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November 07, 1969 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-11-07

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Jewish Vocational Service Joins
A la rea Salzberg to Wed CJFWF Announces
Program for Depriv ed Inner-City Yout Dennis Marc Eder
Shroder Awards
The Detroit public school sys-
NEW YORK—Shroder Awards,
The six-week program includes
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tem has asked for and received

help from the Jewish Vocational
Service Community Workshop in
developing a work-study program
for culturally-deprived, academ-
ically-maladjusted youth from De-
troit's inner city, the Jewish Oc-
cupational Council reported in New
York.
The program is viewed as a first
step in an on-going process of vo-
cational -educational development
for each student and is being
implemented in conjunction with
the Michigan State Division of
Vocational Rehabilitation and per-
sonnel of the Moore School for
Senior Upgraded Boys.

Charles Gershenson
Heads Trustees of
Detroit Adventure

a transitional school-to-work
schedule. The youth attend the
workshop in the morning and
afternoons at the school followed
by full days at the workshop
during which the school after-
noon activities will be replaced
by production work on the eval-
uative bench at the workshop,
the JOC reported
In the third phase of the project,

each boy is to be employed full
time in the workshop. Incentive
wages are to be paid throughout
the program, in addition to regular
workshop wages in production.
After each boy completes the
program, recommendations for
further help will be made jointly
by the three agencies.

g ncjagements

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Papo of
Edinborough Ave., announce the
engagement of their daughter Jean
Susan to Stanley Jerome Alspec-
tor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Als-
pector of Fenmore Ave. Miss
Papo will graduate in December
from Wayne State University's
college of education, where she is
affiliated with Iota Alpha Pi
Sorority. Mr. Alspector is a grad-
uate of Wayne's college of educa-
tion..A July 12 wedding is planned.
• • •
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jaslove
of Greenfield Rd..- Oak Park, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Frances to Robert Tess-
ler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis

Tessler of Coach Horse Ct.. South-
field. A Feb. 1 wedding is plan-
ned.

CHARLES GERSIIENSON

Charles H. Gershenson
was elected president of the board
of trustees of Detroit Adventure
at its annual meeting.
Gershenson is president of the
board of advisers of the Wayne
Wayne Michigan Building Corp.
Ile is currently president of the
board of advisers of the Wayne
State University Press. He is a
board member of the Archives of
American Art; a member of the
State of Michigan Higher Educa-
tion Authority, and chairman of
Higher Education Facilities Com-
mission, by appointment of Gov-
ernor Milliken.
He is a former member of the
board of governors of Wayne State
University and a former chair-
man of the Allied Jewish Cam-
paign.

Hillel Day School
Will Make Awards

Mel Weisz, president of Ilillel
David Margolin.
Day School:

chairman of the benefit concert
held at Ford Auditorium Sunday
evening: and Rabbi Jacob E.
Segal, honorary life president of
the school. greeted the large
audience and invited uninterrupted
support for the school.
Rabbi Segal announced that
certificates of appreciation soon
will be presented to those who
made major gifts for the erection
of the building in which Hillel
Day School will be housed soon.
Entertainers at the concert were
Sam Levenson and Lisa Minelli,
with Johnny Trudell's orchestra
as participants.

Cohn, Weinstein Get JVSU Honors

Eli

MISS ANDREA SALZBERG

Mr. and. Mrs. Walter Salzberg of
Brookridge Rd., Birmingham, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Andrea Karen to Dennis
Marc Eder, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Eder of Oldham Rd., South-
field.
Miss Salzberg and her fiance
are students at Eastern Michigan.
An Aug. 23 wedding is planned.

March on Washington
to Call for End to War

presented in recognition of out-
' standing contributions by Jewish
voluntary health and welfare or-
ganizations to local, national or
international welfare, were won
this year by the Jewish Federa-
tions of Montreal and Columbus,
and by the American Jewish Joint
Distribution Committee, with hon-
orable mention to Jewish agencies
in Philadelphia and New Orleans,
it was announced by William
Rosenwald, chairman of the
Shroder award committee.
1 The awards, established by the
Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds as a continuing
tribute to William J. Shroder,
Council's founder and first presi-
dent, are given annually for crea-
tive and sustained achievement in
the social welfare field by cities
with more than 40,000 Jewish pop-
ulation; by cities with less than
40,000 Jewish population, and to
organizations which have made
outstanding contributions to re-
gional, national or international
welfare.
Members of the Shroder Award
committee include Judge Theodore
Levin of Detroit.

The Detroit Coalition to End the
War Now, expressing disappoint-
ment that the President "has once
more failed to heed—indeed has
chosen to ignore—the overwhelm.
ing desire of the American people
to see our involvement in Vietnam
ended, now," said students, house-
wives, workers and others will dis-
tribute black armbands Thursday,
to be worn by those who mourn
the death of American boys in
Vietnam.
A massive campaign will be
launched to get those unable to go
to Washington, D.C., for the
"March Against Death," to send
telegrams to the President.
An international student strike
has been called for next Friday.
Local activities planned by the
Student Mobilization Committee
will center at Wayne State Uni-
versity, where a rally will be-
gin at 10:30 a.m. Prof. Otto
Feinstein will be among the
speakers.
At 5:30 p.m., those going to
Washington will depart, following
a send-off rally at WSU's Matthaei
Gym. Over 40 buses and one plane
have been chartered, space has
been reserved on an additional
plane and car pools have been
organized for the March on Wash-
ington, Nov. 15. Additional persons
are going on their own, and it is
expected that thousands from the
Detroit area will take part in the
march.

Man is made not only of what
he has inherited, but also of what
he has acquired.—Goethe.

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Irwin I. Cohn (left) and Milton M. Weinstein (far right) were
congratulated by Dr. William R. Keast, president of Wayne State
University for their work at the university's Charles Grosberg Reli-
gious Center. Weinstein is shown receiving a Distinguished Service
Award from WSU for "his decisive effort in bringing to fruition the
Plans for the Charles Grosberg Religious Center at Wayne State
University." Cohn was honored as the major contributor and leader
in the fund-raising campaign for completion of the Irwin I. Cohn
Hall, new home of the Bnai Brith mom Foundation in the Religious

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, November 7, 1969-29

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