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March 13, 1981 - Image 56

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-03-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

56 Friday, March 13, 1981

JFS Volunteers Have Impact on Many Lives r

Volunteers at the Jewish
Family Service, an agency
of the Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration, are persons who
actively look to serve others
in their community.
As Clara Barenholtz,
assistant volunteer coor-

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dinator for JFS, noted, "If I
don't call them for a week or
two, they'll call and ask
me: 'Am I out of a job?'
The JFS volunteers
demonstrate their commit-
ment in working with per-
sons who are aged, handi-

Reder) of Birmingham, a
son, Zachary Morris.

March 6 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Daniel Lefkofsky (Su-
san Shifman) of Southfield,
a son, Ryan Scott.
*
March 4 — To Dr. and
Mrs. Murray Platt (Ruth
Neumann) of Oak Park, a
daughter, Yael Esther.
* * *
March 3 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Bruce Goodwin (Toby
Green) of Oak Park, a son,
Justin Aaron.

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Antique Jewelry and Furniture

* * *

Feb. 23 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Leslie Gold (Lili
Raiber) of Southfield, a son; -
Seth Barry.

* *

Feb. 14 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Alex Kelin (Lynn Cole)
of Farmington Hills, a son,
Douglas Evan.

* * *

* * *

Ceci Orman, Proprietor

Volunteer driver Charles Klavons, left, trans-
ports these physically impaired persons to their
weekly group meeting at the Jewish Family Service in
Southfield. Shown with him are, from left, Mildred
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Snitz, Denise Bravell, Ethel Rabinowitz and Reva
Lederman.
We're still buying and selling
capped, Russian immig- grown so much since I've
The Treasures of The Past
rants or without families or been doing it. I have more
consignments accepted
patience and understand-
other source of support.
ing. It's helped me in my life
Elderly
volunteers
I
often have proved to be at home, too."
More help is needed, how- .
the most reliable, accord-
ever.
ing to Mrs. Barenholtz.
"We are looking for
She said, "Most of my vol-
people
willing to serve as
unteers are (age) 70 and
above. One .elderly gentle- volunteer drivers or vis-
man, Mr. Philip Halper, itors with people in their
now in his 80s, learned Rus- own apartments," said
sian when he was well into Fayga Dombey, volun-
his 60s. He picks up the teer coordinator for the
(new) immigrants at the JFS.
She said this is a particu-
airport and afterwards has
larly
"critical point" for
them over for tea."
Another of Mrs. Bar- agencies that depend on
enholtz's favorite volun- volunteers. She cited the
teers is Harry Saxe, a man following:
• The Community is con-
in his 80s who speaks nine
languages fluently. She stantly expanding. At one
said he is characteristically time people were able to
modest about the help he take the bus to reach desti-
provides through his trans- nations but it's more dif-
Nine Stone — 14 Kt. Necklace
ficult to do so now.
lation work.
with
• More elderly people are
Volunteer Gail Lutz an-
maintaining
their own
swers the phone and per-
Large Amethyst or Topaz
apartments instead of
forms
other
clerical
duties
Usual Price
in the JFS office every Mon- entering. institutions. Con-
day morning. Reflecting on sequently, they need com-
her experience as a six-year panions to help them with
OUR PRICE
volunteer, she said, "I've shopping trips and trans-
portation to medical and
other appointments.
• Many women who
formerly filled volunteer
roles are now working at
paying
jobs. They don't have
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the time they once had to
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look after some of their

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aging parents' needs. Also,
many children today live
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on
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wives, and part-time
workers who have spare
time during the week.
"Volunteers can be those
who lead full, rich lives or
Fri:, Sat., Mon., Tues.
those (who are) looking for
greater enrichment," she
said.
For information on volun-
teer opportunities, contact
Mrs. Dombey at 559-1500.
Infant, Toddler and Maternity
Jewish Family Service is lo-
cated at 24123 Greenfield
While quantities last
Rd., Southfield.

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March 3 — To former De-
troiter David Lipson and
Mrs. Lipson (Ruth Cohn) of
Brooklyn, N.Y., a daughter,
Leah.
**
March 3 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Jeffrey M. Zabner
(Cindee Pallitz) of West
Bloomfield, a son, Zachary
Paul.
* *
March 1 — To Dr. and
Mrs. Paul Diamond (Ellen
Billig) of West Bloomfield, a
son, Joseph Aaron.
* * *
March 1 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Neal Levey (Vickie
Siegler) of Oak Park, a
daughter, Jamie Michelle.

* * *

To Mr. and Mrs. lOrt
Bader (Toni Reisman),
former Detroiters of In-
dianapolis, Ind., a daughter,
Danielle Suzanne.

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Feb. 26 — To former De-
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daughter, Stacy Helene.

* * *

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