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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-11-18

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38 Friday, November 18, 1983

Joyce Bauer is better
known as psychologist Dr.
Joyce Brothers.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

UJA Conference

Lecture, Bazaar at Temple

NEW YORK — The
fourth national Young
Leadership Conference
sponsored by the United
Jewish Appeal will be held
in Washington, D.C. March
11-13. Some 3,000 young
Jewish leaders from around
the country are expected to
attend.

The Price of Power" will
be the topic of a talk to be
delivered by author and
journalist Seymour Hersh
at the Birmingham Tern-
ple's Humanist Forum 8:30
p.m. Monday in the temple.
Hersh is the author of
four books, the latest of

MDA Seeks
Change in Good
Samaritan Law

TEL AVIV — Magen
David Adom (MDA), Is-
rael's emergency medical
service, is working on a new
draft of the "Good Samari-
tan Law" so that only qual-
ified MDA medics will be al-
lowed to treat injured per-
sons at the scene of an acci-
dent.
The current regulation
states that "the first private
vehicle to reach the scene of
an accident is to evacuate
the injured to the nearest
hospital." However, victims
improperly transported
often sustain additional in-
juries.

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SEYMOUR HERSH

which is "The Price of
Power."
The public is invited at a
charge. For information,
call the temple, 477-1410.

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The temple will have a
holiday bazaar 10 a.m.-4
p.m. Sunday at the tem-
ple.

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THE LUBAVITCHER REBBE"

ON CABLE T.V.

commemorating the Chassidic festival of
"Yud-Tes Kislev," the day on which
Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi - the founder
of the Chabad-Lubavitch movement - was
liberated from Czarist prison (where he was
incarcerated because of his chassidic teachings)

BONN (JTA) — Harm
Menken, a 46-year-old
teacher at the government-
run navigation school in
Stade, Lower Saxony, has
been ordered dismissed for
disseminating anti-Semitic
propaganda in 1979.
Menken claimed that the
gas chambers were a lie
and, in articles in local
newspapers, accused Jews
of preparing a plot to an-
nihilate the German people.
Government authorities
in Lower Saxony took no
disciplinary_ measures
against Menken until
forced to by public opinion.
When the matter was fi-
nally brought to the court,
the punishment asked for
was a 10 percent cut in his
salary for an 18-month
period. The panel of judges
ordered him fired. He may
appeal.

Labor Gains
in New Poll

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
A poll taken in October
shows a swing away from
the Likud to Labor for the
first time since 1980, giving
Labor 54 Knesset seats and
the Likud 40 if elections
were held now.
The poll was conducted by
Modin Ezrachi Research
Institute among a represen-
tative sample of 1,238
adults Oct. 2-21. It was
taken at the height of the
economic crisis.

Temple Junior
Choir Performs

RABBI M.M. SCHNEERSON

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1983
9:30 P.M.

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The Junior Choir of Tem-
ple Israel has been invited
to sing at Somerset Mall in
Troy on Dec. 1 at 3 p.m.
The children will sing
Hanuka songs and perform
the ceremony of lighting the
candles in a Hanuka men-
ora.
Temple Israel Junior
Choir Director is Elaine
Greenberg. Accompanist is
Dr. Morton Gold.

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Like your children, they come in as-
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