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February 18, 1977 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-02-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

30 Friday, February 18, 1977

Farming School

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The first Jewish hor-
ticultural school in Ger-
many was founded in 1893
in the village of Ahlem,

near Hanover, by the
Jewish philanthropist,
Moritz Alexander Simon.

`Argentina to Stop Spread
of Anti-Semitic Propaganda'

TEL AVIV (JTA) — An
Argentine official af-
firmed that his govern-
ment intends to stop ac-
tivities that are consi-
dered inimical to the
coexistence of the diffe-
rent communities in that
country.
Enrique Jorge Ros,
Argentina's Ambassador
at 9 Mile
to Israel, expressed this
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view during a luncheon
given by the Israeli
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Jewish
Congress when he
§ was questioned
.
about the
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publication of Nazi and
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anti-Semitic propaganda
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in
Argentina.
INCLUDING FAVORITE
LAKE TROUT
He said the Argentine
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Salad,
Rolls
$
275
authorities have taken
BREAKFAST, LUNCH
& Butter
strong steps against the
OR DINNER
k . publishing firm responsi-
ble for the publication of
• STEAKS • CHOPS • SANDWICHES • SEAFOOD
• CHILDREN'S MENU • GREEK SPECIALTIES
.
this material, the postal
• BAR-B-Q CHICKEN • ETC.
authorities have prohi-
• BAR-B-Q
bited the use of postal
IBSURS., 11 a.m. to p.m .
MON .- RTH
\ \
services for distributing
FRI. & SAT., 11 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. SUN., 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.
the publications and the
.,,
HOME COOKING • BANQUET FACILITIES
printing firms have been
:
k
told to stop printing the
k material.
COCKTAILS — BEER — WINE
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Jorge Ros hailed the
„,
„:„„„„. „„ „
contribution made by the
Jewish community to the
THE ONE AND ONLY .. .
economic and cultural de-
velopment of Argentina
since the days of the
NOT
Jewish colonization
AFFILIATED
movement organized by
WITH
Baron Maurice de Hirsch
ANY OTHER
more than 100-years ago.
DIMITRI'S
Referring to . Israel-
Argentine relations, the
envoy noted that Israel
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DAILY SPECIALS & DINNERS Complete Children's
Argentina. Since a meet-
Menu . . . and LOW
PREPARED BY
ing last year in New York
Family Dining Prices!
between the foreign
OWNER & CHEF NIKOS
-ministers of both coun-
tries, the door has been
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK, 7 a.m. TO 11 p.m.
open to greater coopera-
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.for promoting cultural
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and scientific cooperation
were agreed upon and
their convention is ex-
pected soon, he said.
These committees will
decide on an exchange of
scientists- and scientific
knowledge as well as an
exchange of cultural de-
legations.

Dr. Voss Writes
Articles on Israel

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WASHINGTON, (JTA)
— Evan S. Dobelle, whose
grandparents on both
sides were Jewish emig-
rants from Lithuania, is
the new Chief of Protocol
at the State Department
with responsibilities
which include being host
to all foreign dignitaries
to the White House.
Dobelle, 31, has served
twice as the mayor of
Pittsfield, Mass. and has
taught government at
Harvard, the University
of Massachusetts and
California State Univer-
sity at Los Angeles.
Although a Republican
who was serving as Com-
missioner of Environ-
mental Management in
Boston, President Carter
tapped Dobelle for the
protocol post vacated by
Ambassador Shirley
Temple Black. Dobelle
and his wife becaMe close
friends of President and
Mrs. Carter during the
election campaign.
Dobelle said that he
had his Bar IVIitzva in
1958 at Temple Israel in
West Palm Beach,
and was president from
1974-76 of the A-dullam
Lodge of Bnai Brith in
Pittsfield. His first major
assignment was to wel-
come .Mexican President
Jose Lopez Portillo, when
he came to Washington
this week to visit Carter.


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Times-Union and Journal
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Dr. Voss, who is on
academic leave from Ed-
ward Waters College,
where he is professor of
philosophy and religion
and chairman of the
humanities division, has
written columns on the
ties Jews and Christians
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contributor to The Jewish
News.

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for

Schickele to Appear
in Ford Auditorium •

Prof. Peter Schickele
will present his P.D.Q.
Bach program 8:30 p.m.
Feb. 25 in the Ford Au-
ditorium. Tickets are on
sale at the Ford Au-
ditorium box office and at
all Hudson's and
Ward
Montgomery
stores.

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