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November 09, 1962 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-11-09

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I Establish New Women's League

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for Children's Orthogenic School

William C. Roney
& Co. Opens Branch

People Make News

..........

M. MILO RAPPAPORT, a rep- LEVENE, professor emeritus of
resentative of Aetna Life Insur- radiology at the Boston Univer-
ance Company at Detroit, has sity School of Medicine, upon
been awarded a certificate upon his completion of 35 years on
completing the Aetna Life career the BU faculty. A pioneer in
training course for life insurance the field of radiOlogy, he was
among the first to employ that
underwriters.
science in the study of heart
* * *
diseases.
SAMUEL B. OSTROW has and gall bladder
* * *
been elected president of the
ROY H. MILLENSON, na-
Intercollegiate Club of Detroit.
He is a graduate of Central High tional representative - of the
and the Detroit College of Law American Jewish Committee,
and has practiced law for 35 has been re-elected chairman of
the National Civil Liberties
years.
Clearing House, an association
* * *
ALFRED L. DEUTSCH has of 80 national, religious, labor,
been elected president of Amer- educational and civic organiza-
ican Savings and Loan Associa- tions.
* * *
tion in a realignment of top
The Atlanta Israel Bond
executive posts by the board
of directors. He succeeds Board of Governors announced
...
„.
Adolph Deutsch, who will remain establishment of an annual
active as • chairman of the BENJAMIN J. MASSELL Israel
Among the leaders of the newly organized Women's board.
Bond Award in memory of the
League for Children's Orthogenic School are, from left, Mes-
* * *
late communal leader.
dames (standing) Michael Karbal, Max Handler, (seated) Hugh
* * *
GORDON MEISNER, general
Rader, Jr., Arthur Rosenberg, president; and Norman Wachler. agent in Detroit for Indianap-
DR. MORRIS WEINLOS, a
* * *
olis Life Insurance Company, leading member of the Edmon-
Announcement has been tors; and Max It. Fisher, Aaron completed a tax and estate plan- ton Jewish community, was re-
made of the establishment of Gershenson, Edward Hahn and ning seminar at McCormick's elected to the Edmonton City
Creek State Park, Indiana, last Council for a second term. A
a non-sectarian Women's Ray White, directors.
Those women interested in week..
former president of the Edmon-
League for Children's Ortho-
* * *
ton Zionist Council and of Beth
genic School, with Mrs. Arthur joining the League to promote
DR. JOHN G. ADAMS, pro- Israel Synagogue, Dr. Weinlos
Rosenberg as president of the the welfare of emotionally dis-
turbed children should contact fessor of pharmacology at the is assistant clinical professor of
first slate of officers.
According to Mrs. Rosenberg, any of the above officers.
University of Connecticut, and surgery at the University of
DR. WILLIAM L. BLOCK- Alberta, Canada, and chief
need for such a group was seen
STEIN, assistant to the dean surgeon at Misericordia Hospital.
due to the "ever-mounting num- Junior Primrose Club
* * *
ber of emotionally disturbed
and associate professor of phar-
children in Wayne, Oakland, to Hold 10th•Annual
macy at Wayne State Univer-
SIDNEY G. KUSWORM, SR.,
Washtenaw and Macomb Coun- Donor Luncheon
sity, have been elected to two- 77, retired in Washington this
ties who were being denied spe-
year terms of office, respec- week after 41 years as chairman
Junior
Primrose
Club
will
cial rehabilitation education be-
tively, as national vice-presi- of the Bnai Brith Commission
hold
its
10th
annual
donor
cause of lack of funds to pro-
dent and national secretary- on Citizenship - and Civic Affairs.
luncheon
Nov.
20
at
the
Town
vide facilities.”
treasurer of the Rho Chi So- He founded the program in 1921,
and
Country
Club,
announced
Insufficient accommodations
and was elected chairman every
ciety.
* * *
and overcrowded conditions in President Thelma Stalburg.
year since. To succeed Kusworm,
Proceeds
will
