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October 25, 1974 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-10-25

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20—Friday, October 25, 1974 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

I

Flint Delegates to CJFVviii Parley Prosecutor
to Join Seminars, Hear Lectures Helps Free Two
The official program for vision and planning and fi- Syrian Jews
the general assembly- of the nancing Jewish education.

'

Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds,
which will be held Nov. 13-
19 at the Palmer House in
Chicago, will feature tours,
workshops and lectures.
Tours of points of Jewish
and general interest in Chi-
cago and a delegates recep-
tion at the Art Institute of
Chicago will be hosted by the
Jewish Federation of Metro-
politan Chicago on the first
day of the assembly. In the
evening there will be orienta-
tion sessions.
At Thursday's opening
breakfast, a keynote address
by Raymond Epstein, presi-
dent of CJFWF Will be
heard, followed by concur-
rent workshops on a variety
of topics including The Insti-
tute for Jewish Life, women's
communal service, leader-
ship development, and a
large forum on an updated
view of the philosophy of
federation. Luncheon will be
divided into large, intermed-
iate and small cities group-
ings with appropriate topics
for discussion.
The afternoon will feature
workshops focusing on Soviet
Jewry, college youth and
faculty, aging and a forum
on community relations is-
sues in American policy on
the Middle East. Following
a reception and dinner, there
will be a plenary session on
major overseas issues.
Friday's concurrent break-
fast sessions will feature a
forum on improving the qual-
ity of Jewish family life and
workshops on Jewish com-
munities throughout the
world, Jewish-content 't e 1 e -

Flint Hadassah
Donor Nears

Ann Lebster Chapter, Ha-
dassah, named committees
for its 45th annual donor to
be held noon Nov. 20 at Cong.
Beth Israel, announces Becky
Sorscher, fund-raising vice
president.
They are: donor co-chair-
men, Rhea Cohen and Pat
Himelhoch; journal chair-_
men, Eileen Brenner, Judy
Mallon and Shirley Marder;
journal editors, Carole Cole
and Hannah Kesten; confir-
mations, Diane Ring; state-
ments, Betty Ind ianer ;
luncheon, Marge Silverton
and Eleanor Winston; tickets,
Betty Myers and Tobye
Weiss; invitations, Caro Le
Benison, Marsha Gochman
and Carol Hurand; decora-
tions, Arlene Kaller; reser-
vations, Jeanette B 1 u m ,
Myrna Bragman and Grace
Katz; and publicity, Jackie
Sorkin.
"Rochel's Raiders," an or-
iginal musical play written
by Antia Kippelman, Maxine
Kronick and Joyce Rosenthal,
will be featured. Proceeds
will benefit the Hadassah
• Medical Organization.

After a plenary session of
official assembly action and
a women's plea for Soviet
Jewry, more concurrent ses-
sions will be held. The dis-
cussion topic will be "Feder-
ation-Synagogue Relations,"
and the workshops will in-
clude Campaign 1975 (by
city size), Meet the Israeli
Press and dialogue with as-
sembly scholars-in-residence.
Sabbath services, dinner
and program will be followed
by a Sabbath evening get-
together, a session of music,
stories, discussion, and dia-
logue.
Shabat activities Saturday
will include services, study
groups, kidush, oneg Shabat
and Havdala. At the assem-
bly banquet slated for Sat-
urday evening, Dr. David W.
Weiss of Hebrew University,
Jerusalem, will speak on
"The Diaspora and Israel —
Jewish Viability, Values,
Outlook."
The assembly will con-
clude with a breakfast and
official assembly action.
Persons interested in at-
tending -the general assembly
may contact the Council of-
fice, 767-5922.

Comings • • •
and
• • • Goings

Frank Friedman, chairman
of the Mott Community Col-.
lege Special Education
Scholarship Committee, an-
nounces that five scholar-
ships have been awarded to
MCC students in the field of
special education. A recent
booksale and donations from
the community pr ovided
enough money for the award-
ing of the scholarships.
Irving A. Mirsky, president
and manager of Heitzner's
House of Gifts, has been re-
elected chairman of t h e
Downtown Trade Association,
an organization of retailers
and businessmen in Flint's
downtown area. Bert Gold-
blum, manager of Morri-
son's, was re-elected vice
chairman.

Save This Date! gr.
Annual Jewish
Community
Council
American
R ed ross
Blood Program

WED., NOV. 13, 1974

TEMPLE BETH EL

501 S. Ballenger Hwy.

Noon to 6 p.m.

Chairman:
Bernice Mittleman
Co-Chairman, Jennie Arkin

ROBERT LEONARD

Robert Leonard, ' Genessee
County Prosecutor, wrote a
letter to Hafez al-Assad,
president of Syria on Aug.
20 on behalf of the National
District Attorneys Associa-
tion, protesting the treat-
ment of two young Jewish
men who were accused of
murdering four young Jewish
women in Syria.
. .
The letter was signed by
29 district attorneys through-
out the United States.
As a result, a visit by a
representative of the Inter-
n a t i o n a l Bar Association
from France at the invita-
tion of the Syrian govern-
ment to attend the trial of
two men effected 'their re-
lease.

Krieger to Host
Teen Radio Show

A series of 16 radio pro-
grams for teen-agers and
i t h teen-age participants
will be aired this year on
WFBE and on two commer-
cial stations and will be mod-
erated by Richard Krieger,
executive director of the
Flint Jewish Community -
Council;
Among the topics to be dis-
cussed are " H o w to Get
Along With Parents" and
"Are Drugs Still Big." The
program is under the spon-
sorship of t h e Interfaith
'Metropolitan Area Planning
Council (IMAP).
Participants from the Jew-
ish community are Karen
Golden, Elise Krieger, Su-
san Schaffer and Jeff
Stanzler.

Oct. 26—T emple Beth El
Auction, 8:30 p.m.,
temple.
28—Beth Israel Sister-
hood Board Meeting,
12:30 p . m . , syna-
gogue.
Temple Beth El
Board Meeting, 8
p.m., synagogue.
29—Advanced L eader-
ship Course, 8 p.m.,
council office.
30—Joint Board of Ed-
ucation Meeting, 8:30
p.m., Temple Beth
El.
* *
Temple Beth El will have
a fund-raising auction 8:30
p.m. Saturday at the temple.
Auctioneer Robert Segar will
offer such items as a large
sandwich at` a local restau-
rant, a color photo, invita-
tions addressed by Bea
Greenberg, a silkscreen from
a local boutique, floor scrub-
bing by Harold Mallon and
a sailboat ride given by
Rabbi Gerald Schuster. Re-
freshments will be available.
* * *
Hadassah Extension w i 11
meet 8 p.m. Nov. 5 at the
home of Florence Berner,
G-6212 W. Court St., 11/2
miles west of Dye Rd. The
meeting, open to anyone in-
terested in becoming part of
the group, will feature a dis-
cussion with Dr. Donald
Pollie, consulting psycholo-
gist and marriage counselor.
For reservations, call Mrs.
Berner, 732-6652, or Harriet
Kahn, membership vice
president, 238-2944.
* * *
A "Havdala Happening"
will be held 5 p.m. Nov. 9 at
Temple Beth El. The pro-
gram includes Havdala serv-

Oct. 3 — To Dr. and Mrs.
ices, refreshments and Allen Stawis (Marilyn Bied-
games. Rina Griffel is chair- erman), 1220 Vincent, a son,
Mareck Jeramie.
man.
C * *
CARS TO BE DRIVEN
Beth Israel Sisterhood will
hold its annual paid-up mem- To any state. Also drivers furnished
to drive your car anywhere.
bership luncheon 12:30 p.m.
Legally insured and I.C.C. licensed
Nov. 6 at the synagogue.
Guest speaker will be Joy DRIVEAWAY SERVICE
9970 Grand River
Gallagher of The Flint Jour-
Detroit, Mich. 48204
nal. The circle, chaired by
WE 1-0620-21-22 .
Grace Katz, is in charge of
the luncheon.

Max Engelman, son of Dr.
and Mrs. Ray Engelman, led
Southwestern High School to
the city championship in
golf. Max will enroll at the
University of Michigan in
Ann Arbor where he plans
to join the golf team in the
spring. David Thal, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thal,
and Doug Goldstein, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gold-
stein, contributed to the
Southwestern victory.

Better a good enemy than
,a' bad friend.:

ELECT
Dorothea

ec e

Democrat for State Representative 65th District

VOTE NOV. 5th

JOHN J.

'BR Ell

FOR

OF PROBATE
JUDGE
OAKLAND COUNTY

* BEST QUALIFIED * EXPERIENCED * DEDICATED



Voted "Best Qualified" by



19 years in practice of law



Children



Trial experience Oakland

Juris Doctor degree Uni-

versity of Detroit School

cuit Courts, U.S. District

of Law. Graduate legal

Court. Admitted to practice

studies Wayne State Uni-

U.S. Supreme Court



Helped rewrite Michigan

versity



Member Oakland County

Inheritance Tax Law'

Bar Association, State Bar

Former Trust Administration

Probate Section, American

Bar Association

Officer, Manufacturers

Bank



Instructor in wills, estate

planning and law

County Probate and Cir-



Member, Oakland County

Association -Retarded -

233 members of Oakland

- County Bar Association

Sports Beat

arths

Community Calendar 1

2nd term Beverly Hills

Councilman



Former PTA President.

Manager Little League.

Charter member Royal

Oak Jaycees.

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