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October 21, 1988 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-10-21

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Jewish Community Council

962-1880

of Metropolitan Detroit

THE PALESTINIANS —

and the Future of Israel

concerning the elderly.
Mahler still uses her
musical talents when she
writes original lyrics for
musical shows. She has writ-
ten scores as a volunteer for
Jewish Welfare Federation,
Jewish Home for Aged,
Goldie Adler's 70th birthday
and Fresh 'Air Society. And
she has a new one ready to
perform.
When Mahler lectures on
aging, she usually gives this
advice to live by: "Never
underestimate what you can
do. You're never too old."

TIDBITS

NT ROAD RALLY

The Harmony chapter of
ORT recently had a
creative scavenger hunt
planned by CATHY
CANTOR and her
committee. Instead of
acquiring goods, the 128
participants had to
photograph items on the
list. Some of the creative
photographers who scoured
the city looking for beige
pumps, swimming pools
and tuxedos included:
JENNIFER and MARC
LOPATIN, LISA and RICK
SALLEN, MARTY and
ARLENE SAFFER, LISA
and STEVE BINDER.

NATIONAL COUNCIL-
JEWISH WOMEN

National Council of Jewish
Women held their paid-up
membership luncheon at
Adat Shalom with a fashion
show by Saks Fifth Avenue.
The women are very
excited about their
upcoming Fashion Spree on
November 5, 6, and 7 at
the Michigan State
Fairgrounds. Some of the
women cleaning out their
closets to donate clothes
include: BARBARA
GRANT, president, HOPE
SILVERMAN, chairperson
of fundraising, CAROLYN
SCHREIBER, chairperson
of the event, SHERRY
HAFNER, MIRIAM DAVIS,
VIOLET JACOBS and
MARSHA GORDON.

CRANBROOKNOGUE

Cranbrook P.M. and Vogue
recently held a fashion
presentation at the
Cranbrook House.
BEVERLY PURCELL,

merchandising editor for
Vogue, presented a slide
show on key fall looks and
a movie featuring fashions
from the 1920s to the
present. Some of the people
in the crowd included
JANE RUZUMNA and
Kingswood graduates
NOREEN TRUNSKY,
daughter of RON and
JUDY TRUNSKY, working
in New York for Vogue, and
PEGGY DATICH, Detroit
manager of the magazine.

The 1988
Israeli Elections

Palestinian
Unrest

King Hussein

World Media
Coverage

Tuesday, October 25, 1988

I NEWS I

United Hebrew Schools
21550 West Twelve Mile Road, Southfield

German Church
Condemns
Nov. 9 Silence

Geneva, Oct. 12 (JTA) —
The German Evangelical
Church in East Germany last
week acknowledged and con-
demned historic Christian
guilt for the persecution of
Jews or "fearful silence" in
the face of atrocities.
"What happened in
November 1938 happened in
public, in full view of
everyone . . . And no one
could say he or she knew
nothing about what was go-
ing on," said the church in a
statement issued through the
Geneva-based World Council
of Churches.
The statement noted the
50th anniversary of Kristall-
nacht, Nov. 9, the first
organized Nazi pogrom
against German Jews.
The German Evangelical
Church in East Germany em-
braces the United, Reform
and Lutheran branches of
Protestantism in both Ger-
manys, issued its statement
through the Geneva-based
World Council of Churches.
The statement acknowl-
edged that "both theology
and the church played a part
in the long history of aliena-
tion from and enmity toward
the Jews. The church did not
recognize the deep inner ties
between Judaism and Chris-
tianity."
"Historical research has
opened our eyes again to the
many things that Christians
have in common with Jews."
It added, "We must make
every effort to remove all
phrases from our everyday
language which offend the
Jewish people. The same ap-
plies to the language in which
we preach the Gospel."

8:00 p.m.

Featuring - Israeli political scientist
and former diplomat, Morris Zilka.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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