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February 25, 1977 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-02-25

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Friday, February

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

U-M Prof Reinharz to Deliver
First Adult Education Lecture

Dr. Jehuda Reinharz,
associate professor of his-
tory at the University of
Michigan, will deliver the
first lecture in the third
annual adult education
course offered by the
Jewish Education Com --
mission of the Flint
Jewish Community
Council at 8 p.m. Wednes-
day in Temple Beth El.
Dr. Reinharz will_ speak
on "The Destruction of
European Jewry (1933-
1945), Its Causes and Ef-
fect."
- The second session, be-
ming April 20, will fea-
ture Dr. Herbert Paper,
professor of linguistics,
University of Michigan.
Natalie Pelavin is coor-
dinator of the adult edu-
cation course.
He was chosen by the
faculty of the Jewish
Theological Seminary to
teach in the experimental

program of the Melton
Research Center in Col-
umbus, Ohio, between
1965 and 1966.
Dr. Reinharz has taught
in Hebrew schools, He-
brew College in Brook-
line, Mass.; Boston Uni-
versity; Brandeis Univer-
sity and Clark University
before joining the faculty
of the University of Michi-
gan as an assistant profes-
sor in the Department of
History in 1972.
He is a member of pro-
fessional and community
organizations and has
written many articles for
various professional pub-
lications.
He is an editor of pro-
fessional reviews and de-
livered papers on Jewish
history and nationalism.
Anyone interested in
enrolling may call the
Council office, 767-5922.
There is a charge.

Newsman Schoenbrun to Speak
at Flint Men's Unit UJA Dinner

David Schoenbrun, cor-
respondent, author and
news analyst, will speak
at a major gifts dinner of
the 1977 Flint United
Jewish Appeal 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday in the home of
Edward Osher, 5501
Sugar Bush Ln., it was
announced by Malcolm
Isaacs, general chair-
man.
Schoenbrun has won
major awards in every
medium of communica-
tions. He began his pro-
fessional career as a
teacher of Romance lan-
guages in New York and
later became a free-lance
writer on foreign affairs.
At the outbreak of
World War II, he entered
the Army intelligence
service at Eisenhower's
headquarters in Algiers
from 1943 to 44. He went
into France in the south-
ern invasion as a combat
correspondent assigned
to the First French Army
and was awarded two of
the highest decorations of
the French government,
the Legion of Honor and
the Croix de Guerre.
After the war -he was ap-

DAVID SCHOENBRUN

pointed Paris corre-
spondent for CBS News.
He reported the outbreak
of Jewish resistance to the
British in 1946 and then
the birth of the state of Is-
rael and war of 1948.
In 1961, Schoenbrun
was appointed chief cor-
respondent for CBS in
Washington, where he
reported on the Kennedy
years. In 1964, he re-
signed from CBS to de-
vote more time to writing.
For reservations, call
the Council office, 767-
5922.

the cargoes are carried in
foreign ships, the canal
has virtually been taken
off shippers' maps here.

Purim Carnival Set

Only five Israeli car-
goes have made the pas-
sage since the conclusion
of the interim agreement
with Egypt in September
1975.
"For us the Suez
doesn't exist," the secre-
tary of the Shippers
Council, Arye Mehulal,
said.

Cong. Beth Israel will
hold its annual Purim
carnival 12:30 p.m. Sun-
day in the synagogue. A
hot dog lunch will be
available. The carnival
also will feature games.

Mehulal noted that im-
porters and exporters
"are quite satisfied with
the Eilat Port facilities,
and have no reason to
look for ships going
through the canal."

Physican Is Named

Dr. Irwin S. Finkelstein
f Birmingham has been
gappointed head of clinical
and medical services of
the Genesee County
Community Mental
Health Services.

