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November 20, 1959 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-11-20

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Public Health
Annual T echnion Dinner to Be Held
Authority Here Sunday, Dec. 13, at Temple Israel
for Sinai Meeth rig Jules Lev, president of the Lev stated that the dinner,

MILTON S. MARWIL was elected president of the Michigan
Zionist Region, succeeding LEON KAY in office at the annual
meeting last Sunday. Pictured, left to right, are MICHAEL
ELIZUR, Israel UN representative who was guest speaker;
Kay, THOMAS A. HOROWITZ, of Pontiac, chairman of the
morning session who was re-elected a vice-president; and Marwil.
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Milton Mandl Heads Michigan
Zionist Region; Adopt $30,000
State Quota for Silver Institute

The seventh annual j oint
meeting of the boards of ti 'us-
tees of Sinai Hospital and No rth
End Clinic will take place at
8:15 p.m., Tuesday, in the Aa ron
DeRoy Theater of the Jew ish
Community Center.
Principal speaker will be Dr.
Solomon J. Axelrod, profes sor
of public health economics at
the school of public health, U ni-
versity of Michigan, announ ces
Benjamin E. Jaffe, progr am
chairman.
Dr. Axelrod, who will spe ak
on "Perspectives in Hospi tal
Care," has participated in a
wide range of professional ac-
tivities in the

field of public
health, includ-
i n g commu-
nity health

Detroit Chapter of the Ameri- as in the past, will be utilized

can Techion Society, announced
this week that the annual din-
ner of the society will be held
Sunday, Dec. 13, at Temple
Israel.
Dr. William Fondiller, honor-
ary president of the American
Technion Society. and Carl Al-
pert, personal assistant to Gen.
Yaakov Dori, the Technion's
president, will be the guest
speakers.

for a review of Technion ac-
complishments and as a reun
ion of the Michigan members
of the society.

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Milton S. Marwil, a past presi-
tributed to Israel's growing ties cal care ad-
We have just received a fine large selection of
dent of the Zionist Organi zation
with
the
nations
of
Africa
and
ministration
Hanukah items and suggest shopping early while
of Detroit, was elected pres ident
who have affinity with the a n d research
selections
are complete.
of the Michigan Region, Z ionist Asia
Organization a America, a t the Arabs. He noted that Israel and health in-
was
making
steady
progress
to- surance plan-
region's 10th annual conve ntion ward
• Hanukah Rooks & Records • Hanukah Menorahs
reducing the gap between ning.
held Sunday at Hotel He nrose exports
and
imports
and
that
His
address
Dr.
Axelrod

in Detroit. He succeeds Leon Israel's science is harnessed to-
Hanukah Candles
• Hanukah Decorations
will demonstrate how bette r
Kay who was named hon orary ward
making
Israel
econom-

