18—Friday, May 3, 1968
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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UJA Women Hear Campaign Successes
Increases averaging 20 per cent on the same pledge cards of
last year were announced at the Flint United Jewish Appeal Women's
Division Community Luncheon recently at Southmoor Country Club.
Some 140 women heard that both the regular and Israel Emergency
Fund campaign have registered significant increases. Ruth and
Beno Sharon of Israel were the entertainers at the luncheon, whose
leaders were (from left) Mrs. Sidney Wolin, co-chairman; Mrs. Wil-
liam Baines, honorary chairman; Murray Greenfield, guest speaker;
Mrs. Asher Marder, co-chairman, and Mrs. Gilbert Rubenstein,
U. of M. Student to Assist in Study
of Man on Anthropologist's Mission
Jeffrey Cossman, 20 - year - old
son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Coss-
man, 320 Cloverdale, will ac-
company a noted anthropologist on
a summer study of early man. '
The scientist, Dr. Charles Loring
Brace IV is shown here with his
young friend — and a somewhat
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A three-month study on the
origin of man will carry a noted
anthropologist and a young Flint
premedical student to Europe,
Israel and Africa.
A student at the University of i
Michigan, Jeffrey Cossman. 20,
will accompany Dr. Charles Loring
Brace IV, curator of physical an-
thropology of the Rackham School
of Graduate Studies at U. of M.
The three-month study will in-
clude research at the British Mu-
seum in London: in Holland: at
two new excavations in Israel; and
in Africa and South Africa.
In South Africa they will work
with Dr. L. S. B. Leakey, anthro-
pologist who is the author of
several books and has been fea-
tured in National Geographic
Cossman was graduated from
Southwestern High School in 1965
with high distinction. He is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Coss-
man, 320 Cloverdale.
He will assist Dr. Brace with
the photography and research re-
quired in the study, and will con-
tinue to work with Dr. Brace dur-
ing his senior year at U. of M.
Dr. Brace joined the U. of M.
staff a year ago after completing
six years at the University of
California, where he set up the
school's anthropology department.
He is the fourth generation of pro-
fessors in his family, and has
written several books on anthro-
Cossman has received a govern-
ment grant from the National
Science Foundation for the trip,
and Dr. Brace will financed by the
U. of M., and the foundation.
Youth on the Move
The following Flint students re-
ceived all As in the last marking
period: Central High: Fred Osher
and Patricia Barham; Northern
High: Mary R. Dollen, Sander
Shoichet and Warren Siegel;
Northwestern High: Debra Lowen-
thal; Holmes Junior High: Richard
Schulmeister and Barbara Lowen-
thal; Longfellow Junior High:
David Failer, Andrea Krakower,
Jack Schafer, Laurie White and
David Mandelstamm; McKinley
Junior High: Shelley Harris, Deena
Agree, Marcia Katz, Hilary Mar-
key and Jeff Natchez; Zimmerman
Junior High: Mindy Becker.
Antique Show, Sale
to Open on Sunday
The Eastern Michigan Antique
Show at Temple Beth El opens to
• • • Goings
the public noon Sunday and con-
tinues through Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Marvin Tulpan, general
chairman, announced that there
will be antique silver trays, flat-
ware and serving pieces, cut glass
bowls, china, ash trays and other
decorative pieces for sale.
In addition, there will be an-
tique jewelry, stamps, coins, a
rare antique gun collection, furni-
ture and objets d'art.
The tea room will serve sand-
‘viches, salads and pastries pre-
pared by the sisterhood women.
Portrait artists will be in attend-
ance to do pastels. Parking is free.
Exhibit hours are noon-10 p.m.
Sunday and Monday and noon to
9 p.m. Tuesday .
Genesee County Association for
Retarded Children included among
its recent luncheon guests Mrs.
Andrew Winston Bnai Brith Wo-
men; and Mrs. Sam Winston, Jew-
ish War Veterans Auxiliary; at-
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Mrs. Milton G. Warren was
elected to the board of directors of
the YWCA at its annual meeting
Mesdames Max Linder, Gordon
Suber and Sidney Wolin repre-
sented Beth Israel Sisterhood at
the convention of the Michigan
Branch of National Women's
League, United Synagogue of
America, April 24 and 25 at Cong
Beth Aaron, Detroit.
May 5-7—Temple Beth El Sister-
hood Antique Show
May 7- —Bnai Brith Meeting, 8:30
p.m., Howard Johnson's
May 9- —Willowood Country Club
Ltincheon, 12:30 p.m.
Jewish War Veterans' Auxiliary
held its 23rd annual donor dinner
at Cromer's Restaurant. 7 p.m.
May 2. Mrs. Mike Wisnudel, gen-
eral chairman, was assisted by
Mrs. Shy Leavitt, Mrs. Sydney
Rachwal and Mrs. Jerome Yale.
Willowood Country Club will hold
its spring luncheon and Fashion
Show Thursday. Chairmen for the
event are Mrs. Bernard Harris and
Mrs. Harry J. Mills. Games will
follow the show. Assisting Mrs.
