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June 04, 1976 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-06-04

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Hadassah Hospital
Honors Detroiter

MICHAEL KAPLIT

Photography

A room for cancer re-
search at Hadassah Hospi-
tal in Jerusalem, named for
the late daughter of Benja-
min Laikin, Bat Sheva Lai-
kin Davidson, will be offi-
cially opened June 13.
Laikin has long been ac-
tive in Jewish communal
affairs and is a founder and
author of the by-laws of the
Jewish Community Council
of Metropolitan Detroit.

Weddings • Bar Mitzvas

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Men's Clubs

BETH. MOSES MEN'S
CLUB will hold its installa-

tion of officers Sunday, fol-
lowing 8:45 services in the
synagogue. Breakfast will
be served. Newly elected of-
ficers are: Alfred Cowan,
president; Donald Farkus
and Arthur Sandberg, vice
presidents; Henry Rubin,
treasurer; Saul Kingston
and Gerald Leopold, secre-
taries; Jack Kroker and Ger-
ald Rogers, trustees. Allan
Rosenberg, president of the
Great Lakes Region Na-
tional Federation of Jewish
Men's Clubs, will install the
officers.

Probus Club
Picks Kaplan

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DONALD KAPLAN

Donald Kaplan was
elected president of Probus
Club of Detroit.
Elected to serve with
him are Edward H. Fried-
man, William Colman and
Sidney Burk, vice presi-
dents; Bernard Kriger, trea-
surer; and Reuben H. Isaacs
and Anthony Meisner, sec-
retaries.
The club's board of direc-
tors includes Henry Auslan-
der, Paul Hack, Irwin Kahn,
Howard Kraus, Martin Lat-
tin, Chuck Moss, Bob Stein-
berg, Leonard Trunsky,
Ralph Walker and Cliff
Weisberg.

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Registration Open
for Center Nursery

The Jewish Community
Berman Reports
Center has opened registra-
on Study of Jewish tion for members and non-

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Detroiters to Join
Men's Club Parley

NEW YORK — Several
Detroit-area men's club
leaders have been named to
positions for the 47th an-
nual convention of the Na-
tional Federation of Jewish
Men's Clubs.
They are: I. Murray Ja-
cobs, honorary president
and convention chairman;
Abraham Satovsky, past
national president and con-
troller; Abe Katzman, cre-
dentials; Leonard E. Baron,
printing; Myron L. Mil-
grom, resolutions; Carl R.
Lichtenstein, Marvin
Fleischman and Allan Ro-
senberg.
The conclave will be held
July 25-29 at the Concord
Hotel, Kiamesha Lake, N.Y.

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June 4, 1976 39

Mandell L. Berman, past
president of Detroit's Jew-
ish Welfare Federation, re-
ported that the American
Association for Jewish Edu-
cation is conducting a study
in the Philadelphia metro-
politan area to determine
the residual effects of mem-
education on adult em-
bers of Philadelphia's Jew-
bers
ish community. Berman is
chairman of AAJE's na-
tional governing council.
He said the study, which
was commissioned by the
Federation of Jewish Agen-
cies of Greater Philadel-
phia, will concentrate on
graduates of various types
of secondary Jewish schools
/ in the community in an ef-
fort to analyze their Jewish
involvement and commit-
ment.

members for its fall nursery
program. Youngsters may
be enrolled in two, three or
five half-day sessions, and
transportation is available.
The nursery is staffed by
certified teachers and li-
censed by the state. For in-
formation, contact the Cen-
ter's group services office,
851-7300.

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educational development
examinations 7 p.m. Mon-
day, Tuesday and Wednes-
day at Oak Park High
School.
Examinees are asked to
register in person at the
Extended Education Office
prior to taking the examina-
tions. The Extended Educa-
tion Office is open from 6-10
p.m. daily except Friday
evenings. Deadline for the
registrations is 6:45 p.m. on
the first day of the examina-
tions at the above office.

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