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December 08, 1978 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-12-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

50 Friday, December 8, 1918

Oak Park Mayor, Rabbi to Join
Home for Retarded Dedication

Engagements

Overflow parking will be
will take part in the dedica-
tion ceremonies for the new available nearby, at Best
Haverim Home for Jewish School, Rosewood at North-
retarded adults Sunday at field streets.
Rabbi Gruskin will
24034 Meadowlark, Oak
affix the mezuza to the
Park.
FOR HOLIDAY
The public is invited to doorpost of the building,
the
"hanukat habayit" of signifying that the resi-
GIFTS
the Meadowlark residence, dence is a Jewish home.
the second Haverim Home Like the other Haverim
to be opened by the Associa- Home, on Evergreen Rd.
tion for the Jewish Re- in Detroit, this one has a
22635 Woodward, Ferndale
tarded. From 1 to 5 p.m. kosher kitchen, and the
members of the AJR board residents participate in a
399-0330
of directors will show guests wide variety of Jewish
through the five-bedroom, social and holiday activi-
Monday thru Saturday
two-story house in which six ties', including programs
9 to 8
adults have made their at the Jewish Community
SUNDAY 12 to 5 to 12/24
Center.
home since September.
Mayor Shepherd will be
cited for the assistance that
the city of Oak Park has
NOP '
given to the association in
its efforts to establish the
Meadowlark home. The
.garb.
AJR, comprised of relatives
PliOnP 398-6894
and others who are con-
Specializing In
cerned with the needs of re-
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tarded persons, seeks to es-
tablish other home-like re-
sidences for this special
minority in the Jewish
community.
Toward that end, the
association has embarked
upon a "Buy a Brick" cam-
paign, each "brick" pur-
chased adding to the funds
for acquiring more homes.
For information about the
AJR, or its "Buy a Brick"
campaign, call Executive
Director Joyce Keller, 557-
31455 Northwestern Hwy., Farmington Hills, MI 48018 (313) 855-1400
7650.

Oak Park Mayor David
Shepherd and Rabbi Sol-
omon H. Gruskin, chaplain
to several state institutions,

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Dr. and Mrs. Richard S.
Kamil of Birmingham an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Lisa Susan
Kamil, to Whitney Agnew
Talcott, son of Mrs. Agnew
Allen Talcott of Old Lyme,
Conn. and the late Mr. Tal-
Conn.,
Kamil and her
cott.
fiance are pursuing mas-
ter's degrees in landscape
architecture at North
Carolina State University
in Raleigh, N.C. A May
wedding is planned.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Harry A.
Schwartz of Sterling
Heights announce the

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engagenient of their daugh-
ter, Debbie Schwartz, to
George W. Crittendon,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Crittendon of Bremerton,
Wash. Miss Schwartz
earned a master's degree at
Wayne State University.
Mr. Crittendon earned a
bachelor's degree in Wash-
ington. A winter wedding in
Detroit is planned.

Eighty-two percent of all
American women do not re-
ceive early, adequate pre-
natal care, according to the
March of Dimes.

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OUR RELATIVES AND OUR FRIENDS FOR
THEIR EXPRESSIONS OF CONCERN, LOVE
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Interns Sought
for Project JOIN

Applications still are
being taken by the Jewish
Vocational Service and
Community Workshop for
its Project JOIN summer in-
ternship program.
Participants in the pro-
gram are placed throughout
the area with Jewish com-
munal agencies, and earn a
tax-free stipend. Interns
also participate in a weekly
educational program con-
centrating on the structure
of the Jewish community.
Interested college stu-
dents should call the JVS-
CW, 967-0500. Application
deadline is Jan. 5.

AP,a,

MISS FRIDENBERG

Mr. and Mrs. Eben
Fridenberg of Southfield
announce the engagement
of their daughter, Carol
Joyce, to Craig Steven
Skulsky, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Skulsky of
Southfield.
Miss Fridenberg - is a
sophomore at Wayne State
University. Her fiance is a
senior in WSU's school of
business administration
Where he is majoring in ac-
counting.
A June wedding is
planned.

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FOR

UNIVERSITY STUDENTS

Enrolled in
Undergraduate or Graduate Degree Programs

Apply Now by Calling:
the JEWISH VOCATIONAL SERVICE 967-0500

Project JOIN is a unique summer program that combines valuable profes-
sional experience with an opportunity to sample a possible career. The ten
week internships may be in the areas of social work, teaching, health-related
professions, program development, or other areas of agency involvement.
$650.00 tax free stipend for the summer. Deadline for application is January 5,

1979.

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MISS CHANDLER

Mr. and Mrs. Irwin
Chandler of West Bloom-
field announce the engage-
tient of their daughter,
Nancy Sue, to Stephen
David Kursman, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Kursman
of West Bloomfield.
Miss Chandler was
graduated from the Univer-
sity of Michigan. Her fiance
was graduated from the
U-M and attends the Duke
University Law School.
A winter wedding is
planned.

249 PIERCE ST., BIRMINGHAM

CALL 644 9646

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