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June 20, 1986 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-06-20

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Love Call

Continued from preceding page

later discovered that the client
had fallen from her wheelchair
and could not get to the phone.
: Greenberg says that, over the
years, SWL had dealt with many
emergency situations but that,
most of the time, the stories have
had happy endings. Once, several
years ago, she says an elderly
woman slipped and fell in her
bathroom but, though injured,
calmly waited until someone
came to check on her, after she
hadn't answered her Service
With Love call.
Volunteers aren't quite so
quick to become concerned about
non-housebound clients if they
don't answer their phones right
away on the third of each month,
Greenberg says. "We know that's
the day they go to the bank to
cash their checks!"
Reba K., of Detroit, has been
what she likes to call a "Love
Connection" client for about five
years now. Housebound and liv-
ing alone, she says the Service

With Love calls are very often the
high point of her day.
"Every caller is as lovely as can
be," says the elderly client, whose
family is made up only of a few
nieces who live in the area. "Each
one is a different type and we so
enjoy our visits on the phone.
They call me each day about ten
in the morning. We talk about
the weather, how we're feeling,
maybe gossip about the news of
the day. I spend most of my time
in bed and I really, really look
forward to the calls."
Marilyn F. says that many of
her clients are in considerable
pain constantly. One woman, she
says, always has the same an-
swer when she asks how she's
feeling: "Lousy!"
"At the end of our visit on the
phone, though," says Marilyn,
"she never fails to thank me for
calling her."
For further information about
Service With Love, call the Sinai
Hospital Guild office, 493-
LOVE.



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Continued from Page 1

"Jews are making coalitions with
the wrong people in Washing-
ton."
She told her audience at the
American Jewish Congress-
sponsored meeting that they
'should "be vigilant, careful to
support people who celebrate our
diversity in this country."
Sen. Pollack issued a warning
about Christian fundamentalists
in the political arena. "The
Christian fundamentalist right
would have us change the shape
of our society." She said one of
their tactics would be to strike
the word "evolution" from the
textbooks. She said they would
also make major changes in "re-
productive issues."
In an interview with The
Jewish News, Sen. Pollack said
Jews should not take for granted
the opportunities they have in
this country. She fears that the
opportunity for a Jewish way of
life in Atherican society is nar-
rowing, owing to the growing
fundamentalist Christian move-
ment.
"There is a big move by the far
right and the President of the
U.S. to Christianize America.
This is happening without appro-
priate response by large numbers
of Jews.
"If the American society const-
rains, constricts or diminishes
the opportunity for pluralism
then Jews will immediately feel
that pressure." She summed up
the current political situation in
America as being "fragile and
more vulnerable."
Asked if the entry into the
Presidential political ring of
evangelist Pat , Robertson
triggered her interest in the New
Right, Sen. Pollack said it "rein-
forced my concern." She said her
interest in the New Right's in-
volvement in politics actually
stems from Reagan's election to
the White House.

Sen. Lana Pollack

"I'm concerned about the
President we've had for the past
six years and how he speaks to
fundamentalist groups, equating
falsely that morality is Christian.
American morality is not Chris-
tian. American morality is secu-
lar, diverse and accepting. It is
partially Christian, partially
Jewish and a mixture of all sorts
of cultures not considered part of
the New Right."
She blasted fundamentalist
politicians as dangerous to the
Jewish people. She called politi-
cians who say they speak for God,
"pretenders," adding that she
finds them "arrogant and basi-
cally unaccepting." She resented
the fact that "the President has
invited (to the White House)
those who would diminish the
Jewish faith, those who openly
spoke against the Jewish faith."
On the topic of followers of
Lyndon LaRouche, Sen. Pollack
said she is "appalled by them."
She called their appeal quite nar-
row.
She re-emphasized the need for
pluralism in America, and urged
that "it is appropriate that Jews

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