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November 09, 1962 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-11-09

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Detroiters to Play Major Role in CJF-WF Assembly

Detroit Jewish leaders will
play major roles in the 31st
General Assembly of the Coun-
cil of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds at the Hotel
Sheraton, Philadelphia, Nov. 15-
18, it was announced this week
by Irving Kane of Cleveland,
CJFWF president.
Mrs. Theodore Bargman is one
of the panelists for the session
on "Serving the Aged Outside
Morris Garvett will be chair-
man of the workshop on "Fed-
erations Role in Jewish Educa-
Robert Kasle will be a discus-
sion leader for the session on
"A Five Year Appraisal of Lead-
ership Development Programs."
Mrs. Philip R. Marcuse is a
CESIUM RING (above) WAS DEVELOPED AT CITY OF HOPE discussion leader for the Wo-

The Detroit Businessmen's
Group of the City of Hope, a
non-sectarian medical and re-
search center for catastrophic
diseases at Duarte, Calif., will
celebrate the 50th anniversary
with a champagne dinner-dance
Nov. 25 at the Sheraton-Cadillac
Plans for the event were
announced by President Harold
Kozloff. Entertainment chair-
men are Morris Sukenic, Al
Kushner and Harry Goldberg.
In addition to arrangements
for top stars, music will be
provided for dinner and danc-
Proceeds from the affair help
to support the institution which
covers 90 acres and has a staff
of 500. The hospital is a 200-bed
More than 150,000 patients
have been treated at the City
of Hope, free of charge. A
"Parent Participation Program"
encourages mothers and fathers
to assist in the daily care of

Adas Shalom Couples -
Host Cocktail Dance

stricken children, in accord-
ance with the hospital's em-
phasis on personalization of
care and a family-centered
The medical center's research
institute is engaged in a con-
tinual search for the causes
and treatment of physically
and financially catastrophic
diseases; such as cancer and
allied malignancies, blood,
chest and heart afflictions.
More than 100 projects are
underway in biochemistry,
cytology, genetics, medicine,
microbiology, pathology and
The Cesium Ring, one of the
major advances in the treat-
ment of cancer, was developed
at the City of Hope with the
support of the Detroit com-

Hillel Day School
Holds Open House

The P.T.O. of Hillel Day
open house to be held 8:30
p.m. Wednesday at the school
building, 15110 W. 10 Mile, Oak
School is sponsoring its annual
Highlight of the evening will
be the presentation of a 30-
year charter to the school by
Dr. James M. Pepper, super-
intendent of the Oak Park Pub-
lic Schools, on behalf of the
State of Michigan. Mrs. Oscar
Bigman, president of the P.T.O.,
announced that there will be a
gift presented to the school at
the occasion of the Hanukah
Rabbi Abraham Zentman,
principal, invites the parents to
meet the teachers and visit
classrooms where the students'
work and textbooks will be

men's Communal Service session
on "Persistent Campaign Prob-
lems: Experience of Women's
'Isidore Sobeloff will be the
moderator of the workshop for
intermediate cities on "The 1963
Community Campaign."
Other Jewish communal lead-

ers who will attend the Assem-
bly are Mrs. Esther Appelman,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Field, Max
M. Fisher, Rabbi Leon Fram,
Mrs. Morris Gar v et t, Mrs.
Charles Lakoff, Judge and Mrs.
Theodore Levin, Mrs. Harold
Silver, George M. Stutz and
Milton Weiner.

Algiers Hotel Plans
Thanksgiving Gala

A gala Thanksgiving weekend
highlighted by three Broadway
shows, sports and beauty con-
tests and a special cocktail
party is planned at the Algiers
Hotel, Miami Beach, Fla.
Also on the agenda are a
scavenger hunt, "coke-tail" par-
ties for teenagers and contin-
uous dancing to two orchestras.
Owner-hosts Dave Levinson and
Lou Kenin also announced at-
tractive rates for the Nov. 21-25
Thanksgiving period.

Afro-Asians to Speak
at Brenner-Truman,
Farband Meeting

NOW . . . as always, on our

there is no such thing
as incurable disease,
there are only those
diseases for which no
cure has been found.

A panel of citizens of Afro-
Asian countries will be featured
at an open_ meeting of the
Brenner-Truman Branch, Far-
band Labor Zionist Organiza-
tion, 8:30p.m. Wednesday at
the Hayim Greenberg Center.
Panel participants are Andre
Diatezulwa from the Congo;
Vijay Mathur, an Indian;• Abra-
ham Levy of Israel, and Hari
Muyia of Kenya.

Adas Shalom Married Couples
Club will present a cocktail
dance Saturday night at the
synagogue. A buffet supper and
Senior Bicur Cholem
a Joe Cornell dance demonstra-
tion are features of the eve-
Holds Fund-Raising
The Detroit Senior Bicur
A twist contest will be high-
Cholem will hold its fund-
lighted. First prize will be a
raising tea 1 p.m. Monday at
gift certificate for free dance
Cong. Beth Tefilo Emanuel Tik-
lessons. A limbo bar will be
vah, 18515 Wyoming, announced
set up for more energetic
President Mrs. Lena Techner.
Contributions will be accept-
For information, call Mrs.
ed to buy linens for the dis-
Harvey Suris, LI 6-6532.
pensary at Batei Avot Chil-
Committee members include
dren's Village in Bnei Brak,
Mr. and Mrs. Lou Tubben, Mr.
and Mrs. Al Goldstein, Mr. and
Friends are invited. For in-
Mrs. Sheldon Brodley, Mr. and
formation, call Mrs. Techner,
Mrs. Dan Weisberg and Mr. and
UN 1-1853.
Hordes To Head Dinner In
Mrs. Mel Foster.
Honor of Judge I. Kaufman
There are 3,550,000 miles of
Announcement was made this
Mishkan Israel Elects week
of the appointment of roads and streets in the United
Philip Stollman Prexy William Hordes as chairman of States. Rural mileage is 3,120,-
Philip Stollman was elected the 5th annual
000, and urban roads and streets
president of Cong. Mishkan Is- dinner spon-
are another 430,000.
rael at a recent meeting.
sored by the
Other officers elected are Merkos L'In-
Lazar Ham-
yonei Chinuch.
mes, vice-
The dinner,
president; Ed-
to be held De-
ward Pacern-
cember 17, will
ick, treasurer;
honor Judge
Isidore Sos-
Ira G. Kauf-
nick, chairman
man for h i s
of the board;
untiring ef-
Jacob Bacow,
forts and sup- Hordes
port of the organization. -
chairman of Stollman
Hordes said, "I hope the
the finance and cemetery com-
mittees; and Jacob Nosanchuk, entire community will turn out
chairman of Fund-raising.
en masse to honor Judge Kauf-
Irving Samoff was elected man and show their support of
executive secretary and chair- this most worthy organization."
man of the building and man-
agement committees.
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Gala Golden Anniversary
Dinner Dance and

an incomparable
evening with


also featuring

* Jayne Mansfield

her first appearance in Detroit!

* JoAnn Val,

adorable songstress


Sunday, November 25, Hotel Sheraton Cadillac

Did you return your invitation?

Acceptances to the Golden Anniver-
sary Evening must be returned at
once. Please notify your sponsor.

Become a partner with CITY OF HOPE, call TE 4-8900 today!


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Detroit Businessmen to Celebrate
50th Anniversary of City of Hope

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