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June 04, 1976 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-06-04

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Business
Briefs

Lucien E. Darmon, man-
ager of the Oak Park branch
of American Federal Sav-
ings, recently was elected a
vice president of AFS, it was
announced by Alfred L.
Deutsch, chairman of the
board.

* * *

Charles N. Isackson of
Oak Park was elected presi-
dent of the Detroit Branch
of the American Electropla-
ters Society for a two-year
term.
* * *
nsurance Leaders of
zhigan, a state-wide or-
ganization affiliated with
the Michigan State Associa-
tion of Life Underwriters,
announces the following
new members:

Jesse W. Antman, Bruce Box-
man, Ronald I. Caden, Paul
Davidson, Bruce J. Finsilver,
Howard H. Finsilver, Harold M.
Freed, Earl M. Friedman, Benja-
min R. Garfield, Joel F. Garfield,
Sydney E. Gartenberg, Edward
Gordon, A. Michael Levin, Alan
Nathan, Solomon Rothenberg,
Ralph B. Stillwell and Louis I.
Zuckerman.

College to Cite Judge Kaufman

Wayne County Probate
Judge Ira G. Kaufman will
receive an honorary Doctor
of Science in Business Ad-
ministration degree at the
commencement exercises of
Cleary College in Ypsilanti
June 12.
Cleary College, a special-
ized business college, will
cite Judge Kaufman "as a
scholar, a man of action and
deed, and a dedicated judge,
he is an example for all who
labor for the cause of hu-
manity."
The citation lists Judge
Kaufman's affiliations as a
founder of Adat Shalom
Synagogue, and past chair-
man of United Hebrew
Schools, Midrasha College
of Jewish Studies, the Zion-
ist Organization of Detroit,
Tikvah Lodge of Bnai Brith

Music Study Club
Plans Installation

The Music Study Club of
"tropolitan Detroit will
id its annual installation
luncheon, noon June 15 at
the Raleigh House.
Mrs. Morris Adler will be
the installing officer. Mrs.
Felix Rosenwach is chair-
/—'
-an of the day. Mrs. Goldie
.cin will deliver the Invo-
.
cation. The Music Study
Choral Group, accompanied
by Rose Stein and under the
direction of Dan Frohman,
will be featured. Mrs. Rob-
ert E. Livesey, president of
the Southeastern District of
the Michigan Federation of
Music Clubs, will speak.
Mrs. Bernard Nathan is
in charge of luncheon ar-
rangements. For reserva-
tions, call Mrs. George Bas-
-,
sin, 477-9045, Mrs. Leonard
Hack, 626-3455, or Mrs.
Morris Rosman, 356-8063.
Guests are invited.

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Transportation

JUDGE KAUFMAN

and board overseer at Drop-
sie University.

MR. AND MRS. SCHWARTZ

1

Irma Samrick of Bel-
mont, president of the Mich-
igan Region of Hadassah,
will attend the double dedi-
cations of the Siegfried and
Irma Ullmann Building for
Cancer and Allied Diseases
and the Daniel and Florence
Guggenheim Rehabilitation
Pavilion of the Hadassah-
Hebrew University Medical
Center in Jerusalem in
June.
* * *
Edwina Davis partici-
pated as Michigan Public
Affairs chairwoman of the
National Council of Jewish
Women in a three-day sym-
posium on "Status Offend-
ers" in Washington, D.C.

Glaucoma Tests

Free glaucoma tests will
be offered 9:30 a.m.-1:30
p.m. Saturday at the North-
west YMCA, 21755 West
Seven Mile.
The tests are sponsored
annually by the Motor City
Lions Club.

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Rosie and Abe Schwartz
of Towne Rd., Southfield
will celebrate their 50th
wedding anniversary Sun-
day. A champagne brunch
will be held in their honor at
the Raleigh House.
Participants will include
their children Murray,
Harvey and Sandra, grand-
children Jeffrey, Linda,
Boby and Debby Schwartz
and Karen and Bob Weis-
berg, as well as other rela-
tives and friends.

June 4, 1976 37

An enrichment program in the fine arts
for children 6-13

Schwartzes Mark
50th Anniversary

JFS to Honor
Its Volunteers

The Jewish Family Serv-
ice and Resettlement Serv-
ice will honor its volunteers
at a luncheon noon Wednes-
day at. the Federation
Apartments. More than 150
men and women will be hon-
ored.
The volunteer services
committee members in-
clude: Betty Rosenhaus,
chairperson; Lois Shiffman,
associate chairperson; and
Mary Baroff, Gerri Barr,
Pearl Biber, Susan Citrin,
Beatrice Epel, Gertrude
Edgar, Cyrille Friedman,
Dorothy Harwood, Suzanne
Hopp, Edythe Jackier, Joy
Nachman, Rose Roth, Ade-
line Salinger, Rebecca San-
ders, Tillie Schkloven, Toba
Smokier and Janis Wets-
man.
For information on be-
coming a volunteer, contact
Mrs. Fayga Dombey, coordi-
nator of volunteer services,
or Elaine Daneman,
559-1500.

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