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June 20, 1969 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-06-20

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Flint

Comings ...
and
... Goings

Dr. and Mrs. S. R. Michael and
family are moving to Madison.
Wis., where Dr. Michael will serve
as assistant clinical professor of
medicine. He will join the Univer-
sity of Wisconsin Health Service,
July 1.
• • •

Dr. • and Mrs. Roger Greenberg
will be making their new home in
San Francisco. Dr. Greenberg. son
of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Greenberg,
will be associated with a group of
plastic surgeons specializing in
cosmetic and reconstruction work
• * •
Hy Bergman. executive directo"
of the Flint Jewish Community
Council and a major in the Air
Force Reserve, is serving 15 days
at Selfridge Air Force Base. He is
management analysis officer for
the 927th Combat Support Squadron
of the 403rd Tactical Air Lift Wing.

• • •

News

Rabbi Lehrman
:;Gets DD Degree

They Made

The Grade

Flint residents receiving bache-
lors degrees from Michigan State
University include Jack I. Adler,
Lawrence Biller, Bruce Blum, Mel-
vin Fineberg and Sharon Kleiner.

The following Flint high school
seniors have graduated with high
distinction: Southwestern High —
Michael Leavitt and Bruce Osher:
Central High — Robert Caplan, Nan-
cy B. Rubenstein and Annette S.
Weston: and Northern High — Larry
E. Fink. Others recognized for aca-
demic achievement by awards and
scholarships are: Northern — Alan

I. Saltiel: Northwestern—Liccy C.
Shapiro and Randy A. Sills: and
Sotuhwestern—llene Benson.

Community

('

alendar

June 24—Ilaclassah Study Group
Dinner. home of Mrs. Joe

Weinstein.

Dr. J. E. Portney has been re-
— Willowood Ladies Opening
appointed secretary of the medical
Luncheon. 12:30 p.m.
staff at St. Joseph Hospital. No)...
—Bnai Brith Board Meeting.
department heads include Dr. R. B.
8:30 p.m.
Michelson. general practice: and
25:–City of Hope Victory
Dr. Maurice Taylor, oral surgery.
Luncheon. 12:30 p.m.,
• • •
Cromer's
30 — First Session of Camp
The State Board of Law Examin-
Maccahee
ers announced that A. Richard
Benison. 308 Sheffield, passed the
Willowood Country Club will hold
Michigan Bar Examination. He is
employed by the Genesee County its opening guest luncheon 12:30
Legal Millhileciety.
p:m. Tuesday. Mrs. Edward Joseph
will present a musical program.
• • •
assisted by Mrs. Eli Bernstein at
At the annual recognition lunch
eon of Central High School Health the piano. Mrs. Arnold Hartz and
CountiL Dr. Richard Michelson Mrs. Harry J. Mills are co-chair-
was -re-elected chairman for the men. Deadline for reservations is
third year. Awards were presented Sunday. For reservations, call
to the following workers: Mes- Willowood.
dames Dave Caplan. Arthur Hu-
Ann Lebster Chapter, will hold
rand. Richard Michelson and Louis
its last study group session for the
Hurwitz.
season at a cooperative dinner 6:30
• • •
Jos
Mr. Louis Hurwitz has been elect- p.m. Tuesday hosted by Mrs.
ed chairman of the Genesee Mental eph Weinstein at her home on El-
dorado Dr. Chairman is Mrs. Ar-
Health Society.
thur Silverman.
• • •
• • •
Sgt. Gary A. Rotenberg (son of
Yetta Shapiro Chapter, City of
Mrs. Faye Rotenberg) and his wife. Hope, will see incoming officers in-
Maxine (daughter of Mr. and Mrs. stalled at the victory luncheon
Jacob Wapner) have returned 12:30 p.m. Wednesday at Cromer's.
home after his honorable discharge Installing officer will be City of
from the Air Force. Sgt. Roten- Hope Regional Director Sol Balti-
berg, who spent four years in the more. For reservations, call Mrs_
Air Force, one of them in Vietnam:, Robert White. New officers are:
will be entering Eastern Michigan president, Mrs. Morris Bikoff:
University this fall.
vice presidents, Mesdames Ben

Tiredding

LEVINE-SILVER: S. Joseph Le-
vine married Roberta Ann Silver.
daughter of Mrs. William Fein-
stein of Clement St. and the late
Phillip S. Silver, in a ceremony at
Cong. Beth Israel. His parents are
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Levine of
Riverside, Conn. The bride wore a
gown of silk organza and Venise
lace and carried a bouquet of lilies
of the valley and carnations. After
a northern trip, they will reside at
Haslett.

Monument at Machpela
Commemorates Martyrs

Eighteen plexiglas columns, de-
signed as a monument to the Jew-
ish martyrs were dedicated last
week in Machpela Cemetery, Flint.
Set in three rows of six columns

in a cement slab, the monu-
ment is on the highest ground in
the cemetery. New York artist Mon
Levinson built the structure, which
was paid for by the perpetual care
fund of the cemetery.

Hospital Orients Students THE DETROIT JZWISH HEWS

LOS ANGELES (JTA)—A record
105 students will receive instruc-
tion in a variety of medical pro-
grams this summer at the Cedars-
Sinai Medical Center in the second
year of a program for career
development and medical research
which begins this month.
The students receive instruction
in the technical sciences, medical
sciences, hospital management,
nursing and other medical center
activities.

SAVINGS

Dr. Louis Finkelstein (left),

chancellor of the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary of America,
presented the honorary degree
of doctor of divinity to Rabbi
Moses Lehrman, of Cong. Bnai
Moshe. Rabbi Lehrman, a semi-
nary alumnus, has served 21
years and was granted life ten-
ure in 1963. The degree was
granted to Dr. Lehrman at the
seminary's 75th commencement
exereses June 8 at the Park
Avenue Synagogue in New York
City. Also honored at the com-
mencement was Hazzan Louis
Klein, cantor at Bnai Moshe,
who was installed as an honor-
ary fellow of the Seminary's fel-
low at the Seminary's Cantors
Institute.

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Bayer. Edward Shapiro and Jerome
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Elk: treasurer, Mrs. Richard Beni-
son: and tribute chairman, Mrs.
Irvin Shapiro.
• • •
Jewish War Veterans, Flint Aux-

iliary, won the historian trophy for
the third time at the department of
Michigan convention in Detroit
June 6-8. The winning book goes to
the national convention in Califor-
nia. Attending were Mesdames Ira
Scho, Jerome Yale, Frank Alexan-
der and Martin Cohen. Herman and
Martin Cohen also were present.

Go!

Frank Garland, 79

Frank Garland, owner and opera-
: for of Garland's grocery store on
Asylum St. for several years, died
June 9 at age 79.
Mr. Garland, 1021 W. Second.
was born in Rizhen, Russia, and
had lived in Flint for the last 40
years. He was a member of Cong.
Beth Israel, veteran of World I and
a member of the Jewish War Vet-
erans.
Surviving are two stepsons, Max
Gershinzon and Harry Gershen of
Cleveland.

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Births
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To Mr. and Mrs. Murray Rulney, time as when he submitted to learn
—William Blake.
■ of the crow.
a son, Jason Max.

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