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July 27, 1973 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-07-27

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as president and noiii serves
as chairman of the past
presidents committee and
chairman of the reorganiza-
tion and development com-
mittee. He has been the re-
cipient of an award by the
Reform Jewish Appeal for
his service to reform Juda-
ism.
Covitz is president of Flint
Home Furnishings and vice
president of the Greater
Flint Downtown Corp. He is
vice president and board
member of the National
Home Furnishings Associa-
tion, vice president of the

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Ed Powers Given Betty Pelavin
Young Leadership Award

Comings .. .
and
Goings I


Flint attorney David Laro
has been appointed police
commissioner of Flint Town-
ship. Laro's selection was
based primarily on his
knowledge of police law.
* *
Dr. Robert L. Elk, son of
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Elk, will
serve a one-year internship
at Mary Hitchcock Memorial
Hospital and the Veterans
Administration Hospital at
White River Junction, Vt.
Dr. Elk, a 1969 graduate of
Brandeis University, re-
ceived his MD degree from
the University of Michigan
in 1973.

Ron Aaronson is musical
director of the youth theater
program of the Flint Com-
munity Schools. The group
will present a children's
musical, "Good Grief, a Grif-
fin!" at Southwestern High
School Tuesday through Aug.
3. There is no admission
charge, but tickets should be
obtained ahead from the
speech and drama depart-
ment. Aaronson is a music
teacher with the Flint Public
Schools and a professional
theater and nightclub musi-
cian.

COMING !

Keep Sept. 23 open
on your calendar
for the Flint Jewish
Community Coun-
cil Annual Meeting

Ed Powers, chairman of
the leadership development
committee of the Flint Jew-
ish Community Council, has
received the Betty Pelavin
Memorial Young Leadership
Award, given yearly to the
outstanding young leader in
the community.
Powers is a member of the
executive committee and
board of governors of the
Flint Jewish Community
Council and a member of the
board of Cong. Beth Israel.
He is a member of the Coun-
cil's community relations
committee; co-chairman of
the religious committee of
Cong. Beth Israel; youth ad-
viser of Beth Israel; chair-
man of the 1973 intermediate
gifts dinner, Flint United
Jewish Appeal; and member
of Flint Men's ORT. In 1970,
Mr. and Mrs. Powers par-
ticipated in the UJA Young
Leadership Mission to Israel.
A member of American,
state and local bar associa-
tions and the University of
Michigan Alumni Associa-
tion, Powers is married and
the father of three.
He will be honored at the
general assembly of the
Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds in
November and at the annual
dinner of the Flint Jewish
Community Council to be
held in the fall.

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LAWRENCE COVITZ

North East Lakes Council of
the Union of American He-
brew Congregations and
member of the board of
trustees of the Union of
American Hebrew Congrega-
tions. He has been chairman
of the retail division of the
Flint Chamber of Commerce.

Bnai Brith Golf League
leaders as of July 15 are:
1st place — team of Tom
Marx and Dr. Sy Stern; 2nd
— team of Hy Klein and
Nate Goldstein; and 3rd —
team of Damor Mitshkun and
Morrie Rosenthal.
The Bnai Brith Golf Stag
Day will be held Aug. 15.
The price ia:'udes dinner,
prizes and greens fees. Dead-
line for reservations is Aug.
10 by calling Damor Mitsh-
kun, Nate Baum or Joe
Apell.

JERUSALEM—The Church
of the Holy Sepulchre, the
basilica revered as the site
of the crucifixion of Jesus,
is being restored under the
direction of three interna-
tional architects. _
The architects began the
work in 1959 on behalf of the
three churches under whose
auspices the church is main-
tained—the Greek Orthodox,
the Armenian and the Ro-
man Catholic.
About 85 per cent of the

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church has been restored.
Many of the Byzantine and
Crusader features are be-
coming visible to the thou-
sands who visit the church
daily.

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Sports Beat

The baseball teams of the
Flint Jewish Community
Council have had a bad run
of luck — both the boys' and
men's teams lost last week.
The boys' team will have a
makeup game 6 p.m. today
at Bassett Field. Team
standings will be announced
at a later date.

TNE.DETRolTIEWISH NEWS

Church Restoration

A planning and consulta-
tion service for those plan-
ning a trip to Israel or
Russia is being provided by
the Flint Jewish Community
Council. This service will
help tourists achieve the ob-
jective of perceiving Israel's
history and dynamics.
The service to Russia-
bound travelers relates spe-
cifically to the Jewish com-
munity in Russia and assists
those interested in making
contact with Russian Jews.
The services are available
by calling the Flint Jewish
Community Council, 767-5922.



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Who Leads Flint Jewish Community

The time and effort of
many community people are
represented in the work of
the Flint Jewish Community
Council. Following is the
first of a series of introduc-
tions to these leaders who
serve on the Council execu-
tive committee.
Lawrence Covitz, ati hon-
orary vice president of the
new executive committee,
has served the Flint Jewish
Community Council as first
vice president, advanced
gifts chairman and co-chair-
man of initial gifts in UJA
campaigns.
He, his wife Helen, daugh-
ter Sally and son Andrew

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