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March 15, 1963 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-03-15

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ig-Delidow
Troth Announced.

Il

People Make News

Three elementary public
schools in New . York have be-
gun instructions in the Italian
language, it was announced by
Assistant Superintendent Trucla
T. Well, New York City Board
of Education. BENJAMIN LEV-
INSON is coordinatot - of Italian-

Zuckerman Announces
Atlantic Utilities
Enters Gas Field

Paul Zuckerman, 14471 Liv-
ernois, chairman of the board
of directors of Atlantic Utilities
Corporation, which heretofore
was engaged in the construction,
ownership and operation of
water-treatment and sewag e-
disposal plants and water-dis-
tribution and sewage-collection
systems, announced that the
company is expanding into the

Dr. Joshua A. Fishman, Dean
American Playwright Forum
of New York produced and pre- of the Y e s h i v a University
' G r a d u ate
sented a play by RHODA NA- : - -. - :. — -
School of Ed-
THANS at the Sheridan Square
ucation, will
Playhouse on Feb. 18. The play,.
take a year's
"Cinders in the Sun," received
leave of ab-
critical acclaini. Miss Nathans,
sence, from
daughter of the Robert Nathans
American Groups Interested in
of Manor Ave., is a graduate of
:::::.,:,,,,.. August 1963
to September the Teaching of --Italian in the
Wayne State University. She is
distribution at retail of liqui-
1964, to accept Detroit Community.
presently an assistant of publi-
fied petroleum and gas as well.
*
*'•*
a fellowship
cation for Natural History Mag-
Atlantic Utilities Corp. is a
at the Center
azine at the Museum of Natural
LEONARD. GORDON, commun-
publicly-owned company whose
for Advanced ity affairs associate . on the staff
History, NYC.
stock is traded Over-The-Coun-
Study in the of the Jewish Community Coun-
* * *
ter.
Behavioral
cil, will participate in the pro-
Members of WSU's Men's Glee
Sciences.
Dr.
gram of the Michigan Academy
Club participating in the group's
Fishnian is of Science, Arts and Letters at
Midwest Concert Tour, March
6 to 60
For roam Men
one of 50 lead- Kalamazoo on March 22. Gordon
24-30, include RICHARD APTE-
':,.;?:::.:
ing
educators
to
present
a
.
has
been
invited
KAR, 18080 Strathmoor; MAR-
MISS ARLENE. WOLBERG
Dr. Fishman and social sci- paper on "Community Consensus
SEVEN MILE At EVERGREEN
SHALL FORSTOT, 18978 Prai-
Mr. and Mrs. Loyed Wolberg
rie; DENNIS GREEN, 26425 entists. invited to study at the Formation Case Analysis,"
based on his research into the of Northfield Blvd., Oak Park,
Coolidge, Oak Park; LARRY Stanford, Calif., Center.
* *
factors influencing school bond announce the engagemet of their
Elegant Bar Mitzvah Suits
KATKOWSKY, 24449 Santa Bar-
tiara, Southfield; and BOB MIL- LAWRENCE S. KUSHNER, and millage votes in Oak Park daughter, Arlene, to Norton Deli-
With The ROYAL Fit
dow, son of Mrs. Pearl Delidow
LER, 18523 Edinborough. student at the Hebrew Union during the past decade.
*
I of Mark Twain Ave. A June 9
College, Cincinnati, 0., has been
• * *
SAUL P. FRIEDLANDER, accepted to Phi Eta Sigma, uni-
MAURICE A. BETMAN was wedding is planned.
head of the Scientific Bureau versity honorary scholarship elected president of the Special
Agents Association of the North- Rosenwald Post Holds
of the Israel Ministry of De- fraternity.
*
western Mutual Life Insurance Purim Games Night .
fense, was awarded a $2,530
CARLA LIPSIG, 17 - year - old Co. representing all Northwest-
grant by the Rockefeller Foun-
Rosenwald Post and Ladies
dation for the completion of student at Brandeis University, ern Mutual Agents in South- Auxiliary, American Legion, will
research at the Graduate Insti- was chosen co-winner in a na- eastern Michigan.
hold their annual joint Purim
*
tute of International Studies in tional essay contest on "Youth's
games night 8:30 p.m. March 27
TRY LAVAL'S SUPER-SET
Geneva, Switzerland, on "The Challenge in the Labor Market
Borman Quarterly Dividend
at the Beth Yehuda, 17556 Wy-
BEER SHAMPOO
American Factor in German of the 60's" in connection with
The directors of Borman Food oming.
"Hair Just Loves It"
Foreign and Military Policy, j the 50th anniversary of the U.S. Stores, Inc., at its quarterly - Refreshments will be served
Department of Labor.
meeting declared a cash divi- and prizes awarded. Friends are
1939-1941."
• Grooms, adds extra body
* * •
* *
. dend of 121/2c per share, to be invited. Proceeds go to charity-
• No after sprays or wave sets
needed
EPH L. LEVIN, commander
DR. LEON FRAM of Temple paid on April 10, to stockhold-
• Eliminates oil . . . removes
of the Nilva-Dansky Post of the Israel will be among a contin- ers of record of the company
dandruff
AAA GRADE
Jewish War Veterans in Minne- gent of American friends and at the close of business on
• Cleans and conditions the hair
ALL HUMAN HAIR WIGS
apolis, has been elected first members of the Hebrew Union March 18.
• Contains protein PLUS . . .
Save up to 50%
healthful
chairman of the newly estab- Board to depart March 23 for
Usually $175
First Choice of Women
lished Minnesota Council of the convocation of the Hebrew
NOW $87.50 Guaranteed
National Whle. Drug Co., Dist.
Veterans Organizations, a co- Union College—Jewish Insti- Laval's Super-Set
Myerlon Synthetics $30
Limited Time
ordinating unit for veterans tute of Religion Biblical and Beer Shampoo on Sale
Information
WO 1-0270
EL 7-4682
Phone
KE 7-8440
activities.
Archeological School March 26
A
state-wide
promotional
sales
4.0011\o/1.010%.00%•
■ •••••••••• ■ ••"111-
* * ,1:
in Jerusalem.
campaign
is
now
in
progress
for
*
*
DR. MORRIS EPSTEIN, edi-
the all-new Laval's Super-Set
tor of the World Over and di-
SYLVAN CAPPELL, 16, a stu-
rector of public relations for dent at the Bronx High School Beer Shampoo.
With more and more retail
the Jewish Education Commit- of Science - in New York, and
tee of New York, has been ARTHUR SHAPIRO, 17, who at- outlets now handling the prod-
elected president of the Ameri- tends Central High School in uct, the Laval's Super-Set Beer
can Jewish Public Relations Philadelphia, won first and sec- Shampoo should find a ready
Society, the professional associ- ond prize, respectively, in the market amongst the consumer.
What does it do? Laval's Su-
ation of public relations direc- Westinghouse National Science
tors and personnel employed in Talent Search. Cappell gets a per-Set Beer Shampoo cleans and
Jewish communal service.
$7,500 scholarship to the college conditions the hair for perfect
of his choice. Shapiro receives wave sets—tested and approved
in beauty salons for two years
QUALITY WORKMANSHIP
LICHTIG INSURANCE a $6,000 scholarship.
*
and now bottled in attractive,
AGENCY has been appointed a
COMPETITIVE PRICES
DAVID LIPPITT, local agent containers to the retail trade.
general agency by Bankers Na-
for
Indianapolis
Life
Insurance
In
connection
with
the
sales
tional Life Insurance Company,
according to William F. Good, Company and a member of the campaign now in progress, the
agency vice president of the Werner, Meisner, Lippitt and Laval Laboratories will send 25
DON'T FUSS-DON'T CUSS-CALL US
Montclair, N. J., based company. Sanfield Agency, has been cited full size eight ounce bottles of
ALLEN D. LICHTIG has been as "Man of the Year for 1962" Laval's Super-Set Beer Shampoo
UN 2-9558
in the insurance business since in his Agency. Lippitt was to the first 25 women who send
1922 and, before joining Bank- awarded this honor in recogni- in a post card or letter to the
FREE PICKUP & DELIVERY
ers National Life, was associat- tion of his "outstanding sales Laval Laboratories, 1406 David
ed with Dominion Life Assur- record and meritorious service Broderick Tower, Detroit 26.
ance. WILLIAM B. LICHTIG to policy-owners. His achieve
has been in the insurance busi- ments are exemplary of the high-
ness since 1958 and, before est standards of the professional
. joining Bankers National Life, life underwriter."
was also associated with Domin-
Rabbi ELI M. LAZAR, a
ion Life Assurance.
* * *
fourth generation rabbi in a
Wayne County Democratic family of rabbis serving the
Chairman DAVID TFBENBOM American Jewish community,
announced that the Wayne will become the 714th rabbi and
County •Democratic Committee graduate of the Rabbi Isaac
has endorsed the millage and Elchanan Theological Seminary
bond proposals placed on the to receive "Semicha" from Dr.
April 1 ballot by the Detroit Samuel Belkin, president of
Board of Education. This action Yeshiva University and Dean of
was taken after a majority of the Seminary, at the three-day
the executive boards of the six Torah Semicha (ordination) Con-
'Congressional District Organiza- vocation, March 16-18.
* * *
tions voted to support the two
DR. RALPH D. RABINO-
proposals.

