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August 19, 1966 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-08-19

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Emma Schaver Attends Ground Breaking
for Beit _Arechama School for Underprivileged

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Women's

eluhs

CLUB 2, Pioneer Women, execu-
tive board will hold a meeting
noon Wednesday, at the Labor
Zionist Institute, in Room 111.
Lunch will be served. The format
for the coming fiscal year will
be planned, also the recommenda-
tions that were presented at the
annual conference on June 16 will
be discussed.
* * *
BRANDEIS CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold its annual sum-
mer "pledge and pay" barbecue
luncheon noon Monday at the
home of Mrs. Meyer Stern, 31126
Franklin, Farmington. Fortrans-
portation call Mrs. Philip Field,
398-0410, or Mrs. Milton Weiss,
UN 2-3077.
* *
JEWISH WOMEN'S EURO-
PEAN WELFARE ORGANIZA-
TION will hold a board meeting
noon Monday at the home of Mrs.
Ida Shames, 18446 Griggs. A re-
port on the recent luncheon will
be given.

Ground-breaking ceremonies for Beit Nechama are attended
by (from left) Shoshana Hareli, overseas secretary of Moetzet
Hapoalot, sister organization of Pioneer Women; Yehoshua Levy,
treasurer of Histadrut; Beba Idelson, former deputy speaker of the
Knesset and general secretary of Moetzet Hapoalot; Mayor Shreftel;
Mrs. Morris Schaver; and Baruch Zukerman, veteran American labor
Zionist leader.
* *
At the ground-breaking cere-
monies for Beit Nechama in
Rishon-le-Zion, Israel, (Shikun
Ezra Bitzaron), Mayor Sheftel af-
fixed the official seal of Rishon-le-
Zion to the time capsule scroll
Mrs. Harry L. Jones, 18925 Muir- Mrs. Bernstein Named
which was placed in the corner-
to Federation Staff
stone by the honoree, Emma land, was named women's division
Mrs. Philip Bernstein has been
(Nechama) Schaver, Detroit Israel co-chairman for advance gifts for
Bond Women's Division chairman. the 1966 Torch Drive, it was an- appointed to the staff of the Jew-
Hundreds, among them leading nounced by George N. Monro III, ish Welfare Federation to direct
the activities of the Junior Divi-
Zionists, friends and relatives of vice president of
sion, William Avrunin, executive
administration
Mrs. Schaver, as well as most of
director, announced.
the local community, attended the for the Manufac-
She will also work with the
turers National
impressive ceremony.
Allied Jewish
Ban
k,
who
is
Speakers included the mayor o
Campaign congre-
f drive co - chair-
Rishon-le-Zion, Mr. Sheftel; Baruc h man for advance
gational council,
Zuckerman; Yehoshua Levy; Mrs • gifts.
Avrunin said.
Beba Idelson; Rabbi Woolf, repre -
This
year's
Mrs. Bernstein
sentative of Kfar Chabad. M. Sto Torch Drive will
is a member of
larksy, director of the Histadru t - begin
Oct. 18 and
the executive
campaign in America; and .M . run through Nov.
board of the Jew-
Richard, labor attache at th e 10, In 1965 a rec-
ish
Community
United States Embassy in Israel , ord $25.9 million
Council and is a
who represented the United States was raised.
former vice-
g overnment.
Mrs. Jones, a
chairman of the
Mrs. Schaver expressed her member of the
women's division Mrs. Bernstein
thanks and gratitude to the Detroit OF board of di-
of the United Foundation. She was
Council of Pioneer Women for the rectors, also is on
a member of the Michigan Status
great honor bestowed upon her, the board of nu-
of Women Committee under Gov-
Mrs. Jones
and assured the audience that Beit merous other civic and social wel- ernor John Swainson, and is a
Nechama would occupy a promi- fare organizations including De- former president of the League
nent place among the long list of troit League for the Handicapped, of Jewish Women's Organizations.
Schaver-Lazaroff projects.
Detroit Symphony and Detroit She serves on the national board
Beit Nechama, which bears Mrs. Grand Opera Association. She is of the Jewish War Veterans and is
Schaver's Hebrew name, will be a vice president of the Detroit Cere- leadership training chairman. She
"House of Hope" for 100 pre- bral Palsy Center and a trustee of resides at 19760 Stansbury.
school children from culturally de- the Merrill-Palmer Institute and
prived homes. It is one of a num- is national women's chairma4,---of
ber of such schools being built to the Council of Jewish Federations
educate the Asian-African n e w - and Welfare Funds.
Marriages
comers to Israel who have lived in
primitive conditions, and who will
JAFFE-ROVIN: At a recent eve-
now be enabled by such intensive Probus Ball Aug. 27
ning
ceremony at Adas Shalom
Probus Club will hold its annual Synagogue,
headstart programs to start their
Ellen Robin Rovin and
formal education on an equal basis past presidents ball Aug. 27 at the Michael Jaffe were united in mar-
Sheraton-Cadillac
Hotel.
with children from more fortunate
riage. Rabbi Segal and Cantor
environments.
Probus originated in Detroit in Fenakel officiated. The parents of
The school is being built, op- 1939 and has since established a the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Alex
erated and maintained by the De- membership of 98 professional and Rovin of Knob Woods Dr., South-
troit Council of Pioneer Women business leaders.
field, and Dr. and Mrs. Bernard
through the generous gifts of its
During the past 27 years, Probus Jaffe, of Karen Rd., Oak Park.
members, the Detroit community, has donated the first iron lung to The couple spent, their honeymoon
and friends and relatives of Mrs. Grace Hospital, a heart machine in Canada and are now residing
Schaver. Half of the $100,000 re- and blood decipher to Children's in Royal Oak.
quired to complete the building, Hospital, a cash award to Wayne
which will also house a community State University in memory of Dr.
center and a cultural center for Clarence Hilberry, a fellowship to
mothers, teaching language skills, Wayne State Medical School for
home economics and hygiene, has cystic fibrosis, and several televi-
already been transmitted to Israel. sion sets to the Sinai hospital.
A second subscription luncheon-
Probus also set up an academic
fashion show is being planned for achievement award fund given an-
July of 1967, to be followed by a nually to two faculty members of
pilgrimage of Detroiters to attend Wayne State University, and has
the dedication ceremonies when established a rotating scholarship
the building is completed early in fund with non - interest - bearing
1968.
loans for students. The president
this year is Harold Morrison.

Mrs. Jones Gets Top
Torch Drive Post

Mar-Pare, Variety Spread

Golden corn oil and other vege-
table oils plus Vitamins A and D
make Mar-Pary a nutritious mar-
garine, containing no milk, it is
recommended in diets where milk
is restricted, as a prepared spread
for rolls, bread and biscuits and
for frying foods light and golden.
Because Mar-Pary is kosher and
pareve, it can be used at all meat
or dairy meals.

Maxwell House Coffee
For Holiday Dinners

A traditional blend to top off a
traditional Rosh Hashana meal —
that's Maxwell House coffee, long
a favorite in Jewish homes.
So for the New Year, and all
year through, make your guests
feel truly "at home" by serving
Maxwell House, the coffee that's
good-to-the-last-drop.

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• Efros Drug Company
• Fabulous Star Bakery
• Leonard's Shoes
• The Bootery
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• Barber Shop

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