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November 05, 1971 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-11-05

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Hadassah- Says Thank -on for. Gift

Responding to the needs of teen-
agers, the Flint Jewish Community
:Council's board of governors has
- acted upon recommendations of the
.youth activities committee and
rented a site at 3510 Fenton, as a

youth- center.
The report of the committee, co-
chaired - by Malcolm Isaacs,
Carl Rittman and Dr. Morton Stan-
ley, pointed out that over the past
two years some 42 sites have been
investigated. The centrally located
site is well lighted and safe. There
is plenty of free parking close by,
and the structure is large.
Jerry Rittman, a teacher at
Northwestern High School, Flint,
was approved as interim director
Mrs. Samuel Cossman (left), president of Ann Lebster Chapter of for. the center. He described his
plans: .
Hadassah, presents a plaque to Joseph Schiller in recognition of the

$5,000 gift left to Hadassah by his late brother and sister-In-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Meyer Schiller. Looking on is Mrs. Reuben Bienstock of
Southfield, Hadassah national vice president. The presentation was
made - at the October luncheon meeting at Temple Beth El.

Council to Sponsor Cultural Series

Mrs. Emil Schupack, cultural
Committee chairman, announced
that her committee has reinstated
the Flint Jewish Community Coun-
cil's cultural series. Mrs. Schupack
stated that the
-committee h a s
chosen as its
theme "Over-
views and Unde
currents, the
American Jewish
Scene in 1972."
The series be-
gins 8 p.m. Dee
5 at Temple Bet}
El, with Bill No-
vak, 21-year-old Mrs. Schupack

editor of "Response," the quarter-
ly Jewish journal published by
students. His topic will be "We're
Thinking and Talking, but Who Is
The next program, scheduled for
8 p.m. Jan. 9, features David Berg,
writer and artist for Mad maga-
zine. Berg's subject is "Mad Looks
at the Jewish Community."
On Feb. 27, Albert Vorspan will
speak cn "Caught in the Middle—
Jews in America."

On March 19, sociologist,
writer and educator Manheim
Shapiro will discuss his recent
assignment for the Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds in which he conducted
nationwide surveys on Jewish
identity. He will speak on "In
1972, Who Is a Jew?"

Tickets may be obtained from
the Council office.
Mrs. Schupack's committee in-
cludes Mrs. William Bernard, Mrs.
Max Frankel, Benzion Gotlib, Mrs.
Sam Gotlib, Rabbi Gilbert Kollin,
Marvin Levey, Mrs. Henry Living-
ston, Mrs. Robert Mitchell, _Michael
Pelavin, Nathan Schafer, Mrs.
Arnold Schaffer, Rabbi Gerald
The chief c:taplain of the Israeli Schuster, Israel Sendler; Mrs. Mar-
armed forces will speak 6 p.m. tin Suber, Mrs. Joe Weinstein, Mrs.
Sunday at a dinner celebrating the Aaron Weston and Alfred Klein,
23rd anniversary of Israel and president of the Council.
promoting the sale of Israel Bonds
at the Country Squire.
Speaking will be Brig. Gen.
Mordecai Piron, a chaplain of the
Israeli forces since Israel became
a nation, and Ira Feinberg, who
Alfred Klein, president, of the
has traveled in Europe, North Flint Jewish Community Council,
Africa and Israel, gathering ma- announced the appointment of
terial fcr lectures and articles.
Louis Kasle as chairman of the
Rabbi Piron was with the Haga- 1971 annual dinner 6:30 p.m. Nov.
na, the Jewish underground de- 21 at Temple Beth El.
fense forces, before intlependence,
Guest speaker will be Isaac
and served in the 1948 War of In- Toubin, executive vice president of ,
dependence, the Sinai Campaign in the American Association for Jew- 1
1956 and the Six.Day War in 1967. ish Education.
Kasle described the annual din-
ner as the time
in which the en-
tire Jewish com-
munity receive;
reports cf past
Nov. 6—Phoenix Club Presidents activities and
briefly views the
7—Israel Bond Dinner, 6 future.
p.m., Country Squire Res-
Kasle an-
nounced the ap-
8—Hadassah Board Meeting, pointment of Mrs.
12:30 p.m., home of Mrs. Jerome Arenson
Lionel Conn.
as ticket chair-
9—Beth Israel Sisterhood man; and Mrs. Carl Rittman as
Book Review, noon.
decorations chairman.
—Temple Beth El Sister-
A meeting was held at Kasle's
hood Meeting, 12:30 p.m. home for representatives of all con-
—Bnai Brith Women Board stituent organizations of the Coun-
Meeting, 8 p.m., home of cil to plan the entire evening.
Mrs. Morris Rubenstein.
Special tables have been reserved


gram; an enlarged summer pro-
gram; trips; and pool, chess,
checkers and ping pong contests."
Rittman announced that teens
would begin immediately to meet

"Second, to sell Judaism and
Jewish 'pride.' This through the
soft method. Posters, books in the
library, instructed rap sessions,
decorating the center for various
holidays, films and creative serv-
"More formally planned pro-
grams include: Films on Jewish
history, tradition and social prob-
lems; a continuation of the sports
programs; an organized Mel pro-

Youth on
the Move

Eileen Rosenberg, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rosenberg, has
been ,chosen sophomore homeconi-
ing queen at Swartz Creek High

Bar Mitzva

it's Nice


and plan the necessary remodeling
and decoration of the site. Flyers
announcing this first meeting will
be sent out this week, and any
teen-ager not contacted should call
the Council office for information.

Applications are now being
taken for a part-time

Deal W;th
Mat kiNS



c.c. —et,

Please submit by letter, job history
and required salary to:




Our r cwrri s. 4

BE-11TR S [RV : 01

flint, Mich. 48503

"First and foremost,. this is a
social youth hall, where Jewish
teen-agers can associate with
.,other Jewish teen-agers. A con-
trolled ,place where the young
people can do as they please in
a Jewish environment. Where
-they can _play pool, ping pong,
dance, read in a library, talk,
. discuss their problems and real-
ize the fact that they are Jews.

Israeli Chaplain,

Gen. Piron, Due

18—Friday,lietiember 3, 1971

Youth Center Set Up by Council




23077 Greenf ield
Advance Building
( Low


For the Look of today
in Black & Grey
• Cut Velvet • Bell Bottoms

in oll colon

• Flares • Boots
Colored Shirts • Formal
Knit Shirts

Ask about special wedding rates
for a party of 4 or more

Tuxedo Sales & Rental

Men's Clothing

David Ian Foote - will be ,called
to the Torah as Bar . Mitzva 11 a.m.
Nov., 13 at Temple Beth El.

126 S. Woodward

(1st Nock South of Maple on Woodward)

Birmingham, Mich.

Complete Line .
of Men's Suits & .

Louis Kasle Chairs

Council Dinner


NEW 1972



11—JWVA Department Meet-
ing, 8 p.m., Temple Beth
El. -
* o *
Temple Beth El Sisterhood will
hear Franklin Siden of the Frank-
lin Siden Gallery 12:30 p.m. Tues-
day. He will present an illustrated
lecture on "A View of Contempo-

rary Art."

for the Senior Friendship Club and
the presidents of constituent or-
ganizations. A special effort will
be made to have teen-agers attend
the dinner at a reduced fee. For-
mal invitations will be sent to the
community next week, and all
reservations can be made through
organization president& or -through
the Council office.






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