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October 26, 1962 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-10-26

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, October 26, 1962

Youth Organization Is One of Many Bnai Brith
Enterprises to Benefit from Women's Council Drive

Mrs. Charles Galinsky, pres-
ident of the Metropolitan De-
troit Bnai Br i t h Women's
Council, announces that the
goal set by the 26 chapters is
three-quarters attained.
A "star-studded" show will
culminate the drive on Nov. 17
and 18 at Ford Auditorium.
Stars of the show are Jan
Peerce, renowned tenor; Jack
Wakefield, comedian; and Tina
Robin, vocalist. Hal Gordon and
his Orchestra will complete the
review.
The Bnai Brith Youth Orga-
nization is one of the many
projects that will benefit from
the drive.
Recently, Judy Millman, in-
ternational president of Bnai
Brith Girls, was honored at a
tea by the Women's Council.
The International Council is
comprised of representatives

from the United States, Canada,
Mexico, Israel, Gelgium, Aus-
tralia and South Africa. The
Bnai Brith Youth Organization
is the largest national Jewish
youth organization in the world.
It boasts close to 40,000 mem-
bers in over 1,400 chapters.
The youth have four major
goals:
1. Judaism: to help members
identify with their religion and
respect their religious heritage.
2. Democrary: A love and ap-
preciation of our democratic
ideals including the concepts of
true brotherhood.
3. Community Service: par-
ticipation in all types of com-
munity service projects from
aiding orphanages to the March
of Dimes and from non-sectar-
ian agencies to Jewish, Bnai
Brith and Israel projects.
4. Creative leisure time ex-

Home for Aged Annual Meeting
to Announce Plans for Expansion

periences: To enable members
to get as many positive things
out of their membership in
BBYO as possible.
The BB Youth services three
International Youth organiza-
tions: A.Z.A., serving boys from
14-20 years of age; BBG, serv-
ing girls 14-18 or in high school;
BBYA, serving young adults
from 19-26.
The Michigan Region services
48 chapters in Detroit as well
as chapters in Windsor, Grand
Rapids, Saginaw, Bay City, Mid-
land, Flint, Mt. Clemens and
South Haven.
Reservations are still avail-
able for Nov. 17 and 18. Call
Mrs. Sol Bromberg, 342-2034;
or Mrs. Albert Stien.

CRUISE HEADQUARTERS

TRAVEL - AGENCY

18246 WYOMING AVE. • DETROIT, MICH.

ATTENTION SUBURBANITES!

For The Best

DOOR-TO-DOOR DEAL

3rd Annual
Antique, Art,
1 and Treasurama Show

/ .

October 28, 29, 30,
11:00 A.M. to 10:00 P.M.
Temple Beth Jacob
79 ELIZABETH LAKE RD.
Pontiac, Michigan
Admission-50c

and

PERSONAL SERVICE

MILT LEVIN

or

ALLEN CHARNES

BARNETT PONTIAC

The Jewish Home for Aged special report on the develop-
will hold its 56th Annual Meet- ments in proceeding with this
14505 MICHIGAN Be ttN=e =gfer TI 6-1122
ing 10:30 a.m. Sunday.
project.
Edward I. Fleischman, presi-
dent, will preside. Reports on
developments of the past year
and plans for the future will
be given by Fleischman, Leon-
ard N. Simons and Ira I. Son-
nenblick.
There will be election of
board members with the slate
being presented by Ben Kra-
mer, chairman of the nominat-
ing committee. Named for elec-
tion to the board are Mrs. Ben-
jamin Arkin, Harry Bielfield,
Herman Cohen, Irving Gold-
berg, Arthur A. Fleischman,
Harold Kaplan, Jack 0. Lefton,
Milton K. Mahler, Alex Sklar,
A. Alfred Taubman, Dr. Benja-
min D. Welling, Isadore Win-
kelman, Lew Wisper and Mrs.
Samuel Zeldes.
The Home is a constituent
agency of the. Jewish Welfare
Federation and is a recipient of
Allied Jewish Campaign funds
to meet its budgetary needs.
Originally founded in 1905, the
Home has developed methods
and techniques of services to
the aged which have received
wide recognition, Fleischman
said.
The Home has 310 residents.
Extensive medical and nursing
care facilities are provided. Oc-
cupational therapy, physical
therapy, a sheltered workshop,
social, recreational, and spirit-
ual outlets assist residents.
A day care program in which
there are 60 participants per-
„Lome see money that "talks"
in foreign tongues, of ancient temples, to
mits continued living in the
community on an independent
people who can "hear" the mysterious messages of rare old coins.
basis while taking advantage of
the facilities at the Home.
The importance of expansion
From Wednesday, October 24, through Monday, November 5, three dis-
to provide more beds has be-
come increasingly apparent, ac-
plays from our Main Office Museum will be shown right here in our Seven
cording to Fleischman. Plan-
ning is now underway by the
Mile-Winthrop office at 15633 W. Seven Mile. You can come in and see
Board of the Home and the Jew-
ish Welfare Federation to meet
this need, he announced, by
coins used in the markets of the Holy Land during the first century. You'll
construction of a 150 bed unit
which is expected to be ready
see, too, ancient coins of the mysterious East, unearthed after a sleep of
for occupancy this coming year.
Max Fisher, president of Jewish
centuries among the ruins of forgotten temples and lost cities. Or you can
Welfare Federation, is to give
let your imagination roam the modern world through the collection of for-

NOW ON DISPLAY
C AT OUR SEVEN MILE-WINTHROP OFFICE

Sisterhood of Cong.
Bnai Moshe to Hold
Annual Donor Event

Bnai Moshe Sisterhood's an-
nual donor luncheon will be held
noon Tuesday in the Rosman So-
cial Hall, announced President
Mrs. Herman Roth.
Proceeds of the "Mitzvah Bee"
will go toward refupbishing the
Rosman Social Hall.
Sisterhood members will take
part in an original skit entitled
"Executives Sweet," under the
direction of Mrs. Lawrence Sklar
and Mrs. Eliot Raskin.
Mrs. William Morin is chair-
man of the event with Mrs. Rob-
ert Middleman, Mrs. Oscar Spil-
kin and Mrs. Alfred Gunsberg,

co chairmen.

-

eign coins and paper money. Come in any time during banking hours,

10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday or until 6:00 p.m. on

Friday.

SEVEN MILE -WINTHROP OFFICE

NATIONAL BANK OF DETROIT

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

atirika,

,agg.

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