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Flint Community News

Jewish Youths to Speak
.on Israel to L.A. Groups

LOS ANGELES (JTA) — Eight-

El

een men and women between the

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Irving Geisser, Community Council Executive Director,
to Leave Flint for Similar Post in Springflied, Mass.

Irving L. Geisser, executive di-
rector. ' of the Flint Jewish . Com-
munity Council, has resigned to
accept . a similar position. in Spring-
field, Mass., where the Jewish
community numbers 12,000.
During Geisser's tenure in Flint, ,
a senior citizens group was formed, '
institution services for aged were
provided through an arrangement
with the Detroit Jewish Home for
the Aged, and a youth council co-
ordinating the activities of the
four Jewish 'youth groups was ini-
tiated, along with a lecture-discus-
sion Forum series.
The council also has provided
obial welfare services to the
eedy and troubled. Two years
ago, a hospitality program for Jew-
ish newcomers to Flint was begun,
and the community relations corn-

Flint Jewish Community
Council's
UJA VICTORY DINNER
AND FAREWELL TO
IRVING GEISSER
Guest Speaker:
Hon. Donald Reigle
Guest Entertainer:
Humorist Lou Shor
6 p.m. — April 28
at Cong. Beth Israel

Youth on the .Move

In recognition of a perfect schol-
arship record for three consecutive
terms, the committee of honors
convocation at the University of
Michigan designated Jeffery Marc
Krakower a James B. Angell
Scholar. Krakower is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Krakower of
Helber Street.
* *
Barbara Rosenblatt, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Rosenblatt, is
attending Northwood Institute in
Midland. She was recently elected
vice-president of Alpha Sigma Chi
Sorority and for the winter term,
was placed on the Dean's List.
* * *
The Detroit Free Press awarded
certificates of merit to Stanley
Sorscher, Central High student,
and Hyman E. Parnes of South-
western for being outstanding de-
baters. They participated this
year in the debate series of the
Michigan High School -Forensic
Association, sponsored by the Free
Press and the University of Mich-
igan.
* * '*
Flint's Young Leadership Train-
ing Group will hear a preliminary
report on the community survey
undertaken by the Flint Jewish
Community Council, Tuesday, 8
p.m., at the home of Dr. and
Mrs. Stanley Kaller, 528 Luce,
Flushing. Guest speaker will be
Dr. Albert J. Mayer, professor of
sociology at Wayne State Univer-
sity, who is directing the survey.
The completed report will be pub-
lished about June 15.
* * *
When the second Youth Leader-
ship Class, sponsored by the
Greater Flint Toastmasters Club,
held its graduation banquet re-
cently, Alan Dumoff, son of Dr.
and Mrs. Morris Dumoff, was toast-
master. He is a junior at Northern
High School.

ages of 16 and 22 have completed
the Intercom program of the
Jewish Youth Co"ncil and are
available to speak on Israel to
Jewish and non-Jewish youth
groups in the Los Angeles area,
according to Mrs. Louis Kash,
chairman of the youth organization
committee of the Jewish Federa-
tion-Council, sponsor of the project.,
The program consisted of six
sessions on Israel's history, politics
and social and economic problems.

Community Council nad COM-
PACT, the local anti-poverty pro-
gram, Geisser is chairman of the
Conference of Executives of Flint
and Genesee County and is a mem-
ber of the Mott Foundation ad-
visory committees on adult edu-
cation in the areas of human re-
lations and world affairs.
Geisser is expected to assume
his new post in May.

mittee of the Council was parti-
cularly active. • .
A 'successful Young Leadership
Development program is in its
third year, and a -demographic

April 13-20: Passover
April 15: City of Hope Open
Board Meeting, 8:30 p.m., at
home of Mrs. Murray Rulney.
April 16: --Y o u n g Leadership
Group Meeting, 8 p.m., home
of Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Kaller.

Ohio Job Agencies Told
to Avoid Discrimination

COLUMBUS (JTA) — All pri-
vate employment agencies in - Ohio
have received a warning from the
State Department of Commerece
against discrimination in process-
ing job applicants, it was disclosed
Tuesday, following announcement
of a survey by the Anti-Defama-
tion League of Bnai Brith of
agencies in the Youngstown-War-
ren area showing such bias.
The memorandum from Lloyd T.
Lindsley, chief of the division of
licensing of the state department,
cited provisions of the state law
and said that reports of such dis-
crimination would be investigated
"and appropriate action taken if
it is found that the law is being
violated."
Willard P. Dudley, administra-
tor of the Ohio Bureau of Employ-
ment Services, sent a letter to all
bureau employes reminding them
not to accept any work orders
which "refer to race, color or
creed." He indicated one employe
Blood Donor Program had been suspended for accepting
a suspected biased order. The
Scheduled for April 24 Youngstown Fair Employment
The Flint Jewish Community Practices Committee, which coop-
Council will hold its blood donor erated with the ADL in the study,
program noon to 6 p.m. April 24 is reviewing the findings for pos-
sible action, according to Dr. Sid-
at Cong. Beth Israel.
Donations become a credit and ney M. Berkowitz, FEPC chair-
can be used at no charge in time man.
of need.
The Jewish nation can be likened
For an appointment call the
Council, 767-5922; Mrs. Joe Ber- to the dust and can be likened to
nard, 239-0825; Mrs. Sidney Hart- the stars; when it falls, it falls as
man, 743-7741; Mrs. R. J. Mittle- low as the dust, and when it rises,
man, 232-5004; or Mrs. Dave Mulne, it rises as high as the stars.—
Megilla
234-2548.

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GUARD AGAINST

Dr. Jack A. Stanzler will speak
at the 69th annual Postgraduate
Conference and Scientific Seminar
of the Michigan Association of
Osteopathic Physicians and Sur-
geons May 27-29 in Detroit.
* * *
IRVING GEISSER
Mrs. H. H. Kesten has been
elected assistant secretary of the
survey of the community with board of trustees of the Michigan
an emphasis on Jewish educa- College of Osteopathic Medicine.
tion, social welfare and recre- She has been a member of the
ational needs of the community executive committee of the Mich-
is in the process of completion. igan Women's Osteopathic Auxili-
Annual United Jewish Appeal ary since 1959.
drives under Geisser's professional
direction, were the most success-
ful in the history of the Flint Jew-
ish community.
Geisser, who came to Flint in
1959, previously served as assist-
ant executive director of the Allied
Jewish Council in Denver: He
graduated from Millikin University
in Decatur, Ill. and received his
masters degree from the Univer-
sity of Illinois.
On the board of the Council of
Social Agencies, the Interfaith

Community
Calendar

MORIS HUPPERT

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