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October 04, 1968 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-10-04

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Flint FreshmenHit the Books

The Flint Jewish community can
boast a large number of college
freshmen this season—not the least
of whom are a father-son team who
have decided to attend law school
together.
Sam Blum, owner of Blum Real-
ty, and his son, Geoffrey, are both
college graduates, Sam holding a
doctorate in history from Columbia
University and Jeff a bachelors
degree in history from Eastern
Michigan University. Neither is
planning to become a lawyer, but
enrolled in night classes at the De-
troit College of Law "just for the
fun of it." They figured that a law
degree might help in the realty
business.
Meanwhile, a number of other
Flint young people have enrolled
at college.
At the University of Michigan are
Randee Bernstein, Howard Gutow,
Randy Katz, Shelly Katz, Karen
Leitson, Janet Levenson, Sherry
Shaprow, Sandy Koffman and Andy
Koffman.
Eastern Michigan University:

Sharon Fineberg, Jerry Greenberg,
Shari Gross, Sandra Grossman,
Elissa Kramer, Lynn Markey,
Sharon Sidell, Jerry Silberman,
Sam Wapner, Irwin Weinstein and
Ruth Whiteman.
Michigan State University: Adele
Blum, Marta Braver, Hyman Par-
nes, Elliott Stern, Ilise Tulpan,
Bethany Wexler and Ruth Wino-
gron.
Flint Junior College: Emily Fish-
ier, Judith Goldberg, David Gotlib,
Debra Klein, Nancy Klein, Martin
Natchez, Ami Ranani, Leonard
Rosengard, Marvin Siegel and Bar-
ry Witkow.
University of Miami: Harriet
Hirsch; Berkley, Calif.: Stanley
Sorscher; Oberlin (Ohio): Richard
Harris; Tulane: Mickey Wall;
Northwestern Michigan College:
Peggy Jo .Rapport; Ferris: Roger
Skulsky; Central Michigan: Debra
Golden; National School of Educa-
tion (Evanston): Ellyn Rubenstein;
Chamberlayne College (Boston):
Rhonda Rudner; and Olivet: Larry
Chimovitz.

.

Flint News

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Beth El Lecture Series
to Open With Talk by
Hebrew U. Professor

Deborah Arenson Gets
Anne Lebster Award

The Anne Lebster Memorial
Award, a bronze medal and a se-
lection of outstanding Jewish books,
presented annually to the outstand-
ing member of the Temple Beth El
Confirmation Class, has been given
to Deborah Arenson.
In addition -to the confirmation
award, the Anne Lebster Memorial
Fund contributes to educational and
camp scholarships. Camp schol-
arship recipients this year, based
on scholastic achievement in the
temple religious school, were Jamie
Steinberg and Ilene Mitchell, who
attended the Olin-Sang Union Insti-
tute Camp, at Oconomowoc, Wis.,
this summer.

Temple Beth El will open its sec-
ond annual Fall Adult Education
Series Oct. 11. The lectures are
free to the public.
Programs are scheduled as fol-
lows:
Oct. 11: Prof. Jacob Jandau of
the Hebrew University, Jerusalem,
"Problems of the Arab Minority in
Israel," 8:30 p.m.
Oct. 20: Dr. Jason Tickton, mu-
sic professor at Wayne State Uni-
versity and director of music at
Temple Beth El, Detroit, an illus-
trated lecture on Jewish music,
3 p.m.
Oct. 30: Dr. Milton Rokeach,
psychology professor and recipient
Scholarships and awards from
of the 1967-68 Distinguished Scholar
Award at Michigan State Univer- the Lebster Fund are distributed
sity, "Value Systems, Prejudice equally to members of Cong. Beth
Israel and Temple Beth El.
and Politics," 8 p.m.
Dec. 18: Dr. John J. Appel, his
tory profesor at James Madison
College, Michigan State University,
"Problems of Assimilation in
Larry Koffman, son of Dr. and
America," 8 p.m.
Mrs. Joseph Koffman, will be call-
ed to the Tora as Bar Mitzva Oct.
THE FAIGIN'S
12 at Cong. Beth Israel.
wish all our relatives and
friends
Ex-Judge H. Hoffman;
A Happy New Year

Bnai Mitzva I

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Frieda, Henry, Sybil and Gary

FAIGIN

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Extending our best wishes for
a very Happy New Year to all
our dear friends and relatives.

