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Plans for a county fair Nov.
29 will be discussed at coming
meetings of the INFANTS
SERVICE GROUP at Work-
man's Circle, 18340 W. Seven
Mile. Mrs. David Riseman is
chairman of the event.
The first fall meeting for
the entire membership of the
BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY DE-
TROIT CHAPTER of the na-
tional organization has beer'
scheduled for Oct. 7.
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MOTHERS CLUB of Iota
Alpha Pi sorority's Nu Chapter
MISS SHIRLEY GOTLIFFE
will meet Oct. 13, in the home
of Mrs. M. Goodman. Plans are
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gotliffe, now being made for a perma-
of Indiana Ave., announce the nent project of tuition loans to
engagement of their daughter, members of the sorority.
Shirley Elayne, to Stanley Hal-
prin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
A board meeting of SA'AD
Halprin, of Santa Barbara Ave. met to discuss the group's fund-
Mr. Halprin is presently at- raising fashion show Oct. 28 at
tending Wayne State University. Adas Shalom Synagogue. Mrs.
The couple is planning an Jack Yagoda and Mrs. Sanford
Aug. 23 wedding.
Hirshfield, ticket chairmen, dis-
tributed tickets to the members
at a general meeting recently.
Both women can be reached
for information at LI 2-7083.
All proceeds from the affair
Government officials, col- will be turned over to the
leagues in the medical profes- Wayne State University Medi-
sion, family and friends joined cal School for further research
in a tribute to Dr. Morris Raskin in Parkinson's disease. Dr. John
early this month, as the phy- S. Meyer will speak at the show,
sician marked his 50th birth- and refreshments w ill be
day and his 25th anniversary served.
in the medical profession.
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A dinner-dance in his honor
Mrs. R. Isaac Sten, wife of
was tendered in the Crystal the new cantor of Cong. Ahavas
Achim, will be honored at a
tea from 1 to 3 p.m., held by
the AHAVAS ACHIM SISTER-
by friends and
HOOD. All congregation and
the staff of
sisterhood members are invited
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DETROIT NO. 41, United Or-
serves as med-
der True Sisters recently com-
pleted plans to present a radio
isotope storage suite to Detroit
Dr. Clarence I. Dr. Raskin
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Owen, past president of the
Wayne County Medical Society, GROUP will hold a membership
Lt. Gov. John B. Swainson and tea at 1:30 p.m. Sunday at the
Juvenile Judge Nathan J. Kauf- home of Mrs. David Pollack,
18625 Fairfield. Guest speaker
Barney Hopkins, secretary- will be Mrs. David J. Schachter.
treasurer of the Michigan State president of Detroit chapter,
AFL-CIO, led a large delegation and Beverly Markowitz will pre-
of _union leaders who paid sent a dramatic reading. All
tribute to Dr. Raskin for his single girls, aged 25 to 40, are
years of service as director of invited to join the group which
the UAW Medical Research In- meets at 8:15 p.m. on the third
stitute, now the UAW Health I Tuesday of each month at Had-
assah House. On the program
In 1938, Dr. Raskin served as for this season are a study
consultant on Gov. Frank Mur- group, bowling sessions, book
phy's committee on human reviews and an Israeli night in
needs, and, in 1944, was a mem- October. For further informa-
ber of the Michigan Hospital tion, contact Marilyn Moscowitz,
Study Commission. He has been membership chairman, UN
in his present post since 1950. 4-2129, or president Reva Mala-
mud, TO 9-6128.
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OCD Prints Copies
EQUALITY CLUB will meet
of 'Fallout' Handbook Wednesday afternoon at the
Maj. Gen. C. E. Dougherty, home of Bertha Sax, 18111 Wil-
city ,of Detroit civil _defense demere. At the last meeting it
director, urges all Detroiters to was voted to send donations to
obtain a copy of the recently the City of Hope and the De-
released civil defense publica- troit Cancer Society.
* * *
tion, "The Family Fallout
Mrs: Alvin Barnett, president
The 32-page pamphlet , gives of the Detroit Chapter, BRAN-
fallout shelter plans for five DEIS UNIVERSITY NA-
different shelters and detailed TIONAL WOMEN'S COMMIT-
steps for the construction of TEE, announces that the date
a basement concrete block of the first regularly .scheduled
shelter, which can be under- meeting has ben changed to
taken as a "do-it-yourself" proj- Oct. 21. The group will meet
then, at the Franklin Hills
It also presents general infor- Country Club, when a major
mation on the need for fallout speaker is planned.
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shelter and items to consider in
planning and outfitting a shelter
A board and fund raising
meeting of the PRIMROSE
The publication is available BENEVOLENT CLUB will be
at police precinct stations, fire held at 12 noon Monday in the
Stations, Detroit Public Library home of chairman Mrs. William
and branches, and from the Belinsky, 21911 Cloverlawn, Oak
Office of Civil Defense.
Parka Luncheon will be served.
Organizations, groups, b u s
ness and industrial concerns
He that handleth a matter
may contact Detroit OCD di- wisely shall find good: and
rectly if they desire to obtain whoso trusteth in the Lord,
copies for quantity distribution. happy is he.—Prov. 16:20
of Dr. M. Raskin
Political Scientist at Wayne to Explain Israeli Elections
Mrs. Kutinsky Heads
Box Clearance Drive
Dr. Samuel Halperin, profes-
sor of political science at Wayne
State University, will discuss
the coming Israeli elections at
a meeting of the Student Zion-
ist Organization at 8 p.m. Sun-
day in the Mart Room, Wayne
State. The public is invited to
Mrs. MORRIS KUTINSKY
is chairman of the Blue-White
Box committee of the Jewish
National Fund, which has an-
nounced that the month of
October has been designated
as box clearance month. Over
4,500 homes will be visited
by volunteer workers from
women's organizations, both
to clear boxes and to place
several thousand new ones in
homes during this period.
Eyeglasses cannot cure vis-
ion disorders, say ophthalmolo-
gists at the Univeresity of
Michigan Medical Center.
Glasses simply correct the fo-
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25 -- THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, Sept. 25, 1959