The 27th anniversary commemo-
ration o! the Warsaw Ghetto Up-
rising, dedicated to the martyrs
and survivors of the Warsaw
Ghetto, will be held S:30 p.m. April
17 at Temple Beth El.
The program is sponsored by the
Flint Jewish Community Counci!,
Cong. Beth Israel and Beth El.
Services will be conducted by
Rabbi Hillel I. Millgram of Beth
Israel: Rabbi David Fass of Beth
El: Alfred E. Klein of the Council:
Marvin Levey of Beth El; and
Murray E. Moss of Beth Israel.
to Be Forum
NEW YORK cJT.10 — A con-
frontation between Arab and Jew-
ish militants at Judson Memorial
Church in Greenwich Village was
subdued before their anger could
erupt into violence.
The Arabs. who described them-
selves as "Palestinian refugees"
staged a six-hour demonstration
in the church, disrupting services
to protest what it called its pro-
Their self-styled leader. John
Lawrence. head of the anti-Israel
group FAIR (Federated Ameri-
cans Against Imperialism and
Racism), said they sought to ex-
pose alleged attacks on pro-Arab
groups in the city by "Jewish van-
dais, Jewish racists and their
criminal supporters." as well as
Israeli "murder of Arab children
On hearing of the demonstra-
tion, members of the Jewish De-
fense League converged on the
According to the Rev. Howard
Moody. senior minister of the
church. they ordered him to
clear the Arabs out in two hours
or they would take unilateral ac-
tion. Rev. Moody told the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency he refused
to accede to their demands, and
instead spoke with the Arabs.
who, he reported. had been du-
ped by Lawrence. "They wanted
their complaints (about Israel)
to be heard and we heard
them." he said. After that "there
wasn't any problem."
Lawrence had apparently select-
ed the Judson church as a sym-
bol of Protestant pro-Israel policy.
"He' claims I'm pro-Israel. which
I am." Rev. Moody commented.
Earlier in the day. the JDL held
memorial services in front of the
United Arab Republic Mission to
the United Nations, on behalf of
civilian victims of "Arab terror-
ism during the past half century."
Eta Shoichet, Age 81
Eta Shoichet, 1909 Seneca. died
April 2 at age Si.
Mrs. Shoichet was born in Rus-
sia, the daughter of Samuel and
Millie Schulman Kleiner. She was
a member of Cong. Beth 'Israel.
Surviving a r e her husband.
Meyer: four sons. Joseph, David.
Sol and Na sthan Schafer: a daugh-
ter. Mrs. Mania Weinstein: broth-
er. Abraharn Kleiner: two sisters.
Mrs. Rae Schafer and Mrs. Clara
Aisenberg of Brazil: 14 grandchil-
dren and thi-ee great-grandchildren.
Ell crit i mC11IS
Nancy Jeanne Gordon and. Mar
tin Neal Seif will exchange mar
riage vows in June. She is the
daughter of Mrs. Martin H. Gordon
of Hampden Rd. and the late Mr.
Gordon. He is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Emanuel Seif of New Ro-
chelle. N.Y. Miss Gordon. who at-
tended the University of Michigan,
is a senior at New York University.
where she will graduate this June.
Mr. Self. a graduate of L. -M. is
working on his doctorate in psy-
chology at the New School for
Social Research in New York.
Florence Laro, 54,
Beth Israel Leader
Mrs. Ben Bayer, newly installed
coordinator for Bnai Brith Women
of Flint, will host a mini-lunch for
the membership at an open board
meeting 12:30 p.m. Tusday at the
Miller Road Apartments clubhouse.
This meeting will be an indoctrin-
ation for all memberS as to the
aims and puropses of Bnai Brith
Women, including support of a
children's home for the emotionally
disturbed in Israel. Mrs. Bertram
Marx, who just returned from an
international convention in Israel.
will give some highlights of her
trip. Mesdames Arthur Silverman.
Marvin Persky and Ted Goldberg
will assist. •
Florence Laro, 413 Bella Vista,
Grand Blanc, died March 29 at
To Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Persky.
a son. David Evan.
at Church in Protest
Author Meyer Levin will discuss
"The American Jewish Literary
Scene-1970" 8 p.m. Sunday at
Cong. Beth Israel, as part of the
Flint Jewish Community Council
Forum '70 Cultural Series. Levin
is author of "The Old Bunch."
"Compulsion." "In Search,"
"The Fanatic" and "The Story of
Israel." as well as the recent
"Gore and Vidal." Tickets may
be purchased at the door.
Tween Bowling Banquet
Mrs. Percy Braun, chairman of
the Tween Bowling League spon-
sored by the Flint Jewish Commu-
nity Council. announces the bowl-
ing banquet will be held 4:30 p.m.
