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October 04, 1974 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-10-04

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14—Friday, October 4, 1974

Comings .
and





•• Goings

Community
Calendar
Lsc t. 7—Cong. Beth Israel

Sisterhood Board
Meeting, 12:30 p.m.
at synagogue
—Consecration, 7:30
pm., Temple Beth
El
8—Shemini Atzeret
9—Simhat Torah
Jewish Education
Commission Meet-
ing, 8:00 p.m., at
new Council office
10—ORT Board Meet-
ing 12:30 'p.m.,
Kearsley School, G-
4302 Underhill
—Advanced Leader-
ship Introductory
Meeting, 7:30 p.m.,
at new Council of-
fice

Beth Israel Sisterhood will
hold its annual Book Sale
Nov. 24-27 at Eastland Mall.
Mrs. Pauline Biesman, chair-
man, requests donations of
all kinds of books, especially
paperbacks, cookbooks and
comic books. Donors may call
Mrs. Biesman, 238-9338, for
pick-up of books, or drop
them off at her home, 3312
Mackin Rd., or the syna-
gogue.

Temple Beth El will see
12 children consecrated
7:30 p.m. Monday at the
temple. The consecrants are:
Sara Benoit, Lori Blum, Lisa
Epstein, Ronna Foote, Ian
Friedman, Steven Gottlieb,
Rachel Laro, Nancy Melet,
Barrie Morgan, Julia
Schwartz, Elaine Shulman
and Richard Weber II.

Budget and allocations sub-
committee on local agencies
and services will meet 8 p.m.
Oct. 14 at the Flint Jewish
Community Council Office to
make its recommendations
for funding to the board of
governors. The board will
vote on all recommendations
8 p.m. Oct. 24 at the Council
office. All budget and alloca-
tions meetings and all board
of governors meetings are
open to the public.

Hadassah Extension will
meet 2 p.m. Oct. 15 at the
home of Carol Hurand, 2040
Walden Ct. Needlepoint and
rugmaking will be demon-
strated by Reva Schafer, and
everyone will be able to par-
ticipate. Young women in-
terested in joining are wel-
come. For reservations, call
Mrs. Hurand, 732-2579, or
Harriet Kahn, membership
vice president, 238-2944.

BAT MITZVA

Nancy Osher, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Osher,
will be called to -the Torah
as a Bat Mitzva 9:45 a.m.
Oct. 12, 1974, at Cong. Beth

Israel, .

Herman Acker,
Local Civic Leader

Howard , Gutowitz, son of
Dr. and Mrs. Irwin Gutowitz,
is one of 25 Flint area high
school students who are semi-
finalists in the 1975 National
Merit Scholarship competi-
tion. Howard attends The
Valley School.
Dr. Milton J. Siegel has
been elected vice president
of the Genesee County chap-
ter of the American Cancer
Society.
Mrs. Mary Lou Meerson, a
reading and speech teacher
at Longfellow Junior High,
has been promoted to con-
sultant for reading and Eng-
lish by the Flint Board of
Education.
Mrs. Sallie Alexander has
Flint teen-agers who participated in the 1974 Youth opened Sallie's Smaller Di-
Mission to Israel received awards at the annual dinner mensions in the South Flint
of the Flint Jewish Community Council Sept. 8.
Plaza, a clothing store cater-
Shown are, from. left: Marilyn Schafer, Susan Schaffer, ing exclusively to smaller
Marcia Blum, Barbara Levey, Steven Binder, David Price, women.
and Leslie Schafer. Not pictured are David Kaplan and
Max •Galanter has begun
Lorilyn Suber.
work as director of the Gene-
see County Association for
Retarded Children. Galanter
Flint Jews Help
Lena Rubenstein,
has worked with the emo-
Ex-Store Owner
Rebuild Temple Hit tionally disturbed and phys-
ically' handicaped in Detroit
Lena Rubenstein, who with
by
Hurricane
in
'72
in
a Variety of positions for
her husband, Abraham, oper-
many years, culminating as
ated a grocery store on N.
The board of governors of head of the work therapy de-
Saginaw during the 1920s, the Flint Jewish Community
died Sept. 23 in Lima, 0. Council approved a contribu- partment of the Lafayette
She was 83.
tion to the Jewish commu- Clinic. A resident of West
Mrs. Rubenstein, who lived nity of Wilkes-Barre, Pa., to Bloomfield, he plans to move
in Flint from 1919 to 1959, aid in the rebuilding of Tem- to the 'Flint area.
Carol Jacoby is chairman
moved to Lima following the ple Bnai Brith, a 129-year-
of the flea market sponsored
death of her husband.
old congregation and a mem- by the Founders Society,
She leaves a son, Dr. Mar- ber of the Union of American
vin of Southfield; a daughter, Hebrew Congregations which Flint Institute of Arts. The
Mrs. Thelma Lotzoff of was one of several Jewish event will be held from 10
Lima; two sisters and four religious institutions devas- a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, and
from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday.
grandchildren.
tated by the hurricane of
June 1972.
Beirut Paper Says
During the weekend of FJCC Relocates
Sept. 6-8, the temple marked to Larger Office
France Will Fight
its physical recovery from
The 'Flint Jewish Commu-
the disaster, and the temple nity Council moved to larger
Israel on Lebanon
TUNIS (ZINS) — The Arab was rededicated. The Flint quarters on Thursday.
League is reported to have JCC is listed among those
The new offices at 120 W.
reached a secret agreement who contributed to its recov- Kearsley will provide more
on steps to be taken against ery in the special dedication adequate work space for the
Israel's "aggression" in south- book that was printed for the staff and volunteers. The en-
ern Lebanon, according to a occasion. The council was larged conference room will
report appearing in the Beirut thanked personally by the hold all council meetings, in-
chairman of the rededication cluding board of governors
daily, Al-Hayat.
Quoting "well-informed and committee.
meetings, enabling partici-
responsible sour c e s," the
pants to have full use of coun-
paper goes on to say that the
cil facilities and information
French government has
during meetings. Parking fa-
promised to intervene mili-
cilities are nearby.
tarily in defense of Lebanon
There will be offices for
Ronald J. Hartman has won
if the area is occupied by his second club title at Atlas the executive director and
Israeli forces. According to Valley Golf and Country Club. administrative assistant, a
the press account, the French He won the golf title by reception area, the laige con-
intention was officially com- beating •Dr. Harold Mallon. ference room and a work
municated to the U.S. Secre- Hartman was also club room.
tdry of State and the Israeli champion in 1971. Winners of
ambassador in Washington. other flights were Aaron
Some people wear them-
Weston, Dr. Ery Sill and selves out shirking responsi-
bilities.
Max Wexler.
Chicago Chagall

