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March 17, 1972 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-03-17

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--. Mrs: Robert Gutterman and Mrs: Lions is Is aTporlticill inVyst and
Simon Indliner;,:so-chairmcii. of the former United Nations correspond-
women's division of the-Flint:Unit- ent in London, Paris, Beirut and
ed -Jewish , AppeaL -4nrionnce that Damascus. ,
Born in Riga, Hellman studied at
Yehuda Hellman:Will be guest
speaker at a -luncheon for con-
Or'rruire
'. tribitors, of $250 -
Wednesday, at the home of Mrs.
Leo Seide.
For reservations, call the Co
cil, 767-5922.
HeilMan, executive director of
the Conference of - Presidents of
Major American Jewish.Organize7. :

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, Mardi 17; 1972-37

Sir Moses Montefiore
to Be-Aeliniried- in Israel

LONDON The remains of Sir
=was Moses'Isidlitefiore, z the IatritiMf Oen.
the Hebie;; =
ish philanthropist and scholar who
graduated from the American Uni- aided Jewish settleinent in Pales-
versitY at Beirut. Today a num- tine during the last quarter of the
ber of his classmates are prom- 19th Century, will be brought to
inent Arab leaders.
Israel shortly for reburial
The decision was made by the
trustees of the Montefiore Endow-
ment Fund.

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The Flint UJA Women's Division pacesetters luncheon, at the
home of Mrs. Michael Pelavin, drew among others (from left) stand-
ing: Mesdames Malcolm Isaacs; Hyman Loikrec; Michael Pelavin;
William Bellies, honorary chairman; Dr. Evelyn Golden; B. Morris

Pelavin; Sol Schafer; Joe Bernard; Robert Gutterman and Simon
Indianer, co-chairmen; Morris Gold; Emil Schupack; and Arnold
Schaffer; seated: Mesdames Gilbert Rubenstein, associate chair-
man; Maurice Fantzur, guest speaker; Samuel Cossman; Jerome Area-
son; and Leon Rosky. Not pictured are Mesdames Philip Agree;
Arthur Hurand; Louis Rade, associate chairman; Jack Stanzler; and
Sam Wiseman. After the presentation by Mrs. Fantus, chairman
of the women's division in Chicago, Mrs. Indianer said "we know
that nationally women's divisions give up to 15 per cent of the total
drive, but we feel that with our enthusiasm and understanding, we
can and must do better."

YEHUDA HELLMAN
• • •
Dr. Leon Rosky, general chair-
man of the 1972 Flint United Jew-
ish Appeal, announced the lead-
ership of the campaign at a
brunch in his home last week. They
are:
Honorary chairmen, Jacob Pines
and Israel Sendler; special gifts
chairman, Louis Kasle; initial
gifts chairman, Michael Pelavin;

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Beth Israel Students to Attend Model Seders

Beth Israel Religious School will
hold model seders at students'
homes March 26.
Grades kindergarten and 1 will
be at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Wiseman; grades 2 and .3 at
the home of Dr." and Mrs. Max
Kukler; 4A and 4B at the home of
Dr. and Mrs. (Milton Siegel; 5 and
6A--at the borne of Mr. and Mrs.
Gerald Schrieber; and 6B and 7 at
the home of Dr. and Mrs. Carl

Soviet Officials Shun
Israel Sports Team

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The first
Israeli sports team to visit the
Soviet Union since it broke diplo-
matic relations with Jerusalem in
1967 participated in the seventh
European judo championship tourn-
Sendier ament in Leningrad.
Pines
According to reports reaching
pacesetters gifts chairman; Dr. here the nine young Israelis and
Jack Stanzler; advance gifts chair- the adults who accompanied them
men, Dr. Saul Gorne, Dr. Ira experienced a chill that was not
Marder and Nathan Schafer; key due entirely to the Russian winter.
gifts chairmen, Dr. William Bern-
There was no one in official
ard, Malcolm Isaacs and Dr. capacity to meet the Israeli team
Arnold Schaffer; intermediate gifts at Moscow airport, and consequent-
chairmen, Edwin Elk. Louis Ep- ly they missed their plane connec-
stein, Murray Moss, Edward Pow- tion to Leningrad and arrived late
ers, Edwin Schreiber and Arnold at the tournament. Their Israeli
Skulsky; and general solicitation flags and emblems were confis-
chairman, Jacob Pines.
cated by the Soviet authorities.
The campaign cabinet includes
Otherwise, however, the Israeli
Lawrence Covitz, Dr: H. M. Gold- team was received correctly and
en, Ronald Goldstein, Robert Gut- was made comfortable.
terman, Lawrence Kaplan, Alfred
Their performance at the tourna-
Klein, Rabbi Gilbert Kollin, Joseph ment was poor, a fact attributed in
Megdell, B. Morris Pelavin, Rabbi part to the cold weather which Is-
Gerald Schuster, Dr. Eli Shapiro raelis are not accustomed to, and
and Jack Shaprow.
to their excitement.

Fisher. Under the direction of PTA
President Mrs. Albert Binder, a
chicken meal will be served after
the Passover service.
• a
Mrs. Frumeth Siegel has joined
the Beth Israel School faculty.
Mrs. Siegel, who has a degree in
music, will work regularly with
the junior congregation and will
help form a school choir. The
"makela" (choir) will meet 10:50
11:35 a.m. Sundays in the music
room of Coolidge School.

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Among the men attending the recent Flint UnitedJewish Appeal
campaign brunch are (frein left) seated: Malcolm Isaacs; Dr.
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UJA field representative; Rabbi Gerald Schuster; Rabbi Gilbert
Rollin; Arnold Similar Dr. H.- M. Golden; and Israel -Bendier;
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Not shown are Dr. William Bernard and Jacob Pines. -
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