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December 21, 1979 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-12-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS.

50 Friday, December 21, 1919

LENNY
LIEBERMAN

( Singles Events

Orchestra

SUNDAY JEWISH
SINGLES of the Jewish

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Quality Music
Disco Dance Instruction
Floor Show
(audience participation)

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k Community Center will
have a wine and cheese
party 8 p.m. Sunday at the
Zionist Cultural Center.
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dance duo, will entertain
and provide instruction.
There is a charge. For in-
formation, call Phil Fabian,
967-4110; Marge Thoryn,
399-2265; or Martin Davis,
532-0494.

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Increased pledges by Al-
lied Jewish Campaign - Is-
rael Emergency Fund vol-
unteer workers, stirred by a
speech last week by United
Jewish Appeal Executive
Vice Chairman Irving
Bernstein, helped boost the
total raised to date for the
1980 Campaign to
$8,072,000. In addition, De-
troit's share of Project Re-
newal has grown to
$4,875,000.
You in this room hold de-
stiny in your hands," said
Bernstein to more than 150
Campaign workers who
gathered for a cocktail party
hosted by the Campaign
and division chairmen Dec.
12 at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
"You can control the fu-
ture of this community and
the continuity of the Jewish
lifeline all over the world."

Jewish Welfare Federation President George
Zeltzer and United Jewish Appeal Executive Vice
Chairman Irving Bernstein, standing at left, are
shown with the leadership of the Allied Jewish Cam-
paign at the Dec. 12 Campaign reception at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek.

"In wartime we don't
need speeches; we react,"
Bernstein said. "Peace is
much more difficult and
complex; it's hardei to
explain the needs. But if
we had the choice,
wouldn't we always
choose the problems of
peace?"

EVERY WEEK BRAND NEW
NATIONALLY ADVERTISED
MERCHANDISE

RAY & IDA'S
DRESS SHOP

Campaign Has $8 Million, Plus
$4.8 Million for Project Renewal



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He noted that Israel's iso-
lation in the world political
arena is demoralizing. "The
perception in Israel is that
oil and petrodollars have
eroded decency and truth,"
he said. "These problems of
isolation might be over-
whelming for any people
other than Israel. But as
long as we Jews are united,
as long as we are one, we can
stand up to any evil."
Bernstein spoke of a re-
cent trip to Europe with the
President's Commission on
the Holocaust. Commission
members asked themselves,
'How many more Elie
Wiesels and Anne Franks
could have been saved' if the
other countries of the world
had helped the Jews?
The question today is,
how many more Elie
Wiesels and Anne Franks
can we save now? That's the
meaning of federation and
the Campaign. All the rest
is commentary."
Before Bernstein's ad-
dress, Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration President George

Home for Aged
Is Accredited

The Jewish Home for
Aged has been awarded a
two-year certificate of ac-
creditation by the Joint
Commission on Accredita-
tion of Hospitals (JCAH),
according to Sylvia Serwin,
assistant executive director
of the facilty.
The Jewish Home for
Aged was evaluated on the
basis of information
gathered from question-
naires, other documenta-
tion of performance and an
on-site survey during which
JCAH field representatives
conferred with professional
staff, management and
members of the facility's
governing board. The deci-
sion to undergo this evalua-
tion and seek accreditation
is voluntary.

Shown at a recent meeting of the Allied Jewish
Campaign Women's Division are, from left, Shelby
Tauber, Joan Goldrath, hostess Suzy Honigman,
guest speaker Neil A. Cooper, Jane Sherman, Edie
Mittenthal and Dulcie Rosenfeld.

M. Zeltzer spoke about the
needs of Federation's local
member agencies.

"Our most pressing
local problem is the reset-
tlement of Russian refu-
gees," he said. "Last year
our community absorbed
500 immigrants; this year
we are expecting 650. We
are not giving these
people luxuries; we are
sustaining them with the
bare necessities of life.
But to do this we have
had to cut back on pro-
grams to our other agen-
cies.

"This is not an ordinary
Campaign," he said. The
problems we face are a chal-
lenge and an opportunity."
General
Campaign
Chairman David Handle-

man summed up the issues
facing the Campaign and
the Jewish community this
year: the isolation of Israel;
Project Renewal; the cost of
peace; and the resettlement
of Russian refugees in Israel
and the United States.
"We must raise 20 per-
cent more this year just to
meet the costs of the serv-
ices we provided last year,"
added General Chairman
Irving R. Seligman. "We in
Detroit have always met
our responsibilities. I'm
confident that we will do so
again."
Also participating in the
program were Campaign
leaders Marvin H.
Goldman, Jack A. Robin-
son, Norman Wachler and
Milton Barnett. •

Students Treat Jewish Aged
to Hanuka Celebrations

Residents of the two loca-
tions of the Jewish Home for
Aged — Borman Hall and
Prentis Manor — are being
treated this week with
Hanuka celebrations.
A musical afternoon will
be presented 4 p.m Sunday
at Prentis Manor by the
piano students of Jocelyn
Krieger.
Appearing in the pro-
gram will be Vanessa
Cooper; Alana Gelberman;
Shoshana Krieger; Leah,
Golda and Shifra Lieberson;
Eric and Howard Norber;
Judy Droz; Sharon Starr;
and Adina Rosenzweig.

Meanwhile, on Monday
students of Adat Shalom
Synagogue and Cong.
Beth Achim presented a
program entitled, "Sun-
day Morning Live," a

play by Stuart Rogoff's
daled class, which fea-
tured a history of
Hanuka and music.

Jackie Drapkin's hei class
presented Hanuka dances,
and the Hanuka brahot
were recited by students
from Annie Friedman's and
Daniella Peleg's aleph
classes.
The Beth Achim students
made Hanuka decorations,
including menorot, dreidels
and stars of David for Bor-
man Hall.

Aid for Falashas

NEW YORK — Falasha
activist Dr. Graenum Be-
rger has been honored by a
New York foundation with
a $10,000 contribution to
the American Association
for Ethiopian Jews.

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