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January 25, 1963 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-01-25

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Want The Best?

Ask the Folks Who've Had

SAM BARNETT

District Director Walter A. address reports in Michigan last
and His Orchestra
Sahli of the Immigration and year. Reports for 1963 are ex-
LI 1-2563
p
Iected
to
total
135,000.
Naturalizaiton Service, remind-
ed aliens in Michigan that

Thursday is the deadline for fil- Golden Ring Club
ing address report forms, as re
Dinner at DARBY'S
quired under provisions of the Marks 4th Birthday
is a real treat
The Golden Ring Club of the
1952 Immigraiton and Nation-
ality Act.
Workmen's Circle will celebrate
• Visit Our New
The Immigration official its fourth anniversary at a i ,
SKYLIGHT
ROOM, Cocktails
urged aliens who have not yet luncheon 1 p.m. Wednesday at I
Lounge and Bar
filed their address reports to do the W. C. Center, 18340 W.
• AFTER
.50 no later than Jan. 31 to Seven Mile.
• THEATRE
The following officers will be
avoid possible penalties.
Snacks . . .
Delight
installed:
Robert
Shapiro,
presi-
Failure to comply with the
LUNCHEON
A Pleasure
requirements can mean a fine, dent; Harry Schwartz, vice-presi-
jail sentence and deportable for dent; Max Kalb, secretary;
a willful violation. Harry Entin, treasurer; Ben
Sahli said the law requires Wolok, hospitaler. There will I
Res. UN 2-7642
that every alien, except those be a musical program and a ! SEVEN MILE at WYOMING
having diplomatic status, rep- guest speaker.
resentatives of certain interna-
tional organizations and persons
Michigan's Newest & Most Luxurious Motel
admitted temporarily as agri-
cultural laborers must file the
A HOME AWAY FROM HOME FOR YOUR
_AAA_
address report during January
BAR MITZVAH & WEDDING GUESTS .. .
of each year at the nearest Post
Office or Immigation and Na-
talization Service Office.
14380 WEST 8 MILE ROAD
Sahli said an estimated 120,-
Bet. Schaefer and Northwestern Hwy.
000 aliens in this state have
Conference Room • Suites • Banquet Room
filed address reports so far this
LI 8-1822
30 4-5450
January.
A total of 137,000 aliens filed
HARVEST HOUSE RESTAURANT ON PREMISES

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EDGEWATER CONVALESCENT CENTER

"The New Image in Convales-
cent Care" was heralded at the
recent Open house of the Edge-
water Convalescent Center,
22811 W. 7 Mile Rd., five blocks
east of Telegraph Rd.
The ROTC unit stationed at
the University of Detroit, under
the command of Lt. Col. Grand-
vill W. Bussey, sent its Honor
Color Guard to make a flag
presentation to the Center.
Among the thousands of guests
who attended the open house
were Dwight K. Hamborsky, di-
rector of the Detroit office of
the Federal Housing Adminis-
tration, Mayor Mark E. Storen
of Highland Park and Dr. Her-
man Scarney, chief of staff of
William Beaumont Hospital.
Hamborsky, who has officiated
in several FHA Nursing Home
Projects, was complimentary in
his remarks concerning this fa-
cility. The comments of Dr.
Scarney and Mayor Storen also
were laudatory.
The Edgewater Convalescent
Center overlooks the Redford
Golf Course and the Rouge
River. It is a three-story struc-
ture with elevator service to all
levels, is completely fireproof
and designed for maximum pa-
tient comfort and care. It pre-
sents a modern residential-type
appearance. Patients with vary-
ing diagnosis and ages can be
comfortably accommodated.
Dr. M. M. Hoffman, the exec-
utive director, is a member of
the Detroit Naval Reserve Medi-
cal Company.
Jack Schneyer, the adminis-
trator, feels that this has added
immeasurably to the "New Im-
age in Convalescent Care."

is
happiness
old
fashioned?

No, indeed! But some of the best
ways to happiness are old fash.
ioned ... like the taste of real
ofd haimishe Kasha, for in-
stance. The kind Grandma
used to make! How did she
do it? Easy. As easy as beat-
ing an egg and chopping
an onion. You'll see. Just
follow the economical di-
rections on the WOLFF'S
KASHA package.

HAVE SOME
for DINNER
TONIGHT

BUT BE SURE
YOU MAKE
ENOUGH!

All are invited to come and
see the Center.

Mothers March
Tuesday to Aid
Polio Victims

An army of 40,000 women will
be knocking on every door in
the Wayne County area next.
Tuesday, from 7 p.m., in the
25th anniversary March of
Dimes Mothers' March.
"All of the volunteers in the
March of Dimes Mothers' March
know how important the job is,
even though it will take only
about an hour," Anne Campbell
Stark, general chairman for the
Wayne County Mothers' March
said. "Every woman realizes
that her efforts will help peo-
ple to "Give for the Life of a
Child."
The Mothers' Marchers from
this area will be joining with
two million volunteer women
all over America asking support
for the March of Dimes fight
against the crippling diseases of
Birth Defects, Arthritis and
Polio, as well as support for the
new Salk Institute for Biological
Studies.
The traditional Mother s'
March is the most productive,
important activity climaxing the
annual March of Dimes cam-
paign.
The volunteer Marching
Mothers who brace cold, winter
weather will be wearing the
Golden Key of Hope—symbol-
izing the hope that exisits for
victims of birth defects, arthri-
tis and polio through medical
research, patient aid, medical
care centers and professional
education.
There will be some fathers
marching also on Tuesday, aid-
ing their wives, wearing their
badge stating, "Tonight, I am a
Mother."

FREE: KASHA COOKBOOKI
Just address request to
Phyllis Wolff. Penn Yan, N. Y.

.•,;;;;;;:,„:`

Bnai Brith Holds
Blood Bank Call

The Metropolitan Bnai Brith
Council Blood Bank Committee,
under the leadership of Bernard
Whiteman and Sylvia Weitzman,
with the cooperation of the
American Red Cross, will hold
a blood bank rally on Monday
at Pepper School in Oak Park
and on Tuesday at the Beth
Aaron Synagogue. Time both
evenings will be from 6 p.m. to
11 p.m.
At Beth Aaron will be a TB
Unit. All members of the com-
munity are welcome to come
and have a free chest X-ray.
Under the leadership of Mrs.
Ben Dorf, Bnai Brith Women
volunteers will assist the Ameri-
can Red Cross as registrars,
donor room workers and ob-
servers. The canteen will be
staffed by Mrs. Jack Schwartz.
Host for the rally will be the
Zager-Stone Lodge and Chapter.
Friends of members also are in-
vited to donate a pint of blood.

I Bar Mitzvahs

Ve&doui
, nutritious Brown
Buckwheat Groats. Also enjoy
Wolff's Creamy Kernels (grits)
Kasha 'N' Gravy, Kasha Soup.

EMBASSY MOTEL

Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. Mazer,
17536 Santa Barbara, announce
the Bar Mitzvah of their son,
Marc Samuel, 'will be observed
Saturday at Cong. Bnai Moshe.
A reception in his honor will be
held that evening at home. •

The Bar-Mitzvah of Neil L.
Steinman will be observed 8:15
p.m. today at Temple Emanu-El
in Oak Park.

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21 -- THE DETR OIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, January 25, 1963

Edgewater Convalescent Center
Next Thursday is Deadline for
Gets High Medical Commendation Aliens to File Report Forms

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