6 Friday, October 12, 1984
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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preempting Arab terrorism — is
legitimate and, indeed, necessary.
On Oct. 26, an American
Jewish youth accused of par-
ticipating in the retaliatory ac-
tions is scheduled to be sentenced
by an Israeli court. Yehuda Rich-
ter, 22, is a graduate of noted
yeshivas in Chicago and Los
Angeles; he emigrated to Israel in
1980 and served with distinction
in a front-line unit of the Israeli
Army. Now he faces many years
in prison — for the "crime" of de-
fending his people against their
We plead with all concerned
Jews to write or telegram Prime
Minister Shimon Peres (address:
Office of the Prime Minister,
Jerusalem, Israel) and urge that
Yehuda Richter receive a lenient
If he was your son, would you
not take the time to write a letter
and urge your friends to do
Chairman, Justice Committee
for Jewish Settlers,
Beverly Hills, Calif.
On behalf of the P'tach (Parents
for Torah for all Children) pro
gram of greater Detroit, I should
like to thank you for your excel. :
lent articles about learning dis-
abled children (Aug. 3 and Aug.
10). Your articles brought to pub- r
lic attention the story of these
children, and what is being done
for them. It is only with pubic
awareness and support that pro-
grams such as ours can continue.
One item in your description of
P'tach is erroneous, however, and
it is important to us that it be cer
rected. For more information
about P'tach, one should call Mrs
Bette Josephs, 399-6281.
The article perhaps implied
that P'tach is a part of Yeshivah,
Beth Yehudah. P'tach, although
housed in the Beth Yehudah
building, is a separate and auti,-,
Again, thank you for takin s
interest in our students.
The Jewish News encourages our readers to share their opinions
and comments. Brief, typewritten, double-spaced letters are pre-
ferred. The paper reserves the right to edit all letters. Unsigned
letters will not be used, but names of letterwriters can be withheld
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Accent on Aging program Oct. 2 1
To promote understanding of
the aging process and the aged,
Sinai Hospital of Detroit and the
Jewish Home for Aged will pre-
sent "Accent on Aging," from 11
a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 21 at the main
Jewish Community Center.
Dr. F. Paul Pearsall, director of
Sinai's Problems of Daily Living
Clinic, will give the keynote ad-
dress, "Ageless Aging: How to
Grow Old Without Getting
Other sessions will be offered by
representatives of Sinai Hospital,
the Jewish Home for Aged, and
other health care institutions.
They will deal with various as-
pects of aging, including finances
("The Costs of Growing Older"),
drugs and medication, health, fit-
ness, exercise, and death and dy-
Naomi Feil, executive director
of the Validation Training Insti-
tute and author of Validation
Therapy, will close the program
with her speech, "Here's to a Wise
In addition, John S. Sabo, direc-
tor of Sinai's Respiratory Care
Department, and his staff will
conduct two classes in cardiopul-
monary resuscitation (CPR). Par-
ticipants who complete the course
will earn a Heart-Saver card.
"Accent on Aging" also will fea-
ture special displays and exhibits,
Dr. F. Paul Pearsall
including a book sale, at w*
copies of Feil's bnook will b
available. A photo display, "17..2
Possibilities Are Ageless," begizi'
Monday and runs through to th'
end of the program.
Concurrent with the progranj
Sinai Hospital and the Sinai Ho
pital Guild, in conjunction
the Genetic Counseling Clinic
Henry Ford Hospital, and assic -
by B'nai B'rith Women, will spot,
sor a screening program for 17-al,'
Sachs disease. A donation is rE
quired, though no one will b
turned away for lack of funds.
Admission to the program
free. For information, call Sira'
Hospital, 493-5098, or the Jewisl
Home for Aged, 532-7112.