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August 30, 1974 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-08-30

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r• -••••••••••••••••••.44 Winkelman Has ,JFCS Seeking More Volunteers
• •
The Jewls'a Family and
• •
Write-In Post
i. ,
Children's Service's volun-

• •

&

Stanlay Winkelman discov-
• • HOUSEHOLD SALES i ered, just before the recent teer program is recruiting
\ •
men and women, ages 17-70,
s
IN YOUR HOME
1 :, primary election, that there
.
to help needy Jewish resi-
1 • ESTATES LIQUIDATED •I was no Democratic candidate
dents throughout metropoli-

MARION GASPAS 0• for delegate on the ballot in tan Detroit.

tel

626-8402
626-6795 r e the Farmington area. He
, •
Volunteers assist nursing
I., wrote in his own name, two

IRENE EAGLE


home residents, handicaped,

626-4769
626-8907 • others did the writing-in, and
home-bound individuals and
evi ■ o•••• ■■ •••••****.e,R•4•16 he was elected by three votes.
Russian immigrants.
There are now 146 volun-
teers, according to Fayga
Dombey, JFCS volunteer co-
ordinator and social worker.
Their assignments include
I are you going to have a
driving seniors and immi-
ball, when you see what
grants to medical and thera-
peutic appointments, helping
we have for FALL
Russian families resettle in
Detroit, translating and
teaching English to new-
comers, shopping for the
elderly or handicaped and
developing a "friendly visi-

r

GIRLS

SPORTIN
GAL

Kosher Recipes

A new kosher recipes publi-
cation will be distributed
free by the Kosher is Beauti-
ful Foundation of the Inter-
national Kosher Food Expo-
sition. Rabbi H. Judah Hur-
witz, honorary chairman,
announced that the kosh-
er recipes leaflet is be-
ing prepared by the com-
munity service division of the
foundation, and will be sent
free to all who request it,
and send a stamped, self-
addressed envelope to the In-
ternational Kosher Food Ex-
position, POB 11, Lawrence,
N.Y. 11559.

2399 Coolidge

(Next to Tastee Freez)

Has a store filled with gorgeous clothes

lust waiting to be loved and put in a

good home by someone who will care

for them. Are you that person. We

think- you are---come see for yourself.

Z orraitze



Sound money is the kind
that jingles in a fellow's
pocket.

natahe

Mrs. George Barr, left, and
Mrs. Gerald Licht, are two
of the Jewish Family and
Children's Service volunteers
who help immigrant families
settle into a new home.
* * *
tor" relationship with a
housebound individual.
Hours are flexible and de-
termined by personal avail-
ability. Volunteers work week
days, unless otherwise pre-
ferred. Transportation is
helpful, but not required.
Training is optional, but
desirable. A volunteer insti-
tute is held annually to ac-
quaint volunteers with agen-
cy procedure and to discuss
various aspects of volunteer
service.
Another annual event is the
awards luncheon. All volun-
teers are invited for special
recognition.
Men are encouraged to
participate. Persons who
have time and would like to
donate their services, may
call Mrs. Dombey, at the
Jewish Family and Chil-
dren's Service, 341-5959.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, August 30, 1974-33

Dystrophy Telethon Needs Volunteers

More than 3,000 volunteers
are needed to answer phones
and record pledges during
the 20-hour-long Jerry Lewis
Labor Day Telethon for Mus-
cular Dystrophy on Sunday
and Monday.
Volunteers age 18 and over
can report to the telephone
center nearest their home for
five hour shifts. Centers in-
clude Northland, Eastland,
Westland and Pontiac shop-
ping centers, and the Shera-
ton-Cadillac Hotel.
Persons wishing to volun-
teer may call telethon head-
quarters, 399-8805.
Representatives of organi-

zations in the Jewish com-
munity are invited to appear
on camera during locally
televised segments of the
telethon.
The show will emanate live
from the Sahara Hotel in Las
Vegas with hourly cut aways
to WKBD, Channel 50.
A free brochure, "Put
Yourself in the Picture" is
available to organizations
wishing to appear on the
telephon by calling the local
Muscular Dystrophy office,
863-7972.

Installation Planned

Radomer Mutual Society
of Detroit will have its an-
nual installation — dinner 7
p.m. Sept. 8 at
Labor
Zionist Institute.
For reservations, call Sally
Tuchklaper, 545-3558. Elea-
nor Manela, 353-2926, or
Edith Kozlowski, 647-5080.
Guests are invited.

.

34 e artin- eAvict
O rc4e3tra

The Modern Sound of Distinction

From Solo Piano to Large Orchestra

MARTIN KOSINS

546-7558,

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Sam Says

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No gimmicks, no coupons, no limits —
Compare our prices daily

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.

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1/2 gal.

55(

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TOMATOES

lb 19

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24-oz. Jar

$

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