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October 29, 1965 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-10-29

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Morris Lieberman Elected Chairman Rosenberg-Tickto9zVows
of 1966 Fund Cam paign for Histadrut Are Planned for July

Election of officers of the De-
troit Israel Histadrut Campaign
and plans to expand the forthcom-
ing, drive highlighted the annual
conference and delegates recep-
tion in the Labor Zionist Institute
last week.
The 1966 campaign will be un-
der the chairmanship of Morris
Lieberman. He will be assisted
by Harry Schumer, honorary
chairman. Other elected officers
are Sidney M. Shevitz, first vice-
chairman; Irving Pokempner,
chairman executive; Norman Cott-
ler, treasurer; Morris A. Lifshay,
financial secretary; and Mrs.
Adele Mondry, secretary. Vice-
chairmen are Philip D. Goldstein,
Isaac Litwak, Mrs. Chana Michlin,
Mrs. Emma Schaver, I. L. Shro-
deck and David Teitlebaum.

Division chairmen will be the fol-
lowing: Jacob Glaser and David Sislin
for the Farband division; B. Z. Free-
man and Manfred Werner, LZOA divi-
sion; Mrs. Belle Glenner, Mrs. Esther
Kaber and Mrs. Rebecca Warren,
Pioneer Women; Paul Brickner, Sam
Kaufer, J. B. Ormond, Ben Rubinger
and Meyer Terebelo, organizations;
Ben Harold, Jack Malamud, Moe Sas-
love, Bernard Schiff, Samuel Schwartz-
berg and Samuel Yagoda, business;
and Al Barbour, Irving Bluestone, Ir-
ving Bronson, David Chaney, Morris
Coleman, Sam Fishman, Barney Hop-
kins, Arthur King, August Scholle and
Myra Wolfgang, trade unions.
Chosen as members of the Campaign
Council were: Morris Asher, Louis
Bassin, Samuel Belkin, Albert Berke,
Alex Berson, Morrie Brodsky, Max
Brose, David Brown, Isadore Brown,
Morris Chasnick, Sam Cohen, Mrs.
Doris Fishman, Mrs. Esther Fishman,
Maurice Gelfand, Harry Gonte, Mrs.
Dena Greenberg, Morris Hayet, Joshua
Joyrich, Morris D. Kane, Samuel Kane,
Mrs. Ida Katz, Harold Kempner, Dr.
William Klein, Benjamin M. Laikin,
Louis Levine, Pauline Liberson, Hyman
Lipsitz, Emanuel Mark, Abe Medow,
Harry Mondry, Mrs. Sylvia Pine, Mrs.
Helen Posner, Oscar Rappaport, Mrs.
Nathan Rose, Nathan P. Rossen, Mor-
ritz Schubiner, William Schumer, Max
Shmukler, Paul Silver, Paul Sislin,
Mrs. Sophie Sislin, Mrs. Toby Slabosky,
Nathan Standler and Dr. Saul C. Stein.

Harry Schumer, who chaired

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the meeting, stated that Histadrut
is facing new responsibilities due
to the increasing urgency to pro-
vide necessary means for the
education of Israeli youth.
Guest speaker was Arthur

King, vice-president of Laun-
dry and Linen Drivers Local
285 ,who reported on his recent
trip to Israel as a member of
the 1965 trade union delega-
tion. King and the president
of Local 285, Isaac Litwak, are
among the top fund raisers of
the Detroit Histadrut Cam-
paign.
Glaser presented a resolution

setting a goal of $150,000 for the
1966 campaign.
The next major event preced-
ing the official opening of the
1966 Histadrut campaign will be
a morning reception honoring the
organizations division and Hista-
drut volunteers Nov. 7. Special
guest will be Avraham Hacohen,
mayor of Safed, who is visiting
the United States on behalf of
the Histadrut campaign. Those
wishing to attend this reception
may call the Histadrut office, UN
4-7094 for details.

Dr. Weir to Succeed
Jaslow at Plymouth

Dr. Homer Weir, medical direc-
tor of Mt. Rainer State Home and
Training School, Olympia, Wash.,
has been named superintendent of
Plymouth State Home and Train-
ing School by Dr. Robert A. Kim-
mich, director, Michigan Depart-
ment of Mental Health. He will
assume duties at Plymouth Feb. 1.
Dr. Weir was formerly director
of the Retardation Center, Depart-
ment of Pediatrics, Baylor Univer-
sity, and director of the Consulta-
tion, Diagnostic and Evaluation
Center at Rockford, Ill.
He was graduated from the Uni-
versity of Illinois Medical School
in 1940 and received certification
in pediatrics in 1945.
He will fill the position at Plym-
outh left vacant by Dr. Robert Jas-
low, who recently resigned to be-
come chief of the retardation
branch of the -U.S. Public Health
Service.
Dr. Weir, as medical superinten-
dent for the Plymouth institution
for retarded, will work under Dr.
V. A. Stehman, director of the
mental retardation division, De-
partment of Mental Health.
Dr. Scott T. Harris, who is serv-
ing as acting superintendent, will
resume his former position as clin-
ical director.

MISS ADIVA ROSENBERG

Mr. and Mrs. Baruch Rosenberg
of Wisconsin Ave. announce the
engagement of their daughter
Adiva to Stanley D. Tickton, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Jason H. Tickton
of Winchester Dr., Huntington
Woods.
Miss Rosenberg is a senior at
Wayne State University and her
fiance is a graduate student, tele-
vision producer and director at the
University of Wisconsin.
A July 3 wedding is planned.

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Mrs. Charles Lakoff, a board
member of the Jewish Family and
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Mrs. Benjamin E. Jaffe, the board
president, will chair sessions.
Mrs. Jaffe is associate chairman
of the local arrangements com-

Other participants in thie FSAA
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The Family Service Association
of America will hold its biennial
meeting at the Statler Hilton Hotel
Nov. 10-13, with the participation
of a number of Jewish leaders in
the field.
Rabbi M. Robert Syme, president
of the Family Service of Metro-
politan Detroit, will chair the morn-
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"C o m m unity Responsibility for
Family Strength—Labor's View "
Melvin A. Glasser, director of the
Social Security department, United
Automobile, Aerospace and Agri-
cultural Implement Workers of
America International Union, will
be speaker at that session.

This Week's Radio and
Television Programs

Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday
Station WCAR
Feature: "Voice of the Folk
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J eshurun, New York City, will.
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Jewish Agencies From Big Cities Take Part
in Family Service Biennial Meeting Here

Time: 6 a.m. Sunday
Station: WXYZ
Feature: Rabbi Jacob P. Rudin
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Army Needs 500 Nurses

Major James G. Boykin, com-
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Recruiting Main Station, 6303 W.
Jefferson, announced the Army
has immediate need for 500 more
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increased number of men who have
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Recruiters stand ready at all re-
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