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April 04, 1975 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-04-04

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THE JEWISH NEWS

Bar Mitzva

Wedding

Druze Adviser to Katzir
Due Here for Bond Event 1

MOVIES

very reasonable

Readers Forum

626-2767

Support for Israel Urged

Gary Sussman

"Sensational"

V

Editor, The Jewish News,
, The recent failure of Sec-
retary of State Henry Kis-
singer's peace shuttle be-
tween Egypt and Israel' has
sparked a , debate over
America's policy towards
the Middle East. I note with
concern charges that Israel
has been intransigent —
that Israel's demands were
an obstacle to peace. Noth-
ing could be further from
the truth.
ISrael repeatedly ex-
pressed its unwillingness to
surrender the two points of
greatest strategic import-
ance in the Sinai: the Gidi
and Mitle passes, and the, oil
fields at Abu Rodeis. All
Israel asked in return was a
pledge of non-belligerence;

Ely

MUSIC

Weddings & BarMitzvas
My Specialty

1 piece to 10 Piece Band

Mori Little

356-4745

call for free audition

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'BUICK

IS THE GUY

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LS THE BUY

You Get More Buick
For Less Money !

AT MORRIS
BUICK

14500 W. 7 Mile

AT LODGE X-WAY

342-7100

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WONDER
WASH

SOL YETZ-MORRIS
COHEN POST and AUX-
ILIARY will hold a benefit

5 ROOMS

39

Kamal Mansour, adviser
on minority affairs to Israel
President Ephraim Katzir,
will be the guest speaker at
Pioneer Women luncheon
honoring Mrs. Oscar Rappa-
port on behalf of Israel
Bonds noon Thursday at
Town and Country Club.
Mansour was the first
Druze emissary abroad to
represent Israel's foreign
ministry' Lecturer and jour-
nalist, Mansour has contrib-
uted to Hebrew and Arabic
journals in Israel and was
an Arabic language radio
commentator and program
editor for Kol Yisroel. He
was a director of Arab in-
formation department.
Mrs. Rappaport will be
presented with the David

games party 8 p.m. Monday
at the Jewish War Veterans
Memorial Home. Friends
are invited. Anyone wishing
to assist and serve at the an-
nual seder at the -Battle
Creek Hospital may contact
the chairman, Yetta, Glass,
KE 5-4133.
* * *

95

Why paint walls when
you can wash! Nobody
beats our prices or
workmanship.

Residential
and
Commercial

BLOCH-ROSE AUXIL-
IARY will hold its general

LI 2-1640

meeting 8:15 p.m. Tuesday
at the JWV headquarters.
Election of officers will be
followed by a program and
"Chinese auction." There
will be a social hour with
the post. For information,
call the president, Belle
Letzer, 557-3372.

• • •••••••••••••••••• • •

• • •
• •
LEISURE
• •

SUIT
HEADQUARTERS • •
• LT. RAYMOND ZUSS-
• •
• • MAN AUXILIARY will
• •
• • meet 8:30 p.m. Monday in
All
Colors

the home of Mrs. Oscar
• • Beckerman,
• •
and Sizes
21940 Marlow,
• •

Park. Department
• •
The Finest!
president, Rita Goyer, will
, • • speak and fund raising and
• •
$5 950 : election of officers will be
• disCussed. For information,


▪ From




• call the president, Martha
• Hauptman, 352-2696; or
• Beverly Beckerman ;

HARRY : •

THOMAS
• •






Fine Clothes for Over 39 Years

968-5181.

* * *

LT. ROY F. GREEN

AUXILIARY will sponsor a


• champ at the 1975 Interna-
tional Special Olympics at
Central
Michigan Univer-
.

sity in August. The men-
• • OPEN SUNDAY 11 to-4
tally retarded will partici-
• •• • ••1115 555 5555111•• • • pate in the games.










24750 Telegraph at 10 Mile
Daily to 6 P.M. Thurs. to 8 P.M. • •

tit at

.

MRS. IRVIN KURTZ

KAMAL MANSOUR

$

Friday, April 4, 1975 21

Ben-Gurion Award "for her
leadership in Bond activi-
ties." Eric Rosenow will pro-
vide the music. For reserva-
tions, call Bonds, 968-0200;
or Pioneer Women,
851-0750.

MOVIE
GUIDE

In other Bond events,
Michigan Region, Worn-
en's American ORT, will
honor Mrs. Irvin J. Kurtz
as its woman of the year
noon April 23 at Temple
Beth El on behalf of Israel
Bonds.

Americana Complex 1, 2,
3, 4

Greenfield N. of 9 Mile

559-2730

• IIE•I•HS IN ONE !WILDING

Mrs. Kurtz was president
of Michigan Region in 1958
and in 1965 was elected a
national vice presiderit. At
the emergency congress of
the World ORT Union in
Jerusalem last year, Mrs.
Kurtz was an alternate dele-
gate to the central board of
the World ORT Union.
Mrs. Kurtz will be pre-
sented with the David Ben-
turion Award on the occa-
sion of the 25th anniversary
of State of Israel Bonds "for
her devoted leadership in
the spirit of David Ben-Gur-
ion."
Mrs. David M. Gold-ring,
national president of Wom-
en's American ORT, will be
guest speaker. Eric Ro-
senow will provide the mu-
sic. For reservations, call
Bonds, 968-0200; or Worm-
en's -American ORT,
557-0585.

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at 1.:00,—$I

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"TOMMY" (G)
"PRISONER OF
SECOND AVENUE"
"GREAT WALDO PEPPER"

BERKLEY

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Washington Generals

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Weekdays

SAT., APRIL 12

Fred Astaim Liza Minneli
Judy Garland and Frank Sinatra

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& 9:20 part.

2 GAMES

Sat. Matinee Open 1:30
That's Entertainment
1:40 over at 4

2:00 P.M. MAT. - 8:00 P.M. EVE.

Reopen Sat. eve. at'6:45
That's Entertainment
7:10 & 9:30
Sun. open 1:45
Thats Entertainment
at 2:10 4:30 6:50 & 9:10
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Plus

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SPECIAL OFFER

Courtesy of:

THE JEWISH NEWS

SAVE $1.00 ON ALL TICKETS

with'this coupon

Prices: $6.50 — $5.50 — $4.50

GROUP PARTIES . . . OF 20 OR. MORE
CALL EMILY FLETCHER . . . 895-7000

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has brought back the
good old days!
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ii R AISIN pltIOES nisttils

rael's desire for a mean-
JOHN MARCOSKY
ingful settlement. I urge
Southfield Councilman
the residents of Southfield
and the surrounding com-
The answer to our prayer
munities to contact their
legislators in Lansing and may be the echo of our re-
Washington — informing solve.
—Herbert Louis Samuel
them that pressure upon

VS.

ITT
• • - Remember
when you and your
family could see hit movies
• and
not destroy your budget?



some firm evidence, backed Israel will not serve the
by action, which would af- cause of peace or promote
firm Egypt's intent to live at our national interests.
peace with its neighbor.
It is -the intransigent
Egypt refused.
Arab refusal to compromise
Democratic Israel re- which must be reappraised.
mains a capable friend and If the United States does
ally of the United States. Its not swat from our historic
declaration of independence insistence upon mutual ac
27 years ago , extended the commodation in the Middlt.
hand of ,friendship to Arab East, then it is possible that
neighbors who were already the peoples of the area mad
invading. •- soon know more than war
At this crucial time, it is and its dreadful prepara
essential that the U.S. tions, and its tragic after
continue to support Is- math.

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