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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-06-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, June 14, 1963 --

Holtzman-Singer
Troth Announced

Kasle, Wetsman. Re-Elected Heads
of Vocational Service, Workshop

Robert Kasle was re-elected
president of the Jewish Voca-
tional Service, and William N.
Wetsman was - re-elected presi-
dent of the Community Work-
shop at the annual meeting of
both agencies.
Elected as officers of the
Jewish Vocational Service were
Milton M. Howard and Max M.
Isberg, vice-presidents; Joshua
M. Horowitz, secretary; and
Paul Broder, treasurer.
Officers elected by the Com-
munity Workshop were Ronald
L. Greenberg and William Zack,
vice - presidents; Benton B.
Wolfe, secretary; and Mrs. Ga-
briel N. Alexander, treasurer.
Trustees elected by JVS are
Mrs. Stanley Akers, Morris
II. Brown, Kaye G. Frank,
Robert Kasle, Fred M. Gins-
berg, Dr. Mark L. Kahn, Ar-
thur H. Rice, Arthur J.,Rubi-
ner, Harold S. Norman.
Community workshop elected
as trustees Mrs. Gabriel N.
Alexander, Sam Frank, Malcolm
S. Lowenstein, Joseph H. Orley,
David Steinmen, Benton B.
Wolfe, Clarence L. Ascher,
Byron Gerson, David Dunsky,
Robert M. Zell, Morris Lieber-
man.
Kasle presented the Jewish
Vocational Service Employer-of-
the-Year plaque to the Clover
Glass -Co. for outstanding assist-
ance in employing personnel
referred by the Jewish Voca-
tional Service. Robert Rivest
accepted the award for the
company.
The Contractor - of - the -Year
plaque from the Community
Workshop was presented by
Wetsman to the S. S. Kresge
Co. The company was repre-
sented by A. B. Fairbanks, di-
rector of public relations.
The Jewish Vocational Serv-
ice served approximately 1,800
clients in 1962 and made over
450 job placements. About 650
clients received intensive .job
and vocational counseling serv-
ice.
Kasle said an "excellent
start" has been made in the
special Jewish Vocational
Service program sponsored
by the Baron DeHirsch Fund.
This program, which has the
purpose of expanding job op-
portunities for retired per-
sons, has already resulted in
the job placement of several
retirees.
Wetsman said the Commu-
nity Workshop exceeded all
previous levels of activity in
1962. It provided 41,000 man
hours of work, and $28,000 in
wages to clients. One hundred
and ten- individual clients were
served in the Workshop during
the year, and 50 per cent of

,

MISS KAREN HOLTZMAN

Mr. and Mrs. David Holtz-
man of Blackstone Ave., Oak
Park, announce the engagement
of their daughter, Karen Sue,
to Dr. M. Jack Singer, son of
Mr: and Mrs. Albert Singer of
Littlefield Ave.
The bride-elect will be gradu-
ated from Wayne State Univer-
sity's College of Education this
summer. The prospective bride-
groom is a graduate of Wayne
State University and the Col-
lege of Osteopathic Medicine
and Surgery, Des Moines. A Nov.
27 wedding is planned.

`Israel Today' at
TelenewsTheater

"Israel Today", a new color
film, has its first Detroit show-
ing at the Telenews Theater for
eight days only.
This 28-minute film takes the
viewer to the new state of Is-
rael to show the rapid rise in all
its forms of activity.
Tel-Aviv, with all its broad
boulevards, modern architectu-
ral forms, huge airport and
harbor, is most impressive. Oth-
er sights: Jerusalem, the old
and new divided by a wall .. .
its university attended by stu-
dents from all nations . . . the
world -renowned Saha Temple
. . . the modern science insti-
tute . . . ultra swank hotels .. .
a state-maintained youth camp
. . . thriving oil and diamond
industries . . . Nazareth, home
of Jesus . . . aqueduct construc-
tion on the desert.
"Israel Today" is a perceptive
and intriguing film that should
please all moviegoers.
On the same program is
"Three Days in Italy", a new
color film. "A Bridge Named
Emma", a color film on the is-
land of Curacao and "Switzer-
land Sportland", a color sports
film. Late world news items
completes the program.

