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January 29, 1988 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-01-29

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it is a question of ill-health do
they stop.
How has this helping af-
fected their self-esteem today?
What kind of gratification
does a helper during the
Holocaust get and how does
that affect his or her life?
What distinguishes these
helpers? The study will at-
tempt to answer these and
other questions. Survivors
will also be asked what their
perspectives are toward these
rescuers today.
The study hopes to under-
stand what makes one person
an altruist and what causes
others to stand by and not
help.
Midlarsky will publish the
data from the study for use in
the field of psychology to fur-
ther explain helping and
wellness for the aging as well
as empathy, social respon-
sibility and self-esteem for
the young.

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Volunteers
For Israel 40th

Volunteers are being sought
for the community-wide
celebration of Israel's 40th
anniversary in April and
May.
The festivities begin April
17, with a performance by the
Israeli dance company, Inbal,
at the Music Hall. Other
events include an Israel
Trade Fair, May 1-5, at the
Tel-Twelve Mall, and a 6th
and 7th grade Quiz Bowl
April 24.
On May 1, "Festival '88"
will be held at the
Maple/Drake Jewish Com-
munity Center, co-sponsored
by the American Jewish Com-
mittee and the JCC. It will
feature entertainment,
displays and a Walk for Israel.
Volunteers are also needed
for the Yom Hazikaron
memorial meeting .
The anniversary committee
includes: Alex Blumberg,
Robert H. Naftaly and Jessie
Stern, organization liaison;
Rosalie Dean, Michael S.
Feldman and Linda Lee, pro-
gram; Shula Fleischer and
Annette Meskin, Yom
Hazikaron; Franklin J. Elias,
Shelly Jackier and Robert
Shapiro, Trade Fair; Fred
Goldenberg and Betsy Heuer,
children's program; Dr.
Maurice S. Opperer, walk;
and Dale G. Rands and
Gilbert Borman, public
relations.
Those interested in
volunteering should send
their name, address and
phone number to the 40th
Anniversary Committee,
Jewish Community Center,
6600 W. Maple, West Bloom-
field 48322.



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