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May 16, 1975 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-05-16

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Fritic y,

16, 1975'

THE DETROIT

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Jewish Center Lists Classes

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A series of four-week
mini-programs for pre-
school youngsters will be
offered by the Jewish Com-
munity Center, beginning
June 1.
', -The Mini-Programs offer
youngsters experiences in
arts and crafts, naturelore,
and Jewish and Israeli cul-

ture. Youngsters may be
enrolled by mail.
The Jewish Center physi-
cal education department
will offer a series of mini-
courses in Yoga, Gymnas-
tics and Karate starting at
the end of this month. Reg-
istration is now open.
Registration will open to
the community for next
fall's semester of the Jew-
LZA Branch
ish Center Nursery start-
Slates Meeting
ing Monday. Members and
non-members may enroll ,
Branch Seven, LabOr their youngsters in this
Zionist Alliance, will meet 6 preschool program which
p.m. Sunday in the Franklin emphasizes physical, so-
Pointe Apts. club house.
cial, emotional and crea-
The Gerald Freedmans tive growth, along with
will give an illustrated talk Jewish and Israeli culture
on their recent trip to and language.
China. For information and
For information on 'Cen-.
reservations, call Frieda ter activities, contact-the '-
Faigin, 342-6318, or Lorri- group services office,_
-
ane Tannis, 557-5538.
341-4200.

Activities
in Society

`Tender Loving Greed' is Norm
in U.S. pursing Homes for Aged

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hor-
nun gw ere h onored a a su
The nursing home scandal
prise buffet May 4 at the
Northgate Apts. club house brewing in New York which
on the occasion of their 25th has touched prominent fig-
wedding anniversary. Hon- ures in the Jewish commu-
oring their parents were nity is part of a nation-wide
Barbara, Touby and Joey. epidemic according to au-
The couple received many thor Mary Adelaide Mendel-
telegrams, including one son, who calls her book
from their son Ricky Zahar, "Tender Loving Greed"
serving as a tankist in the . (Vintage Books) an "in-
dictment of the conditions
Israeli Army.
widely prevalent in the
* *
American nursing home in-
For er Detroiters'Dr. dustry."
-
Albert Zager of West Los
Mrs. Mendelson formerly
Angeles and Dr. Harry H.
worked with Sen. Frank
Kay of Los Angeles are
among the guests who will Moss' Senate subcommittee
attend Wayne State Univer- on long term- care, and
sity Medical School's annual helped provide some of the
clinic day and alumni reu- evidence used in the recent
New York hearings against
nion to be held Wednesday
Bernard ergman.

good one, for all to 0 often imeets s have
go v elaborate
tnen rr n
the nursing homein dustry
governing nursing
does behave' like a v ending homes, but those regula-
machine. All that's wrong tions remain unenforced at-
with his statement is the an levels of government, and .
numbers.
for good reason: there is no
"It would be more -ac- will to enforce, and a lot of
curate to say that govern- money to be made by nonen-. •
ment is putting in ten forcement. •
cents for the nickel. bar,
"As long as that will is
and not always getting Jacking, new regulations
even that; furthermore, if will only lull the public with
the operators continue to the illusion of progre
be successful in lobbying
Mrs. Mendelson's
for higher rates, soon the is a stinging indictment of
taxpayers will be paying a a national tragedy. Heav-
quarter for that same ily documented .
by her 10
nickel bar.
• "There is an ironic side- years of research,. Mrs.
Mendelson gives a com-
light to the image of the plete account of what pa-
nursing home as vending tients can expect, what to
machine. Almost every lookfor in a nursing home,
The subcommittee dis
One part of knowledge.
home I have visited actually and the reasons why there
puted some of Mrs. Mendel _ has at least one such ma-
consists in being ignorant of
• such things as are not - wor-
son's findings, and tried to chine, and often I have, has been no improvement
thy to be known. -
discourage publication of watched patients putting in despite periodic scandals
Temple Beth El will have
its high school graduation and Richard Strichartz, her book in hardcover by their coins for candy•or ciga- and politicians' speeches.
"Tender Loving Greed" is
and 'consecration ceremo- chairman of the religious Knopf a year ago. The rettes.. - Many times, far,
an eye-opening, easy-to-
"new" scandal has erupted more often than seems the
nies 8:30 p.m. today in the school committee.
read account of what is the
At 10 a.m. confirmation since its publication.
temple. Senior class speak-
case with machines, else- norm in institutional care in
ers will be Faye A. Jansky exercises Saturday, Rabbis
Mrs. Mendelson outlines I where, I have watched the the
U.S. today.
and Richard A. Isenberg. Hertz and Schwartz will in her book the large num- patient feebly bang the
confirm
62
students.
ber
of
schemes
that
nurs-
Rabbi Richard C. Hertz will
machine, and get nothing,
for your party
Freddy Sheyer
speak on "125 Years of Re-
ing home owners use to ex- not even his money back.
One Man Orchestra
form Judaism."
act the most profit through
"Nor does the standard
By
Standards to Rock
the least amount of care, line of most nursing home
Presentation of diplomas,
singing guitarist w/Auto Drum
the indifference of govern- critics — more regulation
prayer 'books and 'awards
also plays violin and strolls
mental agencies to enforc- will produce better care
-will be made to the students
Music for all ages
ing
existing
laws,
and
the
by Rabbi Jeffrey B. Lazar,
Dr. - and Mrs. Murray
make sense in the light of
$20 Wedding Ceremony
temple educational director; - Green of Sharon Ln., South- mistaken belief fostered by nursing home realities.
398-2462
Jay W. Allen, president of field, announce the engage- the nursing home industry .State and federal govern-
Call
that
more
money
from
the temple; Rabbi Dannel I. ment of their daughter San-
pa-
Wedding
Bar Mitzva
SchWartz; Lee J. Marks, _ dra to Dr. Daniel Panush, tients and government Hebrew School
men s club president; Stuart son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Pan- would correct poor condi-
Benefit Planned'
A. Graff, immediate past ush of Oak Crest D.t., Farm- . tions.
very reasonable
Two examples from Mrs.
president of the men's club; ington. An August wedding
A benefit foc the Hebrew
Mendelson's book illustrate Day School of Ann Arbor, a
is planned.
her points: she quotes Saul Solomon Schechter School,
"For A Lucky Lady"
Gary Sussman
*
Tobias, a Massachusetts will be held 1:30 p.m. June 8
nursing
home
operator
who
A futuristic number seven in 14Kt. yellow
Mrs. Betty Wixon of Lon-
at Pioneer High School, Ann
•■•■•
:gold with eleven diamonds, $666.00.
don, England, announces testified before - the Senate Arbor.
- FIRESTONE
the engagement of her subcommittee on long term
Bozo the Clown and' Mr.
• 14.8 18 kt. Gold Jewelry
JEWELRY
daughter Sandra Anita to Care in Boston.
Whoodini
will
entertain.


