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November 10, 1978 - Image 62

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-11-10

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Israel Threatens

PARIS (JTA) — Israel
has branded Arab charges
against archeological dig-
gings in Jerusalem and
educational methods in the
West Bank and Gaza as "un-
just and unjustified," and
were contrary to the find-
ings of UNESCO-appointed
experts. The Israeli dele-
gate to the 20th UNESCO
conference, Ambassador
Emile Najar, told the organ-
ization's general conference
that Israel -also asks that
meeting to cancel two • con-
demnations voted in
quorom. He indicated that if
this is not done, Israel
might have to reconsider its
future cooperation with tie
Israel was criticized in
1974 for its diggings in
Jerusalem and for the edu-
cational facilities it offers
the Palestinians living in
the occupied territories.
Najar said these resolu-
tions were "unfair and un-
just." He said that a full re-
port written on this issue by
a UNESCO-appointed ex-
pert, Pauk M
_ arc Henry, had
been only partially re-
leased. The report, the Is-
-raeli delegation said, clears
Israel of all the . charges.
UNESCO Director General
Amadou Moukhtar m'Bow
reportedly withheld publi-
cation of the full report
claiming that it was "both
biased and only a private
opinion." The report drafted
by Henry had not been ap-
proved by the other five
members of the UNESCO
fact-finding commission.

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based on the cooperative


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Berman Cited at Federation Annual Meeting

Former Jewish. Welfare
Federation President Man-
dell L. Berman, a leader in
Federation and Allied
Jewish Campaign activities
for more than 30 years, re-
ceived the Fred M. Butzel
Memorial Award for distin-
guished communal leader-
ship at the 52nd annual
meeting of the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation on Monday
evening at Adat Shalom
The award was presented
by Alan E. Schwartz, a
former Federation
president who received the
Butzel . Award in 1974.
In accepting the award,
Berman lauded past Butzel
Award winners, "the Fed-
eration leaders who built
the Jewish communal foun-
dation in Detroit."
- He warned, however,
that the Detroit Jewish
community cannot rest
upon its great record;
that it must plan for "the
frightening Jewish de-
mographics, the deter-
iorating Jewish family,
the, problems of the el-
He pointed to the need for
long-range social and cul-
tural planning and the need

to work together with the
The annual meeting was
chaired by Jewish Welfare
Federation President Mar-
tin Citrin, who is complet-
ing his three-year term as
president of Federation.

Citrin reviewed the
events that have occurred
during his three years in
office, both locally and in-
ternationally, with De-
troit's communal agencies
and Israel's quest for peace.
He tlianked the Feder-

ation and communal
agencies leadership for
their support and ex-
pressed confidence that
Detroit would meet its
1979 Allied Jewish Cam-
paign goal of $19 million
as well as aid Israel's
Project Renewal.

Campaign Chairman Irv-
ing Seligman returned from
a President's Mission to Is-
rael last weekend. Citrin
announced that while
Seligman was in Israel
Ramala was pieked as De-

Mandell L. Berman, right, is shown holding the Fred
M. Butzel Memorial Award which was presented to
him Monday evening. With him are, left, Jewish Wel-
fare Federation President Martin E. Citrin and
former Butzel Award winner Allan E. Schwartz.

troit's sister city for Project
A highlight of the annual
meeting program was the
presentation of "To Life!", a
slide "essay" showing the
work of Federation's
member agencies. The pre-
sentation was photo-
graphed and directed by
Richard Vernick, with
music composed and di-
rected by Julius Chajes.


Seven persons were
elected to three-year terms
on Federation's board of
governors: N. Brewster
Broder, Maurice S. Cohen,
Dr. Milton H. Goldrath,
Rabbi James I. Gordon,
Lawrence S. Jackier, Milton
J. Miller and Jane Sher-
Lester S. Burton and
Carolyn Greenberg were
re-elected to the board.

Mandell Berman, left, shown at age 16, receives a
prize for winning the Allied Jewish Campaign's essay
contest in 1935. Presenting the prize to Berman is Fred
M. Butzel, then -chairman of the Allied Jewish Cam-

Women's Division Inaugurates Allied Drive

Israeli novelist Yael
Dayan, daughter of Israel's
Foreign Minister Moshe
Dayan, will speak at a
brunch meeting of the Al-
lied Jewish Campaign - Is-
rael Emergency Fund Wo-
men's. Division for con-
tributors of $3,000 or more
11 . a.m. Nov. 17 in the

Bloomfield Hills home of
Rosalie Kolbert.
Ms. Dayan has written
numerous best-selling
books, including "New Face
in the Mirror," "Envy the
Frightened," "Dust" and
"Death Had Two Sons."
A Sabra born on moshav
liahalal, Israel, she served

