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November 10, 1961 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-11-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, November 10, 1961 - 28

Silver Is First
to Receive New
State Certificate

Harold Silver, director of the
Jewish Family and Children's
Service, is the first person in
Michigan to receive the Certifi-
cate of the Academy of Certi-
fied Social Workers, established
by the National AssociatiOn of
Socal Wojkers.
Starting Dec. 1, a plan for the
certification of professional so-
cial workers in every state -will
go into effect and qualified so-
cial workers will be able to
identify •themselves as full-
fledged professionals by the use
of the initials ACSW.
Only members of the National
Assocation of Social Workers
mr are eligible
to become cer-
' tif ie d. It is
expected that
some 300 so-
cial workers
in Detroit and
about 15,000
in the country,
will be certi-
fied by the end
Silver
of this year.
Silver has been an active
member of the National Asso-
ciation and its predecessor or-
ganization, American Associa-
tion of Social Workers, since
1928. He has held various offices
in the Detroit Chapter, includ-
ing the chairmanship in 1934-35.
On the national level, he has
served as chairman of the Com-
mission on Personnel Standards
and Practices," which has de-
veloped the certification pro-
gram.
He has been prominently as-
sociated- with the National Con-
ference of Jewish Communal
Service, serving_ as member of
the Executive Committee, treas-
urer, vice president, and as
president in 1946-47.
Currently he is, chairman of
the Central Regional Committee
of the Child Welfare League of
America which is preparing the
conference to be held in Detroit
in March. During the summer
of 1961 he made a study of pub-
lic assistance in Israel fot the
Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds.
_Mr. and Mrs. -Harold Silver
have two children: a son, Reu-
ben, who recently received his
doctorate in speech at Ohio
State University, and a daugh-
ter, Rena, who resides at Urim
Kibbutz, Negev, Israel.

According to Dr. Gordon J. F.
MacDonald of the National Aero-
nautics and Space Administra-.
tion, • the earth is about 2 per
cent ,fatter around the waist
than -it should be.

i-D AY E N I

League of JNHA
Donor on Jan. 24

A major fund-raising event,
its annual donor luncheon, will
be sporisored by the Detroit
League, Jewish National Home
for Asthmatic Children and
Children's Research Institute
and Hospital, at Denver, Mrs.

MRS. SIDNEY WALLACE

Sidney Wallace, president of
the League, announced this
week. The event will be held
at the Elmwood in Windsor.
Co-chairmen of _ the ticket
committee are Mrs. Joshua Kar-
bal; UN 2-5607, and Mrs. Sol
Perlman, UN 3-2039. Reserva-
tions also • are being taken by
Mrs. Wallace, LI 3-0307.
Mrs. Wallace reported that
there are three children at the
Denver home from Detroit. In
her appeal in behalf of the De-
troit League's project she stated:
"The Children's Asthma Re-
search Institute and Hospital
has developed into the world's
largest asthma research center
in the world; working towards
a cure of asthma in children.
Only children afflicted with 'in-
tractable' asthma are admitted
to the home. There are children
from 37 states, Canada and Is-
rael. Little Flavio; much pub-
licized youngster from Rio de
Janier,o, Brazil, who has been a
patient at the home since last,
June, is now doing well. He has
an english vocabulary of . some
60 words, has made many-
friends, and is progressing to-
wards_ good health. Many of
these children arrive at the
Home in precarious health, and
after treatment Mid care of
about two years, are rosy,.
healthy, happy, leading normal
lives."

Israel's Postal Services
Israel's postal services in-
clude some 275 post offices and
postal agencies in- cities, towns
and villages throughout the
country as well as about 25
mobile post offices which serve
nearly 500 settlements.

