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September 24, 1965 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-09-24

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Detroiter Dr. George Waldbott Presents Case Against Fluoridation in Book

THE SCHREIBER'S

Alex, Myrtle and Max,
Rheya and Howard, Harriet

Wish All Their Friends and
Their Families A Happy,
Healthy and Prosperous
New Year

With Detroit facing a Nov. 2
referendum affecting the public
water supply, fluoridation of
drinking water continues to be a
subject of heated controversy.
The supercharged atmosphere that
surrounds this issue is described
in a "A struggle with Titans" by
Detroit physician, Dr. George L.
Waldbott. The book was released
by Carlton Press of New York.
The Public Water Supply Amend-
ment, Amendment "A" on the

THE RADOMER AID AND LADIES SOCIETY
WISH ALL THEIR MEMBERS AND FRIENDS,

"A HEALTHY, HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR."

Sincere Holiday Wishes

LIVONIA KNIGHTS INN

29703 W. 7 Mile Road
Livonia, Michigan

JOE SINAI and FAMILY

Road Oil Service
Phone 24 Hour Service

TR 1-4804

18644 Greenlawn

New Year's Greetings

MR. AND MRS. HENRY A. LESSEN
MR. AND MRS. MORRIE H. LESSEN
AND FAMILIES

Greetings on the Holiday

Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Fishman

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Holiday Greetings to Our Friends and Customers

HERZBERG & KEYSTONE

Manufacturer of Fine Furs

UN 1-5441

19179 Livernois

The Bialistoker & Brisker Aid Society

wish their family and friends
A Very Happy and Prosperous New Year

Jack Lipowicz, president
William Taub, vice-president

Happy New Year to All Our
Relatives and Friends

Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Jacobs

19245 Parkside

Detroit, Michigan

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kepes

14511 Ludlow

People
Make News

Dr. LEON FRAM of Temple
Israel has prepared a chapter for
the new volume, "Retrospect and
Prospect," relating the 75-year his-
tory of the Central Conference of
American Rabbis. Edited by Rabbi
BERTRAM W. KORN of Keneseth
Israel, Elkins Park, Philadelphia,
the volume depicts the develop-
ment of the Reform rabbi in
America.

* * *

Happy New Year

Fuel Oil

ballot, is intended to prohibit the
addition of anything to the De-
troit water supply, not needed for
purification. Although only Detroit
voters may vote on the matter, 60
surrounding communities which
buy their water from Detroit will
be affected by the outcome. De-
troit's Common Council passed the
fluoridation ordinance in 1962.
In "A Struggle with Titans, Dr.
Waldbott claims that fluoridation
of • public drinking water, advoc-
ated for prevention of tooth decay,
is dangerous to health and causes
damage to vital organs, especially
the stomach, bowels, and kidneys;

Oak Park, Mich

Wish Their Family and Friends
A Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year

Prof. JACOB NEUSNER of the
Dartmouth College Department of
Religion, Hanover, N.H., has been
appointed to the commission on
Jewish affairs of the American
Jewish Congress. He also recently
was named to the publication com-
mittee of the American Jewish
Historical Society, to membership
in the American Society for the
Study of Religion, to the Select
Committee of Ten on the Future
of Conservative Judaism of the
Rabbinical Assembly, and Contrib-
uting Editor of Religious and Theo-
logical Abstracts. He will speak in
Detroit on Jan. 25 at Congrega-
tion Beth Shalom.
* * *
DR. A. LEO LEVIN, professor
of law at the University of
Pennsylvania, has been appointed
vice provost of the university, with
primary responsibility in the area
of student affairs. Dr. Levin is a
former vice president of the Union
of Orthodox Jewish Congregations
of America, a member of the pub-
lication committee of the Jewish
Publication Society and has served
on the board of the Federation of
Jewish Agencies. He is president
of the Lower Merion Synagogue,
and has been active on behalf
of the Jewish Community Relations
Council, Beth Jacob School and
Akiba Hebrew Academy.

