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February 24, 1989 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-02-24

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I NEWS I

LCOHOL
RUGS: USE and MISUSE

A JEWISH
CONCERN

5 Wednesdays in March, 7:30 p.m.

Location: Congregation Shaarey Zedek

27375 Bell Road
Southfield, Michigan

FREE ADMISSION

7:30 p.m.

March 1
Wednesday
Speaker:

Film:

7:30 p.m.

THE DISEASE OF CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY:
Early Indicators, Progression, Physical Complications
Eric Loranger, M.D.

Henry Ford Hospital/Pediatrics

"I'll Quit Tomorrow"

March 8 ALCOHOL, DRUGS AND TEENS
Wednesday Impact on the Adolescent, Indicators, Progression
Speaker: Jane Reiser Williams, M.A., Student Assistance Coordinator

Huron Valley Public Schools

7:30 p.m.

March 15
Wednesday
Speaker:

Film:

7:30 p.m.

March 22
Wednesday
Speaker:

Film:

7:30 p.m.

March 29
Wednesday
Moderator:

Panel:

IMPACT ON THE FAMILY

Sis Wenger, Manager, Community Education

Henry Ford Hospital/Maplegrove

"The Family Trap"

INTERVENTION—A Way to Enable the Chemically Dependent
Person to Accept Help
Renee Gerger, M.S.VV., Intervention Specialist

Henry Ford Hospital Chemical Dependency Treatment Programs

"The Intervention"

A Recovering Family

OUR JEWISH COMMUNITY'S RESPONSE —
What Can We Do?
Judge Stephen C. Cooper, 46th District Judge
The panel will include experts in the field including recovering
professionals, community and youth leaders, treatment profes-
sionals and educators.

Parents, Kids:
Attend as many sessions as you can even if only one . . . BUT COME!

Presented by:

Detroit

Edison

A good part of your life.

(1-1/1ccpraf(7(ay,ital

Chemical Dependency Treatment
Centers

For more information:

Call 355-0133

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1989 .

This important educational program is co-sponsored by (partial list):
Adat Shalom Synagogue
International Federation of Jewish
B'nai B'rith
Men's Clubs-Great Lakes Region
B'nai B'rith Barristers
Jewish Community Center of
B'nai B'rith Young Organization
Metropolitan Detroit
B'nai Israel Congregation of West Jewish Community Council of
Bloomfield
Metropolitan Detroit
Brotherhood-Jacobson B'nai B'rith Jewish Family Service
Men's Lodge
Jewish National Fund
Congregation Beth Achim
Jewish Parents' Institute
Congregation Beth Abraham-Hillel Jewish Resettlement Service
Moses
Jewish Vocational Service
Congregation Beth Shalom
Metropolitan Detroit Federation of
Congregation B'nai Israel
Reform Synagogues
Congregation Shaarey Zedek
Michigan Conference of Rabbis
Council of Orthodox Rabbis
Mothers Against Drunk Driving
Hadassah-Detroit Chapter
(M.A.D.D.)
Hillel Day School
National Council of Jewish Women

Na'Amat U.S.A.
Project Pride
Synagogue Council of
Metropolitan Detroit
Temple Beth El
Temple Emanu-El Couples Club
Temple Kol Ami
Temple Israel
Temple Shir Shalom
The Birmingham Temple
The Jewish News
Women of Maimonides Medical
Society
Young Israel Center of Oak
Woods
-
Zionist Organization of
America

Bill To Probe
Nazis' Entry
Into The U.S.

Washington (JTA) A bill to
create a federal commission
to investigate how Nazi col-
laborators were able to enter
this country after World War
II was introduced last week in
the House of Representatives.
The bill is among three con-
gressional efforts backed by
Jewish groups to increase the
government's role in in-
vestigating hate-motivated
violence.
On Tuesday, 79 members of
the House of Representatives
asked President Bush to sup-
port "stricter law enforce-
ment of bias-related crimes
and more security for Jewish
institutions."
But no legislation to deal
with the issue is planned. The
purpose of the letter was to
send "general signals" to
Bush, ADL Washington
representative Jess Hordes
said.
The one bill expected in
that area, which would re-
quire the Justice Department
to gather data on crimes
motivated by hate, was to be
introduced Feb. 22.
To try to gain support for
the bill, the ADL is mailing
the anti-Semitism study to all
members of Congress, Hordes
added.
The bill failed last year
despite passage of a similar
measure which created
federal penalties of as high as
$250,000 and 10-year jail
sentences for religious
vandalism.
The bill that would create a
federal commission to in-
vestigate how Nazis entered
the United States was in-
troduced by Rep. Barney
Frank (D-Mass.).
The bill would create a
seven-member commission —
selected by Congress and
President Bush — that would
have to file a report within 18
months on the "post-World
War II smuggling of Nazis,"
Frank said. It would also
recommend how similar ac-
tions by U.S. intelligence
agencies can be prevented in
the future.
Hordes said a related piece
of legislation, which would
speed up U.S. denaturaliza-
tion and deportation pro-
ceedings against alleged
Nazis, may also be pursued.

Hordes said that while his
group supports the measure,
some lawmakers feel that
nothing useful would come
from such a commission and
that the issue is "past
history."

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