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June 17, 1988 - Image 60

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-06-17

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Hadassah Cites Newman
In Behalf Of Bonds

For the first time in its
history of annual tribute
events held on behalf of State
of Israel Bonds, the Greater
Detrit Chapter of Hadassah
will pay tribute to a male.
Albert Newman, a
Hadassah Associate, will be
the guest of honor at the
Hadassah Israel Bond tribute
dinner to be held 6 p.m. July
19 at Knollwood Country
Club.
Chairing the event will be
Leah Snider, who stated that
Hadassah invites all its
members and associates, and
their spouses and friends, to
share in the tribute.
Newman, a leader in
Hadassah philanthropies and
service and, with his wife
Phyllis, a pace-setter in the
Israel Bond campaign, will
receive the State of Israel's
"Ben-Gurion Award!"
Newman also is a member
of the international board of
governors for the Technion, is
on the board of the Jewish
Home for Aged and is a
member of Congregation
Shaarey Zedek.
He also is a past board
member of United Hebrew
Schools, a past president of
B'nai B'rith Marshall Subur-
ban (now Marshall Suburban
Tikvah) Lodge, and is the In-
dustrial and Automotive Divi-
sion's past co-chairman for
the Allied Jewish Campaign.

Albert Newman
Newman is the founder of
the "Hear Oh Israel" project
which began in 1985 at the
Hadassah Hospital in Israel.
With the aim of helping the
needy elderly hearing-
impaired of Israel to return to
the mainstream of life,
Newman collects used hear-
ing aids and has them recon-
ditioned at no cost to
Hadassah or to the recipients.
He has provided 450 of these
hearing aids to Hadassah
Hospital, personally deliver-
ing many of them himself.
Additionally, the Newmans
have endowed a program at
the hospital's Speech and
Hearing Center which tests
newborns for possible hearing
problems.
For tribute dinner reserva-
tions, call State of Israel
Bonds, 557-2900.

Family Educator Due
For JARC Annual Meeting

Family and sex educator,
Dr. Sol Gordon, will address
the annual meeting of the
Jewish Association for
Retarded Citizens on Thurs-
day at Congregation Beth
Abraham Hillel Moses at 7:30
p.m.
Since receiving his Ph.D.
degree in psychology from the
University of London
(England) in 1953, Dr. Gordon
has taught at Yeshiva Univer-
sity, and was professor of child
and family studies at
Syracuse University. He was
founder and director of the In-
stitute for Family Research
and Education, also at
Syracuse, where he is current-
ly professor emeritus.
As a clinical psychologist
and sex educator, he has
published 100 articles in pro-
fessional journals, written 15
books and received many
scholarly awards.
His books include "When
Living Hurts," "One Miracle
at a Time — Understanding

Dr. Sol Gordon

Your Disabled Child," and
"Raising Your Child Conser-
vatively in a Sexually Per-
missive World!'
Dr. Gordon will speak on
"Self-Esteem — Key to In-
dependence" at the JARC
meeting. The public is in-
vited. There is no charge. A
sign language interpreter
will be available.

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