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March 22, 1968 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-03-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

16—Friday, March 22, 1968

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Colonel Brings 'Winning Ways' to Flint

Flint UJA Drive
Registers Gains

With Flint's United Jewish
Appeal campaign now in its com-
munitywide p h a s e, combined
totals to both the regular cam-
paign and to the Israel Emerg-
ency Fund total $398,805. This
compares to the same cards
amounting to $365,299 in 1967.
Chairman Gilbert Y. Ruben-
stein urged all workers to see
their remaining prospects now
and help achieve a successful
wind-up. A series of campaign
report meetings has been sched-
uled, with a victory dinner plan-
ned for April 28.

`From Shtetl to Broadway' to Close
Cultural Series on Musical Note

The Forum '68 cultural series
will conclude 8:30 p.m. Sunday
at Temple Beth El with a pro-
gram, "From Shtetl to Broad-
way," in • which Norman Atkins
and Terry Saunders will trace the
migration of Jewish melodies from
their origins to Israel and Broad-
way.
Atkins has produced a musical
odyssey that begins in the shtetl of

sisted by Miss Saunders, who has
been seen as leading lady opposite
Robert Wade in the Broadway and
national companies of "Milk and
Honey" and as Lady Thiang in the
film "The King and I" with Yul
Brynner and Deborah Kerr. Atkins
also is cantor of the Metropolitan
Synagogue of New York.
Tickets may be purchased at the
door.

BUICKS

Hebrew at Beth Israel,
Lectures at Beth El
Mark Adult Programing

Col. Stella Levy, commander of Israel's Women's Army Corps,
helped the UJA Women's Division in Flint achieve a victory of its
own, at the campaign opening luncheon, where a total of $14,600 in
gifts was announced. With her here are (from left) Mrs. Sidney
Wolin, Mrs. Gilbert Y. Rubenstein and Mrs. Asher Marder, women's
division chairmen, and. Mrs. Jossef Kratzenstein, chairman of the
Bay City Women's division, which sent a number of its leaders to
the luncheon. The $14,600 figure represents an increase of 10 per
cent over the same cards last year.

Communal Calendar

March 24—Forum '68 Program:
"From Shtetl to Broadway," 8:30
p.m., at Temple Beth El.
March 25—Beth Israel Sisterhood
Board Meeting, 12:30 p.m.
March 25—City of Hope Board
Meeting, 8:30 p.m., at home of
Mrs. Carl Myers.
March 25—Temple Beth El Board
Meeting, 8:30 p.m.
March 26—Beth Israel Sisterhood
and Hadassah Joint Study Group,
1 p.m.
March 26—Beth Israel PTA Meet-
ing, 8:15 p.m.
March 27—City of Hope Meeting,
12:30 p.m., at Temple Beth El.
March 28—Flint Jewish Commun-
ity Council Board of Governors
Meeting, 8:30 p.m., at Temple
Beth El.

`Teach-In' on M.E. Set
for High School Seniors

The Mott Foundation is sponsor-
ing a course in conversational
Hebrew, meeting 8:15 p.m. Wed-
nesday at Cong. Beth Israel. Moshe
Giskan, director of the syna-
gogue's religious school, is instruc-
tor.
Temple Beth El's adult educa-
tion committee will present a
series of 8 p.m. programs in the
temple this May.
Dr. G. Stuart Hodge, director of
the Flint Institute of Arts, will
speak on "Contributions of Jewish
Artists to 20th Century Art," a
slide-illustrated lecture, May 15.
Rabbi Philip Frankel of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek in Lansing and a
lecturer at Michigan State Uni-
versity, will speak on the "Legacy
of the Hebrew Bible" with Rabbis
Hillel Milgram of Beth Israel and
William Greenebaum II of Beth El
as discussants, May 22.
Prof. Mordechai Kreinin, acting
head of the department of econom-
ics and named outstanding teacher.
at Michigan State University, will
discuss "Ethical Concepts of Juda-
ism" May 29.

City of Hope program chairman
Mrs. Murray Rulney, has an-
nounced that Dr. George Chamis
will be guest speaker at the next
meeting, 12:30 p.m. Wednesday,
at Temple Beth El. His topic will
be "Family Stress: Marriage To-
day." Luncheon chairmen are
Mrs. Ben Bayer and Mrs. Jack
Patek. Dr. Chamis is coordinator
for family life programs for the
Flint Community Schools.
* * *
Beth Israel PTA will meet 8:15
p.m. Tuesday. Children's report
cards will be given to parents who
attend. A religious school class will
sing and help teach songs to
parents. The committee is making
arrangements for the film, "The
Six Day War," to be shown at this
Alan Epstein, son of Mr. and
program.
Mrs. Aaron Epstein, will be called
to the Tora as Bar Mitzva Satur-
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The Michigan Region of Hadas-
sah is holding a "Teach-In" to
prepare high school seniors for
Arab propaganda, _when they go to
college next year. It will be held
12:30-5 p.m. May 5 at the Jewish
Center, Detroit. Ann Lebster Chap-
ter hopes to send all high school
seniors.
For transportation call Barbara
Schafer, 235-1044.

Youth on the Move

Richard Benison, son of Mrs. Leo
Slosberg, received a grant and
certificate from the Legal Aid
Group of Detroit, the first such
scholarship ever awarded. Richard,
a law student at Wayne State Uni-
versity, is president of Tau Epsilon
Rho Fraternity at WSU.

`Israel Must Change
to Attract U.S. Aliya'

NEW YORK- (JTA) — Immigra-
tion is the matter of greatest im-
portance to the future security of
Israel and the future of the Zionist
movement, the executive commit-
tee of the United Zionists-Revis-
ionists of America was told here
by Joseph Klarman, member of
the Jewish Agency Executive in
Jerusalem representing the Revis-
ionist movement. But, according to
Klarman, Israel will have to
change its economic and social
order to attract large-scale immi-
gration, especially from among
American Jews.
The Revisionist leader came
here to confer on the movement's
aliya plans which will be the main
topic on the agenda of the World
Zionist Congress in Jerusalem in
June. He claimed that Revisionist
policy which rejects the return of
any of the territories occupied by
Israel to the Arabs is "supported
JAY. • the overwhelming majority , of
the neonle in isrnel."

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