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October 18, 1968 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-10-18

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20—Friday, October 18, 1968

Flint News


Eye Specialist Will Recall Experiences
in British Solomon Islands at BB Talk

Husbands and guests will join
the Bnai Brith Women of Flint 7
P.m. Tuesday in the community
room of Dort Mall. Ophthalmolo-
gist Dr. David VerLee will describe
his medical expedition to the Brit-
ish Solomon Islands in the South
Dr. VerLee recently returned
from a 21/2 month expedition as a
member of a 12-man medical and
anthropological team studying
primitive people on the islands and
evaluating the relationship between
culture and disease.
The study, sponsored by Harvard
University through a grant from
the National Institutes of Health,
consisted of examinations by an-
thropologists and physicians of dif-
ferent specialties, including inter-
nal medicine, dentistry, radiology,
pediatrics, physical anthropology
and ophthalmology.
This is the second such expedi-

Comings .. .
. . . Goings

Dr. Jack Stanzler is co-chairman
of the 16th annual Harvest Ball to
be sponsored by the Urban League
of Flint 10 p.m. Oct. 26 in the IMA
* * •
Louis Sill is in the cast of the
Thread Creek Theater production
of "A Streetcar Named Desire," to
be presented by the Grand Blanc
company 8:30 p.m. Nov. 1-2 and
6-9 at the Vern Parsell Buick deal-
ership in Grand Blanc.

Dr. Harry W. Weisberger has
been re-elected vice president of
the board of trustees of Flint Gen-
eral Hospital. Dr. Raymond V.
Failer was elected to a three-year
term on the board.

Bernard R. Isenberg, CPA, is
opening a branch of his firm, Sill-
man, Kleiman and Thal, in Flint.

Included in t the cast of Things
Theatrical's presentation of "Sud-
denly Last Summer" are Mrs. Ed-
win Schreiber and Mrs. Sidney
Kramer. Mrs. Schreiber has taught
creative dramatics for the Mott
Program. She and Mrs. Kramer
have been active in Cong. Beth
Israel and Hada ssah drama

tion in which Dr. VerLee partici-
pated. Following his residency
training in ophthalmology, he
spent two years in medical re-
search at the National Institutes
of Health in Bethesda, Md., and
while there in 1966, participated
in the first of three planned ex-
peditions to the Solomon Islands.
The third expedition is planned
for 1970.
Dr. VerLee, who lives in Grand
Blanc, was graduated from the
University of Michigan Medical
School, and received his residency
training in ophthalmology at the
University Hospital in Ann Arbor.
A coffee hour will follow the talk.
There will be no admission charge.

Supper, Art Show

as Hadassah Event

Ann Lebster Chapter of Hadas-
sah will present its 37th annual
donor, "An Evening With the
Arts" Nov. 10 at Cong. Beth Israel.
Proceeds will help support Hadas-
sah's medical center near Jerusa-
lem which contains hospital, re-
search facilities, outpatient clinics
and schools.
Hadassah's medical organization
also is supporting renovation of
the original Hadassah Hospital atop
Mt. Scopus, abandoned during the
20 years that the Arabs occupied
this region and now returned to its
Israeli owners. An ultra-modern
rehabilitation center is planned for
The event will include a cocktail
supper, musical program by Israeli
vocalist Ziggi Benor and a showing
and sale of art from Israel. The
collection includes oils, watercol-
ors, drawings, grahics and mo-
The art exhibit will be open to
the public 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Nov. 11.
Everyone from Flint and surrour_d-
ing areas is welcome. At 1 p.m.,
Flint interior designer Robert
Plourde will speak on "Painting as
a Decorative Form."

Grand Rapids
News Notes

The festival of Sukkot was cele
brated at Temple Emanuel with a
special family service and the con-
secration of kindergarteners and
new first graders Oct. 11.
* 3 3
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Subar will
open their home for the special
gifts dinner on behalf of the Jewish
Community Fund of Grand Rapids
Oct. 23. Milton K. Susman, editor
of the Pittsburgh Jewish Criterion,
will be guest speaker. Subar is
chairman of the Jewish Commu-
nity Fund.
Mrs. Abe Krissoff and Mrs.
Leonard Rosenzweig have textiles,
stitchery and batik represented in
the third biennial Michigan Artist
and Craftsmen Exhibition at the
Grand Rapids Art Museum.

