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May 18, 1973 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-05-18

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Anniversary in DC

Youth on
the More

A dinner Lommemorating
the 10th an ► •iversary of the
There will be no religious
United Jewish Appeal Young
Leadership Cabinet will be school on Memorial Weekend
held June 2 at the Washing- May 27 and 28 for both Cong.
ton Hilton Hotel, Washington, Beth Israel and Temple Beth
D. C. Michael Pelavin of El. Classes will resume May
Flint is chairman of the 29.

An "End-of-the-Year-Carni-
Guest of honor will be val" is slated for 11 a.m.-2
Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman,
UJA executive vice presi- p.m. June 3 at Cong. Beth
dent, who resides in Israel. Israel — barring any unsea-
Israel's new ambassador sonal snowstorm, like the one
to the United States, Simha that forced cancellation of
the first carnival on Purim.
Dinitz, wilf.',a.ddress the group Pony and train rides and
during an or eg Shabat pre-
game booths will be fea-
ceding the dinner.
Pelavin rioted that the tured. There will be no Sun-
day school at Beth Israel
dinner, which, s expected to that day, and classes at
bring together- -hundreds of Temple Beth El will let out
former cabinet - members at 11:30 a.m. so that temple
from across the country, is youngsters can join in.
• • •
an indication of the strength
of young leadership botli, on
There is room on the boys'
a community and on a
(age 12-18) and men's (18
tional level.
and above) baseball teams
A cabinet family retreat nci
'or informa-
will be held June 840 at the tion.
1. or Stephanie
Ramada Inn, Louisville, Ky., R,

Pelavin announced. The re-
the deadline for
treat is part of a series tak-
ations for the 1974
ing place around the country all ap
in which cabinet members Israel ri grimage sponsored
participate with their fami- by the commission on Jewish
lies in the Jewish experience education of the Flint Jewish
of Shebat. Community Council.
• • •
It is expected to draw
All-A students in Flint's
more than 100 cabinet mean-
bers and their families from junior and senior high schools
the Midwest. The theme of are Glenda Becker, Lynn
the weekend discussions and Becker, Scott Colish, David
activities will center around Failer, David Foote, Ted
the understanding of the Himelhoch, Karen Golden,
Torah and its relationship to Kimberly Hourvitz, Larry
marriage and the family. Kassel, Joel Kaufman, Sheryl
Kaufman, Joel Plawsky,
Steven Portney, Simon Ro-
That you have enemies you senthal, Jack Schafer, Ben-
must not doubt, when you nette Seide, Ronald Shapiro,
reflect that you have made Eric Sorscher, Steve Sor-
yourself eminent. — Thomas scher, Jamie Steinberg and
Jefferson. Si Steinberg.

