NCJW's Brainchild, Operation Friendship,
Marks 10th Year of Service to Returning Patients
Operation Friendship, a program
that has been instrumental in the
return of mental patients to self-
Down and Country.
IS HAVING A
OF THEIR ENTIRE
OF UP TO
550 N. Woodward
women's page—NCJW's Brainchild
sufficiency in the community, will
celebrate its 10th anniversary
Started by members of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women.
the program continues to be main-
tained in part by Council, with
Mrs. Harry L. Jackson, a founder,
serving as chairman of the steer-
Most of the funds for Operation
Friendship come from the City-
County Health Board and the
Michigan Commission on Aging.
Operation Friendship's activities
have branched out considerably
since its first days. It not only
operates a lounge for recreation
and socialization at 13440 W. Seven
Mile, but also offers referral serv-
ices in work opportunities, health
He'll be amazed that you could pick out
exactly what he wanted . . . in just the
right style ... and the right color. And
he'll feel clever for dropping those
"subtle" hints . . . and for the way
he kept singing the address of
his favorite store.
Bankard, Security. and Master Charge
as well as all other charge cards honored.
"Surprise" him on Sunday, June 21,
with a FATHER'S DAY GIFT
19132 LIVERNOIS . .. JUST OFF 7 MILE ROAD.
Free Parking Liyarnois Corner of Cambridge, Phone DI 1-0480
Open Thursday, Friday till 9:00 p.m. — Saturday till 6:00 p.m.
Marjorie Rose Kaatz
Wed to Bruce Holberg
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, June 12, 1970-27
services and housing.
According to Mrs. Jackson,
some 400 persons are enrolled
in the various programs of
Operation Friendship. S o m e
never achieve self-sufficiency on
Michigan has more than 11,000
inland lakes and More than 36,-
000 miles of streams.
their return from hospitals, but
continue to be maintained by the
A special gathering is called for
5 p.m. Wednesday at Central
Methodist Church, where a club
program takes place Tuesday
mornings and Wednesday evenings.
There will be a dinner and dance
following the program, in which
participants will include clients as
well as Operation Friendship Di-
rector Adrienne James and NCJW's
Detroit Section President Mrs. Vic-
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CLUB ONE, Pioneer Women,
will hold a special meeting dedi-
cated to Beit Nehama Children's
Home in Israel, noon Tuesday at
Sholem Aleichem Institute, it was
announced by Mrs. Chana Michlin,
president. Tickets for the July 9
luncheon will be distributed. Mrs.
Sara Jacobs, Jewish National Fund
chairman, asks members to bring
their blue and white boxes for
clearing. Friends are invited.
Brunch will be served.
OAK PARK NSHEI C.HABAD
STUDY GROUP will meet 3:30
p.m. Saturday at the home of Mrs.
Aaron Brander, 24550 Radcliff.
Rabbi Brander will be guest
SAVE! `' SAVE!
MRS. BRUCE HOLBERG
Mr. and Mrs. Bertram Kaatz, of
York Rd., Huntington Woods, an-
nounce the marriage of their
daughter Marjorie Rose to Bruce
Holberg, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Holberg of Oak Crest CE.,
Oak Park. The wedding was held
at Temple Emanu-El.
Attending the bride as matron
of honor was her sister, Mrs.
Robert Beaubaire, of Deerfield,
Ill.; bridesmaids were Mary Jo
Rollins and Susan Dawkins. Lynn
Beaubaire was the flower girl. The
bridegroom's brother Roger was
best man, and ushering the guests
were Leon Kaatz, Robert Beau-
baire and Robert Winnick.
After a wedding trip to Nassau,
the newlyweds will make their
home in Southfield.
Detroit Socialites Plan
The Detroit Socialites will hold
its installation dinner-dance 6:30
p.m. Sunday at Holiday Inn, 10
Mile and Telegraph.
Music will be by Johnny C.
TOWN AND COUNTRY CHAP-
TER, Women's American ORT,
For reservations to the dinner or
will hold its annual honor roll din- 9 p.m. dance, call Bertha Feinberg, ;
ner-dance 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at UN 3-5228, or Mary Friedman,1
the Elmwood Casino, Windsor. The 546-6280.
following officers were recently
installed: Mesdames Jerome
Sallan, president: Gordon Abel,
Norman Goodman, Leo Schoen-
feld, Ernest Beren, Lee Weisberg
and William Lipton, vice presi-
Irving Markel, Herbert
Samovitz and Sol Cash, secretaries;
and Bernard Zaffern, treasurer.
NCJW Warns On
Russia in Mid East
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NEW YORK, (JTA)—The Soviet
Union's introduction of military
personnel into the Egyptian armed
forces is "patently calculated" to
test the strength of the U.S. com-
mitment to its interests in the
Middle East and to the survival
of Israel, the National Council of
Jewish Women asserted.
"The Soviet Union seems intent
on keeping that part of the world
in crisis, thereby diminishing
prospects for a political settle-
ment, while gaining ever increas-
ing political, economic and military
influence in the area," the state-
The statement was one of sev-
eral approved at a three-day ses-
sion of the NCJW executive board
Other positions in the state-
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ment concerned the right to
dissent, opposition to American
intervention both in South Viet-
nam and Cambodia and equal
rights for all Americans now.
The board denounced the ex-
pansion of U.S. niilitary involve-
ment into Cambodia and urged
President Nixon to withdraw
American military personnel from
Indochina without delay.
The statement cited the lives
lost domestically because of "con-
tinuing polarization" of the Ameri-
can society, referring specifically
to the killing of four students at
Kent University, two at Jackson
State College and the killings of
blacks in Augusta.
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