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June 29, 1979 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-06-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

44 Friday, June 29, 1979

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PERMANENTLY
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Recommended by Physicians

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SHIRLEY PERSIN

Celler Honored

NEW YORK — Touro
College bestowed an honor-
ary Doctor of Laws degree
on Emanuel Celler at a re-
cent academic convocation.

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Friday 6/29/79,
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Families Gather
for Activities

Shulman Heads
Flint's Beth El

A variety of summer ac-
tivities for families have
been planned, announces
Emily Bank, chairman of
the Women's Service Com-
mittee of the Flint Jewish
Community Council.
They include: Beach
party, July 8; Shabat dinner
in the park, July 13; Bower
Youth Theatre, July 26;
Impressions Five Museum
and Potter Park Zoo, Aug. 7;
Safetyville, Aug. 20; and
Kellogg's tour Aug. 29.

Leonard Shulman was
elected president of Temple
Beth El for the new program
year.
Other officers are: Sam
Reiter and Robert Silver-
man, vice presidents; Rhina
Griffel, secretary; and Louis
Epstein, treasurer.
Elected to the board were:
Leon Friedman, Peter
Gluck, Theodore Rosen-
berg, Barry Shapiro and
Mitchell Weiss. Milton
Panzer was elected to the
Beth El Memorial Park
Board for the term 1979-
1982.

(Flint Marriage)

Sun., July 8 — 8:00 P.M.

Cash Bar 25-40

Flint News

(Sale continues
through Sat. June 30)

Elayne Susan Riskin and
Harvey Urnovitz were mar-
ried recently at Cong. Beth
Israel.
The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Ris-
kin. Parents of the brideg-
room are Mrs. Hy Urnovitz
and the late Mr. Urnovitz.
Marleen Helfman was
her sister's matron of honor.
Bridesmaids were Jill Edel-
berg of Los Angeles, Calif.,
Kathleen Leist of San Diego
and Lynn Elliott.
The bridegroom's twin
brother, Sheldon, of South-
field, was best man. Ushers
were Randy Phillips, David
Helfman and Harold Freed.
Following a honeymoon
in Israel and England, the
couple will live in South-
field.

Baseball Team
Is Victorious

The Flint Jewish Com-
munity Council's softball
team won its first three
games of the season.
Members of the team are:
Steve Feldman, Roy
Glicklin, Neil Himelhoch,
Jeff Kaplan, Jon Zacks,
Dave Leyton, Howard
Zacks, David Hoffman, Les-
lie Silberman, David
Himelhoch, Mark Kukler,
Barry Wax and Eddie Kap-
lan.

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Activities
in Society

Mr. and Mrs. Morris
(Anna) Fisher of North-
ville were tendered a party
on the occasion of their 60th
wedding anniversary Sun-
day at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Phillip (Muriel) Sil-
verstein of Oak Park. Rela-
tives and friends were on
hand to help the couple
celebrate.
* * *
guests
Out-of-town .
attending the Bar Mitzva of
Jonathon Howard, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Howard of
Oak Park, were: Mrs.
William Fields and children
of Woodland, Hills., Calif.,
and Mrs. Irving Diamond,
also of California.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold
(Sally) Margolis of South-
field were honored at a sur-
prise party on the occasion
of their 35th wedding an-
niversary. The party, given
by their children, was held
at the Arbors club house.

Women Conduct
Party for Lapeer,
Home Residents

Channel 56 Elects
Board Members

NEED

INVITATIONS

The Jewish community
will- be represented on the
board of directors of the De-
troit Public Television
Foundation, overseer of
Channel 56.
Re-elected to the board
was Iris Adelson. Newly
elected as a vice chairman
was John Shepherd, past
president of the Jewish
Community Council.
New members of the
board are A. Alfred Taub-
man and Morley Winograd.

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Seattle Council
Raps Missionary

SEATTLE (JTA) — Op-
position to Christian mis-
sionary efforts on public
school grounds by evangeli-
cal groups was approved in
a policy statement by the
Church Council of Greater
Seattle.

The Lapeer Visiting
Committee of the Flint
Jewish Community Council
provided a Shavuot party
for the residents of the
Lapeer State Home re-
cently.
Esther Harris, chairman,
was assisted by Fannie Sor-
kin, Sarah Akner, Bessie
Ring, Lillian Shulman and
Sonia Schafer.

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Flint, Obituaries

Charles Hourvitz, owner
of the Merchants Paper and
Twine Co. for more than 40
years, died June 14 at age
85.
Born in Lithuania, Mr.
Hourvitz lived in Flint since
1923. He was a founder and
member of Cong. Beth Is-
rael. He resided at 3710 Rue
Foret.
Mr. Hourvitz is survived
by his wife, Eva; two sons,
David and Ralph; a son-in-
law, Bernard Lovitky; a sis-
ter, Mrs. Goldie Sak of
Southfield; eight
grandchildren and six
great-grandchildren.

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Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Si-
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the engagement of their
daughter, Julie Ann, to
Bruce Edward Guttman,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex
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Mr. Guttman attends the
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