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Got A Question?
The Jewish Information and
Referral Service will be inaugu-
rated under the auspices of the
Jewish Welfare Federation on
April 15. The phone number for
the service is 967-HELP.
Funded by the Max M. Fisher
Jewish Community Foundation of
the JWF's United Jewish
Charities, the telephone service
will be staffed by teams of volun-
teers from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Monday through Friday, at the
Jimmy Prentis Morris Branch of
the Jewish Community Center.
The need for a Jewish informa-
tion and referral service was iden-
tified by the Federation's Task
Force on Community-Based Serv-
ices to the Non-Institutionalized
Elderly. The task force, chaired by
Dr. Conrad L. Giles, called for bet-
ter access to the complex system of
services that are available in the
Trained volunteers are pre-
pared to answer inquiries about
Jewish agency services and refer
callers to appropriate organiza-
tions, agencies and institutions
that can be of assistance. Prob-
lems from day care to Jewish edu-
cation, social services to rec-
reational programs are among the
many areas volunteers will ad-
A professional advisory com-
mittee, comprised of Jewish
agency staff, has been created to
consult with the program direc-
tor, Norma G. Silver. Mrs Silver
has been working with the Jewish
Welfare Federation to identify the
special needs of elderly persons in
The Holocaust Memorial Cen-
ter will present the Michigan
premiere of the critically
acclaimed documentary, Who
Shall Live and Who Shall Die,
6:30 p.m. April 14 at The Royal
Oak Music Theater.
The film, produced last year by
Laurence Jarvik, deals with the
failure of the United States gov-
ernment and leaders of the
American Jewish community to
take actions necessary to save the
lives of the six million Jews mur-
dered during the Holocaust.
Those interviewed by Jarvik for
the documentary include former
Congessman Emanuel Celler;
Peter Gergson, who headed the
Emergency Committee to Save
the Jewish People of Europe; Sen.
Claiborne Pell (D-R.I.); and John
Pehle, who was director of the
War Refugee Board.
Film footage showing the late
Rabbi Isaac Stollman, a former
Detroiter and national leader of
the Orthodox Zionist movement,
participating in a 1940s demon-
stration on behalf of European
Jewry in front of the White House
is also included, as is a roundtable
discussion of concentration camp
survivors and refugees who were
denied admission to the United
States during World War II.
For tickets to Who Shall Live
and Who Shall Die, call the H1VIC