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May 20, 1983 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-05-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jewish Population Boom

Flint News

Flint Federation Schedules
Annual Meeting at Beth El

The annual meeting of
the Flint Jewish Federa-
tion has been rescheduled
for 8 p.m. June 15 at Flint's
Temple Beth El. Officers
and members of the board of
directors will be elected.
The following slate has
been submitted by the
Nominating Committee:
President, Stephen Klein;
First Vice President,
Natalie Pelavin; Second
Vice President, Frank
Kasle; Third Vice
President, Carl Schwartz;
Secretary, Harry Binder;
and Treasurer, Mimi Golds-
tein.

Nominated to serve a
three-year term on the
board were: Stan Fauer, Hal
Goldberg, Ron Goldstein,
Peter Goodstein, Nancy
Hanflik, Hy Klein, Edward
Powers and Robert Segar.
Mark Schwartz was nomi-
nated to serve a two-year
term on the board. Nomi-
nated to serve a one-year
term on the boafd were:
Richard Harris and Jeff
Fishier. Harris was named
to the current board of di-
rectors to fill a vacancy.

Elaine Fishier chairs the
annual meeting committee.

Camp Enrollment Opens

Camp Maccabi, sponsored
by the Flint Jewish Federa-
tion at Holiday Hills, Camp
Copneconic, Fenton, is tak-
ing enrollment for summer.
Camp sessions are
scheduled for July 5-8, July
12-15 and July 19-22. Bus

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Community
Calendar

Sunday — USY Car
Wash at Cong. Beth Israel;
Bnai Brith Women Installa-
tion, 11 a.m.; and Cong.
Beth Israel annual meeting,
7:30 p.m., Beth Israel.
Monday — Beth Israel
Sisterhood board meeting,
noon, Beth Israel; and Beth
El board meeting, 8 p.m.
Tuesday — Ivriah Pro-
gram on "Cults" for high
school seniors, 7 p.m., Tem-
ple Beth El; and Bnai Brith
Women meeting, 7:30 p.m.,
River Valley club house.
Thursday — FJF board
of directors meeting, 8 p.m.

Bnai Mitzva

Robert Schaffer will be-
come Bar Mitzva 9 a.m.
Saturday at Cong. Beth Is-
rael.
Patrick Simen will be-
come Bar Mitzva 9 a.m. May
28 at Cong. Beth Israel.
Deborah Schafer will
become Bat Mitzva 9 a.m.
June 4 at Cong. Beth Israel.

Flint Obituaries

Jacob Block

Jacob Block, a member of
Cong. Beth Israel and a
charter member of Temple
Beth El, died May 6 at age
87.
He is survived by his wife,
Sarah; two daughters, Irene
Klein and Betty Jane
Coughlin; a sister, Dorothy
Baum; six grandchildren
and three great-grand-
children.

Flint Births

April 2 —To Mr. and Mrs.
Allen Roiter (Ellyn Rubens-
tein), a daughter, Heather
Mario.

transportation will be
available.
The camp is open to chil-
dren eligible for kindergar-
ten in September through
completion of fourth grade
in June 1983. Marilyn Meg-
dell is the camp director.
For information, call the
Flint Federation, 767-5922.
A meeting for
counselors-in-training will
take place 5 p.m. Wednes-
day at Flint's Temple Beth
El. Teens age 14 or 15 who
are interested should call
Megdell or the Federation
office for an application
form.

Donor Luncheon

Flint Chapter, Women's
American ORT will have an
Honor Roll and donor
luncheon noon June 1 in the
home of Natalie Pelavin.
Everyone is welcome.
Donors, Honor Roll mem-
bers and incoming ORT offi-
cers will be honored.

Flint People
Make News

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Beth Israel Sisterhood
will have an art exhibit and
auction 7 p.m. June 5 at
Cong. Beth Israel. A wine
and cheese preview will
begin at 5:30 p.m.
Among the pieces to be
exhibited are oils, lithos,
batiks, prints, etchings and
watercolors. There is a nom-
inal charge.

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Relocation Talk

The Flint Jewish Federa-
tion Board of Directors has
authorized its President,
Stephen Klein, to appoint a•
committee to meet with a
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similar committee from fre
Cong. Beth Israel to study
the building of a Federation
administrative office adja-
cent to the Beth Israel
building.

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TEL AVIV (ZINS) — In
editorials about the bomb-
ing of the American em-
bassy in Beirut, Yediot
Ahronot stated:
"The people of Israel
have had such experiences
at the hands of the Arab ter-
rorists, but for the U.S. this
is something new and terri-
ble.
"Perhaps now the U.S.
leadership will understand
why we are so opposed to
putting the security of ter-
ritories on our northern
borders into the hands of the
Lebanese army, which is
not yet an army at all."

six million within 30 years,
and that the Jewish popula-
tion of Judea and Samaria
will equal the Arab popula-
tion.

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Maxine Kronick has
been selected by the public
relations department of
General Motors Corp. to
write the script for a musi-
cal saluting the 75th an-
niversary of GM. She re-
ceived the first woman of
achievement award of the
YWCA.
David Leyton, a news
staffer at radio station
WFDF, received two awards
in the 1983 Michigan Asso-
ciated Press Broadcasters
news competition.

Women to Host
an Art Auction

Shared Terror

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
Israeli 'forecasters believe
that the Jewish population
of Israel and the adminis-
tered territories will reach

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