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November 04, 1960 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-11-04

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THE DETROIT JE WISH NEWS — Friday, November 4, 1960 ' — 26

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Bnai Brith Women Climax Annua
Drive; Ames Brothers Featured

Pioneer Women Slate Students
November Activities; Mid-Ea
Talks, Rally Featured
A we

ement
• dships

The thing this country really
eeds is a system of control for
uble talk.

• to Israel's new
will be extended at
The Education Department of neighb
the Detroit Council of Pioneer 'an info al "Afro-Asian Night"
LAMP SHADES
Women has announced a sched- eve
m ., Nov 19, at
e n i e Appel's
ule of events for the month of Mary
by IDA ROSE
on-
November, including popular ho
ews
Formerly
Ida's of Grand Ave.
ni
speakers, education activities sor
and the coming pre-donor _rally. Or
• Shades Custom Made
The Council Book Review
ri-
-be
ecial gu
• Repa i red
Group today heard Mrs. Harry ca Asian an ew Isra
stu-
Mondry discuss Jan DeHertog's
niver-
• Recovered
is at Wayne State
• Relined
"The Inspector" at a meeting si
i t y of
and the U n i v
held at the home of Mrs. Frank
PICKUP & DELIVERY SERVICE
embers of
oit. Friends an
Wasser.
attend. For
SZ are invited
A discussion on the Civil
DI 1-1000
Dorothy Fein-
ion
fo
Rights Commission will
ko
10.
sented by its-executiv
attorney Robert H
a
monthly m e
g of the
Council's Le
Ve Committee
Tuesday
h ibrary of the
Hayim
enberg Center. Guests
are in ed.
Joseph Wyzan, vice #ire -
ide
of education, anno
cl es begin this wee
attiring Many Exhibits of Fine, Rare, Collector
a ners and int r
in
ems
of Art Glass, Furniture, Bric-a-brac, Oriental
in-
brew inst cti
Tho
rested, call I
Rugs and Paintings.
Mrs. Clara eff,
al pre
ent of Pion, r W n, will
Appraisals and Liquidations
est speake “t Detroit
ally
's annual re-donor
18400 WOODWARD AVE. TO 9-2120
ayim
p.m. No 16 at t
8
OPEN DAILY 9;30 to 6; FRIDAY TO 9
berg Center, • was an-
G
by Pre • nt Mrs. Sam
nou
Wasse

Heritage
Antique Galleries

Mrs. Gustaf Hertz of Pisgah Chapter, Bnai Brith Women,
is shown presenting a knitted afghan to a veteran at the
Veterans Hospital in Dearborn. Bnai Brith Women has a com-
prehensive volunteer program designed to provide. aid and
comfort to veterans.

