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January 25, 1980 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-01-25

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Friday, January 25, 1980

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Workshop Slated

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Weddings, Bar Mitzvas.
Bat Mitzvas, etc.

The Jewish Family Sery
ice will sponsor a workshop
for adult children of
Holocaust survivors 3 p.m.
Sunday in the 10 Mile
branch of the Jewish Com-
munity Center, Room 13.
Admission is free.

Energy Now a Jewish Issue
Women's Institute Is Told

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Try it, ye who think there
is nothing in it; try what it is
to speak with God behind
you — to speak so as to be
only the arrow in the bow
which the Almighty draws.
—H.W. Beecher

Everything put together
falls apart sooner or later.

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Shown at the Women's Institute are, from left,
Judie Narens, guest speaker Helen Junz, Doris
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Rosenfeld.

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Oil and energy have be-
come a Jewish issue. For
"anything we can do to de-
crease the United States'
vulnerability increases our
ability — as Americans and
as Jews — to function effec-
tively on behalf of Israel,"
said Dr. Elihu Bergman at
the 33rd Annual Institute of
the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion Women's Division,

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attended by nearly 300
women Jan. 16 at the
Jewish Community Center.
Focusing on the economic
and geopolitical ramifica-
tions of the energy crisis,
the institute featured as
guest speakers Helen Junz,
vice president of the First
National Bank of Chicago,
and Dr. Bergman, executive
director of Americans for
Energy Independence.
They shared grave con-
cerns about diminishing oil
reserves and the govern-
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yond discussion of alterna-
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Mrs. Junz suggested
that a return to conven-
tional resources — coal
and natural gas —
coupled with the use of
nuclear energy will pro-
vide the supplies so badly
needed to offset dwindl-
ing oil reserves.

Touching on the area that
led to the present crisis, Dr.
Bergman said increasing
signs of instability on the
Arabian Peninsula are
playing into the Soviets'
hands. Plagued by tribal
rivalries, Saudi Arabia can
fall to "the same types of
elements as those waiting
in the wings in Iran and now
in control in Afghanistan."
He enumerated ways in
which Americans can re-
spond. If the fuel efficiency
of every American car were
to average 35 miles per gal-
lon, there could be a savings
of four million barrels of oil
a day.
The use of nuclear
energy, he said, carried lit-
tle risk of a catastrophic ac-
cident. "There are risks in
the use of any energy
source,' including the burn-
ing of coal, he said.

"It is important," he
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knowledge there's no
perfect solution to our
energy problems, but
rather a number of pieces
of solutions."

Doris August, chairman
of the institute, presided,
assisted by associate chair-
man Judie Narens, and
Women's Division Vice
President Ellen Labes.
Melba Winer served as
moderator of the audience
discussion.
Women's Division up-
dates were given by
President Dulcie Rosenfeld
and Campaign Chairman
Shelby Tauber. Joel D.
Tauber, vice president of
the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion, brought greetings
from Federation.

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