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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-06-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, June 23, 1961 —

People Make News

Ellen Katzman
to Tred Lee Stein

RANDALL Z US M AN, 13-
year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Zusman of Forrer
Ave., spoke recently on "A
Comparative Study of Cerebral
Anatomy" to students of the
Clara Barton Junior High
School in Royal Oak upon
invitation of teacher Mrs. M.
Cooper who had viewed his
project at the Michigan Science
Fair for which he received the
Outstanding Merit Award.
* * *
GORDON R. MEISNER of
the Meisner - Lippitt Agency,
16038 W. McNichols, with pro-
grams for all forms of insur-

MISS ELLEN KATZMAN

Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Katzman
of Huntington Woods announce
the coming marriage of their
daughter Ellen Barbara to Lee
David Stein, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert - Stein of Littlefield
Ave.
An August wedding is
planned. The bride-elect at-
tended the University of Mich-
igan and is presently at Wayne
State University. Her fiance
attends Wayne State Univer-
sity, also.

Invite. Doctors to N.Y.
Parley, 'Session of
Israel Medical Assn.

Dr. Bernard Weston, chairman
of the American Physicians' Fel-
lowship Inc. for the Israel Medi-
cal Association,- invites all physi-
cians who will be at the Detroit
American Hospital Association
Convention to attend the 11th An-
nual Assembly of the A.P.F.
-which will be held 8:30 p.m. Mon-
day at the Hotel Commodore,
New York City.
The program will feature two
talks, one by Dr. Leo M. Davidoff
on "Impressions of Modern Israeli
Medicine," and the other by
Yakov Aviad, Consul of Israel
and Director of Press Relations
at the Consulate General of Israel
in New York City, on "The Physi-
ognomy of Israel."
Weston also invites all physi-
cians to participate in a 23-day
chartered tour to London, Paris,
Rome and Israel Aug. 2 through
25, as delegates to the Fifth
World Assembly of • the Israel
Medical Association. Physicians
are advised to act quickly as res-
ervations are limited. For particu-
lars, contact Weston at UN
3-5338.

At the annual meeting of the
Metropolitan Detroit Chapter of
Michigan Association of Certi-
fied Public Accountants, held
Monday at the Western Golf
and Country Club, the mem-
bership unanimously elected
DAVID DESOW, CPA of the
firm David Desow & Co., chair-
man for the coming year. Desow
became a CPA in 1941, became
active in association affairs and
served it in many capacities.

Mrs. Kliger Writes
Thesis on 'Physician
Mobility,' Wins MA

Celia Berlin (Mrs. David)
Kliger, 18438 Hartwell, received
her masters degree in health
administration at Wayne State
University commencement ex-
ercises Thursday, the culmina-
tion of her research and writ-
ing on "Physician Mobility in
Wayne County."
Her thesis, a 191-page volume,
was reviewed recently in the
Detroit Medi-
cal News, offi-
cial publica-
tion of the
Wayne County
Medical Socie-
ty, and will be
reviewed
again in a
forthcom i n g
issue of the
Journal of the
Michigan
State Medical
Society. Cop-
ies of her
work will be
placed on the Mrs. Kliger
shelves of the College of Medi-
cine library and the WSU so-
cial science library. The study
covers a ten-year period.
Mrs. Kliger has served on the
public relations board of the
Jewish Family and Children's
Service and is past president
of the Women's Auxiliaries of
the Jewish Home for Aged and
Maimonides Medical Society
and the League of Jewish Wom-
en's Organizations. She also is
national vice - president of the
Federated Bureau of Jewish
Women's Organizations; a mem-
ber of the. Women's Guild of
Sinai Hospital and Hadassah,
besides other memberships in
community service and profes-
sional organizations.
She is married to physician
David Kliger, a graduate of
Massachusetts College of Phar-
macy, Tufts College of Medi-
cine in Boston, and the Univer-
sity of Michigan where he re-
ceived his master of public
health degree. They have a son,
Seymour Edgar, who received
his bachelor of science degree
.in economics and is a graduate
student at Detroit College of
Law.

