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September 08, 1978 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-09-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Vacation . . . More Is Required for Retarded

Dick Gilmore is 27, per-
sonable, employed and liv-
ing at home with his
widowed mother. During
her vacation with relatives
in California, it seemed only
logical that he spend the 10
days among old friends in
Detroit.
A typical summer separa-
tion? For many it is. But for
retarded citizens living
with their parents it can be
a major — and once im-
possible — undertaking.
Who will provide housing,
aals and recreation for the
es pecial "child" while his
parents are on a much-
needed holiday?
The Association for the
Jewish Retarded, a non-
profit volunteer organiza-
tion, is helping turn the
once-impossible into a
reality. At its Haverim

Home on Evergreen Rd. in
Detroit, the association
provides "respite care" for
retarded persons who re-
quire short-term living ar-
rangements.

For Dick Gilmore, the
stay was filled with godd
times among friends who
live in Haverim Home.
For his mother, Trudy, it
was 10 days of relaxation,
knowing that her son was
in a warm, home-like
Jewish environment.

Respite care also is avail-
able in cases of emergency
until other arrangements
can be made.

by the residents, all of
whom have jobs and take
part in a variety of social ac-
tivities, including camping
and trips.
Respite care is only one
service of the AJR, which
has as its primary goal the
establishment of residential
homes for retarded citizens.

It also lends assistance
to those who are living
independently, offers
counseling to the families
of retarded persons and
presents monthly pro-

grams featuring spe-
cialists in the field of re-
tardation.

Moral support to parents
of the retarded is an impor-
tant part of the AJR's serv-
ice.
The association has em-
barked upon a membership
and public education cam-
paign, in which synagogues,
organizations and in-
terested individuals are in-
vited to join. For informa-
tion, call AJR Director
Joyce Keller, 557-7650.

Golda Ailing

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Former Premier Golda Meir
was hospitalized recently at
the Hadassah Medical Cen-
ter, reportedly suffering
from back pains.

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The retarded person who
may never have spent a day
away from home will find a
brief stay in Haverim Home
to be a learning experience.
Responsibilities are shared

Anniversary Plans, Elections
on Agenda of JNF Meeting

Plans for the celebration
of the 60th anniversary of
Jewish National Fund of
Greater Detroit will be for-
mulated at the annual
meeting of JNF, 8:15 p.m.
Thursday at the Zionist
Cultural Center.
Officers, members of the
administrative committee
and the board of directors

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THE STOTZKYS

Mr. and Mrs. Louis (Eve)
Stotzky of Oak Park cele-
brated their 50th wedding
anniversary Saturday. The
couple was honored Sunday
at a brunch given by their
children.
The Stotzkys are the par-
ents of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
(Dolores) Littman and Mr.
and Mrs. Calvin (Muriel)
Myers. The Stotzkys have
- three grandchildren.
— ' The couple holds mem-
ership in Cong. Beth
chim and in other com-
munal organizations.

Yiddish Course
Offered for Adults

Workmen's Circle School
will have an adult Yiddish
class meeting on 10 Thurs-
days, starting Sept. 14 from
7 to 8:30 p.m. at the school,
26341 Coolidge, Oak Park.
The instructor is Mordcai
Teiler, who will teach the
Yiddish language, history
and literature.
There is a charge. For in-
formation, call Workmen's
Circle, 545-0985.

will be chosen at the meet-
ing.

the
on
Reports
achievements and pro-
gress of JNF during the
year will be presented by
President Mark Schlus-
sel and Percy Kaplan,
executive director of the
Greater Detroit and
Michigan Region of
Jewish National Fund.

.

A social hour will follow
the meeting.

Project Return
Meetings Slated

The Jewish Vocational
Service announces meet-
ings in its Project Return
program for women enter-
ing or returning to the
working world are held 9:30
a.m. weekday mornings at
the JVS offices, 25900
Greenfield, Suite 242, Oak
Park. There is a charge. For
information, call the JVS,
967-0500.
Eight group counseling
sessions are required. They
are led by a vocational
counselor and help partici-
pants clarify their interests,
values and goals in addition
to helping develop inter-
viewing techniques and re-
sumes.
The sessions also focus on
job opportunities, training,
schooling and job place-,
ment.

Fruit Slices

By NORMA BARACH

(Copyright 1978, JTA, Inc.)

On a recent visit to
Chicago, I had a chance to
sample these delicious fruit
slices, made by a cousin. A
word of caution, though:
they do not freeze well.

1 1/2 sticks margarine
1 cup sugar
3 eggs
1 tsp. vanilla
2 cups flour
1 1/2 tsps. baking powder
1 can cherry pie filling with 1/4
tsp. almond extract added
Mix all ingredients together
except for cherry pie filling.
Grease a 9x13-inch pan. Pour
in one-half the batter. Top with
pie filling. Cover with remain-
ing batter. Bake at 350 degrees
for 35-45 minutes. Cool and
slice.

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