Lsaroara Aosentuart
to 11 - e d Californian


Flint News

Israel's Day Marked by 400

Friday, May 18, 1973-15

Men to Hear
Jeanne Daman

Herman Acker, Mrs. Jo-
Four hundred
gathered at Temple Beth El seph Bernard, Mrs. Harry
May 9 to celebrate the 25th Binder, Mrs. Geoffrey Blum,
anniversary of the state of Mrs. James Cole, Mrs. Louis
Colish, Mrs. Phillip Fisher,
Mrs. Aaron Gochman, Mrs.
Following the sounding of Morris Gold, Dr. Evelyn
the shofar, the program fea- Golden, Mrs. Sam Goldstein,
tured the lighting of a 25- Mrs. Martin Gordon, Mrs.
candle menora by Leora Saul Gorne, Mrs. Benzion
Fellus, daughter of Mr. and Gotlib, Mrs. Howard Gross-
Mrs. Pinhas Fellus; a read-
man, Mrs. Leslie Kahn, Mrs.
ing written by Mrs. Peter Louis Kasle. Mrs. Harold
Kronick and read by her and Mallon, Mrs. Leonard Meiz-
BARBARA ROSENBLATT Mrs. H'irry Binder; and a lish, Mrs. Michael Melet.
dance presentation by the Mrs. Carl Myers, Mrs. Har-
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Ro- Michigan State University vey Olds, Mrs. Edward
Jeanne Daman, whose
senblatt of Westknoll Dr. an- Israeli folk dance group, who Powers, Mrs. Irving Ring,
nounce the engagement of then led the party-goers in Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rittman, heroism in rescuing Jewish
children from the Holocaust
their daughter Barbara Lynn Israeli dances.
Mrs. Leon Rosky, Mrs. Mazel has been chronicled, will ad-
to Stanton Lee Sachs, son of
Israeli foods were prepared Rotenberg, Mrs. S. Safer, dress the men's intermediate
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sachs
the efforts of Fellus and Mrs. Sol Schafer, Mr. and gifts dinner for the United
of Canoga Park, Calif.
staff, consisting of Mrs. Mrs. Edward Shapiro, Mrs. Jewish Appeal, 6:30 p.m.
Miss Rosenblatt, a gradu-
ate of Northwood Institute, Benjamin Epstein, Mrs. Ron- Jack Stanzler, Mrs. Martin Thursday at Cong. Beth Is-
Midland, is a past president aid Goldstein and Mrs. Suber, Mrs. Joseph Wein- rael. Because of the re-
stein and many teen-agers. sponse of women's division
of Alpha Chi Sorority. Her Franklin Kasle.
Harry Binder was chair- participants who saw and
Assisting with preparations
fiance is a graduate of In-
man of the annual event.
heard Miss Daman, it was
diana University, Blooming- were the following:
felt that the men should have
ton, and is affiliated with
the opportunity to hear this
Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity.
speaker. For reservations,
The -couple plans a No-
call the Flint Jewish Com-
vember wedding in Califor-
munity Council, 767-5922.
May 20—Council Young first annual Bnai Brith din-
Leadership Meeting, ner-dance will be held 7 p.m.
4:30 p.m., home of June 10 at Country Squire.
Comings ...
Dr. and Mrs. Stew- Paid-up members will re-
art Epstein.
—Temple Beth El Con- For reservations and in-
Brad D. Leavitt, son of
Mrs. Cleone Leavitt, will be
. . Goings
8 p.m.
called to the Torah as Bar
21—Beth Israel Sister-
Mitzva 10 a•m. May 26 at
Michael Pelavin, incoming
ORT members and guests
hood Board Meeting,
Cong. Beth Israel.
president of the Flint Jewish
1 p.m., home of Mrs.
for lunch and a tour of the Community Council and
Edward Osher.
Simple arithmetic proves
Wilson Estate (Meadowbrook chairman of the United Jew-
that you can't spend more
22—Temple Beth El Sis- Hall) in Rochester. There is ish Appeal Young Leadership
than you make and get away
terhood Annual an admission charge. For in- Cabinet, has been asked to
with it.
Meeting, 12:30 p.m. formation and reservations, serve on the resolutions com-
Youth Activ- call Mrs. Sanders Goodstein, mittee for the General As-
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24—Hadassah Bowling
Beth Israel Torah fund fare Funds, Inc.
Banquet, Noon, luncheon chairman Mrs.
Ernie Weinstein. son of Mr.
Country Squire.
Paul Biesman announced that
—United Jewish Ap- 12:30 p.m. May 30 is the date and Mrs. Joe Weinstein, re-
peal Men's Division for the annual affair at the ceived his BA degree from
Intermediate Gifts synagogue. Mrs. Harry Feld- the University of Michigan—
Dinner, 6:30 p.m., man is luncheon chairman. Flint. He will tour Europe
Cong. Beth Israel.
The program will revolve and Israel following gradu-
* *
around tips on the use of ation.
* *
Temple Beth El will hold small objects in decorating
Mrs. Brent L. Carey (Val-
its annual congregational and members may bring
meeting, preceded by a pot- such objects with them. Mrs. erie B. Scho), daughter of
luck dinner, 6:30 p.m. Sun- Miriam Shenkman will speak Mr. and Mrs. Ira C. Scho, re-
day at the temple. The meet- on Torah Fund. For reserva- ceived her master of arts in
$ c 16
ing will begin at 8. Members tions, call Mrs. Biesman, history from the University
$ c 26
are asked to bring a side 238-9338. of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
„„,, 5 of
dish. To make reservations
Ar.. 1 2 Gal.
,olda Doctimentary
be brought, call the temple
of Dr. and Mrs. Sam Gotlib,
z... 1/2 Gal
Be on
office, 232-3138.
and Nancy
$ 3 23
show the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
$ 2 79
Hadassah Bowling League film "BBC Panorama: Golda Gilbert Ruben-stein, are grad-
L'hish y
4 5 Pt .
will award trophies 12:15 Meir," a documentary of uating from the University
All Taxes
p.m. Thursday at the Coun- 3 rime Minister Golda Meir's of Michigan's nursing school.
All Taxes
* *
try Squire. The following will life from Milwaukee to Is-
be cited: First place team rael, 7 p.m. Sunday. In the
Carole Hurwitz, daughter
4: Golda Shapiro, captain, form of an interview with of Dr. and Mrs. Louis Hur-
' sV
Rose Alechman, Helen Krue- Mrs. Meir, combined with witz, is graduating from the
ger, Gail Schoenfield and historical footage, it inter University of Michigan's
Darilyn Suber; high score, 1 twines her personal life with school of education.
game, team 5: Eileen Bren- the events of the century
* • *
ner, Zelma Fivenson, Mimi which have shaped Jewish
Philip Herzog, son-in-law
Hanflik, Roz Kramer and destiny, especially the his- of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert
Annabelle Siegel; high score, tory of the settlement in Rubenstein, is graduating
The good, honest Scotch at a
3 game, team 2: Judy Bies- Palestine and the formation from the New York Medical
from Canada's oldest distiller.
good, honest Scotch Dollar price.
man, Estelle Hartman, Sandy and growth of Israel.
College, while Howard Kap-
A masterful blend of treasured reserves of fine
Kahrnoff, Sonia Schafer and
Get more for your Scotch dollar with
lan, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Canadian whiskies... in a package of remarkable
Barbara Yale; high game Mrs. Mary Smith, 84 Lawrence Kaplan is gradu-
a Scotch tradition since 1834.
Mary Smith, 516 Lafayette. ating from Wayne State's
three game high actual :
medical school.
86 Proof.
Marla Stone, 513; high one died May 9 at age 84.
* *
Mrs. Smith was born in
game with handicap: Sand'.
Larry Edward Fink, son
Kahrnoff, 250; and high three Russia and lived in Flint for
rif Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
game with handicap: Marla the last 50 years.
She was a member of Fink, received honors in
Stone, 642. Anyone wish'n-
to bowl with Hadassah next Cong. Beth Israel and its chemistry upon graduation
fall may contact Sandy sisterhood and Hadassah. with a BS degree in cellular
Surviving are a son, Dr. biology from the University
Kahrnoff, 694-7023.
f Michigan, Ann Arbor.
Maurice J.; a daughter, Mrs
Bnai Brith President Iry Sarah Osher; and four grand-
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