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October 06, 1978 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-10-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

D48 Friday, October 6, 1918

Births

Fisher) of Oak Park, a
daughter, Jenna Rebecca.
- * * *
Sept. 27 — To former De-
troiter Dr. Howard J. Pol-
lock and Mrs. Pollock (Mary
Deshano of Flint), of Hous-
ton, Teicas, a son, Adam
Daniel.
* * *
Sept. 21 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Robert S. Pinzur
(Suzanne Silverberg of Mt.
Pleasant and Detroit) of
Buffalo Grove,I11., a daugh-
ter, Geri Lynne.
* * *
Sept. 20 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Saul Borlack (Carole
Stern) of Southfield, a
daughter, Jamie Elyse.

Sept. 30 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Jeffrey Zorn (Dayle
:Burstein), 24652 Templar,
SoUthfield, a son, David
Zachary.
* * *
Sept. 28 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Martin Levin (Lynn

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Expert Mohel

Seirving Hospitals and Homes

2-4444

547-8555

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RUBE

Certified Mohel

358-1426 or 357-5544

Sept. 20 — To Dr. and
Mrs. Steven Minns (Wendy
Lampert), 4365 Southmoor
Ln., West Bloomfield, twin
daughters, Alicia Bethany
and Jacquelyn Michelle.
** *
Sept. 11 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Rick Bornstein (Teri
Cohen), 29245 Marshall,
Southfield, a son, Michael
Philip.
** *
Aug. 25 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Schreier (De-
bra Horowitz), 2721
Campbell, Royal Oak, a
daughter, Amie Beth.
* * *
Aug. 3 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Zev Wrotslaysky (Heidi
Frommer of New York) of
Teaneck, N.J., a son, Yis-
sacher Dov.

Cantor SAMUEL

GREENBAUIVr
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MOHEL

Serving Homes 4 Hospitals

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Specialized

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Baby World's

OP Haverim Home for Retarded Open;
Association Announces Fund-Raising Drive

The Association for the
Jewish Retarded has an-
nounced the opening of a
new residential home in the
Detroit metropolitan area.
Sharon __ Alterman,
president of the AJR, said
that six residents moved
into the second Haverim
Home in time to welcome
the New Year.

A musical moment at
Haverim House.
The residence is a five-
bedroom house on Meadow-
lark in Oak Park. Members
and friends of the AJR, a
non-profit volunteer organ-
izations have furnished the
home, which will maintain
a kosher kitchen.
Mrs. Alterman said
that all of the residents
are participatingin a day

1,1#51elt

Dr. Harry Lyons, former
president of the American
Dental Association, the
American College of De-
ntists and the American
Association of Dental
Schools, will be guest
speaker at the Detroit
Alumni Chapter, Alpha
Omega Fraternity tribute
dinner 8 p.m. Oct. 14.
The dinner, held on be-
half of State of Israel Bonds
at Cong. Beth Achim, will
honor Dr. Jack Lawson of
Oak Park, immediate past
international president of
the Alpha Omega Dental
Society.
Dr. Lyons is dean
emeritus of the Medical Col-
lege of Virginia, where he
served as dean of the School
of Dentistry for nearly 20

NEW Teen Center -

Schooffield

Together with the long-
has been in existence for
seven years), as well as established AJR tribute
living arrangements for a fund, the Buy a Brick Cam-
few persons who have paign will help defray the
chosen to live indepen- considerable costs of main-
dently.
taining residences and the
However, many more re- Association's other service s
tarded persons remain to be to retarded persons• and
placed. Joyce Keller, AJR their families.
Individuals, organiza-
executive director, said that
she'has a waiting list of 60 tions and synagogue groups
who would do well in a resi- who would like to contrib-
dential setting. "And many ute to the Buy a Brick Cam-
more are in the Jewish paign or learn more about
community, either living at the Association may call
home or in institutions, executive director Joyce
without our knowledge," -Keller at the AJR office,
she said.
557-7650.
Because of the need for
more Haverim Homes, the
expecting soon?
AJR is embarking upon a
, `Buy a Brick Campaign" to
see
funds both for opera-
tional expenses and for es-
tablishment of additional
facilities.

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WORI3B
`N
TEENS
126 E. 14 MILE RD., CLAWSON
588 2333

-

baby & me

G'Mar Hasima Tova
Best Wishes For A Year
of Peace, Health and Happiness
To All Our Relatives, Friends
and the Entire Jewish Community

MR. and MRS. MORRIS DORN
and FAMILY

G'Mar Hasima Tova

DR. HARRY LYONS

years. He is a past recipient
of the Alpha Omega
Achievement Award.
Tribute dinner chair-
man is Dr. Gerald D.
Michael; dinner _ co-
chairman is Dr. Alden
Leib. Honorary chairmen
are Michigan Governor
William G. Milliken and
William Mann, dean of
the University of Michi-
gan School of Dentistry.
For dinner reservations,
call the Israel Bond office,
968-0200.

MS Aid Group
Plans to Gather

( 2 MILES EAST OF WOODWARD)

A resident of the new Haverim House does her tasks
in the kitchen.

Alpha Omega Tribute Dinner raise
Will Hear Dental Leader

BEDROOM FURNITURE FOR KIDS OF ALL AGES
,
by FAMOUS brands like . . .

*Brasil!

program, either working
or in school. Their house
parent, Mrs. Louise
Thompson, has 36 years
of experience in the field
of mental. retardation.
Formerly employed by
the National Council of
Jewish Women in Los
Angeles, Mrs. Thompson
served for nine'years as ad-
ministrator at the Evangel-
ical Home here.
Mrs. Thompson said that
her task will be to create a
home in which every
member of the "family" is
valued as an individual. In
such an environment, she
said, each will develop as a
responsible citizen to the
limits- of his or her
capabilities. Assistance in
the development of skills
will be provided by a part-
time staffer with sheltered
workshop experience.
The family members in-
clude three men and three
women ranging in age from
22 to 54. Two were living
with their parents, two were
in foster care homes, and
two were living in non-
Jewish residences.
With the opening of the
Meadowlark home, the
AJR is supervising two
residences for 12 persons
(the first Haverim Home,
on Evergreen in Detroit,

Abilities Unlimited, a
group devoted to aiding
multiple sclerosis victims,
will meet 8 p.m. Monday in
the parks and recreation
building in the Southfield
Civic Center.
There will be an informal
discussion on MS. The pub-
lic is invited, and wheel-
chair ramps are available.

The Officers
and Directors

of the

MOIES CHETIM
ORGANIZATION
OF DETROIT

wish to extend their best wishes for a happy and pros-
perous New Year to all Synagogues, Organizations
and all of the Detroit and Suburban Jewry for helping

to carry out tfte Mitzva of Moies Chetim so no Jewish
family or individuals in our midst shall be denied the
necessities for Pesach.

MORRIS DORN,
MORREY GOULD,
ABE KATZMAN,
ABE SATOVSKY,
MRS. SAMUEL LEVE,
MRS. JOSEPH M. MARKEL,
BEN WEISMAN,

President
Vice-Pres.
Vice-Pres.—Tres.
Vice-Pres.
Fin. Sec'y.

Secy.

Secy.

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