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October 24, 1975 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-10-24

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Flint Area News

Sports Award
Luncheon Due

Comings .. .

An athletic awards lunch-
and Goings .. .
eon for all sports partici-
pants will be held 1:30 p.m.
Nov. 2 at Cong. Beth Israel. - Dr. Milton Siegel was re-
elected vice president of the
Awards will be given to the Genesee County Unit of the
Tween Bowlers, to members American Cancer Society.
of the Flint Jewish Commu-
Sydney Melet was ap-
nity Council basketball and pointed by the Flint
City

baseball teams, to those Council to the Central Flint
who participated in the Policy Committee for Eco-
- CANUSA games, and to all nomic Development.
junior varsity and varsity
Irving Katz has been
high school sports and elected chairman of the
cheerleading participants.
Midwestern Division of the
Future activities include a National Association of Re-
game and rap room for teen- cycling Industries, Inc.
agers, a fast for freedom for
Marvin Steinberg has
teenagers in December, been installed as president
monthly trips and interac- of the Northwest Flint Opti-
tion with other communi- mist Club.
ties.
Hymen Hoffman was
Mrs. Carl Rittman will be honored by the State Bar of
in charge of Tween Bowling Michigan "for his 50 years
for fourth-ninth graders, to in the practice of law."
take place every other Sun-
Nicholas J. Berg of
day
at Town and Country Grand Blanc High School
Lanes.
was named a semi-firialist
Practice for FJCC basket- in the 21st annual National
ball teams will begin soon. Merit Scholarship competi-
Age divisions will be: 12-15, tion.
15-18 and 18 and up. Regis-
tration for bowling and bas- FJCC Allocation
ketball will be taken by Mrs.
Rittman, 232-5716, or the Groups to Meet
Malcolm Isaacs and Ed-
Council office, 767-5922. To
join a team, contact Mrs. ward Powers, chairmen of
Rittman or the Council of- the Flint Jewish eommu-
fice. nity Council Budget and
Allocations Committee, an-
nounced a schedule of sub-
meetings.
for FJCC Unit committee
They are as as follows:
National Service, Commu-
nity Relations and Cultural
Agencies, 8 p.m. Thursday,
Council office; Overseas, Is-
rael and Religious Agencies,
8 p.m. Nov. 2, Council office;
Local Programs and Serv-
ices, 8 p.m. Nov., 5, Council
office; Administration,
_noon Nov. 6, Council office.
All meetings are open to
the Jewish community.

Temple Slates
Shabat Sharing

Temple Beth El will host
a Shabat sharing program
6:15 p.m. today in the tem-
ple. Chairman Rhina Griffel
announces new members
will be welcomed.
Participants are asked to
bring an entree to pass.
Wine and halla will be pro-
vided. For reservations, call
the temple, 232-3138.
Several students were
honored last month at the
temple's consecration serv-
ices.
They are: Donna Beren,
Barbara _Cossman, Kara
Goldstein, Jonathan Hart-
man, Bonnie Mallon, David
Persky, Sara Plotnik, James
Riseman, Jeffrey Rittman,
Joel Silverman, Nicole San-
ders, Jerome Winegarden
III and Jason Wolpe.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

October 24, 1975 17

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TWO SPECIALS.
DOUBLY SPECIAL.

1. SPECIAL SAVINGS ON FINE CARPETS.
2. SPECIAL FEATURES OF BECKWITH-EVANS
ORCHARD MALL STORE.

JWV Auxiliary
to Honor Seniors

LEONARD FEIN
The Jewish War Veterans
Dr. Leonard Fein, profes- Auxiliary will provide a
sor of Judaica at Brandeis luncheon for the Senior
University, will discuss Friendship Club noon
American Jewry at the Thursday at Temple Beth
third meeting of the Leader- El. Seniors in the Flint
ship Development commit- Jewish community are in-
tee 7:30 p.m. Saturday in vited. For reservations, call
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pauline Fishier, 232-9218.
Michael Melet, 1326 Beard.
Dr. Fein is a professor of
politics and social policy,
and director of Jewish Com-
munal Service at Brandeis,
Steven Schafer, son of
University. He is the author Mr. and Mrs. Wayne
of numerous articles and Schafer, will become Bar
books.
Mitzva Saturday at the
Hadassah Plans Western Wall in Jerusalem.
them will be their
Donor Luncheon Joining
daughter, Randee, and Ste-
Ann Lebster Chapter, ven's grandparents, Mr. and
Hadassah, will hold its an- Mrs. David R. Schafer.
nual donor luncheon noon
Scott Kronick, son of Dr.
Nov. 5 at Cong. Beth Israel. and Mrs. Peter Kronick, will
Sandee Reznick, chairman, celebrate his Bar Mitzva
announces a program on 9:45 a.m Nov. 1 at Cong.
George Gershwin will be Beth Israel.
presented by Music Plus
One. For reservations, call
Rita Magidsohn, 694-7142.
Births

Heavy
Wool Shag

Bar Mitzva

.

COMMUNITY
CALENDAR

Monday —

Beth Israel
Sisterhood board meeting,
12:30 p.m. synagogue; Tem-
ple Beth E1 board meeting, 8
p.m., temple.

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Sept. 17 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Michael Sage (Linda
Shur, formerly of Flint) of
Cincinnati, a son, Alexander
Eric.
To Dr. and Mrs. Steven
Kutnick (Rhea Bateman,
formerly of Flint) of Chi=
cago, a ,SOn, Michael.. t

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