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October 15, 1976 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-10-15

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Activities in Society

Mr. and Mrs. Jerome J.
Elden (Blanche Sandorf),
former Detroiters of
Chevy Chase, Md., celeb-
rated their (30th wedding
anniversary Oct. 9 with a
family reunion dinner in
"- :Chevy Chase: Attending
.( the dinner were the
cr le's children, Mr. and
1 . ..'Lloyd Elden and son
Alec of Seattle, Wash.;
Mr. and Mrs. Albert
(Candi) Shilton and son
Justin of Los Angeles,
- Calif.; Judge and NIr.
SandorfJ. Elden and fam-
ily; and Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Elden and family of
=•Washington, D.C. The
senior Elden is active in
the management of his
- son Paul's dress shops.
* * *
Delegates to the 11th
National Board Confer-
ence of Women's Amer--
- can ORT in Cincinnati

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, October 15, 1976 43

Dentists to Honor Dr. Cabot
1 on Behalf of Bond Campaign

Oct. 24-28 are: Suzie Wal-
ters, Michigan 'Region
president;
Maxine
Pomerantz;
Pauline
Schreiber; Bette Traub,
Barbara Weisberg and
Dorothy Rubin.

Dr. Joseph Cabot will be
honored at the ninth an-
nual Detroit Alumni
Chapter Alpha Omega
Fraternity dinner-dance,
to be held on behalf of
State of Israel Bonds,
Dr. and Mrs. I. Walter Nov. 6 at Cong. Shaarey
Silver attended the offi- Zedek.
Dr. Cabot will receive a
cial new office opening of
their son, Dr. Daniel M. special award from the
State of Israel.
Silver, who is a specialist
A native Detroiter, Dr.
in orthopedic surgery, in
Cabot holds a bachelor of
Los Angeles, Calif.
* * *
science degree from
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wayne State University
Gorback, former Detroit- and a dental degree from
ens of Chicago, were hon- University of Michigan.
Dr. Cabot also earned a
ored recently on the occa-
sion of their 50th wedding master of science degree
DR. JOSEPH CABOT
anniversary at a dinner in dentistry for children.
Dr. Cabot is the only De- Detroit Alumni Chapter.
party given by their chil-
The honoree is a
dren, Jack and Rosalie troit Alpha Omega
Marks, which was also at- member to have served as member of Cong. Shaarey
tended by the Gorback's president of the Michigan Zedek, the United Com-
three grandChildren and Dental. Associafion. He munity Service Assembly
also is past president of and had a long-time in-
friends.
the Detroit District Dental volvement with Selective
Society, the Michigan Soc- Service.
Judge Wise Seeks Re-Election iety
of Dentistry for Chil-
Dr. Leo Shipko is - din-
dren, the Kenneth Easlick ner chairman and Dr.
Wayne County Circuit
Graduate Society and the Samuel Weiner is
Judge John NI. Wise is a
Delta
Dental Plan of toastmaster. Committee
candidate for re-election.
Michigan.
members include: Drs.
Judge Wise received his
He is director of the Harvey Beaver, Bruce
Juris Doctor degree from
Pedodontic
Section
of
the
bert J. Bloom, Michael
Wayne State University.
Detroit Dental Clinic Chaben, Manuel Feld-
He has been the recipient
Club and is a member of man, Dr. and Mrs. Jack
of the Distinguished
the Omicron Kappa Upsi- Freedland, Drs. Robert
- Alumni Award from
lon Honorary Dental M. Galin, president; Con-
Wayne State 'University
Fraternity. He is a fellow rad Goode, Jack J. Goode,
-Law School "in recogni-
in the American College Joseph 0. Grant, Robert
tion of his many achieve-
of Dentists and was the Lavine, Jack Lawson,
ments as a member of the
first C.S. Mott fellow in Dan Levitsky, John J.
judiciary, a leader in his
pedodontics.
Mames, Martin Naimark,
community and in ap-
Dr. Cabot was presi- George A. Rosin, Sidney
preciation for the count-
dent of the under- Rubenstein, Sidney 0.
less hours he unselfishly
graduate chapter of Siegan, David Silver,
spent sharing his exten-
Alpha Omega at Univer- Samuel Stulberg, Sey-
sive legal knowledge and
sity of Michigan and more B. Swartz, Warren
JUDGE JOHN WISE
acumen with hundreds of
served as trustee of its Tessler, Azriel Weller
eager law students. -
He is past president of Metropolitan Detroit,
the Wayne State Univer- Bnai Brith Council ana Doubled Israel
