Friday, October 26,°1984
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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DON'T THROW IT AWAY!!
BEFORE YOU CALL US
We can if possible repair or remake
I any of the items we
can clean. We will prolong
the use of those costly items.
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WINDOW SHADES LAMPSHADES PILLOWS
VENETIAN BLINDS (Cleaned, retaped & re-corded)
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AO y lfoY u° rui er x?sii n ovi draperies
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We Remove & Install 1
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Suburban Call Collect
"All that the name implies."
VISA & MASTERCHARGE
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Doris and Joseph Ostrow
ROBERT E. NEDERLANDER
IS RUNNING FOR A
AS A REGENT OF THE
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
Nearly 200 friends and family
members honored Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph (Doris) Ostrow of Oak
Park by attending their golden
wedding anniversary celebration.
. The Aug. 26 dinner-dance, held
at Cong. Beth Achim was ar-
ranged by the Ostrow children
and their families: Maynard,
Sheila, Natalie, Noni, Ivy and
Oliver of California; Dr. Barry,
Ann, Shayne and Sara of North
Carolina; Larry, Vivian, Alex and
William of New York and Eileen
Guests came from Alabama,
California, Maryland and
Doris and Joe have been mem-
bers of Cong. B'nai David for
about 40 years, and for 35 years of
the . Zionist Organization of
America and B'rith, the
Jewish Community Center,
Hadassah and Auxiliary-Jewish
Home for Aged.
Ostrow is now retired from the
JFS slates volunteer workshop
LET'S KEEP HIM.
Bob Nederlander is a successful attorney and
businessman. A graduate of the University of
Michigan and its Law School. He has served as a
Regent for 16 years, and every decision he has made
has been made on the basis of "What's good for
Michigan?" We hope you will support him.
RE-ELECT ROBERT E. NEDERLANDER.
REGENT. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. .
A DEMOCRAT. NOVEMBER 6.
Paid for by the Nederlander for Michigan Committee,
1930 Buhl Bldg., Detroit, MI 48226
Mrs. Aileen Kleiman, chair-
man of the volunteer services
committee of Jewish Family Serv-
ice, announces that the 16th an-
nual volunteer workshop will be
held- on Tuesday at 9:45 a.m. at
the Jewish Family Service build-
ing, 24123 Greenfield, Southfield.
The theme for this year's work-
shop is "There Is Life After 60."
Dr. David Schwartz will address
the group on the psychological ef-
fects of aging. The workshop is
aimed at assisting JFS volunteers
in handling age-related stress in
their own lives as well as in their
Dr. Schwartz, a psychiatrist in
private practice, is a graduate of
the University of Western On-
tario Medical School and did his
psychiatric residency at Lafayette
Clinic. He is certified by the
American Board of Psychiatry.
The JFS Volunteer Workshop is
held annually to provide an
opportunity for volunteer growth
and to help volunteers acquire a
better understanding of their
tasks and hOw inter-relationships
develop. Volunteers have the
opportunity to exchange ideas re-
lating to their work and to get to
know one another.
A JFS volunteer may drive a
cancer patient for treatments,
shop with a youngster whose
widowed mother is handicapped,
pick up or deliver government
food stamps, assist an individual
home from the hospital upon dis-
charge, or visit an isolated senior
In the past year 183 volunteers
have provided 12,953 hours of
service to the community. There
is a continuing need for volun-
teers in order to be able to fill all
the requests that come to the vol-
Members of the volunteer serv-
ices committee are: Gerry Barr,
Susan Citrin, Gert Edgar, Bea
Epel, Beverly Frank, Cyrille
Friedman, Elsie Harold, Dorothy
Mazer, Edythe Jackier, Molly
Kaplansky, Mrs. Kleiman, Agnes
Klein, Roz Kraus, Betty
Rosenhaus, Rose Roth, Adeline
Salinger, Molly Sallen, Tillie
Schkloven, Lois Shiffman, Toba
Smokler, Hope Steinberg, Sharon
Taylor and Phyllis Welling.
For information, call Fayga
Dombey or Clara Barenholtz,