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July 09, 1965 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-07-09

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HOPE Drive Draws Area Residents Jill Dover Married

Northland Geriatric Center to Open
to Support of Hospital Mercy Ship to Steven Earl Kagle Facilities for Senior Citizens in Area

"Hopies" from the community
are taking a leading role in the
Greater Metropolitan Detroit Proj-
ect HOPE Campaign.
William Gershenson, chairman
of the five-county Project HOPE
board of directors, appointed Ben-
son Ford as 1965 general campaign
chairman. Ford, in turn, announced
the 1965 goal is $350,000,000.
Project HOPE is the unique pro-
gram that brings American medi-
cal skills via ship to the distressed
of other nations.
Among the directors guiding the
Detroit Project HOPE program
are oral surgeon Dr. Robert J.
Bloom, a pioneer "Hopie" in Asia;
Thomas Borman of Borman Food
Stores, Inc,: Louis Hamburger,
president, Production Steel Corp.:
Joseph Z. Nederlander, Fisher
Theatrical Co.; David Safran, vice
president, Safran Printing Co.;

Nate Shapero, chairman of the
hoard, Cunningham Drug Stores;
Joseph B. Slatkin, Dexter Chevro-
let; and Richard Sloan, president
and treasurer, Suburban Detroit
Theaters, Inc. Mayor Cavanagh and
Detroit Edison Co. Board Chairman
Walker L. Cisler also are on the
board.
Division president is Mrs. Earl

Weston; and Mrs. William Ger-
shenson is vice president and
administrative chairman of the
Ambassadors Ball for Project
HOPE. The other vice president
is Mrs. Jack Gould.

Since its inception in 1958, Proj-
ect HOPE has had the active par-
ticipation of many Detroiters. Be-
sides Dr. Bloom, area residents
who have worked from the ship
and in the interior are radiologist
Dr. Howard .Fiegelson; neuro-
surgeon Dr. Harvey H. Gass; oral
surgeons Dr. Myron Kaufman, Dr.
Marvin E. Revzin, and Dr. Irwin
Small of Birminghan; and nurse
Sally Kaufman.

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ROSENWALD POST, American
Legion, will present a fifty-star
American flag to the newly rebuilt
Downtown Synagogue, 3 p.m. Sun-
day. The presentation will be
made by Past Commanders Joseph
Shapiro and Dave Kay. Rabbi
Noah M. Gamze will accept the
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16—Friday, July 9, 1965

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ligious dietary laws during their
residence. A synagogue, with serv-
ices conducted by a local rabbi
assisted by patients, will be avail-
able to both visitors and patient:.
Rooms have been specially dec-
orated for their appeal to older
adults. An additional feature will
be day rooms where patients may
relax and chat or watch color- TV.
Grand opening ceremonies, to
which the public has been invited,
will be held noon to 5 p.m., Aug-
8. Conducted tours of the building
and refreshments will be featured.

The marriage . of Jill Doner to ing staff, headed by nurse Mrs.
Steven Earl Kagle took place re- Helen Beeman, will be in at-
tendance.
cently at the Great Lakes Club.
An unusual aspect of the center
Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. Mil-
ton. Joseph Doner of Renfrew Rd., will be the kosher kitchen from
and Dr. Mrs. Louis Kagle of Yon- which all meals will be served,
enabling patients to observe re-
kers, N. Y.
The ceremony was performed by
Dr. Richard C. Hertz of Temple
Beth El. A dinner and reception
followed the ceremnoy.
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brief lace sleeves and a chapel
train. A circlet of matching lace
held . a fingertip-length veil of
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silk illusion. She carried Majestic
daisies.
Jacqueline Doner was maid of
honor for her sister. Bridesmaids
"Distinctive Styling in Music
were Arlene Kagle, sister of the
to your Individual Taste"
bridegroom, and Donna Waddell.
Leonard Baumel of Huntsville,
Ala., was best man. Ushers were
Richard N. Doner, brother of the
bride, and Brian Sherman of New
York.
After a trip to Puerto Rico and
the Virgin Islands, they will make
their home in Ann Arbor.

Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WJBK and Channel 2.
Feature: "Next Steps in Civil
Rights," featuring Shad Polier,
chairman of the governing council
of the AJ Congress; Robert Tindal,
director of the Detroit branch of Catholic Prelate Defends
the NAACP; and Walter E. Klein,
executive director of the Jewish ADL in Far-Right Attack
Community Council.
An attack on the Anti-Defama-
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tion League of Bnai Brith by a
AGENDA FOR ACTION
far-right organization in a mailing
Time: 5:30 p.m. Sunday.
to Catholic priests and laymen
Station: WDTM-FM (106.7).
has evoked a spirited defense of
and
the ADL as well as an exposure
Time: 7:05 p.m. Monday.
of the extremist group in the syn-
Station: CKLW-FM (93.9).
dicated column of a leading Cath-
Feature: "The German Di- olic dignitary.
lemma," a discussion of the Ger-
Msgr. George G. Higgins, na-
man cut-off of arms aid to Israel, tional director of social action of
the presence of German scientists the National Catholic Welfare Con-
in Egypt, the statute of limitations ference, charged that the mailing
and other issues.
by Edgar Bundy, executive direc-
tor of the Church League of Ameri-
Garibaldi's Supporter
ca, Wheaton, Ill., is "a grossly dis-
Giuseppe Finzi, Italian Jewish torted and misleading version of
patriot who supported Garibaldi, the activities of the ADL."
was one of the leaders of his coun-
"The Church League's blast,"
try's unification and independence according to Msgr. Higgins, "was
movement in the 19th Century. apparently prompted by its expos-
He was elected to Italian Parlia- ure as an organization of the radi-
ment in 1860.
cal right in 'Danger On The
Right,' the study of ultra-extrem-
ist conservatism by Benjamin Ep-
stein and Arnold Forster, execu-
tive director and general counsel
respectively of the ADL."

BRAVERMAN'S
KOSHER MEATS

Northland Geriatric Center, a
medical center catering to the
specialized needs of older people,
is scheduled for opening late this
month at 21630 Hessel, near Lah-
ser and Eight Mile Rds. The center
will provide care for chronic di-
seases of the aged and will also
handle convalescent cases. The
center's 115-bed facilities make it
one of the largest of its type in
the Detroit area.
Conceived by, and designed
under the supervision of Dr.
William Klein, geriatric special-
ist who also heads Villa Zion
Hospital on Linwood, Northland
Geriatric Center will offer oc-
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including the latest innovations
and methods in this specialized
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