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October 29, 1976 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-10-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

30 Friday, October 29, 1976

Israeli. Diplomats Can't Moonlight

JERUSALEM (ZINS)
— The government has
issued new regulations
forbidding its public offi-
cials serving in foreign
countries to moonlight or

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DISCOUNT

To One and All
FUND RAISING,

u E pa rTno

Group•Living

receive fees for making for Aged Urged
speeches or writing arti-
cles.
NEW YORK — "The el-
Israeli representatives derly citizen deserves al-
who intend to engage iri ternatives to traditional
these activities will need institutional care and in-
special permission to do dependent apartment liv-
so. Until now Israeli offi- ing, in the form of innova-
cials abroad were able to tive and homelike group
lecture and write for fees. living arrangements, - it
That was actually the - was advocated at a semi-
case with Premier Yit- nar sponsored by the
zhak Rabin when he was Committee on Aging of
the Israeli Ambassador the Council of Jewish
in Washington.
Federations and Welfare
Funds (CJF), led by Dr.
SEFER TORAH
Michael M. Karl of St.

20%

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Jewelry
(ISRAELI)

DEDICATION

SUNDAY
NOVEMBER 7, 1:00 P.M.
LUBAVITCHER CENTER

399-4030 967-0781

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. The seminar, "Options
in Living Arrangements
for the Elderly, - focused
on pilot programs in
group living for the aged
who are frail but self-
sufficient enough to live
together in small groups,
sharing household tasks,
in rented apartments or
purchased townhouses
designed for them, with a
minimum of supervision.

Residents often. retain
their own physicians and
specialists but other ser-
vices are provided in the
community.

Jewish federations and
their affiliated agencies,
long in the forefront of
care for the aged, con-
ceived the community
group living models for
elderly citizens who do
not need "packaged - in-
stitutional care but want
more than independent
apartment living where
no services are provided.

WE, AS LABOR ZIONISTS

welcome the bipartisan support of Israel in this year's presidential
campaign, and all efforts to enhance her security and to effect peace
with her neighbors.

However, eight years of the Nixon-Ford Administration have
made it abundantly clear that the urgent problems and frustrations
caused by declining urban centers, deepening recession, rising un-
employment, severe cuts in education, inadequate housing and
health care, to mention only a few items, remain unsolved. Nor have
we seen any genuine attempt at their solution.

We believe therefore that the Democratic Party offers a domestic
program that supports the goals toward which Labor Zionists have
historically striven and gives us a measure of hope for the future;
that is, programs that will help close the cultural and economic gaps
that exist in our society, assume national responsibility for the
problems of our cities and recognize the role of trade unions in
helping workers achieve social and financial security.

We, therefore endorse the national Democratic slate, Jimmy Carter
for President and Walter Mondale for Vice-President.

Gloria and Morris Lifshay
Leon and Hilda Lucas
David and Ethel Silberg
Mel and Rita Seidman
Elliot and Jean Rappaport
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Asher
Ralph and Jean Levy
Gordon and Gloria Silverman
Henry and Frieda Faigin
Victor and Alice Ross
Stephen and Caroline Cooper
Steven Posen
Norton and Lorelei Cohen
Boaz Siegel
Bernard and Edith Linderman
Isadore and Leah Shrodeck

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Berent
Oscar and Estelle Rappaport
Bernard and Sarah Schiff
Mr. and Mrs. Benj. Ben-Baruch
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kane
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Disner
Norman and Helen Naimark
Mrs. Arthur Robbins
Ben and Elsie Harold
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Linden
Cindy Tarnoff
Hilda Cooper
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Diamond
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Gornbein
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Huppert

Judith Brady
Rebecca Sanders
Dr. and Mrs. David Feld
Alan and Rena Goldsmith
Mr. and Mrs. Louis LaMed
Dr. and Mrs. Morton Falick
Senator Daniel Cooper
Walter Klein
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Berke
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Friedman
Berl and Brocha Hearshen
Mr. and Mrs. Shiefman
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Rollin
Shelort and Inez Klimist
Evelyn Noveck

AD HOC COMMITTEE OF LABOR ZIONISTS
-
FOR POLITICAL EDUCATION

pd. pol. adv.

Historical Society Undertakes
Jewish Cemetery Restoration

PHILADELPHIA —
The plans for the restora-
tion of Mikveh Israel
Cemetery, Philadelphia,
the oldest Jewish cemet-
ery in the United States,
are being made a reality
by the Colonial Philadel-
phia Historical Society, a
non-ethnic association.,
The Colonial Philadel-
phia Historical Society
and the Haym Salomon
Memorial Committee, in
an arrangement with the
Mikveh Israel congrega-
tion, initiated the resto-
ration and preservation
project in celebration of
'the nation's 200th birth-
day. The work of restora-
tion is being done under
the supervision of the Na-
tional Park Service, be-
cause the cemetery comes
within the confines of In-
dependence National
Historical Park.
The National Park Ser-
vice will also supervise
the preservation stage of
the program and train
volunteer guides for the
cemetery, according to
Arthur Klein, chairman
of the society's restora-
tion program.
The estimated cost of
the project is $100,000.
The cemetery ground
was deeded to Mikveh Is-
rael congregation in 1738
by William Penn's son,
John, upon the request of
Nathan Levy, patriarch of
the early Philadelphia
Jewish community.
The graveyard con-
tains the remains of
Haym Salomon, members
of the Gratz Family;
Philip Moses Russel, a
surgeon's mate who vol-
unteered to spend the
winter with Washington
at Valley Forge; Major
Benjamin Nones, who
served on the staffs of
Washington and
Lafayette and also
headed the Hebrew Leg-

Israel UN Envoy
to Address ARMDI

NEW YORK — More
than 200 national leaders
of American Red Magen
David for Israel (ARMDI)
supporting Magen David
Adorn (MDA) Israel's Red
Cross, will be addressed
by Dov B. Schmorack,
Ambassador Extraordi-
nary and Plenipoten-
tiary, Permanent Mission
of Israel to the United
Nations at the ARMDI
National Presidents Con-
ference to be held at the
Warwick Hotel in New
York City Saturday.
The keynote speaker at
the plenary sessions
scheduled Sunday, will be
Prof. Moshe Many,
chairman MDA Interna-
tional Department.

ion of 400 men; Reuben
Etting, captain of the In-
dependent Blues and
later appointed the first
United States Marshall
for Maryland by Thomas
Jefferson.

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which will take place God willing

SUN., NOV. 7, 1976 1:00 P.M.

at the

LUBAVITCHER CENTER

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NO

ADMISSION CHARGE

The Sefer Torah has been donated by
Mr. Ben Becker and Robert & Marsha
Sherman
in memory of

LUBA BECKER.

HIGHLIGHTS OF PROGRAM

Musical Program

a

Golda Hospitalized

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Former Premier Golda
Meir, 78, was hospitalized
at the Hadassah Medical
Center last week for
treatment of an intesti-
nal infection, a spokes-
man for the hospital dis-
closed.
He said Mrs. Meir's
general condition was
good and that she would
he discharged shortly
undergoing a series

JACK- BARNES
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His Continentals

SEFER TORAH HAS BEEN LIBER-
ATED FROM THE SOVIET UNION
AND HAS NEVER BEEN COM-
PLETED UNTIL NOW! NOW WE
HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO
FINISH THE SEFER TORAH. THIS IS
A ONCE IN A LIFETIME EXPERI-
ENCE YOU WON'T WANT TO
MISS.

Children welcome if'
accompanied by an adult.

Reception Following Program

Rabbi Solomon S. Hecht
Chicago, III.

For more info. call

548-2666

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