PRINCETON SHOP

KE 3-4310 - -,4)

SAM KOPPELMAN SAYS.

To Round Out Our Services
We Have Added
• WHEEL ALIGNMENT and
• WHEEL BALANCING

1-MILE MENDOTA SHELL SERVICE

ELAINE
JEWELRY O.,

**

*

RABBI AARON BENDER of
90 Maross Ave., Mt. Clemens, a
graduate of Yeshiva University's
Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theologi-
cal Seminary, will take part in
a three-day Torah Semicha Con-
vocation, March 16-18, it was an-
nounced by Dr. Samuel Belkin,
president.
* *
MERTON J. SEGAL, 24261
Gardner, Oak Park, with Segal
Agency offices at 801 W. 11
Mile, Royal Oak, received the
"Leader's Volume Plaque" at
the General Agents' Business
Conference held recently by the
Bankers Security Life Insurance
Society of New York.

VITCH, director of Hawthorn
Center, will speak on "Children.
and The Threat of War" at a
luncheon sponsored by the De-
troit Women for Peace in honor
of MRS. LINUS PAULING
noon March 21 at Carl's Chop
House. Men are invited also to
make reservations with Mrs.
Abby Krystall, UN 2-1946.
* *
CAPT. LEONARD M.
SHLAIN, MC, serving in Sau-

mur in southwestern France,
will assume command of the
61st General Dispensary. Capt.
Shlain, son of Mr. and Mrs.
George Shlain, 25241 Gardner,
Oak Park, commands the 192nd
Medical Detachment.

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