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January 28, 1983 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-01-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Ghetto-Ceremony Boycott Is Urged

NEW YORK — The asked Jewish organizations
Workmen's Circle has to boycott the Polish gov-
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FOR THE FINEST
memoration in April of the
40th anniversary of the
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising.

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POST will meet 9:30 a.m.
Sunday in the Jewish War
Veterans Memorial Home.
A report will be made on the
role of the media in the af-
termath of the Lebanon
crisis. Brunch will be
served.

- Shown at Institute Day are, from left, Jane Sher-
man, Pola Friedman, guest speaker Dr. Allen Pollack,
Melba Winer and Diane Klein.
Acknowledging that Is- within Israel itself — that
rael is not perfect but that it must be solved before the
"is still our dream, our "Jewish- state in the mak-
opportunity for molding ing" can be complete.
Jewish destiny and
During the institute's af-
safeguarding Jewish survi- ternoon session, Dr. Pollack
val," Dr. Allen Pollack pre- provided some insight into
sented an in-depth view of those problems and the role
-the Jewish state, its history American Jews can play in
and world position, at the helping to solve them. In re-
35th annual Institute Day gard to the Arab world, he
of the Jewish Welfare Fed- noted that the Arab people,
especially the i'alestinians,
eration Women's Division.
Four hundred women are suffering - from the
convened at the Jewish bloodshed- and economic
Community Center in West problems just as the _Israelis
Bloomfield to hear the are. The quality of their
American-born historian lives will improve, accord-
and Zionist leader who cur- ing to Pollack, when their
rently heads the Institute leaders realize, as Sadat,
for Leadership Develop- did, that they can gain more
ment in Jerusalem. Diane J. from living in peace with Is-
Klein chaired the event, rael than at war.
"Palestinian leaders
with associate chairman
Pola Friedman and adviser must become more in-
Renee Mahler. Federation terested in developing a
President Avern _Cohn wel- homeland for their people
than in destroying ours," he
comed the group.
During the morning ses- said. "There is enough land
sion, Dr. Pollack traced the for everyone."
Pollack closed the
development of Zionism as a
logical outgrowth of Jewish question-and-answer period
history. He discussed the by asking the audience to
migration of the Jewish "think of Israel as you
people, saying the persecu- would your family. You
tion they faced played as don't always like them, but
great a role as Jewish teach- you love them. You don't opt
ings in forging a strong out when the going . gets
rough, but instead you help
identity.
The modern return of and support them because
the Jewish people that they're yours."
began with Zionism 100
years ago envisioned the
creation of a homeland
that would embody a
different way of life,
rather than just being
another nation, accord-
ing to Dr. Pollack. "Had
the world not interfered,
we would see the dream
today in Israel," he said.
Instead, there are many
problems — both within
the Arab world and

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Israel as Family Emphasized -
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Dr. Israel Kugler, Work-
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