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March 21, 1969 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-03-21

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New Task Force on Education Draws
Attention to Public Schools' Distress

As the result of a recent meeting
with state legislators on the ques-
tion of the mounting public school
crisis, the newly created Metro-
politan Task Force on Education is
mobilising grass-, .
roots support for
state aid under
the leadership of '
Mrs. Stephen
Rose, chairman.
Mrs. Rose, who
heads the Na-
tional Council of
Jewish Women's
legislative c o m-_ A
j.
mittee f or the
Mrs. Rose
Detroit Chapter, said the task
force must convince the general
public of the urgent problems con-
fronting Michigan's public schools
and to that end will offer literature
and/or speaker to any group re-
questing it.
A Detroit mother of three, Mrs.
Rose emphasized that this is not
Detroit's problem alone. Suburban
school districts have their prob-
lems too. "And suburbia has the
power to do something about
this," she said. "Our state repre-
sentatives will act toward sound
fiscal educational reform only
when they are made aware of the
public's demand for it"
She urged individuals and or-
ganizations to write the repre-
sentatives from their district to
urge legislative action for the
state to assume some of the
school's financial harden.
Without this, and without re-
form, "Thousands of our children

are being confronted with the pos-
sible danger of only half-day ses-
sions and inadequate facilities."
For a speaker or copies of the task
force's "Guidelines for Financing
Public Schools in Michigan," call
Mrs. Rose, 342-5514. The task force
is a coalition of some 30 commu-
nal, professional, religious and
educational organizations.

Sandra Stein Engaged
to Barry Philip August

BEL-CREST STUDIO

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PARTY ACCESSORIES

and

SATURDAY 9:30 TO 9 !

!Fr

SUNDAY

MISS SANDRA STEIN

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Sherman
of Northgate Blvd., Oak Park, and
Mr. Benjamin Stein of Northgate
Blvd., Oak Park, announce the
engagement of their daughter San-
dra Lee to .Barry Philip August,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton August
of Greenfield Rd., Royal Oak.
Miss Stein is, a senior in the
Wayne State University College of
Education. Her fiance attends the
Illinois College of Optometry.
An Aug. 3 marriage is planned.

Unbelievable!

Brand New

SPRING
SUITS!

Yesterday

amp and unslnkably
Duffy matzo balls. Kosher

SUNDAY!

SATURDAY!

EXACTLY

ibr Passover; traditionally

delicious*

Me
Welt/ Kosher for Passover
Wider rabbinical suosrvisiosof

RABBI AARON SOLOVEICHIK
RABBI N. BIALIK
Aron Streit. Inc.,
2 1. MOWN Street, N.Y., N.Y. 10002

Beautiful
& "In" For Now!

Covert Dress

With

City Pants !

$19 ki

Regularly
40.00

Feminine and
flirty for the be-
witching hours
... Spring White

and Spring Gold.

$80 & $90

Vow holiday table In no

place for home-made
'cannon-balls." Tryout
peaos-formule. In 20 min-
utes you'll serve portent

Rapturously

Brand New

Jack Gorback of JACK GOR-
BACK STUDIO OF PHOTOGRA-
PHY, 19492 Livernois, attended the
28th annual convention of the Pro-
fessional Photographers of Michi-
gan at the Pantlind Hotel, Grand
Rapids.

Matzo Ball Soup

SATURDAY!
Special !

SPRING
COSTUMES!

Business Brief

The peace-loving

Juba

Suburban

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citations

Friday, March 21, 1969-31

GREEN-8 CENTER ONLY !
SHOP SUNDAY-12 TO 5

GM Research Head
to Address Local
Technion Chapter

Paul F. Chenea, scientific direc-
tor of General Motors Research
Laboratories, will discuss "Trends
in Engineering Education," at a
meeting of the American Technion
Society, Detroit Chapter, 8 p.m.
Thursday at Cong. Bnai David. He
will be introduced
by Julius Har-
wood, assistant
director of Ford
Motor Co. Scien-
tific Research
Laboratories.
Chenea's de-
grees and honor-
ary degrees in-
clude a BS in civil
engineering from Chenea
the University of California; an
MS and PhD in engineering me-
chanics from the University of
Michigan; doctor of science, Rose
Polytechnic Institute; doctor of en-
gineering, Purdue; and doctor of
engineering scknce, Tri-State Col-
lege, Angola, ind. He is also a
fellow in the American Society of
Mechanical Engineers and the
American Academy of Arts and
3311PS Grand River
at Farmington Read
Sciences.
WEDDINGS • PORTRAITS
Following military service,
BAR MITZVAS
Chenea served on the University
474-7762
of Michigan faculty while pursu-
ing his doctorate. At Purdue, be
held many posts as an educator-
administrator, including bead of
engineering sciences and asso-
ciate dean of engineering. He
was visiting Webster professor
at Massachusetts Institute of
Technology, head of its school of
mechanical engineering, acting
head of the diviskon of mathema-
tical sciences and vice president
for academic affairs.
** ENTERTAINMENT ** Chenea has served as a consult-
* COMEDIANS, SINGERS,
-pc ant to government and numerous
DANCERS, ACCORDIONISTS, -lc industrial firms. He is author or
.,1PtIPPET SHOW, PICK POCKET* co-author of a dozen publications,
has held important posts in many
-
GOOD MUSIC
national societies and organiza-
*S'eymour Schwartz Agency
tions and served as consultant to
the Army Scientific Advisory Panel.
Members' wives and guests are
invited,
and refreshments will be
New Confirmation
served.

TIE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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