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February 17, 1989 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-02-17

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Frieda Stollman
Event March 1

The first annual Frieda
Stollman Memorial Lecture
will be held 8 p.m. March 1 at
Young Israel of Oak-Woods.
The evening's speaker will be
Rabbi Louis Bernstein, presi-
dent of the Religious Zionists
of America, who will discuss
"American Orthodoxy on the
Verge of the 21st Century"
The lecture will be followed
by a reception. There is no
sponsoring the lecture are
Akiva Hebrew Day School,
B'nei Akiva, Mizrachi-Hapoel
Hamizrachi of Detroit, NCSY-
Young Israel Teens, PTA of
Akiva, American Women for
Bar-Ilan University, Detroit
Chapter, the Detroit Friends
of Bar-Ilan, Young Israel
Council, the Young Israels of
Bloomfield, Greenfield,
Southfield and Oak-Woods,
and the Young Israel

Simcha Has
Party Today

Simcha, an organization for
Jewish lesbians and gays will
have a party today at 7:30
p.m. in Southfield.
On March 18 at 8 p.m.,
there will be a havdalah ser-
vice.. On April 16, the group
will have a Passover seder.
- For information about the
organization or any of its ac-
tivities, call the Simcha
hotline, 353-8025.


It's Tradition

Woven into the fabric of our faith is a shimmering thread represen-
ting our commitment to the aged. The Torah instructs us to "Honor
thy father and thy mother." We have promised the aged — our
mothers, our fathers, even ourselves — that the Jewish tradition of
caring for our elders will be maintained. We're keeping the promise
at Borman Hall and Prentis Manor.

Synagogue services are held daily and the Sabbath and all
holidays are observed traditionally at Borman Hall and Prentis

The Dietary Departments at each facility prepare three meals per
day in accordance with Jewish dietary laws.

A complete rehabilitation program including examinations by
physiatrists, as well as structured physical and occupational therapy
routines, is available to all referred residents.

Therapeutic recreation activities — music, dance, lectures, per-
formances, and social events — enhance the quality of care richly
deserved by 312 elderly members of our community beginning a
new phase in their lives at Borman Hall and-Prentis Manor.

Quayle's Speech
Garners Praise

Palm Beach (JTA) —
American Jewish leaders
were unequivocal in their
praise of Vice President Dan
Quayle's speech last week.
Quayle affirmed America's
lasting commitment to Is-
rael's security and the Bush
administration's deep suspi-
cion of the Palestine Libera-
tion Organization.
Their statements, however,
took no notice of his asser-
tion, with reference to Palesti-
nian casualties in the West
Bank and Gaza Strip, that
Israel must be judged by
higher standar& than prevail
in the region, and that the
status quo in the territories is
"clearly unacceptable."
Burton Levinson, the ADDs
national chairman, called his
speech "an early statement
by the Bush administration of
continuing U.S. commitment
to the long-standing prin-
ciples of American Middle
East policy."


Borman Hall
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Detroit, MI 48219

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26051 Lahser Rd.
Southfield, MI 48034

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100 basic and skilled
nursing home beds

For admissions information, call the Jewish Home for Aged corporate offices at Borman Hall. Ask for
Jean Epstein, A.C.S.W., Director of Admissions. (313) 532-7112.



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