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June 05, 1981 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-06-05

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THE HETROIT

4th Haverim Home Named for Frankel

Men's Clubs

BETH ACHIM MEN'S
CLUB installation of offi-
cers will take place at a
gourmet breakfast 10 a.m.
June 14 at the synagogue.
There is a charge. Reserva-
tions must be made by

Wednesday. Call chairman,
Morris Penner, 557-8097; or
Aaron Greenspon, 559-
6272. Reservations will also
be taken at the synagogue
office, 352-8670.

* * *

Probus Names WSU Profs

Two members of the Wayne State University fa-
culty, Dr. Roy Flemming, second from left, assistant
professor of political science, and Dr. Alan Brenner,
associate professor of chemistry, third from left, are
recipients of the 1981 Probus Club Awards for Aca-
demic Achievement. Both received $1,000 checks.
Shown making the presentations are, from left: outgo-
ing Probus President Chester Winston, Award Com-
mittee Chairman Herbert Grosberg and Martin Lat-
tin, newly elected president.

Confirmation
Graduation
Bat/Bar Mitzvas

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chairman.
Besides

home, three Haverim
the Frankel Homes in Southfield and
Oak Park house 18 resi-
dents. In addition, 25 per-
sons are involved in the
JARC's semi-independent
apartment program, de-
signed to prepare and
supervise high-functioning
retarded persons in their
own apartments through-
out the community.

Other services to retarded
individuals and their
families are provided by the
organization.

Entertainment

Clowns, Magic, Music,
Puppets, Juggling,
Dance,
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phone 273-6716

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Let the

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your sprinkler needs

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968-0487

No Sabbath Calls

JEAN FRANKEL

SUMMER SALE!

JARC Meeting
Set June 18

has all sorts of great gifts for

Fast • Safe • Permanent

The Jewish Association
for Retarded Citizens has
announced that its fourth
Haverim Home has been
named for Samuel and Jean
Frankel, longtime suppor-
ters of the JARC.
Norman Wachler, JARC
president, said the Frankels
enabled the organization to
purchase the Kingshire
Road residence in South-
field, just as they helped the
JARC acquire its first home
nine years ago on Ever-
green Road in Detroit.
It is the residents of the
Evergreen home who have
moved into the Southfield
residence.
Six men reside in the at-
tractive brick colonial on
Kingshire. All of them are
working, participate in
social activities and help
the resident manager and
her family in the running
of the home.
The Frankel family long
has been identified with
Jewish communal life,
especially the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation and Allied
Jewish Campaign. Frankel
has been Federation vice
president and Campaign

* * *

invitations in blume

Men & Women
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Friday, ime 5, 1981 53

The annual meeting of
the Jewish Association for
Retarded Citizens will take
place 8 p.m. June 18 at the
Jimmy Prentis Morris
Branch of the Jewish Com-
munity Center in Oak Park.
President Norman Wach-
ler and Executive Director
Joyce Keller will report on
the JARC"s progress over
the past year, new officers
and board members will be
elected and volunteers will
be honored.
The latter — citizen advo-
cates Ruben Elbinger and
Laura Moore — will be cited
for their work with two
clients of the JARC.
Ms. Keller's report will
be in the form of a
multi-media presentation
based on "A Day in the
Life . . ." of Haverim
Home residents, partici-
pants in the JARC's
Semi-Independent
Apartment Program and
a community client.
Slides, tape and skits by
staff and clients will illus-
trate the many-faceted
program of the associa-
tion.
The public is invited to
the meeting, after which a
social hour will take place.
For information about the
association, call the JARC,
557-7650.

OP Student
Wins USY Prize

Diane Lederman, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin
Lederman of Oak Park and
a junior at Oak Park High
School, has been awarded a
United Synagogue Youth
summer program schol-
arship.
The scholarship will be
used for her trip to Israel
this summer with the USY
Israel Pilgrimmage.

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