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December 07, 1979 - Image 68

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-12-07

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68 Friday, December 7, 1919

40—BUSINESS CARDS

Teem & Sew* Nadia Service
Moe-Up Spacial $10.95

FREE PICK UP & DELIVERY

FAMILY APPUAN2 MOD

DAY& 522-4440

IITIM 352-2207

AFTER 5:111

THE DEIRMT JEWISH NEWS

KITCHEN cabinets &
woodwork refinished. An-
tiquing, staining. Custom
interior painting. Reason-
able. References.

967-1114

51—MISCELLANEOUS

SERVICE WITH
A SMILE

AMERICAN AIRLINE discount
coupons for sale. $35. 962-0844.

Call Carol Glassman
5484053
"Yew Fait Instil Is Here"

Snow tires on wheels.
H-78-15, used 2 months.
White wall. Belted. $60 a
pair.

Catering to senior citizens
& shut-ins needs.

I repair, refinish anything &
everything. Also hang pic-
tures, drapes, etc.

Servicing homes, apts.
and condos. Experienced,
fast service.

Free Estimates.
Reasonable.

Call 569-2081
10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

EXPERIENCED
CARPENTER

Fine craftsmanship of all kinds.
Home repairs, remodeling, new
construction. Repair old doors
and locks.

No job too big or small.
Reasonable rates.

RICHARD HYMAN

557-2896

Counter Tops — Formica
Work — Vanities & Tops
— Cabinets.

Licensed

575-9840
eves. 967-3446

CUSTOM COUNTER TOPS

ROLLEN HILLS
Painting & Papering
Low winter prices

Call after 7 pm
399-7855

WEAVING

Re-weave tears, burns,
moth holes. All type clo-
thing, upholstered furni-
ture. Reasonable price.

557-2531

This Space
Reserved for
Your Ad

Call 424-8833

Quality
Office Services

SECRETARIAL

TELEPHONE ANSWERING

• BOOKKEEPING

• LEGAL TYPING

• PHOTO COPYING

• RESUMES

• MANUSCRIPTS

• NOTARY PUBLIC

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SUITE 208
SOUTHFIELD

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coupons. $25. 54-8-8838 eves.

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Save $60

while supply lasts

Call

557-1311

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I I I I I I I 1 I 1 1 I

53—ENTERTAINMENT

SINGING guitarist, violinist plus
Disco tapes. 398-2462.

Enhance your Simcha (Happy
Occasion), by listening to the
melodious voice of an Israeli and
English folk guitarist. Reason-
able rates.

Please call 399-0079

BAND

Excellent Music
For All Social
Occasions

731-6081

Homosexuality
and Judaism

By RABBI SAMUEL FOX
(Copyright 1979, JTA Inc.)

Judaism forbids
homosexuality. The Bible
explicitly states that
homosexuality is consid-
ered to be an abomination
(Leviticus 18:22 and 20:13).
The Talmud (Nedarim
51a) explains that
homosexuality destroys the
family unit and considers it
one of the gravest errors on
the part of those who engage
in the act. The Chinuch
(209,210) indicates that it is
also wasting semen in vain
besides defying the Almigh-
ty's plan for reproduction
implied in nature. It also
indicates that homosexual-
ity is a transgression of the
biblical command that a
man "shall cleave unto a
woman" (Genesis 2:24) and
not a man.
It has also been suggested
that since the Bible states
that„ the Almighty created
humankind as "man and
woman" (Genesis 5:2),
homosexuality would be an-
tagonistic to the aim of the
heavenly creator.

Pre-Campaign Vice Chairmen Named

David Randleman and
Irving R. Seligman, general
chairmen of the 1980 Allied
Jewish Campaign - Israel
Emergency Fund, have an-
nounced the appointment of

12 pre-Campaign vice
chairmen. They are Sol
Cicurel, Dr. Paul C. Fein-
berg, Dr. Conrad L. Giles,

Dr. Milton H. Goldrath,
Irwin L. Kahn, Thomas I.
Klein, Robert H. Naftaly,

vision last year. He is a
member of the boards of
the Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration, Jewish Commu-
nity Council and Jewish
Community Center. He is
the chairman of Federa-
tion's national and com-
munity relations agen-
cies budget and planning
division.

Nemer, a former chair-
man of the Real Estate and
Building
Trades Division,
Milford Nemer, Joseph H.
Orley, Sam Rich, D. Lawr- served as pre-Campaign
ence Sherman and Charles vice chairman in 1978 and
1979. He is a member of the
Snider.
This is Cicurel's fourth boards of the Jewish Home
year as pre-Campaign vice for Aged and the Tamarack
chairman. A former chair- Hills Authority.
Orley, a pre-Campaign
man of the Mercantile Di-
vision, he is a member of the vice chairman last year,
boards of United Hebrew was chairman of the Indus-
Schools and the Detroit trial and Automotive Di-
vision in 1977 and 1978. He
Service Group.
Dr. Feinberg, a former is a member of Federation's
chairman of the Profes- collection review commit-
sional Division, was a pre- tee.
Rich, a member of the
Campaign vice chairman in
1978 and again last year. Jewish Community Cen-
He is a member of Federa- ter's board, has been active
tion's board of governors in the Real Estate and
and associate chairman of Building Trades Division.
Sherman chaired the
its national and community
relations agencies budget Mercantile Division in
and planning division and 1978 and 1979. He is a
on the board of United He- member of Federation's
collection review com-
brew Schools.

