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April 05, 1963 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-04-05

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American Cancer Society Launches
April Educational Life-Saving Drive

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KINNERET CHAPTER, Pio
neer Women, will meet noon
April 11 at the Labor Zionist In-
stitute. The afternoon's topic for
discussion will be the Jewish
National Fund. Hospitality will
be accorded by Rose Sugarman
and Esther Nusbaum. Friends
are invited, according to Rebecca
Cohen, membership chairman.

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ROSENWALD LADIES AUX-
ILIARY, American Legion, will
meet 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at the
Beth Yehudah, 17556 Wyoming.
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Dr. Harry M. Nelson, president, S.E. Michigan Divi-

sion of American Cancer Society, and Philip Slomovitz
(standing), shown with Congressman John D. Dingell
(center), seated with Mrs. and Mrs. Earn Gargan.

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Appeals for participation in
the Cancer Control Month ac-
tivities and the financing of the
work of the American Cancer
Society were made at a lunch-
eon meeting last Friday at the
Detroit Press Club by Congress-
man Jahn D. Dingell and Dr.
Harry M. Nelson, general chair-
man of the current campaign
and president of the ACS South-
eastern Michigan Division, re-
spectively.
Speaking from personal tragic
experiences as a sufferer from
cancer of the larynx and who
now talks again thanks to the
esophagael speech lessons given
him through the American Can-
cer Society, William Gargan, who
became famous as the TV star
"Martin Kane, Private Eye," ap-
pealed for support of the ACS
campaign. Gargan first learned
that he had cancer while he was
playing the title role in the play
"The Best Man" in which he
depicted a former U. S. Presi-
dent who dies of cancer.
Dr. Nelson stated that many
cancer victims can be saved, if
the disease is detected on time.
He deplored the fact that only
13 per cent of the countrys adult
population has had examinations.
Dr. Nelson, chief of the gyne-
co1ogy department of Woman's
Hospital, said 73,000 Americans
will be stricken by cancer in
1963 unless the educational pro-
gram is stepped up. He reported
that Wayne State University's
medical department has received
large American Cancer Society
allocations for research on con-
cer.
Congressman Dingell -asked
community-wide support for the
drive during April. He said 30,-
000 volunteers are being en-
rolled for the month's efforts
and he stated that $500,000 will
be needed as this area contribu-
tion towards the American Can-
cer Society's work.
Dr. John R. McDonald was an-
other speaker at last Friday's

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luncheon meeting.
Members of the board of the
Southeastern Michigan Division
of ACS include Jason Honigman,
Dr. H. C. Salzstein and Dr. Her-
bert J. Bloom.
Michigan volunteers, as part
of a nationwide army of work-
ers, will distribute ACS pam-
phlets in door-to-door visits on
April 22, Rep. Dingell said.
"In this way, more than 40
million copies of these life-sav-
ing facts will be .distributed
door-to-door throughout the na-
tion, in the greatest educational
drive in the history of the so-
ciety," he added He explained
the volunteers w:11 urge citizens
to heed advice in the literature
and to ask for contributions that
will help save other lives.

Lerner Appointed
to Succeed JFCS
Director Silver

Samuel Lerner, chief of so-
cial services at the Wayne Coun-
ty Juvenile Court, has been ap-
pointed director of the Jewish
Family and Children's Service,
it was- announced by Max M.
Shaye, president of the agency.
Lerner will succeed Harold
Silver who resigned, effective
May 10, to accept a position as

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Women's Clubs for use
in our April 12 issue, due
to Passover, must reach
our office before noon to-
day. Copy arriving after
the deadline will be re-
tained for use the follow-
ing week, and all other
copy will be discarded.

LIVONIA GROUP, Hadassah,
wild hold a games night 8 p.m.
April 29 at the Labor Zionist In-
stitute. Refreshments will be
served. Prizes will be awarded.
* * *
SCOTIANS will meet April
10 at the home of Mildred Wil-
son, 24285 Westhampton, Oak
Park.
* *
SHOLEM ALEICHEM INSTI-
TUTE WOMEN'S DIVISION will
hold its annual Passover lunch-
eon 12:30 p.m. April 13 at the
Institute. Morris Becker will
speak on "The Unique Book of
the Bible—The Song of Songs."
* * *
LADIES OF YESHIVATH
BETH YEHUDAH and WOMEN'S
SABBATH LEAGUE will hold a
Oneg Shabbat 3 p.m. Saturday at
the Yeshiva. Mrs. Bertha Loi-
genbaum and Mrs. Pearl Leader
are in charge of arrangements.
Rabbi Leib Bakst will speak.
Friends are invited.
* * *
JEWISH WOMEN EURO-
PEAN WELFARE ORGANIZA-
TION board will meet noon
April 11 at the home of Mrs. S.
Tushman, 17333 Mendota.

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the Israel Ministry of Social
Welfare.
Lerner was educated at the
University of Newark and re-
ceived his Master's degree in
social work from Smith College
in 1947. He assumed his posi-
tion with the Court in January
1961 when he rated highest in
a nation-wide competitive civil
service examination. Prior to
his court appointment he was
the director of the Child Guid-
ance Clinic in Battle Creek,
Mich., and had worked in pub-
lic welfare, child care and fam-
ily service agencies.
A reception in his honor, to
meet members of the board and
staff, was given April 3. The
Jewish Family and Children's
Service, a Torch Drive agency,
receives part of its support from
the Jewish Welfare Federation.

"ALL THE WAY HOME,"
the only straight drama to win
both the Pulitzer Prize and the
New York Critics Award, opens
at the Wayne State University
Theater April 19.
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The • new 1% million dollar
MAI KA/ THEATER, Plymouth
and Farmington Roads, Livonia,
will hold its Grand Opening
Wednesday with the first run
zone showing of Walt Disney's
"San of Flubber," it was an-
nounced by Nicholas George,
owner of the new 1,400 seat
theater, the largest to be built in
the Greater Detroit area in the
last 20 years.

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An exhibit of the works of
MARVIN CHERNEY will be held
April 7-20 at Garelick's Gallery,
20208 Livernois. A preview and
reception will be held 2-6 p.m.
Sunday.

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HOME CATERING

Northville State Hospital has
set aside April. 30, May 1 and 2,
during Mental Health Week, for
community groups to tour the in-
stitution.
A general tour for the public
has been arranged for April 28.
Special exhibits will mark the
path of visitors through, the fa-
cility.
Groups can make arrange-
ments for luncheon on the
grounds or receive additional in-
formation by contacting Louis J.

Schuldt, director for community 14
relations, Northville State Hos-
pital, 41001 Seven Mile, North- I
ville. (Fleldbrook 9-1800).

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Women's American ORT, in-
vites all to a production of
"Milk and Honey" 8:30 p.m.
April 16 at the Fisher Theater.
For information, • call Gerry
Berkal, DI 1-7589, or Jo Raiz-
man.

Northville Hospital
Invites Groups to
Arrange for Tours

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cert of the season 8 p.m. Sunday
at the Detroit Institute of Musi-
cal Art. Performers will be Ron-
ald Knudsen, Kay Knudsen,
David Ireland, .Mario Di Fiore
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