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January 26, 1968 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-01-26

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Flint's Louis Kasle to Receive Award From Seminary

Louis Kasle, a leader of Cong. highest awards presented by the
Beth Israel for more than two Conservative movement, the Na-
decades, will receive one of the tional Community Service Award,
at the ninth annual dinner of the
Jewish Theological Seminary in
Miami Beach Feb. 26.
Seminary President Dr. Louis
Finkelstein will present the award,
in the form of a bronze plaque.
It is conferred upon a number of
distinguished laymen throughout
the United States and Canada in
recognition of "dedication to the
high principles of Judaism, self-
less support of the programs of
the Jewish Theological Seminary
of America and exemplary leader-
ship in endeavors to enrich the
spiritual life of the community."
U.S. Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, will
be principal speaker at the event.
Widely known for his philan-
thropic activities in behalf of
Jewish education, the state of

Israel and many other vital
causes, Kasle was a founder of
Cong. Beth Israel's Men's Club
and vice president from 1943 to
1945. He provided leadership of
the congregation from 1954 to
1960.
He has been president of the
Zionist Organization of Flint;
president of the Flint Jewish
Community Council; chairman
United Jewish A p p e a 1; State
of Israel Bonds organization, and
has been actively associated with
Bnai Brith, American Jewish Con-
gress, Joint Distribution Commit-
tee, and many others.
He has received citations and
awards for outstanding service
from the Flint Jewish Community
Council, Big Wheel from State of
Is?ael,....__State, of Israel Bonds.
United Jewish'-Appeal, ZOA and
the Jewish National Fund.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

12—Friday, January 26, 1968

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will be made for a February show
party. Following the meeting, Dr.
Shmuel Ben-Dor, assistant pro-
fessor of anthropology at Wayne
State University, will speak on

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The library, to be dedicated in
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This evening also will be in hon-
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