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February 08, 1974 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-02-08

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AS Rehab Workshop Wins Accreditation

There is a great need for
jobs for Russian immigrants
who are arriving in Detroit,
according to Bruce E. Thal,
president of the Jewish Vo-
cational Service-Community
Workshop.
"While JVS has been suc-
cessful in placing several
immigrants in the past few

G.aricatores-

for your party

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Tuttleman-Berman
Rites Solemnized



JEWELRY

399-1320

"There has been great sup-
port from the community so
far. Many people have been
quite involved in seeking
openings for the immigrants,
"including Robert M. Zell,
chairman of the JVS job

months, we need more posi-
tions for these new arrivals,"
said Thal. "We've been told
to expect an increase in the
number of immigrants to De-
troit. That increase, coupled
with the economic forecast
and rising unemployment in
Michigan, means that place-
ment will be more difficult
than before."
Cooperation from those
who know of jobs within
their companies or who
are aware of other posi-
tions where newcomers may
be placed is essential, Thal
added. Many immigrants do
not speak English, so a job
where verbal skill is unim-
portant is necessary in many
cases.

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Phone 542-4455

BERNARD'S

Kosher Meat &
Poultry Market

Member Detroit Retail
Kosher Meat Dealers Assoc.

Has Moved from W. 7 Mile Rd. to

13925 W. 9 Mile Rd., (3 Blks. W. of Coolidge)
Oak Park
398-3180

We Have A
Complete Line of Kosher Meat & Poultry of Highest Quality ,

Denise Laurel Berman be-
came the bride of Marc Eric
Tuttleman in a recent cere-
mony at Adat Shalom Syna-
gogue. Rabbi Jacob Segal of-
ficiated.
The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. David Ber-
man of Alta Vista Ave.,
Southfield. Parents of the
bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs.
Oscar Tuttleman of Ledge-
stone- Ave., Southfield.
Maid of honor was Ellen
Rossen. Bridesmaids were
Randi Berman, Andrea Gold-
berg, Dharlene Katzman and
Elyse Tuttleman, sister of
the bridegroom.
Best man was Sandy Lip-
man. Ushers were Kenneth
Berman, brother of the bride,
Earl Berris, Robert Briskin,
Larry Macomber and Eric
Tuttleman.
Following a honeymoon in
Barbados, the couple will live
in Oak Park.

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in her pay. If I could not
doubt, I should not believe.
—Henry David Thoreau.

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Sinai Hospital's department
of psychiatry will hold a two-
day seminar on "How to Tell
Your Children What They've
Always Wanted to Know
About Sex," 8:30 a.m.-6:15
p.m. Feb. 23 and 9 a.m.-6
p.m. Feb. 24 at the hospital.
The workshop, coordinated
by Dr. Pearsall, chief of
Sinai's problems of daily liv-
ing clinic, and coordinator of
the workshop, is intended for
parents and teachers who
want to effectively handle
this issue with children, ad-
olescents or young adults
whom they influence.
Films, brief lectures and
small group discussions will

be used to examine such
topics as conception, preg-
nancy and delivery, sexuality
in children, adolescents and
young adults, the human sex-
ual response cycle, contro-
versies in human sexuality
and problems of sexual com-
munication.
There is a charge for the
workshop. For information,
call Dr. Pearsall at the hos-
pital, 272-6000, ext. 8821.

MICHAEL KAPLIT
Photography

SHIRLEY PERSIN

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French or Chefs
Italian

placement committee, said
Thal.
According to Jewish Vo-
cational Service statistics,
the refugees arriving in De-
troit are varied in profession.
Some are skilled mechanics,
painters, and factory work-
ers. Others are professionals
in sciences and in fields such
as accounting. A number are
professional musicians.
JVS is continuously involv-
in developing job opportuni-
ties for the immigrants,
sometimes placing them in
temporary positions until
their verbal skill is good
enough to enable them to
function well in their own
profession, said Thal.
Besides the JVS-CW, an-
other Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration A g e n c y, Resettle-
ment Service, helps with de-
tails of obtaining housing,
finding language classes and
providing orientation.
Anyone who can help with
job placement is asked to
contact Kal Tillem at the
JVS-CW offices, 833-8100.
In another development at
JVS-CW, rehabilitation work-
shop facilities were accredit-
ed by the Commission on
Accreditation of Rehabilita-
tion Facilities (CARF) for a
three-year period.
JVS-CW was the first De-
t r o i t area rehabilitation
workshop to be awarded ac-
creditation byCARF.
The agency provides ex-
tensive vocational counseling,
vocational evaluation, shel-
tered workshop and job
placement services to area
residents with physical and
emotional impairments. Dur-
ing 1973, more than 400
clients were served in this
facility.
The Community Workshop
chairman, Gerson B. Bern-
stein, reported that during
the past year JVS-CW de-
veloped a new program to
serve the Jewish aged and
an acculturation program
geared to meet the social
and cultural needs, of Jewish
retarded clients.
For the past year, JVS-
CW has been busing a group
of elderly residents of Fed-
eration Apartments to its
Woodward Ave. f a ci l i t y
where they are engaged in a
variety of subcontract work
activities.
More recently, as a result
of a grant from the Jewish
Community Foundation,
JVS-CW has instituted a cul-
tural enrichment program
for Jewish retarded.
The retarded clients are
taken on special outings to
museums and theaters. They
are familiarized with the re-
ligious and historical signifi-
cance of the Jewish holidays.
As a result of a current
events discussion with this
group, they conducted their
own campaign on behalf of
the Israel Emergency Fund
and raised several hundred
dollars.
JVS-CW, which has been
in the Detroit community for
more than 30 years, was
awarded accreditation after
an extensive survey of its
facilities and program by
a CARF team. The agency
is a member agency of Jew-
ish Welfare Federation arid
the United Community Serv-
ices and provides rehabili-
tation service s to Michi-
gan Vocational Rehabilitation
Services.

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