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August 18, 1961 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-08-18

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WASHINGTON — Mary E.
Switzer, director of the Federal
Office of Vocational Rehabili-
tation, has been named "Wo-
man of the Year" by the
National Ladies Auxiliary of
Jewish War Veterans • of the
United States.
Bertha W. Krause, president
of the service organization, an-
nouncing Miss Switzer's selec-
tion, said she was named for
unstinting and outstanding serv-
ice to disabled persons the
world over:
Miss Switzer was honored
Wednesday at a banquet in
Baltimore during the JWV Aux-
iliary's 34th. National Conven-
tion. She received a silver-faced
plaque bearing this inscription:

"A

forceful champion of
those having physical and
mental handicaps, to gain the
right to live in- dignity."

Eleanor Roosevelt and Sen-
ator Margaret Chase Smith, are
among previous recipients of
the Auxiliary's "Woman of the
Year" Award.
Miss Switzer has headed the
Office of Vocational Rehabilita-
tion since 1950. During her ten-
ure, the number of handicapped
persons who returned to useful
employment jumped from 55,000
in 1954 to 88,000 in 1960.
Last year Miss Switzer be-
came the first woman to win
the coveted Albert Lasker
Award for her international
work in rehabilitating the dis-
abled.


amages

SHAW-ROBINER: The mar-
riage of Carole Marlene Robiner
to Rodney Shaw was herd Aug.
15 at Temple Israel. The newly-
weds are ..the -children of Mr.
and Mrs. Dick Robiner of San
Juan Dr. and "Dr. and Mrs. S.
Irwin Shaw of Cherrylawn Ave.
A family dinner at Topinka's
Country House followed the cere-
mony. The couple departed for
a northern Michigan honeymoon.
They will reside in Des Moines,
Iowa, where the bridegroom is a
sophomore at the Des Moines Col-
lege of Osteopathic Medicine and
Surgery.

Cornell Dance Students
Win National Contest

Six students of the Cornell
Dance Studio, 18049 Wyoming,
won honors in the nationwide
ballroom dancing contest for pre-
teens and teen-agers sponsored
by the Dance Masters of America
at Philadelphia.

The winners were Carol Rose
and Mark Rosen who won first
place for the fifth and sixth grade
division, making this their 11th
win since starting their lessons;
Marcy Rose and Donald Schon
who won first place for the sev-
enth a
•e division,
bri
their total o trophies
laine Zom er and
Davison, third place
in the high schoo divi-

`Was
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Ameri-
can P
m' s the
tray-
eloo
eing offered by t
Chil-
Division of the
wish
er 1:30 p.m. today
the
aron DeRoy The
The film sho
stone
and s nic po
est as
the
Mount
Vern
onument,
Bota
the White
Hous
er where. Lin.
coin
e Capitol, and
man
ildings and monu-
eli as documents of
lean heritage.

On account of Labor Day ; deadline for copy sub-
mitted to The Jewish News
of Sept. B-
which is to be our a
ill have
to be in our h
ore noon on Fri
1.
Since
• ashanah occurs on Monday d ues-
day, co
r the Sept. 15 issue must reach us b fore
noo
riday, S t. 8.
ere will b i n e •
•• e fo
Sep 22
e, due to the cur ce of
on Sep 20.
Deadline fo 11 Class • • d
ye g for the pt.
issue will be
noon T sd
Sept. 19.

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MEAT
POULTRY p
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AND
MARKET
WATCH OUR WINDOWS FOR
Our SPECIALS OF THE WEEK!

1

MISS SUSAN JACOB

Mr. and Mrs. Philip Ja
Robson Ave. announce
gagement of their d
Susan Phyllis, to Daniel
der, son of Dr. and Mrs.
M.CSnyder of Oak Dr.
Miss Jacobs attended the
versity of Michigan and is
junior in the Wayne State
versity College
Education.
is affiliated withp
e lta Phi Epsi-
lon sorority. Her fiance also at-
tends Wayne State University
and is a pre-medical senior ma-
joring in pSychology. He is affili-
ated with the Sigma Alph Mu
fraternity.
A Dec. 16 wedding is planned.

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ichi..
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a

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1 7 - THE DETR OIT JEWIS H NEWS — Fri day, August 18, 1961

Mary E. Switzer Jacobs-Snyder
Titled 'Woman of Troth Announced
the Year' by JWV

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Sweet or Salt

8-oz.
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lbs.

They Eat Like
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NIBLETS

Whole Kemal

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