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November 07, 1975 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-11-07

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18 November 7, 1975


Jobs Sought for Immigrants

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The Flint Jewish Commu-
nity Council is seeking jobs
for four recently arrived
East European Jews, ac-
cording to Richard Krieger,
executive director.
They are:
Naum Shlaypin, 29, a
mechanic'al engineer who
came from Riga earlier this
year. He is single and
speaks English. He has ex-
perience in equipment engi-
neering, design and building
for vehicle testing and man-
ufacturing and diagnostic
testing equipment.

George Sulkovski, 42, a
research engineer, has
experience as a technolo-
gist and in computer de-
sign. He is married, has
two children and speaks

Anna Hegedus, 25, came
to Flint from Hungary and
has a degree in civil engi-
neering, specializing in wa-
ter supplies and sewer sys-
tems. She also speaks
Antsel Blaykh, .52, is a
lens grinder who was sepa-
rated from his family at
Moscow airport. His son,
Leonid, 26, was jailed. His
wife also is in Russia.
Blaykh speaks Russian,
Yiddish and German. He
has relatives in Saginaw
who will support him until
he learns English and has a
To offer jobs or informa-
tion about available employ-
ment, call the Councl office,
767-5922. Detailed resumes
are available.

Repeat by Popular Demand




Adult Education Classes Open

Openings are available in
the Flint Jewish Commu-
nity Council adult education
program in Jewish history
and culture.
Teaching the course will
be Zvi Gitelman, associate

Beth Israel
Slates Events

Cong. Beth Israel's youth
commission will show a film
about the ninth interna-
tional Maccabiah Games at
a father and son night 7:15
Nov. 18 at the synagogue.
Dinner and a demonstra-
tion by some participants of
the last Maccabiah Games
will highlight the evening.
Robert Rosenberg, general
chairman of the U.S. Macca-
biah Games, will be the fea-
tured speaker and narrator.
The community is invited.
For reservations, call the
synagogue office, 732-6310.
There is a charge.
The synagogue will have a
dinner to "Roast and Toast
Sam Sorscher" 7:30 p.m.
Nov. 22. There is a charge.
For reservation, call Jack
Parnes, chairman, 235-0264,
or the synagogue.

ORT Women Hold
Donor Luncheon


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Flint Chapter, Women's
American ORT, will sponsor
an honor roll and donor
champagne lunch 12:30 p.m.
today in the home of Doro-
thy Shapiro, 2730 Westwood
Pkwy. Rita Pearlman of
Shaker Heights, Ohio, na-
tional board member in
charge of capital funds and
foundations, will be the
guest speaker. Proceeds will
go to ORT schools. For in-
formation, call Mrs. Shap-
iro, 233-5827.

Temple Auction Set

Temple Beth El will hold
an auction 8 p.m. Nov. 15, at
the temple. Personal serv-
ices and merchandise will be
auctioned by Bob Segar.
Wine and cheese will be
served. There is a charge.
For reservations, call the
temple, 232-3138. The com-
munity is invited.



Monday — Ann Lebster
Chapter of Hadassah board
meeting, 12:30 p.m., home
of Bea Cossman, 6204 Sierra
Pass; and FJCC community
relations committee meet-
ing, 8:30 p.m., Council of-
Tuesday — Bnai Brith
Women board meeting, 8
p.m.; and FJCC cultural
committee meeting, 8 p.m.,
Council office.
Thursday — ORT board
meeting, noon, home of
Rose Elk, 1411 Calumet; and
General Assembly delegates
meeting, 5:30 p.m., Council

of political
science, and Edna Coffin,
assistant professor of mod-
ern Hebrew, both at the
University of Michigan.
The first semester will be-
gin 8:15 p.m. Wednesday at
Temple Beth El and will
meet on Wednesdays for
eight weeks.
During the first semester,
Prof. Gitelman will discuss
Israeli politics and society.
Prof. Coffin will lecture on
Israeli literature.
The second semester will
focus on Eastern Jewry.
Prof. Gitelman will discuss
contemporary Soviet Jewry
and life in the USSR. Prof.
Coffin will discuss the
works of Israel's Nobel
Prize winner, S. Y. Agnon.
For information, call the
Council office, 767-5922.

Synagogue Women
to Host Temple Unit

Temple Beth El Sister-
hood will host the Cong.
Beth Israel Sisterhood at a
luncheon 12:30 p.m. Tues-
day at the temple. Sally Jae-
ger, head of the West Flint
branch of the public library,
will speak about "Jewish
Women in Books." Elaine
Fishier is the luncheon
Barbara Lebster, presi-
dent, and Carol Olds, circle
vice president, are attend-
ing the National Federation
of Temple Sisterhoods con-
vention in Dallas.

Sisterhood Plans
Annual Luncheon

Cong. Beth Israel Sister-
hood will present "A Se-
phardic Tapestry" for its
annual paid-up membership
luncheon, 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the syn-
Under the chairmanship
of Mickey Gotlib and Carole
Benison, the program will
feature Iranian, Greek and
Persian guest speakers and
music with Malka Fellus
and Frumeth Hirsh. Guests
are welcome. For reserva-
tions, call Mrs. Benison,
233-0906, or the synagogue,

JWV Auxiliary
Services Juveniles

The Flint Jewish War
Veterans Auxiliary visited
the Oakdale Home Training
Center Oct. 21. Thirty girls
were served refreshments
and given a gift by Barbara
Yale and Trudie Galanter.
The regular meeting of
JWVA will be held 8 p.m.
Thursday, in the home of
Brenda Wisnudel, 2948 Con-

Bat Mitzva

Susan Kaplan, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert
Kaplan, will become Bat
Mitzva 9:45 a.m. Nov. 15, at
Cong. Beth Israel.

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