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June 17, 1977 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-06-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

36 Friday, June 17, 1977

In YOUP
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Flint Calendar Committee Meets

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The Flint Jewish Commu-
nity Council's calendar com-
mittee will meet 10 a.m.
Monday in the home of
Emily Bank, 1224 Rocky
Ridge Tr.
The committee, con-
sisting of the presidents of
the women's organizations,
acts as a calendar clear-
inghouse in scheduling meet-
ing dates and special
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COMMUNITY
CALENDAR

Monday—Community
Education Committee meet-
ing, 8 p.m.
Tuesday—ORT Planning
Conference.
Wednesday—FJCC Fi-
nance Committee meeting.
noon, Council office.
Thursday—FJCC Board
of Governors meeting, 8
p.m., Council office.

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Dr. Allen Trager was
awarded the 1976-77 Intern
Class Teaching Award for
"dedication and excellence
in medical education" by
Flint Osteopathic Hospital.
Rhina Griffel was present-
ed with Whittier Junior
High School's "Brave of the
Year" award for special
services to the school. Mrs.
Griffel is chairman of the
school's community adviso-
ry council.
Dr. Marvin Persky, Mott
Community College politi-
cal science instructor, is at-
tending an eight-week na-
tional endowment for the hu-
manities seminarat the Uni-
versity of Minnesota.
Dr. Saul Gorne was hon-
ored by McLaren General
Hospital at a symposium on
"Islet Cell Transplants"
held last month.
Mark Pelavin was elected
to a three-year term on the
board of the Flint Urban
League.

N° GREEK

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FESTIVAL

Flint Bnai Brith Cites Pelavin

B. Morris Pelavin was
honored by Bnai Brith Flint
Lodge, the state legislature
and the Flint Jewish Com-
munity Council at the
lodge's annual dinner-dance
and awards banquet.
Pelavin was presented
with a plaque by his lodge
and with an award from the
FJCC. Representative Mark
Clodfelter read a state proc-
lamation on Pelavin's be-
half.
Lew Alpert, Metropolitan
Detroit Bnai Brith Council
director, installed the new

Flint
I News

Helen Schlachter

Helen Schlachter, active
in Jewish affairs in Flint,
died June 6 at age 66.
Born in Russia, Mrs.
Schlachter lived in Flint for
14 years prior to retiring to
Florida five years ago. She
was a member of Cong.
Beth Israel and its sister-
hood and Hadassah.
She is • survived by her
husband, Phillip; a son,
Howard of Miami Beach,
Fla.; two daughters, Ber-
nice of Flint and Mrs. Leon
(Sheila) Schafer of Lan-
sing; two brothers, Abra-
ham Alechman of Flushing
and Hy Alechman of Forest
Hills, N.Y.; a sister, Mrs.
Pearl Epstein of Brooklyn,
N.Y. ; and two grand-
children.

S&O POOL
DOCTORS

officers, including the presi-
dent, Gerald Rittman.
Damor S. Mitshkun re-
ceived the Morris Gold Me-
morial Trophy "for his
work and dedication during
the 1976-1977 program
year." The Irving L. Simen
Scholarship Fund was estab-
lished to provide assistance
to "deserving students"
and children of lodge mem-
bers.

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Marcia Levey was in-
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Other officers are: vice
presidents, Esta Mitchell,
Carol Olds, Jennifer Wal-
ters and Rose Elk ; secretar-
ies, Caroline Panzer, Betty
Schlinger and Madelon
Weber; treasurer, Gayle Sil-
verman; and representative
to the temple board, Gail
Shulman.

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President Ephraim
Katzir and Mrs. Katzir
were among a number of
distinguished non-
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diamond production and
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33 Aren3on

Mr. and Mrs. Jerome
Arenson of Flint announce
the engagement of their
daughter, Deborah, to Mit-
chell Goldberg, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Morton Goldberg
of Springfield, N.J.
Miss Arenson attended
Brown University and was
graduated from the Univer-
sity of California in Santa
Cruz. Her fiance attended
Cornell and Johns Hopkins
Universities and also was
graduated from the U of C
in Santa Cruz.
An August wedding in
Santa Cruz is planned.

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