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January 12, 1962 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-01-12

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, January 12, 1962

Jewish News Columnist Raskin
Helped Get Bus for Hospital Kids

People Make News

D R . LAWRENCE BERMAN
has been named chairman of the
department of pathology of
Wayne State University's Col-
lege of Medicine.
* *
IRVING GOLDBERG has been
elected Chief Barker of Variety
Club.

* * *

JAY S. MURRAY was one of
the speakers who participated in
the annual planning day meeting
and seminar of the Daniel S.
Coelho Insurance Agency, Jan. 5.
* *
Rabbi JASON JACOBWITZ, of
Kew Gardens, N.Y., has been
named assistant to the director
of admissions at Yeshiva Uni-
Celebrating the arrival of the new bus fox' Northville State versity.
*
*
Hospital were, from left, Dr. Philip N. Brown, hospital super-
ROBERT J. GREENE, a form-
intendent, who received the keys from Danny Raskin, Detroit
Jewish News columnist, as Mrs. Charles Dell, bus chairman, and er Detroiter now living in Silver
Sam Rodd, president, of the Hawthorne-Northville Chapter of Spring, Md., who for the past
the Michigan Association for Emotionally Disturbed Children, two years has ben director of
the Central Seaboard Area for
looked_ on.
the American Jewish Commit-
* * :g
An organization dedicated to in over a period of three months tee, has been appointed inter-
helping local institutions in their in response to the call for aid. group relations officer of the
Administration.
care for emotionally disturbed Raskin was the first to publicize Urban Renewal
* * *
children says the arrival of a the worthwhile project in his
HARPO MARX, BRENDA
new bus for youngsters at North- "Listening Post" column in the
LEWIS and FRANZ ALLERS
ville State Hospital is due to Jewish News.
conducting the Symphony of the
"awakening public interest"
Sam Rodd, chapter president,
elicited by Detroit Jewish News said the hospital needed the bus Air will be among the musical
columnist Danny Raskin and because it was unable to provide highlights at the annual dinner-
concert of the American-Israel
other sources.
adequate schooling for the chil-
The 16-passenger school bus dren due to a shortage in teach- Cultural Foundation to be held
was presented to Dr. Philip ing personnel. The bus will be at the Waldorf-Astoria, New
Brown, hospital superintendent, used to take groups of children York, Tuesday evening, it was
by the H a w t h o r n-Northville to special evening classes at anounced by Robert S. Benja-
Chapter of the Michigan Associa- Hawthorn Center, a specialized min, chairman of the annual
tion for Emotionally Distrubed treatment facility for emotion- $150 a plate fund raising event
which is expected to raise over
Children. It will be used by the ally disturbed youngsters.
$200,000 in behalf of Israel's"
institution's Children's Service.
The bus was purchased with
1,918 gift stamp books, accord-
ing to chairman of the project,
Mrs. Charles Dell. More than
4,000 trading stamps were sent

cultural life. Guest of honor at
the dinner will be HERBERT
H. LEHMAN, who will get the
award "for distinguished service
to America, Israel and all hu-
manity."

Congressman SIDNEY R.
YATES, of Chicago, has been
given the Illinois Democrats'
endorsement to be the candi-
date for U. S. Senator aganst
Everett M. Dirksen, Senate Mi-
nority Leader, who is seeking
re-election.
*
*
MAXWELL M. GURMAN has
been re-appointed public re
tions counsel for the W
f
County Chapter of the Ma
Dimes (National Foul tion)
and is newly appointe public
relations counsel for
e Oak-
land and Macomb Co ty Chap;
ters.
*
Dr. MORTON
ITT ha
ofessor o
been promoted to
psychology in Wayn State Un
dicine by
versity's College of
of gov-
the University's boa
ernors.

