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July 18, 1986 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-07-18

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VARICOSE
VEIN
CLINIC

BARRY'S-
LETS RENT
IT

Jewish Family Service
Receives Accreditation

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for VARICOSE VEINS and SPIDER VEINS done by an M.D.
Physician who specializes in venous disorders. Insurance
recoverable in most cases.

Jewish Family Service has
just received a Certificate of Ac-
creditation from the Council on
Accreditation of Services for
Families and Children, accord-
ing to Samuel Lerner, executive
director of the agency.
Accreditation involves a de-
tailed examining of the agency's
operation which includes a self-
study by the agency and a visit
by a council team of reviewers.
Jewish Family Service,
founded in 1925, is a social serv-
ice agency providing .a range of
services to individuals and
families. The agency was accre-
dited for providing the following
services: Family and Individual
Counseling Service, Service for
Children in Their Own Homes,
Service for Single or Adolescent

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Birthday
Parties
Available

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LOCAL NEWS

Yiddish Concert
At The Sun Bowl

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Parents, Foster Family Service
for Children, Adoption Service,
Mental Health Service for
Families and Individuals and
Home Care Service.
Susan Citrin, president of the
Jewish Family Service, reported
that the agency passed the ac-
creditation with outstandingly
high ratings. It received a
number one rating indicating
"full compliance with the
criteria set by the Council on
Accreditation in all the major
areas under review."
There were 362 separate
ratings covering all of the agen-
cy's services and the agency was
in full or substantial compliance
in 361 items, or 99.7 percent.
She also noted that the agency
received the highest possible
ratings on organization and ad-
ministration of the agency and
its volunteer services.
Jewish Family Service is sup-
ported by the United. Founda-
tion, by the Jewish Welfare
Federation, as well as from fees
for service determined on a slid-
ing scale basis according to abil-
ity to pay.
The Council on Accreditation
has accredited the agency for a
period through July 31, 1989.

A Fine Quality Diamond Engagement Ring

A Sparkling Preview
Of What's To Come

Rothstein Aids
Emigre Resolve

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12 Friday, July 18, 1986

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Workmen's Circle, Sholem
Aleichem Institute, Jewish
Community Council and the
Sarah Gold Philanthropic Fund
of the United Jewish Charities
will present the Eighth Annual
Yiddish Concert in the Park at
2:30 p.m. Sunday at the Pruden-
tial Town Center Sun Bowl new
location.
The guest artist this year will
be Shoshana Ron, accompanied
by Toma Schwartz. Ms. Ron was
born in Poland and raised in
Russia and Israel. She has ap-
peared as actress-singer with
the Ben Bonus troupe, touring
through-out the U.S. and
Canada, performing in more
that 50 cities as well as on
Broadway.
Ms. Ron has performed at
every venue from Avery Fisher
Hall at Lincoln Center in New
York to Salle Claude Cham-
pagne in Montreal, from Town
Hall in New York City to the
Wilshire in Los Angeles.
Also appearing will be Mack
Pitt and his Orchestra. The in-
strumental music for this occa-
sion is made possible by funds
supplied by the recording com-
panies of America through the
Music Performances Trust Fund.
The grant for this performance
was obtained with the co-
operation of Local 5, Detroit
Federation of Musicians.
Admission is free and the pub-
lic is invited. Bring chairs and
sunshade.



Oak Park Mayor Charlotte
Rothstein helped approve the
passage of a resolution by U.S.
mayors asking the city. officials
to join in pressing the Soviet
Union to allow Soviet Jews to
emigrate.
Mrs. Rothstein presented a
copy of the resolution, adopted
at the U.S. Conference of
Mayors annual meeting, to the
Detroit Soviet Jewry Committee
of the Jewish Community Coun-
cil.
The resolution calls on Ameri-
can mayors to use any contacts
they may have with Soviet offi-
cials to encourage emigration
requests and to assist in any ar-
rangements necessary for the
emigration and resettlement of
Soviet Jews or others in their
cities.
The resolution, also, urged the
United States government to in-
corporate "this human rights
issue in any foreign policy de-
liberations it might have with
the Soviets". It was unanim-
ously approved by the 150
mayoral delegates to the con-
vention.

Navon Awarded
Joss Prize

Jerusalem — Deputy Prime
Minister and Education Minis-
ter Yitzhak Navon has been
given the Jerome L. Joss Prize
in Communications, awarded by
the Smart Family Communica-
tions Institute of the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem.

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