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August 19, 1977 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-08-19

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42 Friday, August 19, 1977 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Dr. August Celebrates

A double celebration pro-
vides joy for Dr. and Mrs.
Harry E. August's current
visit in Israel. They are ded-
icating a Jewish National
Fund forest they had plan-
ted two years ago near Ki-
ryat Shmona and the occa-
sion also will mark Dr. Au-
gust's 79th birthday, which
was celebrated May 10.
A pioneer in the field of
psychiatric medicine, Dr.
August also is among the Zi-
onist leaders who were in
the front ranks in the
struggle to end Jewish
homelessness in pre-Irael
years.

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He and his brother-in-law,
the late Simon Shetzer,
were active jointly in the Zi-
onist Organization of De-
trOit which they served as
presidents.
The Augusts are also at-
tending the meetings of the
International Psycho-
analytic Association conven-
tion in Jerusalem during
their fifth trip to Israel.
Mrs. August is the former
Helen Shetzer.
Dr. August is professor
emeritus of psychiatry at
Wayne State University

School of Medicine. He was
a clinical professor at the
school from 1926-1969.

He has served on the
staffs or as a consultant at
Sinai Hospital, at the North
End Clinic and Children's

Dr. Harvey E. Williams.
a dematologist of Scotts-
dale, Ariz., son of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Williams of
Detroit, conducted the first
skin cancer detection clinic
in Arizona last April in a
shopping mall in Mesa.
Dr. Williams found that
skin cancer was prevalent
in 90 percent of the people
over age 50. He observed
that states such as Arizona.
Florida and California—
where there have been no
skin - cancer clinics—have
the highest incidents of skin
cancer.
Skin cancer can be cured
100 percent if the disease is

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Center, Receiving Hospital,
Wayne County Juvenile
Court Clinic, Merrill Pal-
mer School, Veterans Ad-
ministration Mental Hy-
giene Clinic, Lafayette Clin-
ic and the Michigan Psycho-
analytic Institute.

He served on the Mich-
igan Mental Health Commis-
sion and is a past president
of the Michigan Society of
Neurology and Psychiatry
and the Michigan PSA In

Bond Leader Sees New Mood of Optimism
at Recent Leadership Conference in Israel

DR. HARRY AUGUST

Former Detroiter Gives Advice
on Skin Cancer to Arizonians

WE OUTSHINE OUR COMPETITION

128
S. Woodward

irth ay With Dedication of JNF Forest

spotted early and proper
treatment is sought. accord-
ing to Dr. Williams. The
three important symptoms
of skin cancer are: any new
growth (any lump or bump
on or beneath the surface
of the skin). a sore that
does not heal, a change in a
mole. Dr. Williams also rec-
ommends running a hand
over the face, arms and
hands. Any tiny scaly dry
patch or lump found should
be investigated.
Dr. Williams warns
against sun tanning, which
he calls "a person's worst
enemy," since it encour-
ages premature aging of
the skin, takes out the
skin's elasticity, thickens
the skin and causes sun
sores, which are all pre-
cursors to skin cancer.
Dr. Williams encourages
wearing light-colored cloth-
ing to reflect the sun's
rays, a wide brimmed hat
and the application of sun
screens to the skin.

David B. Holtzman, co-
chairman of the Metropol-
itan Detroit State of Israel
Bond executive committee,
has returned from a visit to
Israel as a participant in
the national Israel Bond
Leadership Conference with
encouragement for those
Americans concerned about
Israel's spirit.
"I found the Israelis,
from the man on the street
to the highest government
officials, generally optornis-
tic about the future," Holtz-
man said. "It is a change
from attitudes they dis-
played to me on prior

visits.

