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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-03-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH- NEWS — Friday, March 22, 1963 - 22

Molly Picon to Be Guest of Women's
General Solicitation Division Thursday

Molly Picon, star of the smash
Broadway musical about Israel,
"Milk and Honey," will be the
guest of the women's general
solicitation division of the 1963

MOLLY PICON

pledge cards will be the worker's
admission ticket to Molly Picon,"
Mrs. Brandwine said.
The general solicitation divi-
sion raised more than $67,000
in the 1962 Allied Jewish Cam-
paign.
Mrs. Brandwine said it is ap-
propriate that the star of the
musical about Israel should ap-
pear before Allied Jewish Cam-
paign workers. More than 50
per cent of funds raised in the
Allied Jewish Campaign are al-
located for the rescue of op-
pressed Jews overseas and their
resettlement and rehabilitation
in- Israel and other free lands.
Mrs. Brandwine spoke with
equal pride of the work the
Allied Jewish Campaign finances
in Detroit. "Our Jewish Family

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and Children's Service served
more than 500 families each
month where serious maladjust-
ments were adversely affecting
family life. The agency oper-
ated, for the first year, the She-
ruth House for treatment of
adolescent girls with emotional
problems," Mrs. Brandwine said.
"Each month the Jewish Home
for the Aged provides total
care for more than 300 old peo-
ple. The campaign helped fi-
nance summer camping for 900
children and completely fi-
nanced camp vacations for 130.
Sinai Hospital's Shiffinan Clinic
had almost 50,000 visits."
MRS. SAUL NOSANCHUK
Mrs. Brandwine said "we are
going to make Molly our first
Marcia Ellen Kollenberg be-
and only honorary general soli- came the bride of Saul Nosan-
citation worker."
chuk in a ceremony performed
by Rabbi Jacob E. Segal March
10 at Kozin's Restaurant.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. George J. Kollen-
berg of Curtis Ave. Parents of
the bridegroom are Mr. and
Dr. ABBA HILLEL SILVER Mrs. Boris Nosanchuk of Wind-
of Cleveland, world Zionist lead- sor, Ont.
er and a major architect of the
Gary Nosanchuk served his
State of Israel, has been selected brother as best man. Shirley-
to receive this year's Louis D. anne Kollenberg served her sis-
Brandeis award of the American ter as maid of honor. After a
Zionist Council. The presentation honeymoon in Mexico, the new-
of the award will be made by lyweds will reside in Riverside,
Irving Miller, AZC chairman, at Ont.
the New York celebration of
Israel's 15th anniversary, in Lin-
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coln Center, April 28.
• *

People Make News

Allied Jewish Campaign, at a
workers' rally, 1 p.m., Thursday,
John Roosevelt received a
March 28, at the Jewish Center. special certificate from Hadas-
Mrs. Morris Brandwine, gen- sah, the Women's Zionist Or-
eral solicitation chairman, said
;aniza tion of
more than 600 women are ex-
America, pay-
pected to turn in pledge cards
.ng tribute to
that Thursday. "Completed
he late Elea-
rior Roosevelt
and a nnounc-
Molly Picon Will
i n g Hadas-
sah's partici-
Chair Tag Days
pation in the
for Deborah Hospital
establis hment
Molly Picon, star of the Yid-
of a $250,000
dish and English stage will be
Eleanor Roose-
honorary chairman of Detroit's
John Roosevelt velt Memorial
annual Tag Days in behalf of Scholarship Foundation. The
Deborah Hospital .on April 5, 6, fund is being set up by Youth
and 7.
Aliyah, international child res-
Under Miss Picon's leadership cue movement, of which Mrs.
more than 100 members of two, Roosevelt was world patron.
local chapters of the national Hadassah is the official repre-
chest disease center in Browns sentative of :Youth Aliyah in
Mills, N. J., will solicit Tag-Day the U.S.
*
*
contributions in support of its
free, non-sectarian program *of
NATHAN CHANIN, an out-
care and treatment for persons standing figure in Jewish life
with tuberculosis, operable heart for nearly half a century, has
disease, or operable lung cancer. announced his retirement as
The groups that will partici- general secretary of the Work-
pate in the Tag Days are the nien's Circle, national Jewish
Miriam Bensman Detroit Chap- fraternal and cultural organiza-
ter, Mrs. Toba Rothchild, 18497 tion. Chanin, whose 75th birth-
Wisconsin, president; and the day was commemorated last
Mirban Detroit Chapter, Mrs. year, said he plans to continue
Elsie Mitchnick, 28476 Selkirk, his associations with the Work-
Southfield, president. Mrs. Doris men's Circle and other organiza-
Greene, 16232 Wisconsin, a mem-. tions in Jewish life. He has long
ber of the Miriam Bensman been a leader in HIAS, Bonds
Chapter, will be local Tag Day for Israel, and the Jewish Labor
chairman.
Committee which he helped to
Deborah Hospital will also be found. Benjamin Gebiner, Assist-
the beneficiary of a theater ant General Secretary for 25
party the two chapters will spon- years will become Executive
sor at the performance of "Milk Secretary.
* * *
and Honey" on April 4, Mrs.
Greene - announced. Tickets may
DR. MAX LI LICHTER has
be obtained from Mrs. Mae been reappointed to the Council
Gaines at 861-1130, or Mrs. Rita on National Security of the
Millman.
American Medical Association
and as chairman of the Council's
Committee on Disaster Medical
Care.

