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September 10, 1976 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-09-10

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Friday, September 10, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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The Committee For A

Flint Area News

Flint Council Joins UJA Mission

MEMORIAL CENTER

Will Hold A Public Meeting On

Women to Meet

Ann Lebster Chapter,
Hadassah, will meet noon
Wednesday. Jerry Taff of
Channel 12 will speak on
"How Objective Is News
Reporting?" Prospective
members and guests are
invited. Luncheon will be
served, and a babysitter
will be provided.

Flint
Obituaries

Wednesday Sept. 8, 1976 8:30 P.M.

Herman Cohen, 88

Place: Board Room of Cong. Beth Achim
12 Mile Rd Between Evergreen and Lahser

AdENDA .

Report of activities up to date

Discussion of upcoming activities and building plans

Flint Jewish Community Council participated in the
recent Prime Minister's Mission to Israel. In top photo,
second from right, executive director Arnold Feder and
other members of the United Jewish Appeal mission,
meet with a Lebanese villager. Also participating were,
from left, bottom photos: Murray Moss, president of the
FJCC; and at right, Michael Pelavin, past president of
the FJCC and Nissim, a resident of Shlomi development
town.

The Public Is Invited

To be visibly reminded within the framework of a permanent
institution of what happened to our people when we were
helpless will enhance our understanding and reinforce our com-
mitment to our Jewish home in Israel and will give us the
determination to preserve and promote the vitality and strength
of organized Jewish life everywhere.

Bar Mitzva

We appeal to each and everyone in the Jewish Community to
give us a helping hand in order to speedily facilitate this historic

Flint to Install Officers at Dinner

MEMORIAL CENTER

NATHAN P. ROSSEN

Sponsor & Honorary Chairman Memorial Center

MEMORIAL CENTER
COMMITTEE IN FORMATION

Irving Altus
Rabbi Milton Arm
Gustav Berenholz, Pres.
Cong. Bnai David
Eliot Charlip
Howard Danzig
Irwin Jay Deutch
Max Drew
Arnold Einhorn
Fred Ferber
Sally Fields
Beatrice Feigelman
Salmon Grand

Leon Gutman
Manashe Harr
immediate past
. Pres. Cong.
Beth Abraham
Leon Halpern
Sol Kleinman
Harry Laker,
immediate past
Pres. Cong.
Beth Achim
Meyer Lipman
Jack Lipton

Michael W. Maddin
Milford Nemer
Steve Oliwek
Sonia Popowski
Rabbi Charles H.
Rosenzveig
Hyman Shenkman
Rabbi Irving Schnipper

Simon Schwarzberg
Jerry Silbert
Jack Waksberg
Sol Waldman
Abraham Weberman

History would never forgive us for relinquishing this duty of ours.
History, on the other hand, will never forget us for preserving in a
tangible institutional manner the memory and lessons of the Holocaust.

contributions should be made to

MEMORIAL CENTER

Temporary office: 3811 W. 12 Mile Rd.,

Berkley, Mich. 48072

Herman Cohen, former
owner of Advanced
Plumbing, died Aug. 29 at
age 88.
Born in Albany, N.Y.,
Mr. Cohen lived 64 years
in Flint, retiring to
Florida three years ago.
He was a past president of
the Master Plumbers As-
sociation of Flint, a
member of Cong. Beth Is-
rael, the Elks and a past
commander of the Flint
Post of the Jewish War
Veterans and the Ameri-
can Legion. He also was
former national deputy-
chief aide for the JWV.
He is survived by his
wife, Frances; four sons,
Martin of Houston,
Texas; Howard of Lans-
ing, William and Jerome
of North Miami Beach,
Fla.; and 11 grandchil-
dren.

