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December 04, 1970 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-12-04

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Jewish Spirit .

MILWAUKEE — At least one
Milwaukee Christian will be able
to celebfate Christmas Eve this
year, instead of working the night
shift.
Albert Rosen, a Jew, has offered
to work for any Gentile that night
without charge. He said: "I can
pump gas or carry a bedpan in a
hospital. I know there is always
someone who has to work on
Christmas Eve."

Samuel Kurtz, former Flint resi-
dent of Sarasota, died at age 74.
Mr. Kurtz was born in Austria,
and resided in Flint for 50 years
before moving to Florida four
years ago.
He was a member of Temple
Beth El. Cong. Beth Israel, Temple
Beth El in Sarasota, Bnai Brith,
Flint Jewish Community Council,
Sarasota Jewish Community Coun-
cil, the Elks, National Association

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of Cemeteries and its Quarter Cen-
tury Club and honorary member
of the sheriff's department.
Mr. Kurtz was founder and pres-
ident of Flint Memorial Park Ceme-
tery, Mausoleum Park Cemetery,
Mausoleum and Crematorium. He
founded the Flint Memorial Park
in 1933 with his wife, Anna, and
they actively worked the last 37
years in the cemetery.
Surviving are a daughter. Mrs.
Rita J. Silverman of Sarasota; two
broth er s, one sister and three
grandchildren.
Mr. Kurtz's wife Anna preceded
him in death Oct. 28.

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Ex-Flint Intern Wins
Prize for Research

Former Flint physician Dr. Stan-
ley Cassan, 34. has won a 51,000
research award from the Ameri-
can College of Chest Physicians.
A Mayo Clinic graduate school
resident in chest diseases, Cassan
was given the award for the best
pulmonary disease research paper
in the United States by an indi-
vidual under 35.
Cassan received his medical de-
gree in 1962 from McGill University
in Montreal where he interned be-
fore coming to Flint.
He was in general practice here
for three years before going to
Rochester, Minn., to begin his resi-
dency.

Community
Calendar

Dec. 7—Hadassah Meeting, 12:30
p.m., Cong. Beth Israel
—Council Commission on
Jewish Education Meet-
ing, 8 p.m., offices of B.
M. Pelavin
8—Temple Beth El Sister-
hood Meeting, 12:30 p.m.
—Bnai Brith Women Open
Board Meeting, 8:30 P.m.
10—JWVA Hanuka Party,
8:30 p.m.

Comings...
and
. . . Goings

James Hallem, who received his
juris doctor degree from the iDe-
troll College of Law in June,
passed the November Michigan
State Bar examination.
• • •
Jack Kippelman, elected presi-
dent of Flushing Valley Golf and
Country Club, was officially in-
stalled at the president's ball held
recently.

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easily arranged. And, at no increase
in fare.

A two-or three-week fare costs just
$440. Mandatory land arrangements
are an extra $59.

Still not enough time?

$449 gets you a 30-day trip. Then, for
$499, you may stay for up to a year.

El Al gets you to Israel quickly, too,
since it's the only airline that offers
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Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary
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the home of Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Wiseman, to raise funds for Jewish
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The Anatomy of Aliya

JERUSALEM (ZINS)—Since the
Six-Day War, 100,000 new immi-
grants have arrived in Israel:
33,000 from Europe; 18,500 from
North America; 7,500 from Latin
America; 39,500 from Asia and
Africa; 1,500 from South Africa
and Kenya.
The average age of the new
olim is a youthful one: 39,000 were
age 19 or younger; 25,000 were In
the age bracket 20.29; 20,000 in the
bracket 30.39 years; and only 5,000
older than 56.
A total of 39.1 per cent of all
new immigrants were academi-
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12—Friday, December 4, 1970

Samuel Kurtz, 74, Dies in Florida

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