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December 07, 1979 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-12-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

400 Attend Third Haverim House Opening

With the recitation of the
"Sheheheyanu" prayer, the
new Haverim Home for
Jewish retarded adults was
dedicated Sunday in mem-
ory of Seymour J. Gilmore.
Some 400 persons
attended the open house,
hosted by the Association
for the Jewish Retarded,
sponsors of the residence on
Marlow Avenue in Oak
Park.
Dr. Richard C. Hertz of
Temple Beth El, where the
Gilmore family has be-
longed for many years, af-
fixed the mezuza to the
doorpost, saying that "May
all who enter, find blessing,
peace and home."

Mr. Gilmore was an
active member of the
JAR board until his
death last year. His
widow Trudy continues
his work on the board
and is actively involved
in the field of retardation.

Purchase of the residence
was made possible by a gift
from Mr. and Mrs. Irving L.
(Bucky) Goldman, Mr. and
Mrs. Richard E. Smitt and
the Gilmore Family.

Oak Park." Other partici-

pants in the brief program
were Norman Wachler, who
was Credited with
spearheading the AJR's

fund-raising drive for resi-
dences and other programs,
and Sharon Alterman, AJR
president.
Mrs. Alterman intro-
duced AJR Executive Direc-
tor Joyce Keller; the Mar-
low home's resident man-
ager Margaret Kauffman
and her husband Harry;
Lynn Medow, coordinator of
social services for the AJR;

Foster and Faye
Schreiber, resident mana-
gers of the AJR's two other

Ilse

Haverim Homes; and relief
and program staff.

Guests at the open house
were invited to tour the
five-bedroom, two-story
home, with residents and
AJR board members serv-

ing as guides.

The first half of our lives
is ruined by our parents and
the second half by our chil-
dren.
—Clarence Darrow

Friday, December 1, 1919 49

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Rabbi Richard C.
Hertz, spiritual leader of
Temple Beth El, affixes a
mezuza to the new
Seymour Gilmore
Haverim Home in Oak
Park at dedication cere-
monies Sunday.

The Goldman, Smitt and
Gilmore Families partici-
pated in the dedication
ceremonies.
Oak Park Mayor David
Shepherd extended a wel-
come to the Haverim Home
residents as "new citizens of

Attending the open house and dedication cere-
monies for the Seymour Gilmore Haverim House
Sunday in Oak Park were, in top photograph, the
Richard Smitt Family and in bottom photograph,
members of the Gilmore and Goldman Families.

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and 1984.
The study, according to Al
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long as U.S. weapons al-
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are delivered.

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in Sauce:
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Italian°

Today, serve Chef Boy-ar-dee' Cheese Ravioli for a
great-tasting meal. Your family will really love this ver-
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seasoned the Chef's special way.
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Hanukkah is for children.
Of all ages.

Hanukkah is a holiday when families get
together to talk, laugh, and exchange family
news around the dinner table. And to relate
the significance of lighting the Menorah. The
warmth of the occasion knows no age ... and
brings out the child in all of us. Because

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with this holiday. Helping people make all
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