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June 20, 1975 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-06-20

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28 Friday, June 20, 1975

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Women Will Have
Booth in Festival

`Shabat in Park'
Picnic Scheduled

Bnai Brith Women will
participate in the Interna-
tional Institute Fiesta 11
a.m. - 7 p.m. June 29 in
downtown Flint.
Elliott Marx and Shirley
Winston are chairmen, as-
sisted by Myrna Duford, Sy-
bil Goldberg, Naomi Mei-
zlish, Rita Persky and
Sharon Stein.
Bnai Brith Lodge and
Chapter continue to host
bingo every Sunday 5-11
p.m. at the Agree Building.
Shirley and Sam Wisnton
are the chairmen.

Members of the Leader-
ship Development Commit-
tee of the Flint Jewish Com-
munity Council will
celebrate "Shabat in the
Park" 6:30 p.m. June 27 at
Ballenger Park.
Co-chairmen of the com-
mittee, Brian Beck and Judy
Kasle, announce that mem-
bers of the committee may
invite one other couple. For
reservations, call Sharon
Beck, 233-0338, or Judy Ka-
sle, 239-0682.

Remember when You and your,,
family could see hit movies
and not destroy your budget?

THE

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Theatre

has brought back the
good old days!

SUN. thru THURS. ALL SEATS S1.00
FRI. and SAT. ADULTS 52.00 CHILDREN S1.00

Tonight

I

ewish Community News

Flint Teens to Participate
in AAJE Israel Program

Michael A. Pelavin, presi-
dent of the Flint Jewish
Community Council, an-
nounces that the Institute
for Jewish Life has estab-
lished a grant of $10,000 for
the 1976 Teen Summer in Is-
rael Combined Program to
be conducted by Waterbury,
Conn.; Birmingham, Ala.;
and Flint. The American
Association for Jewish Edu-
cation and the Council of
Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds Committee
on Small Cities will sponsor
the combined program.

The program includes two
hours of classes to be held
on Sunday mornings during
the 1975-76 school year.
Combined one-week semi-
nars will be held twice dur-

ing the year for all partici-
pants.
In Israel, the participants
will go through the absorp-
tion process with a Russian
family.

To participate, appli-
cants must complete the
ninth grade by June 1976.
Parents must be members
of the Flint Jewish Com-
munity Council. Partici-
pants will be obligated to
provide service of an edu-
cational or creative value
for the Jewish community
during the year following
their tour.

For information or to ap-
ply for a scholarship for the
FJCC 1976 Teenage Israel
Mission, call the Council of
flee, 767-5922. Applications
are due before July 30.

Flint Lists June Graduates

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Flint parents saw many stated from Carman High
of their children graduate School. Among the Valley
this past week from high School graudates were Mi-
schools and colleges.
chael Levey and Susan
Among the graduates Mitchell.
from Flint Southwestern
Other high school grau-
High School were Frederick dates are: Sheila Goldberg,
Benson, Jerome Feldman, Garber High School; Martin
Douglas Goldstein, Sandy Saltiel, Flushing High
Indianer, Steven Portney, School; and David Stone,
Eric Sorscher, Kathy Thal, Davison High School.
Susan Weiss. Barbara Wes-
Shelley Harris com-
ton and Howard Yale. pleted a year of study at
Graduating from Flint the University of Grenoble
Northern High School were in France. Rita Saltiel
Barbara Failer, Jeffrey Ka- graduated from the Hurley
plan, David Meerson and School of Nursing.
Jon Pines. Joel Plawsky
Gilbert Himelhoch grad-
graduated from Central uated from Central Michi-
High School. Marsha Blum gan University, while Jill
and Jamie Steinberg grad- Edelberg graduated from
Michigan State University.
University of Michigan in
Ann Arbor graduates in-
clude: Mark Klein and Ellen
Levey. Jam% Mitchell grad-
Americana Complex 1, 2, uated from the University
of Michigan in Flint. Dr.
3, 4
Robert. Golden received his
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Hadassah to Aid
in Flint Festival

Ann Lebster Chapter,
Hadassah, will participate
in the Internaional Institute
Fiesta to be held June 29 in
downtown Flint.
Barbara Yale, chairman,
will be assisted by Annette
Schafer. Esta Mitchell, Mir-
iam Perlman, and Gladys
Schuster.
New Year cards may be
ordered by calling Dorothy
Natchez, 694-5704, or Zelma
Fivenson, 767-7191.

FJCC Names

Education Unit

The Flint Jewish Commu-
nity Council Board of Gov-
ernors authorized the for-
mation of a committee to
explore the development of a
community approach to ed-
ucation. The committee was
formed with representatives
of Cong. Beth Israel, Temple
Beth El and the Council.
Gloria Siegel was elected
chairman of the education
committee. Robert Segar
was named vice chairman.
A sub-committee on
school structure was ap-
pointed with Milton Panzer,
chairman, and Arnold
Schaffer, vice chairman.
Committee members are:
Pinhas Fellus, Marcia
Friedman, Malcolm Isaacs,
Richard Krieger, Ivan Ku-
kler, Rabbi Victor Mirel-
man, Zena Moss, Rabbi Ger-
ald Schuster, Gladys
Schuster andRobert Segar.
A sub-committee op fi-
nancing and relationships
will meet Tuesday. Chair-
man is Michael Pelavin, and
vice chairmen are Marvin
Levey and Murray Moss.
Committee members are:
Pinhas Fellus, Richard,
Krieger, Natalie Pelavin,
Elliot Price and Arnold
Schaffer.

Comings ...

COMMUNITY

CALENDAR

June 23—Temple Beth El
Board of Educa-
tion meeting, 8
p.m., temple.
24—Community Edu-
cation Sub-Com-
mittee on Financ-
ing and
Relationships,
7:30 p.m., Council
office.

1

Bar Mitzva

Michael Gottlieb, nephew
of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Got-
tlieb, will become Bar
Mitzva at 8 p.m. June 27 at
Temple Beth El.

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