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July 30, 1965 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-07-30

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activities in Society

Nellie Lewis Engaged
to Mr. Howard Small

Former Oak Parker Arnal Colvin, now living with his wife Rhoda
and four sons in West Covina, Calif., has returned for the summer as
the recipient of a National Science Foundation scholarship at Western
Michigan University at Kalamazoo. Mr. Colvin teaches 7th and 8th
grade mathematics and science in Alhambra, Calif. Their son, Neil, 15,
an all-A high school junior, also earned a National Science Foundation
Scholarship for eight weeks of study at Illinois Institute of Technology
in Chicago.

Phyllis Rosenbaum of Brooklyn is visiting with Cheryl Goldberg
of Ridge Cliff Dr., Southfield. They became very close friends while
attending Gateway Playhouse in Long Island for two years.

Rhea Cashman Gladwin, former Detroiter, now a Surfside, Fla.,
Councilwoman, visited here this week as a delegate to the 22nd
Congress of the National League of Cities.

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wohl of Northlawn Ave., gave a combined
birthday party for their daughter, Mrs. Al Kemper and her children,
Ross, Debra and Elicia, all of whom celebrate their birthdays in July.

Deborah Baumer, 18327 Wildemere, is among 144 persons
participating in Yeshiva University's ninth annual "Summer in Israel"
tour. The program is designed to offer students an opportunity to
deepen their knowledge and kinship with the land and people of
Israel for a seven-week period.

Dr. Irving Berent, former Detroiter, with a psychiatry practice in
Los Angeles, is here with his family to visit with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Berent, 18307 Tracey, during August.

MISS NELLIE LEWIS

Israel to Transfer Office
From Brazil to Peru

LIMA (JTA)—Israel will trans-
fer its main technical assistance
office for Latin American coun-
tries from Rio de Janeiro to Lima
next September, it was reported
here by Dr. Jvier Silva Ruete,
Peruvian minister of agriculture,
who just returned from a visit to
Israel.
Dr. Ruete voiced admiration
here for Israel's methods of in-
creasing agricultural production
and lauded the country's coopera-
tive organization for the marketing
of food products, which, he said,
has been of assistance to Peru.
During his stay in Israel, Dr. Ruete
toured the Negev irrigation proj-
ect and inspected Israel's facili-
ties for the use of subterranean
water resources.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, July 30, 1965-19

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Mr. and Mrs. Sal Lewis of North-
lawn Ave. announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Nellie to
Howard Small, son of Mrs. Jack
Small of Tracey Ave. and the late
Mr. Small.
A Sept. 12 wedding is planned.

Attending the wedding of Sandra Bowman and Douglas Mann
were guests from Florida, New . York, Connecticut, Chicago, Indian-
apolis, Grand Rapids, Flint and Owosso.

Mrs. Louis Berger of Rutland, Ve., is visiting her family, Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard Wilder and Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Kopple. Mrs.
Berger is the former Mrs. Melvin W. Kopple of Parkside Ave.

Mrs. Rose Schiller returned this week from Israel, having directed
a national Hadassah tour.

Out-of-town guests here for the wedding of Marilyn Ilene Forman
to Sanford Guss included Mrs. Esther Zapin of New York, Fred
Samson of California and others from Hollywood, Fla., Grand Rapids,
Flint and Toronto.

Dr. and Mrs. Burton S. Isaacs of Chicago are visiting their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Isaacs of Appleton Rd.

`Legally Blind' Are Given Assistance

The United States Department of
Labor estimates that over 1,000-
000 Americans are "legally" blind.
In general, you are legally blind
if you can read the headlines in a
newspaper but not the small print.
This statement assumes that the
individual has gotten the best pos-
sible correction of his vision with
the use of eye glasses. Any phy-
sician or eye specialist can deter-
mine whether the individual fits
into this category by a simple eye
test.
Raymond J. Wuenschel, Execu-
tive Director of the Associated
Blind Service s, states: "Most
people who fit within the legally
blind group are not aware of the
services and benefits available to
them. For example, the legally
blind person is entitled to the fol-
lowing:
1. A property tax exemption on
the first $2,000 tax assessment.

(Both city and county taxes).
2. An extra $600 federal income
tax exemption.
3. Social Security benefits if the
loss of vision is sufficiently severe.
A legally blind person is entitled
to use a white cane as an aid to
safety in travel. The Department
of Street Railways in Detroit per-
mits any person who needs to use
the white cane to ride free of
charge.
Wuenschel further states, "It is
not safe for an individual to travel
about the city with this degree of
sight loss without a white cane."
The Associated Blind Services, a
non-profit organization, will pro-
vide any legally or totally blind
person with a standard wooden
white cane free of charge. The
cane will be mailed upon tele-
phone request to the agency's
headquarters at 7338 Woodward,
TR 3-0370.

Sinai Staff Digs Its Latest Operation

Kobinoor, a natural
white mink, lavish
here with a huge collar
and deep cuffs on a
black, textured wool
coat fashioned to take
you to and from every
social event of the
coming season. 8 to 16.

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Digging in at the recent ground breaking for the new Women's
Guild house staff residence at Sinai Hospital are (from left) Dr.
Julien Priver, executive vice president; Dr. Paul Goodman; Mrs.
Lucille Broder, founding women's club president; Nate Shapero,
president; current women's guild president Mrs. Kiki Sills; Mrs.
Molly Hartman, coordinator of volunteer services; and Dr. Larry
Krugel. The facility, which will provide moderately priced accomo-
dations for the Sinai house staff, will be ready for November
occupancy.

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