BY HENRY LEONARD

JWV Activities

OAK PARK AUXILIARY
will present "An Evening of
Interior Decoration" 8 p.m.
Tuesday at the studio of Maxine
Sheldon, 19358 Livernois. Re-
freshments will be served.
Guests are invited. For in-
formation, call Mrs. I. Binder,
LI 2-8899.
* * *
LT. ELI LEVIN LADIES
AUXILIARY will meet 12:30
p.m. Tuesday at the home' of
Louba Luppiloff; 18105 Hub-
bell. Hostesses will be Jeanne
Polansky and Ida Phillips.
* * *
BLOCH ROSE POST and
AUXILIARY will hold a cock-
tail party 7 p.m. Sunday at the
JWV Memorial Home, 4095 W.
Davison— Buffet supper will be
served. Games will be featured.
Mrs. Morton Oppenheim and
Irving Kane will speak. Pro-
spective members are invited.
For reservations, call Mrs. A.
Braunstein, BR 2-3081, or M.
Rosenfeld, UN 4-8404.
* -* *
DOUBLAJAYS, JWV Youth
Group, will hold its paid-up
membership party Saturday at
the home of Linda Milinsky.
The' grolip will- host the Sy
Teens AZA Chapter of Oak
Park.
* * *
DETROIT LADIES AUXILI-
ARY will hold its annual mem-
bership luncheon 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the JWV Mem-
orial Home. Featured speaker
will be Past President Lillian.
Bernstein. Entertainment and
prizes will be featured. Guest's
are invited.

Bar-I anBanquet toHonorMarshall

The Bar-Ilan University ban-
quet committee announces that
at the dinner at Latin Quarter,
Dec. 13. Gen. S. L. A. Marshall,
renowned writer and military
analyist, - will
be the guest
of honor. -
G e n. and
Mrs. Marshall
visited Israel
several times
and are show-
ing a deep in-
terest in high-
er education
in the Jewish
State.
In his fre-
q uent state-
ments in be-
half of Israel
Gen. Marshall
stressed t h e Gen. Marshall
importance of this young demo-
cracy in the Middle East and
has commended her pattern of
freedom.
Gen. Marshall is well known
for his books on Israel's War of
Independence and the Sinai
Campaign, to both of which he
was an eye witness.
On his many trips, to Israel,
both Gen. and Mrs. Marshall
visited the - Bar-Ilan University
and is well-acquainted with its
growth and development. He
was a close friend of the late
Dr. Pinchos Churgin, founder

-

and first president of the Bar-
Ilan University.
The annual affair of the Bar-
Ilan University in Detroit has
become a city-wide event in
which the leadership of the
community gather together to
express their' devotion to this
great institution of higher
learning in Israel.
The guest speaker this year
will be the distinguished schol-
ar and orator, Dr. Joseph H.
Looksteln, : president •of the
board of governors of Bar-Ilan
University. in Ramat-Gan. Chair-
man of the evening will' be Dr.
Jacob E. Goldman, prominent
physicist, who is deeply devoted
to the Israel university.
A musical program will be
announced later.
For information and reserva-
tions for this affair, call DI
1-0708-9.

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Mumford Parents Hear
Councilman Mel Ravitz

Mumford Parents Club will
present Dr. Mel J. Ravitz, newly-
elected to Detroit's Common
Council, as guest' speaker at its
next meeting 8:20 p.m. Tuesday.
Ravitz, a professor at Wayne
State University, has been active
for a number of years in city gov-
ernment. He has been chairman
of committees on City Planning,
Urban Adjustment, Detroit Hous-
ing, and was a member of the
(Romney) Citizens Advisory
Committee on School Needs. He
will speak on "The Problems of
Detroit".
The public is invited.

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Oak Park Order Plans
Joint Holiday Party

A joint Holiday Party will be
held Nov. 29 at the Berkley
Masonic Temple by the Oak
Park Eastern Star Chapter 525,
the Oak Park Masonic Lodge
591 and the Oak Park DeMolay
Chapter.
Entertainment and refreSh-
ments are included in the party
devoted to. children on Hanukah.
Ticket informatiOn is avail-
able from Mrs. I. Robert Stahl, ,
LI 74791 and Allen Zeitlin, LI
7-4668.

Machrowicz to Speak
to Tau Epsilon Rho

Judge Thaddeus M. .Machro-
wicz, who was recently appointed
to the Federal Bench here, will
be the guest speaker at a dinner-
meeting of the Detroit Graduate.
Chapter of Tau Epsilon Rho Law
Fraternity to be held 6:15 p.m.
Tuesday at Menjo's Supper Club,
928 W. McNichols.
Members of the Detroit Grad-
uate Chapter and of the local
under-graduate chapters are in-
vited to attend.

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