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March 02, 1979 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-03-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Brown to Meet
Jewish Leaders

NEW YORK (JTA) —
When national political fig-
ures begin to woo Jewish
leaders, can the President-
ial election campaign be far
behind? Evidently not to
California Gov. Jerry
Brown, who is due in New
York this week for a series
of events that will include a
meeting with some top
Jewish leaders.
The meeting, according to
informed sources, will be
chaired by Howard Squad-
ron, president of the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress.
The meeting, the sources
emphasized, will afford
Jewish leaders who are un-
happy with President Car-
ter an opportunity to chat
informally with a leading
political figure who has said
that he would like to make a
bid for the Presidency in
1980.

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Federation Apartment Residents
Aided by Junior Division Book

Moving to a new resi-
dence can be a staggering
experience, especially for
persons who trade a house
for an apartment. For those
moving into Jewish Federa-
tion Apartments, the move
may be a little easier now,
thanks to a booklet pre-
pared by the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation Junior Di-
vision.
The just-off-the-presses
book includes information
about the community of
interest to senior citizens,
as well as information about
the services and facilities of
the Apartments, a member
agency of the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation supported
by the Allied Jewish
Campaign-Israel Emer -
gency Fund.
The book lists regulations
of the Apartments, in-
structions on how to adjust
the heater and defrost the
refrigerator, emergency in-
formation, nearby
synagogues and temples,
- restaurants, banks and food
and drug stores. Also in-
cluded are descriptions of
the services available at the
Jewish Community Cen-
ter's 10 Mile Branch, next
door to the Apartments, and
the Oak Park Senior Citi-
zens' Recreation and Serv-
ice Center.
Much- of the' informa-
tion was requested by
Apartments residents,
said Executive Director
Helen Naimark.
Martin Eden, the
facility's "resident artist,"
designed the cover of the
booklet, whose pages are
fire-engine yellow to make
reading easier for the resi-
dents.
The booklet project began
with a small Junior Di-
vision study group and grew
until 22 young adults were
involved, said committee
Chairman Shelley Navarre.
The completed booklets
were distributed Feb. 13 at
the February birthday
- party. Every month one or

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Shelley Navarre and Martin Eden look over a
copy of the booklet prepared for residents of Jewish
Federation Apartments by members of the Jewish
Welfare Federation Junior Division.

* *

two chapters of Bnai Brith
Women hosts a.party at the
Apartments for those whose
birthdays fall that month.
The women provide re-
freshments, small gifts for
the honorees and
entertainment.
Mrs. Naimark said the
booklet will aid her staff
as well as the residents.
"Even though we
thoroughly acquaint

each new resident with
their apartment when
they move in, sometimes
we overlook something,"
she said. "This booklet
will ensure that every-
thing is covered."

Publication of the
Apartments booklet was
made possible by the sup-
port of the Crisis Club of De-
troit.

Midrasha Presents Award
to College's Senior Scholar

Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Dorfman of Franklin an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Carolyn
Heidi, to Gregory Scott Gal-
lick, son of Mr. and Mrs.
William Gallick of Cherry
Hill, N.J.
A May wedding is
planned.

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Philip H. Halper, right, 79-year-old professor-
turned-student, receives the Bernard Isaacs Faculty
Award of the Midrasha-College of Jewish Studies
from Rabbi Max Weine of the Midrasha faculty. The
award, presented to Halper "for scholastic excellence
and deep commitment to Jewish learning," is named
in memory of Bernard Isaacs, first superintendent of
the United Hebrew Schools.

Hillel Day School Concert
Honors Its Past Presidents






Now accepting Spring consignment
By Appointment.

Friday, March 2, 1979 41

Past presidents of the
Hillel Day School will be
paid tribute in the special
20th anniversary program
for the school's annual con-
cert to be held 8:30' p.m.
March 31 at Ford Au-
ditorium. Guest artists will
- be comedian Alan King and
vocalist Ruthi Navone.
The program book will
pay tribute to Arlene Til-
chin, Saul Waldman,
Leonard Baron, Max
Goldsmith, Mel Weisz, Mor-
ris Jacob, the late Rabbi
Jacob E. Segal and the late
Abe Kasle.
For ticket information,

call the day school, 851-
2394.
The name of Barbara
Morse was inadvertently
omitted from the list of the
concert committee pub-
lished in last week's Jewish
News._

Athletics Chief

NEW YORK — Prof. Ar-
thur D. Tauber, trainer of
the U.S. Olympic fencing
team in 1960, who has been
long active in the field of
physical rehabilitation, has
been appointed director of
athletics at Yeshiva Uni-
versity.

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