing to purchase trees in honor
of Ben-Gurion's birthday may con-
tact Mrs. Hertz.
"Impressions of Venezuela" will
be presented by Dr.' and Mrs. Don-
ald Herman at a Temple Emanuel
sisterhood luncheon Jan. 12. The
Hermans, former Detroiters, re-
turned this summer with their
three children from a one-year sab-
batical in Venezuela. Dr. Herman
is an associate professor at Grand
Valley State College.
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Mr. and Mrs. Donald Be Romer
of Rockford announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Sherryl I.
to Paul H. Fisher of Tipton. Miss
Rcmer is a graduate of Michigan
State University, where Mr. Fisher
is a student.
• • *
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kravitz of
East Grand Rapids announce the
engagement of their daughter
Phyllis E. to Cyril M. Greenbaum,
son of Mr. and Mrs. David Green-
baum of Chicago. The couple will
marry this winter.
• ,* •
Florence Freed, wife of Abraham
Dec. 26—Tween Bowling Program, Freed, died at age 72 in Miami
2:30 p.m., Town and
Beach. A Grand Rapids resident
most of her life, Mrs. Freed leaves
her husband; two sons, Abe Roth
27—Beth Israel Sisterhood
Board Meeting, 12:30 p.m. and Dr. Louis H. Roth; a daugh-
Temple Beth El Board ter, Mrs. Seymour (Esther) Pad-
nos of Holland; two sisters and
Meeting, 8 p.m.
28—Bnai Brith Board Meet- eight grandchildren.
ing, 8:30 p.m.
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Yeshiva U. to Launch
Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary
of Flint has been busy looking
NEW YORK — A five-year co-
into the needs of other Flint or-
ganizations. JWVA purchased a operative relationship has been
bumper pool table for the Jewish established between Yeshiva Uni-
Youth Center of Flint and do- versity and Federation of Jewish
nated $80 toward the purchase of Philanthropies to train graduate
an optiscope for the Service Cen- students for careers as leaders in
Jewish community organizations.
ter for the Visually Impaired.
The joint venture, first of its
kind in any school of social work,
announced by Lawrence B.
Comings .. .
Buttenwieser, president of the
of Jewish Philanthro-
pies, and Dr. Samuel Belkin,
. . . Goings president of Yeshiva University.
Under the program, Yeshiva
Dr. Milton J. Rosenbaum has
University's Wurzweiler School
been elected chief of the depart- of Social Work will offer a two-
ment of general practice for 1972
year masters degree program
at Genesee Memorial Hospital.
in Jewish community organiza-
Re-elected to another year as chief tion in which students will re-
of staff was Dr. Raymond M. En-
ceive fieldwork experience at
federation and its agencies.
Federation will subsidize the
program by setting up the William
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of Youth Services Appeal,
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The new Jewish Youth Center is
in need of the following items:
filing cabinet, 1 typewriter, I. office ta-
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office laMp, carpet for office LrziErd,".
carpeting for library 121/2'xI9," I libra-
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waste baskets, assorted books, encyclo-
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Irving Simen, president of Flint
Lodge 656, presented Roy Alexan-
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Youth Services Appeal, with the
Certificate of Honor Hai Award,
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Frank Friedman, program chair-
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Edna Lindsay, religious coordina-
tor of Lapeer State Home and
Training Center, with a check for
the "Our Chapel of the Angels"
Fund. She also received a book on
the history of Baal Brith, as did
Mrs. Vera Boughner, volunteer at
Lapeer State Home. They both
spoke , on the need to raise funds
fot the nonsectarian chapel at
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