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November 19, 1982 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-11-19

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18 Friday, November 19, 1982

No one really listens to
anyone else. Try it for a
while, and you'll see why.
—Mignon McLaughlin

FOR THE FINEST

P r

T °G,FI A P

H O WEDDINGS 11

BAR MITZVAS

Y

BERNIE

WINER

and ASSOCIATES

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11,

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Gifts Needed
for Teenagers

JASA to Sponsor Sixth
Building for Elderly in NY

Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Landau of Oak Park are col-
By BEN GALLOB
(Copyright 1982, JTA, Inc.)
lecting holiday presents for
the 2,000 teenagers housed
An apartment building
at the Oakland County for the low-income elderly
Children's Village and the will be built at Cooper
Maxey Boys Training Square in lower Manhattan
under sponsorship of the
School.
The gifts must be new and Jewish Association for
unwrapped, although dona- Services to the Aged
tions of wrapping paper are (JASA), according to Carl
appreciated. Donations - Glick, JASA president.
must be received by the
The building, on which
Landaus, 24231 Gardner, construction is scheduled to
Oak Park, by Dec. 17.
start early in 1983 and to be



completed in 1984, will
have 150 studio and one-
bedroom apartments, plus_
social service officials and
community rooms, accord-
ing to JASA, a member
agency of the Federation of
Jewish Philanthropies. It is
the sixth such project in the
New York area to be spon-
sored by JASA. Fifteen of
the units will be designed
and allocated for handi-
capped residents and the
rest for well elderly resi-
dents.
JASA was chosen by the
city's Department of Hous-
ing Preservation and De-
velopment to sponsor the
new apartment building.
HUD (the Department of
Housing and Urban De-
velopment) has named
Cooper Square Housing De-
velopment Fund Corp., JA-
SA's housing company, for
the project, to receive, a di-
rect loan of $9.1 million,
under section 202 of the
1968 Federal Housing Act.
Glick said HUD will
also guarantee rent sub-
sidies, under section
eight of the Housing Act,
for 40 years., to permit
residents to live in the
apartment house at rents
they can afford. The resi-
dents will pay about 30
percent of their annual
income • as rent.
Glick cited JASA's con,
siderable experience in de-
veloping and managing
housing for the elderly and
in providing services for
them. He noted that JASA
manages Brookdale Village
in Far Rockaway, Queens,
and three projects in Brook-
lyn — Scheuer House of
Coney Island, Scheuer
House of Manhattan Beach
and Friendset Apartments.
An additional JASA apart-
ment project, in Brooklyn's
Brighton Beach, is accept-
ing applications and expects
to be open in a few months
for occupancy.

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BONN (JTA) — A jailed
neo-Nazi leader has admit-
ted that he -erred when he
wrote a preface to a book
claiming the Holocaust
never occurred.
"Today I do know that in
Auschwitz a large number
of Jews were killed only be-
cause they were Jewish,"
Manfred Roeder said in a
written statement to a
Frankfurt court.
Roeder, 53, a former
lawyer, was sentenced last
June to 13 years imprison-
ment for heading a rightw-
ing terrorist group and in-
citement against Jews.
Frankfurt prosecutor
Volkmar Schneider ap-
peared skeptical of Roeder's
recantation. "Maybe he is
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But another possibility is
that he wants to convince
the courts to free him after
he serves two-thirds of his
sentence. "He will surely
lose the support of his fol-
lowers," Schneider ob-
served.

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