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October 30, 1981 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-10-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

30 Friday, October 30, 1981

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NY Program for Families of Retarded Receives Grant

By BEN GALLOB

Inc.)
Jewish Community Serv-
ices of Long Island IJCSLI)
has received a $30,000

(Copyright 1981. JTA,

Vote Nov. 3

Norman

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OAK PARK

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grant for its Respite. Serv-
ices program.
Saul Beldock, JCSLI
president, said the program
has helped nearly 150
Jewish families who main-
tain retarded relatives in
their homes.
Beldock said members of
families with that problem
"are under severe physical

Mamluk Exhibit,
Artist Honored
at NY Museum

NEW 'YORK — "The
Mamluk Revival:- Metal-
work for Religious and
Domestic Use," will be on
exhibit at the Jewish
Museum Nov. 18-March 14,
1982.
The exhibition consists of
35 pieces of inlaid metal-
work from Cairo, Jerusalem
and Damascus and includes
objects made specifically for
Jewish ceremonial 'pur-
poses. The Mamluks were a
military class that ruled a
large portion of the eastern
Mediterranean from 1250-
1517.
Artist Raphael Soyer will
be honored by the museum
at its annual fall benefit
Nov. 18. The theme for the
benefit will be "Olde New
York Remembered."

Brezhnev Seeks
Expanded Parley
on Middle East

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MOSCOW — Soviet Pre-
mier Leonid Brezhnev has
renewed his proposal for a
conference on the Middle
East, suggesting that it be
expanded to include West-
ern Europe, North Africa
and Southern Asia in addi-
tion to Israel, Arab coun-
tries bordering on Israel
and the Palestine Libera-
tion Organization.
The proposal calls for the
United States and the
Soviet Union to preside over
the conference.
Western diplomats claim
the renewal of the proposal,
originally made in 1977,
might indicate a perception
in the Kremlin that the
death of Anwar Sadat of-
fered new opportunities for
the Russians.

NEW YORK (JTA) —
The American Jewish Con-
gress has issued a strong
condemnation of the
evangelical right for using
religion as an instrument
of political coercion and has

pledged to oppose the
movement on many of its

domestic policies and prac-
tices.
A resolution passed by
the governing council of the •
national organization says
it deplores the 'new right's
use of "fundamentalist pi-
ety" as the measure of polit-
ical competence.
It accused the move-
ment's adherents of at-
tempting to intimidate
when they cannot persuade
"by using the size of their
electronic congregations
and by threatening political
reprisal through the prolif-
eration of 'hit lists."'

and emotional strain. Main-
taining a retarded person at
home requires a tremen-
dous degree of devotion. The -
family unit usually oper-
ates around the needs of
that relative which means
restricting the household to
a limited schedule outside
the home."
Beldock said that,
under the Respite Serv-
ices program, which is in
its third year, ar-
rangements can be made
for a homemaker to care
for the retarded relative
so that other family
members can leave the
house and take care of
personal needs and
interests.
Along with this basic
service, he said, the pro-
gram offers an opportunity
for members of the family to
talk to a knowledgeable pro-
fessional who is ready to
help them with any of their
concerns. He said JCSLI
also makes referrals for

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The Cultural Commission
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Congregation Shaarey Zedek

Cordially Invites You To Attend

THE GREAT WEEKEND

and hear guest speaker

DR. DAVID SIDORSKY

Professor of Philosophy at Columbia Uni-
versity

in discussions concerning the following "umbrella"
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(Re: the cataclismic upheaval of the Eurc lean Jew, the
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