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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-06-07

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JFCS-Resettlement Service Annual Meeting Set

A panel presentation on
"Jewish Services for Jewish
Survival" will be the feature
of the combined annual
meeting of Jewish Family
and Children's Service and
Resettlement Service, 8 p.m.,
June 18 at United Hebrew
Schools.
Mrs. Sol C. Grossman,
president of Resettlement
Service, will describe the
problems encountered in
settling the vastly increased
number of Russian Jews who
have come to Detroit during
the past year. The Resettle-

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and social orientation, in co-
operation with volunteers and
community groups; with the
Jewish Vocational Service
handling efforts at' obtaining
jobs for refugees.
Hillary Gitstein, casework-
er on the JFCS staff and
project coordinator for
Kosher-Meals-on-Wheels, will
describe this program, co-
sponsored by National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women, Great-
er Detroit Section. Kosher-
Meals-on-Wheels started July
31, 1973, and has expanded
from serving 18 individuals
to the present 45, with two
meals per day, five days per
week. Miss Gitstein will de-
scribe the process of screen-
ing and coordinating case-
work services with the work
of the volunteers who co-

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ordinate the routes, pack and
deliver food to the partici-
pants.
Mrs. Sandra Weiss, case-
worker at JFCS, will focus
on "Jewish Content in Case-
work Services." She will dis-
cuss the meaning of Jewish-
ness to clients and how it is
handled in casework treat-
ment in relation to child-
rearing, problems of inter-
marriage, interpersonal rela-
tionships and problems of
aging.
At the annual meeting of
JFCS, Mrs. Joseph H.
Jackier, president, and Sam-
uel Lerner, executive direc-
tor, will give annual reports.
There will be special em-
phasis on programs and
agency activities concerning
the problem of poverty in the
Jewish community.
Amendments to the bylaws
and articles of incorporation
of JFCS will be presented by
the bylaws revision commit-
tee, chaired by Mrs. Charles
B. Lakoff.
Nominations of new board
members, officers and nom-
inating committee chairman
for 1974-5 will be presented
by Mrs. N. Brewster Broder,
chairman of the JFCS nom-
inating committee. Dr. Max
B. Winslow, chairman of Re-
settlement Service nomina-
ting committee, will present
the slate of proposed board
members and officers of Re-
settlement Service.
The public is invited. Mrs.
Bruce Thal and Mrs. Nor-
man D. Katz are co-chair-
men of the committee plan-
ning the annual meeting.

Brevities

The EIVIMET KELLY JR.
ALL-STAR CIRCUS featuring
Emmet Kelly Jr., and other
circus attractions, will be
held 4:30 -and 7:30 p.m. today
and 11 a.m., 3 and 7 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday at the
Bloomfield Expo Arena, be-
hind the Miracle Mile Shop-
ping Center. Tickets are
available at Hudson's, Grin-
nell's and the arena box of-
fice. The circus will be
filmed for airing in Septem-
ber on the ABC-TV show
"Over Seven."
* * *
The Southfield Alley Play-•
ers, comprised of members
of the Parents Without Part-
ners theater group, will pre-
sent "HEY, LOOK US
OVER," 8:30 p.m. today at
the Southfield Civic Center.
Guests are invited.
* * *

Oakland Branch, ASSOCIA-
TION OF UNIVERSITY
WOMEN, is collecting books
for its 28th annual book sale,
to be held Oct. 10-12 at Oak-
land Mall, with proceeds to be
used for scholarships. Donors
may deposit books in yellow
barrels at the A&P super-
markets at 11 Mile and
Coolidge Rds. and at 12 Mile
and Southfield Rds., Kroger's
stores at Campbell and 12
Mile Rds., in the Northwood
Center, and at Farmer Jack's
supermarkets, 9 Mile Rd.
nor Woodward Ave., 11 Mile
Lahser Rds. and 15 Mile
Rd. near Livernois Ave. To
have books picked up, call
Mrs. Wayne Wright, 641-8323,
or Mrs. Thomas Balfour,
541-3727.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, June 7, 1974-43

AJC-IEF Honors Temple Emanu-El
for Total Members' Involvement

Criterion Plans
Canada Outing

Criterion Club will leave 8
a.m. Saturday on the sea-
son's first excursion to
Canada. The weekend will
include d i n i n g, dancing,
sightseeing, and shopping
with headquarters at the
Guildwood Inn near Sarnia.
Officers will be installed
at the organization's annual
dinner-dance June 15 at
Northwood Inn. Guests are
invited.
Following its recent "May-
time Ball," the club con-
Allied Jewish Campaign-Israel Emergency Fund gen- tributed $125 to the Israeli
eral chairman William M. Davidson presented the special Soldiers' Relief Fund.
For information, call Ger-
award to Temple Emanu-El leaders. From left, Cantor Nor-
tie
Neuburger, 398-8266, or
man Rose, past president and 100 per cent committee chair-
Betty.
Weinberg, 559-5175.
man Milton Lucow, temple president Nathan Feldman,
Davidson, and Rabbi Milton Rosenbaum.
Character is the result of
a system of stereotyped prin-
A "one of a kind" presen- Dr. Conrad Good, Mrs. ciples.—David Hume.
tation was made to Temple Joseph Maltzer, Morton Wol
Emanu-El when AJC-IEF in and Nathan Feldman.
chairman William M. David- They, and the chairman of
son appeared at a temple the 100 per cent participation
directors' meeting to honor committee, Milton Lucow,
the congregation for its de- have provided a great deal
voted efforts of the past eight of the impetus for the total
years on behalf of the Israel participation plan."
Emergency Fund, according
Stollman said that subse-
to Philip Stollman, chairman quently other Detroit congre-
of the Congregational Coun- gations have committed them-
cil of the Jewish Welfare selves to total participation
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"We gratefully recognize
the generosity of the yearly
gifts from the congregation's
treasury as well as the mem-
bers' conscientious involve-
ment as individuals. Temple
Emanu-El's membership was
the first in Detroit to make
a total commitment of 100
per cent individual partici-
pation in the campaign."
Stollman continued, "I wish
to acknowledge the efforts of
the Temple Emanu-El presi-
dents of the last eight years,

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Cong. Bnai Israel of Pon-
tiac will have an art exhibi-
tion and auction 8 p.m. Sun-
day at the synagogue. There
will be a champagne preview
at 7.
Original oils, graphic s,
etchings land watercolors will
be • on display. Among the
artists chosen for the exhibi-
tion are Hibel, Mercier,
Rockwell, Dali, Nieman, Moti
and Appel.
There is an admission
charge. For reservations, call
Jack Bletstein, 542-5954.

Radomer to Meet

Radomer Aid Society will
hold a special meeting and
social 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at
the Workmen's Circle Cen-
ter. Discussion will center
on the annual dinner and
Israel Bond rally in June.

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