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May 03, 1991 - Image 72

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-05-03

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FREE OFFER!

A tribute card is one of the most thoughtful ways to honor a person and is a
gift that enhances the lives of Jewish children, the elderly and families in need
of J.F.S. services.
Jewish Family Service has created a new and improved Tribute Card
Program. The new TRIBUTE ORDER BOOKS are now available.
With the new convenient system, the donor just fills in a coupon in the
Tribute Order Book and attaches a handy mailing label (supplied in the book) to
their return envelope. The donor mails the tribute order coupon with his/her
contribution to Jewish Family Service, and a Tribute Card is mailed immedi-
ately.
The minimum tribute donation remains only $5.00 per card.
The donor will receive an acknowledgement postcard for their records to
inform them that a tribute card was mailed.
SPECIAL FREE OFFER!
You can receive a FREE tribute card when you order your FREE Tribute
Order Book. Just fill in the form below.
YES! Please send me a FREE tribute card with my Tribute Order Book.

NAME:

STREET:

CITY:
MAIL TO:

STATE
ZIP.
Jewish Family Service, 24123 Greenfield Road
Southfield, MI 48075, Attn.:LH

RESETTLEMENT SERVICE MOVES WAREHOUSE

Resettlement Service has relocated
its warehouse for donated furniture
and household goods to the Northland
Mall, two doors down from Kerby's
Koney Island, near Valet Parking.
The new location is more accessible
to the New American families who
pick up the donations and is more
convenient for the donors who can
now drop off their donations at the
street level location.
The new larger site made available
through the generosity of Northland
Mall, will allow for more storage of
furniture and household goods, which
are still very much in need.
"We are grateful to Kathy O'Mal-
ley and Nimrod Rosenthal of North-
land Mall Management who made the
arrangements, for making this space
available to us," said Bernard Stoll-
man, President of Resettlement
Service.
A large number of refugees from
the Soviet Union are expected to
resettle in the Detroit area over the
summer. We are concerned because
drop-off donations have decreased and
our supplies in the warehouse are
extremely low. We desperately need

SAMUEL LERNER
ENDOWMENT FUND

The Jewish Family Service Board
has created an endowment fund to
honor Samuel Lerner, who retired as
Executive Director in April, 1989.
The fund provides scholarships for
Clinical Social Workers to attend
conferences and special training that
focuses on the treatment of children.
The fund allows the agency to
offer professional development
programs to staff in an era of tight
spending. The J.F.S. Board and
others generously contributed over
$22,000 to the Samuel Lerner
Endowment Fund, that generates an
income just under $2,000 a year.
This past year awards were made
to Ann Mintzer, M.S.W., Clinical
Supervisor, and to Clinical Social
Workers Barbara Eisenberg,
M.S.W., Judith Shewach- Steven-
son, M.S.W., and Lorraine Lerner,
M.S.W. to attend conferences. •

donations of furniture in good condi-
tion to help these families get started
in this new community," said Alan
Goodman, Executive Director.
The warehouse is open on Tuesdays
and Wednesdays from 12 to 2 or by
appointment.
Sandra Hyman, Director of Reset-
tlement Service, has worked with a
group of dedicated volunteers under
the leadership of Herb Schein to get
this program off the ground.
"We would like to be open more
hours, now that we have the flexibil-
ity, but we need more volunteers to
work in the warehouse," said Hyman.
Resettlement Service offers free
pick-up service for furniture that is too
large for the donor to deliver to the
warehouse.
For more information about the
warehouse or free pick-up service,
please call Bronya Spektor at 559-
4566. ■
WHAT THE WAREHOUSE
NEEDS FOR NEW AMERICANS
FROM A TO Z
Appliances
Blankets
Clocks
Dishes
Egg Beater and other kitchen utensils
Furniture
Games (for children)
Hand Tools
Irons
Judaica
Knives
LAMPS!
Mugs
Napkins and Tablecloths
Oven (Toaster)
Pots and Pans
Quiche Plate
Radio or Television
Sheets
Towels
Utensils (forks, knives, spoons)
Vacuum Cleaners
Waste Baskets
Xylophone (or other musical
instruments)
Yarn and Knitting Tools
Zoom over to the warehouse and
donate any of the items listed or
other household goods!

WE WOULD LIKE TO THANK:

Since the Fall JFS INSIDER, the following
individuals have made contributions to JEWISH
FAMILY SERVICE AND RESETTLEMENT
SERVICE. With sincere appreciation and
gratitude, we would like to thank:

