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50 Friday, January 21, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jr. Div. to Hear Lobenthal

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The next program of the
Lilian Bernstein Lecture
Series, presented by the
Jewish Welfare Federation
Junior Division, will be held
8 p.m. Thursday in LaMed
Auditorium of United He-
brew Schools.
The featured speaker is
Richard Lobenthal, Michi-
gan regional director of the
Bnai Brith Anti-
Defamation League. His

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topic is "Being Jewish in a
Non-Jewish Society: Facing
the Challenge."
Lobenthal is a recent re-
cipient of the ADL's Milton
Senn Award, the highest
honor given to an ADL pro-
fessional.
He has been affiliated
with various colleges and
universities in the area,
as a faculty member and
a field-work supervisor.
Lobenthal is a consultant
on civil rights for many
organizations, a weekly
commentator on social
issues for WDET-FM.
There is a nominal fee for
the meeting, which includes
a reception following the
program. For information,
call Sandra Feuer at Feder-
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Justice Williams to Speak
at Fete for Judge Kaufman

G. Mennen Williams,
chief justice of the Michigan
Supreme Court, will be the
principal speaker at a
dinner being given Jan. 29
at Kingsley Inn by the De-
troit Graduate Chapter of
the Tau Epsilon Rho Law
Fraternity in honor of retir-
ing Court of Appeals Judge
Nathan J. Kaufman.
Alexander Betz, chancel-
lor of the chapter, stated
that Judge Kaufman is
being honored for "his many
years of service to the com-
munity as an assistant
Wayne County prosecutor,
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JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
There are 24,000 abortions
a year in Israel, said Dr.
Haim Sadan, the Agudat
Yisrael aide to the Health
Minister, at a meeting of the
Knesset Social Affairs
Committee.
He created a storm when
he referred to abortions as
"the final solution."
Aguda MK Shmuel Hal-
pert interjected that social
workers are the main cause
of abortions. Prof. David
Serr, of Tel Hashomer Hos-
pital, said that the best way
to cut down the number of
abortions is to offer families
financial assistance.
He said that the rate of
abortions at Tel Hashomer
has remained the same —
about 30 a month — as be-
fore the repeal of the "social
clause" of the abortion law
in January 1980. Dr. Serr
said there has been a rise in
the number of women who
claim that their husband is
not the father of the child.
This is one of the grounds on
which abortion committees
can approve the operation.

Program Aids
Troubled Youth

JERUSALEM (JNI) —
More than 100 delinquents
and drop-outs will take part
in an 11-month program to
be started this year in
Jerusalem, Natanya and
Ashkelon by the Jewish
Agency's project renewal
department and Labor
Ministry. Non-profit con-
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