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December 10, 1976 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-12-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Peres Beats Rabin in Poll

TEL AVIV (ZINS) —
According to a poll taken
by PORI Institute re-
garding the possible con-
test between Yitzhak
Rabin and Shimon Peres
for the Premiership, 31.7
percent of those ques-
tioned said that they
would vote for Peres as

Premier, while 27.7 per
cent said that they would
vote for Rabin.
The research further
states that 14.2 per cent
of those questioned said
that they would vote for
neither Peres nor Rabin;
25.8 per cent refused to
offer their opinion.

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`Bicentennial Bash Is Over,
Let's Get Down to Work'

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Reader Recalls
Center History

Editor, The Jewish News:
Your resume of the
1900 of the Hannah
Schloss Building updated
to the dedication of the
new Maple Road Center,
was nostalgic. Doubly so,
because of the Fresh Air
Reunion banquet re-
cently, when they asked
for old pictures and old
recollections. When I was
12 years old my mother
took me to Blanche Hart
because I was an intro-
vert. Blanche enrolled me
in the campfire and
drama groups, and I blos-
somed into an extrovert.
She also arranged for me
to go to Venice Beach of
the camp.
Subsequently when my
family lived on Holbrook
Avenue, I was a steady
"customer" at the Wood-
ward and Holbrook
Center. It was there that
Mary Caplan organized
her first Mothers' Club.
When she passed away at
a ripe age, I wished that
on her tombstone would
appear the words "She
took the Jewish house-
wife out of the kitchen."
I believe there is no-
body who can't find some
appealing activity or pro-
gram at the 10 Mile or
Maple Centers. The
choice is infinite. I cer-
tainly participate. My
two grandchildren are
members and participate.
Mrs. Eve Dishell

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Readers Forum

Editor, The Jewish News:
Now that our big birth-
day party is over and we
have all patted ourselves

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Friday; December-10; 1976 43

on the back, it might be
good to see what the big
bash has been about.
Indeed, we all have
many things to be grate-
ful for. America is still the
most free, most prosper-
ous and most generous
nation on earth. Her citi-
zens provide and are pro-
vided with the highest
conveniences at the low-
est costs and are con-
fronted with the least
problems both at work
and at play. We are truly
a blessed land and a bles-
sed people.
This year we celebrated
an event that took place
200 years ago and where
are we today! The cores of
our cities are rotting and
crime is rising at incal-
culable rates. Corruption
has pervaded every layer
of our society and we are
becoming increasingly
beseiged with the pangs
of bureaucratic inep-
titude.
A Bicentennial celebra-
tion must not only be con-
cerned with the past and
present but with the future
as well. The festivities
might be over but there is
still time for the Bicen-
tennial reevaluation,
reunification and rejuve-
nation that we so desper-
ately need.
The task is neither
clear nor easy and each
step may initiate another
obstacle. Yet, it is time to
realize that the party is
over. Let's get down to
work.
Jonathan Gotlib
Flint

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Editor, The Jewish News:
We would like to ex-
press our praise for the
high quality of Jewish
education brought to the
United Hebrew Schools
under the leadership of
Dr. Jay Stern. As parents
of children in the United
Hebrew Schools' elemen-
tary and high school we
have seen an encourag-
ing rise in staff morale
and teaching excellence.
A spirit of scholarship
prevades the entire sys-
tem.
After the turbulence of
the past years the United
Hebrew Schools, under
Dr. Stern, is again becom-
ing a source of pride to the
Jewish community.
Simson and Sue
Sendler
* * *
Editor, The Jewish News:
The Woman's Auxiliary
of the United Hebrew
Schools congratulates Dr.
Jay Stern on his ap-
pointment to serve with
an international group of
Jewish educators meet-
ing in Jerusalem under
the sponsorship of the
Hebrew University, the
Jewish Theological Semi-
nary of America and the
World Zionist Organiza-
tion.
Dr. Stern is to be com-
mended for having au-
thored the first major re-
vision in the curriculum
for the American after-
noon Jewish school in 20
years.
We who believe in the
upgrading of Jewish edu-
cation are privileged to
work with a man of his
caliber and stature, and
his international reputa-
tion as an educator brings
distinction to the Jewish
community of metropoli-
tan Detroit.

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Israel Backed on Retention
of Vanquished Arab Lands

Editor, The Jewish News:
It is disheartening and
deeply bothersome the
problems the Israelis are
enduring: steady devalu-
ation of the pound, strikes
-which are almost
payalyzing the entire
country, and "yerida" of
many thousands of young
Israelis to the United
States, some for eco-
nomical reasons, some for
fear of war, lack of patri-
otism and selfishness.
They are not pioneer
minded.
One shudders from the
consequences of the en-
tire, God forbid, structure
collapsing under the
weight of the above men-
tioned horrible hard-
ships.
In addition [there are]
the many billions of dol-
lars for arms, to deter
surprise attacks. It runs
into astronomical figures.
The Arabs, with their
saber-rattling, are not in a
better position. They have
tried every conceivable
method to defeat Israel.
However, a methodical
way must be found soon [to
Stop the Arabs].

all sales final

The Arabs claim as
legitimate ownership of
some parts, - which Israel
victoriously vanquished
in the four wars. By all
standards of warfare at
all times, the victor can-
not and should not be
forced to return the cap-
tured real estate from the
hostile enemies.
Ben Schraub
Miami Beach, Fla.

Workmen's Circle
to Have Party

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Hanuka party 8 p.m.
Saturday at the Work-
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Detroit.

Edwin Shifrin will con-
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ceremony; there will be a
brief history of the sig-
nificance of Hanuka,
readings, and songs. Re-
freshments will be
served.

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