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March 03, 1972 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-03-03

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fridep,- .Marck 3e-1972-11
THE DETROIT JEWISH HEWS

.

He ieadjunct professor of consti-
xecutive,director of the American .tatilletitil tie'', lit -Pity ; •Ciillek- e, vice
'DRIVEN
newish 'Congress, will 'retire frOm chairman of the American Section
To any Hato. Also drivoes furnish-
his post Oct. 1 on reaching age.,65, of the World Jewish Congress, a
Ow, ,onpyliont•
ed

so,
Aries,
Avon
,
titisk,a4 ,i,,Ia •-.haa--_, set.sed with trustee of the Memorial Foiinda-
"d an d IC C. rnonsed
Legally it
thi Jut inaie thin 25 *ears an d as tion .for Jewish, Culture, and a
DRIVEAWAY 'SERVICE
eicecutive directOr: since - 1960, will member of the boards .of Otreetere
9970 GranciRiver -
:continue ks- the organization's gen; of the Interracial Council for Busi-
era! "coantel.• :He is regarded- as ness Opportunity and the American-- ig .Detroit, Mich. 48204
one Of the country's pioneers in Civil Libeitiei Union
WE -1-0620-2142:
the use Of lair to combat discrimi
t1Pn: ..
, ,,MniSow pans to write and under-
take special projects.
Matins', a sawyer; is a Phi Beta
CLEAN-UP
!bur ENTIRE remaining
l'f.appa --graduate of Cornell Uni-
$30.00 to $350.00 stock of Winter CLOTHING!'
versity,:and Columbia Law School:
He joined Ake Staff .cif the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress in 1945 as di-
rector of its commission on law
NO ALTERATIONS--CASti ONLY—ALL SALES FINAL
and social action.
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litanili!e, Fan:, eontribeStervof1500ivr•More. For
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lbw 'Council 91,
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glisiSt'' Speaker' , ate.411';'-‘Pectiettera
division hmtheon noon WedneadaY

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'Supper: and

Teens CIffeied
Saiiiinei in Israel

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fitaltio#' Show

Otoerelle16- . 7

Dr;-Leon Bosky; chairman of the
commission on Jewish education
of the Flint Jewish Community
4 ‘
-
Ate
A
--Council, announced the formation -
,
- of -a new Israel scholarship pro-
'
-bad grant • for Jewish youth.
anted 9P"tifli05',Oth="-the,
laid the commission
hbekell'...32.11011 fisebi that yoilthe tmderstanding of
at HoiVard
=wail -mbin'ist, essl-'-
uy their Jewish
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Ledge
Announcements sent to members
of the Jewish community describe
the program and contain an appli-
- cation form.
-
"'Ten -000 Schotanihipe for Israel
hockeyteain,"
/illgrimages are being offered to
will _be' oh ,the
'teen-agers ige 15 through high
prokram; with



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For Women-
•raisaksijo to
in 'January'',
Dtecti-setes
c•perdiiif

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Mrs, Gtdtermath °`

stated,_”The.
*oaten s divisioaYs to Male Jew
bar women. niern...wnerare -: or -their-,
imPertatit-- roln-in Jewish
To.
4 1ehfeelrigni e0it the'-WoMeli*divP
akin-Pritei great stress on-ffiti:edne
national and the informational as
-`petits of IDS insiiiyunctivitieWith
education comes the realisation of •

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g

Ire !kids
and
Sensitive
prie,e,s

JehooL

'Since this program •is to go into
effect this summer, specific re-
quirements will be waived this

Zliknnd Bill Hor-
trisx.-:•Two-.:. fikns,

, Biaekkawks stank,k-,-cap" A -seislanid committee will
paign Leadership Brunch
asn., home of .
Leon Bosky.
served, ` 22. A swedes /or young people
• lreAl*Mthiihr&-Wilk?be
,
—Youth Center Ski :trip;
Interested parents will be
--Ts/ten B ng Pre-
held 8 p.M. Tuesday at Temple
gram, " 230 p.m., Towit.
and Country Lanes. - -
Programs available include the
6—Hadassah Board, Meet-
:NETT Bible, Institute, USY Israel
ing:12:30-p.m., home of
lug image, Teen_ Town in Israel,
Mrs.. Michael -Jacoby.
:Tenth Lirael Sunnier
&boil Division and
7—Temple Beth M Sister..
Sabra' Youth Salmi. For Informs-
-hood BoardMeeting,
'tkui,
-
call the Council office.
12:30 p.m:
.:Israel Mission
Meetim",- - - ;:lk p.m., Tem-
yinIteth:„F4
Horns
Meet'-
. In& Howard - Other 'future programs plamied
Johitsiti - - Motor Lodge by the lodge ,are s slide-tape. pre-,
East
sentation on "Jerusalem: a pay hi
8--UJA - iVomen's Division the Old. City" April 4; .•nd - a' talk
Pacesetters- ;,.. Luncheon, on anti - Semitispi"",by: Richaid
Noon, home- of Mrs. MI- benthal, director of the Anti-Defa-
- chisel Pitlatiq_
mation League of Bnal Stith in
—Temple Beth El Wine Michigan, May 2.
and C hide an Tasting
Part% 8 PAR- -
#4.
9—JWYA-Me e tin g , 8:30
p.m.; ;htime
home of Mrs. " Alex

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March 5—Men's Di vision Cam

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Aleetirig

Dr. Jack Stander conitniMitit:
ielMloos committee .eliOrntaitaf
e Flint JeWish Communitt,cauW"
cal, has announced_ the seem)/ plan- : .
To Mr. -and
Sherr fling-- -meeting lar a proPoSed ---
(Barbara Katp), 4 17trilf, Pierson,
Flint, a daughter,„ - Jennifer Aimee. ordinated statewide .letisarA9111-
30,-National Solidarity Llay.ffor`lti=
vi et Jews.

Bncii

1

Edward and M rime Kaplan,
c.hildre*.of Owl Mrs. 'Gilbert

KaPlan -Wiili-bseeiclied-to the Torah
as Bar and Bat Mitiva
March 11 at Temple Beth EL

OBITUARY '
JUDITH, SCHNEIDER, 904 E.
Kearsley, Flint, -died Feb. 23 in
Miami Beach. Survived by her hus-
band, Irvin; and three sisters, Mrs.
Anna Himeghocb, Mrs. Fanny .
Rosenberg of hfilwaukee and a-
sister in Riga, Lotvia.

He is the happiest man who can
connect the end of his rife with
its „,beginning.—Goethe

,

?Alegi-an •
vited Stenzler. said
Jewish communities have been in-
sited to meet at 2 p.m.- March 12
at Temple_, Beth El, to -discuss a
joint effort"whielf would- result in
a much more meaningful display to
our politicaLRaders."
Dr. Stander pointed out that
many of .the' latter are accustomed
to letters and demonstrations from
Detroit:and 'Flint. "It is far:more
rare and much more meaningful
When we are joined and our
voices are raised together with •all
outstate conimunities. The impor-
tance of this demonstration and
its accompanying petition drive is
further highlighted by the neces-
sity to complete 1,000,000 petitions'
'for presentation to •President Nixon
priory to his Russian visit."

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