Michael Pelavin Named National VP
of UJA Young Leadership Cabinet
Michael A. Pelavin, Flint attor- the United Jewish Appeal Young
ney and real estate developer, was Leadership Cabinet at the annual
named national vice chairman of conference of the UJA in New
York, Dec. 11.
The Young Leadership Cabinet
was organized in 1963 to give gui-
dance and direction to 13,000 men
from 25-40 who are leaders and
potential leaders in their own com-
The following high school and munities, preparing them to assume
junior high school students re- positions of leadership on a local
ceived all A's for the first marking and national level in the fund rais-
of the 1971-72 school year: Laurie ing efforts of the United Jewish
White, Judith Schwartz, Ted Himel- APPeal.
hoch, Sheri Young, Jamie Stein-
Through missions to Israel, semi-
berg, Steve Portney and Eric Sor- nars, retreats and national and
regional conferences, Pelavin will
• • •
work with Donald H. Benjaniin; of
Beth Israel Junior Congregation Maplewood, N.J., the new Young
honored its past president, David Leadership chairman, and Gary S.
Green, by participating in David's Rubin, of Des Monies, the other
Bar Mitzva service last Saturday. vice chairman, directing a cabinet
David was the first student to of 192 men from different sections
conduct the entire service, includ- of the United States.
ing the Torah reading.
Eight Flint delegates to the con-
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ference heard Golda Meir, Israel
The director of Camp Ramah in prime minister.
The conference was attended by
Canada, Rabbi Leonard Berkowitz,
will visit Flint 8:30 p.m. Tuesday over 2,000 representatives from
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert 250 communities.
The Flint delegation included Mr.
Binder, 2634 Pinetree. Rabbi Ber-
kowitz will show slides and a short and Mrs. B. Morris Pelavin, Dr.
film of Camp Ramah activities. and Mrs. Leon Bosky, Mr. and
Mrs. Michael Pelavin, Louis Kasle
Scholarships are available.
and By Bergman. In addition to the
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Beth Israel Nursery School an- many Israeli guests, most of the
Jewish organizations in the
nounces registration for its second
school semester beginning Feb. 1, country were represented.
Commenting on the conference,
In addition to an enriched bicultur-
al program, children age 3-5 ex- UJA General Chairman Edward
perience preacademic skills to pre- Ginsberg said, "The fact that Golda
pare them for kindergarten. All Meir has chosen to address the
interested parents should contact representatives of the American
F. Pinhas Fellus, educational di- Jewish community at this confer-
ence indicates the enormity of the
task ahead in 1972. Her presence
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was urgent testimony to the needs
Center Needs Donors
of the people of Israel at this time."
The Flint delegation. led by Coun-
The new Jewish Youth Center
is in need of furnishings and many cil President Alfred Klein, will re-
other items. Donors are asked to port on the conference at the next
council board of governors meeting.
call the Council office, 767-5922.
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Friday, December 17, 1971-11
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Barry Warren Jaslow, son of
Mrs. Ruth Jaslow and the late
Lewis Jaslow, has graduated with
high honors with the degree of
doctor of veterinary medicine from
Michigan State University. Dr.
Jaslow is a member of Phi Zeta
Honorary Veterinary Society. He
will be practicing in Detroit after
the first of the year.
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born in Hungary. Her husband,
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Surviving is a sister, Mrs. Katie
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Rochester U. to Avoid
Starting Term on Holiday
NEW YORK—The University of
Rochester has pledged that it will
no longer begin the fall semester
on any Jewish holiday, following
successful intervention by the
American Jewish Congress.
The promise was contained in a
letter written by President Robert
L. Sproull to Mrs. Sylvia Deutsch,
director of the AJC's Queens Di-
vision, whose son is a junior at
Dr. Sproull's final response con-
tained his pledge that the univer-
sity, "which usually starts on a
Monday, will not start on Monday
next year (1972) because of Yom
Kippur. The first day of classes
will be Tuesday, Sept. 19." Dr.
"I have been assured that the
university will not start classes
on a religious holiday next year
or any other year in the foresee-
"I would be less than honest
with you if I did not say that this
makes serious problems for us,
because the holidays and secular
calendar do not maintain a fixed
position with respect to one another,
but we agree that it is the only
considerate thing we can do."
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