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May 03, 1963 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-05-03

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STANFORD T. SHULMAN,
son of Mrs. Frank Tarchis of
Toledo, 0., and the late Edward
I. Shulman, has been elected to
membership in Ohio Delta Chap-
ter, Phi Beta Kappa national
honor society, at the University
of Cincinnati. He plans to enter
the Chicago University Medical
School in September.
* * *
PAUL A. NIDA, 3474 Sutton
Place, Birmingham, was pre-
sented the William A. Paton
Award for excellence in the
Michigan examination for C.P.A.,
having achieved the highest
score in the state, at a dinner
given by the Michigan Associa-
tion of Certified Public Account-
ants.
* * *
DAVID ALLAN ROTTEN-
BERG, son of Dr. and Mrs. Leon
Rottenberg and a senior at the
University of Michigan, has
been awarded the Marshall Aid
Commemoration Commission
Scholarship to do research in
biochemistry for a higher de-
gree at Cambridge, England.
Following two years of study at
Cambridge, beginning in the
fall, he plans to attend the Har-
vard University Medical School.

* * *

RAVID LIPPITT, special agent
in Detroit and Oak Park for In-
dianapolis Life Insurance Com-
pany, has completed a training
program held by the firm at Tur-
key Run State Park in Western
Indiana. Lippitt qualified for the
course in advanced programming
and business insurance on the
basis of his productioh during the
past year.
* * *
PAUL ZUCKER1VIAN, chair-
man of the board of Atlantic
Utilities Corp., announced that
the company has entered into an
agreement to provide sewer and
gas service to the Coral Beach
Heights subdivision of New
Smyrna Beach, Florida, 14 miles
from Cape Canaveral. The Coral
Beach Heights subdivision has a
potential of approximately 4,000
homes, and at the present rate
of construction and sale of
homes, it is estimated that the
Developer should dispose of
250-300 homes per year.
* *
Senator ESTES KEFAUVER
of Tennesee will be the guest
speaker at the national dinner
of the Union of Orthodox Jew-
ish Congregations of America,
Sunday, at the Americana Hotel,
New York. Guest of honor at
the dinner will be NATHAN K.
GROSS of New York. UOJCA
national vice president and
chairman of the Orthodox Un-
ion's joint Kashruth commission,
who will be presented with the
organization's Kether Shem Tov
Award for service to the Jewish
community.
* * *
MAURICE A. BETMAN has
insured and delivered more
than $1,000,000 of Northwestern
Mutual Life Insurance for the
agents' year 1962-63. At the end
of March, he leads all North-
western Mutual Agents for
Southeastern Michigan and is
65th in sales Nationwide.

to Make New York Bow in March

Dr. Max L. Lichter, general
chairman of the 1963 Respira-
tory Diseases Campaign being
conducted by the TB and
Health Society, said hundreds
of Jewish Community Council
organizations are taking part
in the program.
"Actually, some 500 presi-
dents of member organizations
in the JCC have volunteered to
disseminate information about
the RD campaign," Lichter
said.
Many of the groups involved
volunteered after Rabbi Rich-
ard C. Hertz, a member of the
TB and Health Society board
and an RD Committee member,
urged them to take note of it.
Lichter said that getting the
message before any group
-is as simple as picking up the
telephone to request a five-min-
ute talk from the TB and
Health Society (Call WO.
1-1697). Films, leaflets and
speakers are available, Lichter
said.

Photos by Zim Linea'

Israel's biggest and most luxurious passenger liner, the
23,000 gross ton S/S SHALOM (Peace), will make her maiden
voyage to New York during the first week of March, 1964, and
will inaugurate her regular service to Haifa, Israel, with a
Passover voyage, it was announced by Gottlieb Hammer, presi-
dent of the American-Israeli Shipping Co., Inc., of 42 Broad-
way, New York, U.S. representatives of the Zim Lines.
Hammer made the announcement at a luncheon held
aboard the S/S ZION in New York in honor of Zvi Herman,
joint managing director of the Zim Lines, who is visiting here
from Haifa.