COMMUNITY

CALENDAR

Monday — Cong. Beth
Israel Sisterhood board
meeting, 12:30 p.m., Cong.
Beth Israel; Temple Beth
El board meeting, 8 p.m.,
temple.
Tuesday' — Temple
Beth El Sisterhood board
meeting, noon, temple.
Thursday — JWVA
board meeting.
Friday — Shabat Shar-
ing, 8 p.m., Temple Beth
El.
Saturday — Temple
Beth El Sisterhood din-
ners.

Flint Bnai Brith
Lodge Will Meet

Shippers Are Ignoring Suez

HAIFA — More than a
year after Israel gained
the right for Israeli car-
goes to pass through the
Suez Canal, provided that

The Women's Division
of the 1977 Flint United
Jewish Appeal campaign
will host a luncheon and
lecture noon Thursday in
the home of Barbara
Schafer, 1089
Springborrow.
The program will fea-
ture Dr. B. Z. Sobel, dean
of the faculty of social
services and associate
professor of sociology at
the University of Haifa.
Anne Osher and Sarah
Osher are co-chairmen of
the Women's Division.
Mrs. Schafer is associate
chairman with Zena
Moss. Florence Epstein
and Blanche Gordon are
immediate past chain:
men.
Prof. Sobel was born
and educated in New York
City. After receiving his

Flint Lodge of Bnai
Brith will meet 8 p.m.
Tuesday at Howard
Johnson's East.
Guest speaker will be
Rabbi Daniel Allen of the
Hillel House in East
Lansing. He will be ac-
companied by Michigan
State University stu-
dents who visit/the facil-
ity. Topic of discussion
will be the completion of
the Hillel House funding
program, initiated by the
Flint Lodge.

FLEA MARKETS

search, he was an instruc-
tor of sociology at Miami
University and joined the
faculty of Brandeis Uni-
versity. He left Brandeis
in 1969 to assume his pre-
sent post.
He has submitted arti-
cles to professional and
general journals.
For reservations, call
the Council office, 767-
5922.

Roma Halls 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
FREE Admission

Every Wednesday
Bloomfield Hills
Telegraph-N. Sq. Lk. Rd.

Every Thursday
East Detroit
Gratiot S. of 10 Mile

Schaupeter Promotions

338-7544

DR. B. Z. SOBEL
PhD degree from the New

School for Social Re-

On FLEXALUM

Reception Planned
for Flint Newcomers

Slim Line sucy Vertical
Blinds
Blinds

WOVEN WOODS — DRAPES — SHADES

A get-acquainted re-
ception for Flint area
newcomers will beheld at
8:30 p.m. March 5 in the
home of Mr. and Mrs.
Alan Thomson, 452
Thomas Ln., Grand
Blanc.
The reception is spon-
sored by the hospitality
committee of the Flint
Jewish Community
Council. Presidents of
constituent organiza-
tions and their spouses
are invited.
Millie Gutterman is
chairman. Her committee
includes Carol Benison,
Rose Elk, Carol Hurand,
Charlotte Kasle, Judy
Kasle, Marilyn Megdell,
Irma Thomson, Florence
Tucker, Jennifer Walters
and Rosabeth Schupack.

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NGRATULATIONS!

Nominees Sought
by Women's Group

Elaine Pier, president
of Keren Or Group,
Hadassah, announces
that nominations for the
Keren Or executive board
for 1977-78 are being
taken through March 31,
and are to be made only
with the consent of the
person nominated.
Nominations may be
mailed to Sharon stein,
1150 River Valley, Flint,
48504. The talent auction
will take place March 31.

Matzo Fund Drive
Will Begin Sunday

The annual kick-off
breakfast for the 1977
matza fund drive will be
held 8:30 p.m. Sunday at
Cong. Beth Israel.
Hosting the breakfast
will be Israel Schneider,
Joseph Schiller, Brian
and Scott Colish and
Meyer Nover. Chairman
of this year's drive is
Barney Sherman.

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Flint UJA Women's Division Plans Lecture, Luncheon

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and Ohio.

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