Kolbert is assignments
chairman and . Reva
Taubman is adviser. Vice
chairmen are Barbara
Berry, Use Doner, Edythe
Jackier, Sally. Soberman
and Frieda Stolhnan.
Serving on the section
cabinet are Rose Cooper,
Bernice Deutsch, Vivian
Deutsch, 'Jean Frankel,
Doralee" Goldman, Carolyn
-Greenberg, Helen Rice,
Rosalind Schiff and Leah
, Shelby Tauber is the


as a lieutenant in the Israel
Army. She has studied
political science at the. Heb-
rew University and-
traveled extensively in the
U.S., Asia, Europe and
South America.
Marlene Borman is
chairman of the Women's
Division advance gifts
section. Jane Sherman is
associate chairman. Ms.

Women's Division contributors of $6,000 and more
to the Allied Jewish Campaign - Israel Emergency
Fund were guests at a meeting hosted by Shirley
Schlafer at her Bloomfield Hills home last week.
Shown, in top photo, foreground, from left: Marlene
Borman, advdnce gifts chairman; guest speaker Jen-
nie Jones, past chairman of the United Jewish Appe-
al's National Women's Division; Shelby Tauber, cam-
paign chairman; Mrs. Schlafer; and, at rear, Jane
Sherman, associate chairman, and Dulcie Rosenfeld,
Women's Division president. Shown in bottom photo-
graph are the 34 women who were "graduated" from
the Jewish Welfare Federation Women's Division's
Leadership Seminar last month. The seven-week
seminar involved intensive briefing by lay and pro-
fessional leaders on the needs of Federation's local
agencies, most of which the women visited, and over-
seas needs. Sally Levy chaired the seminar; Barbara
Haber was associate chairman. Dulcie Rosenfeld is
president and Ellen Labes, vice president of educa-
tion for Women's Division.

Jewish Schools
in NY Receive
$15 Million Boost

Jewish educational services
in Metropolitan New York
will receive an additional $3
million per year for the next
five years.
The funds will be contrib-
uted above regular com-
mitments by the United
Jewish Appeal of Greater
New York, the Federation
of Jewish Philanthropies
and the Caroline and
Joseph S. Grum' family, to
upgrade Jewish education
in New York City and Nas-
sau, Suffolk and Westches-
ter Counties.

Law Codifiers
Program in NY

NEW YORK — Rabbi
Isaac Elchanan Theological
Semihary (RIETS) has
begun a Kollel Hora Yadin
Yadin, to train young men
to fill the roles of poskim,
codifiers of Jewish law.
The new kollel is receiv-
ing support from Mexican
industrialist Marcos D.
Katz, who has provided the
institution with funds for
scholarships, fellowships
and advanced Talmudic re-
search, and for outreach
programs in Latin America.
The two-year course of
study will be offered to a
maximum of four students
each year. • _

Help for Blind

HAIFA — The first 32
students to complete a
course in working with the
blind, in their homes and
communities have
graduated in Israel.
The course was taught in
Natanya by Haifa Univer-
sity and was sponsored by
the Israeli government and
the Joint Distribution

Women's Division Cam-
paign chairman. Dulcie
Rosenfeld is president of the

Turkey Salad


(Cqpyright 1978, JTA, Inc.)

Leftover turkey from
holiday meals always
creates a problem. My lef-
tover turkey was frozen, so I
heated it to take away the
sometimes watery taste
that it can acquire. This is a
fine main dish for a lunc-
3 /4 cup rice

21 /4 cups water
1/2 tsp. salt
1 /8 tsp. pepper
10 oz. frozen vegetables
2 -chopped dill pickles
1 tsp. onion, chopped
2 cups diced, cooked turkey
mayonnaise-type salad dres-
Bring water, rice, salt and
pepper to a boil. Cook covered
for 10 minutes. Add frozen
vegetables. Cook10 more mi-
nutes. Add remaining .. ingre-
dients and toss. Chill well.

Dr. Lewis Green

Dr. Lewis Green, a physi-
cian on the staffs of Critten-
don, Mt. Carmel and Sinai
Hospitals, died Nov. 9. /
A graduate of the Unii..„_./
sity of Michigan's medical
school in 1928, Dr. Green
was a member of the Wayne
County and Michigan State
Medical AssociationS. He
was a member- of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek. He resided
in Farmington Hills.
Dr. Green is survived by
his wife, Rose; a son, Dr.
Milton; a daughter, Mrs.
Robert (Beth) Ruskin; a
brother, Albert; and seven
grandchildren. Services 11
a.m. today at Ira Kaufman

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