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December 17, 1982 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-12-17

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Reform Educators to Meet

NEW YORK — The Na-
tional Association of Tem-
ple Educators (NATE) is
holding its 28th annual con-
ference in New York City,
Dec. 26-30.
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educators working in Re-

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form synagogues, camps
and institutions.
The theme of the con-
ference will be "The
Ecology of Values." Dr.
Neil Postman, professor
of media ecology, New
York University, will be
the keynote speaker.
The conference will also
hear Dr. Charles Silver-
man, director of the Study of
Jewish Life, and Bella Ab-
zug, former Congresswo-
man and president, Women
U.S.A.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, December 11, 1982 43

Fairfax Study

Mack Pitt

LOS ANGELES (JTA) —
An anthropoligical study of
the Fairfax neighborhood of
Los Angeles known as "the
Lower East Side of the
West" and a "mini-
Jeruslaem," is being funded
by the Jewish Community
Foundation of Los Angeles.

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Happy Birthday Denise!

Good health and happiness
to a wonderful sister.

Love you always,

CICI OCI

Attending the presentation of the gift of sculpture
to the Jewish Federation Apartments, were, from left:
Helen Naimark, executive director of the senior citi-
zens facility; Rabbi Benjamin Gorrelick; Ethel Ravet
Traurig; Lorey, Emanuel and Shirley Ravet; and
Sheldon Winkelman, president of the apartments.

The Jewish Federation
Apartments received a 30-
inch high bronze statue re-
cently, a gift of Mr. and Mrs.
Emanuel Ravet in memory
of his mother, Goldie Ravet,
a former resident of the
apartments.
The statue, created by
sculptor Arthur Schneider;
portrays a young girl corn-
ing to America, clinging to
her Sabbath candlesticks in
one hand and her bag of be-

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Chanukah, together with the makers of

longings in the other as did -
Mrs. Ravet at age 16.

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president, on behalf of the
residents and board of direc-
tors at a ceremony held
prior to the lighting of the
Sabbath candles in the din-
ing room of the apartments.
Rabbi Benjamin Gorrelick
spoke in memory of Goldie
Ravet.

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surprise.
The WCC represents
more than 300 Protestant
denominations in 100 coun-
tries. Koshy said that it
supports the efforts of the
peace movements in Israel
and among sections of the
Jewish people around the
world who also affirm the
rights of the Palestinian
people and appeal for co-
existence between Israelis
and Palestinians in two
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Israelis to Flee
S. African Draft

JERUSALEM (ZINS)
World Zionist Organization
chairman Aryeh Dtilzin be-
lieves many Israelis now
living in South Africa will
soon return to Israel be-
cause of a new law requiring
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WCC Official Asks PLO
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GENEVA (JTA) — An of-
ficial of the World Council of
Churches (WCC) has de-
clared that the time has
come for the Palestine Lib-
eration Organization to rec-
ognize Israel.
According to Ninan
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director of the WCC, "a dec-
laration of intention" by the
PLO to recognize Israel's
right to exist as a state
would strengthen the pre-
sent political momentum
for a genuine peace in the
Middle East. Koshy spoke
on occasion of the Interna-
tional Day of Solidarity
with the Palestinian
People.
He said the urgency of
the situation demanded
that the PLO take advan-
tage of the favorable fac-
tors in order to capitalize
on the good will it has
earned and to take bold
steps.
Those remarks by • a
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