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December 30, 1988 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-12-30

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Arab myth of return to 1967
and 1947. Then the Arab
uprising, intifada, can be seen
for what it is — an act of
treason, civil war and seces-
sion. To end the intifada is to
end the actual occupation.
Zion, the land of Jewish

heritage, has been too long oc:
cupied by Arabs who hate
Jewish rule. For the sake of
peace, they must go and their
occupation ended.

Michael Drissman
Committee for the Jewish Idea
Farmington Hills


Zeltzer Wins CJF Award

George M. Zeltzer has been
named recipient of the Coun-
cil of Jewish Federations 1988
Endowment Achievement
Zeltzer is an architect of the
Federated Endowment Fund,
which was launched in 1984
by the United Jewish
Charities, Jewish Welfare
Federation and member agen-
cies. The first director of the
endowment fund and its cur-
rent chairman, Zeltzer has
provided guidance to the pro-
gram and has lectured na-

George Zeltzer
tionally on endowment
development. Under his
leadership, the fund has
grown to nearly $90 million
and has reached 600 donors
in the Detroit Jewish
Zeltzer was president of the
Jewish Welfare Federation
and also served as its ex-
ecutive vice president. He is
on Federation's executive
committee and on the board
of the United Jewish
Charities. He is a past presi-
dent of the United Hebrew
In 1987, Zeltzer received
the Fred M. Butzel Memorial
Award for distinguished com-
munity service. He also was
honored by the American
Jewish Committee with the
Cyrus Adler Distinguished
Community Service Award.
Zeltzer is president of the
National Foundation for
Jewish Culture and former
president of the Sholem
Aleichem Institute. He is a
board member of the
American Jewish Historical
Society and has served the

American Association for
Jewish Education, the Jewish
Teachers Seminary and the
Institute for Jewish Life.

Sinai Ready
For Russians

With the help of Russian-
speaking volunteers, Sinai
Hospital will provide total
health care for Russian
Jewish immigrants coming to
Detroit, according to Sinai's
Acting President Robert A.
Steinberg. About 50 im-
migrants are expected within
the next three months.
"We have a service called
Language Interpretation for
Patients (LIP), which is of-
fered through the Sinai
Hospital Guild," Steinberg
said. "These are Russian-
speaking volunteers who
translate for the immigrants
as they go through the health
care system."
Working with the Jewish
Family and Resettlement Ser-
vice and Jewish Vocational
Services, Sinai will screen the
immigrants for health pro-
blems and evaluate each per-
son's health for vocational
placement, as well as provide
initial care until they can find
work or become eligible for
state-sponsored care.
The immigrants will
receive care through Sinai's
outpatient Primary Care
Center in the hospital's
Blumberg Professional Buld-
ing where each patient is
routinely assigned his or her
own physician.


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Students Plan
Israel Study

A total of 12 students from
the Detroit area have been
chosen for Project Discovery,
the American High School
Program in Israel. Criteria
for acceptance are high
academic achievements,
maturity and sociability.
The students who were ac-
cepted are: Benjie Wikenken,
Jennifer Sima, Erica Gott-
fried, Leor Skocylas, David
Dressler, Scott Emmer, Mark
Prince, Daniel Chait, Daniel
Douville, Denise Siporin, Lori
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