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June 04, 1976 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-06-04

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June 4, 1976 13

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Drivers Exceed
Autos in Israel

Flint Hadassah
Sets Auction Party

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Newly licensed drivers in
Israel exceed the number of
registered vehicles by an
almost 2 to 1 ratio, accord-
ing to figures released by
the Central Bueau of Statis-
tics.

Ann Lebster Chapter,
Hadassah, will have an an-
tiques and collectibles auc-
tion and garden party noon
Monday in the home of Pat
Himelhoch, 1024 Briarcliffe.
Luncheon will be served.
There is an admission
charge, and guests are wel-
come. Persons with an-
tiques or collectibles to do-
nate, may contact Carole
Cole, 694-4447, for pick-up.

GRAEME
FLOWERS

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Lisa Renee Reznick,
daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
Gerald Reznick, will become
Bat Mitzva 9 a.m. June 12
at Cong. Beth Israel.

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Flint Area News

BB Memberships

Offered to Youth

Flint Lodge, Bnai Brith,
is sponsoring memberships
in the Bnai Brith Youth
Organization for all Bar and
Bat Mitzva celebrants re-
troactive to September 1975.
This covers the first year's
membership which begins
at age 14. Any Bar or Bat
Mitzva celebrant who would
like a membership may con-
tact Michael Stein, Bnai
Brith Youth Organization
adviser, 732-6352, or any
member of Ram Barn Chap-
ter of BBYO.

Flint People
Make News

BOSTON — A majority of
American public schools are
still ignoring the First
Amendment and U.S. Su-
preme Court rulings up-
holding the principle of sep-
aration of church and state,
according to the findings of
an Anti-Defamation League
of Bnai Brith survey.
The survey, made public
by Theodore Freedman, di-
rector of ADL's program
and community service divi-
sions, showed:
• 91.5 percent of the
schools conduct holiday con-
certs with religious content,
nearly all Christological re-
ferences, and 74.6 percent
use songs with Jewish refer-
ences, but not liturgical
music.
• 45.9 percent of the
schools stage religious pag-
eants at Christmas and at
Easter.
• 56.5 percent use reli-
gious holiday decorations
such as crucifixes, menor-
ahs and Stars of David —
23.5 percent observe only
Christian holidays and 33
percent observe both Chris-
tian and Jewish holidays.
• 52 percent provide
space or "released time" for
religious instruction.

Work

Always love work and
never hate physical effort.
—Aboth De Rabbi Nathan

FOR

COMMUNITY

CALENDAR

Sunday — Bnai Brith
annual dinner-dance, 7
p.m., Country Squire Res-
taurant.
Tuesday — Bnai Brith
Women board meeting, 8
P.m.
Wednesday — FJCC Day
Camp Committee meeting,
noon, Council office.
Thursday — Women's
American ORT board meet-
ing, 12:30 p.m.
Friday — FJCC Leader-
ship Development Group
oneg Shabat, 9 p.m., home
of Irwin and Emily Bank,
1224 Rocky Ridge Trail.

Rae Grudinsky has been
elected treasurer of the
Flint Chapter, American
Institute of Banking.
Ruth Braun was elected
vice president of the Flint
Community Planned Par-
enthood Association.
Steve Heitzner, a student
at Flint Northern High
School, was a winner in the
singles flights of the city
high school tennis tourna-
ment. Dave Sorscher of
Flint Southwestern High
School was a winner in the
doubles match.
Ted Himelhoch was one
of the top 10 students in
scholastic achievement in
the 1976 graduating class of
Flushing High School.
Louis D. Sills and Mil-
ton Barkman were elected
vice presidents of the Ex-
change Club of Flint.

Church and State
Mixed in Schools

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