Sunday at Town and Country
This- year. the league. composed
of 5th-8th-graders, had 64 bowlers
who bowled every other Sunday
during fall and winter. Awards
will be presented.
April 12—Tween Bowling Banquet,
4:30 p.m.. Town and
—Beth Israel PTA, 2-4 p.m.
— Forum '70 Cultural
Series — Meyer Levin. 8
p.m.. Cong. Beth Israel
•• 13—Council Community Rela-
tions Committee Meeting.
8 p.m.. Temple Beth El
14—Bnai Brith Women Mini-
Luncheon, 12:30 p. m.,
Miller Rd. West Club-
—Young Leadership Group
Meting. 7:30 p.m.. home
of Mr. and Mrs. Ted
—Bnai Brith Men's Bowl-
ing Banquet, 6:30 p.m.
15—Hadassah Meeting, 12:30
—Bnai Brith Mixed Dou-
bles Bowling Banquet.
16—Cong. Beth Israel Board
of Education Meeting. I
17—Warsaw Ghetto Memor-
ial Program. 5:30 p.m..
Temple Beth El
THE DETROIT JEWISH HEWS
18—Friday, April 10, 1970
Bnai Brith Women Set
Lawrence Wolf, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Laro was born in Detroit, Mrs. Melvyn Wolf, will be called
the Torah as Bar Mitzva April
the daughter of David and Gussie
Chereton and had lived in Flint 18 at Cong. Beth Israel.
and Genesee County for the last
She was a member of Cong. Beth
Israel. president of Beth Israel
Sisterhood for two terms, member
of the tong. board and the board
of education, served on the Board
of Michigan Branch of National
Women's League and was a mem-
ber of Hadasssah.
Surving are her husband, Sam;
a son. David of New York: a
daughter. Mrs. J. Bernard Sloan;
two brothers, Harry Chereton of
Miami and I. Chereton of Detroit;
and four grandchildren.
oung Leaders-- Group
to Hear Budgeting Talk
Dr. and Mrs. William Bernard,
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Goldstein and
and Mrs. Gerald Schreiber, co-
April 10—Stephanie Whitman Ba
Mitzva, Temple Emanue chairmen of the Young Leadership
have announced that Dr.
12—Model S e d e r. Temple
James Young, national director of
Council of Jewish
—Grand Rapids Temple
Federations and Welfare Funds,
for the 1970
14—Ahavas Israel Sisterhood
Young Leadership Training Group,
the home of
—Bnai Br it h Women's
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Himelhoch.
Dr. Young's topic for this sev-
16--Hadassah Board Meeting
17-19—Michigan State Temple enth meting, will be "Budgeting."
Youth Boar d, Temple
17—Temple Emanuel Cul-
I N) On!. women's reducing
re•i.rt en the maims-4
SCHECHTER & HIRSCH'S
Hadassah Evening Group will
meet 8 p.m. Monday at the home
of Mrs. Izi Bass. 4139 Saxony Ct.
SE. Mrs. Phyllis Lindsey and Mrs.
Jani Alexander, members of the
Kent County Welfare League, will
speak about the problems of wel-
fare recipients. Officers will be
Temple Emanuel Men's Club is
taking reservations for the first
Spring Cotillion, to be held 8:30
p.m. May 9 at the temple. Under
the direction of co-chairmen Sam
Kravitz and Ben Pious, the event
will include a full-course dinner
and dancing to the Sandy Norian
orchestra. For tickets, call Kra-
vitz, 241-3144, or Pious, 452-6772.
The Temple Emanuel board of
trustees voted to allocate 5700 to
the hot lunch program sponsored
by the New Hope Church. when it
was learned that the church was
in need of supplemental funds.
Ahavas Israel Sisterhood will
Beth Israel PTA will sponsor an hold its annual donor dinner 6:30
open house 2-4 p.m. Sunday. Fea- p.m. Tuesday at the synagogue.
tured will be educational displays, Co-chairmen are Mrs. Percy Ber-
shown to Flint educators during man and Mrs. Victor Levenburg,
this past week.
assisted by Evelyn Rosenfeld and
Anne Dolinka. Sisterhood members
will be joined by some husbands
Temple Beth El Sisterhood's 37th and USY'ers in a musical farce
annual donor will be held 7 p.m. directed by Evelyn Pryweller.
April 18. Dinner will be followed Marca Muskin will be piano ac-
by a program presented by Cantor companist.
Harold Orbach. Chairmen Mrs.
Richard Thal and Mrs. Robert
Gutterman announced that this
Rhett Pinsky, a member of Tem-
occasion also will honor Mrs. Harry ple Emanuel, is a candidate in the
Mills for her many years of serv- forthcoming charter revision com-
ice to the sisterhood and temple.
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