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September 03, 1976 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-09-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday September 3, 1976 39

;'WE REPAIR: Jewish Family Service Sets Formal Building Dedication

AIM SELL

The new quarters for
ALL MAKES OF If the Jewish Family Ser-
vice and Resettlement
Service will be formally
dedicated 4 p.m. Sept. 12.
The new building is lo-
3 convenient locations
cated at 24123 Greenfield,
Southfield.

`United GOOD
According to Joseph
Garson, president of the
HOUSEKEEPER ■ • JFS,
the building repre-
STORES
■ sents more than 50 years
111
OAK PARK

■ of service. The agency
26011 COOLIDGE, N of 101/2 Rd. ■
was founded in 1925.
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From 1926 to 1033. the
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IN
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agency was housed in two
BLOOMFIELD PLAZA
district offices because of
the large number and
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dispersal of persons
10

19179 LIVERNOIS. N. of 7 Mile IN
is under the care of the JFS.
pi.
861-0701
In 1933 the agency
IN
'- IN
merged into one office at

tour of the building will
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Dr. Max B. Wirislow is
president of Resettle-
ment Service.

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The Jewish Family Service Headquarters
the Community Fund
fund committees, said the
Building on Warren Ave., dedication also will pay
the current home of Un-
tribute to contributors to
ited Community Services.
the building's purchase,
Later the agency moved to renovation and furnish-
Second Ave., Linwood ing. She said the initial
Ave. and to the former contribution came from
Jewish Community Center the United Foundation
site at Curtis and Meyers Capital Fund Division
Rds. When the Center and there were additional
moved to its West Bloom- •contributions from the
field address, the JFS Jewish Welfare 'Federa-
moved to the Southfield tion, JFS, Resettlement
location.
Service board members
Mrs. Joseph Jackier, and friends.
chairman of the dedica-
Participating in • the
tion and of the building program are Roman N.
Lucky, director of budget-
ing and agency relations,
United Community Ser-
vices; Martin E. Citrin,
president, Jewish Wel-
fare Federation; Garson;
Clarice Freud, professor
COUPLETS UNIT 5016 emeritus, University of
will have an art exhibit Michigan Schdol Of Social
and auction 8:30 p.m. Work; and Samuel
Sept. 11 at Park West Gal- Lerner, executive direc-
leries. Champagne pre- tor of the JFS and Reset-
view will begin at 8. For tlement Seririce. Rabbi
ticket information, call Milton -Rosenbaum of
Gary Rochlen, 851-1703; Temple Emanu-Er will
Henry Gutter, 543-2647; deliver the benediction. A
or Norinne Selesko, 399-
3969. The unit will spon-
sor a road rally 8 p.m. Oct.
2. For arrangements and
departure information,
call Judy Boltz, 557-4875,
or Anita Freeman, 544-
1527, by Sept. 20.
HARRY B. KEIDAN
LODGE will have a
kosher ,dinner meeting
6:30 p.m. Tuesday at Car-
lyle Towers Apts. Keidan
sports teams will be hon-
ored, and there will be a
guest speaker. A social
hour will follow.
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meeting and white
elephant sale 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the Maple
House restaurant, 10
Mile and Southfield Rds.
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