RICHARD SHELDON PAN-
USH, PAUL MITCHELL RED-
STONE and RICHARD STEVEN
WISHNETSKY were among 15
of 3,600 juniors at the Univer-
sity of Michigan to be tapped
for the Phi Beta Kappa honor
Round Table Women Hold Spring Event
society.
Max Schrut
The spring e v e n t of the zalle Bailey. Mrs. Christopher
* * *
For Good Photographs
DANIEL E. LIPSCHUTZ will
Women's Division of the Detroit Rambeau is general chairman.
and Prompt Service
give a violin recital as part of
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herst College Department of
12:15 p.m. Wednesday at Mary- :
Music 8:15 p.m. Wednesday. The
grove College. '
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public is invited.
Sister Mary Aim, president of i. MIKE GREEN'S 4(
Weddings - Bar Mitzvahs
* * *
We Come to Your Home
Marygrove, will welcome mem- *
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W 5 ith Samples
MUSIC
JON. BENSKY received an
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award based on his performance
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luncheon. Mrs. Julia Lazar is *
in the financing committee and
refreshment chairman for the
* * *
DAVID SCHWARTZ delivered
even t. Mrs . Morris Adl er w ill e>ZX€K+:XX>r.AKX*XXWX*:<:KK:*y:>axxey::;kwF
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a major speech on nuclear dis-
...
Dr. PETER MARTLN has been review "To Kill a Mocking
armament at the Model United selected by Governor Romney to Bird."
Nations Assembly conducted by serve as his special advisor on
The program has been ar-
650 high school students April mental health.
ranged by Mrs. Harold Scha-
New Colors, Styles, Fabrics
26-28 at the University of De-
chern and hospitality by Mrs.
troit. Jon and David, of Berk- Slate Evaluation
Charles Goldstein and Mrs. Gon-
• SUITS • SLACKS
ley High School, represented
• SPORT COATS
the Burma delegation. Their Meeting for MONTY
sponsor and advisor was MRS.
Representatives of the syna- Israel Agriculture
• ALL-WEATHER
ESTHER ZANDER, interna- gogue youth commissions affil-
COATS
Institute
Gets
Grant
iated with MONTY (Michigan
tional relations teacher.
* * *
and Ontario Traditional Youth) from United States
No Money Down. Just Charge It !
The election of Mrs. LEON- will hold an evaluation and
WASHINGTON (JTA)—The
..411D I. SHANKMAN of Scarsdale planning meeting 10 a.m. Sun- United States Department of
and New York City to the pres- day at the Shaar Hashomayim Agriculture announced that a
REMODEL YOUR DOUBLE BREASTED CONTINENTAL SUIT
idency of the Women's Division Synagogue in Windsor, Ont.
four-year grant, equivalent to
TO A SINGLE BREASTED CONTINENTAL SUIT!
Synagogues represented in $101,160 in Israeli pounds, was
of the American Friends of the
EXPERT ALTERATIONS AND REMODELING
Hebrew University was an- MONTY are Beth Abraham, awarded to the National and
OF LADIES' AND MEN'S CLOTHING.
nounced by Philip G. Whitman, Bnai David, Gemiluth Chasso- University Institute of Agri-
president of the American dim, Beth Tefilat Moses of Mt. culture, Rehovot, Israel, to fi-
TUXEDO RENTALS — Perfect Individual Fitting
Friends. Mrs. Shankman suc- Clemens and Shaar Hashomayim nance studies of seedling emer-
To ilors,
ceeds Mrs. Louis S. Gimble, Jr., of Windsor. Co-chairmen are gence and establishment of
Cleaners,
Rabbi Israel I. Halpern of Beth forage plants in areas where
of New York.
Clothiers
* * *
Abraham and Rabbi Samuel rainfall averages eight to 12
GRAHAM T. OVERGARD, Stollman of Shaar Hashomayim. inches annually.
LI 7-1511
22155 Coolidge, Just S. of 9 Mile
Wayne State University's com-
Israeli scientists will deter-
40:•=,
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'<•>,
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poser, conductor and educator, Mayor Proclaims
mine how forage plants respond
will direct the five Bob-Lo
to spacing, seeding depth, soil
music festivals, June 12, 13, 14 `Asthma Week' Here
compaction, moisture condi-
Mayor
Cavanagh
has
pro-
and 17 and 19, on the Island of
tions. types of cultivation, and
claimed
May
5-11
as
"Asthma
Bob-Lo. The 66th season of the
climatic variations. The re-
Bob-Lo cruise begins May 30. Week in Detroit."
search will be under technical
Members and friends of three supervision of the U.S. Depart-
This is Dr. Overgard's eighth
year as director of the festivals. Detroit chapters will be on the ment of Agriculture's Agricul-
Forty-five high school bands street corners with canisters tural Research Service.
Known from Coast to Coast
(approximately 3,000 musicians) asking for contributions. Par-
from Michigan and Ohio will ticipating are the Northwest De-
35 YEARS SERVING THE BEST IN
troit Chapter, Mrs. Norman Citron to Address
participate this year.
* * *
Goldsmith as Tag Day chair-
Branch 11 LZOA
Mrs. LYNDON B. JOHNSON, man; the Detroit Junior Chap-
Dr. Abram F. Citron, professor
ter,
Mrs.
Sanford
Hoffman,
wife of the Vice-President, has
accepted the honorary chair- chairman, and the New Life of sociology in Monteith College
manship of the Israel Indepen- Chapter, Mrs. Thomas Riley and at Wayne State University, will
address a meeting of Branch 11,
dence Ball, it was announced by Mrs. Ted Smith, chairmen.
Labor Zionist Organization of
Carl M. Freeman, Chairman of
America, 9 p.m. Saturday at the
the Ball. An annual celebration Avrunin Branch Will
home of Mr. and Mrs. Manfred
under the patronage of Ambas- Fete Jewish Press
Werner, 14421 Rosemary, Oak
ADDED ATTRACTION
sador of Israel Avraham Har-
Avrunin Branch of Farband Park.
man, and Mrs. Harman, the ball will meet to commemorate the
He will present a critical anal-
Party Banquet Rooms
this year will mark the 15th 100th anniversary of the Jewish ysis of Norman Podhoretz's "My
anniversary of Israel, Sunday, press Saturday evening at the Negro Problem and Ours." The
For All Occasions
June 9, at the Sheraton-Park Labor Zionist Institute.
article appeared in the February
OPEN 7 DAYS
Hotel, Washington.
I. Reisman will discuss the de- issue of Commentary magazine.
* * *
BR 2-0644
velopment and influence of the A social hour will follow the dis-
20231 JAMES COUZENS
SAM SKLAR has retired Jewish press. Friends are in- cussion. Friends are invited.
Within Walking Distance of Northland
from the Free Press after 38 1/2 vited. Refreshments will be Program chairman is Gloria Lif-
FREE PARKING
AT GREENFIELD
years service with the paper's served. Louis Rosenberg, chair- shay. -For information, call Mrs.
Sara Schiff, LI 4-4827.
circulation department.
' man, will preside.

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DINNERS 5 to 10 p.m. — BREAKFAST 1 a.m.
LUNCH 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
AFTER THEATRE SPECIALTIES
COCKTAIL LOUNGE .. • . PIANO BAR

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23 -- THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, May 3, 1963

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