ante and representative of In
dianapolis Life Insurance Co.,
has been named to the 1961
Qualified Million Dollar Round
Table.
* * *
ARNOLD A. KATZMAN,
laundry manager of Sinai Hos-
pital, has been named a winner
in the Third Annual Hospital
Achievements Contest spon-
sored by the Michigan Hospital
Association and will receive the
award at the Association's an-
nual convention to be held Mon-
day in Grand Rapids. -
* * *
Mrs. Harry Cahane, attorney
and civic leader, was re-elected
president of the Women's
League for
Israel at t h e
conclusion of
'the women's
service organi-
zation' s 33rd
annual meeting
held in New
York. Mrs. Ca-
hane, who has
headed the
women's group
Mrs, Cahane during the past
four years, will serve for a new,
two-year term. An LL.B. alumna
of New York University, she is
a member of the New York
State Bar, and a former asso-
ciate of the late Samuel Unter-
meyer, under whom she served
in the non-sectarian Anti-Nazi
League.
* *
RICHARD C. LEVINE, son of
Mrs. Mary Levine and the late
Earl Levine, has been awarded
a teaching fellowship at Massa-
chusetts Institute of Technology
w h e r e he will continue his
studies in pursuit of a doctorate
in electrical engineering.
* * *
DR-. HARRY POLACHEK,
technical director of the U. S.
Navy's Applied Mathematics
Laboratory in Washington, will
receive the Mordecai ben David
Award at the 30th annual com-
mencement exercises of Yesh-
iva University, June 15, at the
University's Danciger Campus,
in New York.
* * *
The Economic Minister of the
Israel Embassy in Washington
announced that Dr. MARTIN
ROSENBLUTH retired from his
position as representative of
the Treasury of the State of
Israel for the Western Hemis-
phere. Rosenbluth has served in
this post since the inception of
the State and will continue to
serve the Ministry of Finance
as a consultant. He will be suc-
ceeded by SHEMTJEL SELIN-
GER, head of the Ministry of
Defense Supply Division in New
York.

* * *

JACK J. ZUROFSKY, of West
Orange, N.J., has been appointed
director of community publicity
services of the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds,
it was announced by Irving Kane
of Cleveland, president. Zurof-
sky was formerly director of
interpretation and promotion of
the Jewish Community Council
of Essex County, New Jersey.

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WASHINGTON, (JTA)—Es-
tablishment of a Federal bu-
reau of intergroup relations for
the express purpose of meeting
"the human needs of urban
dwellers" was advocated here
this weekend, by the American
Jewish Committee.
The proposal was made in
testimony submitted to the
House Committee on Govern-
ment Operations, which is con-
sidering a bill authorizing the
establishment of a Cabinet de-
partment on urban affairs and
housing.

Montefiore Lodge Makes Annual
Contribution to Fresh Air Society

MONTEFIORE LODGE, Free Sons of Israel, a husband
and wife organization now in its 97th year, recently made its
annual donation to the Fresh Air Society. Shown above, from
left, Maxwell E. Katzen, _president of the FreSh Air Society,
receives the check from Montefiore Lodge President Marvin
B. Hyman while Sam Marcus, the Society's executive director,
looks on.

Israelis Attend Parley
of. Mayors in D.C.

WASHINGTON, (JTA) — A
14-member delegation headed by
Mayor Mordechai Ish-Shalom of
Jerusalem has arrived in Wash-
ington to participate in the world
conference of local governments.
The Israeli -delegation consti-
tutes the connecting link between
the present conference and the
15th Congress of the International
Union of Local Authorities
(IULA) which was held in Israel
last year. The IULA flag is being
transmitted by the Israeli dele-
gation from last year's host city,
Tel Aviv, to Washington, D.C.,
the 1961 host city. The Israel
delegation includes the Mayor of
Nazareth, Seif El-Din Zuabi, an
Israeli Arab.

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