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October 06, 1967 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-10-06

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Flint Community News

Joseph Megdell, president of the
Flint Jewish Community Council,
has announced the following ap-
pointments as committee chair-
men:
Marvin Faller and Dr. Leon
Rosky, social welfare; Michael
Pelavin and Julian Feller, com-
munity relations; Marc Lebster,
youth activities; B. Morris Pelavin,
cultural; Dr. Saul Gorne, Jewish
education; B. Morris Pelavin, per-
sonnel; Gilbert Rubenstein, bylaws;
Jacob Pines, house committee;
Jacob Pines, Gilbert Rubenstein
and Dr. Saul Gorne. collections;
Dr. and Mrs. Peter Kronick, Mr.
and Mrs. Al Tucker and Mr. and
Mrs. Sumner Goldman, hospitality;
Dr. Peter Kronick, Dr. Leon Rosky
and Edwin Schreiber, young lead-
ership; Dr. Evelyn Golden, senior
citizens advisory; Gilbert Ruben-
stein, annual meeting; and Louis
Kasle, B. Morris Pelavin, Arthur
Hurand, Dr. Saul Gorne and Dr.
H. M. Golden, budget and .alloca-
tions.
Megdell also announced the
delegation that will be attending
the National United Jewish Ap-
peal Study Mission to Israel
Oct. 19 -Nov. 2. They are Mr.
and Mrs. Megdell, Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Shaprow, Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Haste, Samuel Catsman
and B. Morris Pelavin.
In cooperation with Bnai Brith
Lodge of Flint. the Jewish Com-
munity Council distributed 400
ADL memo and date books to
teachers, principals and other per-
sonnel of the public schools, minis-
ters and city officials.
A listing of Jewish holidays, sent
to the superintendent of Flint
Schools, was reprinted in the
superintendent's bulletin to all
schools.
The council office handles many
inquiries from the general coin-
munity for information on Jews
and Judaism.
The board of governors approved
an action which would make the
Flint Jewish Community Council
a co-sponsor, along with several
civil rights organizations, of a re-
quest that Governor Romney place

Youth on the Move

The Youth Council. composed of
AZA, Bnai Brith Girls. Temple
Teens and United Synagogue
Youth, will help collect money for •
UNICEF again this year. They are
also planning a community-wide
"Dialogue on Race Relations"
2 p.m. Oct. 15. at Cong. Beth Israel.
The program will feature a film
and a speaker from the Mott Adult
Education Lecture-Discussion De-
partment. • • •

• Ellyn Rubenstein. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rubenstein,
attended the seven-week Pioneer
Session Union Institute of the
Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations in Oconomonowic, Wis.
• • •
Stanley M. Sorscher. son of Dr.
and Mrs. Sam Sorscher. is one of
one of 22 Flint area high school
students named semifinalists in the
National Merit Scholarship Pro-
gram.

