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September 18, 1981 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-09-18

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28 Friday, September 18, 1981

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Flint News

Let the

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of New York, 8 p.m. Sunday

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Community
Calendar

Monday — Beth Israel
Sisterhood board meeting,
noon; and Beth El board
meeting 8 p.m.
Tuesday — FJF Com-
munity Activities Commit-
tee meeting, noon, Federa-
tion office; and Keren Or
board meeting, 8 p.m..
Thursday — ORT Paid-
up Membership Luncheon,
noon, home of Barbara
Schafer; FJF Senior Friend-
ship Club, noon, Temple
Beth El; and FJF board of
directors meeting 8 p.m.

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at Temple Beth El. The
community is invited.
Solarz was graduated
from Brandeis University
in 1962 and received a mas-
ter's degree in public law
and administration from
Columbia University in
1967.
He was elected to the New
York state legislature in
1968, after defeating the in-
cumbent a 30-year vete-
ran — in a Democratic pri-

Flint Hadassah
Plans Program

The Ann Lebster Chapter
of Hadassah will present
"Fanny" at its , paid-up
membership luncheon noon
Wednesday at Cong. Beth
Israel.
Cast members are: Mr.
and Mrs. Joel Kleiner, Reva
Schafer, Pat Fauer, Harry
Ratner, Therese Leyton,
Phoebe Flynn, Vickie
Winston, JoAnn Alfred,
Judy Mallon, Diane Rabin,
Barbara Schafer and Tobye
Weiss. Rosemarie Plourde
is the choreographer. Co-
directors are Ros Kramer
and Anita Kippelman. Gol-
die Talkow is the musical
director. Blanche Dunayer
is chairing the luncheon
committee. Babysitter and
kiddie luncheon will be pro-
vided.

Flint to Salute
Departing Feder

The community will sa-
lute Arnold Feder, execu-
tive director of the Flint
Jewish Federation for the
past five years, Oct. 4, at a
reception and dessert buffet
at Temple Beth El, Carol
Olds, chairman, announced..,
Feder is leaving to be-
come executive director of
the Jewish Federation of
Sacramento, Calif.
Serving with Mrs. Olds on
the planning committee
are: Stephen Klein, Ira
Marder, Mr. and Mrs. Mal-
colm Isaacs, Elaine Fishler,
Joan Hellem, Stella Koenig,
Mimi Goldstein and Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Kasle .

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mary. He was renominated
and re-elected by large
margins in 1970 and 1972.
He was elected to Con-
gress in 1974, after de-
feating the incumbent in
a Democratic primary.
He was re-elected in 1976,
1978 and 1980 by over-
whelming majorities.
In Congress, Solarz
serves as a member of the
Committee on Foreign Af-
fairs and is the chairman of
the subcommittee on Asian
and Pacific affairs. He is a
member of the Budget
Committee and chairs the
task force on transporta-
tion, capital resources and

Joint Selihot
Service Offered

For the first time in the
Flint Jewish community a
combined Selihot service
will be held 9 p.m. Saturday
at Cong. Beth Israel.
The program will begin
with a dessert buffet to be
followed by a film entitled
"Who Shall Live — Who
Shall Die." The film will be
the basis for a panel discus-
sion moderated by Clifford
Hart and including
panelists Jane Cossman,
Saul Gorne, Benzion Gotlib
and Sidell Sorscher.
Services will follow the
panel discussion. Cantor
Sholom Kalib will officiate,
assisted by the synagogue
choir.

Bowling League
Season to Begin

Flint Bnai Brith will start
its bowling season 10 a.m.
Oct. 11 at Southland Lanes.
Persons who wish to join
the league should call Co-
Presidents Jerome
Feldman, 232-3997; or
Steve Feldman, 694-3980.

Flint People
Make News

Seven athletes from the
Jewish community were
among Flint Canusa games
participants last month in
Hamilton, Ont. They were:
Danny Vater, Kathy Lewis,
Adam Leiter, Allee Leiter,
Michelle Olds, Adam Golds-
tein and Scott Kronick.

Bnai Mitzva

Cory and Andrea
Jacoby celebrated their
Bnai Mitzva at Sept. 11
Shabat services at Temple
Beth El.

Bat Mitzva

Debbie Krasner will be-
come Bat Mitzva at services
8 p.m. today at Temple Beth
El.

From 1945 through 1951,
HIAS and other Jewish
agencies sponsored 149,450
immigrants to the United
States, Latin America,
British dominions and Is-
rael.

research and development.
He is also an ex-officio
member of the Post Office
and Civil Service Commit-
tee and a member of the
House Mailing Standards
Commission.

Temple Women
Installation Set

Temple Beth El Sister-
hood officers will be in-
stalled at a special service 8
p.m. Sept. 25.
They are: Co-Presidents
Elaine Fishier and Reva
Wexler; Vice Presidents Jo
Abramson and Judy Mal-
lon; Dolores Rosenberg, re-
cording secretary; Linda
Roberts, corresponding sec-
retary; Fay Alfred, trea-
surer; Diane Lindholm, fi-
nancial secretary; and
Blanche Gordon, represen-
tative to the temple board.

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