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June 25, 1976 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-06-25

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June 25, 1976 35

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Plans, Elections Highlight JVS-CW Meeting

Vietnam-Like War
Sought by Arabs

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
According to Israeli intellig-
ence . the strategy of those
organizing Arab demonstra-
tions in the so-called "oc-
cupied" territories is to em-
broil Israel in a Vietnam-
like struggle.
Intercepted messages
from Yasir Arafat's agents
stress the enormous propo-
ganda value of scenes shown
on American TV of Israelis
subduing Arab protesters
which are creating sympa-
thy for the Arab cause. This
_ is far more important, they
point out, than the actual
defiance of authority-in the
demonstrations themselves.
They note that the same
strategy was used in Viet-
nam.

The future plans of the
Jewish Vocational Service
and Community Workshop,
the recognition of corpora-
tions who had shown out-
standing cooperation in the
activities of the agency, and
the election of officers were
the highlights of the annual
meeting of the JVS-CW last
week at the Standard City
Club.
President Bruce E. Thal,
announced that the past 12
months had been a time of
unprecedented demand for
all services of the JVS-CW.
Highlighting the year was
the approval this month by
the Michigan Vocational
Rehabilitation Service of a
program that will enable

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JVS-CW, in cooperation
with the Rehabilitation In-
stitute of the United Hospi-
tals of Detroit, Vocational
Rehab Service and United
Cerebral Palsy to develop
and demonstrate new tech-
niques to enable rehabilita-
tion workshop services to be
delivered to people with
physical impairments so
severe that at present they
cannot be served by voca-
tional rehabilitation facili-
ties.
Thal noted the adverse
economic conditions had
caused a dramatic increase
in the requests for all kinds
of job placement services.
He observed that a very high
proportion of those seeking
those services were placed
directly by the agency.
Twenty-five percent more
Russian emigres were
served this year than the
previous year, while the de-
mand for all kinds of reha-
bilitation services were
greater than the agency's
capacity to fulfill such re-
quests. Much of this in-
crease in service was made
possible by the expansion of
the Southfield branch of the
office.
JVS-CW officers elected
at the annual meeting in-
cluded: president, Stuart
E. Hertzberg; vice presi-
dents, John L. Greenberg,
Walter S. Nussbaum and
Julian H. Scott; secretary,
Mrs. Nora Barron; and
treasurer, Stuart Gold-
stein. New board members
elected were: Reuben P.
Bergman, Mrs. Delores
Farber, Sidney I. Feld-

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stitute and VRS; develop
new counseling and other
services designed to enhance
the retirement years of sen-
ior citizens.
Dr. Conrad Giles, chair-
man of the Community
Services Division of the Jew-
ish Welfare Federation, on
behalf of JWF expressed
recognition of the contribu-
tions that JVS was making
to the Jewish community
and to the vocational service
needs of the Detroit Metro-
politan area.
The "Employer of the
STUART HERTZBERG
Year Award" for out-
standing cooperation in
man, Stanley. Friedman,
Seymour Israel, Morris the placementzof severely
disabled clients of the Ar-
Rachlin, David Schurgin,
nold E. Frank Workshop
Richard Silverman, Her-
bert Spieser, and Neil So- was awarded to Fred Far-
ber of House of Imports.
sin.
The "Contractor of the
Stuart E. Hertzberg,
president-elect, reflected on Year Award" for outstand-
the dramatic growth of the ing cooperation in enabling
agency over the past six the Community Workshop
years, and looked forward to obtain necessary work
to a future in which the contracts to serve its handi-
agency would develop a sec- capped clients was awarded
ond workshop facility de- to Norman Ash, represent-
signed to serve aged and re- ing the Perfection Automo-
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Honored at the annual meeting of the Jewish Voca-
tional Service and Community Workshop were, top pho-
tograph, Norman Ash, right, of Perfection Automotive
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