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February 06, 1970 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-02-06

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Women in Gear for Campaign Spring Wedding Slated

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by Deborah A. Chafetz

Checking the con-
' tents of a worker's
kit prior to the
pacesetter's meet-
ing of the women's
division of the 1970
Allied Jewish Cam-
paign-Israel Emer-
gency Fund are
(from left) Mrs.
Irving E. Goldman,
who hosted the
meeting at her
home; Mrs. Morris
H. Brown, pace-
setters chairman;
and Mrs. Joseph
H. Jackier, presi-
dent of the wom-


Kingergarteners' Parents to Be Kids for a Day

The parents of the Beth Hayeled recipes for play dough and finger
(nursery school and kindergarten) paint will be furnished.
of Cong. Shaarey Zedek will dab-
ble in paint, paste and clay in a
and unusual LAMPS &
Creative Arts Workshop 8:30 p.m.
Feb. 18 in the youth lounge of
FIXTURES is now available
Shaarey Zedek.
Mrs. Alva Dworkin, nursery
Lighting & Wall
school consultant with the State
Decor Gallery
Department of Social Services and
former art teacher, will conduct
24711 Coolidge at 10 Mile
the workshop. Refreshments will
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be served.
Anyone interested in "learning
by doing" is invited. Simple Classified Ads Get Quick Results


Lucky Saturday

en's divsion.

Nursing Home Volunteer Project
Expanding; More Aides Are Invited

Rabbi Leonard Cahan, chairman Arnold Faudman, president of
of the nursing home volunteer pro- JFCS, said the success of the pro-
ject of the Jewish Family and ject, with its 100 volunteers visit-
Children's Service, announced that ing some 150 nursing home resi-
the Farmington Nursing Home has dents, has led the agency to con-
been added to the growing list of sider the use of volunteers in
private nursing homes serviced by other areas of service under
Volunteer visiting teams, under the agency supervision.
* * *
supervision of the agency.
The Farmington home will he
Served by women from the Young
Israel sisterhoods.
The JFCS recruits, trains and
supervise teams of "friendly
visitors" who visit the aged and
lonely residents of private nursing
The sometimes forgotten people,
homes. This program was organ- tucked away because of old age
ized two years ago in recognition 1 and illness, have not been totally
of the fact that many residents I lost or shut away at the Mount
• have infrequent visitors and Vernon Nursing Center, Southfield.
through this program are given an
Dr. Jack M. Feldman, who re-
opportunity for social contacts.
opened the 218-bed, $3,000,-
The teams generally visit twice cently
000 nursing center, arranged to
a month and attempt to develop have Cantor Nicholas Fenakel's
a one-to-one relationship with the Golden Age Group entertain pa-
residents. Rabbi Cahan said the tients with their show, including
need for this type of service is dancing and group singing. At a
ever growing as the geriatric reception following the show, the
population expands, and any in- 35 members of the group visited
dividual or group interested in with the patients.
participating in this program
Cantor Fenakel's Golden Age
may call Mrs. Fayga Dombey,
staff coordinator for volunteer Group, sponsored by the Jewish
has been visiting the ill
services at DI 1-5959.
aged in the metropolitan area
At present, volunteer teams and
for the past 10 years. The group
service Bedford Villa, Temple is unique in that the youngest
Emanuel Sisterhood; Sherwood member is a mere 65, while the
I Hall, Beth Abraham Sisterhood; senior member at 96, dances to
Arnold Home, Temple Beth El Sis- one of the most up-tempo numbers
terhood; David Home, Beth Hillel in the program.

Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Chafetz

of .Heyden Ave., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter De-
borah Anne to Bruce Lawrence
Kinzer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben-
jamin Kinzer of Huntington Ave.
Miss Chafetz is a senior at the
University of Michigan. Mr. Kin-
zer, a graduate of Eastern Michi-
gan University, is working on a
masters degree in history at the
University of Michigan.
A June wedding is planned.

Golden Age Group,
Led by Cantor,
Entertains Patients Singles Map Day
at Camp Tamarack


Sisterhood; Farmington Nursing
Home, Young Israel Sisterhood
Villa Zion, Women's Orthodox Lea-
gue; and Northland Geriatric Cen-
ter, Americana Convalescent Cen-
ter and Heritage Home, by teams
of independent volunteers.

Lisbeth Koper of Pontiac
to Wed Mr. Jack Upfal

Commenting on the visit of the
Golden Age Group to Mount Ver-
non, Dr. Feldman pointed out
that "Onr approach to caring for
our patients is to try to provide
for their total needs, not just
their physical requirements. We
feel programs such as this are
very important in maintaining
the spirit of our patients. It is
very easy to loose sight of the
fact that for an elderly patient
an emotional lift can be almost
as important as the medical and
physical care they receive."
Dr. Feldman also stated he plans
to have a continuing program of
entertainment at Mount Vernon,
and as soon as they are available
Cantor Fenakel and the Golden
Age Group will be asked to present
another performance at the nurs-
ing center.

The Single Adults of the Jewish
Center are planning a day at Camp
Tamarack for Feb. 15. Participants
will pack a lunch and meet 9 a.m.
at the Center. There is a nominal
charge to nonmembers. For infor-
mation, contact the Group Services
Division, DI 1-4200.
* * *
The Single Adults will hear Jim
Missildin e, a Fundamentalist
Christian of Elim House, speak on
"Can Anti-Semitism be Over-
come?" 8:30 p.m. Feb. 17 at the
Jewish Center. There is a charge
to nonmembers.
* * *
A membership brunch will be
held by the Single Adults 11 a.m.
March 1 at the Center. For reser-
vations, sign up at the meeting
Feb. 17 or call Ralph Sirotkin in
group services. There will be an
admission charge.

Astrology in the Stars
for Criterion Members

Mr. and Mrs. Irving Koper of
Birch Harbor Ln., Pontiac, an-
! nounce the engagement of their
daughter Lisbeth Mann to Jack
%till. son of Mr. and Mrs. Char-
les Upfal of Pierce Ave., South-
Mr. Upfal was graduated from
Wayne State University and is pre-
sently a third-year dental student
at the University of Michigan.
Miss Koper is a senior at U-M.
.11L'Elay 6 wedding Ls planned.

Friday, February 6, 1970-23


Criterion Club for single adults
will present a two-part program
8:30 p.m. Tuesday at Oak Park
Community Center, it is announced
by Sally Sidran, club adviser.
"What do the Stars Say of the
Future?" will be the subject of a
horoscope analysis by astrologer
Velma Benham and "Oakland
County--1970" will be a color-slide
presentation by Oakland County
Supervisor Lawrence R. Pernick,
showing the growth of Oak Park

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