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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 3, 1983 37

Marvin Daitch to Direct JFS 5 - Bernard Stollman Heads RS

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Marvin C. Daitch was
elected president of Jewish
Family Service and Ber-
nard H. Stollman was
elected president of Reset-
tlement Service at the com-
bined annual meeting of the
agencies.
Susan Citrin was re-
elected vice president and
Edward Gold was elected
vice president for a first
term ofJewish Family Serv-
ice. Charles Snider was
elected treasurer.
Elected to serve on the
executive committee were:
Henry Gornbein, Sharon
MARVIN C. DAITCH
Hart, Sylvia Jaffe and Joy
Nachman. Helen Shevin
was elected chairman of the
nominating committee.
Re-elected for three-
year terms were: Aileen
Kleiman and Sharon
Taylor. Elected for a first
three-year term was:
Judge Jessica Cooper,
Rosalie Dean, Claudia
Gold, Nancy Jacobson,
Sidney Kaye, Mickey
Kole, Maida Portnoy,
Edith Resnick and Jan-
ice Shatzman.
Mrs. Hart was chairman
of the annual meeting plan-
ning committee of JFS and
Mrs. Citrin was chairman of BERNARD H. STOLLMAN
the publicity for the annual
project. Sixteen frail aged
meeting. Other members of lived in the agency's group
the annual meeting plan-
apartments for the elderly
ning committee were: Julie
during 1982. •
Gurwin, Ms. Kleiman, Eric
The agency's volunteer
Y. Lutz, Ms. Nachman,
service department pro-
Janice Schwartz, Mrs. She- vided 12,466 hours of serv-
vin and Ms. Taylor.
ice to JFS and RS clients
Members of the nominat- utilizing 166 volunteers.
ing committee of JFS were: They also provided "Special
Gilbert B. Silverman, Friends" who functioned as
chairman; Gold; Mrs. Hart;
"big brothers" and "big sis-
Ellen Labes; Ms. Nachman;
ters"-to children and adoles-
Mrs. Shevin; and Snider.
cents who need the special
Dorothy Harwood was
help. In addition, 204
re-elected vice president families received 33,408
of RS. Barbara Marcuse hours of homemaker serv-
was elected secretary and
ice.
Max Sosin; treasurer. Re-
More than 350 clients
elected for three-year terms
received financial aid in
were: Judith Cantor, Marcy
1982. The agency also
Feldman, Robert A. Jacobs,
Sidney J. Karbel, Dr. Peter
G. Shifrin, Hubert J. Sid-
low, Rabbi Lane Steinger,
Maurice Binkow, who
Lucille Weisberg and Neal will begin his second term
Zalenko. Elected for first as chapter president, will
three-year terms were:
preside at the annual meet-
Esther Klein, Sandra
ing of the Detroit Chapter,
Sherman, and Robert A.
American Jewish Commit-
Steinberg.
tee 7:45 p.m. June 15 at
Members of the
Temple Beth El.
nominating committee
Robert Amberg, chair-
for RS were: Dr. Shifrin,
man of the nominating
chairman; Mrs. Cantor,
committee, will present the
Anne Caplan, use Doner
new slate of officers and
and Pauline Grossman.
board members. Edwina
JFS Executive Director Davis and Eric Oppenheim
Sam Lerner, in his annual
are co-chairs of the annual
report, noted that in addi-
meeting committee which
tion to accreditation of JFS includes: Denah S. Books-
by the Council on Accredi- tein, Evelyn Kasle, Sidney
tation of Services for and Rose Kaye, Dr. Jack
Families and Children, the Mandiberg, Irene S. Sobel,
United Foundation under-
Andrew Walker and Sidney
took a program review of Winer.
the agency, in 1982, and ap-
University of Michigan
proved of the agency's ad-
President Harold Shap-
ministrative and profes-
iro will be the guest
sional performance.
speaker. His talk, "Not
He reported that in 1982
Strictly Academic," will
the agency served 3,762
include experiences of
families, of whom 1,127
growing up Jewish in
were aged. There were 25
Montreal as well as issues'
children inplacement in
relating to education in
foster homes, adoptive
Michigan and on the na-
homes, and in residential
tional level.
facilities. Twenty-five
A musical interlude by
families were provided with
Nickolai Lemberg, flute,
rent subsidies, through the
and Alexander Resin,
agency's housing relocation
piano, both emigres from

was involved in an "un- aged who need help in ob-
ing ends meet and need fi- eral support groups to help
employment stress out- taining medical and dental
nancial aid; and who receive in the acculturation of these
reach" project, funded by care and transportation to
casework counseling be- elderly refugees. The RS is
the United Foundation, keep their appointments;
cause of feelings of aliena- totally supported by Jewish
which served 147 cases in who need advocates in deal-
tion, isolation and depres- Welfare
Federation
1982.
ing with government agen-
sion.
through funds raised by the
Mrs. Shevin, in her cies; who have trouble mak-
The agency conducts sev- Allied Jewish Campaign.
presidential report for JFS,
noted the variety of services
which the agency performs
for clients. The kosher
meals-on-wheels program,
which is offered in co-
sponsorship with the Na-
tional Council of Jewish
Women, is currently serv-
ing 136 individuals and is
expected to expand its pro-
gram in the coming year. In
addition, the agency pro-
vides group therapy for
1-LB.
adults, adolescents and
2-LB.
children.
In 1982, 184 clients of all
ages were served in 658
PKG
group sessions. Mrs. Shevin
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SAVE
reported that, despite the
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fact that resources have
shrunk as a result of gov-
BREAKSTONE
ernment cutbacks and local
funding limitations, the
agency provides a variety of
psychological and support
services to individuals,
6-CT.
couples and families. This
PKG.
8-OZ.
includes individual
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psychotherapy, marital
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50'
treatment, family therapy
30'
and group therapy.
KOSHER FOODS AVAILABLE AT:
MOST STORE,,
JFS is a beneficiary
OPEN-DAILY
• TELEGRAI H/LONG LAKE IN BLOOMFIELD TWP.
agency of the Allied Jewish
3 .-
TO 10 P.M.
• ORCHARD LAKE/13 MILE RD. IN FARMINGTON HILLS
Campaign and the United
• TELEGRAPH & MAPLE RD. BLOOMFIELD PLAZA
Foundation.
• 12 MILE/EVERGREEN IN SOUTHFIELD
9 A.M. TO 6 P.M.
Lerner reported that
• SOUTHFIELD & 13 MILE RD-BEVERLY HILLS.
though there has been a
PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU JUNE 9, 1983. NO SALES TO DEALERS
decline in the number of
Russian arrivals, due to
the restrictions on exit
visas from the Soviet
Union, the RS has been
active in financial aid
and casework services to
those immigrants who
arrived in previous years
and are having difficul-
ties in adjustment.
He indicated that most of
these Russian refugees are

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