be
donated
to
existing schools prompted the
MAX STERN, New York busi- the Bnai Brith commission
organizers of the League to the Detroit Association for Re- nessman and prominent Jewish elected SOLOMAN ROSEN
take a special interest in the tarded Children.
leader, has been BAUM, of Fitchburg, Mass.-
A fashion show will high- communal
Children's Orthogenic School,
named the recipient of the 1962
light
the
affair.
Club
members
10235 W, Seven Mile, a Mich-
Norm Latker, who last year
who will serve as models are Siegfried Bendheim Memorial
igan non-profit institution.
Award of Torah Umesorah, the won the plaudits of the sports
This school is adequately Sue Small, Lois Pershin, Bar- National Society for Hebrew world when he came in second
equipped and staffed with ex- bara Bomze, Sandra Landau, Day Schools, according to an
the batting competition, has
pert personnel but its activity Beverly Gold and Ann Sherman. announcement by Samuel C. in
had
a bad year and has been
may be curtailed for lack of
Prizes will also be featured.
funds to meet expenses, accord- Included are two seven-day va- Feuerstein of Brookline, Mass., placed among the Dodger expend-
that
ing to Dr. Sidney W. Graber, cations in Acapulco, six days national president of the or- ables for the two new teams
will play next season in the
ganization.
school director.
in Las Vegas and six days in
* * .*
National League.
In an effort to relieve this Jamaica.
DR. JUDAH LAPSON, direc-
urgency and also to provide
"scholarships," the new Worn- Lois Howard is donor chair- tor of the National Hebrew Cul-
en's League, in cooperation I man. Assisting her are Sandra ture Council, was- elected to
co-chairman; Leah Le- another term as president of the
with the Parents' Guild of the Sheplow,
special projects chair- New York State Federation of expresses its gratitude
School, will sponsor the pre- vinsky,
Estelle Levin and Jocelyn Foreign Language Teachers at
mier performance of "Gypsy" man;
Rochman,
special projects co- the organization's 33rd annual to CANTOR A. A.
in the latter part of December chairmen; Betty
ROSENFELD for the
Hersh financial convention in Buffalo.
as a benefit show.
* * *
fine and inspirational
Officers of the League in- secretary.
For tickets and information,
clude Mesdames Sherman Kay,
JACK BAROFF, district sales
cantorial services
call
Lois
Howard,
DI
1-8699.
treasurer; Norman Wachler,
manager of Mutual Benefit Life
that
he has performed
membership chairman; Michael
If all the motor vehicles in Insurance Co., has been accord-
Karbal, membership co-chair-
ed the insurance business' cov- for the High Holidays.
man; Charles Perlman, advisor; the United States were placed eted C.L.U. distinction. Baroff, We wish him and his
Hugh K. Rader, Jr., Foundation bumper to bumper, they would 23861 Meadowlark, Oak Park, is
chairman; Moritz Kahn and form a line long enough to a former director of Camp Tam- family good health and
Harry Barnett, honorary direc- reach the moon.
long life.
arack, a member of the Oakland
County Child Guidance Center
Philip Stollman,
and a member of the Oak Park
President
City Youth Board.
BY HENRY LEONARD
Jacob Nosanchuck
* * *
Abraham Cardin
The Massachusetts Memorial
Hospital's Medical and Surgical
Vice-Pres.
Society honored DR. GEORGE

William C. Roney & Com-
pany, members of the New York
Stock Exchange and the largest
of "Michigan's Own" stock
brokerage firms, announces the
opening of their eighth office.
The new location is in the
Greenfield Commerce Building
South at 21500 Greenfield, Oak
Park, just across the street
from the Northland shopping
center.
The office will be staffed by
William A. Benjamin as resi-
dent manager, Robert E. Benja-
min, Philip Dennis Rands,
Fred M. Roberts and Robert R.
Simmons, Jr. Naturally, each
man has had previous exper-
ience in the investment busi-
ness.
Roney & Co. was established
on December 19, 1925, by Wil-
liam C. Roney, who is still the
senior partner of the firm, and
at present is also a governor
of the New York Stock Ex-
change.

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