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July 25, 1975 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-07-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Flint Area News

Flint Family Joins UJA Israel Tour

Milton and Gloria Siegel
and their children visited
Israel this month, partici-
pating in tne second annual
United Jewish Appeal
Young Leadership Cabinet
Family Mission to Israel.
Highlights of the mission
included: a three-day re-
treat with Israeli young
leaders and their families; a
ecial ceremony atop Ma-
sada; meetings with newly-
arrived Soviet immigrants
at absorption centers; and
visits to kibutzim to study
the kibutz way of life.
In addition to visiting key

Comings ...

I

and Goings ...

Leonard A. Fink was
among 11 theater students
at the University of Michi-
gan-Flint awarded the first
scholarships made possible
by the Mallery Charitable
Trust. The awards were
based on interviews, audi-
tions, community and uni-
versity involvement.
Richard S. Heitzner, di-
rector of college relations at
Mott Community College,
has been named chairman
of the national two-year col-
lege committee of the Coun-
cil for Advancement and
Support of Education.
Heitzner is chairman of the
Jewish Community Coun-
cil's community relations
committee.
Caroline Panzer has
been elected treasurer of the
Friends of WFBE. New
members of the board are
Ellen Greidinger and Laura
Livingston. Joan Hallem is
outgoing president.

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historical sites and learning,
firsthand, of the UJA's
work in the areas of absorp-
tion, education and social
welfare, American families
also met with Israeli fami-
lies to exchange ideas.

Harry Block, 79

Harry Block, a longtime
Flint jeweler, died recently
at age 79.
Mr. Block joined his
brothers in operating the
former Block Brothers,
Shaw Jewelers and A. Lee
Brown jewelry stores. He
helped manage the A. Lee
Brown store until his retire-
ment 10 years ago.
He was a member of Tem-
ple Beth El and a life mem-
ber of the Bay City Consis-
tory, Shrine Temple and the
Elks. He also was a member
of the Fenton and Davison
Shrine Clubs, the Crescent
Shrine Club of Detroit, the
Williams Gun Club and the
National Trap Shooting As-
sociation.
He is survived by three
brothers, Saul of South
Bend, Ind., and Jacob and
George; and two sisters,
Mrs. Dorothy Baum and
Mrs. Rose Rubin of Colum-
bus.

A. Steinman, 70

Abraham
Steinman,
manager of Same Day
Cleaners, died July 10 at age
70.
Born in Scranton, Pa.,
Mr. Steinman was a Flint
resident for most of his life.
He was a member of the
Flint Elks and the United
Commercial Travelers. He
resided at 208 Ambassador
Arms West.
He is survived by his wife,
Annabelle; three brothers,
Harry of Pittsburgh, Irvin
of Southfield and Morris;
and two sisters, Mrs. Ethel
Freedland of Miami and
Mrs. Florence Marcus of
Philadelphia.

Festival Dancers
to Have Program

Margolis Household Furniture

The Festival Dancers, di-
rected by Harriet Berg, will
present their touring show
"Art Moves" 2:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the Bela
Hubbard Library. The per-
formance is free of charge
and open to the public.

The mixed media show,
which was developed by
Mrs. Berg, Becky Malm and
Jennifer Pethick uses slides,
music and movement to illu-
minate concepts and ideas
about the contemporary
arts.
Appearing are: Carolyn
Bishop, Carol Demery,
Vicky Haydon, Jennifer
Pethick, Phyllis Berger, Rae
Jacobs, Becky Malm, Diane
Simons and Micky Zeiger.

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Shelton Leavitt

Shelton A. Leavitt, 54 N.
Chevrolet Ave., died July 13
at age 50. He is survived by
three sons, one daughter
and two brothers, Burton of
New York and Morton.

Seniors to Attend
Camp for Elderly

Several members of the
Flint Jewish Community
Council Senior Friendship
Club will attend the Detroit
Jewish Community Center's
Senior Adult Camp at the
Butzel Conference Center
near Camp Tamarack. They
include Eva Fisher, Belle
Frankel, Max and Ida Got-
lib, Leon and Sonia Green-
baum, Della Lande and
Tillie Wexler.

I

COMMUNITY 1
CALENDAR

Monday, — Temple Beth
El board meeting, 8 p.m.,
temple.
Thursday — Flint Jewish
Community Council Men's
baseball game, 6 p.m., Ar-
mory.

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