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December 28, 1973 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-12-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Friday, Dec. 28, 1973-25

WITH THIS AD

Maddin Re-Elected Sinai Prexy; Federation Apts. Residents
Aronsson Heads Shapero School Raise Funds for Emergency

Milton M. Maddin was re-
elected president of Sinai
Hospital of Detroit at a meet-
ing of the board of trustees,
Dec. 17.

DAYS
SUND

Other elected officers are:
Sol Eisenberg, David M.
Miro and Erwin S. Simon,
vice presidents; Maxwell
Jospey, secretary; Malcolm
S. Lowenstein, assistant sec-
retary; Alfred L. Deutsch,
treasurer, and Jerome J.
Frank, assistant treasurer.
Terms are for one year.
Nate S. Shapero was chair-
man of the nominating com-
mittee.
Herbert A. Aronsson has
been re-elected president of
the Shapero School of Nur-
sing, a school for practical
nurses at Sinai Hospital.
Dr. Robert Luby was
elected vice president of the

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Two Federation Apartments residents display their
goods for some of the 450 people who attended the Apart-
ments' Hanuka bazaar on Dec. 16. Proceeds from the sale of
Hanuka foods as well as artwork done by the residents, went
to the Israel Emergency Fund.

MILTON M. MADDIN

board of trustees. Officers
who were re-elected were
Mrs. Herbert Blumberg, sec-
retary; Miss Elaine Jacob,
recording secretary, and
Lawrence J. Michelson,
treasurer.
Mrs. Robert Smith was ap-
pointed to a three-year term
on the board. Re-appointed
to three-year terms were
Mrs. John Grekin, Mrs. Ed-
ward D. Quint, Norman
Robbins and Mrs. Isadore
Winkelman.

People
Make News

Former Detroit concert
pianist LINDA EISENBERG
APTEKAR, daughter of Sam-
uel Eisenberg, has been se-
lected by Community Con-
certs, division of Columbia
Artists Management - New
York, to be included on its
consolidated list of artists for
the 1974-75 season. The . ar-
tist will be offered to civic
groups and organizations in
more than 800 communities
throughout the U.S. and Can-
ada. She is married to Rich-
ard Aptekar, former Jewish
News staffer and account ex-
ecutive with N. W. Ayer &
Son, Inc., advertising agency
in the Southwest.

JWB Plans Lectures by Elizur, Salpeter

NEW YORK — The Jewish
Welfare Board Lecture Bu-
reau is bringing the authors
of "Who Rules Israel?," Yu-
val Elizur and Eliahu Salpe-
ter, for a lecture tour during
February.

A lively account of the
inner workings of the Israeli
power structure, their book
is a best-seller in Israel,
where it is known as "The
Establishment."

Elizur and Salpeter, two of
Israel's top newspapermen,
say in their preface: "It is
enough to know 100, or at
most 200, people in Israel in
order to know who is re-
sponsible for decision-making

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To all our friends and relatives
that finally my husband,

Dr. Larry Morton,

will be on the TV show Truth
or Consequences on Thursday,
Jan. 3rd, 1974. This show will
be seen for the first time in
the Detroit area after Larry
has waited - since Oct. 31st,
1972 when the show was first
filmed in Los Angeles.

Myra Morton

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Howard Johnson's New Cen-
ter Motor Lodge hosted by
comedian Godfrey Cambridge
and talk-show host Dennis
Wholey. Purpose of the ex-
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of local artists.

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wheels of the economy turn,
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opinion."

Southfield to Have
Housing for Elderly

OPEN THURS.,

Construction of a 162-unit
senior citizens home soon
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the help of a $3,800,000 loan
from the Michigan Housing
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The single- and double-
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