22—Friday, June 24, 1966
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
JFCS, Resettlement Service Elect New Officers
Merle Harris was elected presi- flow of refugees who are un- ed that during 1965 the agency
completed service on 416 cases in-
dent of the Jewish Family and Chil- skilled and untrained.
Mrs. Jaffe's report emphasized volving emotionally disturbed
dren's Service at the annual meet-
ing, June 15. He succeeds Mrs. the important role of staff in of- youth. The agency also handled
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Benjamin E. Jaffe who has been fering the professional and con- 234 cases of aged and completed
fidential service to families under service for 162 families where*the
president for the
TUCKER CHAPTER will hold a past two years.
stress. She honored members of primary problem was disturbance
paid-up membership gathering
the staff who have given ten or in the marriage. During 1965 there
Harris is a
noon Tuesday at the home of Ar- member of the
more years of service to the agen- was also a rise in the number of
lene Baskin, 21710 Parklawn, Oak board of Jewish
cies: David B. Goldberg, Rose Kap- children in residential placement
lan, Ida Kost, Rachel Manela, Doris facilities and special schools. There
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Markel, Betty Monheit, Ellen Rack- was an increase in the requests for
tion, the health
way, Gloria Spinner and Geraldine homemaker services for families
with children and for the aged. In
budget and plan-
Samuel Lerner, director, report- 1965 the agency handled 2,181
ning division, the
cases covering a variety of _
boards of Jewish
and psychological problems. There -
were three therapy groups in op-
ice and the De-
eration, one of which consisted of
Bnai Brith District No. 6, which troit Service
comprises eight midwestern states Group, and was
The Jewish Family and Chil-
and four Canadian provinces, will co - chairman of
dren's Service is supported by the
hold its annual men's and women's
Jewish Welfare Federation, United
convention in Winnipeg, Manitoba, trades division of Harris
Community Services and counsel-
the Allied Jewish Campaign.
ing fees from clients. Resettlement
MRS. FREDRIC WEBER
The Metropolitan Detroit Bnai
Service is totally supported by the
Barbara Gale Canvasser and Brith Men's and Women's Councils ed vice president and Arnold Faud-
Federation and is a beneficiary of
Fredric Gary Weber were mar- are among the largest in District man treasurer of JFCS. Max Shaye,
the Allied Jewish Campaign. They
William Wetsman and. Herbert Sill-
also receive fees from families for
ried Tuesday in a ceremony at 6, second in size only to Chicago. man were elected members of the
whom the agency processes claims
Detroit's delegation led by Mrs. executive committee. New members
Temple Israel. Rabbis Leon Fram,
against the German government for
M. Robert Syme and Jacob E. David Levine and Bernard Panush, of the board are Mesdames Morris
indemnification and restitution. In
council presidents, will travel to
Parents of the couple are Mr. Winnipeg on three special planes Brandwine, Leo Orecklin; Messrs.
1965 these awards totalled $130,-
Kaye G. Frank, Arthur Rice, Wil-
and Mrs. Darwin Canvasser, 26515 by arrangements with Air Canada. liam Wetsman and Dr. Myer Teitel-
Dundee, Huntington Woods, and
Those making the trip are Paul baum. Reelected members are Mes-
Dr, and Mrs. Harry Weber, 19511 Liebert of Grand Rapids, second dames Stanley Akers and Joseph
vice-president of District 6, Sol
Jackier, Dr. Charles Lebeaux
FOR EVERY OCCASION
MR. AND MRS. NEWMAN
The bride's Empire princess- Moss and Nathan Rubenstein, H.
and Gilbert Silverman. Maxwell
style gown was fashioned of silk members of District 6 board of Katzen was chairman of the JFCS
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney J. Newman,
gros de Londres and hand- governors; Harry Pearson, nomi- nominating committee.
Pinehurst, will celebrate
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
corded Alencon lace appliques, nee for district 6 board; Milton M.
At this combined annual meet- their 50th wedding anniversary
and embroidered with pearls and Weinstein, national Bnai Brith
brilliants. • Pearl-centered criss- Hillel commissioner. Morris. Diren- ing of the Jewish Family and Chil- Sunday at a dinner and reception
cross bows adorned the front feld, national Bnai Brith Anti- dren's Service and Resettlement being given by their children, Mr.
of the gown. The short sleeves, Defamation League commissioner, Service, current officers of Reset- and Mrs. Sidney J. Newman Jr.
tlement Service were reelected. and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard A.
are Mrs. Samuel J. Caplan, Forrest, at King's Arms Restaurant.
chapel-length, paneled watteau tional Bnai Brith adult Jewish Ed- They
Mrs. Sol C. Grossman,
Mr. and Mrs. Newman were
PRIVATE MEETING ROOM
COMPLETE FACILITIES FOR PARTIES,
Representing Bnai Brith women vice president; Mrs. Lewis Man- married June 26, 1916, at the
jeweled lace appliques and
BANQUETS, STAGS — SPECIAL RATES
ning, secretary, and David I. Rosin,
traced with pearls. A shaped are: Mrs, Philip Fealk, president- treasurer. Mrs. Robert Alpern and original Pontchartrain Hotel by Dr.
toque of matching silk gros de elect of Briai Brith Women District Herbert Rollins were elected to Leo M. Franklin. The former Vera
Londres and jeweled lace held 6, Mesdames Harold Robinson, Sid- the board. Reelected to the board Wolenburgh, Mrs. Newman was
the full-tiered veil of imported ney Eidelman and
members of Bnai Brith Women were Mesdames Abraham Cooper, were among the founding members
STEAM BATH AND I-MAITEX CLUB
Seymour Frank, Lewis Manning, of Temple Beth El. Mr. Newman is
Maid of honor was Linda Weber,
Philip Marcuse, and David Wilkus.
