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May 20, 1966 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-05-20

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Jewish Home to Honor Service Group
for Bringing 'Extra Measure of Joy' to Aged

The board of directors of the
Jewish Home for Aged will honor
the Service Group of the Women's
Auxiliary Sunday at a buffet sup-
per and dance in Borman Hall.
In announcing this annual affair,
Jack 0. Lefton, president of the
Home, paid tribute to the loyalty
and devotion shown by these volun-
teers. "Their participation in all
areas of the activity program has
done much to bring an extra meas-
ure of joy and happiness to the
residents," he said. "Their work
in the therapeutic workshop, hob-
by shop and physiotherapy depart-
ment adds an extra dimension to
rehabilitative efforts. Sponsoring
Of games, movies, birthday parties,
choral group and holiday festivi-
ties, contributes significantly to
the leading of a fuller, richer life
by the residents: Not only do they
give of themselves unstintingly in
time and energy but they also con-
tribute financially to the opera-
tion of the home with substantial
grants made to • construction of
new facilities and replacement of
equipment."
Special recognition is to be
given Mrs. Lou Robbins, presi-
dent of the auxiliary. Mrs. Philip
Cameron, Service Group chair-
man, and Ira I. Sonnenblick,

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executive director, will award
certificates to those who have
served 100 hours during the
year, pins to those volunteers
who have served 300 hours and
gold charms to Mrs. Sam Ham-
burger and Mrs. Meyer Silver-
man, who have served more than
1,000 hours.
The Jewish Home for Aged is
a constituent agency of the Jew-
ish Welfare Federation and re-
ceives funds from the Allied Jew-
ish Campaign to meet its budge-
tary needs. Founded in 1905, the
home has developed methods and
techniques of service to the aged
which have received wide recog-
nition. As more and more people
began to make application to the
home, the importance of expan-
sion to provide more beds became
increasingly apparent. This led to
the construction of a new facility,
Borman Hall, which was opened
for occupancy early this year. Ex-
tensive medical and nursing care
is provided. A day-care program
accommodates a large number of
people enabling them to continue
living in the community while tak-
ing advantage of the program and
facilities at the home.

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Bnai Brith Women's Council of Metropolitan Detroit, at its recent installation, was represented
by new presidents of the 26 chapters of Bnai Brith Women in the city. Seated (from left) are Mesdames
Ben Gruskin, Detroit Lodge; Harry Farber, Keidan; Lawrence Stein, Stone; Arthur Wolf, Frenkel;
Philip Richman, Bloch; David Levine, president, Bnai Brith Women's C o u n c i 1; Charles Fink, Mar-
shall; Ben Wenner, Rex; Jack Weinberg, Tikvah; George Brown, Brandeis; and Ben Columbus, Busi-
ness and Professional. Standing are Mesdames Harris Becker,-Pisgah; Sam Hamburger, Pisgah; Hy She-
bowich, Gershwin; George Dovas, Tucker; Phillip Margolis, Zeiger; Joseph Radkin, East Side; Philip
Rubinoff, Israel; Norman Rivkin, Morris Adler; Morris Sears, Jacobson; Harry Glassman, Downtown-Fox;
Gerald Gorzeck, Morgenthau; Arthur Schott, Centennial; and Felix Rosenzweig. Not pictured are Mesdames
Gertrude Faine, Handler; Marvin Rosen, Livonia; and Sam Berstein, - Zager.

Dr. Nelson Glueck, HUC-JIR President, Noted
Archaeologist, to Speak in Honor of Simons

Dr. Nelson Glueck, distinguished
archaeologist, president of Hebrew
Union College-Jewish Institute of
Religion, will be guest speaker at
the annual dinner of the Jewish
National F u n d, June 8, at the

The Criterion Club will hold its
first outdoor "hike" of the year
Sunday.
President Sally Sidran said
friends and guests will be wel-
come to participate without
charge.
Under direction of Charles
Mannheimer, the group will leave
1 p.m. by motorcade from the pub-
lic lot behind Livernois at Seven
Mile Rd. for the hike area.
For information, call Miss Sid-
ran, 864-8641.
* * *
A color film, "New Horizons
North," and the latest release of
"Screen News Digest" will .high-
light the Criterion Club's final
DR. NELSON GLUECK
open-house of the pre-summer sea-
son 8 p.m. Wednesday at the meet- Sheraton Cadillac Hotel, at which
ing hall of Cominonwealth Branch Leonard N. Simons will be hon-
Bank, West 7 Mile at Mark Twain. ored in recognition of his many
communal services.
The dinner is being given to
GLADYS G. PHILLIPS of 20500
Trinity has been elected secretary mark the planting of the Leonard
of the Women's Group of the De- and Harriette Simons Forest in
troit Association of Life Underwrit- Israel.
Maxwell Jospey, chairman of the
ers. Mrs. Phillips is a consultant
with the Silvestri Agency of the SNF diner committee, announcing
Dr. Glueck's acceptance to speak
Metropolitan Life Insurance Co.
here in honor of his long-time

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Gavels Wielded by 27 Women in Bnai Brith

Leonard N. Simons this week
was elected president of the De-
troit Historical Commission. He
had served for 20 years as a
member of the commission.

other local agencies in which book, "Deities and Dolphins," was
Simons is active here. published late last year by Farrar,
Dr. Glueck, prior to becoming Straus and Giroux.
president of Hebrew Union Col-
lege-Jewish Institute of Religion, Detroit Socialites Group
taught Bible and archeology at
both schools before they were to See 'American Dame'
merged into one. Born in Cincin-
The Detroit Socialites will pre-
nati, in 1900, he was ordained sent "The American Dame," en-
rabbi at Hebrew Union College, acted by the Mobile Theater Unit,
and he holds many honorary de- 9 p.m. Sunday at Cong. Beth
grees from a number of colleges. Moses.
One of the honorary degrees —
Dancing and refreshments will
an LDH — was conferred upon follow the short play, and the pub-
him by Wayne State University. He lic is invited.
is the author of a number of im-
This organization of Jewish men
portant works on archaeology, in- and women age 30 to 50 is de-
cluding "The River Jordan" and voted to social, cultural, and phil-
History of the Negev." His latest anthropic activities.

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