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July 23, 1976 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-07-23

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THE DETROIT JEN1IH NEW

NCCJ President Hyatt Hails
Commando Raid on Uganda

Albee's 'Seascape' Slated at Hilberry

Hilberry Studio Theatre
on the Wayne State Univer-
sity campus will present
"Seascape" by Edward Al-
bee 8:30 p.m. Wednesday.
The show will run through
Aug. 14.

Beginning July 30 and
running concurrently with
"Seascape" will be "The
Good Doctor." For reserva-
tions to studio theater pro-
ductions, call the box office,
577-2972.

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NEW YORK — The presi-
dent of the National Confer-
ence of Christians and Jews
has declared that "Israel
was simply doing the
United Nations' job" in stag-
ing its Ugandan commando
raid.
Dr. David Hyatt offered
this thought in an interview
following a two-week study
tour of the Holy Land spon-
sored by the NCCJ. Dr.
Hyatt led a contingent of 50
Americans who traveled to
Egypt, Jordan and Israel on
the seminar.
He described as "ridi-
culous" both the public con-
demnation of the raid by
UN Secretary-General Kurt
Waldheim and the proposed
UN resolution of condemna-
tion.
"The action which Is-
rael took should have been
undertaken by a UN anti-
terrorist peace-keeping
force," he said. He termed
Israel's actions "effi-
cient," "brilliant,"
"brave" and "magnif-
icent."
Dr. Hyatt, whose Passov-
er- Easter statement earlier
this year cited the "terrible
fratricidal civil war in Leba-
non as the newest example
of what happens when reli-
gious hatred is allowed to
fester where there exists no
respect for religious plural-
ism" pointed to Lebanon as
an example of what happens
when a sovereign nation
gives "sanctuary to avowed
terrorists."
"The falsehood and sham

of the Palestine Liberation
Organization (PLO) propa-
ganda advocating a secular
democratic state of Pales-
tine (all of Israel and Jor-
dan) where Moslems, Chris-
tians and Jews could
purportedly live peaceably
side by side, has been totally
discredited by the PLO's vi-
olent and murderous efforts
to commit genocide against
the Lebanese Christians,"
said Dr. Hyatt.

Belt Shean Center
for Aged Opened

NEW YORK — A center
for the aged in Beit Shean
providing community serv-
ices for some 400 elderly
residents of the city has
been opened with the finan-
cial support of Eshel, the
Association for the Plan-
ning and Development of
Services for Aged in Israel.

The new center is the first
of a number of services pro-
jected for Beit Shean whose
elderly citizens consist
largely of immigrants from
North Africa who reached
the country at a compara-
tively late age and who have
not yet been socially ab-
sorbed in Israeli society.

The center will provide
the elderly with a number of
badly needed services in-
cluding household help,
medical care and social, cul-
tural and recreational activ-
ities.

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