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October 07, 1977 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-10-07

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36 Friday, October 7, 1977

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

JNV Auxiliary to Gather in Flint

Flint News

Bnai Brith Men in Flint to Meet

Bnai Brith Flint Lodge 656
will meet 8 p.m. Tuesday at
Howard Johnson's West,
Miller Road at 1-75.
Guest speakers will be
Milt Kaplan, Flint Bnai
Brith insurance chairman,
and Joel Garfield, District 6
Bnai Brith insurance com-
missioner. A social hour
will follow.
The lodge will host the
Bnai Brith Michigan Council
at its fall meeting Oct. 15-16
at the Flint Holiday Inn.
Guest speaker for the Sun-
day luncheon will be Marvin

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ish Community." There will
be a hospitality evening on
Oct. 15 and a business work-
shop session On Oct. 16. For
reservations, call Stephan
Kaplan, 239-2050.

Flint Hadassah
Members Gather

Ann Lebster Chapter
Hadassah, will hold its paid-
up membership meeting
noon Oct. 19, at Temple
Beth El.
An original skit, featuring
Diane Rabin, Brenda Gold-
man, Sandy Chimovitz,
Florence Berner and Pat
Fauer will be presented.
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meeting to be held 8:30 p.m. Flint Bnai Brith
Thursday at Temple Beth Women Will Meet
El.
Chapter 124, Bnai Brith
Guest speaker will be
Arnold Feder, executive Women, will hold its first
director of the Flint Jewish meeting of the season with a
Community Council. A petite luncheon and installa-
movie on Israel will be tion of new officers 12:30
p.m. Sunday at River Hol-
shown.
low Club House.
Amitai to Address
The 10th anniversary of
Flint Bond Event the Flint Chapter of "Dolls
for Democracy" program
Israeli television pro- will be celebrated. The
ducer, director and writer.
group will focus on "Whistle
Israel Amitai, will address Watch", a program with
Flint's annual Israel Bond emphasis on the safety of
dinner 6 p.m. Oct. 16. at
citizens in the community.
Cong. Beth Israel. Cocktails
This project is under the
will be served at 6.
chairmanship of Mary
Flint - communal leader Mitshkun and Maxine
Murray E. Moss will
Kronick.
receive the state of Israel's
District Vice President
United Jerusalem Award.
Edie Albion will be instal-
Dinner chairman is Gordon ling. officer.
Suber, assisted by Stanley
Officers to be installed
Fauer and Louis Kasle. For
are: Co-presidents 'Sharon
reservations, call the syna- Stein and Josephine Abra-
gogue, 732-6310.
mson; vice presidents
Mary Mitshkun, Sybil Gold-
berg. Rose Rubenstein,
Joanne Klein and Lee
Trager; secretaries ruth
Shuster, Rita Persky and
Stephen Segar, son of Mr.
Mollie Epstein; treasurer
and Mrs. Robert Segar. will
ethel Polisky ; and publicity
become Bar Mitzva Satur-
Harriet Freeman.
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anthems - the affair,
accompanied by Rebecca
Frohman.
For reservations, call the
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At a recent meeting of the
steering committee of the
Friends of the (Jewish)
Center Symphony Orches-
tra, Bess Orecklin was re-
elected chairman. Others
serving on the committee
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Bachman, Chajes, Colton,
Fink, Frank, Kamil, Lich-
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Milton J. Miller is chair-
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LOS ANGELES — For-
mer Secretary of State
Henry Kissinger has agreed
to be a consultant to the
University of Southern Cali-
fornia's new Center for the
Study of the American
Experience. His salary was
not disclosed. .
The center was created
last year by a $10 million
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The dinner will honor
Philip Slomovitz, editor and
publisher of The Jewish
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Albert Einstein Award
establishing the Philip Slo-
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