-

* *

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Metropolitan Detroit Bnai Brith many fields of service, including
Women's Council announces it Northville State Hospital and
has neared its goal of $100,000 in Pontiac State Hospital.
its fund-raising campaign which
"The women continue to serv-
will be climaxed with its biggest ice the disabled and hospitalized
annual event Nov. 15 and 16 at veterans at Dearborn and U.S.
Ford Auditorium.
Public Health Hospital. Our
Featured will be the Ames women have donated 55 afghans
Brothers, popular nightclub en- and 270 pairs of scuffies as well
tertainers and recording artists; as cigarettes, comfort items,
Emil Cohen, American-Jewish books, games, etc. in one year.
humorist; and the renowned
"They have served the Cancer
dance team of Brascia and Tybee. Foundation and are now operat-
Reservations are still available, ing a Volunteer Mobile Unit to
according to Mrs. Harry R. Bod- convey indigent cancer patients'
zin, general chairman. For ac- to and from various_ treatment
commodations, call Mrs. Eugene centers. In 1949 Bnai. Brith
Perlstein, LI 7-2896, or Mrs. Ar- women entered a new field of
thur Weisberg, EL 7-2622.
service to their members and
The event will climax months immediate families. The blood
of team work of the 7,000 women bank was established to work like
in the Detroit Council. Presi- any regular bank account.
dent Mrs. Sidney Eidelman
"The newest program of The
enumerated the organization's ADL is the Dolls for Democracy,
many activities which will bene- a program geared to help get
fit from the proceeds of the long across the ideals basic to the
campaign.
American way of life. Volunteers
"Leo N. Levi Memorial Hospi- go into the classrooms.
"These are just some of the
tal, opened its doors to the desti-
tute crippled of our nation over programs of the Bnai Brith
44 years ago. This unique institu- Women."
tion is dedicated exclusively to
the free treatment of those who
are suffering from crippling
arthritis and 'the many kindred
diseases. The hospital is free,
RIS COHEN
SOL YET
National and non-sectarian.
LADIES AU
Y "will meet
"National Jewish Hospital in Monday ev
t the JW
Denver, has treated Over 45,000 Memo
ostesses 1
men women and children of all be F
u and Shi
faiths from every section in the
uxiliary an
k.
United States. This hospital i
the patients
11 se
a pioneer in the fight agai
Hospital
attle k Vet
tuberculosis.
e asked
Nov. 0. Mem
edition
ing ties,
"Bellefaire, Bnai Bri
gifts f
and othe
philanthropy was o r
atients.
distribution to
founded as a home for
Ann R
inform
orphans during the
an, KE 5-
hospit
and has been changed to s
emotionally disturbed and
T. ROY GREEN
adjusted children. It is 16c
will m t Thurs'
in Cleveland, Ohio.
of Mrs. Sam
"Bnai Brith Youth Organiza- ho
•si-
tion, gives our children the War Ave., anno
. Ben
. Jerry
opportunity of additional social dent
sident,
and educational facilities. They Herma , junior
g me
have four major goals, Judaism, will report on
eld No .
Democracy, Community Service bership party
oom. The
and Creative Leisure Time Ex- 14 at Mabe '
will service
periencg. The Bnai Brith Youth Auxiliary
eek Veteran
services three International the Battle
Youth organizations, AZA, serv- pital on
ing boys from 14-20 years of
ORTON
Sgt.
age; BBG, serving girls 14-18
XILIAR
or in high school; and BBYA, MA
eeting 8:
serving young adults from 19-26. 4pc •
at the ho
There are 48 chapters in Detroit.
Glassman,
"There are over 250 Hill
re
Oak Park. M'
w
Foundations on the campuses
for
to bring the
universities in the United States urg
held
inter Ball," t
and more than 150,000 young the
or ad
7
at
Cobo
Hal
Dec
people avail themselves of the
and tickets, all Mrs.
meeting place, which offers them blan
3.
ane, VE 8-
cultural, religious and social pro- Irvin
gramming.
.. r to Review
"The Bnai Brith Center and Moish
Social Service at Rochester, `Rain King' at Institute
Minn., sees each year more than
Moishe Haar, director of the
30,000 people of Jewish Faith
at the world-famous Mayo Clinic. Sholem Aleichem Institute, will
A Rabbi is always present. There discuss Saul Bellow and his
is 'a Bnai Brith desk in Mayo latest book, "Henderson, the
Clinic staffed by social workers. Rain King," 9 p.m. today at the
"Our women locally work in Institute. The public is invited.

JWV Activities

METROPOLITAN DETROIT
BNAI BRITH WOMEN'S COUNCIL

Proudly Presents

THE

AMES

OTHE

Ed,
d Joe
ene

Outstanding TV and Recording Stars

Al Semola, Musical Director .

4-4, * L Afwgr-.:

Presenting

The Incomparable

BRASCIA and TYBEE

EMIL COHEN

America's most

The nation's foremost

American - Jewish Humorist

exciting dance

team

FORD AUDITORIUM
DETROIT CIVIC CENTER

Ample Parking

Mrs. Harry R. Bodzin, Gen. Chair.
Mrs. Sidney Eidel,man, Pres.
LI 7-2896
Mrs. Eugene Perlstein
For
EL
7-2622
Mrs. Arthur Weisberg
Reservations Call

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