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November 02, 1984 - Image 73

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-11-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

LOCAL NEWS

Friday, November 2, 1984 72

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Interns named at Home for Aged



Two women are fulfilling in-
ternship requirements at the
Jewish Home for Aged.
Suzanne Orkin is serving a
seven-month internship in long-
term care administration under
the direction of the Home for
Aged's Executive Vice President
Charles S. Wolfe.
A native of Allentown, Pa., Ms.
Orkin was graduated from Duke
University with a Bachelor of Sci-
ence degree in nursing. She re-
ceived a Master of Science degree
in community health nursing
with a specialty in geriatrics,
from Boston University. She is
attending North Texas State
University in Denton, Tex., where
she is working toward a master's
degree in long-term care adminis-
tration.
She was elected to Who's Who in
American Colleges and Univer-
sities and was this year's recipient
of the Faculty Award for Aca-
demic Excellence from the Center

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Robin Kornblum

for Studies in Aging at North
Texas State.
Robin S. Kornblum is on a one-
year field placement, required for
the completion of her degree.
A native of Long Island, N.Y.,
Ms. Kornblum attended Long Is-
land University/C.W. Post Cen-
ter. In 1982, she began a master's
degree program in health service
administration at George Wash-
ington University.

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For Ski Seminars information
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ID. & VISA
PHOTOS

Adat Shalom Nursery School
will have its annual parent-
teacher open house on Wednesday
at 7:30 p.m. in the social hall.
Karen Schultz, of the Sinai Hospi-
tal Speech and Hearing depart-
ment will present a program,
"Kids and Communication."
For information, contact Janet
Pont, director, 851-5105.

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In addition, seminars
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Nursery will hold
annual open house

New Year's Evel

2) Tax Shelters and Financial Planning
for you and your spouse (spouse
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Paul McCracken, member President
Advisory Council • Robert Townsend
Author Up the Organi7ation ' Former
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Kosher7Ows

The Candy Lady, better known
as Joy Landau of Oak Park, is
celebrating her 25th anniversary
in her celebrated role.
With her husband, Lou, Mrs.
Landau collects Halloween candy
each year and donates it to chil-
dren in the Maxey Boys Home
who are unable to go out trick or
treating.
The Landaus will accept dona-
tions of candy until Nov. 11.
Candy can be dropped off at the
Landau home, 24231 Gardner,
Oak Park.

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For reservations and
information contact:

Candy Lady makes
sweet gesture,
donates to kids

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1984-5

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(212)
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Open evenings to 8 pm, Sundays

Toil Free:

N.Y. Office'

11 ant 5 pm
Or National Council of Young Israel.

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