"In spite of their prob-
lems, they seemed to have
a new and positive aspect
to life, counting their bless-
ings, confident of their lead-

,

Begin; Holtzman
ership. I believe the cause
is definitely due to the
change of government."
Holtzman met with Israel
President Ephraim Katzir,
Minister of Finance Simha

Schwartz to Head Round Table Event

Alan E. Schwartz, a sen-
ior partner of the law firm
of Honigman Miller
Schwartz and Cohn, has
been appointed general
chairman for the 1977 Broth-
erhood Banquet of the
Greater Detroit Round
Table of the National Con-
ference of Christians and
Jews.
The event will be held
Dec. 7 at Cobo Hall, to en-

ALAN E. SCHWARTZ

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that took months of advance plan-
ning. A tremendous collection of news mak-
ing furs ... including today's fashionable contempo-
, rary coats . . . each tagged at preseason lows for pre-
' season savings.

If you've dreamed of owning a fine fur but never:
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Thursday until 8:30

Ehrlich, Finance Ministry
officials, Minister of
Energy and Infrastructive
Yitzhak Modai, Minister of
Defense Ezer Weizman, Is-
rael Defense Forces C'
of Staff Lt. General N.._
dechai Gur, Air Force Com-
mander Major General Ben-
jamin Peled and Prime Min-
ister Begin.
"All the ministers I spoke
with displayed a sense of
loyalty and support of
Begin," said Holtzman. "Al-
though it is too soon to see
actual changes in Israel's
economic and political fu-
ture, the hope is there,
based on Begin's program,
which includes a more con-
servative budget, more in-
ternal policing of govern-
ment and easier opportu-
nities for foreign investors".

list business and commu-
nity leaders in support of
the Round Table's year-
round program to build un-
derstanding and coopera-
tion among metropolitan De-
troiters 'of , different reli-
gious and racial back-
grounds.
NCCJ's annual human re-
lations award to "out-
standing business lead-
ership," will be presented
at the dinner. Announce-
ment of the 1977 honoree
will be made in the fall.

Couples Elect
New Officers

Officers recently elected
to the Mr. and Mrs. Club of
Cong. Beth Achim are:
Mrs. Jerome Beale, presi-
dent; Mrs. Michael Beresh,
vice president; Mrs. Gerald
Keller, Joseph Burnstein,
secretaries; Ralph Katz,
treasurer. Rabbi Milton
Arm officiated at the instal-
lation of officers.
The club will next meet
Sept. 28, and Oct. 8 the club
will hold an Israeli night at
the synagogue.
Activities are open to all
married couples and mem-
bership at Beth Achim is
not required.
For information, call
Mrs. Beale, 352-6534 or Mrs.
Katz, 557-2393.

Activities
in Society

Local women attending
the national convention of
Hadassah in New York, Sun-
day through Wednesday, in-
clude: Mesdames Oscar
Kramer, Metropolitan De-
troit Chapter president, Rus-
sell Meskin, Saul Saulson,
Emery Klein. Michael
Usdan, Jerome Kaufman,
Albert Newman, Charles
Snider. Asher Buchalter,
Allen Kraft, David Rose-
nblatt. Oscar Band and Reu-
ben Bienstock.

Ping-Pong
Benefit Played

Four 15-year-old West
Bloomfield youths, David
Lichtman, Atom Cooper,
Jay Lubin and Bobby
Hirsch, began a 48-hour con-
tinuous ping-pong marathon
at the Orchard Mall noon
Thursday to raise money
for the muscular dystrophy
campaign.
To make pledges, forms
may be filled out at the
mall, or call the mall of-
fice, 851-7727 or Sue Rob-
erts, 851-7727 or John'
O'Rourke at the muscular
dystrophy office, 399-8800.

Seniors to Mee.

The Senior Adult Com.–
of the Jewish Community
Center will hold a luncheon
noon Aug. 26 at the 10 Mile
branch. There is a charge.
For information, call
Blanche Lipshaw, 557-0944.
At 1 p.m., following the
luncheon, Detroit attorney
Louis E. Barden will speak
on Jewish humor. The pub-
lic is invited at no charge.

He who is engaged in
work causes the divine pres-
ence to dwell upon Israel.
—Aboth De Rabbi Nathan

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