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May 10, 1968 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-05-10

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30—Friday, May 10, 1968

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Bond Affair to Honor Noblewoman

Bnai Brith Councils Set to Honor Teen Advisers

q3nai A.ith



tAr" Cti Vittes

LOUIS D. BRANDEIS CHAP-
TER will have a luncheon and mu-
sical tribute to Mother's Day, 12:30
p.m. Tuesday, at the Workmen's
Circle Center. Mrs. Charles DwOrin
is program chairman. Prospective
members are • invited. There will
be prizes.

BB Women Recruit

The Metropolitan Detroit Bnai
Brith Council and the Bnai Brith
Women's Council of Metropolitan
Detroit will sponsor a Bnai Brith
Youth Organization Advisors Rec-
ognition Night 8 p.m., May 19 at
Cong. Bnai David.
David Levine, BBYO' chairman
Of the Men's Council, and Mrs.
Seymour Sandweiss, Women's'
Council BBYO chairman, explained
that this evening will be devoted
to the honor and recognation of

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Volunteers for Area
'Operation Stork'

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Planning the Israel Bond Women's Division Sponsor Re-enroll-
ment luncheon on May 22, at the Great Lakes Club, at which
Countess Antoinette Rinaldini-Cardelli will be guest of honor, are
(from left), seated, Mesdames Henry Pariser, Joseph Holtzman
and Abe Satovsky; standing, Mesdames Joseph Katchke, Philip
Helfman, Irwin Green, Louis M. Elliman, David Pollack and Max
Stollman. Mrs. Pollack 'is sponsor chairman and Mrs. Holtzman is
luncheon co-chairman. Countess Antoinette Rinaldini-Cardelli, an
Italian noblewoman and grand niece of Cardinal Aristide Rinaldini,
Apostolic Nuncio, will be the guest of honor at an Israel Bond
sponsor re-enrollment luncheon, May 22, at the Great Lakes Club.
The Countess will present the 1968 pins to the paid-up sponsors.
Admission is by the purchase of a Sponsor Israel Bond. For reser-
vations to the affair, call the Israel Bond women's division, DI 1-5707.

_INF Women Host

Countess May 23

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C.O,NFIJIMATI611-AND PARTY

In this program. volunteers seek , t.A
to tell expectant mothers of the or *
importance of pre-natal care and
then assist them to obtain proper
THE NEW SOUNDS OF ...
care.
Mrs. Allen Weitzman, Bnai Brith
Council chairman of Operation
Stork, reports that Bnai Brith vol-
unteers are develor'ing a program
similar to those held in other met-
ropolitan areas in the country.
March of Dimes literature will be
Big Sound Recording Artists
distributed throughout the county.
545-2737
547-0896
They will hold "Stork Showers,"
special parties to collect layette
items, and they will attempt to
arrange transporation to and from
clinics for expectant mothers.
At the clinics, volunteers will
offer their assistance with the
clerical work, act as hostess.
guides, and serve as baby-sitters
for the children of expectant
YOUR FURS ARE SAFE HERE
mothers. At home, many Bnai
Brith volunteers will make lay-
Our experts handle your furs with
ette and maternity clothing for
meticulous professional care. In-
distribution to the needy.
Every exnectant mother who at-
sured vaults guard against damage
tends the clinics will receive free
and loss.
layette items.
Mrs. Harold Robinson is co-
FOR FREE BONDED
ordinator 'of Operation Stork.
MESSENGER PICK-UP
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The most significant blood bank I
in the world is now being expanded
in Oakland County for a research!
virus study into the causes of birth
defects.
The project is sponsored by the
19329 LIVERNOIS Near Cambridge
National Foundation - March of
Dimes, through the University of
Michigan.
The research program calls for
for a limited time! *
pregnant women to volunteer to
give blood samples through their
SAVE
$10 ON EACH OF
personal physician during the first
three months of pregnancy, and
THESE SKYWAY 300
again within 72 hours after deliv-
ery so that the paired sera can be
SERIES IN STOCK CASES
checked for the presence of viruses.
26" woman's Q 9.95
25" man's 44 r%
A study of a large sampling of
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pullman, 1-"
paired sera will give clues into the
causes of birth defects and the pos-
These handsome, matched cases
sible prevention.
are from regular stock, reduced for

