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February 25, 1977 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-02-25

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38 Friday, February 25, 1977

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

`M.E. on Threshold of Peace'

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Simha Dinitz, Israel's
Ambassador to the Un-
ited States, declared
Sunday night that the
Middle East may be "on

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titude toward Israel. But
at the same time,. Dinitz
said, Israel must -be
"doubtful and skeptical"
in regard to the Arab
countries intentions, and
must keep herself strong.

Addressing some 1,500
persons attending the
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Bnai Zion, the Israeli dip-
lomat said that "1977
could be the most crucial
year for Israel - in its re-
lations with the neighbor-
ing Arab states.
Dinitz said the Arabs
"have buried their differ-
ences under the rug" in
order to achieve some
unity which they can use
now either to negotiate
with Israel or to confront
the Jewish State.
Charging that the Arabs
are "testing" the new Car-
ter Administration, "to see
whether they could create
a wedge between Israel
and the United States"
that would result in
American pressure on Is-
rael to make greater con-
cessions to the Arabs, Di-
nitz warned that peace
cannot be imposed.
"Peace must be a result
of a dialogue . . . Only
people who talk to each
other can live together,"
he said. Stating that the
months ahead will "be
difficult," he called on
American Jewry to unify
"more than ever" in sup-
port and understanding
of Israel.
Dinitz, who returned
Saturday from Israel
after meeting with Sec-
retary of State Cyrus R.
Vance, was presented
with the 1977 Bnai Zion
Israel Friendship Award
by Rabbi William Ber-
kowitz, president of Bnai
Zion.
President Carter, in a
telegram to the award
dinner, asserted that the
mutual devotion by the
United States and Israel
to the cause of peace and
justice "has never been
more important than it is
today as Secretary Vance
completes his initial con-
tacts with key leaders in
the Middle East and we
begin to explore the pos-
sibilities for future
negotiations."
The President reaf-
firmed his "profound
commitment to the sec-
urity and survival of Is-
rael and to the values we
share as democratic
societies. -

Hillel Hears Talk,
Plans Purim Party

Bnai Brith Foundation.

at Wayne State Univer-
sity, in conjunction with

the university's 'depart-
ment of political science,
will host Dr. David M.
Ricci, senior lecturer in
the department of gov-
ernment at Hebrew Uni-
versity, 2:30 p.m.
Wednesday in Room 113
of State Hall on campus.
His topic will be "Fac-
tors That Influence the
Making of Foreign Policy
in Israel." Dr. Ricci is ap-
pearing in Detroit under
the auspices of the
American Professors for
.Peacein the Middle East.
The Hillel Foundation
will present its annual
Purim spiel -7:30 p.m.
Thursday in the home of
Rabbi and Mrs. Howard
Addison, 24210 Gardner,
Oak Park. The evening
will include the Megilla
reading, a satirical skit,
singing and dancing and
traditional Purim re-
freshments.

Kirschmann Memorial Grove Dedicated in Israel

Mrs. Joseph Kirsch-
mann of Oak Park recent-
ly dedicated a grove of
1,000 trees, planted
through the Jewish Na-
tional Fund, in memory of
her husband Joseph. The
Joseph Kirschmann
Grove is located in Modin,
Israel, home of the Mac-
cabees.
Kirschmann, a
M17.
supporter of JNF for
many years, was a well
known engineer and a

resident of the Detroit
area for more than 50
years. He was a life-long
Zionist and was affiliated

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extended the time by de-
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Haman feared lest the
Jews might somehow
triumph and he did not
want them to celebrate
for more than one day.

with the Zionist Organi-
zation of Detroit, and was
a long-time member of
Temple Beth El.
Mrs. Kirschmann is a
member of Hadassah,
Temple Beth El and the
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Gail Baker has been ap-
pointed manager of the
new Magic Pan Creperie
which will open Wednes-
day at Lakeside in Sterl-
ing Heights. The
Lakeside Magic Pan is
the third in the Detroit
area. The others are lo-
cated at Fairlane Town
Center in Dearborn and
Somerset Mall in Troy.

Midrasha Music
• Available to Public

The Midrasha-College
of Jewish Studies library
has a collection of music
provided by the AIVILI-
Americans for a Music
Library in Israel, it was
announced by Sarah Bell,
librarian.
The collection _is com-
prised of liturgical, -in-
strumental, orchestral,
vocal, choral and dance
music. Cantatas, sym-
phonies and 45 works in
the series, "Study Scores
of Orchestral Works and
Chamber Music;" also are
included in the collection,
The music is catalogued,
and available for circula-
tion. For information, call
the United Hebrew
Schools office, 354-3130,
or visit the library, in
the main UHS
21550 W. 12 Mile, South-
field.

Yiddish Lecture

The Yiddish Committee
of the Jewish Community
Center will "present a lec-
ture in Yiddish 3 p.m.
March 6 in room 13 of the'
10 Mile branch, on
"Melekh Ravich, Poet
and Essayist," by
educator and editor of the
Hebrew periodical- _"Be-
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