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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-10-07

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First '67 Auto Show in U.S. Scheduled for Oct. 12

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

22—Friday, October 7, 1966

JWV

Center Chapel Memorializes 6 Million

111

Members of the Jewish Center's senior adult groups joined mem-
bers of the Center board of directors to dedicate the new chapel in
memory of the Six Million. Funds for the Center chapel were made
available from several of the, senior adult groups, families who made
contributions in memory of senior adults, several individual gifts
and a special grant from the Jewish Welfare Federation. Mrs. Aaron
DeRoy, life member of the board of directors, commissioned Naren-
dra M. Patel, well-known Indian sculptor, to design the plaque, which
inscribed in both Hebrew and English reads "This chapel is dedicated
'to the memory of thee six million Jewish victims of Nazi annihilation.
1966." Standing before the plaque are (from left) Center Executive
Director Irwin Shaw, Patel, Mrs. DeRoy and Milton J. Miller, center
president.

City of Hope Businessmen's Group
to Hold Champagne Dinner-Dance

a scientific and medical research
center for the diseases of cancer
and of the heart.
The recently launched "New
Horizons" program is another
step in the expansion of new bed,
hospital and research facilities.
The program is to be achieved
in four phases requiring $10,000,-
000 in capital and endowment
funds.
Phase One initiates forward-
looking programs in the treatment
and research of hypertension, gen-
etically related disorders and neu-
rophysiology. Phase Two attacks
the vast mysteries in biophysics
Planigraph shoots seven multi-
and cell ultrastructure requiring
layer X-ray films simultaneous-
new facilities of equipment and
ly, reducing patient's exposure,
staff.
at the free, nonsectarian City of
Phase Three expands the facili-
Hope Medical Center.
ties of the institute of advanced
* * *
learning which attracts Nobel
The 54th annual dinner-dance Prize winners and outstanding sci-
sponsored by the Detroit Business- entists throughout the world. Phase
men's Group of the City of Hope Four brings new and larger facili-
will be held Nov. 19
ties for City of Hope's world-
at the Sheraton-Cad-
renowned children's wing where
illac Hotel, Jack
tragically afflicated youngsters
Beckwith, president,
may receive every opportunity to
announced.
live with help, hope and parent
The event will fea-
participation.
ture a champagne
dinner and e n t e r-
taimnent from Holly-
wood. Beckwith
In charge of the dinner-dance
planning and programing are Harry
Goldberg and Max Sosin.
Founded in 1913 in the Califor-
Oct. 3—To Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
nian desert with only two tents as
a rude hospital, today's 90-acre R. Spungen (Tamra Sweet), 2022
City of Hope pilot medical center, Pauline, Ann Arbor, a son, Eric
with its vast facilities, has grown Allen.
* * *
to be internationally respected as
Sept. 26—To Mr. and Mrs. George
Fuller (JoAnn Mege), 22642 Pem-
Recommended by Physicians
broke, a son, David Allen.
* * *
Sept. 22—To Mr. and Mrs. Mel-
vin Miller (Bernice Herman),
25716 Catalina, Southfield, a
Expert Mohel
daughter, Pamela Nann.
Serving Hospitals and Homes
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Sept. 21—To Mr. and Mrs. Mau-
rice Otis (Diane Warner), 23071
CERTIFIED EXPERT MOHEL
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Michelle Caren.
RABBI
* *
Sept. 19,—To Mr. and Mrs. Shel-
don Gold (Judith Lederman), 21876
Sussex, Oak Park, a daughter, Amy
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Serving In Hospitals and Homes
* *
....•
••••••
Sept. 17—To Dr. and Mrs. David
M. Weine (Esther Tennenhouse),
REV. GOLDMAN L.
17035 George Washington, South-
field, a son, Kenneth Neil.

■ 11111.

