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October 31, 1986 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-10-31

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At Very Reasonable Prices


established 1919

5,000 years to find out what
they wanted and needed, and
to demand these things?"
Mrs. Greenwald asked. If we
don't redefine our own role-
models, someone else will do
it, as they did 5,000 years
The ERA failed to pass be-
cause of women's political
unsophistication. "Women
have been isolated by the
walls of their home and the
walls of stereotype," she said.
"Together, a statement can
be made."
Audience reaction to the
Greenwald talks was mixed.
"I was a little disappointed
in the speech," said June
Egrin of West Bloomfield.
"She didn't say anything that
hadn't been said before."
Daughter, Marni Egrin
agreed. "No strong paints
were made. There was just a
summarization from past to
Adrienne Mendelson, visit-
ing from a "suburb of Wash-
ington," said that "I'd like to
see more forums like this.
ERA and like issues seem to
have gone underground."
Anne Kuffler of Bloomfield
Hills said that the "key
phrase — redefining reality
through language — was one
of the most important keys to
the future of feminism.
"Through this new definition,
Ms. Greenwald pointed out
that we can change reality."
Ms. Greenwald's lecture
was third in a series of four
for Birmingham Temple's
"Symposium 1987," titled
"Land of Liberty — Celebra-
tion or Vigilance."

Naamat Donor
Lunch Sunday

Dr. Robert A. Rockaway
will speak on "Israel, Cook-
ing Pot or Melting Pot" at
the Naamat/USA annual
donor luncheon to be held on
Sunday at noon at Cong.
B'nai Moshe.
Dr. Rockaway is a native
Detroiter, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Grant Silverfarb. He re-
ceived his B.A. degree from
Wayne State University and
his M.A. and Ph.D. degrees
from the University of Michi-
gan, and the University of
Texas. He made aliyah to Is-
rael in 1971.
Since then he has been a
member of the department of
Jewish history at Tel Aviv
University. He also is a fel-
low of the Tel Aviv Univer-
sity's Diaspora Research In-
stitute and served as a con-
sultant to the Beth Hatefut-
soth Museum of the Jewish
His book A History of the
Jews of Detroit: From the Be-
ginning, 1762 to 1914, has
just been published by the
Wayne State University
Press. He- has also contrib-
uted numerous articles and
reviews in American Jewish

history and modern Jewish
Guests are welcome, but
reservations are necessary.
For reservations, call Belle
Glenner, 967-3891; or the
Naamat/USA office, 967-

Barbara Levin
To Address WAND


Call For An Appointment

30400 Telegraph Road
Suite 134
Birmingham. Mi. 48010

(313) 642-5575


Daily 10:00-5:30
Thurs. 10 - 8:30
Sor. 10:00-5:00


It's YOUR Life . . . . YOUR Property . . . . that's at stake!! VOTE YES!




Population increases are worsening our shortage of police.

Our current 47,000 population is up 300% since 1960, and is projected to
reach 55,00 by 1990.

To meet FBI standards for our present population, we should have 66
sworn police officers. Today we have 36, including the chief.

Each 1000 increase in population requires 1 more police officer and 1
more firefighter, and adds about 300 new homes. Unfortunately, 300 new
homes generate only half the amount of revenue needed to pay and to
equip this officer and this firefighter. Commercial growth is not able to
make up the difference.

Fact: Headquarters and communication equipment need replacement.

- - Police headquarters, in the basement of Township Hall, do not have rooms
for a detention cell, separate locker facilities for female officers, nor a
squad room where department meetings can be held.

Barbara Levin

The Metropolitan Detroit
Chapter of WAND, Women's
Action for Nuclear Disarma-
ment, will present Barbara
Levin, of the Center for De-
fense Information, Washing-
ton, D.C., who will speak on
"Star Wars: Vision and
Reality". The event will take
place at 8 p.m., Nov. 18 at
the Southfield Civic Center.
Levin is director of the
Women's Agenda CDI, which
provides a medium for the
expression of women's views
on the military and other as-
pects of national security.
She was active in the Con-
gressional Wives' Peace
Links. She also was an attor-
ney for the United States De-
partment of the Interior.
There is a charge. For in-
formation, call WAND, 851-

Windsor Women
Discuss Terrorism

The Women's Division,
United Jewish Appeal of
Windsor, will host a program
on terrorism at 7:30 p.m. at
the Windsor Jewish Commu-
nity Centre, 1641 Ouellette
Guest Speakers will be Dr.
Emanuel Tanay, a forensic
psychiatrist, and Avi Gil,
press and information attache
at the Israel Embassy in Ot-
There will be no charge or
solicitation of funds for this
program. The public is in-
vited. Refreshments will be
For information, contact
Arlene Potashner, assistant
to the executive director,
(519) 973-1772.

- - Police telephone equipment is increasingly obsolete, and cannot handle
emergency needs of 47,000 people.

Fact: 134 subdivisions, plus condominiums and apartments, and 230 miles of

roads deserve more surveillance than can be provided by, the current av-
erage of five (5) officers on patrol at any one time.

- - Deterrence to vandalism and other crimes, unsafe driving, and backup
support require more police presence than can now be provided.

- - One youth officer from the police department serves 14 schools within the
district. There should be at least two youth' officers.

Fact: Our fire department needs additional EMS equipment and manpower, plus

replacement of a 34 (thirty-four) year old fire engine.

- - A third EMS unit is needed. There has been a 71% increase in EMS runs
since the program began in 1978 with two (2) units.

- - Our newest fire engine is 10 years old. Our oldest - a 1952 Model - is due
for replacement by a modern unit.


Construct an adequate police headquarters at the Civic Center site.
Replace outdated communications equipment. Computerize fire de-
partment records. Add 12 police officers and one EMS unit (including
12 people to staff it 24 hours a day). Purchase a new fire engine.

All of this will reduce response time and provide better police and fire pro-
tection for West Bloomfield residents.



Vote YES on November 4 to Proposition No. 1 (#213 ON YOUR BALLOT).

Paid for by The West Bloomfield Public Safety Millage Commission. 5367 Wright Way W.. W. Bloomfield, MI 98033


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