,

Dr. Shulman Gets
Carnegie Award for
Year's Work in USSR

Kalt-Gossman
Troth Announced

those found placeable were ul-
timately employed in industry.
The Jewish Vocational Serv-
ice-Community Workshop re-
search project, under a grant
from the United States Office
of Vocational Rehabilitation, is
now in its fourth and final year.
This project is attempting to
evaluate and predict the em-
ployability of a group of psy-
chiatric patients who are cur-
rently in-patients in a state
mental hospital. This project is
being conducted in cooperation
with the Michigan Division of
Vocational Rehabilitation and
Northville State Hospital.

JWV Activities

SOL YETZ-MORRIS COHEN
LADIES AUXILIARY meet
Monday evening at the Jewish
War Veterans Memorial Home.
Outgoing President Jean Fried-
man announces that Command-
er Charles Glass will be in
charge of a party to be given
for the patients at the Ann
Arbor Veterans Hospital on
Sunday. Ward entertainment by
Mr. and . Mrs. Martin Gant will
be offered and refreshments
will be served. Members are
urged to bring in stamp books
and coupons, which will be used
to purchase a bus for under-
privileged children. For infor-
mation, contact Mrs. Friedman,
UN 2-4608.
* * *

•MISS SANDRA KALT

Mr. and Mrs. Max Kalt of
Sherman Oaks,' Calif., (formerly
of Detroit) announce the en-
gagement of their daughter,
Sandra Marilyn, to . Sanford
Gossman and the late Dr. Jo-
seph Gossman, of Detroit.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of Valley College
Medical
Assistants and has completed
her internship. Her fiance is
serving with the United States
Air Force and is stationed in
Oregon. An Aug. 31 wedding in
California is planned.

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Dr. Fram to Preside
Over Dedication of
New Public Library

DAWN

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AUXILIARY NO. 510 has
planned a Bar-B-Q for 7 p.m.
Thursday at the home of Presi-
dent Mikki Katz, 24300 Seneca,
Oak Park. Sharing co-hostess
honors will be Nori Grossman,
senior vice-president; Marilyn
Epstein, past junior vice-presi-
dent; Frieda Greenfield, treas-
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* * *
SHOLOM POST and AUXI-
LIARY will hold their annual
picnic 6:30 p.m. June 25 at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Leon
Schultz, 24310 Manistee, Oak
Park. A barbecue dinner will be
featured. Members are asked to
bring trading stamps to the
meeting for the purchase of a
bus for underprivileged chil-
dren.

The new additions to the De-
troit Public Library, which con-
sist virtually of a new main
library structure, will be dedi-
cated Sunday, June 23, 2:30 p.m.,
in the Friends Hall of the new
BY HENRY. LEONARD
building.
Dr. Leon Fram, president of
the Detroit Public Library Com-
mission, will preside over the
Dedication Ceremonies and open
the program with an address on
the significance of the new Li-
brary buildings to the City and
the State. Other speakers on the
program will be Dr. Clarence B.
Hilberry, president of Wayne
State University, Mayor Jerome
P. Cavanagh, Governor George
Romney and Ralph Ulveling, di-
rector of the library.
Funds for the construction of
the new additions to the library
were provided by way of a ten
mlilion dollar bond issue by the
City of Detroit. At the ground-
breaking ceremonies for the new
buildings, Louis C. Miriani, then
Mayor of Detroit, acknowledged
Dr. Leon Fram's role in t h e
securing of this bond issue.
Dr. Fram was elected a mem-
ber of the Detroit Public Library
Commission by the Board of
"And I believe they call the head of
Education in 1954. This is the
second time his fellow commis-
the Government, the `Chief Kibbitzeri."
sioners have elected him presi-
Copr, 1963, Doyenu Productions
......... dent

Dr. Marshall D. Shulman,
professOr of international poli-
tics at Fletcher School of Law
and Diplomacy at Tufts Univer-
sity and research associate at
the Harvard University Russian
Research Center, was named
Carnegie Endowment Visiting
Research Scholar for 1963-64 by
the Carnegie Endowment for
International Peace.
He will spend a year in Mos-
cow and will conduct research
in the Soviet Union.
Prof. Shulman's latest book,
"Stalin's Foreign Policy Re-
appraised," published by Har-
vard University Press, was re-
viewed in The Jewish News on
May 24.

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