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May 18, 1973 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-05-18

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34—Friday, May 18, 1973

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS l

Ben-Gurion Gets Sperka Volume

'5,000,000 Cancer Center

1

Anti-Semitism
Topic of Talk at
Sinai Hospital

Energy Crisis
to Be Explored

April 26—To Mr. and Mrs.
Jerome S. Gilbert (Betty
Verner), 21415 Clarita, a
son, Brian Shawn.
* * *
April 22—To Mr. and Mr5.
Dr. Richard B. Mancke,
Allan Ben (Barbara Nakell),
25246 Branchaster, Farming- professor of economics and
law at the University of
ton, a son, Joshua Loren.
Michigan, will address the
April 7—The Mr. and Mrs. Detroit Chapter of the Amer•
D. Michael Kratchman (Cyn- ican Society for Technion
Chia Lynn), 1254 Navarre, a 8:15 p.m. Tuesday at the
son, Henry Daniel. Zionist Cultural Center. Dr.
Mancke, author of a book
soon to be published,
RABBI LEO
"Energy Crisis: the Failure
of U. S. Oil and Gas Policy,"
will speak on "The U. S.
Energy Crisis — Policy Fail-
per! 11,,Irel
ure or Fuel Shortage." The
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program is open to the com-
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HENRY FORD HIGI
SCHOOL is developing a
of students who wish employ
ment. Students can wash an
wax cars, run errands, pair
fences, baby-sit, clean g.
rages, care for lawns, was
windows and do other od
jobs. The school jobs nun
ber is 533-9715.

On his recent visit to Israel, Rabbi Joshua S. Sperka
presented a copy of his new book, "Ecclesiastes — Stories
to Live By," to former Israel Prime Minister David Ben-
Gurion. The Israeli statesman praised Rabbi Sperka's
devoted labors in presenting the Bible stories to the Amer-
ican Jewish reading public, and encouraged him to continue
to inspire interest in the Bible.

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GOLDMAN

SYDNEY (JTA) — Lead

AESCULPIAN PHARMA-
CEUTICAL ASSOCIATION
will meet 8:30 p.m. Monday
at the Whitehall Apts. club
house. Refreshments will be
served by the ladies aux-
iliary.

Opens to Public This Week-End

The new $5,000,000 Meyer and Jim Jefferies of Jef-
L. Prentis Cancer Center of feries; Mike Kirk of Graphic
the Michigan Cancer Foun- House; Mike and Katherine
dation will be open to the McCoy of Cranbrook School
public for the first time this of Graphic D e s i g n; Bob
Saturday and Sunday, be- Hughes; Peter Nothstein;
tween 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. both and Edward Fella of Graphic
days at the new site at 110 House appears in the official
E. Warren, between Wood- opening brochure which will
ward and John R. be distributed during the
Tours will be conducted open house.
From the 420,000 plum-
every hour on the hour
through the research facil- colored bricks of its exterior,
ities, patient service and re- to the liberal use of polished
habilitation center and corn- woods in its interior, the
Meyer L. Prentis Cancer
munity service offices.
A slide presentation out- Center exudes strength tem-
lining the work being done pered with warmth. The
at the United Foundation's building, which now offers
only cancer control agency the Foundation 96,000 addi-
will be shown continuously tional square feet of floor
in the Alfred R. Glancy Jr. space, was designed by Louis
Amphitheater on the lower G. Redstone Associates.
Expanded facilities include
level of the Prentis Cancer
a human virus containment
Center.
Also featured will be a laboratory which is still un-
special display of original der construction, an instru-
art work donated to the Mich- mentation center sophiSti-
igan Cancer Foundation by cated chemistry laboratories,
11 Detroit artists, photogra- a complete biology center
phers and graphic designers. and an electron microscope
The art work by such re- laboratory. All of the new
nowned artists as photogra- laboratories possess the fin-
pher Tom Bert; Ron Rae of est engineering features and
Designers & Partners; Diane refinements available, as
well as the strictest enviro-
mental controls needed for
the study of breast cancer,
focus of the Michigan Cancer
Foundation's research.
May 6—To Mr. and Mrs.
Kenneth Lirtzman (Nancy
Weingarten of Detroit) of
Country Club Hills, Ill., a
son, Michael Charles.
* * *
April 30—To Dr. and Mrs
Stephen P. Leff, (Ilene Mir-
vis), 23860 Frisbee, a son,
Jonathan David.
* *
April 28—To Dr. and Mrs.
Andrew Ellias (Judith H.
Ochs), 19240 Lancashire, a
son, Jeremiah Foster.

of the New Wales Labo
Men's Clubs 1 1 ers
Party of Australia dissociat

Dr. Milton J. Steinhardt,
member of the attending
staff of the department of
psychiatry at Sinai Hospital,
will speak on the subject
"Masks of Anti-Semitism:
Current Perspectives," 8
p.m., Monday, in the Zuck-
erman Auditorium of Sinai
Hospital.
The lecture has been ar-
ranged by the Sinai Hospital
psychiatry department.
Dr. Steinhardt also is con-
sultant at Grace Hospital
and a member of the faculty
of Wayne State University
Medical School.
Discussants of Dr. Stein-
hardt's theme will be Dr.
Peter A. Martin, clinical pro-
fessor of psychiatry at WSU
school of Medicine, and Dr.
Emanuel Tanay, adjunct as-
sociate professor at WSU
redical school.
An invitation has been ex-
tended to the public to attend
the lecture and the discus-
sion.

