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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-08-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Friday, August 2, 1968-13

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Flint News

Young Flint Leader Sees UJA Work

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Flint Native Geti Health Service Job

Dr. Lawrence J. Pacernick, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Reubin Pacernick,
of Flint, has been appointed to the
Commissioned . Corps of the U.S.
Public Health Service.
His ,assignment is to the Heart
Disease and Stroke Control Pro-
gram's Ecology Field and Training
Station in Columbia, Mo,
Dr. Pacernick is a graduate of

Youth on
the Move

9895o

Marlene Kaplan, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Kaplan, was
runner-up in the five-hole division
in the Flint Junior Golf Tourna-
ment. Last year her brother Jeff-
rey was honored for being the
most improved golfer.
* * *
Robert L. Elk, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Edwin Elk, has been placed
on the dean's list at Brandeis Uni-
versity in recognition of his rec-
ord for the past academic year. He
is a senior.

Dr. Leon I. Rosky of Flint visited an occupational workshop at
the UJA-supported Malben-Joint Distribution • Committee Home for
the Aged in Israel. The Roskys were members of the United Jewish
Appeal Young Leadership Mission, visiting Israel. The mission, 90
young Jewish community leaders from 19 states and the District of
Columbia, spent three weeks studying immigration absorption and
other humanitarian problems in Israel. They met with Prime Minister
Levi Eshkol and other leading personalities in Israel, all of whom
urged the young leaders to carry back the message to their home
communities that continued aid from American Jewry is needed to
support Israel's heavy burden.

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Comings .
and
. . . Goings

Dr. Richard F. Gutow has joined

the University of Michigan Medical

School's department of ophthalmol-
ogy, having completed two years
in the army at Fitzsimmons Gen-
eral Hospital, Denver. He will live
hi Ann Arbor with his wife Susan,
and sons Jonathan and Aftdrew. He
is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Isadore
Gutow of Flint.
* *
At an organizational meeting of
the Chevra Kaddisha of Maclnelah
Cemetery, Dr. Sam Sorhcher was
named chairman and Mrs. Morris
Steinman, secretary. On the com-
mittee are Mrs. Norman Sorscher,
Mrs. Jack Smith. Mrs. Max Gotlib,
Israel Isaacs, Norman Sorscher,
Herman Acker and Joe Laro. The
group will meet the third Monday
of each month.
* * *
Delegates to Council
Hy Klein, president of Bnai
Brith, has appointed Dr. Bert
Marx and Clifford Hart to serve
on the Flint Jewish Community
Council's board of governors for
1968-69.
Mrs. Robert White, president of
City_ of Hope, has .appointed Mrs.
Dave Mulne and Mrs. BenfBayer,
Dr. Nat Gross, president of Beth
El Memorial Park, has appointed
Marc Lebster and George Olds.

GM Institute Gives
Award to Graduate
The 1968 Industrial Engineering

Award of Excellence has been
awarded to Michael S. Berne, a
graduating student of General Mo-
tors Institute. --
The . award is given by the Sagi-
Valley Chapter of the Ameri-
Institute of Industrial Engi-
eers to a GMI student in the five-
year program based on his work
and final project work.

Community
Calendar

the University of Michigan Medical
School. He will assist in evaluating
the intensive coronary care unit at
the University of Missouri Hospital
and in studying the possibility of
Aug. 3— Willowood Square
establishing units in smaller hospi-
tals.
Dance, 8:30 p.m.
He also will participate in a
Aug. 7 —• Willowood Twilight
study of geographic differences in
heart disease mortality.
Golf.

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Mrs.' Fannie Berg

Mrs. Fannie Berg, 'a partner in
the Imperial Store, 2127 Lewis,
from 1923 to 1961, died July 24, at
age 85.
Mrs. Berg, 923 Kensington, was
a founder of the general merchan-
dise outlet. A native of Russia, she
came to Flint 50 years ago. She
was a member of Cong. Beth
Israel and a life member of Ha-
dassah.
She leaves her husband, Jacob;
a daughter, Naomi;- and a sister,
Mrs. Bessie Epstein.

AJCongress .Reports
36 Church-State Suits
in U.S.; Two in State

NEW YORK—The latest nation-
wide survey by the American Jew-
ish Congress of current cases
involving issues of church-state
separation and religious freedom
shows that more than half of the
'36 pending cases deal with the
single question of public aid to
church and synagogue schools.
Two suits have been filed in Mich-
igan.
Howard M. Squadron, chairman
of • the Congress' commission on
law and social action, noted that
the 36 cases comprise the largest
number of current lawsuits in the
church-state field since the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress issued its
first listing of such suits in Janu-
ary 1966. The 36 pending cases
compare with 30 as of December
1967.
The results of the most recent
survey, dated July 1 and just pub-
lished in the Congress' periodic
"Docket of Pending Church-State
Litigation," lists 36 active church-
state cases in 24 state and 12 fed-
eral courts. Of these, 19 bear
on the propriety of gOvernment
grants or other- public 'aid to re-
ligiously-affiliated schools.
Another suit challenges state
laws providing for auxiliary edu-
cational services to parochial
school pupils on a parity with the
provision of such services to pub-
lic school students.

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