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February 28, 1975 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-02-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH Ht .WS

12 Friday, February. 28, 1975

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JDC Names Flint Leaders

For Custom Drapery

Cleaning, Call

Several Flint Jewish lead-
ers were elected or re-
elected to committees of the
Joint Distribution Commit-
tee at its 60th annual meet-
ing in New York.
Michael Pelavin and Jack
Stanzler are on its board of
directors.
The JDC national 'council
includes the following Flint
residents: Brian Beck, Wil-
liam Bernard, Harry
Binder, Sam Catsman,,
Lawrence Covitz, Ruth
Dodge, Louis Epstein, Stew-
art Epstein, Julian Feiler,
Evelyn Golden, Hy Golden,
Mimi Goldstein, Ron Gold-
stein, Saul Gorne, Robert
Gutterman, Arthur Hurand
and Betty Indianer.

Other members are: Mal-
colm Isaacs, Louis Kasle,
Alfred Klein, Hy Klein,
Richard Krieger, Peter
Kronick, Bernard Lovitky,
Ira Marder, David Megdell,
Joseph Megdell, Michael
Melet, Murray Moss, B.
Morris Pelavin, Edward
Powers, Leon Rosky, Gil-
bert Rubenstein and Na-
than Schafer.

Flint Jewish Community News

Youth News

Appearing with the Mich-
igan Youth Symphony in a
recent concert in Flint were
Elizabeth Panzer, daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. Milton Pan-
zer, and David Sorscher, son
of Dr. and Mrs. Alan
Sorscher. The 110 musicians
from the Lower Peninsula
must pass an annual audi-
tion to join the orchestra.
Flint has six representa-
tives.

Mar. 1—FJCC Welcome
Party for New-
comers, 8:30 p.m.,
home of Dr. and
Mrs. Morris Bank.
2—Cong. Beth Israel
Sisterhood Donor
Dinner, 6 p.m.,
synagogue.
3—Temple Beth El
board meeting, 8
p.m., Temple.
—Council Advanced
Leadership Class,
8 p.m., Council of-
fice.
—Hadassah Exten-
sion Group, 8 p.m.,
home of Mrs. Gor-
don Suber, 1700
Parkside.
—Bnai Brith Lodge
Meeting, 8 p.m.,
4— Temple Beth El
Sisterhood board
meeting, 12:30
p.m., temple.

Also: Arnold Schaffer,
Rosabeth Schupack, Robert
Segar, Eli Shapiro, Jack
Shaprow, Gloria Siegel,
Bernard Sloan, Morton
Stanley, Harry Weisberger
and Samuel Winston.
Newly elected are Leo Seide
and Robert Silverman.

bles seniors to take their
college entrance examina-
tions in Israel. The school's
diploma is honored by all
major American and Israeli
colleges and universities.

Directed by Jacob Leiter,
a prominent American edu-
cator and administrator, the
school is situated on the
520-acre Kfar Silver cam-
pus, near Ashkelon.

For applications and in-
formation, please contact
Department for High
School Education in Israel,
Zionist Organization of
Ameiica, ZOA House, 4
East 34th Street, New York,
N.Y. 10016.

FJCC to Present
Shlomo Carlebach

Comings . . . .
and

. . . Goings

The new Jewish-oriented
radio program, SHOFAR,
will include an interview
with Melba Krause, who
will discuss the course she
teaches, "Practical Aspects
of Jewish Mysticism" 4 p.m.
Sunday on WKAR-AM
(870).

.

Guitarist Shlomo Carle-
bach will appear in the
second program of the
Flint Jewish Community
Council's Spectrum '75
cultural series 8 p.m.
March 9 at Cong. Beth Is-
rael. Tickets will be avail-
able at the door, and there
will be a special rate for
students.

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Howard Johnson's
East.
5___UJA Women's Di-
vision Workers
meetings, 10 a.m.,
home of Mrs. Joe
Weinstein, and
12:30 p.m. at home
of Mrs. Sam Win-
ston.
6—JWVA board meet-
ing, 8 p.m.
—Cong. Beth Israel
board meeting, 8
p.m., at Syn-
agogu e.
* * *
Ann Lebster Chapter Eve-
ning Group, Hadassah, will
meet 8 p.m. Tuesday at the
home of Laurie Suber, 1700
Parkside. Guest speaker
will be Phyllis Newman, im-
mediate part president of
the Detroit Chapter of Had-
assah and its "woman of thc
year". Hadassah has made a
personal gift-wrapping serv-
ice available. For informa-
tion, call Helen Arenson,

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Jewish Mysticism
on Radio, Program

Plane, Bus, Car and Hotel
Re'servations

"All That The 'Name Implies"

Community Calendar

Israel High School Takes Applications

NEW YORK (ZINS) —
Applications for admission
to the Mollie Goodman Aca-
demic High School in Israel
for the 1975-76 academic
year are now being ac-
cepted, according to Rabbi
Joseph Rudaysky, chairman
of the Zionist Organization
of America committee for
high school education in Is-
rael.
Established and main-
tained by the ZOA, the
school accepts students for
the 10th, 11th and 12th
grades, follows the accepted
American academic high
school curriculum and ena-

DRAPERY CLEANERS

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Farmington Hills

851-7333

Hanny Leitson is coordi-
nating the steering commit-
tee for the formation of the
Everywomen's Center—a
place where women may go
for counseling, information
and referral about any type
of problem. Mrs. Leitson is
a social worker for Child
and Family Services of
Michigan.
Dr. I. H. Gutow was hon-
ored by the staff of Mc-
Laren Hospital in this past
month. He is an obstetrician
and gynecologist, and
worked with the staff of the
medical center for 44 years.

Joyce A. Weston,
Active Clubwoman

Joyce A, Weston, an ac-
tive member of local organi-
zations, died Feb. 2 at age
43.
Mrs. Weston was an ac-
tive ,member of Cong. Beth
Israel and its sisterhood, a
sponsor of the college and
cultural fund, a member of
the Flint Institute of Arts,
Atlas Valley Country Club,
the board of Planned Par-
enthood, BPOE No. 222
Auxiliary, Genessee County
Bar Association Auxiliary
and the Ann Lebster Chap-
ter of Hadassah. She re-
sided at 3034 Hawthorne
Dr.
She is survived by her
husband, Aaron; two sons,
Mark E. and James A.; two
daughters, Annette S. of
Detroit and Barbara L.; and
her mother, Mrs. Ruth Go-
lobe.

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* * *
Beth Israel Sisterhood
will hold its 44th annual
donor 6 p.m. Sunday at the
synagogue. "Purim Glitter
Ball" is the theme. Grace
Katz and Dorothy Natchez
are co-chairmen.

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