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August 07, 1959 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-08-07

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Children's Leukemia
Foundation Issues
Plea for Blood

An emergency request for
blood by the Children's Leuke-
mia Foundation has been issued
by Earl F. Grant, chairman of
the board. For the first time in
seven years, lie said, blood re-
placements have not kept pace
with the demand.
Up to now, he said, children
afflicted with leukemia, hemo-
phelia and other blood diseases
have received transfusions free
of charge, but now the Founda-
tion's "Blood Bank is over-
drawn."
Grant cites the case of six-
year-old James Gentilia, who is
afflicted with a rare and incur-
able blood disease: Mediterran-
ean anemia. "Jimmy", who re-
quires three pints every six
weeks, is to undergo a serious
operation which will help pro-
long the period between blood
transfusions. He has had almost
300 pints of blood during the six
years of his life.
Donations can be given to
any Red Cross bloodmobile unit
or at the American Red Cross
Blood Center, 153 E. Elizabeth.
Grant pointed out that Founda-
tion volunteers should expressly
state that donations are to be
credited to the Children's Leu-
kemia Foundation.

Parolee' Status Given
11 Mexican Campers

SAN FRANCISCO (JTA) —
The United States immigration
laws can be tempered with kind-
ness and understanding, 11 Jew-
ish youngsters from Mexico
have learned.
The children live in Tijuana,
Lower California, and were in-
vited to attend the summer day
camp sponsored by the San
Diego Jewish Community
Center.
According to the Jewish Com-
munity Bulletin '.ere, which re-
ported the episode, "it didn't
take an act of Congress, only
an agreement with the U.S. Im-
migration and Naturalization
Service of the Department of
Justice."
To comply with all the for-
ni-lities, the paper said, the
Immigration authorities sol-
emnly gave the youngsters
status as "parolees" on a mul-
tiple entry basis.

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING

ALFRED L. DEUTSCH

Elect Alfred Deutsch
to Board of State
Savings League

Alfred L. Deutsch, executive
vice president of American
Savings and Loan Association,
was elected a director of the
Michigan Savings and Loan
League at its recent annual
meeting in the Grand Hotel,
Mackinac Island.
Deutsch stated that the con-
sensus of opinion of Michigan's
top savings executives was that
savings and home mortgage
loan volume will continue for
the balance of the year at the
same rapid pace set for the
first six months of 1959.
He predicted that if the pre-
sent lending volume lives up
to expectations, the nation's
savings and loan industry will
supply more than $14,000,000-
000 dollars for the financing of
homes this year.
Among the speakers who ad-
dressed the meeting were Ger-
ald R.. Ford, congressman of
Michigan's 5th district, and C.
R. Mitchell, president of the
United States Savings and Loan
League.

List 1,200 Arab Teachers

JERUSALEM, (JTA) — The
Ministry of Education revealed
that the graduation of a sub-
stantial number of Arabs from
teacher training classes had
brought the total of qualified
Arab teachers in Israel to 1,200.
They represent about eight per-
cent of all Israel school
teachers.

FRIDAY, AUGUST 14

• Max Roach Quinted
• Dakota Staton
• Dave Brubeck Quartet
with Paul Desmond
• Maynard Ferguson & Orch.
• Thelonious Mank Quartet
• Dukes of Dixieland

SATURDAY, AUGUST 15






ChiCo Hamilton Quintet
Chris Connor
Andre Previn Trio
Newport Jazz All Stars
with George Wein
Buck Clayton
Pee Wee Russell
Vic Dickenson
Jimmy Rushing
• Duke Ellington & Orch.

kAAAA

THERE IS STILL a great
deal of misinformation that
prevails about hypnosis to the
public, among which is the
idea that hypnosis is sleep .. .
The hypnotic subject is not
asleep . . . In fact, the hypno-
tized person is ordinarily more
aware to what goes on around
him than he would be in nor-
mal waking state . . . Hypnosis
is not a parlor trick . . • It is
a serious, more and more wide-
ly recognized, scientific tech-
nique .. . and while not being
a cure in itself, can, for ex-
ample, be used to relieve the
underlying tensions that make
people overeat or smoke too
much . . . A permanent cure
of any kind cannot be effected
unless t h e underlying prob-
lems have been solved.
*
*

