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July 13, 1973 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-07-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Registration Taken for Camping Trips

Registration is still being
taken for the camping trips
sponsored by the Flint Jew-
ish Community Council. The
first trip, beginning July 29
is for married and single
adults, 20 years old and
over; the second trip begin-
ning Aug. 6 is a co-ed trip
for teenagers over 13. Ad-
vance registration is re-
quired. For reservations,
contact Stephanie Rittman,
232-5716 or Jerry Rittman,
732-9099. Both trips will be
to Lake Superior Provincial

Park in Canada, and there
is a charge for the trips.

Sports Beat

An error reported that the
Council boys' baseball team
was undefeated, however,
the team lost the June 25
game. The boys' make-up
game scheduled for June 29
was cancelled because of
weather. Their next game
will be 6 p.m. Monday at
Bassett Park.
The men's baseball team
won its last game against
Halsey United Methodist by
a score of 12-8. Their next
game will be 6 p.m. Thurs-
day at the Armory.

"I hope for nothing. I fear
nothing. I am free."
—Nikos Kazantzakis

Foreign Car Service

Cong. Beth Israel elected
the following slate of officers
and board members to serve
for 1973-74: President, Dr.
Leon Rosky; vice presidents,
Barney Sherman and Gerald
Schreiber; secretaries, Syd
Osher and Myrna Bragman;
treasurer, Edwin Schreiber;
board of education chair-
man, Dr. Arnold Schaffer;
sisterhood president, Mrs.
Harry Weisberger; past
presidents, Murray Moss,
Sidney Kramer, Louis Kasle,
Jack Shaprow and Dr. Sam
Sorscher; board members,
Herman Acker, Albert Bind-
er, Dr. Raymond Failer,
Ruby Fisher, Dr. Sam Got-
lib, Mrs. Arnold Hartz, Pat
Himelhoch, Ivah Kukler, Ed
Powers, Elliott Price, Dr.
Milton Siegel, Ted Vinacow
and Milton Weiss.

SPECIALIS T

IN

VOLKSWAGEN

AND

PORSCHE CARS

CALL

548-3926
548-4160
541-9704

1018 W. 9 Mi e Rd.
Alfons G. Rehme

Community
Calendar

FERNDALE,
MICH.

Between Livernois
& Pinehurst

Bnai Brith Lodge and
Women will hold a joint fund-
raising sale of a stereo re-
cording, brochure and map.
The record is entitled "Songs
of Jerusalem" and contains
contemporary songs, early
and traditional tunes. To pur-
chase this combined package
of record, brochure and map,
contact Flint Lodge 656, 1184
River Valley Drive, E-7,
Flint, Mich. 48504.

I

Flint News

Cash Collection Heads Named

Michael Pelavin, president
of the Flint Jewish Commu-
nity Council, , announces the
appointment of Murray Moss
and Dr. Jack Stanzler as co-
chairmen of the cash collec-
tion committee.
Moss and Dr. Stanzler are
in the process of selecting
their committee so that they
can begin collecting pledges
to help meet the ever-in-
creasing needs in Israel, and
locally funded areas such as
the youth center, Jewish
education. day camp and
senior citizens.
In Israel, housing remains
the most critical social need
— 55,000 families still live
in overcrowded conditions.
Financial support is needed
in all levels of education, Second Camp Week
and 28,000 Israeli families
The second week of the
need assistance including Council's day camp, Camp
dental and health services Maccabee, will begin Mon-
and convalescent care. Bed day at Temple Beth El with
occupancy in many hospitals a record enrollment.
in Israel now runs as high
There are still openings for
as 135 per cent. There is an the second session which will
urgent need for cash to al- begin July 23. To register,
leviate the shortage of hos- contact the Council office,
pital beds, and provide suf- 767-5922.
ficient health services in
development areas.
When in doubt, tell the
The co-chairmen have been I truth.—Mark Twain.

NEW
LINCOLN TOWERS

All you'd ever want
... where you want it.

Lincoln (101/2 Mile)

You can walk to the Lincoln Center shopping mall from
Lincoln Towers, and do your banking on the way
Just down Greenfield is Northland with all its shops and
services. You're also near the Southfield and Lodge
Freeways, so it's easy going anywhere: downtown, the far
northwest suburbs, the lakes and parks beyond.

