Just a typical day in Jewish
It's 9 a.m. The school bells have finished ringing, a bus is dropping
off Jewish Federation Apartments residents at a shopping center,
and the first cries can be heard from a new-born baby...
Two young men look forward to a good
day at the sheltered workshop of the Jewish
Vocational Service. Some 572 persons use the
JVS facilities daily.
Photo by David Zuroff
Morning prayers have begun
at Borman Hall Jewish Home
for Aged, where 212 indivi-
duals are provided with
residential services and
Another new life.
It's 12:15 p.m. and
time for lunch at
Center. A total of
17 babies were born
on February 15.
Photo by Richard Sheinwald
While their parents attend English-language
classes, these young new Americans enjoy
a workshop of their own at the Jewish
Photo by Marty Abrin
FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1990