Flint Jewish Commun-
ity Council will install its
officers and board at its
annual dinner 6:30 p.m.
Sunday at Cong. Beth Is-
rael. Ted Mann, chairman
of the National Jewish
Community Relations
Advisory Council, will be
guest speaker.
The program also will
include an awards pre-
sentation.
Officers to be installed
are: Murray. E. Moss,
president; Ira B. Marder,
Rosabeth Schupack and
.Malcolm Isaacs, vice
presidents; Betty In-
dianer, treasurer; and
Esta Mitchell, secretary.
The executive commit-
tee includes, Edward
Powers, Natalie Pelavin,
Emily Bank, Kay Melet,
Jack Stanzler, Marcia
Friedman, Ms. Schupack;
Michael A. Pelavin, Rabbi
Gerald Schuster, Rabbi
Judah Fish, Carold Olds,
Leon Rosky and Gloria
Siegel.
Representatives to the
board include: Sam Got-
lib, Frank Kasle, Marilyn
Megdell, Grace Katz,
Anne Osher, Manya
Weinstein, Saul Markey,
Sam Winston, Michael
Stein, Sharon Stein, Sybil
Goldberg, Harriet Kahn,
Miriam Gotlib, Zena
Moss, Sophie Barkman,
Myrna Duford, Millie
Steinman, Pauline Fish-
ler, Elaine Pier, Carole
Pappas, Barbara
Rittman, Belle Frankel,
Evelyn Golden, Marvin
Levey, Eugene Griffel,
Mitchell Weiss, Barbara

Lebster, Gail Shulman
and Gayle Silverman.
Other representatives
include: Carol Benison,
Hanna Goodstein, Pat
Hartz, Benzion Gotlib,
Sterling Berman, Lionel
Conn, Bennette Fisher,
Jamie Shevin, Karen Gol-
den, Si Steinberg, Brad
Schreiber and Scott
Price.

COMMUNITY

CALENDAR

Saturday — Bnai Brith
Youth Organization
Dance, 8 p.m., Cong. Beth
Israel; and Jewish War
Veterans Auxiliary Ita-
lian Night, 8 p.m., at Ita-
lian Gardens.
Sunday and Monday —
Hadassah-Temple Sis-
terhood Joint Rummage
Sale at Temple Beth El.
Monday — Hadassah
board meeting, 12:30 p.m.,
home of Manya Weins-
tein, G-3100 Miller; and
joint board of education
meeting, 8 p.m., Cong.
Beth Israel.
Tuesday — Temple Sis-
terhood open board meet-
ing, noon, Temple Beth
El; and Beth Israel Nur-
sery parents' meeting,
7:30 p.m.
Thursday — FJCC
executive committee
meeting, 8 p.m. Council
office; and BBYO Cara-
van Weekend.
If thine enemy be hungry,
give him bread to eat,
And if he be thirsty give
him water to drink.
—Proverbs


Ned Blum, son of Mrs.
Sam Blum, will become
Bar Mitzva 9 a.m., Sept.
18 at Cong. Beth Israel.

3 Egypt Battalions
Leave Sinai Zone

TEL AVIV (JTA) — De-
fense Minister Shimon
Peres said that the Egyp-
tians have withdrawn
three battalions from the
limited forces zone in
Sinai east of the Suez
Canal at the insistence of
United Nations observers
acting on a complaint
from Israel.
Peres made the disclo-
sure at a meeting with
300 American-Jewish
leaders participating in
the recent United Jewish
Appeals Prime Minister's
Mission to Israel. He said
he learned of the Egyp-
tian pullback on his way
to the meeting.
His remarks cast
further light on an
Israeli-American dispute
over alleged Egyptian vio-
lations of the Sinai interim
agreement that flared ear-
lier last week. The dispute
is now said to have been
resolved. But Israel still
contends that there were
at least six Egyptian bat-
talions in the limited
forces zone beyond the
eight battalions allowed
under the terms of the in-
terim accord..
The UN observers,
supported by American
technicians manning the
electronic advance warn-
ing system in Sinai,
claimed there were only
three battalions in excess
of the permitted number
and these have been
withdrawn.

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