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December 08, 1961 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-12-08

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ocattonat ervtce Dives nigh,
oa to Direct Reznick-Spilkin
Honor to Jewish Women's Council Sinai's Research Troth Announced



Left to right: Robert Kasle, Mrs. Sidney Fleishaker, Mrs. Sol
C. Grossman, Mrs. B. Benedict Glazer and Albert Cohen.

The National Council of Jew-
ish Women was honored by the
Jewish Vocational Service at a
meeting in Temple Israel, Dec.
4, for outstanding assistance
to persons in the Jewish com-
munity requiring scholarship
funds for college and profes-
sional education.
The Council was commended
for its leadership in the Com-
mittee on Jewish Scholarship
Service consisting of 22 organ-
izations having scholarship
funds. The present president of
the Committee is Samuel S.
Greenberg. The Jewish Voca-
tional Service is the profession-
al agency which serves this
committee.
The committee was organized
in 1948 under the 'auspices of
the Jewish Welfare Federation
of Detroit. The National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women was
among the founding organiza-
tions and has participated ac-
tively in the committee's work
from its inception.
The Committee on Jewish
Scholarship Service distributes
approximately $12,000 annu-
ally in scholarship loans and
grants. The scholarship loans
are _repayable without interest
after the student has entered
his chosen occupation. Scholar-
ship assistance has been given
for a wide range of professions
including architecture, dentis-
try, engineering, • medicine, os-
teopathy, social work, and
teaching. Many former scholar-
ship recipients are now leaders
in the Detroit community and
are established in a wide range -

Post Office Issues
Annual Plea for
Early Holiday Mailing

United States Post Office offi-
cials have issued their annual
plea for early mailing during the
holiday season. A few points of
advice on holiday mailing are as
follows:
1. Letters and cards should be
faced one way, tied in bundles
and segregated as to "local" and
"out-of-town." Labels may be ob-,
tabled from any post office.
2. Parcel post should be pack-
\ ed carefully and securely in
strong and durable containers,,
and must bear the complete - re-
turn address of the sender.
3. Parcels containing perish-
able matter must be endorsed
"perishable" directly above the
name of the addressee, and
should be sent "special delivery."
For more information (weight
and size restrictions, rates and
"class" mail, etc.) contact your
nearest post office.

Bar Mitzvahs

Mr. -and Mrs. Frank Yorke
20441 Mark Twain, announce
the Bar Mitzvah of their son,
Charles Joel, will be , observed
8:30 a.m. Saturday at Beth Abra-
ham Synagogue. A dinner party
in his honor will be held Sun-
day at the Mayfair.

Mr. and Mrs. J. George Co-
hen of Oak Park announce the
Bar Mitzvah of their son, Ed-
ward Martin, will be observed
9 a.m. Saturday at Beth Abra-
ham Synagogue.

of professional and adminis-
trative occupations.
Robert Kasle, president of
the Jewish Vocational Service,
presented citations for leader-
ship in the scholarship field to
Mrs. Stanley Fleischaker, spe-
cial advisor of the scholarship
committee of the National
Council of Jewish Women; Mrs.
Sol C. Grossman, its chairman;
and Mrs. B. Benedict Glazer,
co-chairman.

Jan Bart Heads
Bnai Brith's
Salute to Israel

Jan Bart, comedian and singer,
will head Bnai Brith "Salute to
Israel" programs on Monday,
Tuesday and Wednesday eve-
nings.
Eight lodges and chapters are
combining in an Israel Night pro-
gram 8:30 p.m.
Monday at
Holiday NI a n-
or, 18641 Wyo-
ming. Sponsor-
ing the affair
::; . are Motor
City, Morgen-
thau, Rex,
Suburb an,
Downtown,
Stone, Z a g e r
Lodges and
G ershwi n
Chapter.
On Tuesday
night, Marshall
and eight oth-
er lodges and
chapters a r e
Jan Bart
combining i n
an "Israel Cabaret Night" at the
Hayim Greenberg Center.
At 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, eight
Bnai Brith lodges and their re-
spective chapters will sponsor the
"Big 8 Cabaret Night in Israel."
Sponsoring the event are Israel,
Brandeis, Frankel, Oak-Woods,
Centennial, Jacobson, Herzl and
Tucker lodges.
Bart, who is appearing in the
three Bnai Brith programs by
popular request, has appeared all
over the country and Canada, on
behalf of Israel Bonds. Admis-
sion is free.

Only Kosher Restaurant
in Michigan, Kozin's
Nov Open to the Public

Kozin's K o s h e r Restaurant,
the only restaurant in Michigan
under the constant supervision
of the Council of Orthodox
Rabbis, is now open to the pub-
lic at 20340 W. Seven Mile, one
block west of Evergreen (KE
8-2646).
Hours are 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Monday through Thursday, 11
a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, and 2
p.m. to 9 p.m. Friday. Ample
parking space is available.
Bill and May Kozin offer
lunches, dinners and a complete
carry-out service. The restau-
rant is also fully equipped -for
"strictly kosher" catering in
synagogues and homes. Its pri-
vate dining room is available for
showers, banquets and all social
functions.
The Kozins have a slogan:
"Where Kashruth is king, quali-
ty reigns and Mother is our only
competition."

The appointment of Dr. Piero
P. Foa as director of research
at Sinai Hospital of Detroit
has been announced by Abra-
ham Srere, president of the
board of trustees.
Dr. Foa, who will report to
the hospital immediately after
the first of the year, is cur-
rently professor of physiology
and pharmacology at the Chi-
cago Medical School. He is a
cum laude graduate of the Uni-
versity of Milano Medical
School, where
he was a
of the fac-
ulty until
1938. After
serving a fel-
lowship at
Yale Univer-
sity and at the
University of
Michigan, he
.:" joined the
Dr.. Foa
staff of the
Chicago Medical School in 1943.
"Dr. Foa's general research
interest in the field of Endoc-
rinology and Metabolism, with
special emphasis on Diabetes,"
Srere said, in • announcing the
appointment. "However, his
talents and those of the two
associates who are reporting
with him, will be available to
any physician on our staff who
wishes advice or information "
Dr. Foa will hold t
of
Professor of P
at.
Wayne State
vers
Medi-
cal School.
Dr. Foa is member of sev-
eral honor and pro ssional
medical so eties in
ng he
American iabe
iati
the End rine
American hys
iety
the Socie
r
erime
Biology
Medi e
American A • ciatio
the
Advance ent•nce, and
others. e is a member of the
board
f governors and o
seyera commit if the h
cago
art As
airman
been.
Sectio of the S et
4r E
perim tal Biol
cine,
d recentl has re
ed
a Mer Award from
Chi-
cago T
nical So
cil for
chiev
and Commun
Servic
Dr. Foa i marrie ith two
children,
d will reside in
Huntingt
Woods

§ed Sunday

slems of Land s
en societies, their • fu r
d the possible merging
number of the smaller
will be the "
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of
steerin
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Lands
C o u
of
Detr
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held
a.m.
Sund , at the je
enter.

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