"YOUR
PORTRAIT

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JWV

SOL YETI MORRIS 0-
HEN POST and AUXILIARY
will hold their installation of
officers 8:30 p.m. Monday at
the JWV headquarters. Re-
freshments will be served.
The post and auxiliary will
hold their scholarship fund-
raising event 7:30 p.m. Sun-
day at the JWV home. At
its recent e 1 e c t ion , the
auxiliary named the follow-
ing o f fi c e r s: president,
Minnie Alpert; vice presi-
dents, Irene Levin and Diana
Joffe; treasurer, Ruth Levin;
patriotic instructress, Sophie
Hoffman; chaplain, Sara
Fleisher; historian, Rose
Feinberg; guard, Celia Yetz;
and conductress, Mary Shul-
man. The auxiliary has
plans to present 15 class-
room flags to Goodale School
in Detroit.

Dennis Aaron' Runs
for OP School Board

Dennis M. Aaron, 42, form-
er Oakland County commis-
sioner representing part of
Oak Park, announced - his
candidacy for a seat on the
Oak Park School Board. The
election is June 11.
As commissioner, he was
chairman of the county's pub-
lic protection and judiciary
committee and the criminal
justice planning council.
A member of the county's
library board, he is a direc-
tor of the Oakland County
Hospital and of New Hori-
zons, Inc., a nonprofit group
I dedicated to the training of
handicaped young adults. He
is affiliated with civic and
school-related groups in Oak
Park and is president-elect
Muscular Dystrophy of
the Key School PTA.
Drive to Be Launched A practicing attorney in
Two "pros" - in the fight Detroit, Aaron lives at 10150
against Muscular Dystrophy Dartmouth, Oak Park. He
will team up again this year and his wife Marilyn have
to lead a five-county fund- three children.
raising campaign for MD's
Southeastern Michigan Chap- Soviet Ohm Attack
ter.
Detroit Lions' quarterback Lack of Housing
Greg Landry will serve his
TEL AVIV (JTA) — About
second year as MD's cam- 150 recently arrived immi-
paign chairman, along with grants from the Soviet Union
nine-year-old MD poster child held a 48-hour hunger strike
Darryl Ayers, also a veteran at the Shave Zion absorption
of last year's drive.
center this week to protest
The;--two will head up a the failure of Israeli officials
June 5 house-to-house solici- to provide them with per-
tation involving over 32,000 manent living quarters.
Absorption ministry offi-
volunteers in Wayne, Oak-
land, Macomb, Monroe and cials claimed the protest was
totally unjostified.
St Clair col‘f- ies.

Dr. Arnold Kollin was in
stalled as president of the
Detroit Alumni Chapter,
Alpha Omega dental fratern-
ity, Wednesday at the South-
field Holiday Inn. Dr. Kollin
this year was head of the
AO Israel Bond committee
and chairman of the entire
dental section of the Allied
Jewish Campaign. On Satur-
day, the Detroit Alumni
Chapter will honor its incom-
ing officers at a President's
Reception at Jim's Garage.
Other officers are Drs. Ar-
nold Golnick, president-elect;
'Robert Galin, treasurer;
John Marx, treasurer-elect;
Sam Weiner, recording sec-
retary; Warren Tessler, cor-
responding secretary; Lou
Hirschman, sergeant-at-arms
and Dan Levitsky, editor.

LT. LARRY S. WEIL AUX-
ILIARY will celebrate its
first birthday at an art auc-
tion 8:30 p.m. Saturday at
Park West Galleries, South-
field. There will be a cham-
pagne preview at 7:30. Pro-
ceeds will aid needy children
at Pontiac Children's Village,
Michigan veterans at veter-
ans' hospitals and senior cit-
izens at Northland Geriatric
Clinic. There will be prizes,
and tickets are available a
the door. For information.
call Judy Schultz, 398-1245
or Laena Hoenig, 398-3772.
*
*
SILVERMAN DETROIT
LADIES AUXILIARY wil'
meet noon Thursday at Rob-
inson Furniture Co., Nort:i
land. Volunteers wishing t•
service the D. J. Healy horn ,
Saturday may call Ros'
Sharkey, 968-2593.

* * *

JWV Memorial
Services Sunday

Philip Goodman, com-
mander of the Jewish Wa,
Veterans Department o
Michigan, announces public
memorial services for the
Jewish war dead will be hel(
10 •a.m. Sunday at Mach
pelah Cemetery.
Cantor Hyman Adler an(
Rabbi Herbert S. Eskir.
chaplain for the department
will officiate.
All of the department':

13 posts and auxiliaries wi
participate.

The public is invited.

Fellowships we want,
will hold, not religion as •
duty, but duty as a religion
—Felix Adler.

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