Top Teen Bowlers
in Flint Program
Mrs. Percy Braun, chairman of
the Flint Jewish Community Coun-
cil's tween bowling program, an-
nounces the winners in this year's
First place in 5th and 6th grade
division: David Kaplan, Scott Klein,
Sandy Goldberg and Joni Hilson;
1st place in 7th and 9th grade divi-
sion: Jeff Kaplan, Wendy Braun,
Brad Newman and Jon Pines.
Most improved bowlers: Joni
Hilson and David Kaplan; high
average: Sheila Goldberg and Da-
vid Magidsohn, perfect'attendance,
Jeff Kaplan, Wendy Braun, Beth
Schwartz, Barbie Weston, Lori
Suber, Marlene Kaplan and Gary
High 1 actual: Sheila Goldberg
and Jeff Kaplan; High 2 actual:
Andrea Wax and Max Engelman;
High 1 handicaP: Marlene Kaplan;
and David Kaplan; High 2 handi-
cap: Marcia Blum and Jon Pines.
I Day Service
By ALFRED E. KLEIN,
President Flint Jewish Community Council
Among the peaks of the Jewish calendar year is surely the
advent of the 3,000-year-old Festival of Passover. This is the time
when the memory of our people stirs us to feel first-hand the
many acts in the Passover drama of Freedom—Emancipation,
Exodus . . . and Wandering in the Wilderness.
As we seat ourselves at the seder table once more this year,
even in the midst of this warmest and most intimate of family
occasions, the thoughts of many will reach to others far away.
It is in keeping with the Passover tradition to be concerned with
those who cannot observe Passover according to the ancient
ritual, who cannot honor it in a manner they would wish.
For all too many Jews, to be a "slave in Egypt" is not a
matter of past history, but a fact of today's existence.
I think of the tens of thousands of our fellow Jews who are
still "slaves unto Pharoah" in lands of persecution; who will
have to join with family and friends for the seder in secret, if
I think of the brave people in Israel's Beit Shean Valley
whose once-famed flower gardens will not blossom this Passover
because they have been uprooted. In their place now are deep
underground shelters where the children of the settlements sleep
every night relatively safe from the constant artillery barrages.
I think of the young men who will spend their Passover this
year by the Suez Canal, not knowing when death and destruction
will rain from the skies again.
On behalf of the officers and staff of the Flint Jewish Com-
munity Council, I urge you, too, to think of these people this
Passover, include the Matzo of Hope statement in your seder,
and accept your responsibility to them. In doing so, your own
holiday will become even more meaningful.
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JNF Council Will Celebrate
Golden Jubilee, Honor Founder
A half century of service to the tivity here. With the founding of
Jewish Community and to Israel the council, an expanded program
will be observed at the annual din- of communitywide activity was be-
ner of the Jewish National Fund, gun. Today the council plants an
which this year will honor the average of 300 trees per day, to
golden jubilee of the JNF Council assist in reclamation of land in
in metropolitan Detroit and its Israel.
founder, Philip Slomovitz.
The dinner will
be held June 17
at Cong Shaarey
Zedek, it was an-
nounced by Irwin
I. Cohn, who has
The Jewish Community Council
of Metropolitan Detroit final
by David P. Zack.
delegate assembly of the sea.,
president of the
son will be held 8:30 p.m. May II
JNF Council of
at the Jewish Center, it was an
nounced by Judge Lawrence Gm
' Highlight of the assembly will
tor and publisher
be an open forum on the question
of The Jewish I
of whether Council should be in-
News, was first
' volved in efforts to amend the state
president of the -
constitution as to prohibit the
use of public funds in support of
ating body of all JNF activities in private and parochial education.
metropolitan Detroit. Today some
Other items on the agenda in-
85 organizations are affiliated with clude the annual election of offi-
the JNF council.
cers and executive committee
At the time of its founding, in members; and the presentation of
1918, community flower and flag Council's annual youth award.
days, along with Blue Box collec-
Members of the League of Jewish
tions, were the extent of JNF ac- Women's Organizations will serve
as hostesses at a social hour fol-
lowing the assembly.
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Sinai Hospital Names
Director of Nursing
FERRANTE and TEICHER,
Mary E. Westmeyer has been who perform at the Masonic Audi-
April 25, are riding high m
appointed director of nursing at
Sinai Hospital of Detroit, it was the record charts with theme mu-
announced by administrator Syd- sic from two Academy Award-
winning films, "Z" and "Midnight
ley C. Peimer.
A graduate of Mercy School of Cowboy." These keyboard rendi-
are the latest in a long string
Nursing in Toledo, Miss Westmey-
ur received a BS degree in nursing of Ferrante and Teicher tunes
pictures, a record so
from Mary Manse College.
Before coming to Sinai, she was impressive that the duet is often
employed at • called the "Movie Theme Team."
Mercy Hospital in
Toledo, w her e
she served as
head nurse in pe-
director of nurs-
ing, clinical co-
ordinator of the
p r o g r a m and Miss Westmeyer
clinical instructor of the diploma
CALL US AT 353-1300 FOR FURTHER DETAILS
Miss Westmeyer came to Sinai
"Better Buick's Are Tamaroff Buicks"
in 1962 as a staff nurse. In her
seven years with the hospital, she
has served as head nurse in pedia-
trics, supervisor, and assistant
director of nursing. Before her re-
cent promotion, she spent six
months, as acting director of nurs-
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