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July 22, 1983 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-07-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Physicians Plan Tribute
on Behalf of Israel Bonds

A committee of 12 doctors representing the newly
expanded State of Israel Bonds Professional Medical
Health Services division met recently to begin plan-
ning an Israel Bond tribute dinner to be held in early
fall. Pictured at the meeting are, standing, from left:
Drs. Hershel Sandberg, Joel Hamburger, Arthur
Lieberman, Harris Mainster, Susan Harold, Lloyd
Paul and William Leuchter. Seated, from left, are: Drs.
Paul Goodman, Myron Joyrich, Vernon Sternhill and
Dr. Edward Treisman. Dr. Sandberg is division
chairman. Dr. Hamburger is dinner chairman. Dinner
Co-Chairmen are Drs. Lieberman, Leuchter and Paul.
Drs. Joyrich, Harold, Mainster, Goodman, Sternhill,
Treisman and Samuel Indenbaum are associate
chairmen.

r

Flint News

Flint Chairmen Are Named

Committee chairman-
ships were announced for
1983-1984 by President
Stephen Klein at the June
30 Flint Jewish Federation
board of directors meeting.
Returning as chairman of
the Women's Division
Campaign will be Pat
Hartz. Associate chairmen
will be Blanche Gordon and
Sharon Schreiber.
Finance
committee
chairman will be Mimi
Goldstein while Carl
Schwartz will be chairman
of the planning and budget
- committee.
The other administrative
committee, UJA campaign,
will be filled later, Klein
said.
Five program committee
chairmanships were also fil-
led: Elaine Fishler again

Flint People
Make News

Richard S. Heitzner has
been named executive di-
rector of college relations at
Moss Community College.
He previously was director
of college/legislative rela-
tions. He has been ,on the
MCC faculty staff since
1962.
** *
Laurie White, who has
entertained community
groups with her folk music,
has co-authored a book
called "Take Care With
Yourself." It is a young per-
son's guide to understand-
ing, preventing and healing
from the hurts of child
abuse. Both Laurie and co-
author Steve Spencer have
Worked in the area of child
abuse for many years.
* * *
Linda Roberts has been
named community activi-
ties coordinator for the Flint
Jewish Federation.

will chair the family serv-
ices committee with Robert
Segar as vice chairman.
Natalie Pelavin continues
as community relations
chairman.
Others are Harold Stein-
man, leadership develop-
ment; Gary Hurand, youth
activities; and Bernard Ab-
ramson, community activi-
ties and senior services.
Unfilled at the June 30
board meeting was the
Jewish education chair-
manship.

Richardson to Be NJH/NAC Honoree

Dean E. Richardson,
chairman of Manufacturers
National Bank of Detroit,
will be guest of honor Sept.
22 at Detroit's 1983 benefit
dinner for the National
Jewish Hospital/National
Asthma Center (NJH/
NAC).
His selection was an-
nounced by Walter J.
McCarthy Jr., chairman of
Detroit Edison Co., who is
serving as chairman of this
year's benefit campaign for
the Denver-based medical
center.
The campaign for the

Reservations
for CJF GA

Reservations are being
taken for Flint representa-
tives to the 52nd General
Assembly of the Council of
Jewish Federations to be
held Nov. 16-20 in Atlanta,
Ga._
For information, call the
Flint Jewish Federation,
767-5922.

Politeness is artificial
good humor; it covers the
natural want of it, and ends
by rendering habitual a
substitute nearly equiv-
alent to the real virtue.
—Thomas Jefferson

Richardson will re-
ceive the NJH/NAC Na-
tional Humanitarian
Award, which is pre-
sented in Detroit and
other cities to recognize
persons who have

demonstrated
great
humanitarian concern
and outstanding com-
munity service.
Serving as treasurer for
the benefit campaign is
David Handleman, chair-
man of the Handleman Co.
Stanley Winkelman,
chairman of Winkelman
Stores Inc:, is dinner journal
chairman.
For dinner information,
call Walter McCarthy Jr.,
237-8000.

THE JEWISH SOUND:
6:15 a.m. Sunday, WMJC-
FM (95) and 8 a.m. Sunday
WNIC-AM (1310). Rabbi
Yitzchak Kagan is the mod-
erator.
* * *
RELIGION IN THE
NEWS: 9:05 a.m. Sunday
CKWW (580), Rabbi
Jonathan V. Plaut is the
moderator.
* * *
DIRECTIONS: 12:30
p.m. Sunday, WXYZ-TV
Channel 7, Morris Abram,
former president of the

Dr. Sleutelberg
Plans to Marry

DR. SLEUTELBERG

Mr. and Mrs. Simon
Sleutelberg of Hudson,
Mich., announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter, Ester Rosalie, to How-
ard Gordon Kowalsky, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kow-
alsky of West Bloomfield.
Sleutelberg received
a BS degree from the Uni-
versity of Michigan and
earned her DDS degree at
the University of Detroit.
Kowalsky earned a BBA
degree from the University
of Michigan School of Busi-
ness Administration.
An early fall wedding is
planned.

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* * *

nonprofit and nonsectarian
respiratory and immune
disease center will begin
4:30 p.m. Thursday with an
organizational meeting at
Detroit Edison's Au-
ditorium and culminate
with the dinner in honor of
Richardson at the Westin
Hotel.

Jewry on the Air

* * *

Under the leadership of
Stella Koenig, the Senior
Friendship Club will con-
tinue its weekly programs
this summer. On Thursday,
the group will hear Sally
Carney of the West Flint
Library give a book review.
On Aug. 4, Mary Jane
Meyer will teach crafts and
August birthdays will be
celebrated. On Aug. 11, Hal
Flynn of Genesee Bank will
speak.

Friday, July 22, 1983 43

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* * *

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* * *

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* * *

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* * *
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