10—Friday, May 1, 1970
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Community C ouncil Report
Senior Friendship Club Honors Kasle, Sendler
to Speak on Jewish
The Senior Friendship Club of
the Flint Jewish Community Coun-
cil sponsored a Passover recep-
tion honoring Louis Kasle. Presen-
Sociologist, author and educator tations by Percy Kaplan of the
Jewish National Fund were made
to Kasle and to Israel Sendler for
Youth and Edu-
cation" 7:30 p.m.
Community Relations Com- petition and urge members of the Temple Beth El.
mittee became involved -in a community to help secure names.
hearty debate over the petition to They may call Elliot or Bert
amend the constitution in an effort Marx for copies.
to prevent the use of public funds
A report by Malcolm Isaacs
for nonpublic schools.
on his recent trip to Israel with
"Historically, the Council has his wife was another highlight
always opposed the use of public of the meeting. (See The Jewish
funds for nonpublic schools," said • News, April 24.)
Dr. Jack Stanzler, CRC chairman.
Martin Suber reports that
"but part 3 of this petition states
plans for the CRC conference
that the legislature may provide
almost complete. Hy Klein
for the transportation of students,
has joined Suber's planning com-
to and from any school. We would
with representatives of
traditionally support a petition of
the University of Michigan: The
this type except for this stipula-
concerned with "The
tion on bussing. We feel that the
Jew and tl:e American Univer-
survival and future of public
be held June 7 at
schools lies in efforts to block
Temple Beth El.
state aid to nonpublic schools, and
Michael Pelavin announced the
then follow through with education
East Central States Regional
Dr. Bert Marx. chairman of the Young Leadership Conference will
church-state subcommittee, and be held May 22-24 at the Statler
his wife. Elliot. are spearheading Hilton Hotel in Detroit. Young
local efforts to circulate this peti- people interested in attending may
tion. Although the committee did contact Pelavin or Leon Rosky.
not feel Council could support the The next meeting of the CRC will
entire petition without surrender- be held 8:30 p.m. May 11 at Tem-
ing its principles. Council will join ple Beth El. Everyone is welcome,
in the efforts to circulate this especially teen-agers.
Sisterhood Show, Sale Sunday
Shapiro will be
in Flint as part
of this y ea r's
program, but be-
cause of the wide
interest in his
recognized stature, the entire Jew-
ish community is invited.
Dr. and Mrs. William Bernard.
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Goldstein
and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Schrei-
ber are co-chairmen of the Young
Shapiro was associated for 17
years with the American Jewish
Committee, which he served suc-
cessively as community relations
consuultant. national director of
program and field services and
national director of its Jewish
communal affairs department.
He has directed surveys of
I Bar Mitzva 1
La Salle Place.
Evergreen & 12 Mile Rd.
Flint dentist Dr. Max S. Hart.
was re-elected to the board of
trustees of the Michigan Dental
Association at the group's annua
four-day scientific and business
session in Detroit.
Motor Lodge. Miller Rd.
6—Beth Israel Sisterhood
Tor a h Fund Luncheon,
12:30 p m.
—Young Leadership Group Summer Camping Plans
Sponsoring Guest Speaker, for 'Special Children'
Manheim Shapiro, 7:30
NEW YORK—Special children
Temple Beth El
—.1w-CA Boa rd Meeting, from age 8 to 12 whose mental and
capacities fall below the
—Cong.. Beth Israel Board normal expectations of that age
group will be the beneficiaries of
Meeting . 8:30 p.m.
Bnai Brith Lodge will feature
an "Israel Night" at its meeting
8:30 p.m.. Tuesday. at Howard
Johnson's Motor Lodge on Stiller
a new summer camp residential
camping program sponsored by the
commission of Jewish education
of the United Synagogue of Ameri-
Known as the Tikvah Program,
the new concept in residential
camping is designed to aid in the
development and growth of the
child, both physically and men-
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Iladassah will pay tribute to
Leona Stills at a luncheon meet-
ing at Cong. Beth Israel. 12:30
p.m.. May 11. "Shalom," with
lyrics by Reva Ratner. will be religious framework, concentrat-
presented. Script co-ordinator is ing on the skills of Jewish living.
The camps will be in operation
Florence Tucker: pianist, Marge
Bernstein: and cast—Florence Ep-
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May 3-5--Temple Beth El Sister -
hood Antique Show
4—Beth Israel Sisterhood
Board Meeting. 12:30 p.m.
5—Bnai Brith Meeting, 8:30
p.m., Howard Johnson's
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the attitudes and activities of
Jews in four different American
cities and in Mexico City. He
has written extensively and serv-
ed as a ccnsultatnt to the State
Department on human rights
programs; leadership develop-
ment; and to numerous other
researa ■ and service organiza-
. . . Goings
Douglas Goldstein, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Goldstein, will be
called to the Torah as a Bar Mitzva
May 9 at Temple Beth El.
Shapiro has traveled throughout
Temple Beth El will open its tries and other delicacies for
the United States as a consul-
doors Sunday for its 14th annual snacks and lunches. Parking is
tant and lecturer. -He was edu-
Eastern Michigan Antique Show free.
cated at Brooklyn College, the
Mrs. Robert Mitchell and Sirs.
and Sale, sponsored by the temple
Brooklyn Institute of Arts and
sisterhood. The exhibit will be Ted Harrison are co-chairmen of
Sciences, the University of Michi-
open from noon to 10 p.m. Sunday the event.
gan, New School for Social Re-
and Monday and noon to 9 p.m.
, search and the Isaac Elhanan
More than 30 dealers from the
Midwest and New York will show
Bethany Schwartz, granddaugh- 1 Sarah Horn, Age 89
glassware, china, jewelry, art
objects, silver, stamps and furni- ter of Mrs. Rose Schwartz, will be I Sara Horn, 1801 W. Dartmouth,
ture. Of special interest is a collec- called to the Torah as a Bat died April 20 at age 89.
Mrs. Horn was born in Poland
tion of stained giass windows Mitzva May 9 at Cong Beth
and had been a resident of Flint
which will be available for pur- Israel.
the last five years, coming from
Chicago. Surviving are two sons,
There will be several portrait
Abe and Harry of Chicago; a
artists to do pastels. The tea
Mrs. Pearl Kimen; six
room will serve homemade pas-
man, 1726 Lynbrook, a daughter, grandchildren and seven great-
Barbara Ilene. grandchildren. Interment Chicago.
the trees planted in Israel in the
name of Mr. Sendler and the late-
Mrs. Sendler. Heading the com-
mittee planning this event were
Mrs. Eve Fisher, president of the
club, and Dr. Evelyn Golden, ad-
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