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June 19, 1981 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-06-19

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FLINT
NEWS

Rhonda Price
to Direct USY

Rhonda Price has been
elected president of the
Flint United Synagogue
Youth group.
Other officers are Gail
Himelhoch, Michele Wis-
nudel and Melissa Weis-
berg, vice presidents; Todd
Schafer, treasurer;
Elizabeth Binder and Jac-
kie Himelhoch, secretaries.
In addition, Richard
Siegel and Marla Ring are
in charge of membership
and Wendy Brenner and
Noelene Brin are in charge
of ruach and regalia.
The group will go to Mac-
kinac Island Thursday.

SPACE Lists July Agenda

SPACE, a community
service for widowed and di-
vorced men and women and
their families, has an-
nounced its July schedule.
The sessions, which all
begin at 8 p.m., will be held
as follows:
July 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, drop-
in discussion for men and
women; July 6, divorce sup-
port series for men and
women, to continue July 13,
20 and 27; July 7, widowed
support series for men and
women, to continue July 14,
21 and 28; July 9, mature
widowed drop-in for men
and women; and July 28,
young widowed drop-in for
men and women.

Attack Warning
Ignored by Iran

Meetings are held in the
National Council of Jewish
Women offices, 16400 W. 12
Mile, Suite 106, Southfield.
Pre-registration is re-
quired. For information,
call SPACE, 557-9390. Ad-
mission is nominal.

Flint Federation
to Hold Meeting

The Flint Jewish Federa-
tion will have its annual
meeting and elections 7
p.m. June 28 at Flint's
Temple Beth El.
The evening will feature
talks by U.S. Sen. Donald
Riegel, Jr., and by U.S.
Representative Dale Kil-
dee. Awards will be pre-
sented, and annual reports
read.
Mimi Goldstein is the
chairman of the meeting.
The community is invited.

Senior Honored

The Senior Friendship
Club will honor Dora
Winegarden noon Thursday
at Flint's Temple Beth El.
Luncheon will be served.
Mrs. Winegarden's
daughter, Trudy Galanter,
and grandsons, Neil and
David, will participate in
the program.

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Covers Election

JERUSALEM (JNI) —
The Egyptian daily Al
Akhbar will print an "Israel
Elections Page" each Tues-
day before the June 30 bal-
loting. Last week's page in-
cluded articles on the char-
acter of the competition be-
tween the Likud and Labor
Alignment, proposals of the
opposition and a description
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TAU Inaugurates
Math Institute

TEL AVIV — A new in-
'stitute of mathematics was
inaugurated recently at Tel
Aviv University to serve as
a center for absorbing im-
migrant mathematicians,
particularly from the Soviet
Union, and as a focal point
for the advancement of
mathematical studies in Is-
rael.
Among the eminent Rus-
sian immigrant math-
ematicians on the faculty of
Tel Aviv University to be
housed at the institute are:
Prof. Ilia Piatetski-Shapiro,
recent recipient of the Is-
raeli Prize; Prof. Israel
Gochberg, incumbent of the
newly inaugurated Nathan
and Lily Silver Chair for
Mathematical Analysis and
Operator Theory; Prof. Ale-
xander Voronel, Profs. Vit-
aly and David Milman, and
Prof. Gregory Sivachinsky.

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JERUSALEM (JNI) —
Some 100 volunteers from
AYALA (Israeli Citizens for
Returning Home) held their
first national meeting last
week at Beit Hanassi.
Founded two years ago in
Philadelphia, the group
boasts 100 American mem-
bers and 150 Israeli volun-
teers who assist in the re-
absorption of yordim.

TEL AVIV (JNI) — Al-
though both the United
States and USSR knew of
Monday — FJF calendar Iraqi plans to attack Iran
meeting, 10 a.m., Federa- one month before the inva-
tion office; Beth Israel Sis- sion, the Russians warned
terhood open board meet- Iran while the Americans
ing, 8 p.m.; and Beth El remained silent,, a new
board of education, 8 p.m.
Israeli-authored book reve-
Tuesday — FJF softball als. Iranian president
game, 5:45 p.m., Bassett Abolhassan Bani-Sadr did
Park; Keren Or open board not believe the Soviet warn-
meeting, 8 p.m., home of ing, claims Maariv writer
Sandi Leavitt; and FJF trip Shmuel Segev in "The Ira-
to Stratford.
nian Triangle."
Segev details the advice
of Israeli strategists to the
Flint People
U.S. which "prevented
Make News
American asylum for the
Norah Labiner, daugh- Shah," and the extensive
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Eli ties between Israel and
Labiner, has been named a pre-Khomeini Iran. The
finalist in the Cranbrook practice of sending dis-
School annual scholarship guised Israeli leaders to
competition.
Iran was abandoned, Segev
* * *
maintains, after an Ameri-
Pearl Dumoff, Flint can tourist recognized Abba
Community Schools psy- Eban through a wig and
chologist, will participate in moustache.
a staff development in-
service Aug. 26.

Cong. Beth Israel elected
officers at its annual meet-
ing last month. They are:
Jeffrey Chimovitz, Leonard
Meizlish, ' Dr. Harold
Steinman and Jack Parnes.
Elected to two-year terms
on the board were: Barry
Brin, Raymond Failer, Mel
Flamenbaum, Pat
Himelhoch, Carol Hurand,
Zena Moss, Meyer Nover
and Norman Schafer.

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