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May 23, 1975 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-05-23

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12 Friday, May 23, 1975

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

YOUTH NEWS

Abe Cheraw, Says:

Elise Krieger, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Krie-
ger, has been chosen to be a
sophomore cheerleader for
Southeastern High School
for 1975-76.

Fine furniture can't
be mass produced.
Why be satisfied with
inferior furniture at
high prices?
I can give you the
finest custom
construction and
you'll pay less.

Camp Maccabee Staff Is Named

Jody Makrouer, Camp
Maccabee director, an-
, nounces staff members for
summer 1975 have been
named.
Unit heads are Roberta
Beren, Barbara Heitzner
and Ellen Levey. Senior
counselors are Paula Bloom,

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Howard Bragman, Beth
Heitzner, and Eileen Rosen-
berg.
Ilise Goldman, Ted Hi-
melhoch, Richard Hufana,
Vicki Isaacs, Julie Levine
and Jamie Steinberg are
junior counselors and Bob
Fishier and Karen Magid-
sohn are in charge of the
waterfront.
Camp Maccabee will be in
session July 14 through
Aug. 8. Early registration
closes June 1.
There is a reduction for
additional campers in a
family. To register campers,
call the Council office,
767-5922.

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Marlene Katz, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Katz
of Miller Rd., was graduated
from the University of
Michigan in Ann Arbor.
Miss Katz was recognized
"for outstanding achieve-
ment" at the honors convo-
cation. She will attend the
U-M graduate school in the
fall.
Dr. Saul Gorne, Dr. I. H.
Gutow, and Dr. Harvey Olds
were honored by the Flint
Planned Parenthood Asso-
ciation recently "for their
several years of service to
the Planned Parenthood
Clinic." Ruth Braun was
elected to the board of direc-
tors.
Carol Olds has been
elected secretary of the
Flint Association of Univer-
sity of Michigan Alumnae.

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The Bnai Brith Bowling
League held its banquet on
April 29. The first place
team included Jack Magid-
sohn, captain; Joe Baum,
Steve Feldman, Norman
Leavitt, Dave Magidsohn
and Martin Weisberger.
Carl Rittman was cited
for his high average of 185.
Feldman was the most im-
proved bowler, 15 pins. Mike
Winston received a trophy
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May 27—Bnai Brith Women
Paid-Up Member-
ship Dinner, 8
p.m., River Forest
club house.
May 29—"Imagine," 6:30
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AIPAC Conference Delegates
Protest at Soviet Embassy

Michigan delegates joined a 17-year-old Soviet Jew-
ish immigrant at the Soviet Embassy in Washington as
he kept his daily vigil of protest against his former gov-
ernment's treatment of Jews. The Michigan delegates,
in Washington for the American Israel Public Affairs
Committee conference, are, from left: Don Sherman of
Bay City, Robert Silverman of Flint, Micky Fivenson,
Traverse City; and Marlene and Richard Krieger of
Flint.

Temple Women Install Officers

Barbara Lebster was in-
stalled as president of Tem-
ple Beth El Sisterhood at its
recent installation-meeting.

Flint BB Women
Will Have Dinner

Flint Chapter, Bnai Brith
Women, will have its annual
paid-up membership dinner
6 p.m. Tuesday in the River
Forest club house.
A speaker will present a
demonstration on starting a
greenhouse at home. Mrs.
Ira Albion, chapter consult-
ant, will present a film "We
Were There," which outlines
the activities of the Bnai
Brith Women's organiza-
tion. Mrs. Michael Stein is
membership chairman.

Lehecka-Gutow

Judith Lynne Gutow be-
came the bride of Roger
Albert Lehecka in a recent
ceremony in Peabody, Mass.
Rabbi Burton Padoll offi-
ciated.
The bride is the daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. Julius J. Gu-
tow of Flint. Parents of the
bridegroom are Mrs. Albert
Lehecka of Woodside, N.Y.,
and the late Mr. Lehecka.
The new Mrs. Lehecka
was graduated from the
University of Michigan. Her
husband was graduated
cum laude from Columbia
College, was elected to Phi
Beta Kappa and received an
alumni achievement award.
He earned a master's degree
from Harvard University
and is a doctoral candidate
in American history and
education at Columbia Uni-
versity.

Births

April 29 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Monte Simmons, a son.
To Mr. and Mrs. Gary
Hurand, a daughter, Sarah
Elizabeth.

Rabbi Gerald Schuster con-
ducted the installation cere-
mony.
Installed with Ms. Lebs-
ter were Marcia Levey, Na-
dine Foote, Ilene Segar and
Carol Olds, vice presidents;
Gayle Silverman, Rhonda
Benoit and Betty Schlinger,
secretaries; Judy Mallon,
treasurer; and Mollie Ep-
stein, representative to the
temple board.
Esta Mitchell and Mrs.
Olds were luncheon chair-
men.

Flint BB Lodge
to Honor Riegle

Flint Lodge, Bnai Brith,
will honor Congressman
Donald W. Riegle, Jr. at its
annual banquet, 7 p.m.,
June 15 at the Country
Squire. Congressman Riegle
will be presented with the
lodge's man of the year
award "for his community
and humanitarian service in
promoting the interests of
Judaism."
Music will be provided,
and non-members are wel-
come. Tickets may be pur-
chased from Joel Feiner,
1185 Risecliff Drive, Grand
Blanc 48439, 694-2222.

U.S. Desalination
Experts in Israel

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
A team of American desali-
nation experts were in Is-
rael Tuesday to examine
prospects for erecting a sea-
water-sweetening plant at
Ashdod.
The team was sent under
the terms of the new eco-
nomic agreement signed by
U.S. Treasury Secretary
William Simon and Israel
Finance Minister Yehoshua
Rabinowitz in Washington
last week. The U.S. under-
took in that accord to con-
tribute $20 million to a de-
salination plant at Ashdod
with the Israeli government
putting up an equivalent
sum.

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