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June 01, 1979 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-06-01

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20 Friday, June 1, 1919

Experienced

BAAL T`PHILA

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High Holidays
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

At the time of the .1947
partition resolution, the
only country in the Middle
East which actively sup-
ported the creation of a
Palestinian Arab state was

Tanzman's Aid to Retarded
Recalled on 80th Birthday

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Anna Tanzman presents her husband, Joseph,
with an album and plaque on the occasion of his 80th
birthday and in recognition of his service to the Asso-
ciation for the Jewish Retarded.

The Association for the
Jewish Retarded had an
important share in Joseph
Tanzman's recent 80th
birthday.
The association, of which
Tanzman was the first
president, was named the
recipient of a special fund
established by his relatives
and friends. The fund was
announced at a celebration
held in Tanzman's honor for
69 friends and family mem-
bers.
Joining Tanzman and his
wife Anna were their chil-
dren, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold

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At a meeting of parents
held in 1965, Tanzman:• vol-
unteered to lead a new
organization to aid retarded
persons, the Parents As-
sociation for Jewish Resi- -
dential Care. After his
presidency, he served as
treasurer for many years
and continues to serve on
the board of the organiza-
tion, renamed the Associa-
tion for the Jewish Retarded
to reflect the expanded
membership.

Tanzman, who was born
in Warsaw, arrived in the
U.S. at age 4 and spent his
early years in New York.

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(Marcia) Tanzman and Mr.
and Mrs. Paul (Elaine)
Russman; and seven
grandchildren. The latter
read - messages from
President and Mrs. Jimmy
Carter, Israel Prime Minis-
ter Menahem Begin, U.S.
Sens. Carl Levin and
Donald Riegle, Gov.
William G. Milliken and
other local and state offi-
cials.
In presenting an album
and accompanying
plaque to mark the occa-
sion, the senior Mrs.
Tanzman noted her hus-
band's involvement with
the association from its
beginnings in the 1960s.
That involvement began
when the Tanzmans' son
Bud, who was retarded,
joined the Jewish Commu-
nity Center Thursday Night
Group. Participants in the
program, subsidized by the
Northwest Child Rescue
Women, engaged in super-
vised social and rec-
reational activities at the
Meyers Road building.

• Jewelry repair on
premises

• Watch repair

With his wife Anna,
whom he married in
Rochester,-.. N.Y.,
Tanzman moved to De-
troit in 1927. Having
owned and operated a
grocery store in New
York, they turned to the
dry goods business • and
operated several stores
in the metropolitan area
until 1967.
From 1958 to 1967, they
owned and operated Small
Folks, a children's store on
Campbell near 12 Mile Rd.
in Madison Heights.

Morris Abram of Cardozo
Law School to Address
Yeshiva U. Dinner Here

Morris Abram, nationally
prominent Jewish leader,
chairman of the board of the
Cardozo Law School of
Yeshiva University, will be
the guest speaker at the
Yeshiva University dinner,
June 13, at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek.
Announcing the guest
speaker, Mandell Berman,
dinner chairman, said that
Abram's acceptance of the
invitation to speak here is
an additional tribute to the
dinner honorees, Irwin and
Sadie Cohn, whose com-
munarroles embrace scores
of causes that have been
their special concern. "The
Cohns' interest in advanced
Jewish education gives this
event, the honorees and the
guest speaker special em-
phasis," he added.
Abram was a major in
the U.S. Air Force and
served on the prosecut-
ing staff at the Nurem-
berg war crimes trials.
He was a senior adviser
to the U.S. Mission to the
United Nations, a
member of the National
Advisory Council on
Economic Opportunity
and the first general
counsel to the Peace
Corps.
* *

MORRIS ABRAM

He is also a past president
of Brandeis UniVersity and
the American Jewish
Committee. Abram has
served as chairman of the
Cardozo board since the
school was founded three
years ago.

Abram will present the
Yeshiva University Heri-
tage Award to the Cohns,
acknowledging their "vol-
untary leadership."
The Detroit Friends of
Yeshiva University -are
sponsoring the event, which
will benefit the educational
and community service_pro-
grams of the university.
*

Yeshiva U. Is Acclaimed
as Leader in Research of
Cancer, Mental Retardation

Ranking 21st among the Theological Seminary,
nation's top 100 colleges Erna Michael College of
and universities receiving Judaic Studies, James Str-
the largest amounts of Fed- iar School of General
eral funding, Yeshiva Uni- Jewish Studies and a
versity is poitrayed, in re- yeshiva program.
quests for continued sup-
Also, a kollel for ad-
port by Metropolitan De- vanced research in rab-
troit- Jewry, as a leader in binics, the Gruss Institute
cancer and mental retarda- in JeruSalern, the Yeshiva
tion research.
University high school for
The causes and cures for boys and the high school for
cancer are being pursued at girls and the Yeshiva Uni-
the $8.5 million Chanin In- versity of Los Angeles.
stitute for Cancer Research
With centers of learning
at the university. The Rose in this country and
Kennedy Center for Re- Jerusalem, Yeshiva Uni-
search in Mental Retarda- versity has the following
tion and Human Deelop- four major teaching centers
ment has been a leader in its , in New York: Main, Brook-
_ field.
dale, Midtown_ and Bronx.
In addition, the Yeshiva
* * *
University has on-going re-
search programs in the
fields of hearing deficien-
cies, Holocaust studies,
electronics, gerontology,
•NEW YORK — U.S. Sen-
solar energy, rabbinic re-
sponsa in conjunction with ator Donald W. Riegle, Jr.
(D-Mich.) will be the fea-
Israel's Bar-Ilan Univer-
sity, handicapped children, tured speaker at a Yeshiva
University convocation and
particle physics, statistical
dinner honoring Thomas A.
mechanics and diabetes.
With Einstein College Murphy, chairman and
of Medicine as a leader in chief executive officer of
the medical field, Yeshiva General Motors Corp., June
University functions in 12 at the New York Hilton
Hotel..
the following schools and
Irving S. Shapiro, chair-
affiliates:
man and chief executive of
Yeshiva College, Stern
the Du Pont CO., is general
College for Women,
chairman of the dinner.
Teachers Institute for
Murphy will receive an
Women, Bernard Revel
honorary degree and the
Graduate School,
university's Distinguished
Wurzweiler School of Social
Service Award "for his
Work, Ferkauf Graduate
exemplary civic leadership
School, Benjamin N. Car-
and efforts toward further-
dozo School of Law, the ' ing the goals of higher edu-
Rabbi Isaac Elchanin
cation."

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Riegle to Speak
at Murphy Event
for Yeshiva U.

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