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May 17, 1968 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-05-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

14—Friday, May 17, 1968

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Flint News

Community
•Calendar

Flint Group Is Seeking Jobs for Youth

Several local organizations have cent weeks as a special committee.
joined to launch a massive, coor- Serving on the committee is Saul
dinated effort to find summer jobs 1
• Seigel, director of the Greater
for youth. Representatives of the
groups have been meeting in re- Flint Downtown Corp.

May 18—Temple Beth El Sister-
hood Mother-Daughter Luncheon,
12:30 p.m.
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May 18—Willowood Country Club
President's Ball, 9 p.m.
May 19—Brandeis University Din-
ner, 6:30 p.m., at Southmoor
Country Club.
May 20—Beth Israel Sisterhood
Businessmen's Lunch, 11:30 a.m.
May 20—City of Hope Board Meet-
ing, 8:30 p.m.
May 21 —Bnai Brith Women's
Meeting, 12:30 p.m. at home of
Mrs. Robert Gutterman.
Get the jump on summer heat! Install fast-
May 21—Willowood Country Club
cooling Thermo King auto air conditioning
Opening Breakfast, 9 a.m.
May 21—Young Leadership Group
now. Low cost one day installation on any car.
Meeting, 8 p.m., at home of Dr.
and Mrs. Peter Krontck.
May 22—Hadassah Meeting, 12:30
24750 FIVE MILE
p.m., at Cong. Beth Israel.
532-1097
May 22 — Temple Beth El Adult
Detroit, Mich. 48239
Education, 8 p.m.
$10.00 Additional Discount with This Ad
May 23—Council Board of Gover-
nors Meeting, 8:30 p.m., at
Temple Beth El.
* * *
Temple Beth El Adult Education
Series will feature Dr. Philip
Watching as Mayor Floyd McCree of Flint signs a proclamation
Frankel,
rabbi of Cong. Shaarey
declaring the month of May "Bnai Brith Month" in honor of the cen-
Zedek, Lansing, and a lecturer at
tennial of District 6, are (from left) Herman Klein, president of
Michigan State University, 8 p.m.
Flint Lodge; Joseph Krakower, Flint centennial co-chairman; and
Wednesday. His topic will be
Ted Vinacow, vice president of the Michigan Council.
"Legacy of the Hebrew Bible."
Visit Israel in its 20th anniversary year and come with us,
After his talk, there will be discus-
the pioneers in trans - Atlantic service to Israel. We have the
sion led by Rabbis Hillel Millgram
largest, fastest ships in regular service to Haifa.,Enjoy an
of Cong. Beth Israel and William
extra vacation at sea, with excellent accommodations, res-
Greenebaum II of Temple Beth El.
taurants, cinema, indoor and outdoor swimming pools,
*
*
nightclub entertainment—and all the service for which the
Bnai Brith Women will hold a
Greek Line is famous. Ask any of your friends who have
Brandeis University will induct great devotion to Brandeis and
Joseph Megdell into the Brandeis serve the needs of their local corn- membership tea for new and pros-
sailed with us.
Presidents Council at a dinner 6:30 munity. Each member of the coun- pective members 12:30 p.m. Tues-
And what else? Continental, or Kosher cuisine (Private
p.m. Sunday at Southmoor Country cil is appointed by the president day at the home of the president,
Dining Room), Synagogue, Rabbi, Mashgiach. Lectures in
Mrs. Robert Gutterman. Member-
Club. of Brandeis University.
Israeli art and history, travelogues, Hebrew lessons by Brit
ship chairman is Mrs. Hy Klein;
The Flint Friends of Brandeis,
Ivrit Olamit, excellent library. You'll feel you are in Israel
co-chairman is Mrs. Jack Kip_pel-
headed by Mi-
all the way.
5 Ohio Jewish Groups man.
chael Pelavin,
* * *
And what else? Greek Line sailings and arrivals coincide
Join in Suit Against
announced that
with Israel's great festivals and celebrations, all major re-
Hadassah's last meeting of the
the Joseph Meg-
ligious holidays. Savings up to 15% on low excursion fares,
Sectarian
School
Aid
year
will
be
held
12:30
p.m.
d ell Scholarship
all-inclusive tours of Israel and the Mediterranean. Our
Wednesday at Cong. Beth Israel.
.
COLUMBUS,
0.
(JTA)

