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April 02, 1965 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-04-02

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Workmen's Circle Now NAACP Life Member

$70,000 Bonds Sold at Marshall Fete

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Brevities

The SAN FRANCISCO BALLET,
one of America's most highly re-
garded classical dance companies,
will appear in a single perform-
ance at Detroit's Masonic Audi-
torium, Saturday, with Gerhard
Samuel conducting the orchestra.
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The OAK PARK SUMMER CO-
OPERATIVE NURSERY is now
registering children age 3 to 5 for
its summer sessions June 21 Aug.

NEW YORK — America's larg-
est Jewish fraternal organiation,
Workmen's Circle, has become a
life member cf the country's larg-
est civil rights organization, the
National Association for the Ad-
vancement of Colored People.
At a ceremony at the national
offices of the NAACP, Roy Wil-
kins, executive director, presented
a life membership plaque to Jacob
T. Zukerman, president of WC.;
Benjamin A. Gebiner, executive

secretary; and Nat Peskin, director
of membership activities, With
words of praise for the Circle's

"65 years of leadership in the fight
for equality for all minorities".

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At the Metropolitan Detroit Bnai Brith Israel Bond affair hosted
by Louis Marshall Lodge and Chapter and co-sponsored by eight
other lodges and chapters, which resulted in Israel Bond subscrip-
tions totaling $70,000 are (from left) seated, Mrs. Norma Hudosh, Busi-
ness and Professional chapter Israel Bond chairman; Lew Norman,
guest star; Mrs. Robert Israel, newly elected president of Marshall
chapter; Max Kushner-, president of Marshall Lodge; standing, Alex
Gersuk, Metropolitan Detroit Bnai Brith Council Israel Bond chair-
man; Mrs. Harold Robinson„ Women's Council Israel Bond chairman;
Mrs. Bertha Greenberg, B&P president; Alex Gottlieb, president of
Sholem Aleichem Lodge, the only Yiddish-Speaking lodge in De-
troit, and Sam Gottlieb, Marshall Israel Bond chairman. The eight
lodgeS and chapters co-sponsoring the affair were: Detroit, Herzl,
Keidan, Livonia, Sholem Alechiem, Tikvah, Tucker and Business. and
Professional Chapter. The affair was held in the new Ahavas Achim
Social Hall.

Norbert Reinstein Named Consultant
on United Community Services Staff

Norbert Reinstein, vet e r an
health educator on the local and
state scene and current chairman
of the physical helth committee of
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dren and Youth, has been named
to the staff of United Community
Services of Metropolitan Detroit
(UCS).
Reinstein's appointment as UCS
planning consult-
ant on health
services in the
tri-county area
was announced
by Richard F.
Huegli, UCS
managing direc-
tor.
P r i'o r to the
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m e n t, Reinstein
served on the Reinstein
staff of the Tuberculosis and
Health Society of Wayne County
for eight years. He held the posts
of health educator, director of
health education, and more re-
cently, program director. His new
appointment marks a return to the
UCS staff far Reinstein, who held
the consultant's post from 1955 to
1957.
A fellow of the American Public
Health Association, Reinstein is
1965 pro gram chairman of its
health education section. He is also
a fellow and past president of the
National Society of Public Health
Educators.
On the state scene, Reinstein
is a member of the house of dele-
gates of the Michigan Public
Health Association and for the
past eight years has been a board
member and secretary of the
Southeastern Michigan TB De-
tection Project Corp., a six-
county association of public
health departments and TB
organizations.
Reinstein is also the author of
articles on health published in a
number of journals.
Born in Vienna, Rein stein
studied at the University of Vienna
and completed three years of medi-
cal studies at the university. He
came to the United States in 1940.
Resuming his studies after 31/2
years' service during the war, he
received a masters degree in public
health from the University of
Minnesota.
Reinstein has served on the
international relations committee
of the Jewish Community Council
and as a member of the cabinet of
the Professional Division of the
Allied Jewish Campaign. He is also
a member of the board of directors
of the United Hebrew Schools.
Married and the father of two
children, Reinstein and his family
live in Oak Park where he is a
founder and charter member of the
citizens advisory committee of the
Oak Park School District. He is
immediate past president of Cong.
Bnai Moshe:

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

22—Friday, April 2, 1965

required to attend four monthly
meetings. For information, call
Mrs. Julius Brodsky, LI 1 7990, or
Mrs. Maurice Bloch, LI 6-1835.
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An exhibit of the paintings of

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artist RICHARD FLORSHEIM will
begin with a preview and recep-
tion 2-6 p.m. Sunday in Garelick's
Gallery. The show will continue
through April 24.
* * *
Triangle Furniture, in conjunc-
tion with the Leo Castelli Gallery
of New York City, today opened a
"POP ART SHOW" exhibiting the
original works and limited edition
posters of Andy Warhol, Roy Lich-
tenstein, Verne Blosum and Claes
Thure Oldenburg. Showing will be
10 a.m. to 9 p.m. through April 10
at Triangle Furniture, 818 N.
Woodward, in the contemporary
gallery.
* * *
The annual Detroit SPORTS-
MEN'S and VACATION SHOW will
again be held in the Michigan State
Fairgrounds Coliseum, opening
April 3 and running for nine days
through April 11, according to
Thomas E. Durant, producer. The
highlight of the exposition will be
the "Parade of Outdoor Champ-
ions," the highly-popular, crowd-
pleasing stage and water tank
show presented twice daily in the
center arena.
* * *
The Drama Club of Mackenzie
High School will present two per-
formances of Sydney Howard's
comedy, "THE LATE CHRISTO-
PHER BEAN" at 2 p.m. Thursday
and 8 p.m. April 9. Drama direc-
tor is Barry Levine. The public
is invited. Tickets will be avail-
able at tho door.

Technion Gets $200,000
From Agriculture Dept.

HAIFA (JTA) — The Technion-
Israel Institute of Technology has
been awarded a grant of 600,000
pounds ($200,000) from the United
States Department of Agriculture
for a research project on phos-
phate fertilizers. The grant will be
administered by the Research and
Development Foundation of the
Teehnion.

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