* *

IRWIN NATINSKY, 14100
Greenbrier, Oak Park, left for
Boca Raton, Fla., where he will
be honored by the John Han-
cock Mutual Life Insurance
Company at its annual Presi-
dent's Club Business Confer-
ence. A member of the Motor
City District Agency in Detroit,
Natinsky is among 246 of the
Company's 7000 - member dis-
trict agency field sales force
who qualified for membership
in the President's Club on the
basis of outstanding sales
records during 1962.

* *

Mrs. MORRIS SATIN, 239
Central Park West, has been
named chairman of the 36th
annual spring donor luncheon
of the Yeshiva University Wo-
men's Organization to be held at
the Americana • Hotel, New
York, March 25. Dr. MIRIAM
K. FREUND, American Jewish
historian and former president
of Hadassah, will be honored
for "outstanding contributions
to Israel and the American
Jewish community."

League of Children's
Orthogenic School to
Present Dr. Barahal

Vows Spoken

DR. MAX K. NEWMAN, psy-
chiatrist, will be the director- of
the department of physical medi-
cine for the non-profit South
Macomb Hospital to be con-
structed at 12 Mile and Hoover
roads at a cost of $5,000,000.
* * *
PHILIP E. HOFFMAN of
West Orange, N.J., has been
appointed chairman of the cam-
paign cabinet of the national
welfare fund cities division of
the American Jewish Commit-
tee's nationwide Appeal for.
Human Relations, A. M. Sonna-
bend, committee president and
national general chairman of
the appeal, announced. JOSEPH
ROSS is the Detroit member of
the campaign cabinet.
* * *

Two of Long Island's promi-
nent rabbis, GILBERT KLA-
PERMAN of Congregation Beth
Sholom, Lawrence, and EMAN-
UEL RACKMAN of Congrega-
tion Shaarey Tefila, Far Rock-
away, will be honored by the
South Shore Jewish Community
at a testimonial dinner, April
28, at the El Patio, Atlantic
Beach, in recognition of their
congregational and community
leadership and for significant
service to many local and na-
tional religious and philan-
thropic endeavors.
* * *
Dr. MOISES GOLDMAN, of
Buenos Aires, chairman of the
South American Executive of
the World Jewish Congress, left
on a round-the-world trip to visit
communities in many lands, in-
cluding India, Iran, Japan and
Hong Kong.

Dedicate Ford High
Additions Thursday

Newly completed additions to
Henry Ford High School, 20000
Evergreen, will be dedicated at
ceremonies 8 p.m. Thursday in
the school's new auditorium.
Bertha Robinson, principal,
will address the gathering. A
madrigal vocal group, under the
the direction of Harry Bunnel
and Milton Aptekar, music de-
partment head, will perform
"Dedication Song" written by
Joel Siegel.
Facilities new to Ford in-
clude an 1,139 seat auditorium,
double g y m n a s i u m, music
rooms, swimming pools, physics
laboratory, business and draft-
ing equipment and a language
laboratory.

Dr. George Barahal, professor
of educational and clinical psy-
chology of Wayne State Univer-
sity, will discuss "What Is An
Emotionally Disturbed Child?"
at the op en
meeting of the
Women's
League for
the Children's
Orthogenic
School 12:30
p.m. April 2 at
the school,:
10235 West
Seven Mile.
Dessert lunch-
eon w ill be
served.
He is a mem-
ber of Michi-
g a n State
Board of Clini-
cal Psycholo-
Barahal
gists, and a director of the Pro-
fessional Advisory Board of the
Orthogenic School.
Sidney Graber, director of the
school, will speak also on its
status and aims.
Mrs. Bernard Moray is pro-
gram chairman, assisted by Mrs.
Max Handler and Mrs. Allen
Kramer, social chairmen.

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