Five
program in mem-
Golden Route takes you from New York/Boston via Portu-
Ohio Jewish organizations have Included in the program will be
ory of Dr. Martin
gal, Italy, Sicily, Greece and Cyprus on a happy voyage you
annual
reports,
honoring
life
mem-
joined the American Civil Liberties
Luther King Jr.,
will long cherish.
Union and the Ohio Baptist Con- , bers and also honoring Israel's
will be inaugu-
So what are you waiting for? Go see your Travel Agent now.
vention in a taxpayers suit chal- 1 20th anniversary.
rated that eve-
* * *
lenging
the
constitutionality
of
a
23,000-ton OLYMPIA • 26.300-ton QUEEN ANNA MARIA
ning.
Willowwood Country Club will
state law requiring school districts
fully air conditioned/stabilized
President of the
to provide educational materials to hold opening ladies day 9 a.m.
Megdell
Flint Jewish
SAFETY
INFORMATION:
The OLYMPIA/QUEEN ANNA
Community Council, Megdell served sectarian schools on the same basis Tuesday. Breakfast will be served.
MARIA,
registered
in
Liberia/Greece,
meet International
as the president of the Urban as to public schools. The disputed Reservations should be in by Sun-
Safety Standards for new ships developed in 1948.
day
to
PI
2-3711.
state
law
authorizes
a
513,000.000
League and on the boards of num-
* * 4,
First Notional Bldg.,
erous civic organizations, both local expenditure for such aid over an
Det roi, Mich.
The
Community
Council's
Young
3
18-month
period.
and national. Among the many
WOodward 1.5280 • Boston • Chicago •_ Detroit 14/
The petition contended that the i Leadership Group will meet 8 p.m.
awards received by Megdell are
Los Angeles • Miami • New York
A'
the Citizens Merit Award in 1954, law violated the church-state sep- Tuesday at the home of Dr. and
I .
Philadelphia • San Francisco • Canada
1-.'Z'
•••::::::k
aration
principle
and
the
religious
I
Mrs.
Peter
Kronick,
1185
Nanbru
the -Brotherhood Award in 1960,
...:1.;;,--....,,,..
Lane,
to
evaluate
the
year's
activi-
and the Man of the Year Award in liberty guarantees of the first1
amendment of the federal consti- ties.
1962.
The President's Council of Bran- tution.
deis University is made up of dis-
The suit was filed in the Court
tinguished persons from all parts of Common Pleas here but its
WHERE DOES JEWISH EDUCATION BEGIN
of the United States who show sponsors indicated they intended to
carry it to the U.S. Supreme Court
if necessary. --
Jewish groups joining in the suit
PROFESSIONALLY TRAINED TEACHERS
were the Northern Ohio Council of
the American Jewish Congress. the
CITY
AND
SUBURBAN TRANSPORTATION!
Cleveland Jewish Community Fed-
eration, the Jewish Community Re-
CONVENIENTLY LOCATED FOR ALL AREAS! BAR MITZVAH AND BAT
lations Committee and the Work-
MITZVAH TRAINING AT NO EXTRA COST! UNIFORM EDUCATION
At the Yetta • Shapiro Chapter men's' Circle district committee of
FROM NURSERY THROUGH THE COLLEGE YEARS!
City of Hope's dinner-dance May Ohio.
11, the chapter's largest single
Meanwhile, advocates of separa-
benefactor, Ruben Shapiro, was tion of church and state, including
presented with a plaque. The chap- most of the Jewish community of
ter, named for the late Mrs. Sha- Pennsylvania, prepared for a re-
AT THE BRANCH LOCATED CLOSEST TO YOU
piro, is making a $1,000 endowment
newed fight on a bill pending in
LI 8-4747
14390 W. Ten Mile Rd., O.P.
Irnoi Moshe — Oak Pork
in Mr. Shapiro's name to the City
the state legislature to provide
KE 3-9898
of Hope hospital in Duarte, Calif.
21355 W. Seven Mile Rd.
Esther
Berman-Borman
state aid to non-public, parochial
His name will be inscribed on a
(includes Adas Shalom, Beth Aaron, Beth Moses)
schools.
wall at the hospital.
476-4222
31840 W. Seven Mile Rd.
Moly
end Samuel Cohn — Livonia
* * *
The bill would use state tax funds
Ados Shalom — Southfield
The Flint Jewish Community to finance a special authority to
353-2518
16300 W. 10 1,i Mile Rd., Sfld
Thompson School
Council's Lapeer visiting commit- "purchase" educational services
353-2518
28500 Oak Crest Ct., Farm.
Fairview School
from
private
and
parochial
schools.
tee held a party for the Jewish
545-0074
24061 Coolidge, O.P.
Young Israel Center of Oak Woods
residents recently. Attending were Jewish spokesmen have sharply
UN 4-1115
18977 Schaefer
Mrs. Esther Harris, chairman; and condemned the measure as a vio-
Hebrew High School
Mesdames William Bailies, Max lation of the principle of separation
UN 4-1115
18977 Schaefer
Midrosha (College of Jewish Studies)
Davis and Eva Fisher. Refresh- of Church and state.
The
bill,
which
passed
the
House
Nursery
School
ments were provided by Mrs. Sol
LI 8-4191
15110 W. Ten Mile Rd.
(Licensed by the State of Michigan)
Schafer, Mrs. Esther Leavitt and last week, faces strong opposition
in
the
Senate.
The
opposition
stems
AFFILIATED SCHOOLS
Mrs. Harris.
from differences over the best way
Combined Jewish Schools
342-7440
19350 Greenfield
of financing the school aid. not
Sholem Aleichem
KE 7-5441
16240 W. Seven Mile Rd.
over the church-state question in-
Arbeiter Ring
Dili
UN
4-6319
19161 Schaefer
Hoyim Greenberg Hebrew-Yiddish Shule
volved.
353-6750
25870 Fairfax, Sfld.
Cheryl Lynn Elford, daughter of
Beth Yehudoh Afternoon School — Southfield
LI 8-4747
14450 W. Ten Mile Rd., O.P.
Temple Emanu El
Dr. and Mrs. Harvey Elford, 2410 1 When two are seated at one
Mountain, has graduated from the table. 1he one superior of the two
For ActoliticJat Pimilarmetneirt Cog Main Office — DI 7-3407
University of Michigan and re- ! should be the first to reach for
ceived a BA degree. food.—Derech Eretz Raba 7

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Mayor Proclaims Bnai Brith Month

$1 7800

THERM® KING
AUTO AIR CONDITIONING

SOL'S AUTO AIR CENTER

Go to Israel!
Go Greek Line!

Joseph Megdell Dinner to Inaugurate
Scholarship in Memory of Dr. . Kin g

GREEK LINE ill

Comings ...
and

UNITED HEBREW SCHOOLS

. Goings

ENROLL NOW FOR SEPTEMBER, '68

Youth

the Move

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