community health care result
president along with Morr is M. ically self-sufficient.
Hanukah Candies and Chocolates from Israel
from combining the facilities o
Jacobs, another past pres ident
He listed Israel's major the outpatient department wit f
And a Host of New Hanukah Gift Items
of the region.
tasks as being the strengthen. those of a modern hospital. h
Elected vice presidents were ing
its economic structure;
He is a member of the com
Harry J. Binder, Flint; Dr. Man- the of
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intergration of new im-
el Goldberger, Sagi n alv ; migrants; widening of poli- mittee on medical educatio n
Thomas A. Horwitz, Pon tiac; tical and economic ties with needs in Michigan and directo r
Dr. Edward Neufeld, G rand more countries of the world of research for the group. whic
s studying the need for a thir d
apids; Judge Ira G. Kauf man
13535 W. 7 MILE RD.
a nd Leonard L. Radner, De- and the strengthening of the
tate medical school.
12066 DEXTER
at Schaefer
roit. Rabbi Marc Samuel s of partnership between Israel
Dr. Axelrod also is chairma n
Col.. Monterey
and
the
Jewish
people
0 f a national committee study
i land was named d secre tary
DI 1-0569
throughout
the
world.
TO 8-4720
a nd M. Ben Lewis, Det roit,
Other resolutions called for a ng health problems of the
t reasurer. Ezekiel Leikin, De-
utmost support of the Freedom ged, under the sponsorship of
CLOSED SATURDAY; OPEN SATURDAY NIGHTS
roit, is the executive dire ctor
he American Public Health
Forest
of
the
Jewish
National
OPEN SUNDAYS 9:30 A.M. to 6 P.M.
A ss'n. and the American Public
0 f the Michigan legion.
and intensified efforts on Welfare
Following a report by Ph ilip Fund
Ass'n.
▪ lomovitz on the progress m ade behalf of Israel Bonds and the
He has written extensively
a t the Kfar Silver Agricult ural United Jewish Appeal.
or
The following were named to ti professional magazines, par-
I nstitute in Israel and the n eed
cularly in the areas of health
fo r additional facilities to c ope the regional executive commit- lsurance and medical man-
■■ ■
tee:
Osias
Zwerdling,
Ann
Ar-
w ith the growing demand for
p ower, and is the editor of
a dmission into the school, the bor; Dr. Sam Gotlib, Benzion Readings in Medical Care,"
Co nvention voted to raise a Gotlib, Abe Riskin, Flint; Ben ublished by the University of
rn inimum of $30,000 over a two Rosenberg, Rabbi Joseph N orth Carolina Press last year.
ye ar period for the Kfar Sil ver Schwarz, Benton Harbor; Percy
The annual meeting will also
A. Berman, Grand Rapids;
ex pansion program.
Rabbi Israel Goodman, Rabbi fe ature a tribute to past and
Kay, in his presidential ad-
pr esent members of the
dr ess, referred to the H erzl Nathan Herschfield, Joseph Ja- re cently - closed Nor th End
cobson,
Pontiac;
Jacob
Ashen-
Ce ntennial being observed t his
Cl inic, and there will be a
ye ar and called upon Zion ists dorf, Joseph Simon, Muskegon; hi storical review and display of
Samuel
Adinoff,
Port
Huron;
to implement Herzl's prophe tic
its 33-year-old history.
vis ion. He called for increa sed Martin Glantz, Rabbi Joseph
A reception is planned to fol-
Katz, Saginaw; Leonard Berg-
Pri vate investments in Isr ael stein, Dr. Melvin Josephs,
to v the meeting, according to
Sam-
as the only solution to its e co- uel
Waldman, Midland; Joseph Be njamin E. Jaffe, program
n o mic problems.
Simon, Alma; Jacob Drey, Iron ch airman.
On the local scene, Ka y
Si ngled out Jewish educatio n River; Pauline Cohen, Jack Mos- of Some of the early pioneers
coy, Hyman Price, South Haven;
the clinic who will be honored
a s the major Zionist respons
Abraham Borman, Harry Cohen, ar e Mrs. Samuel Mendelsohn,
hi lity.
A resolution was adopted ca 11- A. C. Lappin, Sherman Shapiro, Isa dore Levin and Abraham
ing upon the U.S. Governme nt Irving Sniderman, Dr. Bernard Sr ere, early members of the
Weston, David M. Zellman, De- bo and of trustees; and the mem-
to insure free passage throu gh troit.
ber s of the Leopold and Andrew
' the Suez Canal for all natio ns
Wi neman families, founders of
inc luding Israel; to resist a nd
the original North End Clinic.
w o rk toward the cessation of
Discover the
T he memory of Jesse F.
all forms of Arab boycott a nd
full earning
Hir schman, Edwin A. Wolff, and
blo ckade against Israel and to
power of your
-
Jul
ian
H.
Krolik
will
be
hon-
imp lement the U.S. Senate res o-
money by opening
ore
At
the
annual
meeting
of
the
d as past presidents of the
Iuti on of July 26, 1956, to th e
a Guardian Savings ac-
effe et that "there shall be n 0 Kvutzah Ivrith, Joseph Katz din ic. David Wilkus and Mel-
count. Earn a big 31/2 0 %
dist inction among U.S. cittzei is was re-elected president of the will e S. Welt will be honored
current rate on all pass book
savings—save where savings
bas ed on their individual r e- Hebrew cultural organization. for their contributions in the
Voted into office with him role of ex-presidents. Many
pays extra money for your
ligi ous affiliations" and th at
purse.
any attempt by foreign nation were Meyer Mathis, vice-presi- me mbers of the original clinic
to c reate such distinction wa dent; Irving Palman, vice- med ical staff are expected to
"inc onsistent with America n president and treasurer; Nor- atte nd.
man Ruttenberg and Michael
prin ciples."
Michlin, secretaries.
A nother resolution c a 11 e
Morris Nobel was named
npo n the U.S. Government t 0
take the initiative towards th e chairman of the committee;
rese ttlement of the A r a b Michlin put in charge of the
refu gees within those countrie distalbution of Hebrew books
"wit h whom they have ties o and newspapers; and Morris
assigned as publicity
corn mon language, religion an Plafkin
Current Rate
chairman.
Thanksgiving Day will
eusto ins."
Elected
to
the
editorial
board
shorten
the
working
week,
Gu est speaker at the lunch
COME
eon session was Michael Elizur of the organization's annual necessitating an e a r l i e r
IN
Or
Coun sellor of Israel's Perma Hed Ha-Kvutzah were Bernard deadline for our issue. of
SAVE
nent Mission to the United Na Isaacs, Aaron Toback, Meyer Nov. 27.
BY
and Morris Nobel.
MAIL
Lions , who said that Israel's Mathis
All copy for that issue
The following members were
most pressing problem before
named to the board of directors: must be in our hands be-
the U Njvas the question of the Rabbi
Milton Arm, Albert fore 2 p.m. on Friday, Nov.
Suez Canal and that Israel's Elazar, Israel Elpern, Abraham 20.
posit ion on this question is J. Lachover, Morris Lachover,
Downtown: CADILLAC SQUARE Comer RANDOLPH
Deadline for Classified
gaini ng wide support among the Meyer Lipman, Prof. Shlomo
Northwest: 13646 WEST 7 MILE
Ads
for
that
issue
will
be
at
mem hers of the UN. He said Marenof, Aaron Kutnick, Alex-
Corner TRACEY
Both offices open 10 a.m. to S p.m., Mond* thry
that Nasser's renewed belliger- ander Roberg and Abraham 3 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 24.
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