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December 07, 1979 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-12-07

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Friday, December 1, 1919 33

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Nursing Offered at Stern College

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

LOOKING BACK on
Columns Of Yesteryears...
JULY 9, 1948... "At the
closing dinner of the Allied
Jewish Campaign, folks
were allowed an opportu-
nity to offer special gifts in
honor of others ... Ad man
Leonard Simons gave a gift
in honor of his future son a-
in-law ... Leonard has two
daughters . . . 15 and 11
years old respectively."
AUG. 31, 1962 ... "Iry
Ritten, Knights of Pythias,
Detroit Lodge No. 55
member, made a beautiful-
looking suggestion box to
hang in the Castle Hall ...
Only one thing was missing
... It's nailed firmly to the
wall ... and there's no way
to get the suggestions out!"
FEB..14, 1969 ... "Bar-
rister Joe Shulman tells
about the fellow arrested for
speeding and standing be-
fore the traffic judge, who
asked him if he had an alibi
for his action ... 'Yes, your
honor, my wife's organiza-
tion is having a rummage
sale and I was hurrying
home to save, some of my
clothes.' "
APRIL 30, 1965 . . .
"Great ambition of Dr.
Louis F. Heyman has been
to have a chauffeur drive
him as he makes his hospi-
tal rounds and house calls
throughout the day . . .
Being an unassuming per-
son, Lou has never pursued
this thought further for fear
of what people would say . . .
But it always lingered in
the back of his mind while
driving his many miles a
day .
"Last week, 100 guests
helped celebrate a surprise
birthday party for Lou's
40th at home of Marion and
George Feuerman . After
the guests had enjoyed
cocktails and hors
d'oeuvres, what usually fol-
lows at a surprise birthday
party, the opening of gifts,
never came about since the
invitation gave a strict
notice of no gifts . . . How-
ever, wife Eleanor was not
to be denied this pleasure
... and since material
things are meaningless to
Lou, what to give him put
Eleanor in a dilemma ..
"Suddenly, like a bolt out
of the blue came a brilliant
thought . . . The night of the
party he read aloud to the
guests a poem cleverly com-
posed by Eleanor to Lou ...
Then everyone went into
the family room where a
huge box was standing .. .
carefully opened it with
furled eyebrows ... and out
bounced a 190-pound
human being in full-dress
uniform ... a live honest-
to-goodness chauffeur .. .
Eleanor's birthday gift to
Lou for one full week!"
MAY 14,1965 . "Elliott
Siegel, 16-year-old son of
Dr. Henry and Rosemarie
Siegel, first had the show
biz bug at age of eight, when
his mother let him smell

greasepaint backstage at a
show she was in for Hadas-
sah ... Eight years later,
history repeats itself some-
what ... Last Tuesday at
Temple Israel, Elliott
wrote, directed and pro-
duced the temple youth
group's musical revue,
"That's Entertainment."
JUNE 4, 1965 ... ..Ar-
nold Aisen, bossman at Hol-
lywood Mirror Gallery in
the Green-Eight Center,
still doesn't believe it ....
Truck pulled in back with
load of mirrors for him to
display ... and he watched
in horror as the dolly broke,
crashing the huge box to the
cement below ... Arnie
opened it to see what was
left ... Not a single one was
broken!"
"Interior decorators take
note . . . Ruthe and Yale
Kaliff` s apartment on
Monte Vista has a lavender
piano, one black wall and
red carpeting . . . Can you
top this?"
"Irving Meltzer and wife
Marilyn, former Detroiters,
came back to the home town
for a visit recently, after 12
years away, to say hello to
Uncle Sam Boesky and
cousin Bernard at Darbys
. . . Irving has the 'Roarin
'20s' in Cape Kennedy,
where he is used to seeing
rockets all day and is a
friend of all the astronauts
. Remember all that hul-
labaloo about a corned beef
sandwich being found in
Young and Grissom's Ge-
mini rocket? ... They got it
from Irving ... and it be-
came the first corned beef
sandwich to find its way
into space!"

NEW YORK — A new
upper-division nursing pro-
gram, strengthened educa-
tional programs and special
activities that continue to
attract students from
throughout the nation and
the world, are among high-
lights of the 25th anniver-
sary year of Yeshiva Uni-
versity's Stern College for
Women, the nation's first,
college of liberal arts and
sciences for women under
Jewish sponsorship.
The New York State
Board of Regents has ap-
proved the establishment of
a nursing program at Stern
College which leads to the

No matter what the an-
ticipated result, there will
always be someone eager to
(a) misinterpret it, (b) fake
it, or (c) believe it happened
to his own pet theory.
— Finagle

Bachelor of Science degree.
The program is open to
qualified registered nurses
who are graduates of
hospital-based diploma or
associate degree nursing
programs.
It also allows students at
Stern to take their first two
years of study at Beth Israel
Hospital and Medical Cen-
ter in Manhattan, the major
clinical agency for the pro-
gram, and then continue at
the college for completion of
the BS degree in nursing.
The nursing program ad-
mitted its first students in
September.

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NEW YORK (JTA) — Ar-
ticles on the Arab in con-
temporary Hebrew litera-
ture, on Isaac Bashevis
Singer, on the holocaust
and on the American
Jewish novel are among the
19 articles in Volume 37 of
the Jewish Book Annual,
the tri-lingual American
yearbook published by the
Jewish Book Council of the
National Jewish Welfare
Board.

`Israel Slandered
in Belgium'

BRUSSELS (JTA) — Is-
rael's Ambassador to Bel-
gium, Itzhak Minerbi, ac-
cused Belgian information
media, especially the state-
controlled radio and televi-
sion networks of distorting
the truth and "systemati-
cally slandering Israel."

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