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December 27, 1974 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-12-27

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Flint Campaign Machinery
Inducts. New Leaders hip

Chairmen have been ap-
pointed to the vital commit-
tees for the 1975 Flint United
Jewish Appeal • Campaign,
announces Saul Syde, chair-
man.
They are Louis Epstein,
Malcolm Isaacs and Leo
Seide, vice chairmen; Eli
Shapiro, immediate past
chairman; Edwin Elk, Ar-
thur Hurand and Jack Stanz-
ler, special handling; Louis
Kasle, out-of-state chairman,
assisted by Charles Dodge, B.
Morris Pelavin and Jack
Shaprow.
Also Marvin Levey, publi-
city; Leo Seide and Leon
Rosky (Israel contact), Israel
missions; Saul Gorne and
Betty Indianer, cash collec-
tions; Michael Pelavin, work-
ers' training; Murray Moss,
Operation Upgrade; Rabbi
Gerald Schuster, rabbinic
committee; Esta Mitchell
and Phoebe Stanzler, co-
chairmen, and Florence Ep-
stein and Blanche Gordon,
associate chairmen, women's
campaign.
Other chairmen include
Charles Dodges Edwin Elk
and Louis Kasle, Pacesetters
gifts; Michael Melet and Eli

Shapiro, advanced gifts;
Philip Agree, Ira Marder,
Arnold Schaffer and S a m
Winston, initial gifts; Brian

Hasidic Happening
at Cong. Beth Israel

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Flint Students Earn All A's for Studies

Several Flint public junior
and senior high school stu-
dents earned all A's for the
first marking period of the
general gifts; Iry Simen and 1974-75 school year. They
Morrie Young, basic gifts; are: Meryle Brezinski, Bar-
and Joe Bean and Marcus bara Faller, Diana Heiden-
rich, and Jennifer Shevin,
Lebster, potential gifts.
Northern High School; Karen
Golden, David Sorscher, Eric
Sorscher, and Steve Sorscher,
Southwestern High School;

Michael Epstein and Robert
Sorscher, McKinley Junior
High School; Joel Plawsky,
Central High School; and
Suzanne Griff e 1, Whittier
Junior High School.

Most people's downfalls
are not dangerous; they are
like children who have not
far to fall and cannot in-
jure themselves.—Hugo

Flint Jewish Community News

Rabbi Kollin
to Leave Post
at Beth Israel

Rabbi Gilbert Kollin of
Cong. Beth Israel will leave
his pulpit at the end of Janu-
ary to assume a position on
the staff of the Commission
on Jewish Chaplaincy.
The commission is a de-
partment of the National
Jewish Welfare Board head-
quartered in New York City.

Israeli Teenagers
Slate Visit to Flint

Flint will host two Israeli
teenagers for a week in-Feb-
ruary; announces Richard
Heitzner, chairman of the
Flint Jewish Community
Council's community *rela-
tions committee. The Flint
Jewish community partici-
pated in this program early
in 1974.
The teenagers will visit
Flint as part of a group of
12 who will visit the Midwest.
They will be accommodated
of Flint resi-
in theand
will attend school
dents
with some students their own
age.

Beck, William Bernard, Ju-
lian Feller and Harry Rather,
regular gifts; Bernard Lovit-
ky and Robert Silverman,

12—Friday, Dec. 27, 1974

RABBI GILBERT KOLLIN

Delegates to UJA Conference
Report Findings to Community

Flint delegates to the re-
cent national United Jewish
Appeal Conference in New
York reported their impres-
sions of the conference and'
their activities to the Flint
Jewish community.
The delegates were Rich-
ard Krieger, Mr. and Mrs.
Michael Melet, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Mitchell, Murray
Moss, Mr. and Mrs. Michael
Pelavin, Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
ward Powers and Dr. and
Mrs. Jack Stanzler.
Mr. and Mrs. Melet were
with Sen. Henry "Scoop"
Jackson (D-Wash.) as he met
Mr. and Mrs. Gregori Teitle-

baum, a Soviet Jewish couple
who managed to leave Rus-
sia for Israel and then the
U.S. According to Mrs. Melet,
"Sen. Jackson was proud to
see that his efforts helped
this marvelous couple. The
look of gratitude on Teitel-
baum's face will be remem-
bered by all those who were
present."
Many of the Flint delegates
attended the banquet at
which former Prime Minister
of Israel Golda Meir spoke.
Mrs. Powers noted that the
former premier is "charm:
ing, grandmotherly and dy-
namic in her simplicity."
She said when Mrs. Meir
was asked if she was pessi-
Flint Women
mistic about Israel's future
and answered, "Pessimism
Help Lapeer
is a luxury I can't afford,"
she drew much applause.
Jewish Patients "The Israelis do not want
The Flint Jewish Com- war—they want Israel," Mrs.
munity Council provided a Meir said.
Hanuka party Dec. 13 with
latkes and gifts for the Jew-
ish residents at the Lapeer
State Home.
Esther Harris, chairman
of the Lapeer Visitation Com-
mittee, accompanied by Eva
Fisher, Gertrude Rosenbaum,
and Ann Schlager brought
goodies and gifts f o r the
patients.
Contributions a 1 s o were
made by Sylvia Pacernick,
Ruth Parnes, Bessie Ring,
Gertrude Rosenbaum a n d
Sonia Schafer.

It is the official ecclestiasti-
cal endorsing agency for the
Jewish community, responsi-
ble for approving Jewish
candidates for the military
chaplaincy and for other
federal agency chaplaincies.
The commission supervises
t h e religious activities of
such chaplains and advises
and supports the armed serv-
ices and other federal agen-
cies in regard to the religious
coverage provided for Jewish
personnel.
Rabbi Kollin, a graduate of
the Jewish Theological Semi-
nary of America and a mem-
ber of the Rabbinical As-
sembly of America, assumed Dec. 30—Beth Israel Sister-
hood board meet-
the pulpit of Cong. Beth
ing, 12:30 p.m.,
Israel in August 1971. A
synagogue.
chaplain in the . U.S. Air
—Temple Beth El
Force . Reserve, Rabbi Kollin
board meeting, 8
was attached to Wurtsmith
p.m., temple.
Air Force Base in Oscoda.
31—B n a i Brith New
He was on the board of di-
Year's Eve party,
rectors of the Flint Jewish
9 p.m., at Cong.
Community Council, SODAT,
Beth Israel.
served on the Tall Pipe Coun-
cil of the Boy Scouts of
America and the Genesee
Comings • • •
County Substance Abuse
Commission. He is a mem-
and
ber of the Association of
Conservative Rabbis of
... Goings
Greater Detroit and on the
Scott W. Colish, son of Dr.
board of the Interfaith Met-
ropolitan Agency for Plan- and Mrs. Emanuel Colish,
ning.
has earned 96 out of a pos-
sible 121 merit badges in the
Boy Scout program and has
Strong drinks are like set a new record in the Tall
wars, making cripples of Pine Council (Flint area).
some men, and sending oth- Colish, an Eagle Scout since
ers to the grave.—W. S. Dow- 1970, is a pre-medical student
ney
at Michigan State University.

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