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November 22, 1991 - Image 10

Resource type:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-11-22

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Light up the holidays
with savings on Stiffel

Give someone the gift of Stiffel quality — give
yourself the gift of holiday prices at 25% to 40% off.
Hurry, sale ends on December 21, 1991.

Bright old brass finish, 6-way
Mogul socket, 61"
Reg. $45395
Sale $35395

Polished brass
finish, 59"
Reg. $34995
Sale $26395

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Everyone is welcome to use
their fair share of our ser-
vices, whether this means
visiting us once a week, once
a month or twice in a lifetime.
Similarly, we welcome
volunteers who wish to give of
themselves to others in need.
Both the staff and the board
are proud of what Jewish
Family Service has to offer
and we are constantly work-
ing to improve and expand
our services for the well-being
of the community.
Thank you for giving me
the opportunity to clarify
these issues.

Alan D. Goodman

Executive Director

Don't Belittle
Jewish Students

I can readily concur with

Bright old brass
finish, swing
arm, 52 1 /2"
Reg. $36395
Sale $26395

Bright old brass
table lamp, 3-way
base switch, 28"
Reg. $251 95
Sale $149 95

Bright old brass
club lamp, 58"
Reg. $28995
Sale $21995

Where Good Ideas.Come to Light

6580 Telegraph
at Maple Rd.

45319 Grand River,
One Mi. W. of Novi Rd.

200 E. Second St.,
E. of Main St.

Gary Rosenblatt's main
thesis (Nov. 1) that the Jewish
community, like every other,
bestirs itself to action
especially when confronted by
actual or perceived threats.
However, he insults Jewish
students at the University of
Michigan and elsewhere, with
his gross generalizations
about students' overall "com-
placency" about matters
Every week, many hun-
dreds of Jewish students at-
tend dozens of programs spon-
sored by the more than 25
student groups under the
Hillel umbrella. Jewish stu-
dent leaders, by the score,
organize their community
and volunteer untold hours to
create an atmosphere here at
the university that is not on-
ly hospitable but nurturing to
Jewish student life.
Mr. Rosenblatt attempts to
score easy points with some
well-worn allegations about
Jewish apathy. Four mi-
nyanim (Sabbath services) —
Reform, Conservative, Or-
thodox, and Women's —
operate out of Hillel. Five pro-
Israel organizations thrive
here, not to mention groups
devoted to Jewish study,
social action, kosher food,
Jewish cultural arts and
much more.
Don't beat up on B'nai
B'rith Hillel and Jewish
students. Every campus com-
munity is unique and at the
University of Michigan, as
elsewhere, this generation of
Jewish students is far more
committed than you think.
They responded swiftly, pas-
sionately and very effectively
to the ad in The Daily
(Michigan student paper) de-
nying the Holocaust. Their ef-
forts and success should be
lauded, not belittled.

Joseph Kohane

Director, U-M Hillel Foundation




`Your Home
Is In Israel'

Israeli finance
minister, in a speech to a
medical convention in
Jerusalem, told of a three-
hour meeting with Gorbachev
in Moscow. He asked Gor-
bachev, "Why are you letting
the Jews leave the country
but not others?" "Because,"
Gorbachev allegedly said,
"the Jews have no home here
— their home is Israel."
The finance minister was
delighted, but he should have
been outraged. He should
have said that Jews are entitl-
ed to live in the Diaspora or
in Israel, as they like. The
anti-Semites use it to say to
the Jews, "Leave. Your home
is Israel."

Ralph Slovenko

Professor of Law and Psychiatry
Wayne State University

Settlement Story
Showed Importance

Thank you, Helen Davis, for
your marvelous, in-depth
background article (Nov. 15)
on the settlements. You told
Israel's story as it is and
described how important
those settlements are to
Israel's survival.
Anyone that does not
understand that just refuses
to recognize the facts of the

Dr. Jerome S. Kaufman

Bloomfield Hills

Because of the
Thanksgiving holiday,
The Jewish News will
have early advertising
deadlines for the issue of
Nov. 29 and an early local
news deadline for the issue
of Dec. 6.
Nov. 29 deadlines:
Classified, 3 p.m. Mon-
day, Nov. 25.
Display, 5 p.m. Friday,
Nov. 22.
Dec. 6 deadline:
Local news, noon
Wednesday, Nov. 27.

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