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September 25, 1981 - Image 73

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-09-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH MEWS

NCJW-Funded Orchards Service
Dedicates -Southfield Residence

JEWELRY
'APPRAISALS

Greater Detroit Section,
National Council of Jewish
Women, formally cele-
brated the opening of its
newest Orchards Children's
Service, the Orchards
Southfield Residence, with
a luncheon and dedication
ceremony last week.
This short-term residence
is designed to enable emo-
tionally troubled Oakland
Country boys, age 12 to 17
to re-enter family and com-
munity life. A key element
in this re-entry process is
the involvement of the boy's

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Friday, September 5, 19131 73

NAOMI

and the

Pictured at the dedication of the Orchards South-
field residence, are, from left: speakers Dr. Ismail
Sendi and Dr. Thomas Maleug, and honorees Melvin
Rosenhaus and Betty Rosenhaus.

in the

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Program director of the
family.
Eighty guests were new facility is Bruce
treated to an informal tour Binstok.
The Residence Commit-
of the home and luncheon.
Barbara Moretsky, chair- tee assists with needs of the
house
and residents and
man of the Orchards South-
field Residence, welcomed serve as citizen advocates,
the guests, including mem- monitoring and reviewing
bers of the Oakland County monthly the delivery of
Community Mental Health services.
Gerald Levin is executive
Services Board, state and
local mental health profes- director of Orchards Chil-
sionals, representatives of dren's Services.
Norbert Birnbaum,
the city of Southfield, com-
munity education leaders, administrator of the Oak-
land
County Child and
- the Orchards Children's
Services staff and National 'Adolescent Clinic, de-
Council of Jewish Women signed the Southfield Re-
volunteers. Sondra Nathan sidence program.
Dr. Thomas Maleug,
is president of NCJW.
Ms. Moretsky cited the executive director of the
Oakland
County Mental
volunteers and chairmen
who helped prepare the Health .Services Board,
spoke
of
the
"long-standing
facility. They are: Betty
Rosenhaus, Janet Jaffe, cooperative effort between
Doreen Hermelin, Phyllis the board and NCJW."
Levin presented a plaque
Akers and Saundra
Goosen. The chairmen of to Melvin and Betty
"for their com-
Rosenhaus,
the day were Boots Fen-
mitment to and support of
ton and Mrs. Hermelin.
children's services in Oak-
land County."
Square Dance
Dr. Ismail Sendi, director
Spots Still Open
of Fairlawn Center and
Reservations are still president-elect of the
being taken for the Beth Michigan Council of Child
Shalom Sisterhood's square Psychiatry, lauded the Or-
dance to be held 9 p.m. Oct. chards for the service it pro-
vides.
10 at the synagogue.
The public is invited and
Women to Hear
advance paid reservations
are due at the synagogue,
Norma Goldman
14601 Lincoln, Oak Park,
The For Women Only
48237, by Oct. 5.
group at the Jimmy Prentis
For details, call Sylvia
Morris
Branch of the Jewish
Abramowitz, 968 - 3459; Isa
Community Center will
Medow, 544-3120; or Jean-
bear Norma Goldman
nette Eizelman, 398-2940.
Thursday discuss her sum-
mer trip to New York.
Entitled "My Slice of the
Big Apple," the talk will
EARLY
cover Prof. Goldman's trips
DEADLINES
to the Statue of Liberty, the
Staten Island Ferry, the
The Jewish News will
have early deadlines for
World Trade Center, the
the issue of Oct. 2. The
Seaman's Harbor,
deadline for local news,
Chinatown and Columbia
display advertising and
University.
classified display is
At Columbia University,
noon Friday, Sept. 25.
Mrs. Goldman spent the
The deadline for reg-
summer researching the life
ular classified is noon
and works of the historian
Monday, Sept. 28.
Joseph as part of a seminar
Early deadlines for
the issue of Oct. 9 are:
grant from the National
-Friday, Oct. 2, for local
Endowment for the
news and display ad-
Humanities. In addition,
vertising; Monday, Oct.
Mrs. Goldman continued
5, for classified display;
her
study of ancient lamps-
and 2 p.m. Tuesday, Oct.
of the Roman world.
6, for regular classified.
The talk will be illus-
trated with slides.

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