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the matter of state open housing
legislation on the agenda for the
special session of the legislature.
• • •
Cultural chairman Pelavin an-
nounced the following program for
1968: •
Jan. 14—Abraham Carmel, con-
verted COholic priest who is now
a professor at Yeshiva University.
Jan" 28—Max Dimont, lecturer
and author of "Jews, God and His-
tory."
Feb. 29—"The World of Paddy
Chayefsky" with a cast of four
performers.
March 24 — "From Shtetl to
Broadway," with a cast of three
performers, a musical panorama.
The council's Young Leadership
Group also has a scheduled a
number of programs for the corn-
ing year. On Nov. 5. at the annual
dinner-meeting Flint Jewish Com-
munity Council, the younger group
will take part. "The Six Day War—
Its Impact on the American Jewish
Community," will be discussed by
Dr. Howard Sachar, professor of
history, George Washington Uni-
versity.
In January, the theme will be
community relations. "What Lies
Ahead in Jewish Community Rela-
tions?" will be discussed by a
speaker from the National Com-
munity Relations Advisory Coun-
cli.
"Israel '68—Will She Be Able
to Meet Her New Challenges?"
will be discussed by James Noble
of Akron, member of the UJA
Young Leadership Cabinet, Feb. 6;
and "Where Do We Go From
Here?—An Analysis of Our Corn-
munity's Survey" by Dr. 'Albert
Mayer, professor at Wayne State
University and survey study di-
rector, will be in March.
A brochure describing the pro-
gram will be mailed to all par-
ticipants as soon as it is prepared.
All meetings will be held in homes
of program partcipants.
Serving with Megdell this year
on the Flint Jewish Community
Council board of governors are
Lawrence Covitz, Alfred Klein and
Harry Binder, vice presidents;
Michael Pelavin, treasurer; Jacob
Pines, honorary treasurer; Mrs.
Harry Weisberger, secretary; and
Irving Geisser, exectuive director.
Also on the executive committee
are Rabbis William Greenebaum
and Hillel Millgram; outgoing pres-
ident; Jack Shaprow; and the
chairman of the USA campaign.
Gilbert Rubenstein.
Delegates at large are honorary
member Israel Sendler, Philip
Agree, Samuel Catsman, Edwin
Elk, Dr. Evelyn Golden. Martin
Gordon, Dr. Erwin Gutowitz, Law-
rence Kaplan. Dr. Peter Kronick,
Dr. Ira Marder, Martin Podolsky,
Mrs. Gilbert Rubenstein. Mrs. Mor-
ris Rubenstein. Edward Schreiber,
Dr. Jack Stanzler and Mrs. Sidney
Wolin.
Organization representatives are:

Beth El Memorial Park: Dr. Nat
g o
l dgsu ea !I dSidney
Its:r a(1,1 o gen .0
Lobster: r
Kramer, president; Dr. B. Harris and
Mrs. I. Bernstein; Beth Israel Sister.
hood: Mrs. M. Linder, president: Mrs.
H. Richman and Mrs. Seymour Osher;

ly Klein, pre

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Women: Mrs. B. Marx, president. Mrs.

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I Group Calendar

Mrs. Syd Osher and Mrs. J. Rabin;
City of Hope: Mrs. C. Myers, presi-
dent, Mrs. J. Bernard and Mrs. B.
Bayer; Hadassah: Mrs. J. Shaprow,
president, Mrs. M. Rosenbaum and Mrs.
J. Wapner; Jewish War Veterans Auxil-
iary: Mrs. S. Rachwal, president, Mrs.
M. Suber and Mrs. M. Steinman; Mach-
pelah Cemetery: Julius Hurand, presi-
dent, and Percy Braun; Pioneer
Women: Mrs. B. Kaufman, president,
and Mrs. I. Sendler; Temple Beth El:
Dr. B. Dickstein. president, Avery FisL
ler and Saul Syde; Temple Beth
Brotherhood: James Lebster, presidet,
Martin Suber and Harry Sherwin; Tem-
ple Seth El Sisterhood: Mrs. I. Beren,
president, Mrs. H. Katz and Mrs. M. '
Pelavin; and Zionist Organization of
America: Murray Moss.

YOUTH CALENDAR
Oct. 1—BBYO Meeting.
Oct. 3—BBG Meeting.
Oct. 4—USY Program
Oct. 8—Temple Teens Mitzva
Day.

Bnai Brith Women will sponsor
an old World Luncheon Oct. 17
at the International Institute. Fol- 1
lowing the noon luncheon, there
will be a candle-lighting ceremony
honoring new members. In charge
of arrangements is Mrs. Ted Gold-
berg, program chairman. The
board meeting of this group will
be held Tuesday evening at the
home of Mrs. Sam Gutterman.

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• • •

Mrs. Morris Rubenstein and
Mrs. Marvin Persky are attending
classes at Temple Emanu-El, spon-
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Federation of Reform Synagogues.
This newly established College of
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