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January 24, 1975 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-01-24

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BOA President Is Worried by U.S.
'olicies Toward Middle East, Israel

Dr. Joseph P. Sternstein, ing crises, but that peace
!Vsident of the Zionist Or- would not come through U.S.
inization of America told pressures on Israel alone.
Iveral audiences here on
Dr. Sternstein spoke to the
uesday that the Middle East Women of the Jewish Nation-
one of the world's continu- al Fund, to the Zionist Or-
ganiaztion of. Detroit and at
an afternoon press confer-
ence.
He said that Israel is the
ifleave Everything to II,
strongest U.S. ally in the
0
I Mideast, and that Secretary
of State Henry Kissinger's
policies a r e "potentially"
dangerous because the U.S.
continues to demand conces-
sions from Israel without
making demands on her op-
ponents.
• "Kissinger's step - by - step
approach is to work with
Egypt,", Dr. Sternstein said.
"Israel will give up secure
military positions in exchange
for non-belligerency. But if
Sadat ties his negotiating in
with Syrians then Israel is in
teiN and HAROLD LANDIS
trouble because we have no
room to move on the Golan
Heights."
that if Syria is will-
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talk peace then a war
can be avoided, "but Israel
•' STYLE
won't move until there is bar-
• ELEGANCE
gaining."
• BEAUTY
Dr. Sternstein said the ZOA
WYt4 - HAROLD CATERING ( was conducting an informa-
tion campaign in the U.S. to

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The 12th annual Sholem
Aleichem Institute Art Show
will take place Feb. 7-9, at
The Shenandoah Country
Club.
One of the oldest art shows
in the Detroit area, visitors
may view more than 3,000
works from 125 of Michigan's
top professional artists.
The show will include ori-
ginal paintings, water colors,
wood carvings, glasswork,
weaving, etchings, stained
glass work, pottery, silk
screen, ceramics, sculpture,
jewelry, wood cuts, batiks
and macrame.
Exhibiting artists includ-
ing Connie Covent, Joseph
Maniscalco, Irene Marinovieh,

Morris Brose, Russell Tur-
ecky, Igor Beginin, Bruce
Blyth and Fredrick Simper.
With emphasis on a rea-
sonable price range, the
Sholem Aleichem Art Show
represents a broad cross-
section of racial, religious,
and cultural backgrounds,
making it an event of city-
wide interest.
"Meet the Artists" night
will be held 8 p.m. Feb. '7
with original art prizes
awarded to lucky guests. The
show is open to the public.
There is a nominal charge,
and refreshments will be
served.
Hours are 11 a.m. to 5
p.m. and 8-10 p.m. Feb. '7;
noon-10 p.m. Feb. 8; and 1-5
p.m. Feb. 9.

Joseph Korman has been
elected president of the He-
brew Benevolent Society. His
photograph inadvertently ap-
peared with a story on the
Detroit Philosophical Society
and incorrectly identified him
as Robert Munson, the phil-
osophical society's guest Panel to Discuss
Doubtful antecedent is as
speaker. The Jewish News
Mixed Marriages
fatal to a pronoun as to sau-
regrets the error.
Mr. and Mrs. Club of Cong. sage.—Arlo Bates
Mary Fisher Joins Beth Achim will present a
on intermarriage 8 p.m.
White House - Staff Hanel
Feb. 9 at the synagogue. The
Mary Fisher, former coor- panel will discuss "Should
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dinator for the Channel 56 rabbis perform mixed mar-
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television auction and pro- riages." -
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ducer of the Channel 7 Morn-
The panel will include
ing Show, recently joined the Rabbis Milton Arm, Beth
White House staff. She is Achim, moderator; James I.
working under director Red Gordon, Young Israel of Oak-
Cavaney, who arranges all Woods; Seymour Rosenbloom
MICHAEL KAPLIT
the President's travels and of Adat Shalom Synagogue;
Photography
meetings outside the capital. Ernst Conrad, Temple Kol
Weddings • Bar Mitzvas
Miss Fisher, the daughter Ami; and Dr. Stanley Kupin-
of Max Fisher, real estate sky, assistant professor of
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developer and oil executive sociology at Wayne State
who has been a confidante University.
Mrs. Jerome Beale and
of the last four presidents,
has been a White House din- Harold Baker are program
ner guest many times.
chairmen. The public is in-
She has helped her father vited at no charge. For infor-
arrange countless fund-rais- mation, call the synagogue,
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inform the people that the
Arab oil embargo is not tied
to Israel. "Why should Is-
rael pay for Western mis-
takes in energy planning?"
he asked. "If there were no
Israel, do you think for one
minute that the oil producing
countries would lower their
prices?"
Dr. Sternstein explained
that Kissinger's statement on
the possible use of U.S. force
in the Middle East was also
not connected with Israel. "In
that interview, Kissinger
carefully stated that if the
U.S. economy was strangled
by some future oil embargo,
then and only then would the
U.S. consider using force."
"The WA is trying to ex-
plain to all Americans that
Washington should not ask
Israel to pay the price for
where the world finds itself.
Israel simply won't."
He said Israeli and Ameri-
can Jewish Leaders are wor-
ried, but confident of continu-
ed support from Congress and
the Administration. "We rec-
ognize the President as a
friend of Israel, but we know
he is in a difficult economic
situation at home."
Dr. Sternstein said that
Ford told 20 Jewish leaders
in Washington Dec. 20 that,
"There will never be another
Munich." In effect he prom-
ised not to sell out Israel.
Dr. Sternstein spoke at
noon at Cong. Shaarey Zedek
to the Women_ of JNF. He
defined the role of the land
reclamation fund and urged
unstinting support for JNF.
Mrs. William Levin report-
ed $96,000 was raised in the
current fund raising effort by
Women of JNF.
Dr. Sternstein addressed
the ZOD at the Zionist Cul-
tural Center in the evening.

Human thought is like a IRS Offers Help
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keeps swinging from one ex-
The Internal Revenue Ser-
treme to the other.
—Eugene Field vice is offering a number of
free tax services to help area
residents meet the April 15
federal income tax deadline.
Beginning Monday, tax ad-
visers will be available from
8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at all Detroit
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