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September 29, 1989 - Image 147

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-09-29

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Diane's Place
& Rear Ends

Markus Pardes, one of the
Jewish leaders who signed
the Geneva accord.
In Warsaw, meanwhile, 50
prominent intellectuals,
Catholics and Jews, publicly
appealed for the implemen-
tation of the 1987 Geneva
agreement.
The appeal pays tribute to
the "noble and beautiful"
intention of the Carmelite
nuns, but warns that the re-
sult of their presence is to
"divide nations and people."
The appeal, signed by
editors, writers, philoso-
phers and Marek Edelman,
former commander of the
Jewish resistance in the
Warsaw Ghetto, stresses
that Auschwitz is "the sym-
bol of the Shoah."
(Contributing to this report
were JTA staff writers Susan
,Birnbaum and Allison
Kaplan in New York and
correspondent Edwin Eytan
in Paris.)

Program Helps
Rabbi Shortage

New York (JTA) — A na-
tional shortage of Reform rab-
bis has inspired a two-week
program for lay-volunteers by
the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations.
It is believed to be the first
of its kind by any
denomination.
Fifteen men and women
between the ages of 29 and
62, including lawyers, ex-
ecutives, teachers and social
workers who are active in
Reform synagogues, were
trained to perform rabbinical
duties under simulated
conditions.
Rabbi Daniel Syme, vice
president of UAHC, said the
program was so successful it
would become an annual
event and that next summer's
class would be doubled in size.

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