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February 16, 1962 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-02-16

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, February 16, 1962 — 26

National Insurance Award Winner

Irving Weisberg, an associate of the Herman Fishman
Insurance Agency, 10101 W. McNichols, received the highest
award for the past year from the Continental Assurance Co.
of America. The presentation of the Man of the Year Award,
to Weisberg (left), as the selectee from all the agencies in
the United States, was made here last week by the president
of th company, Howard Reeder (right), as Herman Fishman
witnessed the ceremony.

People Make News

C. D. JACKSON, publisher of
Life magazine, received the Joey
Award for great humanitarian
service from President Arthur B.
Lorber of the free Jewish Na-
smt—,::::,:w.7wr-, tional Home
- '4‘ for Asthmatic
Children a n d
Children's
Asthma Re-
search institute
a n d Hospital
at Denver,
which recent-
ly admitted 12-
Jackson • year-old Flavio
da Silva, poverty-stricken Rio de
Janeiro boy dying of asthma,
whose admission was featured in
Life. Guest speaker at the din-
ner honoring Jackson was Secre-
tary Abraham Ribicoff.
* * *
RAYMOND S. FRANKLIN,
economics professor at Vassar
College and son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Franklin, 19180 Lauder, will
be the first guest speaker of
the International Relations Lec-
ture Series given by the Pough-
keepsie branch of the American
Association of University Women
and the Adult Education Pro-
gram of the Poughkeepsie school
system.
* * *
RABBI MORRIS ADLER of
Cong. Shaarey Zedek has been
informed by Dr. Alfred Jospe
of Bnai Brith Hillel Foundation
that a contract has been signed
with the well-known publishing
house in Rio de Janeiro for the
publication in Spanish of the
rabbi's book, "The World of the
Talmud." A Portugese edition
is also planned. The book is
being used as a text in the De-
partment of Religion and Phi-
losophy at Princeton University.
* * *
JOHN P. HEAVENRICH, presi-
dent of Whaling's, was elected
president of the National Asso-
ciation of Retail Clothiers and
Furnishers, Tuesday, at the 44th
annual convention held in Wash-
ington.
** *
Dr. SOLOMON B. FREEHOF,
president of the World Union
for Progressive Judaism, left
for a two-month trip to South
Africa to aid the educational
and religious life of the Liberal
Jewish communities in that part
of the world. He was accom-
panied by Mrs. Freehof, a dis-
tinguished author of religious
school texts. Both will partici-
pate in discussions and meet-
ings with South African Jewish
leadership in the Union of
South Africa and Southern Rho-
desia.

membership card in the National
Ladies Auxiliary, Jewish War
Veterans U.S.A. A four-Women
delegation representing the 40,
000 member national service or-
ganization made the presentation
at a ceremony in Mrs. Smith's
Capitol Hill Office. Mrs. Smith,
who was JWVA's "Woman of the
Year" in 1958, said she was high-
ly honored by what she called
the organization's generosity.
* * *
Rabbi ROBERT J. MARX has
been named to serve as the new
regional director of the Chicago
Federation of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations.
He suceeds Rabbi Richard G.
Hirsch.
* *
DR. MEL RAVITZ, member of
the Detroit City Council, will
serve as discussion leader on the
film, "Who Kills the Tiger," at
the Sixth Film Clinic sponsored
by the Detroit Council of Parent
Teacher Associations, Wednes-
day, 9:30 p.m. at McGregor Li-
brarary Auditorium, 12244 Wood7
ward.

Israel Ministry
Officials Arrive
Here to Aid UJA

Two top - level executives in
the Israel Ministry of Education
have arrived in the United States
to assist the 1962 United Jewish
Appeal drive to raise $95,000,000.
The campaign this year in-
cludes a $35,000,000 special fund
to cover the cost of increased
immigration of Jews to Israel
and other lands.
The two officials, Dr. Avram
Biran and Reuven Dafni, are
well-known to the American
Jewish community, having spent
a number of years here while in
the service of the Israel Ministry
of. Foreign Affairs. Both men
will visit various .communities
for extended periods in a special
effort to increase the number and
amount of advance major contri-
butions made to the campaigns.



39 to Graduate from
Shapero School of
Nursing on Feb. 27

The Shapero School of Nurs-
ing, which conducts a program
of practical nursing at Sinai
Hospital, will graduate 39 stu-
dents from its ninth class, at
exercises at the Jewish Center
Tuesday, Feb. 27, 8 p.m.
Dr. J. Edward Berk, director
of the department of medicine
at Sinai Hospital and associate
professor of clinical medicine
* 4: *
at Wayne State University Col-
Senator MARGARET CHASE lege of Medicine, will speak on
SMITH, (Me., R.,) accepted with "The Changing Face of Medi-
"great pride," a gold honorary cine."

Brevities

WAYNE STATE UNIVERSI-
TY THEATRE will present Ber-
nard Shaw's satire on melo-
drama, "The Devil's Disciple,"
8:30 p.m. today, with additional
performances scheduled for Sat-
urday and Feb. 22 through 24,
all at the same curtain time.
Among the cast are Rita Licht-
man and James Goodman.
* * *
The world acclaimed SAN
FRANCISCO BALLET will per-
form at the Masonic Auditorium
Feb. 25, 2:20 p.m.
* * *
DETROIT COUNCIL FOR
TELEVISION will present a
panel discussion on "Television
and Your Children" in an "effort
to open two-way communication
between the parents and the
television industry," 1- 3 p.m.
Monday at the McGregor Memo-
rial Building. Mrs. Lewis Gross-
man is moderator of the panel
consisting of representatives of
CKLW, WXYZ and WWJ, the
Public Library and Wayne State
University. Included also is Mrs.
Edward Stempel. The public is
invited.
* * *
LAUREL VAN DER WAL,
young space scientist and 1961
winner of the Society of Women
Engineers Achievement Award,
has a timely subject for her
Detroit Town Hall appearance
Wednesday. It is "M a n in
Space." Miss van der Wal will
appear at 11 a.m. in the Fisher
Theater, followed by "a celebrity
luncheon. She heads the Bio-
astronautics Group at Sp ace
Technology Laboratories and is
an expert in the engineering
problems of manned space
flight.
* * *
Under the direction of AR-
THUR FIEDLER, the BOSTON
"POPS" ORCHESTRA will give
a single performan t the
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Bas Mitzvahs

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Sorko-
witz, 15325 Pembroke, announce
the Bas Mitzvah of their daugh-
ter, Julie, will be observed 8:45
p.m. today at the Sholem Al-
eichem Institute.
* * *
Dr.
d Mrs. Richard Kamil,
18024 , rington, announce the
Bas
ah of their daughter,
Lesli
aine, will be observed
8:30 . today at Temple Israel.

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