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November 25, 1988 - Image 64

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-11-25

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JVS Project Outreach
Names Coordinator

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Gloria Bender has been ap-
pointed project coordinator for
Project Outreach, a Jewish
Vocational Service (JVS) pro-
gram which assists elderly,
disadvantaged Jewish resi-
dents in the city of Detroit.
As coordinator of Project
Outreach, Bender will pro-
vide advocacy and assistance
services to the disadvantaged
Jewish elderly living in-
dependently, in nursing
homes and in adult foster
care facilities in Detroit.
Many of the people who will
be served are mentally ill,
developmentally disabled or
have other handicaps.
Bender has held various
human-service positions at
JVS, including her most re-
cent position as coordinator of
the JVS Senior Service Corps,
a program which offers
volunteer opportunities to
senior citizens in Oakland
and Wayne counties.
Supervised volunteers will
provide some of the program's
services.

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Bender holds a master's
degree in guidance and
counseling with a specialist
certificate in gerontology
from Wayne State University,
and is currently pursuing a
Master of Social Work degree
at WSU.

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Jerusalem (JTA) — An
Israeli woman was seriously
injured in a rock-throwing at-
tack, Nov. 8 on the outskirts
of Kfar Sava, an Israeli town
just outside the West Bank.
Margaret Rosner, 52, suf-
fered brain damage. She was
on the critical list, following
surgery at Beilinson Hospital
in Petach Tikvah.
The woman, a resident of
Alfei Menashe, a Jewish set-
tlement in the West Bank,
was riding in a taxi driven by
her husband. A large rock,
hurled from an orange grove
alongside the road, crashed
through the windshield, hit-
ting her squarely on the head.
The attack occurred on the
road between Kfar Sava and
the West Bank Arab town of
Kalkilya.
After the incident, Jewish
settlers in the vicinity attack-
ed the orange grove and
uprooted a row of trees in
revenge. They later found out
that the grove is owned by
Jews. The embarrassed set-
tlers have offered to pay for
the damage.
The settlers are complain-
ing bitterly that the Israel
Defense Force does not pro-
vide adequate protection on

the roads. They demand the
right to use firearms against
rock-throwers.
The region is one where
friction is growing steadily
between Arabs and Jews.

Family Israel
Trip Planned

Temple Beth El is organiz-
ing a family trip to Israel,
March 19-31. Rabbi Daniel F.
Polish and his wife will lead
the tour.
Highlights include lunch at
the Knesset, a walk through
the ancient water tunnels of
Shiloam; a trip to Masada; a
cable car ride down the sides
of Rosh Ha'Nikra; a visit to
the archeological sites of
Meggido and Hazor; a swim
in the desert oasis of Ein
Gedi.
Families will visit kibbut-
zim, and meet Israeli
notables. A full eight days of
sightseeing have been design-
ed especially for Thmple Beth
El.
For information, contact
Temple Beth El, 851-1100.

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