HYPNOSIS ACHIEVES its
goals by unlocking the sub-
conscious . . . It is believed
that the mind is composed of
two parts, the conscious mind
that thinks and controls our
voluntary actions, and the sub-
conscious also controls, through
a brain center and a part of
the nervous system, most bodily
functions . . . When a person
is in a hypnotic trance, his
sub-conscious becomes accessi-
ble and can be influenced by
suggestions given it . . . which
accounts for the amazing phe-
nomena that many persons
have witnessed in demonstra-
tions.

*

*

Zionist Youth in Israel

MUSIC! ENTERTAINMENT!

NEW YORK (JTA)—Sixty-
two Zionist youths aged 18-35,
affiliated with the Zionist Or-
ganization of America, have left
by plane for a month's study
tour of Israel.

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SUNDAY, AUGUST 16
-- • Jack Teagarden
• Four Freshmen
• Ahmad Jamal Trio
• Gene Krupa Quartet
• Oscar Peterson Trio
• Stan Kenton & Orch.
Leonard Feather,
emcee

*

FESTIAL

STATE FAIR GROUNDS BAND SHELL

EVER SINCE OUR first col-
umn on hypnosis, some time
back, questions galore have
been coming our way regard-
ing its use. . . Today, be-
cause of the tremendous suc-
cess hypnosis is playing in the
lives of so many people . . .
and because of the huge pub-
licity it is being given, we
contacted Hy and Sol Lewis,
consultants at the Lewis Clinic,
who also teach along with Dr.
Jack Jackman at the Michigan
Hypnosis Institute.
*

a "built-in air-conditioner" . .
Israel's Food Imports
put there by Hy Lewis . . . Ac-
cording to Hy, the brain cells Put in Private Hands
store as memories everything
JERUSALEM (JTA)—In an-
that has happened to us . . . In other step to liberalize Israel's
a hypnotic trance, Renee was economy, Minister of Com-
made to concentrate on some merce and Industry Pinhas Sa-
cold activities in .January, and pir announced that the govern-
by tapping those memories, ment will no longer engage in
cold circuits of thought were, the food import field, and will
set in motion . . Appliance leave this field to private en-
companies take note—a built- terprise.
in air conditioner in the human
In order to avoid competi-
body!
tion, and to facilitate purchases
* *
*
of United States surplus food,
a new joint food import com-
IN HIS DAILY column, golf pany is being formed by Israel's
champion Sam Snead's advice major importing firms, with the
to beginners says that lifting government holding 10 percent
the elbow is the cause of er- of the shares in the new com-
ratic drives and wild swings pany.
. . . He neglects to tell, how-
Until now, Sapir said, the
ever, that this is particularly government has spent about
true when the elbow lifting 80,000,000 pounds annually on
starts in the clubhouse!
food stockpiling.

AUGUST 14, 15, 16

Executive Producer, Ed Sarkesion
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and at Land of Hi-Fi, 8880 Grand River
Box Seats $6.00
Reserved Section $4.75, $3.75, $2.75, $1.75
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*

*

MUCH OF THE ABOVE will
be viewed and demonstrated
at the fourth annual conven-
tion of the . National Associa-
tion to Advance Ethical Hyp-
nosis, Oct. 17 and 18, at the
Statler-Hilton Hotel . . . Hy
and Sol are the national co-
chairmen of the convention ...
More than 300 exponents of
this science will be represented
from many parts of the globe.
a a *
RENEE EISENBERG, recep-
tionist at the Lewis Clinic in
Oak Park, is walking around
with a big smile on her face
as she casts amazement at the
humidity-suffering of her
friends . . . While they have
been sweltering in the torrid
heat and low humidity, Renee
is actually walking around with

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