THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Rho Pi Phi Fraternity
Announces New Officers
The Detroit Alumni Chapter of
Rho Pi Phi Fraternity and Ladies
Auxiliary will hold their annual
race track affair 8 p.m. Sept. 13
at Hazel Park. For information,
contact Harvey Shapiro, 532-4380.
Fraternity officers for the com-
ing year are Jack Kutnick, chan-
cellor; Harvey Shapiro, vice chan-
cellor- Jerry Kelman, treasurer;
Herbert Rachlin, fiery dragon and
Maurice Davidson, secretary.
Ladies Auxiliary officers are-
Sandra Wormser, president; Bar-
bara Shapiro, vice president; Ruth
Wright. secretary; and Renee Sil-
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ctivities in Society
Joseph E. Ruda was honored at a welcome-home party by rela-
tives Sunday afternoon at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Abraham Ruda, 12961 W. Nine Mile, Oak Park. After completing a
tour of duty in the U.S. Air Force, Mr. Ruda and his wife, Sue, are
residing on Cloverlawn Ave., Oak Park.
Recently attending the Bar Mitzva of Lesly Flaisher, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Nate Flaisher of Ilene Ave., were Mr. and Mrs. Isadore
Wasserman and son Alan, and Albert Pukof of New Orleans - Mrs.
Melvin Ross and daughters from California; and cousin Harold Rozen
Misses Gayle Wcilfe of Magnolia Ave., Southfield, Carol Pasernick
of Indiana Ave., Sharon Zacks of Lauder Ave. -and Joanne Swartz of
The Michigan State Fair is the Ward Ave. have just returned from an eight-day trip to Miami Beach.
oldest in the nation. This year's,
Mr. and Mrs. David S. Burnstein and their children, Mark, Alan and
Aug. 26-Sept. 5, will be the 117th Linda, have returned to their Lansing home after attending the wedding
of Mrs. Burnstein's brother, Martin Rose, to Julie Gunsberg.
Former Detroiter Jack Rodell and his wife Rose of Chicago
celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary Aug. 24 at a dinner party
IN WEDDING • BAR MITZVAH given by their daughter Barbara.
Dr. David. Epel, assistant professor of biology at Stanford Uni-
versity, will be in Detroit visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Epel of W. 11 Mile Rd., Southfield, Sept. 8-14. On Sept. 13, he will
participate in a seminar at the University of Michigan.
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Rogan Fund Aids WSU Handicapped
Roger Alan: Rogan did not live
long enough to do all the things he
aspired to do. But now. in some
small measure, his desire to help
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Today's husband doesn't ask, "What's Cooking?" He asks,
They call him a folk singer. He sings through his nose
"You look like a million, dear;" she said sweetly, "and
mean every day of it."
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people is being realized through
the Roger Alan Rogan Memorial
Fund established at Wayne State
Roger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al-
bert F. Rogan, 8121 Hendrie, Hunt-
lost his life in a
swimming m i s -
hap at Lake St.
Clair in Sep-
just a few weeks
before his 21st
birhtday. He was
a sophomore at
Ferris State Col-
Among his notes found in essay
books he had written: "What I
wish to do most in my life is to
Roger had worked as a- hospital
orderly with physically ill persons,
assisting mentally disturbed at
Pontiac State Hospital.
His family and friends are per-
petuating his hope through,the cre-
ation of a memorial - fund in
Roger's name at WSU.
The fund provides money for
any handicapped student to' meet
emergency or special needs. Money
is available for a wide range of
necessities from paying the cost of
an emergency long-distance tele-
phone call to providing modest
rent supplements. The fund, first
Of its kind earmarked for handi-
capped students numbering 125 at
WSU is being maintained through
contributions to the Wayne State
Roger's -mother, Mrs. Elaine
Rogan, received her master's de-
gree from WSU in 1962 and is
currently pursuing a doctorate de-
gree in sociology at the university.
She said, "This fund has already
helped several young people. It is
our hope that the fund will con-
tinue to help fulfill some physical
and psychological needs so that
tensions will be reduced for handi-
Israeli Cabinet Members
Study Proposals for
Encouraging More Births
for increasing Israel's birth rate
were forwarded by the cabinet
Monday to a special committee
for study. The proposals which
were submitted to the cabinet by
the government statistician, Prof.
R. Baki, call for financial help
for families with numerous off-
spring and other aid, especially in
the areas of education and hous-
The committee, headed by Min-
ister of Justice Y. Shapiro, in-
cludes the minister of health,
Israel Barzalai; the minister of re-
ligious affairs, Dr. Zerah Warhaf-
tig;. and Israel Galilee, minister
without portfolio. The group is
to report its findings to the
cabinet within a month.
Also on the cabinet's agenda
are pr o p o s a l s for legislation
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