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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-07-18

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32 Friday, July 18, 1975

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Radomer Aid
Sets Installation

The Radomer Aid Society
will hold its annual installa-
tion dinner 7 p.m. Tuesday
at Cong. Beth Achim.
Nathan Wolok will be in-
stalled as president. Other
officers include Rita Ager
and Helen Greenberg, vice
presidents; Louis Lumberg,
treasurer; Mae Weintraub
and Lillian Katz, secre-
taries; Katy Rubin and Max
Wein, trustees; Samuel
Slakter, sergeant-at-arms:
and committee chairmen
Esther Wolok, Ray Wein-
, man, Fannie and Louis
Klein, Sylvia Edelstein,
Sonia Rolintzky and Mar-
garet Garber.
Morris Greenberg will be
installation chairman. For
reservations, call Ms.
Greenberg, 557-4216, or
Bessie Adler, 341-5526.

HAL GORDON

Readers Forum

Elderly Problems Familiar

Editor, The Jewish News:
We have read with pained
recognition the letters of the
past two weeks which point
to the pathetic lack of Jew-
ish culture and Kosher serv-
ice in local nursing homes.
The Council of Orthodox
Rabbis of Greater Detroit,
has been actively involved in
this problem and has been
fighting an uphill battle all
the way.
Rabbi Joshua S. Sperka,
has been performing a yeo-
man task in serving as
Chaplain to a number of
nursing homes.
Of even greater distress
and grief, is the story be-
hind the nursing home men-
tioned in Rabbi Gardyn's

Rabbi Supported

Editor, The Jewish News:
It is with deep sadness
that I read the letter from
Rabbi Moshe Gardyn.
Let the Rabbi speak from
the heart and say what he
has done to offer a solution
to this heart-breaking prob-
lem.
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letter. Originally, this facil-
ity was built with kosher ac-
commodations, under the
influence and supervision of
the Vaad Harabonim.
Subsequently, the own-
ers decided to discontinue
this service and gave due
notice. The Vaad called a
number of meetings —
with family, community
leaders, Federation repre-
sentatives, to assist in re-
solving this problem — all
to no avail.
We call on concerned
members of our community
to re-evaluate the welfare
services that we provide and
begin to show deserved
dignity due our elders and
those incapacitated. Let us
make ttem feel that they
are still an integral part of
the Jewish faith.
RABBI LEIZER LEVIN
Council of Orthodox Rabbis

Nursing Homes Hit

Editor, The Jewish News:
Rabbi Gardyn is to be
commended and praised for
his letter to you of July 4, in
which he deplores the fact
that the Jewish infirm in
nursing homes of his area
are deprived of kosher
meals and a Jewish cultural
and religious atmosphere.

Nursing homes are all
business ventures, and, un-
fortunately, kosher cuisine,
special social and religious
activities, physical therapy,
etc. are all additional expen-
ses which had to be elimi-
nated.

Rising labor costs, food
costs, utilities, insurance,
etc. forced nursing homes to
budget themselves very
closely to insure a profit. Of
course nursing home own-
ers long ago forgot that the
people occupying- the beds
were human beings instead
of just monthly rental in-
come units.
J.F. LYNN

Anti-Zionism
Document Hit

Editor, The Jewish News:
The politically oriented
Declaration of Mexico urg-
ing the eliminaton of Zion-
ism put forward at the UN
sponsored International
Women's Year Wolrd Con-
ference in Mexico City is a
blot on the record of that
important conference.
This latest condemnation
of Israel is another example
of what has become increas-
ingly evident — that even
those United Nations or-
gans which we have a right
to expect to he impeccably
international and non-polit-
ical are being perverted to
achieve narrow political
aims.
RUTH MILLER
President, Greater Detroit
Council of Pioneeer Women

Call to Arms

Awake, Israel! Blow the
shofar thunderously! Pro-
claim: We, the people of Is-
rael, warn the United States
of America, which has de-
clared war against us, and
the rest of the nations, that
we are and always shall re-
main a sovereign nation,
neither timorous client nor
fawning colony.

We warn that we shall
not he the scapegoat on the
.altars of vicious interna-
tional diplomacy and vile
trafficking of oil.
We warn that to save our
Land and our Independence
we shall fight to the last
man, to the last grain of
sand, and they who plan to
destroy us we shall annihi-
late.
Am Yisroel Chai!
PAUL ELDRIDGE

If a man strives to lead an
upright life, God will aid
him in his endeavors; if he is
inclined toward evil, the
way is open to him.
—The Talmud

NCJCS Plans
Pilot Project

Miss Beckstrom
Plans to Marry

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Plans for a pilot project for
continuing study by profes-
sional workers in the Jewish
service field, scheduled to
get underway next fall, have
been announced by the Na-
tional Conference of Jewish
Communal Service.

NCJCS officials said 17
Jewish communities had
ndicated they wanted to
1 Jarticipate in the project.
They were listed as Boston,
Cincinnati, Miami, Wash-
ngton, Los Angeles, Balti-
more, Metropolitan New
J ersey (Newark region),
MISS BECKSTROM
Cleveland,. Hartford, Pitts-
Mrs. Doris Beckstrom of
b urgh, Buffalo, Rochester,
Wilmington, St. Louis, Min- Melvin Ave., Livonia, an-
n eapolis, St. Paul and New nounces the engagement of
her daughter Margaret
Pork.
May, to Philip Steven Kut-
nick. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Kutnick of Oak Park
Blvd., Oak Park.
t
Miss Beckstrom is a grad-
uate of Western Michigan
NEW YORK — Fort-five University. Her fiance was
U.S. and Canadian Israel graduated from Kalamazoo
Bond leaders will go to Jeru- College.
alem at the invitation of
An October wedding is
Prime Minister Yitzhak
Rabin Aug. 2 for intensive planned.
d iscussions on Israel's ur-
g ent economic needs.

Jewish Leaders
o Meet Rabin

During the three days of
ntensive sessions and visits
o strategic economic and
ecurity sites, the Israel
and leaders will also con-
er with former Prime Min-
is ter Golda Meir, Finance
M inister Yehoshua Rabi-
n owitz, Defense Minister
S himon Peres, Chief-of-
S taff Mordechai Gur and
0 ther high government offi-
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