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November 05, 1971 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-11-05

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Friday, :ffin► lialbar S, 1971-33

Drtroiter,Writes-Novet.
About Holocaust

To Oedicate- Vocational Service Bldg.,
Arnold E.Frank Community. Workshop
at Special Program Next Tuesday

We are apt - to believe - what the
Detroiter Hyman Shenkman,
orid believes about us
survivor of the Holocaust,
-George Eliot. a
has written a documentary
novel, "The Partisans Against the
Nazi War Machine,” 'published by
Jonathan David (68-22 Eliot,
Middle Village, N. Y. 11379).
The announcement a publica-
tion describes the book as not
"just another catalogue of tra-
gedy; it is a book that celebrates
life. It celebrates man's ability
and desire to live even in the face
of death. It celebrates the victory
that comes with man's determina-
NEW COMMUNITY WORKSHOP
tion to overcome evil. It portrays
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the effectiveness of a small but
A complete vocational, counsel- Gerald Goldstein, JVS-C'W as-
devoted group of partisans that
dedicated itself to the elimination ing and rehabilitation center to be sistant executive director, said the
used by people of all faiths and new facility provides "three times
of Nazi power."
races in the metropolitan De- as much work area as the old
MRS. JEROME B. GROSSMAN troit area will be dedicated Tues- building.
and MRS. MYRA WOLFGANG day.
"The Community Workshop is
were among the women reappoint-
Funding for the new center was set up to provide a real work set-
ed Tuesday to the Michigan Wom- provided through an unusual ting for the handicapped person,
en's Commission by Gov. Milliken. federal grant and from contribu- and provides him with a specific
tions of private individuals and job. There's a foreman in charge,
hear ReauliSaLn & anstiritie
community agencies.
and the workshop has all the
NORTHLAND CENTER
The new Jewish Vocational characteristics of a factory in
-LOT -
Service
building
and
Arnold
E.
competitive
industry," Goldstein
and his. ORCHESTRA
FACING GREENFIELD
Frank Community Workshop was said,
"Music of its Best
built
to
expand
rehabilitation
They
perform
bench work,
for Your Guests"
services for mentally and physi- simple assembly jobs, and light
cally
handicaped
people.
machine work on a subcontract
557-7986
Frederick Sachs, an acting as- basis -with various industries in the
************************** sistant he alt h, education, and metropolitan area, and are paid
HELIUM-
welfare comihissioner, will be the according to minimum wage
PARTY BALLOONS
THE FINEST OF TALENT
principal speaker for the event laWs," he said.
The Jewish Vocational Service
CARRICATURES
• ALAN MERRICK
that is scheduled to begin at 3
International Singing Sensation
p.m.. at the new facility, 4250 provides counseling and guidance
COMEDIANS
for
the non-disabled community,
Woodward.

- * CHARLES PHILLIPS GROUP
MUSIC
Sachs, a native Detroiter and a he said. In addition to such serv-
Now trt Duffy's,- Union Lake
4 , umvmmiss
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graduate of Wayne State Uni- ices as youth counseling, scholar-
trauma
4 ' versity, was previously affiliated ship assistance and draft counsel-
4
Zrami
n't _ -*GEORGE MARTIN ORCHESTRA
SCHWARTZ
4'. 356.85.3.
-.Now-at Sheraton, Metro-Airport
with the Jewish Vocational Service ing, it also provides free employ-
ment placement service.
350.411525 4` before going to Washington.
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Cohen said, "The building loca-
Albert Cohen, executive director
of the Jewish Vocational Service tion was chosen for accessibility
and Community Workshop, said to the entire metropolitan area. It
Nationally Advertised the
federal grant was secured is centrally located and is par-
from the Social and Rehabilitation ticularly accessible to the disad-
Service of the U. S. Department vantaged living in the core city."
The architects for the new facil-
of HEW.
• LILYETTE • POIRETTE
"This was the first grant ity were O'Dell, Hewlett &
• MARDI BRAS • GODDES (totaling nearly $500,000) of its Luckenbach, Inc. in association
kind in the state of Michigan and with Norman J. Levey .
• GOSSARD • BIENJOLIE
Robert E. Greager, spokesman
one of-the few such grants of its
4: LILLY OF FRANCE
type in the United .States," Cohen for the architectural firm, said,
"The
opening of the new JVS of-
ACCENTUETTE - 2
said.
and the Arnold E. Frank
• Also Our BOadtifui Lingerie
The total cost of the building fices
Community Workshop signals the
was . $1,200,000, and substan- rehabilitation
of 46,000 square feet
U21 , supplementary contributions
of
space within the core city and
were made'.bY local sources, in- confirms the faith of one Detroit
clucrmg the United Jewish Chari- organization which chose not to
INTIMATE APPAREL
ties, the • United Foundation relocate in the suburbs."
FORMERLY FROM PIERCE ST.
Personalized Set dm by Graduate Corsetieres

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GREEN-8 SUBURBAN
ONLY!

