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November 15, 1974 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-11-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

,

Friday, Nov. 15, 1974-23 Israel Army Chiefs

Reportedly- Dovish

Brevities

OAK PARK EXTENDED
EDUCATION GED TEST
CENTER will give its next
examinations 7-11 p.m. Mon-
day and Tuesday, and 7-9
p.m. Wednesday at the Oak
Park High School. There is a
charge, payable in advance.
Examinees are asked to reg-
ister in person at the Extend,
ed Education office prior to
taking the tests. The office is
nen 6-10 p.m. daily -except
iday evenings. Deadline for
egistration is 6:45 p.m. on
first_ day of the examina-
ons. For information, call
the Extended Education of-
fice, 548-9294.
* *
THE MOTOR CITY THEA-
TER ORGAN SOCIETY will

ashington is now
crucial front line
Israel's survival...

hat's why you should
be reading the

EAR EAST
SPORT

Established 1957
by I. L. Kenen

ry week more than 30,000
ple rely on NER for com-
hensive news coverage and
ulating analysis of the
nts here and abroad that
1 determine Israel's future-

present an evening of silent
film comedy, featuring Lau-
rel and Hardy, in "Liberty",
with pipe organ accompani-
ment by Karl Cole, 8 p.m.
Monday and Viesday at the
Redford Theater. Tickets
may be purchased the night
of the performance at the
Redford Theater Box office.
* *
FRED WARING will pre-
sent his 27-piece band and the
-singing young Pennsylvanians
8:30 p.m. Nov. 22 at Masonic
Auditorium. Waring, now in
his 57th year of conducting,
will offer arrangements from
almost every musical age.
Tickets 'are available at Hud-
son's, Grinnell's and Masonic
Temple box office.
* * *
WOMEN'S SYMPHONY
OF DETROIT presents a
concert 8:30 p.m. Monday at
Rackham Auditorium. Dennis
Burkh will conduct the Mich-
igan State University Sym-
phony Orchestra and Choir.
Dr. David Strickler will con-
duct the Albion College Chor-
al Society. Guest artists . in-
clude Rosemary Russel,
Ralph Votapek, Paul Ben-
ningfield and John McCol-
lum. There is a charge.

Swallows Fly First
Class to Israel

JERUSA • EW(JTA) —
More than half of the' senior
officers in the Israeli army
take a clearly "dovish" view'
toward the Arabs and support
the recognition of Palestinian
self-determination, according
to a Hebrew University sur-
vey just published here.
The survey found that the
Israeli officers were also
more liberal in their outlook
than senior , 'officers of the
U.S. .army.
The study, by Yorman Peri,
appeared in "State, Govern-
ment and International Rela-
tions," a periodical published
by the Hebrew University's'
political science department.
and its institute of interna-
tional relations.
According to Peri, his find-
ings,. were especially signifi-
cant in view of the general
attitude on Middle East prob-
lems held by the public. He
said that although the army
is non-political, its "elite"
was of similar background
as the nation's political elite
and tended . to adopt similar
political views.
A second study published
in the same issue of the peri-
odical alleged that former De-
fense Minister Moshe Dayan
was considering a pre-emp-
tive war in 1973 to .secure
political advantage for Israel
prior to Secretary Henry A.
Kissinger's political initiative
that year.
According to the writer, Avi
Klein, Dayan was convinced
of Israel's superiority over
her Arab foes but misjudged
Arab preparedness for. war.
This was the result of Day-
an's long-held belief that the
Arabs . were easy to • scare,.
Klein wrote.

TEL AVIV (JTA)-Several
hundred swallows who re-
mained in Europe past the
warm season arrived in Is-
rael, but not on their own. •
They were flown in by
Lufthansa as part of an in-
It is ignorance of one's:
ternational effort to _save the
birds who had been dying own errors that makes .one
due to the early onset of cold ready to see- the errors of
others.—Solomon Schechter.
weather in Europe.-

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Men's Federation Elects Local Officers

PITTSBURGH — Maurice
M. Stewart, of `Detroit, and
Gordon Gard, of Birmingham
were elected to the executive
board of the National Feder-
ation of Temple Brother-
hoods at its 25th Biennial
Convention in Pittsburgh.
Stewart is past president of
the Temple Israel brother-
hood, and presently serves as

a member of the Temple's
board of trustees.

Gard is past president of
Temple -Beth El Men's Club
and served on the temple's
board of trustees. He also
served as a board member of
the Metropolitan Detroit Fed.:
eration of R'e for m Syna-
gogues.

.

Individualized
Facial Treatment
European Method

Acne, Deep Pore Cleansing,

Eyelash Tinting, Waxing,
Make-up Advice

For Free Consultation Call

MAGDA MOURSI

559-3066

THE DETROIT ZIONIST FEDERATION

B'NAI BRITH MEN'S AND WOMEN'S COlitICILS
HADASSAH — PIONEER WOMEN — ZIONISTS-REVISIONISTS
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AMERICANS FOR -PROGRESSIVE ISRAEL
SEPHARDIC COMMUNITY OF GREATER DETROIT

IS HONORED TO INVITE YOU TO COX4E AND HEAR

MR. PINHAS SAPIR

Chairman of the Executive, WOrld Zionist Organization
Chairman of the Board of Governors-of the Jewish Agency
Former Finance Minister of the State of Israel .

SPECIAL MEETING WITH STUDENTS AND JEWISH FACULTY AT 2 P.M. AT
B'NAI BRITH HILLEL FOUNDATION, WAYNE' STATE UNIVERSITY.

ON:

Israel and The Jewish World Urgent Issues

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1974-8:15 P.M.
CONGREGATION BETH ACHIM

21100 WEST 12 MILE ROAD

Southfield, Michigan 48076

D-O'n 't miss this opportunity to hear one of Israel's most powerful
and influential personalities, the first time in his new capacity.

At 5 :30 P.M.

A Special Meeting With All Youth Movements

Co-Sponsor:

ISRAEL ALIYAH CENTER OF MICHIGAN

17520 WEST TWELVE MILE — SUITE 208
Southfield Michi ! an 48076 — Telephone 559-6755

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SPECIAL PROGRAM'

TUESDAY,
NOV. 19, 1974

Dr.
Solomon Poupko

REFRESHMENTS, 12 Noon

Rabbi, Cong. B'nai David

Temple Emanu-el

SPEAKING ON

14450 W. TEN MILE RD.

"Israel Against
The gods"

Oak Park

( Note our new meeting site! )

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MRS. JULES KRAFT,
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