Herman Acker, an active
member in Flint Jewish com-
munity affairs, died Sept. 24
at age 81.
Born in Poland, Mr. Acker
lived in Flint for the past 40
years. He was a member of
the board of governors of
the Flint Jewish Community
Council, Cong. Beth Israel,
the board of directors of
Cong. Beth Israel, and was
past president of the Senior
Friendship Club. He retired
from the Chevrolet Motor
Division of General Motors
Corp. in 1958.
In 1969 he was selected as
honorary senior citizen Of
Flint.
He is survived by a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Marvin (Marcia)
Levey; a 'brother, Benjamin
of California; four sisters,
Mrs. Sam (Dorothy) Anstan-
dig, Mrs. Abraham (Anna)
Brenner, Mrs. Leo (Sarah)
Hoffman and Mrs. Ben
(Bessie) Zelonka, all of De-
troit; and three grandchil-
dren.

Saxony Hotel to Be
Certified Kosher

MIAMI BEACH—The Sax-
ony Hotel will become a
kosher, year-round resort
starting Nov. 24.
Berkowitz Associates, op-
erators of the kosher Crown
Hotel, announced they have
taken a 20-year lease to op-
erate the 400-room Saxony
and will immediately begin
a refurbishing program, in-
cluding turning 150 of the
rooms into "efficiency apart-
ment units."
The Saxony, 3201 Collins,
will operate on a year-round
basis, according to Abbey
Berkowitz, who will manage
the hotel.
Berkowitz said the Sax-
ony's efficiency units will
contain kitchen facilities. The
hotel will also offer maid
service, tennis facilities, a
new arcade wth a mini-
market and nightly entertain-
ment in the Ivory Tower.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Emil o en to Be
Bond Event Guest

Flint Committee, State of
Israel Bonds, announces hu-
morist Emil Cohen will per-
form at a banquet on behalf
of Israel Bonds 6 p.m. Oct.
13 at Country Squire.
The son of a cantor, Cohen
established himself as a hu-
morist, raconteur and vocal-
ist at Grossinger's in New
York, and brings in his per-
formance much Jewish music
and humor.
For information on the din-
ner, call Mrs. Sol Schafer,
CE 3-3876, or write her at
3221 Helber, Flint 48504.

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Mosaic Unveiled

CHICAGO (JTA) — Marc
Chagall's Chicago mosiac,
"Les Quatre Saisons" (The
Four Seasons), was dedicated
Friday in a public ceremony
at the First National Plaza.
The Jewish artist flew from
his home in France to offic-
ially unveil the gift which
took two years to create.
Chagall said he chose the
theme because "there will be
many people going through
this plaza in the heart of the
city of Chicago. In my mind,
the four seasons represent
human life, both physical and
spiritual, at its different
stages.
The mosaic, includes • 128
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