Mount Clemens Baths
Praised for Curative
Value of Mineral Water

Mount Clemens is the place where
$3 can still buy a mineral bath
and a massage. To the sufferer of
arthritis that's not to be sniffed at.
Take, for example, Max Elkin's
Colonial Hotel and Mineral Baths,
considered one of America's finest.
Known for years for its curative
mineral waters, the spa was
praised, along with its neighbors,
in a recent newspaper testimonial
by a Williamsburg, Va., motel own-
er. An arthritis sufferer 17 years,
he said his twice yearly trips to
Mount Clemens have helped him
more than any spa on the continent.
"Mount Clemens has the most
_precious thing in the world to
advertise . .. relief from the pain
of arthritis. It's really a crime
that the thousands of people who
suffer from arthritis aren't aware
of your town," he wrote.

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schwartz
Detroit, Michigan
1 9410 Stratford
L19

In his new book, the Detroit
physician states, "Although mil-
lions of people are drinking
water containing fluoride, hard-
ly a hospital in this country is
equipped to analyze blood, urine
and vital organs for their fluor-
ride content." The author blames
the difficulty of diagnosis for the
failure of physicians to pinpoint
toxic conditions that are related
to fluoride's long-term ill effects.

"A S t r u g g l e with Titans"
describes case histories, research,
people and political events sur-
rounding the controversy.
Dr. Waldbott, is a fellow of the
American College of Physicians,
also of the American College of
Allergists and the A m e r i c an
Academy of Allergy. He is an hon-
orary member of the French and
Spanish Allergy Societies. After
starting in private practice in 1925,
he established the first allergy
clinics at Detroit's Children's Hos-
pital of Michigan and, subsquently,
at Grace and Harper Hospitals and
at Northend Clinic, predecessor
institution to Sinai Hospital.

Dr. Ezra Lipkin to Address
Philosophical Society

Dr. Ira M. Altshuler, president
of the Detroit Philosophical Soci-
ety, announced that the society
will open the year with a lecture
on "Existentalism" by Dr. Ezra Lip-
kin 8:30 p.m. Thursday at the
Park - Shelton
Hotel. The lect-
ure, proeceded by
dinner for mem-
bers and guests,
will be open to
the public.
Dr. Lipkin, who
has many pub-
lications in med-
ical journals, also
has played violin

for many years Dr. Lipkin

in the Doctors' Symphony Orchestra
and has presented papers on music
and philosophy before groups in
the community.

Many individuals, have like un-
cut diamonds, shining qualities be-
neath a rough exterior. — Juvenal.

New Year Greetings

DELAINE'S
Wholesale Jewelers

18999 Livernois, just S. of 8 Mile
DI 1-5511

Best Wishes for a
Happy New Year

Northwest
Employment Service

15921 W. 7 Mile Road
VE 7-2033

Hdppy New Year to All
Our Friends and Customers

Green Bros. Window
Shade Co.

15150 W. 7 Mile Rd. cor. Sussex

342-8822

Happy New Year Greetings

The Greenberg
Agency Inc.

17634 James Couzens

NOININGENINIMMINP

Season's Greetings

KAY DANZER

Flowers- Gifts
Shops in
Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel
Statler Hotel

WOodward 1-1922

Happy New Year

STEWART PRINTING CO.

Printing and Offset Printing

WO 2-7817

Happy New Year

TOMMY'S BARBER SHOP

18615 Livernois

UN 4-8959

Best Wishes on the New Year

Mary's Dressmaking
Fashion Shop

18999 Livernois, just S. of 7 Mile

Highland Park
UN 1-9200

A Happy and Healthy New Year ej

TED STONE

AUTO CITY
CHEMICAL CO.

16515 Plymouth

836-3883

Best Wishes for the New Year

CERESNIE BROS. & OFFEN FURS

19386 Livernois — UN 2-8822

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Happy New Year

May The Coming Year Be One of Peace and Prosperity For

BENNIE'S
NuWay Barber Shop

Specializing in Ladies' and Chil-
dren's Haircutting.
20720 W. 7 Mile Rd.

KE 5-1626
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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With Best Wishes for a
Happy and Healthy New Year
To All Our Relatives and Friends

serious neurological disorders; and
calcification of ligaments, joints
and blood vessels. He arrived at
these findings during 12 years of
research on fluoride. The allergic
patient, he observes, is the one
who is most vulnerable to these
effects.

JEAN'S NURSERY

17376 Wyoming

Wish All 'Their Children'
and Their Parents
A Healthy, Happy and Joyous New Year

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