Harris and Mrs. Mills are Mes-
dames Eli Bernstein, Joseph Meg-
dell, Harvey Shaprow, Milton Sie-
gal and David Caplan. For reser-
vations, call Mrs. Samuel Cossman
or Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mallon.
The models will be Mesdames
Leonard Bragman, Raymond En-
gelman, Max Harris, Louis Kasle
and Alfred Klein.
Bni Brith Flint Lodge will hold
a reception and indoctrination of
new members 8:30 p.m. Tuesday
at Howard Johnson's Motol Lodge.
Harry Mills, chairman of the pro-
gram, announced that President
Hy Klein will make the formal
opening; Joseph Krakower will
present pins to the new members;
Syd Osher will present the past
president's pin to Clifford Hart;
Dr. Louis Hurwitz will present the
Morris Gold award to a deserving
individual in the community; and
Ted Vinacow, chairman of the
nominating committee, will pre-
sent the slate of officers.
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Senior Friendship Club will con-
duct Sabbath services May 11 at
Cong. Beth Israel. Following the
service, there will be a kidush and
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Beth Israel Sisterhood's -annual
Businessmen's Luncheon and Din-
ner will be held May 20 in the
synagogue social hall. A full-course
meal will be served 11:30 a.m.-
1:30 p.m. and 4:30-7 p.m. Families
are welcome. Chairmen include
Mesdames Aaron Weston, Isadore
Sugarman, Irving Bernstein and
Ann Kaplan. Contact Mrs. Gordon
Suber, 787-7147, for tickets.
Dr. Gary Steinman on Research Team
Credited With First 'Block of Life'
A top winner in the 1959 Flint
Science Fair is a member of a
team of scientists who have cre-
ated a "block of life."
Results of their research were
reported in Science magazine.
Dr. Gary D. Steinman, assistant
professor of biochemistry at Penn-
sylvania State University, worked
with two other scientists in creat-
ing a special sulfur - containing
"building block of life," in the la-
boratory under conditions like
those thought to have existed when
the world was young.
The experiment was the first
in which a protein constituent
containing sulfur . resulted from
this kind of research.
Dr. Steinman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Steinman, 3500 South-
gate, Flint Township, also spoke
at a Proteins and Nucleic Acids
Symposium in Houston this month.
Dr. Steinman was graduated
from Northern High School in 1959,
and in 1963 became the first stu-
dent at Michigan State University
to earn a bachelors and masters
degree at the same time. He also
was the senior male at MSU with
the highest grade-point average.
He joined the staff of Penn State
in 1966 after completing his doc-
torate at the University of Califor-
nia, Berkeley, where he worked
under Dr. Melvin Calvin, a Nobel
Beth El Adult Series to Feature 3 Scholars
Temple Beth. El announces the
following speakers for its adult
May 15: Dr. G. Stuart Hodge, di-
rector of Flint Institute of Art, on
"Contribution of Jewish Artists to
20th Century Art."
May 22: Rabbi Philip Frankel,
Cong. Shaarey Zedek, Lansing,
Mich. on "Legacy of Hebrew Bi-
May 29: Prof. Mordechai Krein-
in, department of economics, Mich-
Jeffrey Katz, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Katz, will be called
to the Tora as Bar Mitzva Satur-
day at Cong. Beth Israel.
WORKMEN'S CIRCLE DEBS BRANCH III
will hold a memorial service
SUNDAY, MAY 5 — 2 P.M.
at WORKMEN'S CIRCLE CENTER
of WORKMEN'S CIRCLE CENTER
18340 W. 7 Mile Rd.
DAVID LIFSITZ and YENIE KATZ
members of Workmen's Circle, carpenters union
and friends are urged to attend.
MAY 14 with a
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
Early Flint Leader
Florence Fishier, 68. one of
Flint's first Jewish residents and
one of the most active members of
the Jewish community, died at her
home, 336 Bella Vista, Grand
Mrs. Fishier born in Lithuania,
lived in the Flint area 50 years.
She and her husband, Morris W.
were among the first 10 Jewish
families in Flint and were instru-
mental in organizing Cong Beth
In addition to being a charter
member of Beth Israel, she was a
member of Temple Beth El, the
sisterhoods of both synagogues and
She leaves her hubsand; two
daughters, Mrs. William Shapiro
of Flint and Mrs. Alvin Steinman
of Birmingham; a son, A. J.; three
three brothers, Dr. H. Maxwell
Golden, president of the Genesee
County Medical Society; Dr. Mil-
ford Golden of Detroit, and Sey-
mour Golden of Long Beach; three
sisters, Mrs. Celia Kusten of Palm
Springs, Calif., Mrs. Joseph Aron-
off of Toledo and Mrs. Irving Moss
of San Bernardino, Calif.; and
igan State University, on "Ethical
Concepts of Judaism."
All sessions will take place at
the Temple 8 p.m.
FOR A TREE CERTIFICATE
FOR YOUR MOTHER
IN HER NAME
A TREE IS A SYMBOL OF LIFE
Why not stop and pick up a certificate on Sunday, May 14* The °Mc*
will be open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
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