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November 13, 1981 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-11-13

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Friday, November 13, 19131 21

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Awareness Class

LOS ANGELES (JTA) —
The Jewish Federation
Council of Los Angeles has
weekly classes for its em-
ployees to increase Jewish
awareness.

TYPEWRITER
REPAIRS AND
TUNE-UP •
1995 ,

$1 Million Pledge for Chapel

NEW YORK — Former
opera star Beverly Sills will
receive the Perlman
Award for Human Ad-
vancement at the February
convention in Washington,

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A New York businessman, Marty Silverman, has
made a $1 million pledge to the Jewish chapel fund at
West Point. The fund is now $1.5 million shy of its $5.5
million goal to build a Jewish chapel at the U.S. mili-
tary Academy.

Underprivileged. Students Aided

RAMAT GAN — Bar - flan
University has accepted 100
students from culturally-
deprived backgrounds in a

UN Appointee

NEW YORK — Estelle
Roth, of Murray Hill, N.J.,
the International Council of
Jewish Women's alternate
representative at the UN
has been appointed vice
chairman of the executive
committee of non-
governmental organiza-
tions at the UN Secretariat
department of public rela-
tions.

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rael's social gap.
The students, who did not
meet Bar-lien's admissions
criteria, will be aided with
tutors for their first two
years and will have to meet
Bar-Ilan's normal
standards to graduate.
An anonymous U.S.
donor contributed $200,000
to start the program.

Senate Abortion
Subcommittee
Hears Siegman

WASHINGTON — The
dispute over abortion is not
between a moral and an
amoral approach, but be-
tween two conflicting moral
approaches that are
"equally grounded in pro-
found religious conviction,"
according to Henry Sieg-
man, executive director of
the American Jewish Con-
gress.
Testifying before the sub-
committee on the Constitu-
tion of the U.S. Senate's
Committee on the
Judiciary, Siegman last
week said proposed con-
stitutional amendments
giving Congress and indi-
visual states the right to
limit abortions would allow
government to "take sides"
in the conflict between two
equally-valid moralities.
He urged that the amend-
ment proposals be turned
down.
The amendments, if
passed, would raise serious
problems for Jews, since,
under Jewish law, the life of
the mother takes- prece-
dence, if the fetus up to
the moment of birth and
even during the birth proc-
ess itself threatens the
life of the mother, he ex-
plained. In such cases, abor-
tion is not a matter of choice
but of "religious obliga-
tion."

NEW YORK — Shlomo
Ariav has been appointed
director of the Israel Aliya
Center in the United States
and Canada. He succeeds
Dr. Aharon Kfir, who will
be returning to Israel fol-
lowing a two-year tour of
duty.
Ariav will head a network
of 34 regional shlikhim —
immigration representa-
tives — who are responsible
for promoting aliya and as-
sisting those who have de-
cided to immigrate to Israel.
The Israel Aliya Center op-
erates offices in 18 North
American cities, including
Detroit.

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JERUSALEM (MINIS) —
According to a public opin-
ion poll at the end of Sep-
tember, Prime Minister
Menahem Begin has con-
tinued to gain favor with
the Israeli public. The poll
showed that 46.4 percent of
the Israeli public felt that
Begin was best qualified to
be prime minister, com-
pared to 14.8 percent for
Yitzhak Rabin, 9.2 for Shi-
mon Peres, and 1.4 percent
for Ezer Weizman.

FOR THE FINEST

D.C., of Bnai Brith Women.
Ms. Sills has been active
since 1971 in the campaign
against birth defects of the
March of Dimes. One of her
children is deaf and the
other is retarded and epilep-
tic.
Bnai Brith Women are
active in the campaign
against birth defects
through the Operation
Stork program.

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