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September 21, 1962 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-09-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, September 21, 1962 -- 24:

Bar-Ilan Scholarship Honors 70th
Birthday of Belkin, Odessa Leader

Dr. Luby Appointed Health Education Director for Public Schools

Divisional director of the bined schools of Duffield and and holds all three degrees--
Health and Physical Education Brownson.
bachelors, masters, and doc-
Department of the Detroit
A Central High School grad- torate—from Wayne State Uni-
Public Schools is Robert R. uate, Dr. Luby is 44 years old versity.
Luby. Official approval of his
appointment was made at the
regular meeting of the board
of education last week.
Former principal of the
Duffield School, Dr. Luby came
to the Detroit schools in
September of 1940 as an emer-
gency substitute in the health
education department. He
served as a health education
instructor at the Lingemann and
the Columbian Schools until
To Your Loved Ones or Your Hostess with a beautiful gift basket
1951 - when he was named
of mouth-watering fruits and goodies from Market Basket!
assistant principal of the Alger
Cali Us NOW for Better Service
In 1954 he became assistant
principal of the Columbian then
"Speedy Recovery," "Sympathy"
went to the Duffield in the
same capacity in 1956. In 1959
or "Boa Voyage"
he became principal of the corn-
more important titan what you say is



Looking at a Bar-Ban University catalogue, from left, are L.
Weiner, vice-president of the Odessa Society; Samuel Belkin,
honorary president of the organization; and • Jack Ormond, its
president. The Society recently held a tribute meeting in honor
of Belkin on his 70th birthday. A scholarship was provided for
Bar-Ilan by the Society.

Darsky, Gordon Named to Staff
of Jewish Community Council


The selection of two new
members to the staff of the
Jewish Community Council of
Metropolitan Detroit has been



announced by Stanley J. Wink-
elman, president.
The new staff members are
David H. Darsky and Leonard
Gordon. They have been as-
signed to work with two of the

Council's major standing com-
mittees. Darsky will be secre-
tary of the Internal Relations
Committee and Gordon of the
Community Relations Commit-
In addition, they will work
with the various sub-committees
including the Council's Mass
Media, Livonia, Neighborhood
and Housing, and South Oak-
land County Committees. The
two new staff associates will
work also in the various pro-
grams in which the Council is
engaged with the non-Jewish
Darsky is a graduate of the
University of Michigan and
holds a master's degree in lin-
guistics from the University of
Michigan. He was active in Stu-
dent Zionist work on the cam-
pus. Prior to joining the Coun-
cil's staff, he was associated
with the publication of the Ben-
dix Division at Ann Arbor.
A graduate of Wayne State
and a candidate for a doctoral
degree in sociology, Gordon is a
native Detroiter. He received a
master's degree at the Univer-
sity of Michigan and occupied
a teaching position in Oak Park
High School. He was also a
graduate instructor at Wayne
State University.
Darsky and Gordon will serve
as community affairs associates
on the council staff, Winkelman

how you say it. Expressions of sym-
pathy, best wishes or congratulations
are much more effective with a gift
basket that speaks for you . . . in an
eye-appealing, taste-tempting and Bair
isfying manner.
For your next celebration whatever
the occasion, order from our large
variety of champagnes, wines and
liquors . . . by the bottle or case
to meet your neds.

Sid Shmarak's

Business Briefs

In the ad for VASSAR
CLEANERS which appeared in
last week's issue, the price for
the cleaning of pants, skirts and
sweaters was quoted as 39 cents.
The price should have read 44

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Seymour Rosenwasser
Awarded Coveted CLU

Seymour M. Rosenwasser,
assistant general agent, Massa-
chusetts Mutual Life Insurance
Company, has been awarded the
coveted Chartered Life Under-
writer designation at national
exercises of
the American
College of
Life Under-
writers in Chi-
cago, Ill.




with fish
a tot
eat it feat!

has been in
the life insur-
ance business
for the past
eight years, Rosenwasser
and during the last three and
one-half years he has, in addi-
tion to his sales activities, acted
as an assistant general agent
with the Ruben Gold Agency of
Massachusetts Mutual Life In-
surance Company.
He is a 1951 graduate of In-
diana University, and in 1953
he received a master's degree
in business administration from
Syracuse University. Prior to
entering the life insurance busi-
ness, Rosenwasser taught at
Syracuse University and was
engaged in the private practice
of accounting. Rosenwasser and
his wife, Shirley, and their two
children reside in Oak Park.


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