ROSENWALD POST will in-
stall its officers 8 p.m. Sunday at
Beth Hillel Synagogue. The follow-
ing will be installed: Max Rami-
nick, commander; Samuel Tenne-
baum, senior vice commander; Da-
vid Mitchell, junior vice command-
er; Louis Bogrow, adjutant; Ben
Edelstein, finance officer; Robert
Levitt, historian; Henry Wartosky,
chaplain . David Pessman, sergeant-
of-arms; John Jacobson, service of-
ficer; and Joseph Shapiro, judge
advocate. The executive board con-
sists of Dave Kay, Joseph Gold-
stein, Carl Siegel, Morris Wolf and
Samuel Slakter. The LADIES
AUXILIARY will meet same time
and same place for its installation
of officers. Those to be installed
are Mesdames Rebecca Mitchell,
president; Lydia Slatker and Es-
ther Oshan, vice president; Marion
Tennenbaum, secretary; Ann Gott-
lieb, treasurer; Clara Shapiro,
chaplain: Sarah Jacobson, histori-
an; Frances Green, parliamenta-
rian; Josephine Weinsweig, ser-
geant-at-arms; and Tillie Sable,
color bearer. Elected to the execu-
tive board were Mesdames Mollie
Elias, Fay Bogrow, Sarah Lebow
and Jean Weintraub. –
*
LT. ROY F. GREEN AUXILI-
ARY will meet 8:30 p.m. Tuesday
at the home of Mrs. Caroline Peck,
20225 Avon. The annual fund-rais-
ing program will be discussed.
*
*
*
BLOCH-ROSE POST and AUXI-
LIARY will hold a combined meet-
ing 8:15 p.m. Monday at the Oak
Park Community Center. Awards
will be given to five- ten- and fif-
teen-year members. There will be a
film, "Horizons to the North." fol-
lowed by a social hour and re-
freshments. Anyone interested in
joining this group may call Fern
Seltzer, 546-5875.
* *
LT. RAYMOND ZUSSMAN
AUXILIARY will meet 8:30 p.m.
Monday at the Oak Park Commu-
nity Center. Mrs. Harvey Greene,
junior vice president, has planned
a white elephant sale, and all
members are asked to bring gifts.
Hostesses will be Mrs. Sol Amster
and Mrs. Edna Feigelman.

Experimental and new 1967
automobiles will go on display
8 p.m. Wednesday, when the first
American automobile show of the
year opens in Birmingham's Shain
Park. The four-day show will run
through Oct. 15.
Opening night entertainment will
feature the colorful Chrysler High-
landers band. Other bands sche-
duled to perform during the four-
day show include the Franklin
Hills Band, the Birmingham Senior
Men's Band and the Birmingham
Senior Men's Band and the Birm-
ingham Bloomfield Bank Marching
Band.
Another feature of the auto show
will be a "combo clash"—a compe-
tition among local student musical
groups—which will be held each
evening culminating in a grand
finale on Oct. 15. A special antique
auto show also will be held on
Saturday.
Thomas H. Wagner, board chair-
man of the Birmingham Bloom-
field Bank said, "Preparations are

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going forward very well because
of the joint efforts with our bank
of the Bloomfield Chamber of Com-
merce and the city council. We're
especially gratified by the coopera-
tion being extended by the auto-
mobile manufacturers and the deal-
ers."
All events at the four-day show
are open to the public at no
charge.

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Announcements

RABBI
LEO GOLDMAN

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■•■■

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Phone: 863-0256
Detroit

MR. AND MRS. RICHMAN

Mr. and Mrs. David Richman,
12830 Northfield, Oak Park, re-
cently celebrated their 50th wed-
ding anniversary at a party given
in their honor by their children.
Richman, a retired Detroit build-
er, is founder and former president
of the Richman Heating Co., Berk-
ley. Born in Winnipeg, he is a past
president of the Hebrew Benovo-
lent Society and an active member
of the Odd Fellows. Mrs. Richman
was born in St. Paul, where „he
met and married Mr. Richman.

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Birmingham Temple Talk

FAST, EXPERT INSTALLATION SERVICE

"Do We Do Too Much Social
Sept. 6—To Dr. and Mrs. Leon- Talking and Not Enough Social
ard H. Gaba (Adele Kleinbard), 32 Action?" will be Rabbi Sherwin
Douglas, Pontiac, a daughter, Mir- T. Wine's sermon topic at Birming-
iam Sharon.
ham Temple 8:30 p.m. today at the
Robert Frost School, Oak Park. Re-
freshments and an open discussion
`Gemini IV' Program
Parents Without Partners will of the topic will follow.
Rabbi Wine will discuss the na-
see a film, "Four Days of Gemini
IV," at its meeting 8:30 p.m. Tues- ture of humanism and how through
day at the Jewish Center. Refresh- collective action we might imple-
ments will be served. Nominal ad- ment programs of influence and
stimulation.
mission for nonmembers.

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