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January 08, 1993 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-01-08

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MAKING
INTERCULTURAL MARRIAGE WORK

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a workshop for Jews and non-Jews

Addressing challenges of intercultural marriage
for couples who are tired of too many
questions and not enough answers.

At the end of the visit, the
couple prefers to leave by
themselves with the food,
though volunteers are there
to help. "Thank you, thank
you," the redhead keeps call-
ing. "Thank you so much."
This pair, in their early 30s,
are anything but the excep-
tion. "Our typical clients are
younger Americans who
have lost their jobs," Mrs.
Eizelman says. "What they
need is a little help to get
back on their feet."
"This is what I like," says
Sylvia Abramowitz, Yad
Ezra's assistant director. She
holds up two handfuls of sev-
eral hundred files, all former
clients. "It's a good feeling."
Though visitors to the food
bank comprise the vast ma-
jority of Yad Ezra's clients,
not everyone cares to ask so
directly for help. They are
not forgotten. Volunteers
from synagogues and tem-
ples throughout the city
make regular stops at Yad
Ezra. They pick up food and
deliver it not only to home-
bound families, but to those

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The vast majority
of contributions
are small gifts.

SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 9:00 A.M.-3:00 P.M.

at the

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28611 W. 12 Mile, Farmington Hills

• Personal identity
• Developing a shared philosophy of life
• Celebrating two cultures
• Raising children
• Dealing with parents
• Dealing with the community
• Accepting your children's decision
Group Leaders:

Judith Schneider, M.S.W. Rabbi Sherwin T. Wine
And Others
Rev. Suzanne Paul
$15/per person (lunch included)
Call the Temple Office to Register: 477-1411

12 MONTH CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT
MINIMUM DEPOSIT $500

The Shaar Hashomayim
Town Hall Series



presents

4■ 06

a panel of professional
and laymen on the topic

-
HOW MUCH ABOUT THE HOLOCAUST
SHOULD WE TEACH OUR CHILDREN?

featuring

• Dr. Emanuel Tanay
• Dr. Rueben Schnayer

too embarrassed to walk
through the food bank's
doors. Yad Ezra workers call
them "our anonymous
group."
Sometimes, Mrs. Eizelman
is able to accommodate spe-
cial requests like the "anony-
mous group." Once, she and
Mrs. Abramowitz managed
to secure medicine for a
young man who couldn't pay
for his prescription. Another
time, they helped find a hot
plate for a family with no
oven.
All the food is paid for by
donations — and not of the
$10,000 in one shot variety.
The vast majority of contri-
butions are small gifts, in-
cluding those ubiquitious
white-and-blue Yad Ezra
tzedakah cans.
They're small donations,
but Yad Ezra welcomes them
with as much gratitude as
hosts of ambitious dinners di-
rect toward their sponsors.
"Eighteen and $25 contri-
butions add up," Mrs. Eizel-
man says. "Those donors are
our biggest supporters."

...,,......

• Dr. Bill McDermott
• Lynda Lev

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