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July 02, 1976 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-07-02

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My Father, Father of or-
phans,
be gracious unto me,
send me the sun's rays as a
gift.
And I, an orphan of or-
phans,
shall receive thy gift with
thanks, with love, with
hope.
I know how to prize thy gift.
thy goodness, Selah!
My heart sings and shouts
to thee,
0 Father of Life.
blessed art thou, Selah.
—Joseph Brenner

Moss to Lead Flint Council

Murray E. Moss has been
elected president of the
Flint Jewish Community
Council. —Other officers
elected were: Vice presi-
dents, Ira B. Marder, Rosa-
beth Schupack and Malcolm
Isaacs; treasurer, Betty In-
dianer; and Secretary, Esta
Mitchell.
Moss has served the Flint
Jewish Community Council
as vice president and chair-
man of the personnel com-
mittee and is a past general
chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal.
He is a past president of
Cong. Beth Israel and is
president of the board-of
Genesee Memorial Hospital;
a member of the Citizens
Advisory Committee for the
University of Michigan-
Flint; a member of the State
Board of Michigan Society
of Mental Health; and a

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Krieger Honored
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Richard Krieger, execu-
tive director of the Flint
Jewish Community Council
since 1973, was honored at a
farewell reception June 24
at Temple Beth El.
A plaque from the Na-
tional District Attorneys
Association was presented
by Genesee County Prosecu-
tor Robert F. Leonard in
gratitude for Krieger's help
with a mission to Israel for
the association, and for
helping the district attor-
neys understand Israeli law.
The Council gave Krieger
a 2,000-year-old Israeli oil
lamp, presented by Michael
Pelavin, Council president,
and Rep. Donald Riegel (D-
Flint) presented a special
plate.
Krieger, his wife Marlene,
and their three daughters
will move to New Jersey. He
will become executive direc-
tor of the North Jersey Jew-
ish Federation with head-
quarters in Wayne.

Number of Women
Rabbis Increases

PHILADELPHIA ( JTA)
— The resistance of congre-
gations to engaging women
rabbis apparently has failed
to discourage women from
seeking ordination, if the
scheduled enrollment for
the Reconstructionist Rab-
binical College here next fall
is any indication. Rabbi
Frederic Kazan, dean of the
college, said that eight
members of the 16-member
entering class for the
1976-77 year are women.
Noting that they will be-
come rabbis in 1981, Rabbi
Kazan predicted that by the
1980s, women will be ac-
cepted for pulpits. The cur-
rent record shows three
have become Reconstruc-
tionist rabbis, two in the
class of 11 ordained last
month, and one last year.
Two of the new women
rabbis — Rebecca Alpert of
Brooklyn and Eileen
Schneider of Boston — do
not plan to seek rabbinical
careers.

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