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October 20, 1967 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-10-20

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City of Hope Men to Mark Anniversary

A new heart-
lung machine en-
ables City of
Hope surgeons to
perform complex
open-heart opera-
tions hours long.
The bubble - type
oxygenator (arti-
ficial lung) per-
fuses blood with
fresh oxygen,
and the stainless
steel and alumi-
num pump (arti-
ficial heart) cir-
culates the blood
through the body.






The Detroit Business Men's nonsectarian center, a medical and
Group, City of Hope, will cele- research complex waging daily

brate the 55th anniversary of the
founding of the Duarte, Calif. med-
ical center with a dinner-dance
Nov. 18 in the grand ballroom of
the Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel.
The chairman
of the entertain-
ment committee,
Morris Suke-
ic, and associate
Max Sosin plan
an evening of en-
entertain-
ment which us-
ually includes an
outstanding Hol-
lywood celebrity
plus a top enter-
Sukenic
tainer.
Jack Beckwith, president, noted
the achivements in humanitarian-
ism and medicine at the free and

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Men's Clubs

BNAI MOSHE MEN'S CLUB wil

battle against heart, blood and
chest diseases, cancer and leuke-
mia and genetically related dis-
orders.
In one decade, some 600 dis-
coveries aim ed
at relieving pain
and effecting
cures have
emerged fro m
the hospitals and
laboratories cov-
ering more than
Beckwith
9 acres.

Technion Dinner
to Honor President

Business
Brevities

A new branch office of FIRST
FEDERAL SAVINGS OF DE-
TROIT, 12380 Woodward, Highland
Park, opened last week with the
open-house celebration scheduled to
last several weeks. Prizes for per-
sons opening new accounts and
gifts for those visiting the new
branch and opening accounts of
$100 or more are among the fea-
tures of the celebration.
* * *
AETNA LIFE AND CASUALTY
has awarded its 1967 National
Quality Award to Ben Linder. The
award goes to the agent judged
having best met "rigid standards
of service to clients and the
public."
■ •

Morris Watnick has just re-
turned from an extensive buying
trip that has taken him to every
fine jewelry and gift house. The
merchandise is now arriving daily
at MORREY'S, 283 Hamilton,
Birmingham. The largest selection
of 14-karat gold jewelry is always
on display at Morrey's.
* * *
THE CONTROL DATA INSTI-
TUTE, opening in the Detroit area
in November, is accepting students
and offers a future in well-paying
careers as programers for as many
as 25,000 men and women in the
next year. William D. Miller, man-
ager of the institute, 23775 North-
western, Southfield, says the need
for computer programmers is so
acute that Control Data has set up
institutes throughout the United
States and in Germany.

The Detroit Chapter of the Ameri-
can Technion Society will hold its
22nd annual dinner 6 p.m. Nov.
5 at Cong. Bnai David.
Robert Brody, president, an-
nounced that the dinner will pay
tribute to the chapter's past presi- AJCommittee Plans
dents, including Harvey H. Gold-
man, Louis R. Redstone, Louis Series of Lectures
Stephen Birmingham, author of
Gelfand, Benjamin Wilk, Murray
Altman, Dr. Joseph N. Epel, Julius the best seller, "Our Crowd," will

hold a Samhat Tora dance 9 p.m.
Oct. 28, in the social hall. Dance
music will be by the Sammy Wolfe
orchestra, and a catered buffet
speak under the sponsorship of
dinner will be served. The public W. Lev and Robert Brody.
is invited. For reservations, call
Brody noted that Israel's future the Detroit chapter of the Ameri-
8-9000.
can Jewish Com-
office,
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the synagogue
expansion in industry and assur-
mittee, Nov. 13,
Special table arrangements can ance of a sound economy depend
at Book Fair of
be made for family and friends.
on the development of science-
the Jewish Com-
based industries capable of com-
munity
Center.
peting in world markets. "Tech-
Birmingham will
nion has been and will be the
speak
on
"Our
training institute for Israel's tech-
Jewish F a mily
nological growth and advance-
Tree ... Root
ment," he said.
-Ind Branch."