Dr. Giles chaired the
Professional Health Di-
vision in the last two
Campaigns. He is a
member of the boards of
the Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration, United Jewish
Charities and Fresh Air
Society. He heads Feder-
ation's conference of
budget and planning di-
vision chairmen.

This is Dr. Goldrath's
third year as pre-Campaign
vice chairman. A past
chairman of the Profes-
sional Division, he serves on
the boards of the Jewish
Welfare Federation, United
Hebrew Schools and Detroit
Service Group.
Kahn chaired the Mer-
cantile Division in the last
two Campaigns. He is a
member of Federation's col-
lection review committee.
Klein chaired the Food
and Services Division in
1978 and served as a pre-
Campaign vice chairman
last year. He is a member of
the boards of the Jewish •
Welfare Federation and its
executive committee,
United Jewish Charities,
Jewish Community Center
and Detroit Service Group.
Naftaly chaired the
Professional Service Di-

mittee.

Snider, a pre-Campaign
vice chairman in 1978 and
1979, is a former chairman
of the Real Estate and
Building Trades Division.
He is a member of the board
of the Jewish Family Serv-
ice and serves on Federa-
tion's collective review and
capital need committees.
• • •

UJA Executive
at Campaign Meeting
Irving Bernstein, execu-
tive vice chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal, will
speak at a cocktail reception
for Allied Jewish Campaign
- Israel Emergency Fund
volunteers at 8 p.m. Wed-
nesday at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek.
The reception is being
hosted by Campaign Gen-
eral Chairmen Handleman
and Seligman.
"Our volunteer workers
are an essential part of the
Campaign," said Handle-
man. "Division chairmen
are being invited to all
Campaing officers' meet-
ings, and all officers are
being assigned division re-
sponsibilities, so that di-
vision workers will always
be able to call on a Cam-

A pre-Campaign parlor meeting, hosted by Allied
Jewish Campaign General Chairman David Randle-
man, third from right, and Mrs. Randleman, second
from right, was addressed by Moshe Gilboa, Israel
consul general to the Midwest. Shown with Mr. and
Mrs. Gilboa, center, are, from left: Campaign co-
chairmen Jay M. Kogan, Marvin H. Goldman and I.
William Sherr.

CICUREL FEINBERG - GILES

KAHN

KLEIN

ORLEY

RICH

paign officer for assistance."
"We want to emphasize
that we're running one un-
ified Campaign," Seligman
added. "In the past many
workers have felt that pre-
Campaign was becoming a
separate drive. This year,
we want to involve division
workers from the very
start."

Women to Hear
Neil Cooper

NEIL COOPER
Neil A. Cooper, 1978
chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal's Young
Leadership Cabinet, will
speak at a meeting of the
Allied Jewish Campaign -
Israel Emergency Fund
Women's Division at noon
Wednesday. The luncheon
meeting, for contributors of
$600, will be held at the
Bloomfield Hills home of
Suzy Honigman.
Shelby Tauber is Cam-
paign chairman, and Jane
Sherman, associate chair-

GOLDRATH

SHERMAN SNIDER

man, of the Women's Di-
vision. Dulcie Rosenfeld is
division president.

Account:1;A; to Hear

Dr. William Korey
The Accountants Section

of the 1980 Allied Jewish
Campaign - Israel Emer-
gency Fund will hold its an-
nual breakfast caucus 9:45
a.m. Dec. 16 at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek.
Guest speaker will be Dr.
William Korey, director of
the Bnai Brith Interna-
tional Council and a leading
authority on human rights,
Soviet Jewry and the
United Nations.
Prior to his present as-
signment, he directed the
Anti-Defamation League's
Washington, D.C. office and
later Bnai Brith's United
Nations office.
A graduate of the Uni-

versity of Chicago and
Columbia University, Dr.
Korey has taught at City
and Brooklyn Colleges
and Columbia and
Yeshiva Universities. He
has written numerous ar-
ticles on human rights
and Soviet Jewry. His
book, "The Soviet Cage:
Anti-Semitism in Rus-
sia," was hailed as the
authoritative work on the
plight of Soviet Jewry.

Abraham Burnstein and
Lawrence F. Portnoy are
chairmen of the Account-
ants Section. David K. Page
and Harry L. Silverman
chair the Professional Serv-
ice Division.

Leaders of the Allied Jewish Campaign-Israel
Emergency Fund Women's Division, shown at a re-
cent fund-raising meeting, are from left, Shelby
Tauber, Dulcie Rosenfeld, guest speaker Annette
Dukin, hostess Reva Kogan, Joan Goldrath, Edie Mit-
tenthal and Jane Sherman.

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