Mrs, J. Stewart Linden was one
of three _prominent women com-
munity leaders to receive the 1968
St. Ursula Medal Awards.
Other award winners are Mrs.
Ron W. Todgham of Windsor for
the Protestant faith and Mrs.-Ger-
ard R. Slattery .
of Grosse Pointe
_F- arms for the
Catholic faith.
Winners were
selected on t h e s.
basis of "per-':
soual dedication
to social better-
ment through as-
sistance to t h e
Countess Antoinette Rinaldini- unfortunate".
Cardelli of Rome will be honored
The awards were presented at
at a brunch arranged by the Jew- the annual St. Ursula Medal
ish National Fund Auxiliary, to Awards dinner in Cleary Auditor-
be held May 23 at the home of ium, Windsor, Wednesday; Paul
Mrs. Harold N. Nosan (seated, Marti n, Canadian secretary of
right), 19135 Silvercrest, South- state for external affairs, was the
field. Seated with Mrs. Nosan is
principal speaker.
her mother-in-law, Mrs. Pearl
Both the awards and the dinner
Nosan, a former president of the
JNF Auxiliary president, Mrs. are sponsored by the Glengarda
School for Retarded Children, op-
William Levin.
erated in WindSor by the Ursuline
Sisters.
Mrs. Linden is president of the
League of -Jewish Women's Or-
ganizations of Metropolitan Detroit
and co-chairman of the Israel Bond
By BEN GALLOB
Women's Division. She is president
(Copyright 1968, JTA thee
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NEW YORK — A demonstration of Adas Shalom Sisterhood, a
Seek
Blood
Donor for Rally
nursery school for children of member of the board of directors
The Bnai Brith Men's and Wo-
low-income Negro and Puerto Ri- of that congregation, past president
can families in Springfield, Mass., of the Music Study Club and a men's Councils will sponsor a
started and operated by the member of the Mayor's Keep De- blood rally 5-10 p.m. Monday and
Tuesday at Pepper School Oak
Springfield section of the National troit Beautiful Committee.
Park. Anyone age 18 to 60 may
Council of JeWish Women, has
brought Springfield its first fed- United Synagogue Unit donate. Those under 21 require
signed parental rermission. Donors
eral anti-poverty funds for such
pre-school children, the NCJW re- Elects Mrs. Herman Roth will be eligible for gifts.
ported here.
The 2,000th Ivan S. Bloch donor
The Springfield Action. CommiS- at Women's Meeting
to the blood bank will be honored
sion, the local anti-poverty agency,
At the recent annual Spring .with special gifts.
was awarded $132,000 by the Of- Conference Michigan Branch of the
Originator of the blood bank idea
fice of Economic Opportunity to National Women's League, United among Detroit Bnai Brith lodges,
maintain the nursery school on Synagogue of America, elected Bloch has consistently been among
a permanent basis and to set up Mrs. Herman Roth president.
the leading donor lodges in every
two Head Start projects and a
Others are vice presidents, Mes- drive. scoring over 60 pints in the
day care center modeled on the dames Irving Chaiken, Hyman most recent rally.
nursery school.
Bloch Lodge prizes include a
Leibson of Saginaw, J. Stewart
The Springfield section set up
Linden, Thomas Partovich and weekend for two at the Port Huron
the nursery school for children ,
Oscar Spilkin; secretaries, Mes- Motor Inn. a his-and-her hair styl-
in the Riverview Housing Proj- 1 dames Peter Martin, Morris Blet- ing plus other gifts. For informa-
ect after learning that there was
tion, call Philip Elkus, LI 6-0446.
no such facility anywhere in stein and Julius Meskin; and
treasurer,
Mrs.
Benjamin
Weiss.
Springfield for poverty families.
Bicur Cholem Luncheon
The school program was set up
Young Women's Bicur Cholem
along 0E0 guidelines for Head Girls Plan Luncheon
Start projects. It included a pre-
Single Jewish girls age 21-25 are will hold its fund-raising donor
kindergarten program with snacks invited to a membership luncheon luncheon noon Tuesday at Cong.
for the ch:ldren, professional staff, of Sigma Gamma Sigma noon Sun- Bnai David. Fund-raising chair-
plus community volunteers and a day at the home of Nancy Meyer, man is Mrs. Louis Brown. For
special effort to involve mothers 18962 Warrington. For informa- reservations, call Mrs. Simon
of the pupils.
tion, lle,yere.:364-34094. ,
Shifman,. 353-7990.

Women's Unit Spurs
- Head Start Funding



Mrs. Linden Winner
of St. Ursula. Award

ENTERTAINMENT -4C-4(
SEYMOUR SCHWARTZ 4(
AGENCY

Berkley, Michioan
S;ng-a-long with Slides
Field Caricature Artists
Organ Grinder Man
"Operation Stork," the prenatal If
Balloon, Comedy Acts
care education and service project
Jock Barnes & Dancers
to be sponsored in Oakland County
Dino Valle
by the Bnai Brith Women and the
Dr. Toni Powell
March of Dimes county chapter
Bob Bennett Orchestra
was formulated at a recent meet- * * Singing Strollers
* Kenny Milton
ing.
e t
I AT- * Mary Michaels

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the 45 men and women who served
as advisers to the AZA and Bnai
Brith Girls chapters during the
past year.
Guest speaker will be Dr. Daniel
Thursz of Baltimore, dean of the
school of social work, University
of Maryland, and director of the
Bnai Brith Youth Organization Na-
tional Summer Leadership Pro-
grams.
BBYO members, families and
friends are invited.

ccesso ries

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*In Effect
April 25 thru May 25

ROBINSON'S LEATHER SHOP

25250 GREENFIELD

At 10 Mile, Oak Park

548-5590

OPEN THURSDAY EVE. 'TILL 8:30 P.M.

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