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July 15, 1988 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-07-15

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Beilin

Continued from Page 5

to bring Katz and Rogoff on
board. Each, he said, will
enrich programs at the JCC
through their respective ex-
periences and "empathy for
teens and all people."
Meanwhile, the B'nai B'rith
Youth Organization will move
its Southfield offices to the
JCC next month. BBYO Ex-
ecutive Director Arnold
Wiener was out of town and
could not be reached for com-
ment, but BBYO officials said
the group was merely renting
space at the JCC.

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Yossi Beilin:
Running for Knesset.

"Most admit informally that
they made a mistake," Beilin
said.
Even with Israeli polls in-
cheating another stalemate in
the November election, Beilin
said that Labor and Likud
will reconstruct the current
National Unity Government
only as a last resort. In the
event of a draw, Labor would
prefer to allow the Likud to
form a government by
default, he said.
He added that other options
exist to break the stalemate,
such as a second election or a
reform of the electoral
system.

Jewish Center

Continued from Page 5

Not all Sinai doctors are Jewish. But
they've all got seychel, and they know
how to treat you like a mensch.

It's not easy to join the Sinai Medical
Staff. Applicants have to complete an
accredited residency program in a med-
ical specialty. They're expected to be cer-
tified by the national examining board in
that specialty. Their credentials are scru-
tinized by other physicians in their own
and related fields before they are rec-
ommended for appointment by the Board
of Trustees.

More than 300 members of Sinai's
Medical Staff are on the faculty of the
medical schools at Wayne State Univer-
sity or the University of Michigan or the
dental school at the University of Detroit.
We at Sinai get a lot of naches from

our medical staff. If your doctor is not a
member of the Sinai Hospital medical

staff, ask yourself one question—and ask
your doctor, too: WHY NOT?
If you don't have a doctor, or are look-
ing for a specialist, call our Physician
Referral Service. We'll be happy to make
a shidduch.

1-800-248-DOGS (1-800-248-3627)

THIS IS SINAI

Michigan's Only Jewish Hospital

14 FRIDAY, JULY 15, 1988

"We are increasing the
kinds of services that become
central to the Jewish world,"
Plotnick said.
In his new capacity, Rogoff
will develop programs aimed
at teaching families about
Shabbat, Jewish holidays and
celebrations. He will work to
establish a Jewish discovery
room, to be a hands-on activi-
ty center for youngsters
through age 12 that will be
utilized for family programs.
Joining Rogoff is Allison
Katz, who became the JCC's
first teen director this month.
Katz previously held various
jobs at the JCC including day
camp supervisor and day care
instructor. She also was a
Sunday school teacher and a
direct care worker for the
Jewish Association for
Retarded Citizens.
Katz will develop several ac-
tivities for Jewish teens. She
will coordinate programs for
social services, substance
abuse, personal growth and
will implement support
groups.
"The positions are needed
to meet demands of the
greater and greater youth
population," Plotnick said.
"We want to provide as many
services as possible which
enable Jews to connect into
the Jewish world."
Plotnick said he is excited

Couple Meets
Refusenik

Hadassah associates Dora
and Louis Silverfarb return-
ed last week from the Soviet
Union where they met with
refusenik Elana Keis.
Keis, who applied 13 years
ago for an exit visa, has an
engineering background and
had been working at the
Scientific Institute in Len-
ingrad before filing for im-
migration papers.
An ardent Zionist, Keis
hopes to make aliyah with
her husband and son. She is
an activist in Leningrad's
Jewish community.
Keis told the Silverfarbs she
has seen little improvement
for Jews in the country as a
result of Soviet leader
Mikhail Gorbachev's glasnost
policy, and urged American
Jews to continue publicizing
the plight of refuseniks.

Land For Peace
Topic Of Forum

The Detroit Zionist Federa-
tion community forum to
discuss the question "Land
for Peace?" will take place at
Congregation Beth Shalom
on July 28 at 7:30 p.m.
The panel to discuss the
question will consist of: Dr.
Seymour Faber, Americans
for Progressive Israel; Dr.
Sheila Lampert, Hadassah;
Ezekiel Leikin, Zionist
Organization of America; and
Prof. Michael Drissman,
Michigan Committee for a
Safe Israel. Views that will be
expressed by the panel
members will be their own.
Marvin Novick will be
the moderator. Norman
Naimark, president of the
DZF, said this forum is the
third in an ongoing series
sponsored by his coalition of
local Jewish organizations in-
tended to encourage dialogue
between differing views on
the issues vital to the future
of Israel. Audience participa-
tion will be encouraged. The
forum is open to the public
free of charge.

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