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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-04-05

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Council Okays UJA Allocations

At a meeting of the board of governors of the Flint Jewish Com-
munity Council, the following national agencies were granted allocations
from the 1967 United Jewish Appeal Campaign:

Jewish Telegraphic Agency, United
Hias Service, Hebrew University-Tech-

nion Joint Appeal, America-Israel Cul-

tural Foundation, Federated Council of
Israel Institutions, Hadassah, National
Committee for Labor Israel-Histadrut
and Pioneer Women of America.
Also, American Jewish Committee,
American Jewish Congress, Anti-Defa-
mation League of Bnai Brith, National
Community Relations Advisory Council,
Jewish Labor Committee, Jewish War
Veterans of the United States, Ameri-
can Association for Jewish Education.
National Jewish Welfare Board, Syna-
gogue Council of America and Jewish
Occupational Council.
Also, American Jewish Historical So-
ciety, Zionist Organization of America,
Bnai Brith National Youth Service Ap-
peal, Dropsie College for Hebrew &
Cognate Learning. Histadrut Ivrit, Jew-
ish Braille Institute of America, Jewish
Chautauqua Society. Jewish Publication
Society, National Foundation for Jewish

Citron-if apner Rites
Held at Beth Israel

Culture, Yivo Institute for Jewish Re-
search and Jewish Teachers Seminary.
Also, National Jewish Hospital at
Denver, City of Hope at Los Angeles.
Leo N. Levi Memorial Hospital, Reform
Jewish Appeal-Hebrew Union College,
Jewish Theological Seminary, Jewish
University of America, Yeshiva Univer-
sity, Yeshiva Tora Vodaath and Mesivta
and Camp Gan Israel.

Comings ..
and
• . • Goings

Friday, April 5, 1968-17

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Community
Calendar

Women's Division Plans Workers' Breakfast

A women's division workers' women's division, Mesdames Asher
meeting
will be held 9 a.m. Tues- Marder, Rubenstein and Sidney
April 8—Hadassah Meeting, 12:30
Wolin, announced that cards will
p.m., at Temple Beth El.
day at the home of Mrs. Gilbert be assigned for the community-
April 9 — UJA Women's Division Rubenstein. The chairmen of the wide luncheon to be held April 23.
Workers Meeting, 9 a.m., at
home of Mrs. Gilbert Rubenstein.
April 9—Bnai Brith Women Board
Meeting, 8:30 p.m., at home of
Mrs. Hy Klein.
April 11 — JWVA Meeting, 8:30
THREE CITY TOUR
p.m., at - home of Mrs. Nate
Baum.

EUROPE AT LEISURE

PARIS - ROME - LONDON

Hadassah will meet 12:30 p.m.
Monday at Temple Beth El. The
program will highlight Passover.
Cantor Abraham Ranani will sing.
On April 27, at 9 p.m. at Willo-
wood Country Club, Hadassah will
sponsor a dance. A weekend in
New York will be grand prize.
There will be dancing to Art Bar-
tner's orchestra, refreshments and
prizes. For reservations call Jane
Cossm an, 767-3047.: Mae Shievitz,
767-5553; or Sandy Wanetik, 732-
5863.

Mrs. H. H. Kesten of Overhill
Dr. has been elected assistant sec-
retary of the board of trustees of
the Michigan College of Osteopa-
thic Medicine. A member of the
executive committee of the Michi-
gan Women's Osteopathic Auxili-
ary since 1959, she is also promi-
nent in the Flint and Genesee
Roberta A. Silver, 3226 Clement,
County auxiliary organizations. was graduated with a bachelors
Mrs. Kesten is a member of the degree from Central Michigan Uni-
American Red Cross, the League versity.
of Women Voters, Hadassah, East-
ern Star and the Oriental Shrine.
She is the mother of Sanford Kes-
ten, Flint attorney.
*
*
Irving L. Simen has been elected
president of the Michigan Heating
and Air Conditioning Association.

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Blood Program Slated

The Flint Jewish Community
Council will sponsor a blood drive
at Cong. Beth Israel noon-6 p.m.
April 24. Co-chairmen are Mes-
dames .R. J. Mittleman, Joe Ber-
MRS. HENRY CITRON
nard, Sidney Hartman and Dave
Mulne. Those interested in donat-
Janice Esther Wapner, daughter ing blood may contact the council
of the Jacob Wapners of Mackin office,
767-5922.
Rd., became the bride of Dr. Henry
Louis Citron in an evening cere-
mony Sunday at Cong. Beth Israel,
Flint. Rabbi Hillel Millgram and
Cantor Abraham Ranani officiated.
Harry Kirsbaurn, son of Mr. and
The bridegroom is the son of
Mrs. Emil Citron of Addison Ave., Mrs. Irving Kirsbaum, will be
Southfield, and the late Mr. Citron. called to the Tora as Bar Mitzva
Following a Puerto Rico honey- Saturday at Cong. Beth Israel.
moon, the couple will live in Oak
Park.
The bride wore a gown of silk
organza over taffeta with a
bateau neckline and Empire
waist appliqued in hand-clipped
Chantilly lace. Appliques of the
SAN FRANCISCO (JTA) — The
lace trimmed the modified A-
adult Jewish community must start
line, floor-length skirt and de- a dialogue with its skeptical Jewish
tachable wateau train. A court youth and it may have to do so by
veil of silk illusion was secured starting with the "straight" or
by a matching lace cap. She car-
"square" Jewish young people but
ried a cascading spray of Cym-
it cannot turn its back "on hip
bidium orchids and English ivy. youth," an adult Jewish spokesman
Maxine Wapner, the bride's sis- told a youth conference here.
ter, was maid of honor. Her other
Earl Raab, executive director of
attendants were Ardith Klouse, the San Francisco Jewish Com-
Jill Golden of Grand Rapids and munity Relations Council, told the
Naomi Ragins, junior bridesmaid. conference that there were three
B. Eugene Citron, the bride- categories of such Jewish young
groom's brother, was best man, people — the psychedelic or hip,
and ushers were Ernest L. Citron, the rebellious campus youth and
another brother, Samuel Wapner, the so-called square or straight
the bride's brother, Emil Thomas youth, a term of oppobrium ap-
Citron and Dr. Fred Wasserman.
plied by the hip generation to per-
sons who are part of the "establish-
ment."
He made his observations at a
conference on youth sponsored
by the social planning committee
of the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion of San Francisco, Marion
County and the Peninsula. More
than 50 representatives of the
SEE OR CALL
Jewish community took part.
They included synagogue youth
group delegates, rabbis, social
workers and lay leaders.
AT
Raab suggested that the adults
would have to try to set up a pro-
o jt -CriJJrnan,
cess to bring about "the greatest
amount of interplay and inter-
change" between the adults and
Cadillac
the youth. He said: "If Jewish
youth want to sit on congregation
1350 N. Woodward Birmingham
boards, let's have them sit on
MI 4-1930
boards. We must prove there are
Res. 357-0326
values for youth in the organized
community."

Bnai Mitzva

Adult Leader Asks
Dialogue With
Jewish 'Hip' Youth

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