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Abrin
Gail Adler
Susan Adler
Joseph and Rose Ainbinder
Marge Alpem
Mrs. Alpert
Sarah Apt
Jeff Amer
Corinne Asher
Joseph Azona
M. Barahl
Donald Barris
Betty Bayer
Mr. Benedict
Mrs. Beigel
Mrs. Bemeve
Jim Berk
Pauline Berk
Gail Berkauer
Alex Berlin
Arthur Berlin
Dr. and Mrs. Steven Berlin
lzya Berlin
Mrs. Berman
Mrs. Louis Berry
Eric Belles
Mrs. Bistrow
Mrs. Billneyer
Ms. Blauer
Mark Blinder
Cheryl Bloom
Dr. and Mrs. Blowier and Family
Mrs. Bogarad
Ellen Boorstein
Mrs. Borinstein
Mrs. Borman
Dennis Bozen
Jack Boxer
Lisa and Gerald Brody
Mr. and Mrs. Brainin
Yuhudis Brea
John and Karen Brander
Mrs. Bressler
Allen and Linda Breyer
Helen Brody
Ann Brogy
Sarah Brooks
Helen Bush
Alan Camiener
Mrs. Leah Ceasar
Neil Chaness
Rosanne Cherkinsky
Esther Cheung
Chrysler Corp.
Shirlee and Ayb Citron
D. Cohen
Estelle Cohen
Mr. and Mrs. Cohen
Pearl Cohen
Sharon Cohen
Coopers and Lybrand
Merry Coleman
Mrs. Copeland
Mrs. Covan
Warren Coville
Mindy Cooper
Donald Cutler
Diane Davis
Jody Davis
Mrs. Elsie Detach
Zelma Diamond
Sergy Dimerman
Esther Dines
Shirley Dinner
Mr. and Mm. Domer
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar
Mr. Ernest Eich
Barbara and Larry Eisenberg
Paul Eisenstat
Mrs. Eisenstein
Goldie Eskin
Karen Eversole
Berl Falbaum
Helen Faye
Mrs. Feinberg
Dr. Stuart and Marsha Feldhandler
Joan Feldman
Mr. and Mrs. Feldman
Pauline Fine
Michael Fingerman
Sylvia Finkelman
Mrs. Fisher
Kathy Fishman
Mrs. Fogel
Jo Frank
Penny Franz
Mrs. V. Friedman
Furniture Club of Detroit
Gerald Gaffield
Sophie Garber
Mr. and Mrs. Gesse
Renee Gershenson
Mrs. Gershonovich
Ada Glazer
Mr. and Mrs. Glazer
Sheila Glantz
Sylvia Glantz
Bruce and Karen Gilbert
Carol Goff
Mark Goldberg
Barbara Goldberg
Mrs. Goldrath
Barry Goodman
Esther Goodman
Norm Goodman
Phillip Goodman
Scott Goodwin
Jane Gorelleck
Mrs. Gormer
Ruth Gorman
Ann Goss
Audrey Gottlieb
Martin and Lenore Gould
Donna Grant
Bill Graham
Margaret Grashik
Mikhail Graun
Dr. John Grekin
Kerry Greenblat
Freda Griner
Sandra Grosslight
Joseph Grossman
Hanley and Julie Gurwin
Mrs. Guttenberg
Louis Halperin
Robert Harris
Selma Hausmann
Sylvia Helm.
Ricky Herling
David and Doreen Hermelin
Judy Herskovitz
Marilyn and Stuart Hertzberg
John Hopp
Sylvia Hubert
Mr. and Mrs. Imberman
Mr. and Mrs. Intman
Mrs. Inwald
Harold Israel
Harriet Israel
Mr. and Mrs. Isaacson
Edythe Jackier
Amy Jacknau
John and Gilda Jacobs
Katie Jacob
Dr. Joseph and Nancy Jacobson
Mrs. Jeisher
Mr. Joseph
Elaine Kadishaw

