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November 03, 1989 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-11-03

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LETTERS )

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Continued from Page 6

REBATES 14 sloor

Jewish establishment has, as
in the past, remained largely
silent about the Pollard affair.
To speak out would provide
evidence, would it not, of a
"Jewish conspiracy," which, of
course, would be "discomfor-
ting."

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Rabbi Yitschak M. Kagan
Lubauitch Foundation

I LOCAL NEWS I

Three Agencies Hire
New Food Supplier

SUSAN GRANT

Staff Writer

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In reference to the letter
Oct. 27 concerning state-
ments on the Holocaust by "a
Lubavitch rabbi," we have
spoken with the rabbi (the

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Irving Warshawsky
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one we assume was referred
to) and he declares that his
quoted statement was
innacurate.
Apparently, this is why his
name is not mentioned by the
writer; instead, "Lubavitch"
is mentioned, and therefore
we respond:
There is nothing in
Lubavitch-Chabad teachings
or writings to corroborate the
approach mentioned in the
letter. All we can say is that
is is impossible to know God's
ways. We cannot comprehend
His actions.

T

hree Jewish agencies
are working to deliver
meals to their clients
and save a little money at
the same time.
Although no contract has
been signed, the Jewish
Federation Apartments, Na-
tional Council of Jewish
Women and Jewish Home
For Aged have hired nation-
al food management service
Morrison Custom Manage-
ment Inc. to prepare the
thousands of meals each
organization handles every
day.
Federation Apartments
Executive Director Helen
Naimark said neither her
agency nor NCJW had any
complaints with their
previous food service; "they
are just too expensive for
us."
JHA Executive Director
Alan Funk suggested the
three agencies combine their
meal service programs,
Naimark said. Because of
the volume of food each
agency serves daily, the
three groups decided they
would have better buying
power and be able to save
money if they combined
their efforts.
After searching for kosher
food services, the agencies
hired Morrison, which for
three years has served food
to the 420 JHA residents.
Since August, the company
has delivered meals for all
three groups.
The new service also saves
Federation Apartments
thousands of dollars, said
Naimark, who did not offer
details. The savings will be
used to improve the agency's
programs.

The NCJW's Meals on
Wheels delivers cold and hot
meals to about 190 senior
citizens daily in apartment
complexes like Highland
Towers, Lincoln Towers,
McDonald Towers, Nor-
thgate Apartments and
private homes.
Meals on Wheels Chair-
man Sheila Guyer says the
new service offers more
choices for clients.
Funk said he would not
know how much his agency
will save with the new pro-
gram until he compares it
with last year's figures.
But even if the savings are
minimal, he believes the
contract is beneficial to the
three agencies as a long-
term, cost-effective im-
provement, not just a short-
term savings, Funk said. El

Political Power
Group To Meet

WAND/Metro Detroit (Wo-
men's Action for Nuclear
Disarmament) will meet
10 a.m.-noon Saturday at the
Trowbridge in Southfield.
Denise Peeters-Le Boulenge,
peace activist from Belgium,
will speak. The public is
invited.
For information, call
851-0984.

Health Center
Offers Lecture

Ford Hospital's West
Bloomfield Medical Center
will offer a lecture at 7 p.m.
Wednesday on "Self-Esteem:
Your Passport For Life." The
lecture is part of the Woman-
wise health series.
There is a charge. To
register, call the medical
center, 661-6480.

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