Parents Association Sponsors
Wayne TrainingSchool Carnival
Dr. Jaslow Is Medical
Head at State Home
Appointment of Dr. Robert I.
Jaslow to the post of medical
superitendent of the Plymouth
State Home and Training
School was announced by
Charles Wagg, director of the
State Mental Health Depart-
Prior to joining the institu-
tion's staff in April, 1960, as
clinical director, Jaslow served
as clinical director of the Penn-
hurst State School Annex No. 1,
a 400-bed unit for the mentally
retarded in Chambersburg, Pa.
A pediatrician, he is a graduate
of Leheigh University and the
Jefferson Medical College.
Jaslow resides with his wife
and three children at 15480
Sheldon, Northville. He is a
member of the Temple Beth
Am in Livonia.
A carnival, the first in a series on the organization's
agenda, was sponsored Sunday by the Parents and Friends
Association of the Wayne County. Training School, Northville.
The 700 children at the school, their parents and friends
attended the afternoon's functions, which included enterta .
ment and many games, and the serving of refreshme
the playfield opposite the school grounds. In t
Dr. Pasquale Buoniconto, medical superinte
of • e schoo
(extreme left) are, from the left, direct
of the association
who supervised the day's activities:
lam Boone, Robert
Kaplan, Mrs. Martin Horowitz, a
'ation president, Mrs.
Alfred Prieve, Mrs. Peter Setcos
nd Martin Horowitz, who
inducted the Wayne County
ming Sch Cu out
group during the day's festiv
S. L. A. Marshall to Address ZOD
Next Thursday o
Gen. S. L. A. Marsha
address the first meeti
year of the Zionist 0 nization
of Detroit, next Th day, 8:30
p.m., at the Jewish nter, Cur-
tis and Meyers.
Judge Ira G. Kau
dent of ZOD, announcin
for the meeting, extended an
invitation to all members and
friends to be present and hear
the guest speaker's report on
his recent visit in Israel, where
he covered the Eichmann trial.
Refreshments will be served
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of directors set a goal of $18,
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350,000 for the 1961 TorcirDrive,
that Anne Rule L-6.
to be held Oct. 17 through Nov. 9. was a iving symbol of the 1961
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Saul Cohen, Ben Zager, Harry Reznick
Meyer L. Prentis, retired treas- Torch Drive."
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urer of General Motors and for
12 years chairman of the OF goal
and allocations committee, rec-
ommended the figure to the
board at a meeting at which Wil-
liam M. Day, president of the
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Max M. Fisher, board chairman
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of Aurora Gasoline Company,
president of the Jewish Welfare
Federation, is general chairman
IN THE CITY
of be 1961 Torch Drive. He will
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head. an army of 100,000 volun-
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teers Who last year Obtained con-
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tributions from 1,525,000 . of. the
3,304,750 • residents of the Trirch
Drive solicitation area, which in-
cludes all of Macomb County, all
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but nine townships of Oakland
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WE WILL BE
half townships Of Wayne County.
Five-year-old Anne Rule, a
cerebral palsy patient who is be-
ing treated at the Detroit Ortho-
paedic Clinic, has been named
torchlighter for the 1961 Torch
Drive. She will press a button
that lights the 54-foot torch at
the foot of Woodward Avenue on
the evening of Oct. 17. She was
introduced by Fisher at a
luncheon meeting of 300 Detroit-
Chase & Sanb•
, area executives at a corporate
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We Sell Nationally Advertised Brands That You Know You Can Trust
DAIRY or MEAT!
TEMPLE- ISRAEL - MEN'S
CLUB will begin its new season
with a breakfast 9:30 a.m. Sun-
day. This annual event is a get-
acquainted meeting for old and
new members. Guest speaker ,will
be Ernie Harwell, announcer of
Detroit Tigers baseball games,
who will discuss the activity be-
hind the "Baseball Scene." Har-
well will donate several auto-
graphed baseballs to members.
ced Or Halves
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TEMPLE BETH AM MEN'S
CLUB will hold its first annual
Yom Kippur Night Dance Sept.
20 at the Grand River-Beech Rd.
YMCA. Music will be provided
by Sam Grushkoff. For informa-
tion, call Lou Miller GR 4-5308.
The club will also sponsor Sun-
_ day morning bowling at Merri-
bowl Lanes. Interested bowlers
may call Len Goldberg, GR
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ADAS SHALOM MEN'S CLUB
will hold its second annual festi-
val dance 8:30 p.m. Sept. 23 in
the synagogue's social hall. Pan-
chito and his orchestra will be
featured. Refreshments will be
served. Guests are invited.
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We Reserve Right to Limit Quantities
4 to 6-lb. Avg.