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October 23, 1970 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-10-23

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JNF to Continue Traditional Collection Jill Maxman Plans

TIE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, October 23, 1970,43

Collections and functions that
have gained traditional status will
not be abandoned by the Jewish
National Fund, it was announced
this week.

Taking a lady's hand gives her
confidence in her physician.—Sir
William Oster.

The Detroit JNF Council re-
leased a statement by the national
JNF president, Herman L. Weis-
man, repudiating misunderstand-
ings that were based on statements

Northland Theater Manager Honc red

Milton H. London (left), president of the National Association
of Theater Owners of Michigan, Inc., and Richard Sloan (right),
owner of the Suburban Detroit Theaters Circuit, view the Inter-
national Grand Award for Showmanship won by Northland Theater
manager Eugene E. Grew. This award "for outstanding showman-
ship, displayed in the promotion and merchandising of motion pic-
tures" has been presented annually for 36 years by Martin Quigley,
publisher of Motion Picture Daily and Motion Picture Herald. Selec-
tion of Grew for this honor was made to New York by a panel of
motion picture industry executives. Grew won his award for the pro-
motion of "Airport" at the Northland Theater. Grew transformed
the theater lobby into an airline terminal decorated with airline and
travel posters, outfitted the doormen as airline captains and the
usherettes as stewardesses. "Airport" is now in its 32nd week at the
Northland Theater. Last year, Grew was honored at the 50th annual
convention of Michigan theater owners as Michigan's Showman of
the Year. •

Film Star Bob Cummings to Appear
at City of Hope Businessmen Diuner

Bob Cummings, star of 111 mo-
tion pictures and the TV network
series "The Bob Cummings Show,"
will appear at the 58th annual
champagne dinner-dance of De-
troit Businessmen's Group, City of
Hope, 5:30 p.m.
Nov. 1 at Raleigh
House.
Harry Brodsky,
itplorra president of the
group,
said the
S
• program also will
include the new
%singer Tony
Daryll. Hal Gor-
BitoDsKy don and his or-
chestra will play
for dancing, and, Brodsky said, ar-
rangements are being made for a
surprise Hollywood star to appear.

BOB CUMMINGS
The invitation-only affair is given
in support of City of Hope, a can- search center and nonsectarian
cer and catastrophic disease re- hospital entirely free of fees to the
patient_
Co-chairmen of this year's
dinner-dance are Dr. Robert
Moss, Joseph Braver and Sammy
Lieberman. Fund-raising chair-
men are Jack Beckwith, Eugene
Epstein and Charles Canvasser.
Max Sosin is entertainment chair-
man.
The Detroit Businessmen's Group,
composed of professional and busi-
ness people, annually donate all
proceeds directly to the City of
Hope. There is no admission
charge to the dinner, but Brodsky
emphasized the importance of in-
vitees returning responses immedi-
ately. -
For information on City of Hope
and the dinner-dance, call the De-
troit Businessmen's Group, 894-
5133 or 895-8500.

Gilder Zalenko Engaged
to John Edward Jacobs

MISS GILDA ZALENKO

Mr. and Mrs.,Hyman Zalenko of
Olde Franklin Dr., Farmington,
announce-the engagement of their
daughter Gilds Gail to John- Ed-
ward Jacobs, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Morton Jacobs of Shrewsbury Rd.
Miss Zalenko attends graduate
school at the University of Michi-
gan, where Mr. Jacobs Is complet-
ing his senior year of law.
A June wedding is planned.

San Diego Jewish Service
to Counsel Delinquents

SAN DIEGO (JTA),Officials of
the Jewish Family Service of San
Diego have announced plans to
combat juvenile delinquency by
taking counseling into the homes
of San Diego residents. Mrs.
Marrianne Kaye, the JFS execu-
tive director, said that the program
would be aimed at families with
children who have been arrested
two or three times and with
younger children moving toward
delinquent behavior.

Wedding to Mr.- Lake

issued about unified efforts to
double the income of the United
Jewish Appeal and Israel Bonds.
Weisman's statement declares
that "The JNF will, of course, con-
tinue, as in the past, to give clear-
ance and priority to the major
campaigns," but denied that tra-
ditional efforts will be curtailed in
any way.
Weisman called upon JNF direc-
tors throughout the country to im-
plement the resolution passed at
the last meeting of the JNF board
of directors, which states, in part,
that:
"The Jewish National Fund, in
compliance with the 'Resolution on
the Keren Kayemeth Leisrael
(Jewish National Fund),' of the
Zionist General Council of Feb-
ruary-March, 1970, will, within the
framework of its plan and desire
to cooperate with and yield prior-
ity to the emergency campaigns,
continue to conduct its Zionist
traditional activities in the fields
of fund raising, culture, education
and information 'through time-
honored and well-established tra-
ditional media.' "

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Gifts for Month

Gifts for a one-month period
totaling $55,008 were approved by
the Wayne State Board of Gover-
nors at its monthly meeting.
The Wayne State Fund received
$5,740 from alumni and other
friends of the university for, among
others, the Morris H. Blumberg
Scholarship Fund and the Betty
Kamens Israel Scholarship Fund.
Alumni and friends of the uni-
versity also gave through the
Wayne State Fund for the Sey-
mour J. Cohn Memorial Fund for
Research in Infectious Diseases.
Various donors contributed $1,538
for the Cancer Investigation Fund
under the direction of the acting
associate dean of the school of
medicine, Lawrence M. Weiner.
Morton E. Harris contributed
$1,260 to the university for the
Edith Harris Memorial Scholarship
Fund.

GAIL

Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Maxman
of Basil Rd. announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Jill Linda
to Ronald Lake, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Lake of Skokie, Ill.
The bride-elect is a senior at
the University of Michigan. Her
fiance is attending the Kent School
of Law in Chicago.
The couple plans a June
wedding.

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