MR. & MRS; HARRY
SALTSMAN
and daughter ELAINE

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NEW YORK—Herman Hoffman,
a lawyer and former justice of
the Court of Special Sessions, died
Sept. 24 at age 82.
Mr. Hoffman, a founder and
past chairman of the Anti-Nazi
League, also was past grand mas-
ter of the Independent Order of
Brith Abraham and was active in
many Jewish philanthropic and
service organizations. For many
years, he was president of the
New York County Criminal and
Civil Courts Bar Association.

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Community
Calendar

Oct. 6—Hadassah Board Meeting,
12:30 p.m., home of Mrs.
Murray Moss.
Beth Israel Sisterhood Suk-
kot Family Dinner, 6:30
p.m.
Temple Beth El Sukkot
Family Dinner, 6 p.m.
Oct. 7-8—Sukkot
Oct. 8—Temple Beth El Sisterhood
Board Meeting, 12:30 p.m.
Council Cultural Commit-
tee Meeting, 8:30 p.m.,
Temple Beth El.
Bnai Brith Women Board
Meeting, 8:30 p.m., home
of Mrs. Nathan Baum.
Bnai Brith Meeting, 8:30
p.m., Howard Johnson's,
Miller Rd.
Oct. 9—Beth Israel Sisterhood
Meeting, 12:30 p.m.
Bnai Brith Mixed Doubles
League Bowling, 8:30 p.m.,
Town and Country Lanes.
Oct. 10—Council Community Rela-
tions Committee Meeting,
8 p.m., .Cong. Beth Israel
Library.
JWVA Meeting, 8:30 p.m.,
home of Mrs. Arthur Shie-
vitz.
*
Beth Israel Sisterhood will have
a housewares demonstration at its
meeting 12:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Dessert coffee will be provided, and
there will be no charge. Friends
and neighbors are invited.
*
Bnai Brith Mixed Double Bowling
League will open 8:30p.m. Wednes-
day at Town and Country Lanes.
President Ted Vinacow said 16
teams will participate this year.
Other officers of the league are
secretary, Mrs. Morris Bikoff; and
treasurer, Mrs. Simon Indianer.
*
Temple Beth El Sisterhood will
host a children's Sukkot service 11
a.m. Monday. Children are asked
to bring an offering of canned
goods to share with less fortunate
children in the community. Imme-
diately following the service, the
sisterhood will serve a luncheon,
planned and prepared by Mes-
dames Sam Gershinzon, Jerold
Mills and Frank Sills. Hostesses for
the Oct. 8 sisterhood board meeting
at 12:30 p.m. are Mesdames Julius
Gutow and Hyman Loikrec.

Dr. Gary Steinman
Will Head New
Firm in Jerusalem

Dr. Gary D. Steinman, the first
person to receive bachelors and
masters deg. -.Ps at the same time
at Michigan State University, has
been appointed managing director
of a new Israeli company based in
Jerusalem.
Dr. Steinman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Steinman, 3500 South-
gate, Flint Twp., will return
Wednesday to the country where he
studied on a scholarship in 1961.
The new company, Ames-Yissum,
Ltd., is a commercial arm of He-
brew University and a division of
Miles Laboratories, Inc. It will de-
velop and manufacture medical
diagnostic products based on the
university research. Steinman, 27,
who is leaving his post as an as-
"sistant professor of biochemistry at
Pennsylvania State University, will
be responsible for identifying prom-
ising research discoveries at the
Hebrew U. and coordinating the
efforts of the development and
manufacturing departments of the
organization.
Dr. Steinman is a 1959 Flint
Science Fair winner and three-time
winner of the Michigan Science
Talent Search and other competi-
tions. He holds a doctorate in bio-
physics from the University of
California, where he worked under

Dr. Melvin C. Calvin, a Nobel prize
winner.

Many people advise others to
save money but few give advice
on bow to do it.

14—Friday, Octobei4, 1968

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Locust Plague Looms in Mid East

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
Israeli territory late this month.
to The Jewish News)
mainly the southern region. The
TEL AVIV — Israel has been

presence of Israeli forces in Sinai
will provide advance warning. The
locust plague this year is attribut-
ed by an entomologist to heavy
rains on the Arabian peninsula
that let the insects thrive and
Israel's weapons are a large sup- multiply.

alerted for an invasion, expected
toward the end of October, and
is preparing to repel it or at
least minimize its eff e c t s. The
enemy is the locust, a plague
that dates from biblical times, and

ply of insecticide and airplanes
especially equipped to spray them.
The alert was sounded in re-
ports from anti-locust research
centers in London, Europe and
Africa which indicate the worst
infestation of locusts in 16 years
threatening the Red Sea and Mid-
dle Eastern countries.
Swarms have already reached
some parts of the Sudan and Saudi
Arabia. They are expected to hit

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