18—Friday, April 28, 1967
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Art Show to Furnish. Playground
for Children at Psychiatric Institute
Early Deadline for Next Issue
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deadline for the next issue.
All copy for next week's issue must be in our hands
before 11 a.m. TODAY.
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Golden Wedding Date
Law Day to Honor Murphy's Memory
President Johnson and Gover-
nor Romney have proclaimed May
1 as Law Day. William M. Ellman,
president of the State Bar of
Michigan said: "The theme of this,
the 10th annual celebration of Law
Day, is the famous saying of
Theodore Roosevelt. 'No man is
above the law, no man is below
Thq Law Day celebration will
T he ness children's inpatient service at the Detroit Psychiatric
Institute will benefit from the annual art exhibit and sale sponsored
by volunteers May 8-11 at Cobo Hall. Mrs. Samuel B. Danto (second
from right) is general chairman, and Mrs. Paul Monchnik (left) is
chairman of art procurement. With them in the picture are Mrs.
Netah Iiibby of the art procurement committee and Dr. Irwin
Finkelstein. hospital staff psychiatrist.
Community-minded citizen volun-
teers representing business, orb-
fessional, religious and service or-
ganizations have joined efforts to
present the second annual Benefit
Art Show and hale for the Detroit
Psychiatric Institute of Detroit
General Hospital May 6-11 at Cobo
Proceeds will go toward the new
children's inpatient service to pro-
vide equipment for a playground.
Patrons will be invited to the
opening of the show 8 p.m. May 6,
and members of the American Psy-
chiatric Association, meeting in
convention. will attend May 8-11.
Over 500 Michigan artists are
invited to participate.
Anyone can become a patron by
joining the volunteer group.
Philip J. Caplan, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Abraham Caplan of Oak
Park. together with H. H. Theis-
sing, has written a book entitled
"Spectroscopic Calculations for a
Multielectron Ion," published by
interscience division of John Wiley
and Sons, New York.
Caplan, who lives in Asbury
Park, N.J., is a research physicist
at the Institute for Exploratory
Research, U.S. Army Electronics
Command, Fort Monmouth, N.J.
He is a graduate of Yeshiva Col-
lege of New York and received his
master of science degree from
Wayne State University.
Caplan is married to the former
Iola Schipler, who in the early
1950s was director of music acti-
vities at the United Hebrew Schools
Detroit Institute of Arts: Prof. ^:
Ernest Scheyer, art historian,
Jurors and advisers are Fred
Wayne State University; and
HERMAN EDELSBERG, w h o
Louise Nevelson, well-known
has served as executive director
sculptress from New York City.
of the U.S. Equal Employment
Chairman of the show is Mrs.
Samuel K. Danto, and co-chair-
men Dr. Kenneth E. Pitts and Dr.
William J. Wertz. Honorary chair-
man is Mrs. George Romney.
Opportunity Commission, has re-
signed to accept appointment as
director of the Bnai Brith Inter-
national Council. Edelsberg will
supervise Bnai Brith foreign ac-
tivities and the International Coun-
cil's regional offices abroad and
at the United Nations. Edelsberg
served as Anti-Defamation League
representative in Washington for
18 years. He left that post in 1955
to accept appointment to the gov-
Declare CARIH Week
Philip J. Caplan
Authors Science Book
Cummings, assistant director.
She and the honorary sponsors.
Mayor Jerome P. Cavanagh. health
Commissioner Dr. John J. Hanlon,
Wayne State University President
William R. Keast and College of
Medicine Dean Dr. Ernest Gard-
ner. will be on hand to meet guests
at the opening of the show.
to Ali.. Harold Freed
BY HENRY LEONARD
take place 2 p.m. Sunday in front
of the Harbor Beach Museum
Memorial (the Frank Mu r ph y
Senator Philip A. Hart will be
the principal speaker and will dedi-
cate a Michigan Historical Com-
mission marker in honor of Frank
The ceremonies will be presided
over by President Ellmann of the
State Bar. Other speakers will in-
clude Professor Harold Norris of
the Detroit College of Law and
author of the book, "Mr. Justice
Murphy and the Bill of Rights."
Following this program, the
Murphy home will be opened to
those who wish to tour it.
MISS JOYCE URNOVITZ
Mrs. Hy Urnovitz of Faust Ave.
announces the engagement of her
daughter Joyce to Harold Freed,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Freed
of Greenfield Rd.. Miss Urnovitz
is the daughter of the late Mr. Hy
An August wedding is planned.
Schools' Clothing Drive
to Aid Needy Chidren
The Spring Detroit Public
School Clothing Drive will be held
Monday through May 15. Discard-
ed clothing may be sent or taken
to any Detroit Public School build-
ing, or call the Volunteers of
America, TR 2-5000 for a pickup.
Clothing which can not be re-
paired is sold for salvage and pro-
ceeds are used to pay workers.
Money for new underwear is con-
tributed by Detroit Public Schools
Social Service, Inc.
From 8,000 to 10,000 children
benefit from efforts of the Detroit
Public Schools Clothing Drive. The
children are those whose families
are out of work or ill, but not on
Dr. JACK GOLDSTEIN, a De-
troit area foot specialist, has just
returned from Chicago where he
was the featured speaker at a
meeting of the American Natural
Hygiene Society. He spoke on his
personal experiences recovering
from a nearly fatal illness through
several supervised five- and six-
week fasts followed by a strict
President Lyndon B. Johnson
has proclaimed May 1-7 as Na-
tional CARIH Asthma Week, as
authorized by Congress.
The Children's Asthma Research
Institute and Hospital, known as
CARIH, is the only organization
whose scientific research is devot-
ed solely to finding cures for as-
thma and the other allergic dis-
eases which strike one of every
A medical resource for
severely ill asthmatic children
from many countries, CARIII
gives these children two years
of free care and treatment cost-
ing $12,000. CARIII treats chil-
dren of all races, religions and
nationalities. CARIII's findings
are shared with physicians
around the globe.
Gov. George Romney has pro-
claimed the first week of May as
CARIH Asthma Week in Michi-
gan. Volunteers will be out with
canisters asking for direct help,
and there will be a door-to-door
youth march May 7.
FOR THE BEST IN
MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT
MR. AND MRS. LEAVITT
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel P. Lea-
vitt of James St., Oak Park, were
honored at a reception given by
their children at the Hotel Pon-
chartrain Saturday to celebrate
their 50th wedding anniversary.
The Leavitts have a son. Gerald,
of Scarsdale, N.Y.; a daughter,
Mrs. Harry B. Evans; and four
Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs
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SATURDAY, MAY 6, 1967
COCKTAILS 7:30 P.M.
DINNER 8:30 P.M.
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