20—Friday, November 10, 1967
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
NCJW Helps Meet College Students' Need
for Financial Aid as Education Costs Rise
Bassoonist Dr. Leventer
An unprecedented influx of scho- going to the university, making the
Heads Center Symphony
larship loan request reflecting ris- financial bind very great.
Dr. Ira Leventer was elected
John W. wants to go into medi-
ing financial difficulties among
president of the Center Symphony
students at the college level, is tine but his father died when he
reported by the Committee on was 13 and his mother works as
which he has
Jewish Scholarship Service of a secretary. The National Defense
which NCJW, Detroit Section is a Loan he counted on was cut from
vital part. NCJW has in the past S1.000 to $400, which made his
He studied in
several years carried at least one- resources inadequate for the school
New York with
fourth of the total requests for the year.
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Simon Kovar and
has played at the
The scholarship committee of Detroit Section, National Council
Students needing help to corn- C
piete their training in every field
val under the
for financial aid to college students. On the committee are (from
direction of Serge
left) back row: Mesdames Louis Barnett, William Harris, Samuel
Reduction in other channels of
Caplan, Charles Rubiner, Sidney Friedlaender, Harry August
financial assistance, such as Na-
and Mrs. Dorothy Bloom; seated: Mesdames Joseph Garlock, financial
tional Defense Loans, accounts of
secretary; Sol Grossman, chairman, and Howard Appelman, secre-
The creation of a center for re-
part of the need, other reasons are
tary. Not pictured are Mesdames Bernard Agruss, Simon Baer, M.
business failures, ill health or search into special methods and
has been a prac-
Morton Barak, Walter Field, William Fixel, P. Friedinberg, Jerome
death of the parents; rising tui- materials for teaching the disad-
B. Grossman, J. Shurly Horwitz, Herbert Isaacs, T. N. Jacobowitz,
tion costs; and pressing needs of vantaged will be established in
in pediatrics in Dr. Leventer
Melvin Holbert, Norman Levey, Edward Quint, Herbert Robinson,
youngsters raised on social wel- Israel by the National Council of
the Detroit area since 1953. He b
Murry Sachs, Victor Shiffman, Benjamin Wink and Miss Bertha
fare programs. Jewish Women, it was announced
married and the father of three.
The following cases are among i by Mrs. Leonard H. Weiner of
the requests received by NCJW
This center is believed to he the
first anywhere in the world to be
Michael R. needs help to com- devoted exclusively to the educa-
plete his first year at Des Moines tional needs of the culturally de-
College of Osteopathy. His parents prived, Mrs. Weiner stated.
"Impact '67" is the theme of the ring and Abe Zitomer, hostesses;
were emigrants and prior to his
Plans for the Council Center for
father's death only a marginal liv- Research in Education were adopt- 1967 Institute of the Women's Di- Morris Baker, aides; William Avru-
ing was earned by him. His mother ed by the NCJW's board of direc- vision, Jewish Welfare Federation, nin and Arthur Gould. exhibits;
is now employed in a bakery and tors at its annual meeting last to be held Nov. 30 at the Jewish Richard Prentis and William Zach,
BY BERNARD H.
manages a livelihood without being week at the organization's national Center, Mrs. I. Jerome Hauser, decorations; Norman Levey and
able to help her son. Michael has headquarters in New York City. president of the division, has an- Maurice Klein, reservations; and
worked for and provided for his Council is also developing a major nounced.
Mrs. David J. Schachter is chair- promotions.
educational requirements up to this program for the United States.
For reservations, call the
man of the institute, with Mrs.
The center is to be affiliated
N. Grekin as vice-chairman. Women's Division, WO 5-3939.
Irene W. is applying for help to with Hebrew University's John
The institute is a part of the
complete her first year at Michi- Dewey School of Education in
gan State. Her parents were di- Jerusalem and will be organized Women's Division's education pro-
gram for women of the community.
THE NEW SOUNDS OF ...
vorced when she was very young at once as a top priority Project.
The meeting opens at 9:30 a.m.
and since then her father died. It is the product of NCJW's special
and adjourns at 2:45 p.m. Luncheon
The family was on ADC and later fact-finding mission sent to Israel
will be served at 12:45.
Irene was recipient of Social Se- following the Six-Day War in June
A feature of the institute is
curity grants. Her moth who is ill to explore the possible ways coun-
"conversations," which allow an
works in a local department store cil could use its expertise in edu-
interchange of ideas between
despite the fact that she shouldn't cation and social welfare to help.
In addition to granting interest audience and speakers. The con-
Big Sound Recording Artists
be on her feet all day and Irene
"Impact Detroit" and
has worked continuously to help fee loans, NCJW provides grants in versation,
"Impact Israel," will allow small
out and enable herself to go to
college in order to become a ship funds are derived from the groups to discuss the problems
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tributes given by NCJW members I and the future needs in our
Donald R's father's business was to the Ginsburg and Shiffman community and overseas.
badly damaged by the riots and
The committee also used funds agencies will be displayed in the
the family income dropped mark-
Jewish Center throughout the week
edly. There is another child also allocated by the board of NCJW
and by the repayments of loans of the institute.
Assisting in the institute plan-
by former recipients. Often grate-
ning are Mesdames I s ado r e
ful recipients contribute to these
sponsored by a NATIONAL Communal
Winkelman, adviser; Morris J.
funds to help other needy students
Brandwine, coordinator of work-
organization as a public service.
continue their education.
ships; Sidney Winer, coordinator of
The scholarship chairman is
arrangements; S a m u e 1 Caplan,
Mrs. Sol C. Grossman, UN 4-1539;
luncheon chairman; Louis H. Man-
The Uniori of Orthodox Jewish congregation° of America
co-chairman is Mrs. B. Benedict
Rabbinical COUnCri 01 America
Glazer; secretary, Mrs. Howard B.
Appleman; financial secretary, AJCongress Tour Chief
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Mrs. Joseph Garlock; and special
Preview '68 Program
adviser, Mrs. Stanley Fleischaker. to The director of the overseas ge••••
Council to Set Up
for Teachino- Poor
Federation Women's Division Planning
Annual Institute, 'Imp act '67', at Center
The ONLY emblem of
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Where you find one
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Plan Show, Afterglow
The Young 'n Marrieds of Aclas
Shalom will see "Camelot" at the
United Artists Theater 8 p.m. Nov.
Following, there will be a party
at the Harvey Gallisons' home,
19230 Magnolia, Southfield. Every-
one is welcome. For reservations,
call Marilyn Frommer, 548-9069.
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ish Congress, Betty Alderson of
New York, will appear 8:15 p.m.
Wednesday at Cong. Bnai David to
preview the 1968 travel program.
This year, there is a greatly ex-
panded itinerary of trips to Israel
and western Europe.
Established 10 years ago, the
AJCongress travel program now
sends more visitors to Israel than
any other group travel program.
Nine different tour itineraries are
offered to Israel and Europe. In
addition, two comprehensive tours
to Israel-only are offered. Two
European journeys are available
along with tour itineraries to South
America (Venezuela, Brazil, Ar-
gentina, Peru and Guatemala) and
the Orient (Japan, Formosa, Ma-
laysia, Thailand, Hong Kong and
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