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June 08, 1973 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-06-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
10—Friday, June 8, 1973

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Fifth in Romania

Borman Hall to Service Elderly Living in Area

NEW YORK — The open-
ing of a new 19-bed nursing
home in the Transylvanian
town of Arad brought to 93
the total number of infirm
aged cared for in five such
institutions financed by the
Joint Distribution Committee,
and operated by the Federa-
tion of Jewish Communities
in Romania.
In addition to the new
home in Arad there are
three nursing homes 'in Bu-
charest and another in the
westetrn Moldavian town of
Dorohoi. These can still not
accommodate all of the ur-
gent nursing cases. There are
no empty beds and each of
the homes has a long waiting
list.
It costs the JDC about $75
per person per month to care
for elderly Jews in nursing
homes in Romania.
Funds are raised through
the United Jewish Appeal.

A comprehensive day care
program for the Jewish aged
will be resumed at Borman
Hall to provide supportive
services to the aged who con-
tinue to reside in the com-
munity.

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for busing, so transportation
will depend on the partici-
pants' proximity to the home
or on the willingness of fam-
ily members to drive them
there. For information, call
the social service department
at Borman Hall, 532-7112.
Milton K. Mahler is presi-
dent of the Jewish Home for
Aged.

Participants will be assist-
ed in planning individualized
programs of activities to
meet their personal needs.

Ira Sonnenblick, executive
director of the home, said
the concept was originated
locally ,by his agency more
than 25 years ago in the
home on Petoskey Ave. How-
ever, the population shift
compelled an end to the pro-
gram there.

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NEW YORK — Isaiah L.
Kenen of Washington, execu-
tive vice chairman of the
American Israel Public Af-
fairs Committee since 1954,
was elected chairman at a
meeting of the executive
committee.

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terviews with potential par- ability to pay, said Sonnen-
ticipants are completed, the blick.
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There are no current plans
Renewed plans include a va-
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personal interaction, as well
as religious observances.
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Sonnenblick added that re-
ligious services always have
been held at the home, and
any elderly person living in
the area may attend.
Fees for participation in
the renewed day care pro-
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of Cleveland, wha has served
as chairman since 1968, and
who was elected honorary
actively involved in the cause
of Israel for 30 years.

Director of information for
the Jewish Agency when the
UN took up the Palestine is-
sue in 1947, he occupied the
same post for the first Israel
UN delegation. He resigned
in 1951 to assume his present
tasks in Washington.

He is editor of the Near
East Report.

'U.S. Jewish Press
in Need of Support'

NEW YORK (JTA) — The
Jewish press in the United
States, hard hit by financial
woes and struggling to sur-
vive as a viable news force
will receive aid from Israel
in the form of advertising
from the Israeli government
and nongovernment firms, it
was announced here by Arye
Tzimuki, coordinator of the
World Union of Jewish Jour-
nalists.
Addressing a meeting of
Jewish journalists at the
Israeli Consulate General,
Tzimuki said that a special
Israel public committee to
support the Jewish press in
the U.S. concluded that the
Jewish press is an essential
tool in the battle against as-
similation and deserves eco-
nomic support. The Israeli
journalist was in the U.S. to
attend the annual meeting of
the American Jewish Press
Association in San Francisco.

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Ambassador David Rivlin,
Israel's consul general who
hosted the meeting here, ac•
cused the Israeli leadership
and the Israeli press of not
knowing "what American
Jewry is like." He also stated
that the Israeli press is negli-
gent in its coverage of the
American Jewish scene and
called for greater efforts
from Israel for American
Jewry.

The journalists represent-
ing the Jewish and Yiddish
press in this country who
attended the meeting com-
plained of the lack of rap-
port and viable relationship
between the Israeli and the
Jewish and Yiddish news
media in this country. They
urged economic support to
fulfill their function as news-
gathering agencies.

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