STEAM ROOM • MASSAGES • SUN BATH
sister of the bridegroom. Brides- of Grand Rapids, jr. past president Walter Herz was chairman of the a native of Braddock, Pa., and
EXERCISE ROOM • SLUMBER LOUNGE
moved to Detroit with his parents
maids were Rita Forbes, Laura
RECREATION LOUNGE with RESTAURANT
Katzman. Jill Kraft, Denise Locke, lation chairman, and Mrs. Charles
COOLIDGE HWY. at CAPITAL • OAK PARK
Mrs. Caplan's report indicated
The couple has four grandchil-
Joan Mahler of Toledo and Mrs. Solovich, past president of Inter- that
(bet. 8 and 9 Mile) Phone 544-3611
the major phenomena during dren.
the past year in Resettlement Serv-
Dr. Dennis Weber, brother of
ice had been:
the bridegroom, was best man. Ush- Child Rescue Women
Increase in applications and pro-
ers were Lenard and Paul Can-
vasser, brothers of the bride, Kal- Provide 225 Retarded cessing of indemnification and re-
stitution claims against the Ger-
man Carmel of Scarsdale, Geof- With Camping Trip
From LONDON, ENGLAND
man government; steady flow of
frey Eaton, Jeffrey Miro, Mark
refugees from Europe and North
Shaye, Irving Smokier and Howard
youngsters will enjoy a 10-day stay Africa at the same rate as in 1964-5
—approximately 25 new families;
- The couple is honeymooning in at the Detroit Recreation Camp Castro's decision to permit families
"Distinctive Styling in Music
Mexico for two weeks. They will
to leave Cuba, with a resultant flow
to your Individual Taste"
reside in Royal Oak.
of families from Cuba to their chil-
west Child Rescue Women.
The organization raised more dren and relatives in Detroit; short-
Ruth Meckler Laredo'
than $3,000 during the past year age of rental housing and the dis-
to increase the stay at camp from continuance of use of the Jewish
to Perform at Marlboro;
House of Shelter as a temporary
a week to 10 days.
Featured on New Release
This is the 14th year the women abode for refugees.
She noted that the new immi-
Detroit born pianist Ruth Meek- have provided mentally retarded
gration law turned out to be
"Buy With Confidence"
ler Laredo, currently making a children with a camping experi-
more restrictive than originally
concert tour in South America, will ence.
return to her home in New York
anticipated and will impede the
The children will leave by bus,
City next week. After a few days, 1:30 p.m. today, from Northwest-
she will leave for Vermont, where ern field on Wreford. They will be
she will again participate in the in Indian headbands to set the WSU Library Reports
Marlboro Music Festival, perform- mood for their study of Indian lore on Progress of Program
ing with the Marlboro Festival at camp.
OPEN THURS., FRI. 'TIL 9 P.M.
Orchestra under the baton of Pablo
On Wednesday, the children will to Acquire Israeli Books
The Wayne State University
have a "pow wow" with games and
Library nears the end of the
Columbia Records has recently prizes.
released the recording of the Bach
The Detroit Recreation Camp is second year of a program in which
Concerto in D Minor for three operated by the Detroit Depart- almost all books and periodicals
published in Israel are purchased
pianos featuring Rudolf Serkin, ment of Parks and Recreation.
with the aid of U.S. counterpart
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Mieczyslaw Harszowski and Mrs.
Laredo, with the Marlboro Festi-
The Detroit Department of funds under Public Law 480.
Wayne is one of 24 libraries in
Parks and Recreation urgently
On Aug. 20, Mrs. Laredo will needs about 100 qualified per- the nation which have joined the
participate in the Mozart Festival sons for summer positions as life program so far.
"Speedy Recovery," "Sympathy" or "Bon Voyage"
The first year's cataloging and
at Lincoln Center.
guards, swimming leaders and
The pianist is a former pupil of aids.
more important than what you say
a grant which the late Rabbi
Mischa Kottler and Rudolf Serkin.
is how you say it. Expressions of
Applicants need not be residents by
sympathy, best wishes or congratu-
from the Theodore and
Swimming aides must be 18-21 purpose
lations are much more effective with
Tel Aviv Youth Center
Mina Bargman Foundation.
a gift basket that speaks for you
A number of books, periodicals
Named for D.C. Leader
.. in an eye-appealing, taste-tempt-
TEL AVIV (JTA) — The Joseph equivalent to completion of two and newspapers not needed by the
university library are distributed
Cherner Youth Center, named for years of high school.
ing and satisfying manner.
.Swimming leaders should be 19-
the late Washington, D. C., Zionist 35 years old and have completed free to the Jewish libraries of the
We are Michigan's leader in
and philanthropic leader, and the at least one year of college.
GIFT BASKET PREPARATION
largest municipal youth center,
Aid for Day School
There must be a reason!!
was formally opened here.
The Conference on Jewish Ma-
The guest of honor was Mrs. Belgians to Build Tablet
BRUSSELS (JTA) — A monu- terial Claims Against Germany last
CO 862-6800.. and CHARGE Ill
Ruth Cherner, the widow, who
was the principal donor for the ment to the 26,000 Jews of the Bel- year allocated a total of $100,000
new center. Mr. Cherner was ac- gian town of Anderlicht who per- for education projects in Italy in-
tive in the Israel Bond program, ished at the hands of the Nazis cluding the construction of Hebrew
3205 W. McNICHOLS RD. (ol Wildemere)
DETROIT .21, MICHIGAN
the United Jewish Appeal and will be erected by the Anderlicht day schools and the training of
Hebrew teachers in various cities.
Fredric Weber Marries
at District No. 6
Bnai Brith Parley
50th Wedding Date
and His ORCHESTRA
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