• Sterling Silver Jewelry
"Tobias compared the sit- Tickets • will be available at
Jay Robert Kohlenberg, son
• Diamonds & other Precious gems
SUITE 31$ ADVANCE BLDG.
of Mr. and Mrs. David Koh- uation of the nursing home' the door.
to that of a vending ma-
23077Greenfield at 9 Mile
lenberg of LaLoire Ave.,
• Watches & Giftware .
The school, which will
(313) 5571860
Southfield. An August wed- chine: 'The nursing home is begin its first kindergarten

the vending machine; the', class in September, offers a
,
ding
is
planned.
"The ultimate In custom
welfare department is the secular curriculum in addi-
Instant Photo and
* * *
design jewelry"
customer. If the customer tion to Hebrew language
Mirrored Back Buttons
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Ver- wants the ten-cent bar and and Judaica. .
nick• of Pearson Ave. Oak puts in a nickel, don't bang
by JEFF .
THIE JEWELRY CELLAR, INC.
Available for Bar Mitzvas,
Latin Jews Back
Park, announce the engage- the vending machine. It gave
29229 NORTHWESTERN HWY.
Weddings, Parties, etc.
ment of their daughter Rob- what it got.'
Human Rights
SOUTHFIELD, MICHIGAN 48076
"Tobias's metaphor is a
erta to Paul Simon, son of
642-4-673
(313) 356-2727
Mrs. Mandell Simon of Na-
BUENOS AIRES (JTA)
Look for the little gold house
dora Southfield, and
The governing board of
Four honored
on N.W. between Franklin & Inkster
the late
the Latin American Jewish
Ave.,r. Simon. A June
at
Seminary
, 1976 wedding is planned.
Co egress, in a special meet-
Three Michigan residents ing last week corninemorat-
and a former Michigan resi- an the end of World War II
dent were honored Sunday dea d the liberation of - the
in New York at the 81stfull th camps, declared the
annual commencement of corn commitment of Jewish
the Jewish Theological Sem- Am munities in South
i* HEATING
inary of America. hu erica ,to the cause of
man rights everywhere
• The honctrees are:
wit
Daniel Shevitz, son 'of cal, hout regard to the politi-
COOLING -
Mrs. Edythe Shevitz of gi m social or economic re-
es under which the peo-
Southfield and the late Mr.
ple I ive.
:. 5 ■7 ; VS'
Shevitz, who was ordained
,s a t
as rabbi;
-REFRIGERATION
22 Pct. of Israelis
Emanuel Allon, director La
- • • LEASING —ALL MAKES • GUARANTEED USED CAR -
beled 'Religious
0 HUMIDCFIERS
of the Jewish Community
,• DAILY RENTAL
Center's Hebrew' depart-
°ELECTRONIC
FILTERS
• MOTOR HOMES
EL AVIV (ZINS) — In a
ment, master of arts de-
rece nt survey by the PORI
osERVICE o INSTALLATION
• SERVICE
gree;
.Inst itute, 22 percent of
• BODY SHOP—AAA RATED
- Stuart Snider, son of Mr.
CALL MICHAEL BYER
thos e interviewed classified
FOR SPECIAL DISCOUNT
and Mrs. Reuben Snider of them selves as "religious,"
Oak Park, bachelor of He- , and 42 percent---called them-
brew letters degree; and selve s "traditional." At the
-Adele Shudofsky, for- sam e
merly of - Essexville and beled time 34 percent la-
"non-reli-
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. gious ," themselves
while 2 percent de-
George Sternberg, master Clare d themselves to be
of arts degree. athei sts.
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