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March 11, 1977 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-03-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Morris Udall, at Akiva Dinner,
Applauds U.S. Rights Stance

WHY WORRY !!

Leave Everything to Us

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Rep. Morris K. Udall be seen how bad the Rus-
(D-Ariz.), challenger to sians want a strategic
Jimmy Carter for the arms limitation agree-
Democratic Presidential ment and an economic
nomination in 1976, be- package. But Carter is
lieves that Carter's testing the Russiims and
statements on human this is good."
Udall said that he had
rights in recent weeks are
a way of "sending the mixed emotions - about the
world a signal that we are Jackson-Vanik legislation
going to live up to our that linked U.S.-USSR
trade with human rights.
ideals."
Udall, guest speaker "You reach a certain point
Sunday at the "Bar -where you either have to
Mitzva Banquet" of take up arms or back
Wyn & Harold Landis
Akiva Hebrew Day down. You can't push a
School held at Cong. Beth proud, sovereign country
AChim, said in a press that openly, that publicly."
He added that Mos-
conference before the
Phone 557-6157
dinner that he "can't cow's reaction to Carter's
.quarrel" with Carter's human rights campaign
• STYLE
and the Helsinki_ agree-
statements.
• ELEGANCE
He warned, however, ment remained to be
that these U.S. tactics seen.
• BEAUTY
can only work up to a cer-
"You can't make. Dob-
WYN,HAROLD CATERING
tain point. "It remains
to rynin stand on the
_ •
fir:
Capitol steps with a not-
ary public and testify to
exactly who they are
going to let go," Udall
said.
Udall described the
transition period in the
The finest music for all Occasions
American government as
a good six weeks, and said
there was a larger transi-
tion "to a world where
energy is scarce and eX-
penSive." He now chairs
the House -Interior Com-
mittee and expects his
committee to make major
decisions on the U.S.
policies on _domestic
requests the pleasure of your company
energy development.
at
He said there is a transi-
tion period in the Mideast,

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Institute_Plans Musical Evening

The Sholem Aleichem
Institute will present a
musical evening 7:30 p.m.
March 20 at the Labor
Zionist Institute.
Shirley Benyas, Leo
Mogill and Rose Morgan
on the piano will enter-
tain. The program will in-
clude "Readings and
Songs from the Ghetto."
The public is invited. Re-

too, and added there was
now more hope for move-
ment toward peace than
there has been in some
time.
"I am not optimistic,"
he said, "but no glimmer
of hope must be ignored.
The time now is for con-
crete signals, not just
Arab talk of peace —
which is a welcome
change." He said he is
suspicious of the talk, and
would like to see tourism
between Israel and her
Arab neighbors, a slow-
ing of the Mideast - arms
race and a cessation of
"irresponsible UN reso-
1utions" as a signal of real
movement toward peace
in the Middle East.
The Akiva dinner, cele-_
brating the school's 13th
year, honored Morris
Flatt.
Participating on the
dinner program were
Dombey as mis-
tress of ceremonies,
Seymour Greenstein
singing the national an-
thems, Rabbi Zev Schos-
tak of Akiva leading the
Hamotzi, Rabbi Max-
Kapustin giving the invo :-
cation and Rabbi James I.
Gordon leading the Bir-
kat Hamazon.
A welcome, greetings
and introduction of the
speaker were given by Dr.
Martin E. Guyer, Dr.
Harvey Sabbota - and
David Tanzman. Dr. Ar-
nold Zuroff made a pre-
sentation to Morris Flatt.

Artifacts Found

JERUSALEM
Young volunteers from
the scout movement, to-
gether with the Jewish
National Fund and the
Department of An-
tiquities, at a dig in
Canada Park (Ayalon
\Talley) have found ar-
tifacts attesting to
Jewish settlement in the
area, including ancient
ceremonial lamps, a fam-
ily shrine, coins from the
Hasmonean period (2nd
Century BCE), and the
period of the revolt (2nd
Century CE).

SOL YETZ-MORRIS
COHEN POST and AUX-
I•IARY will meet 8:30
p.m. Tuesday in the
Jewish War Veterans
Memorial Home. Friends
are invited. The visita-
tion to the Allen Park
Veterans Hospital will
feature games, prizes, re-
freshments and gifts.
Chairman Raye Weimer
is arranging for the an-
nual Passover seder to be
held for the Jewish pa-
tients at the Battle Creek
Veterans Hospital. Any
one wishing to assist or
prepare Passover dishes
may call Mrs. Weimer,
545-5614. •

* * *

CHARLES SHAPIRO
AUXILIARY will meet
7:30 p.m. Thursday in the
home of Vickey Polant,
23431 Scotia, Oak Park.
The brief business meet-
ing will be followed by a
needlepoint demonstra-
tion. For information, call
Lorraine Faber, presi-
dent, 399-0573. The auxil-
iary will join the post for
their annual Scotch dou--
bles bowling party and
dinner 9 p.m. March 19 at
Strike and Spare Lanes.
There is a charge. For in-
formation, call Barbara
WeiSkopf, 273-9118.

LT. ELI LEVIN. MAIL-
IAI-ZY will present an
American flag Tuesday to
the Salvation Army in
Royal Oak. Betty Spinner
will make the presenta-

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tion, assisted by Gertrude
Hoberman, auxiliary
president; Ruth Weiss,
department patriotic in-
structress;. and Shelley
Spinner.
* * *
LT. ROY F. • GREEN
AUXILIARY will have a
membership dinner party
6:30 p.m. March 22 - at the
Jester's Court, Dearborn.
Edith Hoffman, presi-
dent, invites prospective
members. Dinner, danc-
ing and entertainment
will round out the eve-
ning. Paid members _are
eligible to attend. For
reservations, call Mrs.
Hoffman, - 647-8662, or
Eleanore Fine, senior
vice president, 548-0553..
Esther Kaufman is
treasurer.

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