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October 29, 1976 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-10-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

16 Friday, October 29, 1976

Beth Israel Women Luncheon Planned

A man can obtain knowl-
Belief cannot be corn,
edge only by sacrifice.
manded.
—The Talmud —Samuele David Luzzatto

Flint Area News

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Cong. Beth Israel honored its past presidents at its
Harvest Dinner-Dance. Shown, from left, are Dr. Sam
Sorscher, Sidney Kramer, Murray E. Moss, Dr. Leon
Rosky, Jack Shaprow, and Louis Kasle.
On Oct. 10, Cong. Beth *
Israel held its Harvest
Dinner-Dance and instal-
lation of officers. The
evening began with the
installation in the
sanctuary.
A brief history of the
congregation was pre-
sented, and all past presi-
dents were honored. New
officers and board mem-
bers, including President
Sam Gotlib were instal-
led.
More than 200 persons
attended the event.

Births

ALLIED VAN LINES

Oct. 18 — To Dr. and
Mrs. Irwin Bank (Emily)
a daughter, Alison Joy.

Re-Elect SPREEN
SHERIFF

OAKLAND COUNTY

ON NOVEMBER 2

OAKLAND COUNTY NEEDS THE CONTINUED, HIGHLY PROFESSIONAL
LAW ENFORCEMENT TEAM OF JOHANNES SPREEN AS SHERIFF
AND JOHN NICHOLS AS UNDERSHERIFF!

YOUR VOTE TO RE-ELECT JOHANNES SPREEN SHERIFF
ON NOV. 2 WILL GUARANTEE THE CONTINUED LEADERSHIP
OF THESE TWO MEN IN THE FIGHT TO STOP THE SPREAD
OF CRIME AND VIOLENCE IN OUR COMMUNITIES

NO OTHER CANDIDATE FOR THIS OFFICE HAS THE
CREDENTIALS OR IS AS WELL QUALIFIED
AS JOHANNES SPREEN.

"Preferred and Well qualified"— Oakland Citizens League

ENDORSED BY
The Detroit News Oakland Press Observer Eccentric

Lou Gordon

Beth Israel Sisterhood
will hold its paid-up
membership luncheon
12:30 a.m. Wednesday at
the synagogue.
The program entitled
"Magic Moments in
Jewish life" will feature a
skit and a fashion show by
The Vogue. Assisting
Muriel Gotlib with the
program is Yedda Osher.
The program will be
narrated by Mimi Golds-
tein, and will include:
Sarah Osher, .Betty

Oakland Citizens League (Civic Searchlight)

"preferred and well qualified"

Paid for by Concerned Citizens to Re-Elect Sheriff Spreen

SAM GOTLIB

COMMUNITY
CALENDAR

Sunday — Yael Rom
Lecture, 8 p.m., Temple
Beth El.
Monday — Community
Education Committee
meeting, 8:15 p.m., Cong.
Beth Israel.
Tuesday — Temple
Beth El Sisterhood meet-
ing, noon, Temple; UJA
workers training, 6 p.m.,
Council office; Bnai Brith
meeting, 8 p.m., River
Valley club house.
Wednesday — Cong.
Beth Israel Sisterhood
paid-up membership
luncheon, 12:30 p.m.,
synagogue; FJCC Budget
and Allocations Sub-
Committee meeting on
local agencies, 7:30 p.m.,
Council office; Temple
Beth El Adult Education,
7:30-8:30 and 8:30-9:35
p.m., temple.
Thursday — JWVA
meeting at Bessie
Rittman's, 4107 Charter
Oak Dr., 8 p.m.; Cong.
Beth Israel board meet-
ing, 8 p.m., synagogue.

Woman Pilot
Speaks at Temple

Yael Rom, the first
woman airline pilot of Is-
rael, will speak on "The
Roles of the Israeli Wo-
man" 8 p.m. Sunday at
Temple Beth El.
Mrs. Rom is the Israeli
scholar-in-residence for
the Detroit Zionist Fed-
eration.

Seniors Election

The Senior Friendship
Club elected Jack Gonte
president at its meeting
last week. Lena Alexan-
der will continue to serve
as secretary-treasurer.

Michael Hart, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford
Hart, will become Bar
Mitzva" 8 p.m. Nov. 5, at
Temple Beth El.
Marc Greidinger, son of
Dr. and Mrs. George
Greidinger, will become
Bar Mitzva 9:30 a.m.,
Nov. 6, at Cong. Beth Is-
rael.

Flint Obituaries

LOUIS R. KLEIN, 78
of G-3100 Miller Rd.,
Flint, died Oct. 16. He is
survived by five sisters,
Mrs. Pearl Klein, Mrs.
Ann Farkas, Mrs. Regina
Klurstein, all of Flint;
Mrs. Celia Fishman of
Oak Park; and Mrs. Rose
Siegel of Youngstown,
Ohio.

Jews are believed to
have lived in St. Thomas,
Virgin Islands, shortly
after Columbus disco-
vered America. The early
Jews allegedly were the
first sugar plantation and
factory owners, employ-
ing about 3,000 blacks.

Leavitt, Marilyn Rosen-
feld, Min Marder,
Eleanor Megdell, Carol
Hurand and Eleanor
Winston.

Flint People

Make News

Ronald J. Hartman, 9171
Burning Tree, Grand
Blanc, is the new presi-
dent of the Genessee
County chapter of the
Michigan State Univer-
sity Alumni Club.

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