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September 14, 1962 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-09-14

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Bnai Brith Activities

DONALD FOX CHAPTER
will open the fall season with
its annual luncheon 12:30 p.m.
Tuesday at Federal's Depart-
ment Store Auditorium. Mem-
bers are urged to bring friends
and neighbors. Games and prizes
are planned. For tickets, call
Ethel Fox, UN 4-5697.
* * *
ALBERT D. TUCKER CHAP-
TER will hold its annual fashion
show 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
Oak Park Community Center.
Hair fashions will be a special
feature. Refreshments will be
served. Guests are invited.
* * *
BUSINESS A N D PROFES-
SIONAL CHAPTER will meet
8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Jewish
Center. Dorothy Eizen will pre-
sent the program, "Let's Cele-
brate Our Bas Mitzvah," com-
memorating the 13th anniver-
sary of the Chapter. Past presi-
dents and longtime members
will be honored. Guest speaker
will be Helen Tack. Guests are
invited.
* * *
PISGAH CHAPTER will meet
8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Room 384,
Jewish Center, 18100 Meyers
Rd. Mrs. Harry Thav, president,
invites all members and friends
to see the movie, "The Chosen
People;" which will be pre-
sented. Guest speaker will be
Mrs. Samuel S. Aaron, past
chairman Michigan Regional
Advisory Board of A.D.L. Re-
freshments will be served.

Alfred H. Bounin, assisted by
Cantor Nicholas Fenakel of
Adas Shalom Synagogue. A spe-
cial tribute will be paid to Dr.
Victor Droock and Ben F. Gold-
man, past presidents of the
lodge. Rabbi Milton Arm of
Cong. Ahavas Achim will speak.
Leonard Edelman, president,
announces that members, fam-
ilies and friends are invited.
* * *

HENRY MORGENTHAU
LODGE Newsletter Editor, Phil
Rothschild was awarded first
prize in the District Six Bnai
Brith bulletin contest. The
award was made at the District
Six convention in Minneapolis,
Minn. by J. Farber, chairman of
the district press and publicity.

American Medical
Center Nurses Cited

Nurses at the American Medi-
cal Center at Denver dispense
whole-hearted cheerfulness along
with the daily
medication as
a vital part of
the total care
for cancer pa-
tients. This
the philosophy
which Bertha
J. Mosconi,
director of
nursing at the
free, nonsec-
tarian Jewish-
endowed hos-
p i t a 1, credits
* * *
for much of
PISGAH LODGE will pay tri- the success of Mrs. Mosconi
bute to its departed members of the hospital's cancer program.
the past year with a memorial
The nation's first dial-selec-
service 8:30 p.m. Monday, in
the main auditorium of the tor and monitoring system for
Labor Zionist Institute. The language learning is in oper-
Bnai,Brith memorial ritual will ation at the University of Michi-
be recited by Elias Goldberg and gan Language Laboratory.

Israel Finds Source
Of Labor in Blind

Israel is finding a new source
of labor drawn from a category
of persons who even naw, are
considered unemployable and a
liability in certain other coun-
tries: the blind.
Today, the man or woman
telephone operator taking your
message- when you call an Isra-
eli office or factory may be
sightless. The bi-lingual secre-
tary assigned to you when you
ask for someone to help with
your correspondence may also
be blind, and the skilled ma-
chinists who man Israel's pro-
duction lines certainly include
men and women whose inability
to see has not affected their
ability to perform on a par with
sighted co-workers.
The techniques that are help-
ing to produce this added labor
pool have been developed at the
Institute for the Blind in Jerus-
alem, v,hose director - ganeral,
Jacob Igra, is currently in the
United States on a mission for
the 60-year-old institution. Igra
makes his headquarters in the
offices of Keren-Or, Incorpo-
rated, 1133 Broadway, New
York, the support wing of the
Institute in the United States.

Kemper-Coleman
Engagement Told

.

Rho Pi Phi Holds
Cocktail Party

A cocktail party will be given
by Rho Pi. Phi. Pharmaceutical
Fraternity 9 p.m. Saturday at
the home of the Jerome Kel-
man's, 15331 Oakwood, Oak
Park: Those attending are re-
quested to call LI 8-8946.

For the HY Spot

Of Your Affair

Music by

Hy Herman

And His Orchestra

BR 2-5447

MISS ARLENE KEMPER

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kemper
of Savannah, Ga., announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Arlene, to Arnold Coleman of
Raleigh, N.C., son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Coleman of Santa
Barbara Dr.
Her fiance received his mas-
ter's degree from Wayne State
University. He is now employed
Jersey Jewish Center
with the State of North Carolina
in Raleigh.
Closes Due to Debts
A Dec. 30 wedding is planned
JERSEY CITY, N.J., (JTA)—
The North Hudson Jewish Cen- in Savannah.
ter has closed its doors after 37
years of service because its of-
ficials were unable to find
FOR AN
means of meeting its annual
OUTSTANDING AFFAIR ...
$20,000 operating deficit.
CALL
When all efforts failed, the
center was ended and the build-
ing was put up for sale. One
Pantomime Artist and M.C.
problem which developed from
And His Orchestra
the closing was that Jewish or-
ganizations which had been
using offices in the center now
are seeking new offices.

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