JWV

LT. RAYMOND ZUSSM AN
AUXILIARY will hold a combined Prof. Goldman to Speak
business meeting and games party
8:30 p.m. Monday at the home of on 'Art of Ancient Jews'

Mrs. Bess Goldberg, 20438 Chey-
enne. Donor luncheon tickets will
be distributed, and refreshments
will be served.
* * *
BLOCH ROSE AUXILIARY will
hold a general membership meet-
ing 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Oak Park
Community Center. After a short
business meeting, there will be a
white elephant sale, proceeds to go
for hospital work.
* * *

Southfield Veteran Group
Seeks 'Sweeteners' for GIs

Richard B. Kramer, president of
the Zionist Organization of Detroit,
invites the community to a pro-
gram 8:30 p.m. Monday, at the
Zionist Cultural Center.
Carmi M. Slomovitz, program
chairman, will present Dr. Bernard
Goldman, professor of art history
at Wayne State
University, whose
slide - illustrated
lecture will be
on "The Art of
the Ancient
Jews." The ma-.
terial centers
around the mo-
saics of ancient
Israel and the-
wall paintings of Dr. Goldman

Dunham Ray Post, Veterans of
Foreign Wars, is sponsoring a cam-
paign to get pre-sweetened flavor-
ing to the boys in Vietnam.
Because the drinking water in
the field is not fresh, servicemen the Dura Europos synagogue. Re-
must add iodine tablets to kill freshments will be served. There
harmful bacteria. Pre-sweetened is no admission charge.
For information, call the Zionist
flavoring, such as Kool-Aid, helps
kill the iodine taste and can be House, 353-3636.
easily carried in packets into the
field.
Israel Army Units Vie
The VFW post has sent out the
appeal on radio and in newspapers. for Best-Looking Sukka
Donations can be 'sent to the post,
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)
24222 W. Nine Mile, Southfield.

Scotsmen Honor Israel
EDINBURGH (JTA) — An "Is-
rael Week" was opened here in
the Patrick Franklin store, one of
the major retail outlets in Scot-
land's capital.
The event here followed a sim-
ilar program in Glasgow, which was
described as a great success from
the point of view of sales and of
attracting attention to Israeli man-
ufactures, according to A. Mazur,
economic counsellor at the Israel
Embassay in London, who attend-
ed both events.

JERUSALEM (JTA) — Israel
army units, stationed from the
snow-capped slopes of Mt. Her-
mon in Syria to the arid banks
of the Suez Canal, ushered in
the Sukkot holiday Wednesday
night.
Lulavim (palm branches) and
estrogim (citrons) have been
supplied to all posts for the tra-
ditional celebration of the festi-
val. There is a competition
among the various units for the
best sukka, the tabernacle but
decorated with fruits of the
autumn harvest.

Manheim Sha-
niro and Profs.
Marshall Sklare
and Leonard
Fein, prominent
. .
authors and lec-
Grossman
t Irers, are sche-duled to appear
before the chapter in future pro-

grams, Lewis Grossman, chapter
president, announced this week.

"AN EVENING WITH KARL
HAAS" is scheduled by the Wom-
en's Committee of the Grosse
Pointe Symphony Orchestra 8:30
p.m. today at the Grosse Pointe
War Memorial auditorium. Pro-
ceeds from the recital-lecture will
benefit the orchestra.

Friday, October 20, 1967-25

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Stamps Spell `Welcome to Israel'

A series of three stamps honoring the International Tourist
Year of 1967 will be issued in November by the philatelic service
of the Israel Ministry of Posts, Jerusalem. Multicolored, the stamps

say "Welcome to Israel" in three languages.

Groups Fight Bias in Radio Station

PHILADELPHIA (JTA) — The
Federal Communications Commis-
sion is conducting public hearings
here on the license renewal appli-
cation of a suburban radio station
that is accused by 19 civic and re-
ligious groups of being a forum for
anti-Semitic, anti-Negro and anti-
Catholic broadcasts.

Philadelphia Council of Churches
and the Anti-Defamation League
of Bnai Brith. Jerome Bakst, direc-
tor of research and evaluation of
the ADL, characterized McIntire's
30-minute radio show, called "The
20th Century Reformation Hour,"
as a religious program with an
extremely right-wing viewpoint."

The station, WUXR, of nearby
Media, Pa. is operated by Brandy-
wine-Main Line Broadcast, Inc.,
owned by Faith Theological Semin-
ary of Elkins Park, Pa. The presi-
dent of the seminary is Rev. Dr.
Carl McIntire, a fundamentalist
clergyman known for his extreme
right-wing broadcasts.
Among the groups that have for-
mally opposed renewal of the
station's license are the Greater

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SIMCHAS TORAH BALL

Saturday, Nov. 4, 8:45 p.m.

at the Hopfeld Hall, 19371 Greenfield
featuring

ERIC ROSENOW and His Continental Orchestra

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GET IN THE SPIRIT OF THE SEASON BY ATTENDING

THE SIMCHAS TORAH DANCE

SPONSORED BY THE

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ON

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1967 at 9 P.M.

IN THE HARRY ROSMAN HALL OF THE SYNAGOGUE

Dance Music by Sammy Woolf Orchestra

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