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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-08-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

52 Friday, August 6, 1982

Kosher Product Laws in N.Y

NEW YORK (JTA) — A
number of measures to
strengthen legal safeguards
in New York state for pur-
chasers of kosher products
— including what was de-
scribed as a landmark re-
quirement for registration
of kosher delicatessens for
the first time — have been
signed into laws by Gov.
Hugh Carey.

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The new laws also deal
with meat and with poultry
and pareve products.
There are more than 200
kosher delicatessens in New
York state. Under a law
signed July 21, which will
take effect Sept. 1, operators
and owners of the delicates-
sens will be required to reg-
ister the name of the indi-
vidual who provides the
rabbinical supervision
which assures that the deli-
catessen is kosher.
The law also will re-
quire registration of the
name of the endorsing
rabbi at slaughterhouses.
Another bill, which will
become law Dec. 1, requires
the dating of kosher poultry
which has not been eviscer-
ated, soaked and salted im-
mediately after ritual
slaughter.

He that would govern
others, first should be the
master of himself.
— Philip Massinger

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Flint News

Dr. Eichner Will Direct
Combined Religious School

Dr. Margaret Silverman
Eichner has been appointed
the first educational direc-
tor of the Ivriah, combined
religious school of the Tem-
ple Beth El and Cong. Beth
Israel, which opens in Sep-
tember.
An Ivriah orientation for
parents, students and
teachers will be held at
Temple Beth El Sept. 7, be-
ginning with a 6 p.m. pot-
luck dinner.
Dr. Eichner has a PhD
degree from the University
of Michigan. Her doctoral
disertation was written on
Holocaust education. She
has written and developed
curriculum materials for
public and private schools
on Holocaust education.
She has also written
and developed a slide-
tape presentation for the
Anti-Defamation League
of Bnai Brith and has
written numerous arti-

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Flint People
Make News

Maxine Kronick and
Pat Fauer, president of the
Michigan Region of Hadas-
sah, were honored in legis-
lative resolutions sponsored
by State Sen. Harold Scott.

Brad Wolin will become
Bar Mitzva 8 p.m. Aug. 13
at Flint's Temple Beth El.

Award Winners

The Flint Jewish Federa-
tion's softball team won the
sportsmanship award in the
Flint YMCA Inter-Church
Athletic Association
League.

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tions.
She holds a master's de-
gree from the U-M after re-
ceiving a bachelor's degree
from Wayne State Univer-
sity.
Dr. Eichner serves, or has
served as a member of
numerous boards and com-
mittees, including the
Regional Board of the
Anti-Defamation League of
Bnai Brith, the Hillel Day
School, Cong. Bnai Moshe
and the Holocaust sub-
committee of the Detroit
Jewish Community Coun-
cil.
Peter Gluck is chairman
of the combined Ivriah
board. Other board mem-
bers are: Barry Brin, Rita
Vater Darnton, Jan Eis-
man, Jerry Mathews,-
Leonard Meizlish, Natalie
Pelavin, Phyllis Powers,
Ilene Segar, Elizabeth
Schreiber, Rabbi Gerald
Schuster, Leonard Shulman
and Gail Silverman.

The Detroit Free Press on
Sunday published in its
front-page "Q" column a
telephone interview with
Rep. David Bonior (D-Mt.
Clemens) following his re-
cent visit to Israel and
Lebanon along with Rep.
Paul McCloskey (R-Calif.)
and others.
Bonior, who described
himself as a strong Con-
gressional supporter of Is-
rael, was highly critical of
Israel in his telephone
interview from Cyprus.
Bonior called the Israeli
invasion of Lebanon "a
tragedy of high propor-
tions"; stated, contrary to
recent reports, that destruc-
tion in Lebanon was wide-
spread; and claimed he
found no Lebanese who
were happy that Israel was
driving the PLO out of
Lebanon.

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LONDON (JTA)
Shlomo Argov, Israel's•Am-
bassador to Britian, will
soon be flown back to Israel
to continue his recovery
from the assassination at-
tempt on him eight weeks
ago.
Last month, the National
Hospital for Nervous Dis-
eases said Argov had only a
one in 10 chance of surviv-
ing the brain damage suf-
fered when an Arab ter-
rorist shot him June 3.
For the first six weeks in
the hospital, the 53-year-old
envoy was unconscious and
linked to a breathing
machine. He is now speak-
ing, eating and drinking
and breathing normally and
occasionally sits up in bed,
an Israeli official said.













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Flint Obituaries

Sidney Wolin, founder
and president of Flint Pro-
vision Co., Inc., died July 20
at age 64.
Born in Detroit, Mr.
Wolin lived in Flint since
1944. He was a member of
Cong. Beth Israel, National
Association of Meat Pur-
veyors, Michigan Meat
Association, Michigan Res-
taurant Association, Flint
Chamber of Commerce,
Bnai Brith and the Flint
Jewish Federation. He re-
sided at 5481 Sugarbush
Ln.
Mr. Wolin is survived by
his wife, Ellen; three
daughters, Mrs. Harvey
(Carol) Olds, Mrs. Bruce
(Andra) Blum of North-
ridge, Calif., and Gale of
Washington, D.C.; a sister,
Adeline Gagleard of South-
field; and four
grandchildren.

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Membership Available

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Tickets available at:

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for further information or
inquiries concerning
membership and seating
call synagogue office:

352-8670

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