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May 15, 1992 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-05-15

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"WI

Rejoice with
Jerusalem

Engler

Continued from Page 1

A family celebration commemorating the
25th anniversary of the Reunification of Jerusalem

issue. He immediately called
upon the Jewish community
to activate itself politically.
Though he was surprised
that the state agreed to
reissue the proclamation,
Mr. Schlussel did not change
his plea.
"We have become far too
complacent and comfortable
with our position within the
American political system,"
Mr. Schlussel said. "Too
often, we have a tendency to
revert to our historical shtetl
mentality and silently ac-
cept the actions of others.
"We, as a community,
need to recognize that if we
have been dealt with in a
manner we think is unfair;
we need to be vigorous and
speak out about those issues
we hold dear," Mr. Schlussel
said.
Jewish Republican leaders
said Mr. Engler is a friend to
the community, and they
said he should not be held
responsible for a staff error.
They said staff members
receive thousands of procla-
mations each day, and that
the staff person did not real-
ize this one should have been
handled differently.
Mr. Schlussel, they said,
should not counter an error
of judgment with a call for
political action.
"John Engler has always
been a supporter of Israel,"
said Republican fund-raiser

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Andrea Fischer. "It is unfor-
tunate that somebody made
a mistake which reflected
upon the governor."
Mr. Truscott said Dan
Pero, Mr. Engler's chief of
staff, advised the staff to
issue the original proclama-
tion as soon as he learned
about the situation.
"The governor never even
saw the proclamation," Ms.
Fischer said.
Oakland County Repub-
lican Chairman Jim Alex-
ander, who is Jewish, also
defended the governor, say-
ing, "Obviously, the gover-
nor is sensitive to the issue'.
or this proclamation new
would have been change
Every time I've asked th
governor for help with of
community, he has been
there." 0

Continued from Page 1

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last year after serving as
Delaware's deputy director
of health. The Home hired
Mr. Budin to develop plans
for the future Geriatric
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vices and operations onto the
Maple-Drake Jewish Com-
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The Geriatric Center pro-
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Hall and Prentis Manor.
Plans are progressing for the
center, but they are pending
the outcome of litigation
over a required certificate of
need that regulates the
number of nursing home
beds a facility can operate.
No construction date has
been proposed.
Meanwhile, Mr. Budin
said, JHA must improve its
existing facilities for a,
smooth transition into the
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status are looking better, the
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