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March 29, 1985 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-03-29

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Friday, March 29, 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Advertising in The Jewish News Gets Results
Place Your Ad Today. Call 354-6060

bruce m. weiss

Jewelers
26325 Twelve Mile Rd.

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Behind Gabe's Fruits
In The Mayfair Shops

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YOU NAME IT - I'LL DO IT!!

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Thurs. 10-8:30

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disposal replacement, plumbing, ETC., ETC., ETC.

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airport transportation service available

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OBSERVATIONS

Surprising Statement
From The G.O.P. Right

BY MORRIS J. AMITAY
Special to The Jewish News

Israel's bipartisan support on
Capitol Hill over the years has
come from both sides of the aisle
and from both ends of the political
spectrum. But an unexpected let-
ter to President Reagan initiated
by a most unlikely source has
many in Washington wondering
whether this was a one-shot ef-
fort, or that it might mean future
support for Israel's retention of
the so-called West Bank from the
Far Right.
Consider the following specific
requests on the eve of the recent
Mubarak visit to Washington di-
rected to President Ronald Re-
agan:
"Seek assurances from
President Mubarak that he honor
his obligation to establish normal
relations with Israel, and insist
upon practical steps to implement
this normalization.
"Continue your commendable
efforts to blunt Soviet expansion
in the Middle East by vetoing
Soviet participation in Middle
East neogtiations.
"Assure Israel that the United
States will support continued Is-
raeli control of the strategic areas
necessary to its security, includ-
ing Judea, Samaria, Golan and
Gaza.

"These steps will go further to

bring peace to the Middle East
than further territorial conces-
sions, which would leave our Is-
raeli ally vulnerable to aggres-
sion."
Senator Jesse Helms, Republi-
can of North Carolina, authored
the letter, which was co-signed by
Republican Senators Steve
Symms of Idaho; Mack Mattingly,
Georgia; John East, North
Carolina; Chic Hecht, Nevada; Al<
D'Amato, New York; and Paula
Hawkins, Florida; plus 11 conser-
vative Republican House mem-
bers and, curiously, one liberal
Democrat (he went on, according
to insiders, primarily because his
office is situated next to the House
initiator, Duncan Hunter!)
Actually, both Senators Haw-
kins and D'Amato did not have to
sign a letter like this since their
own pro-Israel credentials and re-
cords are impeccable. But
D'Amato, when asked, said, "Why
not?" He stated he believed in
what the letter said.
What about the other signers?
Hecht, who is Jewish, is not con-
sidered a stalwart on Israel- 1,
related issues and has kept one of
the lowest profiles in the Senate
in general. Symms, who narrowly

WHEN IS IT MY TURN?

A Survival Course For Families With Aging Relatives.

Jewish Home for Aged and The Jewish Community Center Present

Session I

May 8, 1985

1:30-9:30 p.m.

IS THE BEST YET TO BE?

Aging in America, 1985
Charles S. Wolfe

Executive Vice-President
Jewish Home For Aged

Session
II
May 15, 1985 1:30-9:30

Session
III
May 22, 1985 1:30-9:30

p.m.

p.m.

DO I OWE YOU ANYTHING?

• Session IV

May 29, 1985

HOW MUCH DID YOU
SAY THAT IS?

Guilt and Other Reactions
to an Aging Relative
Elaine Friedman, ACSW

Financial Aspects
Concerning the Elderly
Stephen Roizen

Director of Social Work
Jewish Home For Aged

WORKSHOP FOLLOWING

Session V

1:30-9:30 p.m.

June 5, 1985

1:30-9:30 p.m.

IS THAT REALLY YOU?

WHAT DO I DO NOW?

Physical and Emotional
Aspects of Aging
Gerald Shiener, M.D.

Alternatives, Options, and
Community Services.
Evelyn Kasle, M.A.

William Solomon, M.D.

Miriam Sandweiss

Psychiatry

Associate Director
Jewish Home For Aged

Geriatric and Internal Medicine

WORKSHOP FOLLOWING

WORKSHOP FOLLOWING

Retirement Planner

Director, Senior Adult Program
Jewish Community Center
Jimmy Prentis Morris Branch

OPEN DISCUSSION WITH
SPEAKERS FROM ALL SESSIONS

Location

ON — - - •

Registration Form

Jewish Community Center
Jimmy Prentis Morris Branch

15110 W. Ten Mile Road
Oak Park

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Pre-registration is necessary as registration is limited. The cost is
$10.00 per person for all five sessions.

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Name

Address

Dates and Times

Wednesday, May 8, 15, 22, 29
and June 5, 1985
7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

COFFEE WILL BE SERVED

City

For information

Please Call Cheryl Riskin
JEWISH HOME FOR AGED
352-2336

State

Zip

Telephone

Please make checks payable to JEWISH HOME FOR AGED. Please
return checks and registration form to:

JHA/JCC

26051 LAHSER ROAD
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