Mrs. J. Kallen
Dr. T. Kallierk
Susan Cassels Kamen
Nancy Kantor
G. Kaplan
Helayne Kaplan
Mr. and Mrs. Katz
Sherry Katz
Bill Kaufman
Gary Kaufman
Irving Keene
Sarah W. Keidan
Mrs. Keys
Mrs. Kirsch
Harvey and Aileen Kleiman
Agnes and Bernard Klein
Diane Klein
Ken Klein
Karen Knoppow
Mr. and Mrs. Knoppow
Mrs. Krasnick
Mrs. Kretzman
Lydia Kuniaysky
Mr.and Mrs. Kirshener
Mrs. Kutzan
Judith LaBret
Mary Lakoff
Judy Lanctot
Mrs. Lasser
Gail Lassom
Sheryl Lavner
Mrs. Leaf
Mrs. Leeds
Carol Lewer
Karen and Scott Lewis
Marsha Lewis
Evelyn Levine
Smart and Shula Levy
Janet Lieberman
Kim Liebowitz
Annette Liftman
Mrs. Lipsky
Marvin Littman
Kerrit and Sandford Litinsky
Betty Lowenthal
Martin Lubetsky
Charles and Ava Lukas
Nancy Lullove
Mr. Lumelsky
Mark Magner
Mrs. Mandel
Theodore Mandel
Aaron Maniker
Louis Marshall Benevolent Fund
Mrs. Marks
Mrs. Marlowe
Judy and John Marx
Marsha Mason
Elaine Melder
Sheila Meissner
Oscar Mertz
Alvin Michaels
Dennis Michaels
Dina Mikon
Mitchell and Jill Milan
Mrs. Miller
Terry Modell
Mrs. Morse
Mrs. Moyer
Judy Nadelberg
Mr. Nager
Mrs. Neuman
Ann Nilgore
Mrs. Nolish
Joelyn and George Nyman
Mr. Obzin
Calvin and Patty Oppenheim
Rose Paul
Harley and Barbara Pearlman
Paul Pepple
Fred Petok
Ruth Plotnick
Miss Polk
Herbert Pont
Dr. Elizabeth Poplin
Miss. Posner
M.A. Price
Mrs. Raboi
Lou Rasman
Judy Rasner
Rodney Raul
Maurice Reistman
Esther and Milton Ressler
Gayle Riben
Helen Ring
Mrs. Rivin
Irene Rodman
Mr. and Mrs. Roe
Adele and Ben Rose
Mr. and Mrs. Rosen
Paul Rosen
Leslie Rosenbaum
Don and Janis Rosenberg
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rosenblum
Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Roth
Nancy Rothfeeler
Cynthia Rowland
Donald Rubin
Jack Rubin
Matilda Rubin
Mrs. Rubinoff
Dr. Paul Run
Helen Samberg
Abraham Schwartz
Merry Schwartz
Earl Schwartz
Dorothy Seaswerd
Mr. Abraham Seidman
Alfred Shaw
Aaron and Liz Sherbun
Mrs. Sherman
Mr. Shiffman
Mr. and Mrs. Shulman
Rose Shuster
Mrs. Siegal
Harriet and Matt Siegel
Louis Sills
Helen Silver
Mr. Silberman
Mr. Silverstein
Joseph and Rose Simons
Sam Sklar
Joel Steven Sloan
Richard Smith
Toba Smokier
Lorraine Soloman
Marilyn and Bob Solomon
Lisa Sommers
Mark Spektor
Judith S. Stevenson
Adeline and Al Stern
Sheldon and Jesse Stem
Kenneth Stoller
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Stollman
Phyllis and Phillip Stone
Dr. Beverly Talen
Susan Tauber
Carolyn Tisdale
Mrs. Tolwin
Barbara Tronstein
Laura Trosh
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ushomirsky
Mrs. Victor
Mr. Steven Wachsberg
Marcia Walker
Elaine Waysman
Mrs. Weberm.
Mr. and Mrs. Weinbaum

Milton and Margaret Weiner
Leo Weiss
Morris Weiss
Lawrence Wembler
Lester Weitm.
Mrs. Weintraub
Phyllis Whitehead
Marianne WIldstrom
Mrs. B. Winkelman
Mr. Winner

Mr. Ben Wish
Joyce Wolk
Sheldon Yellen
Mrs. Yollif
Mrs. Zafron

Mrs. Zalla
Mr. Zirulnik
Diana Zolotarova
Milton Zussman

We would also like to acknowledge the many generous contri-
butions made to the RESETTLEMENT SERVICE WARE-
HOUSE.
*Although we try our best. we realize mistakes do happen. If
your name has been inadvertently omitted or mispelled. please
let us know. Thank you for your understanding.

In the next issue of the JFS INSIDER, tributes in
memory of or in honor of will be listed with the
donor's name.

JEWISH FAMILY SERVICE
NAME FUNDS

Jewish Family Service has estab-
lished a new Name Fund Program to
help fund important support pro-
grams to benefit the Jewish commu-
nity. A donor may establish a name
fund in his family's name or as a
memorial to a loved one. The name
funds will support such programs as
Group Apartments for the Elderly,
the Child Abuse Prevention Pro-
gram, Resettlement Service and other
services in need of additional
funding.
The benefits of the Name Fund
Program includes:
- 100 tribute cards that the donor
may send from the fund each
year.
- Listing all tributes made to the
name fund in the J.F.S. Insider.
- The opportunity for friends and
family to make gifts to the
established name fund of the
donor.
For additional information
about creating a J.F.S. Name
Fund, please call Louise Hacker at
559-1500. ■

PRESIDENT'S
MESSAGE

by John Jacobs

During the past year in office, I am
more convinced than ever of the com-
mitment and dedication of the Jewish
Family Service staff to provide the
highest quality counseling in the field.
Our mission is to serve the entire
Jewish community irrespective of
income level. Our quality counseling
and support services are among the
best of any provider in our area. In
fact, we are known nationally and
recognized for our group therapy
programs and our innovative treatment
approaches, as exemplified by our
Child Abuse Prevention Program.
The agency is accredited by the
Council of Accreditation and in many
ways far exceeds the requirements of
this organization.
We encourage and support our
workers to offer the highest standards
of practice. We provide post degree
training and supervision for staff to
further develop and enhance their skills
in individual, family and group
practice.
Our branch office in West Bloom-
field has surpassed our expectations
and is responding to the needs of the
Jewish population in the area.
I am proud to be associated with
Jewish Family Service and with the
many men and women who are commit-
ted to maintaining its outstanding
services and continued concern for the
welfare of our community.



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