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May 30, 1986 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-05-30

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Friday, May 30, 1986

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

New Studio Now Open In Harvard Row Mall

The

LOCAL NEWS

Haverim Home Honored

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excluding some fabrics

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• Vertical Blinds
• Levolor Blinds
• Pleated Shades
• Wood Blinds

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Harvard Row Mall
Southfield, MI 48076

Huntington Woods Mayor Ron Gillham presents the proclamation
to, from left: Medow Home resident manager, Rebecca Ankrom;
Medow resident, Denise Bennett; JARC Executive Director Joyce
Keller; and Medow resident Margaret Berlin.

Daily 10:00-5, Thurs. till 8
Saturday 11:00-3:00

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No Obligation
Free in Home Design Consulting

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NI

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THE CLASSIFIEDS

Call The Jewish News
Today

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fa8hion8
things

GOING OUT
OF BUSINESS
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The Shirley T. Medow
Haverim Home sponsored by the
Jewish Association for Retarded
Citizens has received the
Neighbor of the Year Award
from the Awareness Communi-
cation Team for Developmen-
tally Disabled. Heleile Oliva,
Medow Home resident, and
Joyce Keller, JARC executive
director, will accept the award
at the seventh annual ACT-DD
awards luncheon June 9 at the
Southfield Hilton.
Nominated by the Huntington
Woods City Manager as well as
the home's immediate
neighbors; the award-winning
group of six women were com-
mended for maintaining the re-
sidence in an "extraordinary
fashion" and for their participa-
tion in Neighborhood Watch,
Concert in the Park and other
community activities. The
Medow Home was chosen from

numerous nominations through-
out the tri-county area.

To
commemorate
the
achievement, the Medow
Haverim Home residents and
JARC have been issued a proc-
lamation by the city of Hun-
tington Woods.

"The Awakening of Harris
Wolfe", a photo essay by Glenn
Triest and written by Ralph
Finch published in the Detroit
News, received the overall
Community News Media Award.
The essay follows Wolfe, a resi-
dent of the Greenberg/
Shiffman/Stein Haverim Home,
during his first year living in
the home. Shelly Czeizler re-
ceived the Television Commu-
nity Media Award for her prod-
uction of the Channel 56 Friday
Night Special focusing on men-
tally retarded persons who
marry and have children.

NOW IN PROGRESS
SELLING OUT TO THE BARE WALLS
AFTER 12 YEARS WE'RE CLOSING OUR DOORS FOREVER!

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MON., TUES., WED., SAT. 9:30-5:30 THURS., FRI. 9:30-9:00

Miriam and Gabriel Bolkosky of Oak Park participated in a musical
tribute to Holocaust victims at the recent State of Michigan
Holocaust commemoration in Lansing.

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