Tourism by '85
sity Law Alumni Associa- Detroit Lodge, Wayne
tion, Old Newsboys' Good- State Uniirersity Law Seen in Dafna
Agent Report
fellow Fund and the Snhool Alumni Associa- .
Probus Club and remains tion, Detroit's Crisis Club,
Reporting on
within the desert, in Eilat
active in numerous civic Wayne . County Civic
with executives of and southward along the
and philanthropic organi- League, Boulevard tourist bureaus held in
zations. He was a former Shrine Club, East Side the past two weeks in Is- shores of the Red Sea, in
effort to strengthen
chairman of the Capuchin Shrine Club, Southeast- rael and New York, Ben- an
Israel's
position as a
Charity Guild and or- ern Michigan Association . jamin Hershkovitz, man- major winter
destination.
ganized Sandlotters, Inc. of Chiefs ofPolice, Detroit ager of the new Dafna
and the Detroit Basketball Elks, Michigan Regional Tourist Bureau set up in Yiddish Committee
Federation to benefit the Advisory Board of the Detroit said that the an-
youth in Athletic events in Anti-Defamation League ticipation is that tourism Program Is Slated
the community.
of Bnai Brith, Lawyers to Israel will double by
The Jewish Community
He has been active in Committee of United 1985.
Center Yiddish Commit-
the men's club of Temple Foundation, Detroit His-
Hershkovitz said--that tee will present a report
Beth El, Jewish Commun- torical Society, Bayview increased confidence was
on the World Conference
ity Council, Jewish Wel- Yacht Club and Detroit in evidence in Israel that
of Yiddish and Yiddish
fare Federation's Allied Men's ORT.
interest in the Jewish
Culture 3 p.m. Oct. 24 in
Jewish Campaign and
Judge Wise was a state will inspire a con- the Assembly Hall of the
Detroit Service Group,
Center's 10 Mile branch.
former Traffic Court Re- tinuing tourist trade.
He announced the open- Allen Warsen, Yiddish
feree before he was
Religious School
Committee chairman, in-
elected to the Wayne ing of the Dafna Israeli
vites persons interested
Special Class
County Circuit. Court, Tourist Bureau office in
in
Yiddish and Yiddish
Detroit
at
19675
W.
10
Mile
.
The Hebrew Religious where he has served for
Rd. in Southfield, tele- culture.
\ Afternoon School, located the past 17 years.
Delegates Mr. and Mrs.
phone 358-1161.
the Lubavitcher
Morris Friedman will re-
I
Center, 14000 W. Nine UHS Nursery
Announcement was
port on the conference,
made by Hershkovitz of which was sponsored by
Mile, Oak Park, has added
the plans made known by
a special education class Extends Program
the World Yiddish Cul-
to its curriculum for stu-
United Hebrew Schools the Israel ministry of ture Organization.
dents who need special nursery school will ex- Tourism, to facilitate the
Chairman for the after-
attention.
tend its morning program growing tourist trade
noon's event is Wolf
Regular
plans. The ministry's
religious until 12:30.
Snyder, Yiddish essayist
school and Bar Mitzva
program is to encourage
and former chairman of
The
morning
program
classes also are held.
the building of new hotels
the Yiddish committee.
A Sunday school class will conclude at 11:30 as and tourist facilities in
For information, call the
for youth age 6-8 begins presently scheduled. parts of the country pos-
center, 545-8780.
• at 9 a.m. For information, Children staying until sessing historical, religi-
call Mrs. Lillian Green- 12:30 should bring a ous and scenic attrac-
Party for Forbes
wald, 547-1833, or Mrs. lunch; the nursery school tions. These include the
Sarah Sandles, 547-1569. will provide a beverage.
crusader port city of Akko
A birthday party for
The nursery school ac- (Acre), Nazareth, Haifa, State Representative Joe
The English Barebones cepts children for two, Caesarea and Ashkelon.
Forbes will be held 4 p.m.
Parliament of the Puri- three or five mornings.
Oct. 24 at the Oak Park
Additional spas and va-
tans
imitated
the For information, United cation centers will be
Community Center. For
=. Sanhedrin in choosing 70 Hebrew Schools Nursery developed throughout tickets, call Rosemary
for its number.
Reid, 352-8137.
School, LI 8-4191.
the country, especially

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