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April 15, 1977 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-04-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Dr. Paper to D eliver Lectures

Flint Area News

Dr. Herbert H. Paper, Dr. Paper was educated at
professor of linguistics at Yeshi
va University and the
the UniverSity of Mirhigan, Universit of Colorado
will deliver a series of where. he earned a BA de-
Wednesday night lectures gree. He attended the Uni-
Lebster Hadassah
at Cong. Beth Israel begin- versity of California at ,. - Ann Lebster Chapter, Ha-
'- ning 8 p.m. Wednesday in Berkley and the Univer- dassah, will meet 12:30
the synagogue. Future lec- sity of Chicago where he p.m. Wednesday in Temple
tures will be held May 4, 11 earned MA and PhD degr- Beth El. Luncheon will be
and 18.
ees. He studied at U-M served.
Wednesday's topic will be under grants from the
Rabbi William Rudolph,
"Russian Yiddish Poets," American Council of director of the Hillel Foun-
and the theme for the rest Learned Societies.
dation on the University of
of the series will be "Non-
Michigan campus, will
Ashkenazic Jewish Commu-
Dr. Paper was appointed speak on "Arab Propagan-
nities."
instructor at. U-M in 1952 da on Our College Campus-
There is a charge for the and
professor. in es."
ser' . To register, call the 1953 assistant
in. the l.Near Eastern
A babysitter will be avail-
F Jewish Community Studies 'Department. He able,
and luncheon Will be
Co
1 office, 767-5922. The was promoted to associate served
to the children.
adult education series is professor, n 1957 and to pro- ,
The
women
will sponsor a
sponsored by the Jewish fessor in 1962. In 1963 he , gift-wrapping
booth for
IF Education Commission of was
appointed chairman .of: Mother's Day, May 5-8 at
\
the FJCC.
the department of linguis-
A native of Baltimore, tics.

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Flint Jewish Community
Council's men's basketball
team won the championShip
trophy in the post-season in-
vitational tournament.
The team, coached by
Carl Rittman, includes Jon
Pines, Bob Kalmar, Mike
Pines, Rob Hurand, Max
Engelman and Barry Wax.
Jon Pines was named most
valuable player, ansi Wax
earned the sportsmanship
award.
The junior boys defeated
the second place team in
their final game. Coached
by Rittman, the junior boys
team includes Alan Himel-
hoch, Julian Lis, Nick Ma-
nych, Mike Griffin, Scott
Kronick, Gregg Lebster and
Lorne Lebster. Mike Griffin
was named most valuable
player and Alan Himelhoch
won the sportsmanship
award. •

Flint
Obituaries

Rebecca Lande

Rebecca Lande, a retired
bookkeeper, died April 6 at
age 66.
Born in Ft. Wayne, Ind.,
Mrs. Lande lived 61 years
in Flint. She retired as book-
keeper for Allsports in 1975.
She was a member of Cong.
Beth Israel. She resided at
809 S. Ballenger.
She is survived by four
sisters, Mrs. Ada L. Share,
Mrs. Charles (Anne) Weins-
tein, Mrs. Philip (Sara) Ste-
koll of Oklahoma and Mrs.
Bernard J. (Marian) Frank-
enstein of Indiana; and
nieces and nephews.

Will Have Luncheon

the Genesee Valley Mall
and Eastland Mall, To vol-
unteer, call Shirley Gold-
enberg, 732-4123.

Beth Israel Women
to Hold Art Auction

Cong. Beth Israel Sister-
hood will have its annual
art auction 7:30 p.m. April
24 in the synagogue. Pre-
view with refreshments will
be held at 6:30.
Overall co-chairmen are
Carol Cole and Judy Kasle.
Assisting, them are Dorothy
Failer, Barbara Schafer
and Eileen Brenner, food;
Shelly -B.iesman, in-
vitations; and Laurie
Suber.
TicketS- may be pur-
chased in advance from the,
chairmen or at the door.

It is well to swim with one
foot on the ground.

Flint People
Make News

PORTRAITS

Michael Melet has been
appointed a member of the
Citizens District Council of
the General Neighborhood
Renewal Project.
The Flint Southwestern
Jazz Combo got the top rat-
ing in the State Solo and En-
semble Festival. The
combo includes Matt Aaron-
son, trombone; and Karen
Golden, baritone sax.

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Keren Or to Meet

Keren Or Group, Hadas-
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Tuesday in the home of
Emily Bank, 1224 Rocky
Ridge Trail.. Officers will
be elected. Games will fol-
low. Guests are welcome.

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JEWELRY BOUTIQUE

COMMUNITY
CALENDAR

Saturday—Flint Area
Temple Youth progressive
dinner and Havdala serv- -
ice, .6 p.m. /
Sunday—Bnai Brith fa-
ther-daughter-son break-
fast, 8 a.m., Cong. Beth Is-
rael.
MondaT—Temple. Beth El
Board of Education meet-
ing, 8 p.m., temple.
Tuesday—Bnai Brith Ex-
ecutive Board meeting, 8
p.m., River Valley club
house.
Wednesdiy—Flint Jewish
Community Council adult
education class, 8 p.m.,
Cong. Beth Israel.
Thursday—FJCC Execu-
tive Committee meeting.
Friday—Flint Area
Temple Youth Inter-Faith
service, 7:30 p.m., Temple
Beth El.

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Martha Goldman, a mem-
ber of Jewish women's and
communal organizations,
died April 6 at age 67.
Born in Dayton, Ohio,
Mrs. Goldman lived 40
years in Flint. She Was a
member of Temple Beth El
and its sisterhood, Ann Leb-
ster Chapter of Hadassah,
Planned Parenthood, Red
Cross and the Flint In-
stitute of Arts. She resided
at G-3100 Miller Rd.
She is survived by a son,
Michael; a daughter, Greer
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brother, Abe Ziskin of Day-
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