Pre-Holiday
Clean Up_Sale!

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And air.illghs. Th.*.

capital fund division, board of
trustees and friends, Cohen said.

"The largest single public dona-
tion was $75,000 from the estate
of Arnold E. Frank. In addition,
Mrs, Arnold. E. Frank gave an-
other_ $35,900," _ Cohen said.
. Airs. Frank, who will speak at
the dedication, is a member
of the executive committee of the
Jewish Vocational Service board
of trustees,. and is secretary-elect
for the coming year
Cohen explained that the Com-
munity Workshop division of the
Jewish Vocational Service had
been operating•iir.a:sznall building
at' Brush and - Monroe in 'Detroit.
"This -.presented many barriers
to: servicing handicapped persons,
including steps to enter the preni-
iseS =and - other inadequate facilities
for the wheelchair cases," he- said.
-Because of these problems and
studies- by. the United Community
Services -and the .Michigan
sion of- Vocational Rehabilitation,
•the need became apparent to im-
proie and.-exPand the Orogiam for
handicapped persons, specifically
those -having psychological and

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Happy as a Lark with the Pictures
in your Honig or Office

Let's face it . many of the pictures that you have had for years
are for the birds.Furniture arid:carpeting must be replaced
from time .to' time because they wear out physically. But pictures don't
They wear out esthetically. Or; more accurately: You change
your tastes•improve .-Your values enlarge.
-Look around you Have your pictures.lept Up.wittrybu?
COme in and IV us:meaitire up your mirldrfornevi:pictures.

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Print prices start at $1.50

THE ROBERT THOM GALLERY

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Paintings •Sculgiure • Graphics • Repiicae• Prints • FraMing
;Upper 1eiyal_•,Shopio1 Merrillwocid • 251 Merrill. Birmingham



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social disabilities.
The new building was built. to

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exacting federal specifications for

a vocational 'rehabilitation facility.
"The building has-no architectural
barriers to best .service handi-
capped persons," Cohen said. •
One feature_ of the building is
the Conintunity Workshop .
is located on one floor at ground
level,. With no steps. Also the
bedding - features special toilet,'
lelephina and other necessary
faillides fie wheelchair cases.

OP School Officials
Hear Request for Start
of Hebrew Studies

Oak Park school authorities re-
sponded sympathetically to re-
quests for introduction of Jewish
courses in junior and high school
curricula.
The need was presented to a
nnmmittee from the Oak Park
schools by Jack Gunsaulus, orga-
nizer of the Hebrew Action League.
who was - accompanied by- Prof.
George Barahal, at a meeting at
which Dr. Clifford May presided.

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HOT PANT

& RUFFLED SKIRT

Was $62 Now $31

SATURDAY

50

$

QUILTED ROBES!
HOSTESS ROBES!

Were $16 to $21

SATURDAY!

A number of community
spokesmen who participated in
the meeting Oct. - 28, at the Oak
Park- School Administration
Building, emphasized that the
general subject needs. study but
that introduction of Hebrew Ian-
guage courses should be consid-
ered an immediate need.
Responding to such a proposal
made by Walter L. Klein, Rabb
Tames I. Gordon, Philip Slam°.
vitz, Rabbi Milton Rosenbaum,
..taibbiGerald Teller and Ronald
Rothstei
n, the school authoritie:
said prompt consideration will be
given to the proposal. "
Heads of various departments
in the Oak Park school system
participated in the deliberations.

PANT, SUITS!
COSTUMES!
COATS !

JAMES H. WINEMAN, chair
man of the Detroit Convention
Bureau, announced the appoint-
ment of JOSEPH McMULLIN as
associate manager-promotion.

saturday,
SHOP 9:30 till 9!

EXACTLY '

1 12.

PRICE

Were $58 to $210

SATURDAY!

EXACTLY

lh PRICE!

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