Murray Moss, executive vice
president of the National Federa-
tion of Jewish Men's Clubs, Great
Lakes Region, will discuss the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America at a special meeting of
Toledo's Temple Bnai Israel
Men's Club, 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at
the temple.
Dr. Henry Burstein, chairman
of Bnai Israel's committee for the
Seminary, said a question-answer
period will follow Moss's talk.
Moss is president of Cong. Beth
Israel and a past president of
Beth Israel's Men's Club, as well
as past chairman of general soli-
citations for the Flint UJA cam-
paign and past chairman of the El Fatah Warns; Jordan
Flint Committee for State of May Curb Arab Terrorists
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
Israel Bonds.

to The Jewish News)

The Family of the Late


Announces the unveiling of
a monument in her me-
mory 2 p.m. Sunday,
Oct. 20, at Machpelah
Cemetery, Flin t. Rabbi
Millgram will officiate.
Relatives and friends are
asked to attend.

Communal Calendar


LONDON — The "Voice of El
Fatah," Cairo-based radio station
of the Arab terrorist organization,
broadcast a warning Monday that
the Jordanian army may move
against Arab commandos opera-
.ting against Israel from Jordanian
According to reports from Bei-
rut, the broadcast appealed to
Jordanian soldiers to remember
that El Fatah irregulars fought
side by side with them at Kara-
meh, Irbid and Salt, towns that
have come under Israeli attack in
recent months.

Oct. 19—JWVA Hayride, 9 p.m., at Beth Israel. Rabbi William
Greenebaum II and Rabbi Hillel
Sherwood Forest
20—Temple Beth El Adult Ed- Millgram will teach a weekly bible
class on "The Prophets" co-spon-
ucatien, 3 p.m.
21—City of Hope Board Meet- sored by the sisterhoods of the two
ing, 8:30 p.m., home of congregations.
Mrs. Marvin Steinberg
Beth Israel Sisterhood announces
22—Joint Sisterhood Bible
Study GrOup, 9:30 a.m., a bus trip to the Masada exhibit at
the Detroit Institute of Arts Oct.
Cong. Beth Israel
Bnai Brith Women Meet- 30. The bus will leave 12:30 p.m.
from Beth Israel and will return
ing, 8 p.m., Dort Mall
Joint Beth El-Beth Israel about 5 p.m. The cost covers trans-
Education, 8 p.m. Temple portation, admission to the display
and refreshments. For reservations,
Beth El
call Mrs. Edward (Phyllis) Powers,
23—City of Hope Fashion
Show, 12:30 p.m. Temple 732-7876, by Oct. 25. Husbands are
encouraged to attend. If enough
Beth El
couples are interested, alternate
24—Council Board of Gover-
nors Meeting, 8:30 p.m., plans may include dinner in De-
Cong. Beth Israel
* 3
26—Temple Beth El Sister-
Bnai Brith Chapter and Lodge
hood, 3 p.m.
Bnai Brith Games Party, will hold a games night 8:30 p.m.
8:30 p.m. Town and Coun- Oct. 26 at The Attic in Town and
Country Lanes. There will be
try Lanes "Attic"
* * •
prizes, and breakfast will be served.
Yetta Shapiro Chapter, City of Transportation for senior citizens
Hope, will present its annual fash- will be provided by the lodge and
ion show, "The Jet Setters" 12:30 chapter. For tickets or information,
p.m. Wednesday at Temple Beth call Sybil Goldberg, 238-5167; Lee
El. Fashions will be modeled by Karsch, 694-5113; or Jackie Schoen-
Mesdames Milton Warren, Alfred brun, 743-8894.
Klein, David Huggler, Michael Wit-
tenberg, Murray Rulney, Douglas
Johnson, Louis Kasle, Norman
Lewis, Eli Shapiro, Harold Mallon,
Ira Marder, Gerald Brown and Leo
Seide, coordinator. Luncheon chair-
At the Community Relations
man Mrs. Ben Bayer is assisted by Committee meeting Oct. 10, the re-
Mesdames Gerald Minarik, port of President Johnson's deci-
Huggler, Walter Welsby, Marvin sion to negotiate with Israel for the
Heidenrich, Jack Berck, Witten- sale of Phantom jets was met with
berg, Donald R. Freeman, Edward jubilation. Two weeks ago the
Shapiro and Jerome Ross. Mrs. Executive Committee had initiated
Barney Richards will be organist. a telegram campaign urging this
* 3 •
action. In two days, Flint residents
Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary had sent more than 300 wires to
will present a Hebrew Hootennany Washington.
at Sherwood Forest 9 p.m. Satur-
Representatives of the local
day. Following the hayride, a light COMPACT unit met with the Com-
supper will be served. For details. munity Relations Committee to out-
call Mrs. Gordon Suber, 787-7147. line areas in which volunteers
could most effectively be used to
Temple Beth El adult education aid in Flint's urban crisis. The
series will feature Dr. Jason Tick- committee has formed a special
ton, professor of music at Wayne , subcommittee to study the possi-
State University and director of bility of using COMPACT's volun-
music at Detroit's Temple Beth El, teer form, or other forms used by
in an illustrated lecture on Jewish the community relations committee
music 3 p.m. Sunday.
in similar efforts. These forms will
be presented at the next CRC
Beth El-Beth Israel Bible study meeting Nov. 11 at Temple Beth
group will begin 9:30 a.m. Tuesday El.



