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April 25, 1975 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-04-25

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20 Friday, April 25, 1975

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Beth Achim Sisterhood

21100 W. 12 Mile Rd. Southfield

Art & Crafts Fair

Boulevard of Boutiques

Sunday April 27, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Mon. April 28, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.

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SPECIAL NOTICE 71

For Your Sabbath Meal Enjoyment
After Morning Services
12:30 P.M. — Warm Hospitality

.

STRICTLY KOSHER
DELICIOUSLY PREPARED

Private Rabbinical Home Facilities Limited
to a Small Group of Single Persons
9 Mi.-Coolidge Area Only

VERY REASONABLE CHARGE

No Type of Transportation PERMITTED—
Must be a short walking distance to home.
TORAH STUDY TO FOLLOW MEAL

Those interested, write:
The Jewish News, Box 2002, 17515 W. Nine Mile,
Suite 865, Southfield, Michigan 48075

Percy Urges 'Face to Face'
Negotiations With Israel, Arabs

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Sen. Charles Percy (R., Ill.)
urged "face-to-face negotia-
tions" between Israel and
the Arabs and warned, in a
report submitted to the
Senate Foreign Relations
Committee, that "a very real
danger exists" of a fifth
Arab-Israeli war this year
unless "significant negotiat-
ing progress is made in the
near future."
The 91-page report, pre-
pared for the commitee of
which Percy is a member,
also urged that "efforts for
a pre-Geneva arrangement
— either partial or total —
be accelerated and pursued
on an urgent basis" because
the "suspension" of the step-
by-step negotiations con-
ducted by Secretary of State
Henry A. Kissinger "raises
the specter of further stale-
mate at Geneva."
The senator's report also
took cognizance of the huge
U.S. military sales to Saudi
Arabia and warned that
"Saudi military effective-
ness therefore must be con-
sidered in the balance of
forces in a future Arab-Is-
raeli conflict."
Percy, who angered
Chicago Jewish leaders by

advocating that Israel
communicate with Pales-
tine Liberation Organiza-
tion following his recent
tour of- the Middle East,
also observed that "One
issue of specific concern
relating to growing Saudi
Arabian-American rela-
tions is the Saudi discrimi-
nation against individuals
of Jewish faith or firms
doing business with Israel.
In that connection, Percy
wrote, the American gov-
ernment should not sanc-
tion or cooperate with such
discriminatory practices.
He added that "If the joint
(Saudi-American) Economic
Commission is to operate,
then it must be with the
best available talent, the
best firms and the best
products without discrimi-
nation on the basis of race,
color or creed."
Percy's report observed
that "U.S.- suppo'rt of Israel
is a major dilemma in Saudi
foreign policy" and
"America's close ties to Is-
rael do present a problem
but they have not hindered
growing U.S. commercial
commitments or direct in-
volvement of Americans in
Saudi government projects.
In fact, U.S. official involve-
ment in Saudi Arabia is sig-
nificant and is expected to
grow."

Mr. Ben Beiker and Marsha Sherman have donated an
incompleted Sefer Torah to Cong. Mishkan Israel Lubavitch

Center in memory of wife and mother Luba Becker.

Mr. Ben Becker is sharing his great. Mitzva and Zechus of donating the Sefer Torah
with the Jewish community by allowing others to purchase letters to help complete the
Sefer Torah. It is a great Mitzva to purchase a letter in a Sefer Torah. Letters can be
purchased in honor of parents, children, grandchildren or friends. Letters can be pur-
chased at $18.00 per letter. A certificate will be issued for each letter purchased.
Please fill out the following form:

I am interested in sharing in the great Mitzva of helping to complete a Sefer Torah by
purchasing letters in the Sefer Torah donated 6y Ben Becker in memory of
Luba Becker.

Name

Address

City

State

Zip

Please make out certificate to:

Name

Enclosed is my check for $
Send to: 'Lubavitch Center
14000 W. 9 Mile Road
Oak Park, Mi 48237
For more information call the Center: 548-2666 — 548-2667

PROGRAM:

Parade will begin at 12:30 p.m. with Sefer Torah under Chupah from the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman, Kenosha Corner 9 Mile (South side of 9 Mile) and will
march to Lubavitch Center at 14000 W. 9 Mile Rd. Sefer Torah will be completed at
1:00 p.m. An interesting program has been prepared. Refreshments will be served.
The Dedication is free of charge and open to the public. No solicitations will be
made.

Kahane Allowed
to Leave 'Jail'

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Rabbi Meir Kahane, foun-
der of the Jewish Defense
League, who was sentenced
last month to a one-year
term in a federal prison, is
reportedly allowed to leave a
Manhattan half-way house
for federal prisoners and
travel around th.e city for
seven hours each day.
The half-way house is a
Manhattan West-- Side
apartment hotel to which
Kahane was sent, pending
transfer to a minimum-se-
curity federal penetentiary
in Allentown, Pa. He was
convicted of violating condi-
tions of a 1971 parole and
sentenced by Brooklyn Fed-
eral Judge Jack Weinstein.
Weinstein granted the
order which allows Kahane
out of the apartment from 6
a.m. to 9 a.m., noon until 1
p.m. and 6:30p.m. to 9:30
p.m.
Weinstein said he ap-
proved the order because the
JDL leader had protested
that the federal Bureau of
Prisons had refused to pro-
vide him with kosher food at
the Allentown prison. Wein-
stein noted that New York
City jails provide kosher
food.

TITLE: "THE HOLOCAUST AND OUR YOUTH"

SCOOP!

Our most important meeting in 10 years...

TECHNION

ISRAEL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

28th ANNUAL DINNER

Detroit Chapter, American Society for Technion

Guest Speaker

Hon. Henry M. "Scoop" Jackson

U.S. SENATOR, STATE OF WASHINGTON

On'the emigration of Russian Jews to Israel:
"The right to free emigration is basic and fun-
damental to human liberty. Without this right to
free emigration, national borders become prison
walls."

Sunday, May 4, 1975

CONGREGATION SHAAREY ZEDEK

Cocktails at six' • Dinner at seven

For ticket reservations

PHONE 559-5190 NOW

Donor—$25.00 per person.• Sponsor — $50.00 per person
Scholarship — $300.00 per couple

(Scholarship Pays Tuition for One Student for One Year)

Sub-Title: To Honor The Dead and inform The Living

The Lubavitcher Center invites the entire Jewish Community, especially THE YOUTH to a Memorial Meeting Honoring
the Six Million of our People who perished in the Nazi Concentration Camps.

DATE: SUNDAY, APRIL 27, 1975

TIME: 5:00 P.M.

PLACE: LUBAVITCH CENTER

14000 West Nine Mile Road, Oak Park

Keynote Speaker: Rabbi David M. Lieberman, Dean Yeshiva Beth Yehuda ; spiritual leader of Congregation B'Nai Israel.

Jewish Communal Worker, Mr. Louis Levin will deliver Yiddish Address.

THE PUBLIC IS INVITED

NO CHARGE

Musical interlude by Cantor Shaul Broner and choir.

NO SOLICITATIONS

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