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June 04, 1976 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-06-04

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16 June 4, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Herzog Denounces Reports Regarding His UN Remarks

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NEW YORK (JTA) — Is-
rael's Ambassador to the
United Nations, Chaim Her-
zog, said that "the headlines
and reports" that appeared
in the Washington Post and
the New York Post about
his remarks in the Security
Council were "misleading,
inaccurate and tenden--
tious."
The headlines and news
accounts referred to a
"clash" between Israel and
the United States over a ma-
jority statement presented

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the Security Council
which deplored Israel's oc-
cupation practices in the
occupied Arab territories.
Herzog said, "The head-
lines and reports about my
remarks in the Security
Council on 26 May, 1976 are
misleading, inaccurate and
tendentious. At no point in
my remarks did I even once
mention the United States
let alone "clash" with the
U.S."
Israel's Foreign Minis-
ter Yigal Allon, mean-

TENNIS CAMP

Youth Division (11-15 year olds)

Starts June 21st: All programs

A learning program for all skill levels from beginner to
intermediate. Program meets 4 times a week from 9-12
or 1-4 at Franklin Racquet Club Mon. thru Thurs.

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call the Department of Tennis Education 332-9221

A fun program to get children started properly. Meets
9-11 or 1-3 P.M. Monday through Thursday at Frank-
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Camp Director:

Steven Willinger

Local Tournament Program:

Camp Manager:

Dean Pinchoff

Instruction, drill, and practice for players who enjoy
competitive tennis. Designed for intermediate level
players who are interested- in participating-+n local
tournaments at which their coaches supervise. Mon.-
Thurs. 9-12 A.M. at Square Lake Racquet Club.

Franklin Racquet Club

Orlinskys Honored

Bnai Brith
Activities

Square Lake Racquet Club
799 Denison Court

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Southfield, Mich.

While describing the
statement as lacking bal-
ance, Scranton said, how-
ever, that there was much in
it with which the U.S. could
agree.
He referred specifically to
Israeli settlements in the oc-
cupied Arab territories
which, he said, "are increas-
ingly a matter of concern
and distress to its (Israel's)
friends throughout the
world and are not helpful to
the process of peace."

NEW YORK — Dr. Harr
M. Orlinsky, professor of
ble at Hebrew Union C
lege — Jewish Institute o
Spanish Queen -
Religion in New York, was
Goes to Synagogue recently honored with his
NEW YORK — Queen So- family in Baltimore. A trib-
phia of Spain participated ute to the renowned Bible
in a service at the Beth Ja- scholar and his family was
cob Synagogue in Madrid made to the Maryland Medi-
last week, the first time a cal Center in Israel.
member of the Spanish
royal family has partici-
pated in a worship service
outside of the Catholic
Church.
visit
queen's
The
stemmed from a university
seminar in the humanities
CENTENNIAL CHAP-
which she attends. The TER will hold a luncheon-
12,000-member Spanish meeting noon Tuesday at
Jewish community was not the home of Rita Weinfeld,
-officially recognized until
27585 Harvard, Southfield.
1965.
A program will be presented
by the Southfield Police
People rate newspaper Department. Prospective
advertising more trustwor- members are welcome. For
thy than any other medium. information and reserva-
tions, call Barbara Coden,
358-3983, or Janet Pont,
355-5276.

For information and brochure:

PeeWee Division (7-10 year olds)

while, said he had learned
this week that a number of
Arab and Third World
States were planning an
initiative to have Israel
expelled from the UN Gen-
eral Assembly. He warned
that if Israel were sus-
pended from the world
body it would respond by
"suspending UN activities
in the Middle East."
Meanwhile, U.S. Ambas-
sador William Scranton
voiced objections to a state-
ment by an unspecified ma-
jority of the Security Coun-
cil critical of Israel's
occupation practices on the
West Bank.

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Weston to Head
Local Bnai Brith

ATRIA'
mit 2 oR1000

In the course of two decades of youth work exerience, NCSY has developed some
of the most successful and effective youth programs in existence today. Hundreds
upon hundreds of young people have been inspired to attend institutions of higher
Jewish learning, to become rabbis, teachers, youth leaders. In all, over 22,000 young
people are involved in the program. The problem is, for a lack of funds, we have to
turn away at least 10 interested youngsters for every one we enroll in the program. So,
your help is desperately needed. You can, in fact, with your contribution be a key to
the survival of Judaism in American. Your contribution is tax deductible of course. By
entering the sweepstakes now you have an excellent chance to win a trip to Israel on El
Al Airlines . . . or $1,000 . . . and the opportunity to participate in a program
dedicated to furthering traditional Jewish values. Please fill in and return your
sweepstakes tickets today.
The winner will be selected from a drawing of all entries submitted at the
National NCSY Youth Appeal luncheon on June 27th, 1976. You need not be
present at the luncheon to be a winner.

Now you can have the trip of your dreams come true — win a round-trip airline
ticket for two to IsraeL It's easy to enter . . . and you have up to 6 chances to win.
Just fill in and return one or more of the NCSY — National Conference of
Synagogue Youth Sweepstakes tickets below. There's nothing to buy . . . no
contribution is necessary. If you're the winner, you can choose the trip and make all
your travel arrangements through our office ... or take your prize in cash or a $1,000.
Israeli bond.

YOUR SUPPORT IS NEEDED

You do not have to contribute to enter, but we hope, though, that for each
sweepstakes ticket you return you will make a S1 contribution. Your support is so
important.
Today, where over 80% of American Jewish youth do not attend synagogue,
where intermarriage and assimilation are at an all-time high, NCSY is turning the
tide, helping thousands upon thousands of young people take their place in the
traditional Jewish community.

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MARTIN WESTON

Martin Weston has bee- -
elected president of the Mk
ropolitan Detroit Bnai Britn
Council.
Weston was president of
Detroit Lodge, and held
many council offices. He
also is a board member of
the Michigan Region Br
Brith Youth Organizatiu_ -
and the Wayne State Uni-
versity Hillel Foundation.
Elected with him were:
vice presidents, Irving Bit-
terman, Sandy Friedman,
Richard Kay and Ernest
Shaw; secretaries, Peter
Pearlman and Joel Garfield;
treasurer, John Anstandig;
chaplain, David Bittker;
trustees, Irwin Alpern,
Floyd Borenstein, Stanley
Eisenberg, Sheldon Fridson,
Meyer Littky, Harry Mich-
elson, Dennis Rice, David -
Rosen, Leslie Silverman and

Harold Zuker.

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