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August 31, 1979 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-08-31

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

CINDERELLA'S
CASTLE

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son, Michael David.

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Aug. 21 — To former De-
troiters Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Cohen (Fran Pfeffer) of
Chicago, Ill., a daughter,
Marlene Rochelle.

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Aug. 19 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Peter L. Rodgers (De-
nise M. Ohrenstein) of Hun-
tington Woods, a son, Theo-
dore Mendel. •

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Formerly dean of the Lit-
erature, Science and Arts
College at the University of
Michigan, Dr. Habor is a
nationally-known econo-
mist and labor negotiations
arbitrator.
First exposed to ORT dur-
ing a stint as adviser to Gen.
Lucius Clay in post-war
Germany, Dr. Haber did
much to aid the cause of dis-
placed Jews. Upon return-
ing to the U.S., Dr. Haber
popularized the work of
ORT in this country.

the Yiddish Culture
mmittee of the Jewish
_mmunity Center will
hold a program in obser-
vance of the 10th anniver-
sary of the death of the Yid-
dish poet Itzik Manger 3
p.m. Sept. 16 at the 10 Mile
Jewish Center, Room 13.

Drs. Leo and Maurice
Croll will be tendered a
luncheon noon Wednesday
at the Detroit Golf Club "in
recognition of their gener-
ous gift of their former office
building to Grace Hospital."
Dr. Leo Croll, former
chief of the eye department
at Grace Hospital, has been
on the staff for more than 40
years. Dr. Maurice Croll, a
professor of ophthalmology
at Wayne State University,
has served on the hospital's
staff for many years.
The building donated by
the physicians is located at
Seven Mile and Meyers
Roads, has been named the
Grace Family Health Cen-
ter.

Teiler will
Mor
speak cm '"--Itzik Manger, His
Life and Works" Sarah
Friedman will recite Man-
ger's poems. Moshe Nobel
is the chairman of the after-
noon.

Admission is free.

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Ruth Eisenberg, Max
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National, State Leaders Head
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National Jewish leaders
and a cross section of distin-
guished Michigan per-
sonalities have joined the
committee planning the tes-
timonial dinner honoring
Dr. William Haber on his
80th birthday.
The nationally planned
event, scheduled for Mon-
day evening, Oct. 15, at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek, also
will commemorate the
100th anniversary of ORT.
The testimonial dinner
committee includes: David
B. Hermelin and Irving

Friday, August 31, 1919 41

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