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July 07, 1961 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-07-07

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Colmans Meet President Ben-Zvi
on UJA Israel Leadership Mission

Honor Mrs. Farkus
Upon Retirement; Was
Foster Mother of 28

Berland-Forty er
E~l grgemnent Told

rid"
Activities

Mrs. John Farkus, a foster
mother for 32 years, has retired,
according to an announcement
SALLY ANN TUCKER
by Max M. Shaye, president of
CHAPTER, Bnai Brith Young
the Jewish Family and Chil-
Women, invites the public to a
dien's Service. During this long
car wash 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sun-
period Mrs. Farkus provided a
day at the gas station on Wyom-
home for 28 children, wards of
ing at Curtis.
the JFCS.
To honor Mrs. Farkus on the
occasion of her retirement the
agency board presented her
with a gift and a citation laud-
ing her for her "career of devo-
tion and unselfish efforts on
behalf of the community's
homeless children."
Mrs. Farkus also received a
citation from the City of De-
troit, signed by Mayor Louis C.
Miriani, and presented by Rev.
DETROITERS MR. AND MRS. ALBERT M. COLMAN are Paul A. Hickey, chairman of the
MISS DINAH BERLAND
shown as they were greeted by President Itzhak Ben-Zvi of
Committee for Foster Children,
Mr.
and Mrs. J
Berland
Israel at a reception last month for the 140 members of the an inter-agency, community-
United Jewish Appeal's Young Leadership Mission to Israel
,
is., an
wide group engaged in recruit- of Mil'
and Europe. Standing at the President's right is Rabbi Herbert ing foster homes.
the
gement of
aug
A. Friedman, UJA executive vice chairman. In the foreground
inah S'ue, arvin Mark
is Colonel Yosef Carmel, aide de camp to the president. A
ortner, son of Mr. and Mrs.
leading Detroit attorney and civic figure, Colman numbers
Harry Portner, 18 30 Santa
among the important posts he has held that of chairman of the
Rosa.
Bausch &
Legal Committee of the Michigan Bnai Brith Anti-Defamation
Dr. Samuel B. Danto,.
25
Miss e
League, State Judge Advocate of the Jewish War Veterans
d
in
Hendrie, Huntington W o d s, the Co ge o c
and UJA Division chairman.
APand
past master of PERFE ION Desig at
University of
,LODGE, F & A.M., and reas- Michi n. er fiance is a
urer for the past 13. yea
Report $12,500,000
s cal st dent at the
sity
The most distinguished
given a life mem
Michigan
1 receive
Half-Year Growth for Sid Shmarak's
June 28. This
e was
name in Sun Glasses
une, 1962. He is
founded b
her, Louis affih ed with Phi Delta Epsi-
Standard Federal
Danto
o as t econd lon,
Walter J. L. Ray, president
u Delta Phi, and Phi
ma
and also a life member. Beta
Visit With the Lattin's
of Standard Federal Savings
ppa.
to,
who
will
be
62
in
Au
AT
and Loan Association, reports
st, has devoted every Wed-
DOROTHY FARBER (Gold-
"Thus far, 1961 has been an
QUALITY
unusually good year for the sav- berg) recently announced her a nesday to the causes of Masonry-
JEWELERS
at Perfectio od
sociation with Mabel's . Tea Ro
ings and loan business.
Dr. Bruce
at 13031 W. 7 - Mile Rd., n
729-131 W. NINE MILE ROAD
"Our net increase in assets Outer Dr. The restaurant,
a member,
FERNDALE 20, MICHIGAN
of more than $12,500,000 is the called the MAY-DOT
with his
LI 2 2110
largest in the first six months TAURANT, features busin
is a c
membe
Open: Thurs., Fri. to 9
of any year in our history. Em- men's luncheons, full course
ple Israel.
ployed families have tended to ners, evening snacks and is
have more of their incomes than troducing a smorg-a-style brunt
customary because of uncertain on Sundays to be served from
CASH AND CARRY
economic conditions, and as a 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. New
result our savings accounts hours are, Monday through. Thurs-
show an increase of nearly day, 'til midnight, and Friday,
$9,000,000.
Saturday • and Sunday 'til 2:30
"Our liquidity position has
* * •
been improVed by this sUbstan-
tial inflow of funds, and cur:
IcATZ'S DELICATES S EN in
SUNDAY, JULY 9 THRU THURSDAY, JULY 13
rently 17% of our aSsets are in Oak Park, announces the addi-
cash on hand or in banks, gov- tion of George Fink, formerly
ernment bonds, or F e d e r al of Ben & George Delicatessen
agency obligations." - -
on Dexter, to its staff. Featur-
Standard F e d e r al Savings ing products by. Vienna-Wilno
paid accounts holders more than and United Dairies, Katz's is

$2,770,000 in dividends on June open daily and Sunday from 6
30, the largest amount in any a.m. to 1 a.m. and Saturdays
six months in its history.
until 2 a.m. It is located at
Commenting on Standard Fed-
13731 "Nine Mile; two blocks
eral Savings mortgage lending east of Coolidge.
operation, Ray pointed out that
the Association continued to re-
cord more mortgages on homes Architects Nam
in Wayne County than any
other lending institution. Stand- for New Scho
ard Federal's mort oan
The Detroit Boar of E
portfolio now
tion has named
architect
than .18,50
firms to design n
schools un
$151,870
der the current
e"--year $90
rider Strict Sup
Stan
ion of the
ederal Savings
000,000 construed
program.
has
than 64,000
-Included ar
Detroit Co
almer
and
of
Orthodox
acco
Sta dard
Schoettley . Associ
, for the
ing•s Detr
Rabb'
and Members of
Fred M. Butzel
'or High
of
e nati. '-
ngs School, at Van Dyke a
Jewish
Community
Council.
a
loan a o
Herman and Simons, for the
Scripps Elementary School re-
placement, at Hurlbut, Vernor,
THE SEAL IS YOUR PROTECTION !
Bewick and Kercheval; Louis
Redstone Architects, Inc., for the
Alexander Graham Bell Element-
SUNDAY ONLY SUPER SPECIAL !
ary School, at Townsend, Goethe,
Baldwin and Charlevoix; and the
Redstone company, also, for the
Julian H. Krolik Elementary
School, at Cadillac, Forest, Hurl-
but and Canfield.

IM en's Club

Business Briefs

eldon Rott

.

-

SPECIALS THIS WEEK

AT KOSHER MEAT MARKETS DISPLAYING

THIS SEAL

Ground Meat 3Ecp`ii3O$

Ben Levinson Gets
Award from NAACP

Ben Levinson, president of the
Franklin Mortgage Corporation,
received a special citation from
the Detroit Branch of the Na-
tional Association for the Ad-
vancement of Colored People.
The selection was made by the.
Association's 1961 Awards Com-
mittee.'for .his "distinguished
service in support of equality of
opportunity and the NAACP it-
self." •
Levinson and others were hon-
ored at the Branch Annual
Awards Night held June 30.

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