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May 31, 1974 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-05-31

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Norman Podhoretz, noted
Monday at the 10 Mile branch
author of "Making It," edi-
• CLOWNS
of the Jewish Center.
tor of Commentary Magazine,
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• VARIETY SHOWS ardinator of the Michigan will address the dinner in
honor of Dr. William Haber
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ish Committee.
Prof. Haber will be pre-
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tions Award at the dinner.
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member of Phi Beta Kappa.
He also has a bachelor's de-
gree in Hebrew letters from
the Jewish Theological Sem-
inary.
Podhoretz taught English
literature and English moral
philosophy at Clare College,
Cambridge. He was editor-in-
chief of the Looking Glass
Library, publishers of chil-
dren's classics. An astute
literary critic and a percep-
tive analyst of the contempo-
rary social scene, Podhoretz,
in addition to "Making It,"
is the author of "Doings and
Undoings: The Fifties and
After in American Writing,"
and is the editor of "The
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, May 31, 1974-37

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Klunover Named as President
of Hannah Schloss Old Timers

Alfred A. Klunover became
the 11th president of the
LINWOOD (white) I Hannah Schloss Old Timers
at its recent annual dinner-
dance and installation of of-
I
1 ficers. He was installed by
1 Irwin I. Cohn.
1 Other officers are Meyer
1 Waterstone and Edgar Schlus-
1 sel, vice presidents; Irving
1 Small, treasurer; and Louis
secretary.
1 Benton,
Klunover is an attorney
Designed for a
1
who recently was honored by
I smooth, perfect look
1 the Michigan State Bar Asso-
and a comfortable walk.
I
1 ciation for his 50 years of
1 service to the profession.
As chairman and a mem-
I
1 ber
of the family law com- ALFRED A. KLUNOVER
I
I mittee
of the Michigan State
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1 9 Mile & Coolidge (A & P Center)
he has sponsored and im-
hoo..00u•Imosoou000.•000uovm0000000mon.wovoovo Bar, for more than 25 years, proved various laws on fam-
ily life, such as the Pater-
nity Act, Uniform Reciprocal
Enforcement of Support Act
and the Child Custody Act.
He recently was elected
to serve as a member of the
council of the family law
section, as well as the gen-
eral practice section. He is
CORNER 11 MILE IN CHATHAM SQUARE CENTER
also a member of the pro-
bate law and criminal law
sections of the Bar Associa-
tion.
Klunover also served as
chairman of a local board of
the U.S. Selective Service
System for more than 25
years. He is a life member
of the Jericho Lodge. Inde-
pendent Order of Odd Fel-
lows, and is a life member
of the Perfection Lodge of
the Masons.
Since 1919 he has been the
institutional representative,
sponsor and chairman of the
Boy Scouts Troop 23 Troop
Committee. The national Boy
Scout council awarded him
the Silver Beaver Award, and
the National Jewish Commit-
tee on Scouting presented
him with its Shofar Award.

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Sinai Hospital will observe
its 1974 Scientific Day and
Alumni Banquet next week.
Forty-nine house officers
who have completed their
graduate medical education
will receive diplomas Tues-
day. Dr. Herbert A. Ravin,
vice president for medical
affairs, will speak.
The alumni banquet will
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nesday at the Raleigh House.
Dean Robert D. Coye of
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