THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
12—Friday, November 6, 1970
Back From WA Mission
Kasle Enthused Over Israel Trip
"Only by seeing first hand what
the enormous human needs are in
Israel, and by talking to the people
of Israel, can an American fully
appreciate what the present situa-
tion :s," Louis
Kasle declared on
his return from
the 1971 United
Study Mission, in
which he and his
Led by Edward
Ginsberg, U J A
general c h a i r-
man, the group
spoke with imnu:-
grants from France, Iran, India
and Eastern Europe "and then
joined them for an impromptu
round of Hebrew songs and
dances," stated Kasle. "The air-
port reception was an emotional,
inspiring experience. The warmth
with which the new immigrants
were greeted by the Israelis, and
the way in which we, as Jews from
many differ ent countries, just
seemed to come together, was
something I'll never forget.
"We met with General Uzi Nar-
kiss,. director general of immigra-
tion. General Narkiss was particu-
larly enthusiastic about the num-
ber of new immigrants who arrived
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Jeralyn Pinsky and Linda Albert
will do "Classroom Happenings,"
and Julie Wasserman will stage a
puppet show for early elementary
At a joint meeting of Bnai
Brith Housman and Women's
Lodge, "The World of Sholom
Aleichem" will be presented by
Eileen Newman 2:30 p.m. Sun-
At a joint meeting of Ahavas
Israel and Temple Emanuel Sister-
hoods and Hadassah, Linda Albert
will review "The Pledge" by Leon-
ard Slater 12:30 p.m. Tuesday
Luncheon will be served.
A Hadassah tea, with the pro-
gram "Books for the Ages—Litera-
ture and Music from Kindergarten
to College" will be held 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday. Margit Sarre, Hyla
Jacobson, Sandy Whitman and
Eileen Goldberg will present the
• • •
Hadassah will hear Prof. Amnon
Rubinstein 8 p.m. Nov. 15 at Tem-
ple Emanuel. The topic will be
"Six Days Plus Three Years—Ma
Inieh Hasof—What Will Be the
End?" Dr. Rubinstein is dean of
the law faculty at Tel Aviv Uni-
versity, as well as a journalist,
writer and television commentator.
• • •
Jill Kramer will observe her Bat
Mitzva 8:15 p.m. today at Cong.
Ahavas Israel. Joseph Pryweller
will have his Bar Mitzva Nov. 14.
• • •
Rabbi Joel Chazin has begun a
Tuesday evening discussion group
on Jewish mysticism at the syna
Grand Rapids Temple Youth is in
the midst of a year-long tutoring
program at Alexander School, an
elementary school in the inner city.
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lin t Leader, Dies
Anna Kurtz, formerly of Flint,
died Oct. 28 in Sarasota at age 73.
Mrs. Kurtz, with her husband
Samuel, founded Flint Memorial
Park in 1933 and actively worked
the past 37 years in and with the
cemetery and mausoleum.
She was an active member with
her husband in the National Asso-
ciation of Cemeteries for the past
32 years, and attended the conven-
tions and meetings of this national
Mrs. Kurtz was born in Austria
and had lived in Flint for the past
50 years, moving to Florida four
She married Kurtz Oct. 31, 1922.
Mrs. Kurtz was a member of
Temple Beth El, Cong. Beth Israel,
Hadassah, Bnai Brith Women,
Sisterhood Temple in Sarasota,
Flint Jewish Community Council
and Sarasota Jewish Community
Surviving besides her husband
are a daughter, Mrs. Rita J. Silver-
man; a sister, Mrs. Regina Gross-
man of Yonkers; two brothers,
Morris and Isadore Goldenberg of
Flint; and three grandchildren.
Joanne Goldman, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Don L. Goldman, will be
called to the Torah as a Bat Mitz-
vah Nov. 14 at Cong. Beth Israel.
Koshruth Supervision by
prominent Orthodox Rabbi:
Rabbi Ben Zion Rosenthal
and two steady Mashgichim
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Mrs. Louis Hurwitz, president of
Genesee Chapter, Michigan Society
for Mental Health, announces the
November chapter meeting for
noon Thursday at the Community
Services Building. Lee Wallace,
field representative from the Michi-
gan State Department of Mental
Health, will speak on "Family Care
Placement in the Community and
Its Implications." Those wishing
to order a box lunch at a nominal
fee may contact Mrs. Betty Sta-
siak, SU 9-6886, or at work, CE 8-
• • •
Frank M. Friedman, Instructor
in French and director of the lan-
guage laboratories at Genesee
Community College, represented
his alma mater, Western Michigan
University, at the formal inaugura-
tion of Dr. Russell V. DeLong,
president of Owosso College. Fried-
man is corresponding secretary of
Flint Bnai Brith Lodge.
and the Gang
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today. He said that the Jewish
Agency was expecting more than Lew Norman to Head
50,000 newcomers to arrive in
Bond Dinner Program
Israel during 1971.
The Flint Committee for State of
"The new immigrants receive Israel Bonds will sponsor an Israel
a substantial amount of humani- 22nd anniversary dinner 6:30 p.m.
tarian aid through programs sup- Nov. 22 at Cong. Beth IsraeL
ported with funds raised by the
Dr. Bertram Marx, chairman for
UJA. Our Mission continued from
the airport to four absorption State of Israel Bonds in Flint, said
dinner also will celebrate the
centers, where many of the Im-
migrants will live for the next 20th anniversary of the Israel Bond
five months, learning Hebrew campaign.
Lew Norman, whose one-man
and securing employment and
performances at Carnegie and
Town Halls have won critical ac-
"We traveled to the Beit Shean claim, will head
Valley, Jerusalem, Masada, and a the program.
Joint Distribution Committee-Mal-
A veteran of
ben Home for the Aged. Addition- the Yiddish Art
ally, we attended meetings with Theater, Norman
representatives of the Jewish was the producer
Agency as well as government of the Broadway
Kasle said he will speak to Story," which
friends, neighbors and business won the Maxwell
associates and urge them to visit Anderson Award.
Israel this fall and winter, so that
they, too, may come to a clearer and reservations.
understanding of their responsibil- contact Mrs. Sol
ities as members of the world Jew- Schafer, 3221 Hel-
ber, Flint, 233-
Book Fair to Open in Grand Rapids
In connection with the Jewish
Book Fair Nov. 8-11 at Ahavas
Israel, the religious school will
have a "Happening in Literature'
for its students and those of Tem-
ple Emanuel 10:30 a.m. Sunday in
the synagogue social hall.
Rabbi Chazin of Ahavas Israel
and Rabbi Eisenberg of Emanuel
will extend greetings, and a sing-
out will be conducted by Dr.
Eugene Cohen, Stuart Rapaport
and Burt Bach.
Dean Subar and Joe Pryweller
will offer a dramatic presentation;
Nov. 9—Hadassah Board Meeting
10—Temple Beth El Sister
hood Meeting, 12:30 p.m.
10—Bnai Brith Women Board
Meeting, 8 p.m., home of
Mrs. Andrew Winston
12—JWVA Meeting, 8:30 p.m.,
Cong. Beth Israel
• • •
Flint Auxiliary of Jewish War
Veterans will host the Michigan
Department of JWVA 8:30 p.m.
Thursday at Cong. Beth Israel. Re-
freshments will be served after the
meeting. Mrs. Gordon Suber is
chairman. To celebrate Veterans
Day, an oneg Shebat will be held
at Temple Beth El next Friday.
Mrs. Jerome Yale is chairman.
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