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Flint Young Leaders Hold Teach-In
The young leadership committee and Sunday Schools and an effort
of the Flint Community Council must be made to insure sufficient
sponsored a Teach-In last weekend teachers in the future to do the
at Temple Beth El, for 100 Jewish job, he said.
men and women under 40.
The young leadership committee
Rabbi Arthur Lelyveld, president responsible for this program in-
of the American Jewish Congress, cluded William Bernard, Dr. Jack
and spiritual leader of Fairmount Stanzler, Michael Pelavin, Dr.
Temple, Cleveland, spoke on "It's Leon Rosky, Dr. Peter Kronick and
`Camp' to Be Jewish" Saturday Dr. Ira Marder.
Rabbi Lelyveld emphasized that
being comfortable with Jewishness
is not enough; one must also un-
derstand his Jewishness by having
a knowledge of its profound mean-
Mert Goode, son of Dr. and Mrs.
ing and an understanding of its
content, in relation to 110 genera- Ted Goode, is a member of the
Flint Junior College golf team that
tions of Jewish survival.
On Sunday morning, Ben Licht- played in the national tournament
ner, a member of the National at Roswel, N.M. The Flint team
Young Leadership Cabinet of won the Michigan Junior College
the United Jewish Appeal and Conference championship.
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editor of the Vineland Times in
Seniors from Flint's four public
Vineland, N. J., spoke of the
contributions that Jews have high schools have been honored
made in our pluralistic society, with scholarships and awards. The
earning recognition and respect students, listed by schools, are:
Central: Stanley Sorscher, Gen-
by helping to enrich that society.
He also indicated that a Jewish eral Motors Institute mathematics
community must look at its re- award; graduate with high dis-
sponsibilities locally, nationally tinction;
Northern: Shelly W. Katz, high
and overseas and then set up
priorities in order to meet them. distinction;
Northwestern: Marlene Lowen-
Isaac Tobin, executive director
of the American Association for thal, high distinction;
Southwestern: H. Michael Wall,
Jewish Education, spoke Sunday
afternoon on the need for deter- . Tulane University Education Fund
mining a curriculum for Hebrew scholarship; graduate with high
and Sunday school education that distinction, along with Richard
will be exciting and challenging. Harris, Hyman Parnes.
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He also pointed out that the atti-
tude of parents and the reinforce-
College graduates abound this
ment in the home were vital ele-
: M • Riskin,
ments in Jewish education. Stand- lEastern Michigan University; Mir-
ards must be set up in order to ' iam Koch, Ellyn Winegarden and
improve the quality in the Hebrew Judi Epstein, University of Michi-
gan; Gary Gutterman and Theo-
dore Golden, U-M Medical School;
Ronald C. Ogusky, Stuart D.
Ogusky, Alan Smith, Carol Edel-
berg, Michigan State UniVersity.
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The following college students
from the Flint area have received
academic honors: Jeffrey Kra-
1 kower has been named a James
1B. Angell Scholar at the Univer-
sity of Michigan for perfect schol-
WITH FORMULA '99'
arship for three consecutive terms;
Lawrence Biller was honored by
Michigan State University for re-
' ceving all As.
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A pre-United Synagogue Youth
chapter has been formed at Cong.
Beth - Israel and represents a first
for Flint. The following officers
were elected: president, Lenny
Fink; vice presidents, Mitchell Lea-
vitt and Sally Hurand; secretary,
Laurie White; and treasurer, Harry
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Flint's Jewish 'youth groups have
a roster of new officers. They are
Flint Tel Hai USY: president,
Debbie Gotlib; vice presidents,
Dan Gotlib, Gail Wolin and Randy
Myers; treasurer, Deborah Levy;
and secretaries, Diane Kasle and
Hatikva BBG: president, Temmie
Young; vice president, Shirley
Apell; secretary, Gail Feinstein;
treasurer, Michele Indianer; re-
porter, Pammie Young; and coun-
selor, Judy Goldberg.
Maimonides A Z A : president,
Steve Roth; vice president, David
Koffman; secretary, Jeff Aaronson;
WON'T PEEL or CHALK
treasurer, Danny Bernstein; re-
WON'T BLISTER or FADE
porter, Ronald Marx, and coun-
selor, David Gotlib.
Flint Temple Teens: president,
Brushes and Rollers
Carol Hurwitz; vice presidents,
Clean Up in Water
Robert Caplan and Shelley Hour-
vitz; state board, Nancy Ruben-
stein; secretary, Deborah Arenson;
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treasurer, Regina Sorkin; and Par-
liamentarian, Robert Kaplan.
on the Move
Ann Birenboim and Harvey
Charles Gordon exchanged mar-
riage vows in Kansas City recently.
The bride is the daughter of Mrs.
George Aaron of Shawnee Mission.
Kan., and the late Dr. Irvin M.
Birenboim. She was given in mar-
riage by Dr. Aaron. Parents of the
bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
tin Gordon of Hampden Rd., Flint.
A full peau de soie train accented
the bride's sleeveless gown of Eng-
lish net. She wore a shoulder-length
veil and carried roses, Stephanotis
and foliage. In the bridal party
were Nancy Birenboim, Jane Wen-
eck and Sharon Katz, all of Kansas
City, Nancy Gordon of Flint, Judith
Gordon of Chicago and Mary Ben-
jamin of Cincinnati. Attending the
bridegroom were Mark Saipe of
Flint, Bruce Birenboim and Law-
rence Friedman, both of Kansas
City, Mo., Thomas Krause of Miami
Beach, Merton Krause of Chicago
and Robert Stoldrow of Cambridge,
Mass. The newlyweds left on a
trip to Europe after a reception at
the country club. They will make
their home in Flint.
Birthday Gift in Reverse
Jack Gonte of Flint did a turn-
about recently to celebrate his
60th birthday; he gave his three
daughters and si of his 10 grand-
children trips to western cities,
including Las Vegas and Disney-
land. His children live in Detroit
and Oak Park.
(More Flint News, Page 17)
Beth Israel Nursery School
Nursery school registration is
open for next year at Cong. Beth
Israel. Children age 3-5 will be
accepted on a first-come, first.
June 16 — Willowood Duplicate served basis. For details, call the
school office. CE 3-5386.
June 17 — City of Hope Board
Meeting, 8:30 p.m., home of Mrs. 18—Friday, June 14, 1968
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
June 18 — City of Hope Victory
Luncheon, 12:30 p.m.
June 19 — Hadassah Supplies
Party, home of Mrs. H. Kesten.
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SPP I N KLERS
Ann Lebster Chapter, Hadassah,
announces a Hadassah hospital
supplies garden party will be held
1 p.m. Wednesday at the home of
Mrs. Hyman Kesten, according to
Mrs. Jack Shaprow, president.
Mrs. Arthur Silverman and Mrs.
Raymond Engelman, hospital sup-
plies chairmen, and Mrs. Hyman
Kesten will he hostesses.
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as DEAN of
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Rabbi Eugene Greenfield
Chairman—Board of Di rectors
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