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June 13, 1975 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-06-13

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Friday, June 13, 1975 17

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Pelavin Joins
Special UJA
Drive in NY

Flint Jewish Community News

Flint ORT Awardees Told

Mrs. Irwin Kurtz, center, presented an award to
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Goodstein for Mr. Goodstein's com-
pany's contribution to the ORT School of Engineering in
Israel. The award was presented at the recent awards
luncheon of the Flint Chapter of Women's American
ORT.

* * *

Flint Chapter, Women's
American ORT, recently
held its awards luncheon at
which Mrs. Irwin Kurtz of
Southfield, national ORT
board member, made the
presentations.
Receiving the Golden Cir-
cle Award for contributing
$1,000 or more were Mes-
dames Sanders Goodstein
and Peter Goodstein. Donor
pin recipients, who contrib-
uted $100 or more, were

FJCC Holds
Petition Drive
Backing Israel

The community relations
committee of the Flint Jew-
ish Community Council is
circulating petitions in the
Flint area and outstate
Michigan in support of Is-
rael.
Addressed to President
Ford, the petition reads,
"We, the undersigned, agree
that the United States and
Israel have a mutual con-
cern based on a common
philosophy of democracy
and freedom. The two na-
tions stand together as part-
ners striving for human
dignity. We petition our
government's support for
the survival, security and ec-
onomic well being of the
sovereign state of Israel, a
firm ally of the United
States."

A petition booth was set
up at Genesee Valley shop-
ping center May 25 and 26.
Assisting Miriam Perl-
man, chairman, were:
Carol Benison, Louis Ep-
stein, Rhina Griffel, Leslie
Kahn, Hy Klein, Marlene
Krieger, Richard Krieger,
Maxine Kronick, Rosa-
beth Schupack, Ilene Se-
gar and Ruth Vinacow.

Anyone interested in ob-
taMing petitions may con-
tact the Council office, 120
W. Kearsley, Flint 48502,
(313-767-5922).

Mesdames B. Morris Pelavin
and William -Shapiro.
Mrs. Kurtz presented Mr.
and Mrs. Peter Goodstein
with a sculpture made by an
Israeli student for Good-
stein's company's contribu-
tion to the ORT School of
Engineering in Israel.

COMMUNITY
CALENDAR

June 15 — Bnai Brith Din-
ner-Dance, 7
p.m., Country
Squire.
FJCC calendar
committee
meeting, 9:30
a.m., Council
office.
16 — FJCC calendar
committee
meeting, noon,
Council office.
17 — UJA Campaign
Meeting, 8 p.m.
18 — UJA Women's
Division Lunch-
eon, noon, home
of Mrs. Harvey
Olds, 6232
Sierra Pass.

Comings .. .

and

Goings . .



Teri Sills, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Sills, was
graduated with honors from
Carman High School, and
The arrangements com- will attend Michigan State
mittee for the affair in- University in the fall.
cluded Mesdames Nat
Mark Shaprow, son of Mr.
Greenberg, Edwin Elk, and Mrs. Harvey Shaprow,
Bernard Plawsky and Ben has been accepted by the
Bayer, chapter president; University of Michigan's
and Richard Benison.
law school.
A board meeting will be
Daniel Gotlib, son of Dr.
held noon Tuesday at Uncle and Mrs. Sam Gotlib, has
John's on Miller Rd. For in- been accepted by the Uni-
formation, call Mrs. Bayer, versity of Michigan's dental
238-7367.
school.
The chapter will have a
Richard Harris, son of Dr.
president's brunch and and Mrs. Bernard Harris,
splash party 11:30 a.m. was graduated from Wayne
Thursday in the home of State University's law
Mrs. Barry Shapiro, Grand school, and will attend New
Blanc.
York University School of
Taxation in September.
L. Scott Feiler, son of Mr.
Marvin Levey was elected and Mrs. Julian Feiler, and
president of Temple Beth El Michael S. Frank, son of Mr.
at its spring congregational and Mrs. Hy Frank, were
meeting. Clifford Hart graduated May 30 from the
University of Michigan's
chaired the meeting.
Also elected were Hart medical school.
and Natalie Pelavin, vice
presidents; Alan Thomson, Camp Maccabee
treasurer; and Rhina Grif-
Still Has Openings
fel, secretary.
Elected to the board of
There still are some open-
trustees were Dr. Saul ings
for campers for this
Gorne, Rhoda Levine, Joan summer's
Camp Maccabee
Hallem, Jack Rosenberg Day Camp, sponsored by
and James Lebster. Marvin the Flint Jewish Commu-
Failer and Marcus Lebster nity Council.
were elected to the board of
the Beth El Memorial Park.
According to Marilyn
Megdell, day camp chair-
JWV Auxiliary
man, there will be three-
to Have Meeting
week and four-week ses-
The Jewish War Veterans sions, July 14 through Aug.
Ladies Auxiliary will have a 8. The camping program
"Telephone Bridge" and des- will be held at the YMCA
sert 8 p.m. Thursday at the Holiday Hill campsite, and
home of Laurie Sober, 1700 bus transportation from
Parkside. There will be a convenient pick-up points is
minimal admission charge, included in the camp fee.
and guests are welcome.
To register children age
This gathering will honor
Bessie Rittman, outgoing 4-10, call the council office,
767-5922.
president.

Levey Heads

Sports Beat

Michael A. Pelavin, presi-
dent of the Flint Jewish
Community Council, was
one of 100 national United
Jewish Appeal leaders par-
ticipating in "Calls for Sur-
vival," a telephone solicita-
tion program held in
conjunction with the New
York City UJA-Federation
of Jewish Philanthropies'
Total Mobilization program,
that raised more than $3.2
million in three days.
General Chairman Frank
R. Lautenberg said that the
cooperative effort between
the national UJA and the
New York organization,
which took place May 19-22,
and in which national solici-
tors worked with an equal
number of local leaders,
marked an outstanding ex-
ample of a joint fund-rais-
ing effort.
Meanwhile, Emily Bank
and Carol Olds will host a
UJA luncheon noon
Wednesday in the home of
Mrs. Olds. Rina Kishon, for-
mer Miss Israel, will be
guest speaker.

'1

Carl Rittman announces
that the Flint Jewish Com-
munity Council baseball
teams practice 10 a.m.-noon
each Sunday at the General
Motors Institute athletic
field on W. Third Ave. Any-
one interested in participat-
ing may call Rittman,
232-5716.

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Assisting Mrs. Olds and
Mrs. Bank are Esta
Mitchell, Flint UJA Cam-
paign Women's Division
chairman, and Florence
Epstein, vice chairman.
The luncheon will be pre-
pared by members of the
Leadership Development
Committee.

Born in Romania, Miss
Kishon was brought to Is-
rael in 1951, with the help of
the United Jewish Appeal.
She served in the Israel
Army for 18 months prior to
her being chosen beauty
queen. She is a graduate Of
Technion.

Japan May Give
Loan to Egypt

TOKYO (ZINS) — Japan
is moving ahead with plans
to lend Egypt $140 million
to finance the first stage of
a seven-year project to
widen and deepen the Suez
Canal for ships up to 250,-
000 tons. The loan was
pledged in December 1973.
According to an agree-
ment signed in Cairo the
loan is to be repaid over 25
years, including a seven-
year grace period, at 2 per-
cent interest.

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