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Friday, July 22, 1983 45

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Chairmen Named for 2 Professional Divs.

The 1984 Allied Jewish
Campaign general chair-
man, Jack A. Robinson, has
announced the appointment
of chairmen of the two pro-
fessional divisions of the
Campaign.
They are Mark R. Hauser
and Shirley Harris, Profes-
sional Service; and Dr.

regional chairman of UJA's
Young Leadership Cabinet.
Mrs. Harris was a 1983
chairman and 1982 co-
chairman of the Profes-
sional Service Division
and is a past Campaign
associate chairman. She
is on the Board of Direc-
tors and Endowment
Fund Committee of
United Jewish Charities.
A former president of
Federation's Women's
Division, she served on
Direc-
the JWF Board
tors and Executive
Committee.

of

MARK HAUSER

Stephan R. Morse and Dr.
Martin Hart, Professional
Health.
Hauser is a former co-
chairman of the Profes-
sional Service Division and
has chaired sits Attorneys
Section. In 1982, he was
chairman of Hadracha, the
Jewish Welfare Federa-

Dr. Morse was a chair-
man of the Professional
Health Division in 1983 and
a co-chairman the previous
year. He is a former chair-
man of the Osteopathic
Physicians Section. Dr.
Morse is a member of Fed-
eration's Cash Mobilization
and Collection Review
committees and serves on

tion's young leadership de-
velopment program, and he
is a former vice president of
the Junior Division. Hauser
served for two years as

Bar-Ilan Board
Dedicates Garden
to the Stollmans

Thd recent meeting of
Bar-Ilan University's
Global Board of Trustees in
Ramat Gan, Israel was
marked by the dedication of
a chess garden in honor of
Mr. and Mrs. (Frieda)
Stollman's 50th wedding
anniversary.
Detroiters in attendance
included Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Jackier, Dr. Leon
Fill and Louis Fisher. ,

Emergency Food
Fund in NY

REGO PARK, N.Y. (JTA)
— About a half-dozen
families have been helped to
avoid eviction or foreclosure
and about 25 families have
been provided funds for food
in crisis intervention ac-
tions by a Jewish social wel-
fare agency under a new
federal grant program, ac-
cording to Saul Beldock,
president of the Jewish
Community Services of
Long Island,

a

A check for the Allied Jewish Campaign from the
New World Club, an organization of Soviet Jewish
emigres in Detroit, was presented last week to 1984
Campaign chairman Jack A. Robinson. With Robin-
son, at left, are Alice Klempt, Vladimir Geller and
Luba Aleshker.

the board of United Hebrew
Schools.
Dr. Hart is a former asso-
ciate chairman of the Pro-
fessional Health Division
and has been chairman of
the Medical Physicians Sec-

Registration is now under
way for Temple Israel Nur-
sery School's pre-school
program. Sept. 12 is the
opening day of the nursery
school.
This year's schedule will
include a three-morning
program, a five-morning
program, a three-afternoon
program and a five-

With the new hospice
Medicare program going
into effect Nov. 1, more and
more people will be qual-
ified for hospice care,
whether in their homes or in
the homelike hospice.
Hospice of Southeastern
Michigan (HSEM) not only
cares for adults, either in
their homes or at the hos-
pice; it is the only U.S. hos-
pice also geared to caring for
infants and children. HSEM
has cared for patients as
young as 10 months and as
old as 100 years.
Hospices care for persons
with incurable illness in the
last six months of their
lives, and provide pain and
symptom control. Emo-
tional and spiritual support
are offered families as well
as patients.
The hospice was re-
cently , certified by the
state of Michigan De-
partment of Public
Health as a home health
care agency. The certifi-
cation is a necessary
qualification to care for
hospice Medicare
patients.
In an effort to inform and
update the public about the
hospice movement, HSEM
staff and volunteers are
available to make public
service presentations and
answer questions on hospice
care. There is no charge for
this service.
Groups interested in
scheduling a hospice
speaker should contact the
public relations department
of Hospice of Southeastern
Michigan, 559-9209.

afternoon program for chil-
dren age 2 1/2 to 5.
School hours are from 9 to
11:30 a.m. and 12:45 - 3:15
p.m. A "lunch program" is
offered for those who desire
extended hours by arriving
before afternoon classes for
lunch, or staying after
morning classes for lunch.
The lunch program will be
held Tuesdays, Wednes-
days, Thursdays and Fri-
days.
The "Mother-Toddler"
classes (children 18-36
months) will be available on
Tuesday and Thursday
mornings from 10 to 11:30
a.m., beginning Sept. 15. A
new classroom environment
for 2-year-old toddlers and
Their mothers also is being
formulated. The class will
meet one morning per week.
Later in the year the
mothers will be going to an-
other part of the temple for
parenting classes.
The "Kid-Bits Pro-
gram" will hold a variety
of classes on Tuesday
and Thursday mornings
and afternoons from 10 to
11:30 a.m. and 1-2:30 p.m.,
beginning Sept. 15.
Some of the classes being
offered are: "11' is for Rozie"
geography, mathematics,
reading, writing, and his-
tory); "Dancing Feet" (tap,
modern, jazz, exercise
routines and a recital); "Fun
with Hebrew" (games,
story-telling, arts and
crafts, dramatic plays,
rhythm and instruments);
"Science" (experiments,
ecology, animals "present
and pre-historic," and
space); "Woodworking and
Handicrafts" and "Some-
thing Terrific" (potpourri of
crafts, gardening, cooking,
sewing, etc.)
An orientation coffee
klatch will be held at Tem-
ple Israel on Aug. 24 at 1
p.m. For information, con-
tact the nursery school
office, 661-5700.

Loewenstein
Laszlo
gained fame as actor Peter
Lorre.

Jody Anne Kommel,
daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
Richard M. Kommel of
Huntington Woods, was
graduated from Wayne
State University Law
School with a Juris Doctor
degree.
* * *
Mark C. Baxter was
graduated from the Illinois
College of Podiatric
Medicine with the Doctor of
Podiatric Medicine Degree.
** *
Beth
Maureen
Schreiber, daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. Leonard Schreiber
of Oak Park, was elected
president of the Nursing
Council at the University of
Michigan. Miss Schreiber is
an Angell Scholar at the
university, where she is a
senior in its school of nurs-
ing.

William Denenberg of Oak
Park, received a Doctor of
Medicine degree from the
Michigan State University
College of Human
Medicine.

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Temple Israel Nursery Opens
Registration fo r Fall Term

Hospice Offers
Care, Speakers

SHIRLEY HARRIS



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* * *

Denenberg,
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daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

DR. MARTIN HART

tion. He is a member of Fed-
eration's Culture and Edu-
cation budgeting and plan-
ning division and the Cam-
paign Upgrade Committee.
A recipient of Federa-
tion's Frank A. Wetsman
Memorial Leadership
Award in 1982, Dr. Hart
was local chairman of UJA's
Young Leadership Cabinet.
He is on the boards of
United Hebrew Schools-
Midrasha and the Jewish
Community Center.

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