Boris Smolar's

'Between You
. and Me'

(Copyright 1968, JTA Inc.)

UJA INNOVATION: Something new is 'being added by the United
Jewish Appeal in planning its 1969 campaign. It is something which
aims to close the communication gap between American Jewry
Israel and to present to the Jews in this country, with full force, the
dangers now faced by Israel.
Many American Jews are under the false impression that the
situation in Israel is no longer as serious as it was on the eve of the
Six-Day War. The contrary is true. No one can predict when a new
Arab war against Israel may break out, but the atmosphere in Israel
is now full of nervous tension in view of increased Arab terrorism and
constant war threats by Arab rulers. Soviet incitement against Israel
adds no little to the restiveness.
To bring the present serious picture in Israel to the full attention
of American Jewry and to make American Jews aware of the fact
that Israel is still facing an emergency situation, the UJA is planning
a number of weekly shuttle flights between the U.S. and Israel, with
one plane or more leaving every Sunday with lay leaders from various
communities, as well as with executive directors of these communi-
ties. These special flights will be maintained for a number of weeks.
The stay in Israel for the participants will be only one week but
it will be a crowded one. From the moment of landing until the hour
of departure, the participants will be busy seeing things, listening to
briefings of top Israeli leaders — including military leaders — and
traveling through parts of the country they have never seen before.
All this will provide them with the information they will convey with
conviction during the 1969 UJA campaign in their communities.
It is anticipated that about 2,000 lay leaders from all parts of the
U.S. will join the "weekly special" flights of the UJA. The special
planes which will pick them up in New York on Sundays will bring
them back to New York the following Sunday and pick up another
group for the next flight on the same day. Fare and hotel accommo-
dations will, of course, be paid by each participant but the cost will
be minimal, under a special UJA arrangement. For technical reasons,
the flights will be limited to "men only." However, there may be one
flight with the participants being "women only."
The UJA will conduct its 1969 campaign under the slogan "Israel
Must Live." The emphasis will be laid upon the fact that while the
Arabs can afford to lose a war and still remain on their land, for
Israel to lose the war would mean liquidation of the Jewish State and
annihilation of its people.

Martin Gordon, 62,
Flint Executive

Martin H. Gordon, president of
the Flint Sterilized Products Co.,
died Oct. 6 at age 62.
Mr. Gordon, 1831 Hampden, had
been a Flint resident for the past
40 years. He was a native of De-
He was a past president of the
Flint General Hospital board of
trustees, Temple Beth El and Bnai
Brith Lodge.
Mr. Gordon also was a mem-
ber of Elks Lodge and was a past
director of the National Associa-
tion of Wiping Cloth Manufac-
He joined the sales department
of Flint Sterilized Products in 1925.
He leaves his wife, Blanche;
two daughters, Judith and Nancy,
both of New York City; a son,
Harvey; his mother, Mrs. Bessie
Gordon of Detroit; four sisters,
Mrs. Kurt Leiventhal of Cincinnati,
Mrs. William Oppenheim of Jack-
son, Miss., and Ruth and Bell, both
of Detroit.

Bnot Mitzva I

Shelly Linder, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Max Linder, will be call
ed to the Tora as a Bat Mitzvah
Oct. 26 at Cong. Beth Israel.


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