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August 17, 1973 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-08-17

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THE DETROIT EVASH HEWS Friday, August 17, 1973-15

ORT Plans Tea for 1st Meeting

Mrs. Arthur Hurand will
open her home at 1515 Lin-
wood for a tea and open
meeting of Flint Chapter
ORT 1 p.m. Tuesday. Mem-
bers are asked to bring
prospective members.

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The program will include
Richard S. Heitzner, direc-
tor of college relations for
Mott Community College,
speaking on "The Miracle of
Education Via ORT."
ORT (Organization for Re-
habilitation Through Train-
ing) operates a network of
vocational training schools
throughout the world.
Mrs.
Richard Benison,
membership chairman, and
her committee are coor-
dinating efforts to give every
woman in the Flint area the
opportunity to learn about
ORT. All are invited. For
transportation, call Carole
Benison, 233-0906.

Donors to Lebster Fund Sought

Expansion of the work and
scope of the Anne Lebster
Memorial Fund is sought by
the committee that directs
the Flint communal philan-
thropy, chaired by Marcus
Lebster.
"We of the Lebster fam-
ily," he explained, "believe
that a great deal more can
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sters from Cong. Beth Israel
and Temple Beth El. This
past year was the first that
the fund made available to
Council the sum of $600 to
supplement Israel trips for
teen-agers. Lebster said, "It
is hoped that a like gift can
be given each year without
drawing upon all the re-
sources of the fund."
Donations to the fund can
be sent to Mrs. Ronald Gold-
stein, 3901 Park Forest,
Flint. She is a granddaughter
of the late Mrs. Lebster.
Administrators of the fund
are the rabbis and presidents
of Beth Israel and Beth El,
chairman of the religious
education commission, presi-
dent of Beth Israel Sister-
hood and two members of
the family.

Israelis Deny Jet
Shot Down by Egypt

LATE ANNE LEBSTER

with the resources of the
fund, such as the funding of
trips to Israel for teens."
Established in 1965 by the
late Louis Lebster in mem-
ory of his wife, the fund be-
gan with donations from him
and from members of Cong.
Beth Israel.
Its purpose was to promote
Jewish education and culture
among youth of the commu-
nity and to expand educa-
tional resources.
In the past, the fund has
awarded books and medals
for scholastic achievement
and camperships for young-

Comings ...
and
• • • Goings

TEL AVIV (JTA) — An
Israel army spokesman de-
nied a report by an Egyptian
army spokesman regarding
an aerial dogfight over the
Gulf of Suez and the Egyp-
tian claim that one of the
Israeli planes was hit.
The Egyptians claimed
that their jets intercepted a
flight of six Israeli planes
penetrating Egyptian air-
space.
The Israeli spokesman said
that at the time mentioned
by the Egyptians-2:40 p.m.
local time — there were Is-
raeli planes over the Gulf of
Suez near the border line.
However, all Israeli planes
returned safely to their base.
This was the first incident
since June 28 when Egyp-
tians claimed to have down-
ed an Israeli Phantom.
Israel at that time also
denied any downing of its
planes.

effects of the war on UJA-
supported immigrant absorp-
tion and rehabilitation pro-
grams.

Who Leads Jewish Community?

Malcolm Isaacs, new
elected treasurer of the Flint
Jewish Community Council,
is a native of Sunderland,
England, who came to the
U. S. in 1949 and to Flint in
1951.
As a member of the young
leadership committee, Isaacs,
with his wife Ilene, partici-
pated in a mission to Israel

in 1970. He has served Coun-
cil as youth activities co-
chairman, and it was under
his leadership that the Flint
Jewish Youth Center was
established.

Isaacs has been a cam-
paign worker for the United
Jewish Appeal and key cam-
paign gifts co-chairman for
the UJA.

Mr. and Mrs. Isaacs and
their daughters Pamela,
Mimi and Viki are members
of Cong. Beth Israel, where
Isaacs has served as finan-
cial secretary. He is as-
sistant manager, of Peerless
Furniture and past president
of the Clio Chamber of Com-
merce.

Lillian Kaufman, Teacher, 57

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The executive vice chair-
man of the United Jewish
Appeal, Irving Bernstein,
will be guest speaker at the
Flint Jewish Community
Council's annual dinner 6:30
p.m. Sept. 23 at Cong. Beth
Israel.
Bernstein has been the ex-
ecutive head of the United
Jewish Appeal since 1969.
Before assuming his present
post, he served as assistant
executive vice chairman for
eight years.
He has led survey missions
to Iran, France and Ger-
many. Bernstein also has
been a member of all UJA
annual study conferences in
Israel for the past 12 years.
He was one of a four-mem-
ber leadership team sent to
Israel immediately after the
cessation of hostilities of the
Six-Day War to survey the

Alfred C. Raphelson, psy-
chology department chair-
man at the University of
Michigan — Flint, has been
MALCOLM ISAACS
elected to an academic af-
fairs committee at the Ann
Arbor campus. The commit- Aug. 21—ORT Open Board
a n d Membership
tee is part of the U. of M.
Tea, 1 p.m., at home
Senate Assembly, comprised
Lillian Kaufman of Owosso.
of Mrs. Arthur Hu- a teacher in Flint and
of 65 members representing
rand, 1515 Linwood. Owosso high schools for 16
each school and college.
years, died Aug. 5 at age 57.
Burial took place at Mach-
pelah Cemetery.

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Mrs. Kaufman was born in
Flint, the daughter of Meyer
and Sarah (Kapoustin) Vina-
cow, and she had been a
local resident until 1943,
when she moved to Owosso.

A graduate of Flint Central
High School and the Univer-
sity of Michigan, Mrs. Kauf-
man was a member of Cong.
Beth Israel. She was past
matron of Abigail Chapter of

Owosso, Order of the Eastern
Star, past president of
Owosso Women's Club and
Zonta International and guar-
dian of Bethel No. 2 Jobs'
Daughters. She also belonged
to Owosso Educational As-
sociation and Michigan Edu-
cation Association and was
past president of American
Association of University
Women.
Survivors include her hus-
band, Milton; mother, Mrs.
Sarah Vinacow of Flint; a
daughter, Mrs. Kalman
(Mariam) Goren of Detroit;
and a brother, Arthur Vina-
cow of Flint.

Community to Hear From Travelers

Plans for greeting the Flint
teen-agers who are returning
after a summer in Israel
were announced by Mrs.
Milton Siegel, co-chairman
of the Flint Jewish Commu-
nity Council commission on
Jewish education.
These teen-agers, who re-
ceived partial travel scholar-
ships from the commission,
will describe their trip at the
board of governors meeting
8 p.m. Aug. 30 at Temple
Beth El.
The teens also will be
honored at the Community
Council's annual dinner Sept.
23.

Mrs. Siegel said the com-
mission already is working
on classes for teens who will
be going to Israel in summer
1974. Selection for scholar-
ship grants has not yet been
made but will be done before
the start of the school year.

In reviewing scholarship
applications for next year,
Mrs. Siegel said she was
`very glad to see how many
teen-agers are interested in-
the trip" and added that the
commission's goal is to see
that as many teen-agers who
want to go to Israel have the
opportunity to do so.

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