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March 25, 1983 - Image 57

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-03-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Human Needs

(Continued from Page 56)
ployment and under-
employment in the Jewish
community, "JVS' fiscal re-
sources, already stretched
thin, may be stretched
thinner," she warned..
Problems facing other
segments of the commu-
nity, including children
in the day schools and
United Hebrew Schools
as well as the elderly
served by the Jewish
Home for Aged and
Jewish Federation
Apartments, were out-
lined by Mark Schlussel,
chairman of the JWF Cul-
ture and Education Di- •
vision. "As a community,
we must face continuing
upward pressures for
agency services," he said.
"There is a talmudic say-
ing: 'Each generation is
judged by how it treats its
young and its old."
James M. August, chair-
man of the Community
Services Division, partici-
pated in the seminar pro-
gram, along with Robert H.
Naftaly, chairman of the
National and Community
Relations Agencies Di-
vision, and David K. Page,
who heads the Capital
Needs Committee.
In an appeal for support of
the - 1983 Allied Jewish
Campaign, Federation
Treasurer Stanley D.
Frankel said "Our commu-
nity has done an excellent
job of _raising funds, but

Friday, March 25; 1983 57

Rockefeller Museum Exhibit on Judean Excavation Sites

much remains to be done in
the closing weeks of the
1983 Campaign. We need
$500,000 in new money
every year just to maintain
the status quo. The question
isn't how we allocate the
pie, but the size of the pie."

American Press
Praises Inquiry

NEW YORK -- fsrael's
inquiry into the massacre at
the Sabra and Shatilla ref-
ugee camps in Lebanon was
praised by American news-
papers as a triumph of
democracy and morality,
according to a survey con-
ducted by the . Anti-
Defamation League of Bnai
Brith.
Of the 50 top circulation
newspapers monitored in
the survey, 43 editorials, in-
cluding those in the Detroit
Free Press and Detroit
News, commented favora-
- bly on the inquiry commis-
sion's conduct and recom-
mendations.

JERUSALEM — An ex-
hibit including plans,
isometric drawings and
finds from excavation sites
of three border fortresses at
Kadesh-barnea in northern
Sinai is currently on display
at the Rockefeller Museum
here.
Kadesh-barnea • was
situated on the site of the

southern border of the Ju-
dean Kingdom. The excava-
tions carried out over a
period of 10 years revealed
that this site consisted of
three superimposed fortres-
ses, each one built on the
remains of its predecessor,
covering a time span from
the 10th Century BCE to
the destruction of the First

raelitesb a rr remainedd
neem
a
n at
Temple.
in its
Kadesh-barnea's impor-
tance in the history of the immediate vicinity for
Jewish people derives many days and it was the
primarily from its biblical first national-religious cen-
association with the wan- ter around which the Israel-
derings of the children of Is- ites under Moses coalesced.
rael in the wilderness, at- Miriam, the sister of Moses,
testing to its important died and was buried at
position in the biblical tra- Kadesh-barnea, according
dition of the Exodus. The Is- to the Bible.

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