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We Are One

The Jewish Welfare Feder-
ation has launched its 1987
Allied Jewish Campaign,
with the goal of reaching every
member of the Jewish com-
munity. The following profile
is the first in a series showing
people of all ages who benefit
from the agencies and services
funded by the Campaign.
Sally Fields, age 86. She
was a strong, independent
woman long before it was
considered the norm. A jour-
nalist with her own nation-
ally syndicated newspaper
column, Mrs. Fields was a
single parent who raised four
children in the 1940s and
'50s. She was also active in
several Jewish organiza-
tions, raising funds for Israel
during the Six-Day War, and
even driving a truckload of
supplies to New York City for
shipment to Israel.
But a year-and-a-half ago,
Mrs. Fields and her children
found that she was no longer
able to continue her indepen-
dent lifestyle. And the Jewish
Home for Aged's Borman
Hall on Detroit's west side
was there for her. Today, Mrs.
Fields — still quite a storytel-
ler and spirited lady — enjoys
participating in Borman
Hall's weekly lectures on
Jewish history and issues.
She also does some gardening
in the greenhouse, plays
bingo and lights Sabbath
candles. But she says it is the
people that she likes most at
the residence.
The agency. A place
where the volunteers make
the difference in creating a

"family feeling." According to
program director Denise
Woods, Borman Hall is one of
three facilities under the
Jewish Home for Aged's do-
main. Also offering nursing
care, social work services and
physical therapy is Prentis
Manor in Southfield. The
newest JHA facility, Fleis-
chman Residence in West
Bloomfield provides semi-
independent living and var-
ious support services for the
well elderly. Together, the
three facilities serve more
than 425 older adults, and
there is also an adult day care
program at Borman Hall.
The Jewish Home for Aged
receives funding from the
Jewish Welfare Federation,
through its Allied Jewish
Campaign.
Beverly Wolkind

Spain Looks Ahead
To Expulsion Anniversary

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Madrid (JTA) — An historic
act of redemption will take
place in 1992 in Spain when
the Jewish people will symbol-
ically return to the land from
which they had been banished
500 years earlier by its sover-
eign rulers, the despots King
Ferdinand and Queen Isabella.
Their decree of expulsion was
issued on March 31, 1492, and
the Jews of Spain were given
just three months to leave their
homeland.
Although it may seem a long
way off, historians and Jewish
leaders in Madrid, Barcelona
and Cordoba are beginning
discussions on an agenda for
the nationwide observances in
1992, half a millennium later,
of that year of infamy in
Jewish history. It is expected
that delegations from Israel
and the diaspora will convene
in Spain five years from now at
the invitation of the national
Jewish community and the
government.
There already have been ap-
proaches to the World Jewish
Congress and other bodies, but
as yet there is no authoritative

group within the country to
plan and coordinate the his-
toric event. The government
may be asked to appoint a
commission of prominent Jews
and non-Jews early in 1987.
The aim of the body would be
to devise a program of obser-
vances to take place during the
week of March 31, 1992, in
former great centers of Jewish
life: Toledo, Cordoba, Bar-
celona, Girona, Zaragossa and
others.
A corollary objective would
be the invitation and coordina-
tion of Jewish groups and dele-
gations from Israel and nations
around the globe, to convene in
Spain at the end of March
1992. It is assumed that heads
of state and other world Jewish
leaders will be on hand to par-
ticipate in what is viewed by
many Spanish Jews as an act of
"justice and absolution." Some
even expect that there may
also take place a symbolic an-
nulment of the expulsion de-
cree.
The year 1992 will indeed be
a turbulent one for Spaniards,
with two other major events

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