THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
32—Friday, June 22, 1973
The U.S. Senate Friday
confirmed the nomination of
former Sen. KENNETH
KEATING as the new Ameri-
can ambassador to Israel.
The nomination was routine-
ly approved by a voice vote
without dissent. Keating re-
places Walworth Barbour.
He will assume his post next
The appointment of JACK
BOEKO, executive director
of the New Orleans, La.,
Jewish Community Center,
as a community consultant
for the National Jewish Wel-
fare Board, was announced
by Herbert Millman, execu-
tive vice-president of JWB.
counseling are used, said
Lerner, there has been a
growth in the use of family
BY POPULAR DEMAND!
and group therapy.
Now Booking . . .
During 1972 the agency
conducted 13,199 office inter-
and His Orchestra
views, 2,815 home visits and
20,032 telephone contacts. In
addition, the staff gave serv-
ice to Hillel Day School,
United Hebrew Schools, PAD
• Weddings • Bar Mitzvos
(Program Alternatives to
• Commercial & Advertising
Drugs), Oak Park Depart-
MISS RICKI STORK
IN YOUR HOME
Federation Apartments and
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stork
Haverim House (for retard-
• 26001 COOLIDGE HWY.
ed). A total of 171 clients of Toronto announce the en- •
participated in 21 groups gagement of their daughter •
which met for group therapy Ricki to Sandy Snider, son
or as part of the agency's
Satisfied Customer Is
Our First Concern
velopment discussion pro-
A total 665 days of foster
Complete Selection , including the Finest 14 Kt. Gold Jewelry
home care were provided to
See Morris or Joel Wotnick
eight children, and 3,655 days
MRS. JOSEPH JACKIER
of care to 13 children in resi-
homes. When it is complete, dential care facilities such
he said, the agency will be as Bellefaire, Orchards and
able to recommend those special schools.
to 9 p.m.
A feature of the annual
homes where patients get
Birmingham (Near Crowley's)
meeting was a musical pre-
proper service and care.
sentation by violinist Michael
Mrs. Joseph Jackier
was elected president of the Lefkowitz, a member of a
board of directors of the refugee family
and settled here
FREE ESTIMATE AT STUDIO
JFCS at the meeting, held this country
in the Standard-City Club. by Resettlement Service. He
Interior Decorator Service Available
She succeeds Herbert P. is studying under Mischa
Sillman. Mrs. Sol C. Gross- Mischakoff and is attending
man was re-elected presi- Wayne State University.
Mrs. Grossman noted that
dent of Resettlement Service.
his appearance highlighted
Mrs. Jackier, former chair-
man of the women's division the services of Resettlement
of the Allied Jewish Cam- Service.
paign, has chaired the volun-
teer services and family noted that from June 1972 to
service committees of the May 1973, the agency assist-
We Cater for All Occasions—Seating for 400.
JFCS. ed 24 families — 71 indi-
viduals who had come in
Lerner, who marked his
10th year as director of JFCS recent years from Russia.
and Resettlement Service, Romania, Poland, Cuba and
said the volunteer corps has Egypt. Resettlement Service
grown to 80 volunteers who provided food, clothing, hous-
regularly visit 250 persons ing; referred them for medi-
in 14 nursing homes. There cal and dental care; and for
also are 30 volunteers who vocational counseling and
offer person-to-person serv- educational opportunity.
Joseph Garson and Nor-
ice by telephone and home
visits, doing errands and man H. Rosenfeld were
Love comes at every age
driving the aged for shop- elected vice presidents of
ping or to doctor appoint- JFCS and Mrs. • Hugh W.
ARNOLD LAKIND — PHOTOGRAPHER
Greenberg treasurer. To the
The director reported that board of JFCS the following
there is no significant wait- were elected: Mrs. Jacob
ing list for children requiring, Alspector, Dr. George Blum,
home placement or for fami- Dr. Milton K. Miller, Mrs.
lies needing counseling and Frederick Shevin, Robert L.
casework help. There has Siegel, Mrs. Milton Shiffman,
been an increase to 15, on Charles Snider, Mrs. Wil-
the homemaker staff, he liam M. Wetsman, Mrs.
added, pointing out that this Robert Kasle and David
service has become a prior- Page.
For Resettlement Service,
ity item for both JFCS and
United Community Services. Mrs. Arnold Frank was re-
During 1972, JFCS home- elected vice president; Mrs.
Are you aware that the mayor and council of
makers gave 25,415 hours of Philip Marcuse, secretary;
service to 59 families, includ- and Dr. Max Winslow, treas-
The City of Oak Park are considering an Ordi-
ing motherless homes with urer. For three-year terms
nance to take away your rights of utilizing a
young children, isolated and to the board, the following
display sign on your own property to assist you
aged persons living alone were re-elected: Walter Herz,
in selling your home if you desire not to hire a
and families struggling with Norman Katz, Mrs. Julian
Krolik, Nathan Milstein,
Real Estate Broker and pay a commission?
Lerner said possible ex- David Rosin, Harley Selling
pansion of agency services and Jack Stattman. Elected
I Shirley Cash, realtor. am wondering whose
in the future may include for a first three-year term
interest does the mayor and council have in
companions for the elderly were: Mrs. Milton Doner,
mind, or at stake? The Realtors, or the Public?
and foster homes for the Sidney Kaye and Dr. Ellis
aged who thereby might be Rifkin.
SIZES 7 to 14
Even though the passage of an Ordinance pro-
kept from nursing home
hibiting for sale signs on your own property
He said it is anticipated lisher of 'Brazil's largest
would enhance my business by forcing you,
that "middle-class poor" circulation weekly. magazine,
more or less, to go to a broker and pay a
families and the economical- Manchete, and other illus-
ly strapped of all income trated magazines, was deco-
commission, I feel every property owner should
levels will continue to turn rated with the French Legion
have the right to advertise the sale of their
to agencies such as JFCS of Honor. LEON HIRSZMAN,
home by owner with a sign on their property.
for marital counseling and a popular film director, re-
25603 Coolidge, Oak Park
casework help, despite the ceived the annual "Margar-
Between 10-101/2 Mile Road
PD. - FOR - BY
increase in number of pri-
Hours: 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
vate agencies offering such National Conference of Bra-
Michigan BankAmericard and Master Charge Accepted
zil's Bishops for his film,
Although many forms of "Sao Bernardo."
JFCS Report Anticipates Increased
Service to Aged; Mrs. Joseph Jackier
Heads Family, Children's Service
Sa1Jdy Snider Plays
to Ti'd Torontolliss
In the past 10 years, the by JFCS Executive Director
Jewish Family and Chil- Samuel Lerner, who deliver-
dren's Service has seen a ed his report at the annual
shift in services to the aged, meeting of the agency and
from 5-8 per cent of the total Resettlement Service.
caseload in 1963, to almost
Lerner also noted that the
JFCS has undertaken a
20 per cent in 1973.
Further increases in the qualitative study of nursing
coming years are anticipated
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