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September 17, 1965 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-09-17

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Shapero School Graduates 40 Nurses

A farewell to the Shapero School of Nursing for 40 new practical
nurses was paid Sept. 9 by (from left) Mrs. Thurma Gool, Mrs.
Nadine Pobursky and Ellen Marlow. The 16th graduation class,
which held graduation exercises at the Jewish Center, raised the
total of Shapero graduates to close to '700 since the school was
founded at Sinai Hospital in 1956. Dr. Eric J. Bradner, president of
Schoolcraft College, Livonia, reminded 40 graduate practical nurses
of their twofold responsibility in an address, "The Heart of Nursing."
Bradner told the School's 16th gradauting class that "there is more
to nursing than science and the nurse without a heart in not a
nurse." Dr. Bradner, who holds an undergraduate degree from Occi-
dental and a Masters and Doctorate degrees from Northwestern, has
been president of Schoolcraft since its beginning in 1961. He came
to Detroit from Bay City where he had served as Dean of Bay City
Junior College for 12 years.

Professor Orlinsky Acclaims Family's
Association with Kotzker Hassidim

At the recent conference of edu-
cators in Jerusalem, Prof. Harry
M. Orlinsky, chairman of the de-
partment of Bible studies at He-
brew Union College-Jewish Insti-
tute of Religion, New York school,
drew special attention and was giv-
en a particular welcome by the
Kotzker Hassidim.
Prof. Orlinsky, who is noted for
his wit, whose scholarship earned
for him the chairmanship of the
committee that produced the re-
vised translation of the Torah
which was published two years ago
by the Jewish Publication Society
of America, spoke with pride of his
family's association with the KOtz-
ker.
"They were the enthusiastic Has-
sidim, but they also were distin-
guished by their devotion to learn-
ing," Dr. Orlinsky said in explain-

ing his own enthusiasm for this
Hassidic group.
Dr. Orlinsky pointed out that it
is the spirit akin to the Kotzker
that has permeated Reform Jewish

Jessel to Address
Bnal Moshe Dinner

George Jessel, one of the all-
time greats of American show busi-
ness, will head the program at
the Cong. Bnai Moshe testimonial
dinner 6:30 p.m. Sept. 30. in the
social Hall.
The dinner will
honor Eugene
Weiss as "Bnai
Moshe Man of
the Year" for his
many years of
services.
Weiss, a form-
er president of
Bnai Moshe, has
held every office
in the congrega-
tion and h a s
been active in
communal af-L,
fairs. - Jesse!
Co-chairmen of the dinner on. be-
half of Israel Bonds are Arthur
Boschan and Norbert Reinstein.
The tribute to Weiss will be given
by Rabbi Moses Lehrman, Cantor
Louis Klein giving the musical
tribute. Reinstein will be toast-
master. Nathan Sharon, the presi-
dent, will greet the dinner guests
on behalf of the congregation.
For reservations call the Israel
Bond office, DI. 1-5707.
A leadership reception, in ad-
vance of the Bnai Moshe testimon-
ial dinner, will be hosted by
Boschan and Stephen L a n y
7 p.m. Thursday, at Town and
Country Club. Guest speaker will
be Dr. Ariech Plotkin, a former
officer in the intelligence corps
of Israel's defense forces.

DR. HARRY M. ORLINSKY

ranks, whose rabbis is the main
stem from "solid East European
stock."
The reception given Dr. Orlin-
sky during his appearance at vari-
ous Jerusalem sessions were in
recognition of scholarship and re-
search in Biblical studies that have
elevated him to leadership among
American and world Jewish lead-
ers in fields of learning and edu-
cation.

LETTER BOX

Chicago JWV Offers
to Write to GIs
Editor, The Jewish News:
Jewish members of the armed
services in Vietnam are invited
to write to our Jewish War Vete-
rans Post No. 282.
Each man replying from over-
seas will be put on our mailing
list for individual letters and gen-
eral news. Interested servicemen
can write me at 1500 W. Chicago
Ave., Chicago, Ill.
MEYER WIDREVITZ
Post Contact Officer

Keep your face to the sunshine
and you cannot see the shadow. —
Helen Keller.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, September 17, 1965-33

Akiva PTA to Install Carol. Stern Engaged
Officers for New Year
Akiva Hebrew Day School PTA to Wilmette, Ill., Han

will hold its first formal installa-
tion of officers 8 p.m. Sunday, at
Young Israel Center of Greenfield.
"Yeshivat Akiva" began its second
year Sept. 8 with a full elementary
program of grades kindergarten
through six.
David Tanzman will install the
following officers:
President, Mrs. Bernard Blase;
vice president, Mrs. Charles Levi:
program, Harold Lax; fund rais-
ing, Mrs. Sherman Schooler; sec-
retaries, Mesdames David Dom-
bey, Martin Ryba and Fred Lax;
treasurer, Sam Ginsburg, and dues,
Marvin Engel.
Board members are Bernard
Blase and Mesdames Simon Raz-
umna, Wolf Glicksburg, Stanley
Sherman, Jerome Kelman, Mar-
MISS CAROL JO STERN
shall Goldman, Harry Margolis,
Irving Herschfus, Ithamar Koen-
Dr. and Mrs. Arthur M. Stern
igsberg, Seymour Ribiat, Marvin of Country Club Lane, Birming-
Engel, Hayim Donin and Benno ham, announce the engagement of
Levi.
their daughter Carol Jo to Richard
David Greenbaum will present Spencer Klegon, son of Mr. and
a program of Hebrew and English Mrs. Robert S. Klegon of Wilmette,
songs, and a social hour will fol- Ill.
low the ceremonies. Parents and
The bride is a graduate of
friends of Akiva are invited. For Michigan Lutheran College, and
information, call co-chairmen for her fiance, a graduate of Michi-
the evening, Mrs. Irving Herch- gan State University, is working
man, LI 8-6160, or Mrs. Morris on his masters degree at MSU.
Goldenberg, LI 7-8526.

Parents Sponsor Bazaar
for Lapeer State Home

An annual benefit bazaar for
mentally retarded children and
adults in the Lapeer State Home
and Training School will be held
10 a.m.-10 p.m., Oct. 2. Sponsored
by the Lapeer Parents Association,
Inc., the 16th annual Harvest Fes-
tival Bazaar will be held at the
Children's Orthogenic School, 10235
W. Seven Mile.
On sale and display at individ-
ual booths will be dolls, aprons, a
farmer's market, grab bag, games,
gifts, children's clothes, jewelry,
linens and baby article s. Also
planned are white elephant, flow-
ers, candy, baked goods, and greet-
ing card displays.
Special lunch and a full-course
dinner will be served at a nominal
cost with children's meals at half-
price.
Bazaar proceeds will be used for
recreation and research programs
for the patients at Lapeer State
Home, the largest in Michigan. The
goal this year is set at $15,000.
There will be free admission.

Project on Teaching
About Holocaust Set
by AAJE Foundation

° A three-year research project
on the teaching of the "Period ot
the Catastrophe' to pupils in Jew-
ish elementary and secondary
schools has been undertaken by
the National Curriculum Research
Institute of the American Associa-
tion for Jewish Education, it was
announced by Dr. Judah Pilch,
director of the Institute.
Dr. Pilch deplored the prevail-
ing ignorance of this tragic period
of Jewish history and noted that
young people particularly were
unaware of this most dramatic of
Jewish experiences.

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