* * *

MRS.- EDWARD H. H
former Democratic Na
Committeewoman from Cali-
fornia, has been named regent
of the University of California,
to complete the unexpired term
of her husband, a financier,
who died recently.
*
A. L. JACOBSON announces
the formation of a consulting
organization to serve food in-
dustry firms.

Bereznitzer Society -
Installs New Officers

Bereznitzer Aid Society will
hold a dinner and installation
of officers Jan. 18 at the Sho-
lemlem Aleichem Institute, an-
nounces Sol Kanat, chairman.
Officers are Jacob Koss, pres-
ident; Max Lieberman and Isa-
dore Rosenberg, vice presi-
dents; Joseph Shebowich and
Mrs. I. Markel, secretaries;
Joseph Kohn, treasurer; Mrs.
Joseph Kohn and Mrs. - M. Tere-
belo, ladies' hospitalers; and
Mr. and Mrs. H. Guss, men's
hospitalers.

Detroi
'son
mes
Ho
rvice. Divisi
a move to bette escribe
le work of the divi n, De-
troit Edison's Home
ervice
hereafter will be calle "Elec-
tric Living Division." I
aking
the announceme
E. 0.
George,
etroit Edi
sales
vice
d nt, said
at Miss
Mar
head
the divi-
sion
ave
e title of
rviso f E
ric Living,"
the consu
ts of the di-
-would b nown.as "Elec-
Living
isors."

TER INSPECTION

ibbon—Oil-
an Platten
Dry Clean

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Typewriter with trade

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TYPEWRITER

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Open Doily 9-9; Sun. 12-5

Women's Auxiliary

OF THE

UJA Inaugural
to Fete Drive

ewish National Fund

Leaders of c imunity cam-
paigns in var sp‘ o
e
country will
ored at the
national ina- tral dinner of
the United wish Appeal, Feb.
11, at
e Waldorf - Astoria
Hotel,
w York, it was an-
nounce by Joseph Mey -Koff,
UJA neral chairman
T
feature of the
will mark the
ching of the
paign, will be
unce-
nt of thi year
, big
ts, UJA leader
een
siting co
unities
explai
e greater
r f s th'
ar to assi
over eas.
The mere
eds of
mber agent'
re expr ed
the 1962 UJ campai. goal
0
95 million which in des a
$3 million special
nd to
cov
the costs o increased
immi
n of
s to Israel
and othe

ANNUAL DONOR TEA

Tuesday, January 30, 1962 — 12:30 p.m.

Guest Artist

Guest Speaker_

AT

TEMPLE ISRAEL

17400 Manderson Rd.

`Sex and Religion' Is
Topic for Social Singles

The Jewish Center "Social
Singles" (21-35) will meet 8
p.m. Sunday at the Center.
Rabbi Israel Goodman of Cong.
Bnai Israel in Pontiac and Dr.
J. Rosenbaum of Wayne State
University will give their views
on "Sex and Religion." Refresh-
ments will be served. For in-
formation, call Leon Olshansky,
UN 1-2490.

MISS IRINA MATARI

FOR

RESERVATIONS:

CALL

MRS. GEORGE LERNER, UN 2-7438

Fund-Roising -Choirmon

MRS. SOL LIFSITZ, DI 1-0622

Donor Secretory

MRS. EDWARD WISHNETSKY, DI

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President

RABBI CHARLES E. SHULMAN

Fifth Anniversary Banquet of the

Tuesday, February 6, 1962 — Rainbow T

cademy P.T.A.

race,

Cocktails 6:30 p.m. — Dinner 7:00 p

GUEST SPEAKER:

RABBI NATHAN BULMAN

Cong. Adath Jesh•'run
Newport News, Va.

yo

g

2 . A Per ate

ENTERTAINME

HONORARY CHAIRMAN:

ZAN GILBE

DR. JAMES N. PEPPER

and ORCHESTR

Co-Chairmen—Mr. and Mrs. David Dombey-

Supt. Oak Park Schools

and

k Loewenberg

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