NEW
LINCOLN TOWERS

Rental Apartments
on Lincoln
east of Greenfield

MODELS HOURS:
12-6 Daily & Sunday
PHONE:

968-0011

EQUAL HOUSING

OPPORTUNITY

Gree nfi eld

a2 pi loo 3

Here you'll find one-bedroom, two-bedrooM and studio
apartments. Carpeted throughout. With fully equipped
kitchens. Tiled baths and mirrored vanities. Heating and
air-conditioning systems you control thermostatically for
your personal comfort. Lighted, landscaped car parks.

lie Lincoln
^ Towers

10 Mile

/
\'°

Lincoln Towers — a completely new apartment community
at Lincoln and Greenfield Roads. An imposing 10-story
high rise with four automatic elevators. There's a swimming
pool. Sundeck. Community activity center. Central mail room.
Laundry and storage lockers on every floor . . . and
fantastic views from the private balconies and huge
picture windows.

1

Council Sets Fall
Activity Calendar

The Calendar Committee
of the Flint Jewish Commu-
nity Council recently worked
out the calendar for 1973-74.
The committee, comprised
of members of women's or-
ganizations, allows each of
the Council constituent or-
ganizations the opportunity
to plan programs and meet-
ings in such a manner as to
prevent conflicts.
Attending the' meeting
were: Mrs. Milton Barkman,
Hadassah; Mrs. Alex Kal-
mar and Mrs. Raymond
Braver, Jewish War Veterans
Au iliary; Mrs. Michael Pel-
x Temple Beth El Sister-
Dr. Stanzler Murray Moss
avin,
actively involved in UJA hood; Mrs. Sanders Good-
fund raising for many years. stein, Women's American
Moss is first vice president ORT; Mrs. Mason Himel-
of the Council and a former hoch, Cong. Beth Israel Sis-
campaign chairman. Stanz- terhood; and Mrs. Sheldon
ler is chairman of the 1973 Sherr, Bnai Brith Women.
Flint UJA Campaign.

Southfield

Al's

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Friday, July 13, 1973-17

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From $192

Comings .. .
and
• • . Goings

Two leading Flintites, Hy
Bergman and Lillian Werbe
Benson are heading West to
warmer climes. Hy Berg-
man, former executive direc-
tor of the Flint Jewish Com-
munity Council is already
situated in Las Vegas and
his wife, Sandy and family
will be following shortly. A
farewell dinner was given
for the Bergmans by friends
at the Atlas Country Club.
The executive director of
the Flint group presented
Mr. and Mrs. Bergman with
a bon voyage gift of a Cha-
gall limited-edition plate.
Lillian Werbe B e n s o n,
Flint's own party consultant
has left for California where
she has taken up residence
in Redondo Beach. Mrs. Ben-
son has been consulted for
many parties, weddings and
Bar Mitzvas in the Flint area
for 16 years and will be do-
ing the same thing as a con-
sultant to one of the largest
catering companies in
Southern California.
Mrs. Benson was honored
at a farewell party at Crom-
ers with a skit presented
by Mrs. Peter Kronick, Mrs.
Sadie Schreiber, and Mrs.
Sam Skulsky. A new execu-
tive director, Richard Krie-
ger, has replaced Bergman.
Betty Indianer and her
daughter Mickey, are leav-
ing for an extended stay in
London, England where they
will be studying modern
theater at the Imperial Col-
lege, University of London.

`Dateline Israel 1973'

"Dateline Israel . . . 1973"
will be presented 4:45 p.m.
today on station WFBE-FM
(95.1). Author Arnold Forster
will interview religious lead-
ers, military analysts, medi-
cal researchers and political
advisers. The series is pro-
duced by the Anti-Defama-
tion League of Bnai Brith.

Monument
Unveiling

The family of t'-te late
Anna T. Suber announces the
unveiling of a monument in
her memory 7 p.m. Thurs-
day, July 19 at Flint's Mach-
pelah Cemetery. Rabbi Gil-
bert Kollin will officiate.
Relatives and friends are
asked to attend.

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