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May 11, 1979 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-05-11

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Flint Nevus

Women to Install New Officers

Millie Gutterman will be Biesman, secretaries; Flor-
installed as president of the ence Tucker, immediate
Ann Lebster Chapter of past president; Pat Fauer,
Hadassah noon May 23 at chairman, gift-wrapping
Cong. Beth Israel. Lunch- project; Anita Kippelman
eon will be served, and a and Toby Weiss, bulletin
babysitter will be available. chairmen; and Gladys
Other officers to be in- Shaprow, purchasing agent.
stalled are: Miriam Gotlib,
Mimi Goldstein, Jane
Flint People
C
an, Charlotte Kasle
a
- Ilene Segar, vice
Make News
presidents; Hilda Conn,
Dr. Bruce Foote is one of
treasurer; Gloria Siegal,
Judy Singer and Pauline eight new members elected
to a three-year term on the
of the United Way of
Flint BB to Hold board
Genesee and Lapeer Coun-
ties.
Dinner-Dance
* * *
Flint Lodge, Bnai Brith,
Mr. and Mrs. Morris
will hold its annual awards
dinner-dance, honoring (Mildred) Steinman were
Joseph Schiller, '7 p.m. June delegates to the 12th inter-
3 at Cong. Beth Israel. national convention of the
Cocktails will be served at World. Council of
Synagogues in Jerusalem
6.
There is a charge, and ad- and Stockholm, Sweden.
vance paid reservations are
due by May 25. Reservation
Bat Mitzva
checks may be mailed to Irv-
ing Katz, 1905 Lynbrook,
Sari Failer will become
Flint; 48507; Barney Sher- Bat Mitzva May 19 at Cong.
man, 3309 Circle Dr., Flint, Beth Israel.
48507; Barney Sherman,
33Q9 Circle Dr., Flint,
Choral Society
48507; or Saul Markey,
to Sing for Aged
1200 River Valley Dr.,
Flint, 48504.
The Bel Canto Choral
Society, under the direction
Reform Leader
of Dan Braude, will perform
Vorspan to Speak for the residents of Prentis
Manor — Jewish Home for
The Temple Beth El Dr.
the Aged 7 p.m. Wednesday
Max Hart Adult Education
at the facility.
Series will present Albert
Comprised of 30 female
Vorspan 6:30 p.m. Wednes-
singers, _the choral society _
day in the temple.
performs for the Jewish
Vorspan is the vice
community at large and
president of the Union • of presents an annual pro-
American Hebrew Congre-
gram.
gations, director of the
Rochelle Barr is the offi-
commission on social action cial piano accompanist.
for the UAHC-Central Con- Officers are Mildred
ference of American Rabbis Schwartz, president; Gert
and executive editor of "Re- Strauss, treasurer; Shirley
form Judaism."
Behar, publicity; Ruth
Vorspan is the author of Terebelo, secretary; Betty
several humorous works Fishman, narrator; and
and serious pieces on Carolyne Peck, sunshine
Jewish issues.
chairman.
There is a charge. For
reservations, due today, call
500 Expected
the temple office, 232=3138.

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at Scopus Event

COMMUNITY)
CALENDAR

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Tuesday — ORT meet-
ing; and -Bnai Brith board
meeting, 8 p.m.,. River Val-
le ub house.
nesday — Temple
El dinner, 6:30 p.m.
Thursday — FJCC
Senior Friendship Club
meeting, noon, Temple Beth
El; UJA Women's Division
luncheon, noon, home of
Nadine Foote; and Bnai
Brith men bowling banquet,
6:30 p.m., Country Squire.

Friendship Club
Elects President

The Senior Friendship
- Club of the Flint Jewish
_ Community Council elected
Stella Koenig president re-
cently. The club meets noon
Thursdays at Temple Beth
El. Anyone interested in
joining the club may contact
Mrs. Koenig or the Council
office, 767-5922. -

More than 500 are ex-
pected at the dinner of the
Michigan Chapter, Ameri-
can Friends of the Hebrew
University, Tuesday eve-
ning, at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek.
The Scopus Award will be
presented to Louis Berry,
the honoree.
Former Israel Ambas-
sador to the U.S. Simha
Dinitz, now a vice president
of the Hebrew University,
will be guest speaker.
Daniel Honigman,
chairman of the dinner
committee, announced that
reservations can still be
made by calling Diane
Shekter, 851-0320.

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Slated by. Hillel Foundation

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The Bnai Brith Hillel
Foundation affiliate at
Wayne State University
will hold an oneg Shabat
dinner 8 p.m. today at Hillel
House, 14400 W. 10 Mile,
Oak Park.
Henry Bizaoui of the
Anti-Defamation League of
Bnai Brith will speak on
"Jews in Arab Lands."
Steve Rhodes, regional
coordinator for the Ameri-
can Zionist Youth Founda-
tion, will speak on "Chal-
lenges to Zionism."
There is a charge for the
dinner.
Free disco dance les-
sons will be offered 8 p.m.
Wednesday at Hillel
House.
Hillel members. will par- -
ticipate in the university's
international students fair
10 a.m. Wednesday on the
campus mall.
The group will show old-

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the movies.

Call

Rabbi Meir Kahane,
founder of the Jewish De-
fense League and head of Is-
rael's Kach political party,
will appear on behalf of the
Hillel Foundation 8 p.m.
May 20 at the Labor Zionist
Institute.
The public is invited.

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synagogues and its Jewish
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