100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

May 11, 1990 - Image 73

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-05-11

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

THE SEVENTY-FIRST ANNUAL MEETING
AND ELECTIONS OF THE
AGENCY FOR JEWISH EDUCATION

Attention
Ladies:

will take place

MONDAY, JUNE 11, 1990
7:30 p.m.

SPORTSWEAR MANUFACTURER'S

ethnic group, nationality,
religion or race. It is a global
responsibility. Each human
being is responsible for
themselves and what they
choose to do to help
humanity.
lb begin with, all people are
equal and must be treated as
such; no matter what their
religion, race or socio-
economic background may be.
This way of thinking is not
just a philosophy, it is way of
life. It has to be, or else, it does
not work. Each individual
has to embrace this way of liv-
ing for us to make any sense
of our world.
Part of the Jewish heritage
was when my people were not
only not treated equal, but
they weren't even treated as
human beings during the
time of Adolf Hitler. This is
not something that happens
to one single race or religion.
These things happen with all
people — people of different
races, religions and na-
tionalities. When we con-
demned an entire race and
enslaved them for genera-
tions, when there was and
still is, religious persecution,
and people being taken
hostage for months and
sometimes years at a time,
just because they happen to
be from a different country
than a brutal terrorist. We
can no longer sit back and
watch while some of these
horrible crimes continue to go
on. Education and awareness
of these problems is our best
prevention.
With a new decade ahead of
us, We have the power to
change the world. If we con-
tinue to murder, create war,
poverty, hunger and pollute
the earth, we will destroy life
as we know it. Or we can stop,
and make each person aware
that they can make a dif-
ference. Roeper, a humanistic
school that I attend, is
dedicated to basic
philosophies of life. The
school's philosophy is one to
live by, "That you help people
not because of charity, but
because they are entitled to
it, that just a little more love
and understanding would
make the world a better place
to live, and that people should
be committed to justice,
rather than power?' These are
words that have deep mean-
ing for me. I live by those
words each and every day of
my life. Unfortunately, there
are people in the world that
do not. There are people that
have so much rage and anger
that they can't begin to em-

CLOSEOUT SALE

In the Louis and Esther LaMed Auditorium
In the United Hebrew Schools Building
21550 West Twelve Mile Road, Southfield

• Stock Overruns • Garments to paint
and applique • Specialty fabrics by the yard

The Nominations Committee presents the following slate:

Neal Zalenko
President
Dr Joseph Epel
First Vice-President
Second Vice-President ..... . . . . Benjamin Rosenthal
Robert A. Berlow
Third Vice-President
Sylvia I wrey
Secretory
Robert Schwartz
Treasurer

Perfect for Mother's Day!!

40-60% OFF

RETAIL PRICES

* Major Price Reductions *
* New Merchandise Arriving Daily *

The three memebes at large nominated for the
Executive Committee are:

Mel Seidman

MAY 9-12

Jerome Schwartz

Members nominated for a three-year term on the
Board of Directors:

Wed., Thur., Sat. 9 A.M.-5 P.M.
Fri. 11 a.m.-7 p.m.7 a.m.-5 p.m.

Robert Schwartz
Linda Garfield
Ellen Alter
Mel
Seidman
Linda Giles
Harriet Colman
James Deutchman Rhoda Medow Arthur Sugarman
Deanna Weinberg
Dr. Samuel Flam Sarah Nadis
Morton Noveck Calvin Weiss
Gail Gales
Dorothy Orent

KINGSWOOD PLAZA

R-Stuff

Adrienne Milin

Woodward, N. of Square Lake Rd., Bloomfield Hills

Members nominated for a two-year term on the
Board of Directors:

Shared Office Concepts

Dr. Joseph Epel

Pam Salba

Richard S. Victor

Member nominated for a one-year term on the
Board of Directors:

Judith Miller

Executive office leasing
at its best.

Co-Chairpersons of the Nominatinos Committee are:

Dr. Gerald Stollman

• Private offices.
• Professional and attentive staff.
• Full service buildings.

Mel Seidman

Make Mother's Day Special

Birmingham

Novi

Eight Mile at 1-275 Woodward at Brown
(313) 433-2070
(313) 348-5767

Panasonic

Office Automation 0 n

/ 4

KX-P1124 x

309
100

1- I \

t

1\

t: 1: 6:

L

11■■••

BREAKFAST TRAYS

t-L.:1,-1

'25.00

‘.

SOFTWARE ALWAYS DISCOUNTED 30%

SY DRAFT, INC.

N
LINCOL N CETER
26130 Greenf ield, Oak Park

968.2620

ON THE BOARDWALK
6885 ORCHARD LAKE RD.
855-3118
WEST BLOOMFIELD

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

73

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan