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April 01, 1977 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-04-01

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22 Friday. April 1. 1977

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Brodhead, Israel Official to Speak
at Independence Week Lectures

The Jewish Community
Center will_ celebrate Is-
rael's independence with a
full week of activities. April
16-24.
At 2 p.m. April 17 in the
Center's Aaron DeRoy Stu-
dio Theatre, in a lecture co-
sponsored _ by the Jewish
Community Council, Rep.
William M. Broadhead will
discuss Israel and, Domes-
tic : 90 Days With the Car-
ter Administration."
Brodhead was elected to
the U.S. House of Represen-
tatives from Michigan's
17th District in 1974 at the
age of 33, and was re-elect-
ed in 1976. He serves on the
House Ways and Means
Committee.
The Israeli Students Or-
ganization will co-sponsor
an appearance by Yigal An-
tebi who will .discuss "Is-
rael: The Political and So-
cial Structure" at 7:30 p.m.
dio Theatre. Antebi is the
and information of the Con-
sulate General of Israel in
Chicago.
Antebi, a seventh gener-
ation Israeli, received his
law degree from the Hebr-
ew University in Jerusalem
in 1966. After serving as the
assistant to the legal advis-
er at the Ministry of For-
`eign Affairs in Jerusalem,
and as director of the Israel
Law Division in the Legal

The members and officers of

Detroit Businessmen's Group
City of Hope

ask you to rejoice with them
in the blessings for a

Advisers Office, Antebi serv-
ed as coordinator of the Per-
manent Mission of Israel to

REP. BRODHEAD

the United Nations in New
York.
There will be a number
of activities for youngsters

on April 17. At 2 p.m. in
Room 249. children in kin-
dergarten through 2nd
grade will have a birthday
party for Israel - co-spon-
sored by the Center's
Group Services Depart-
ment.
A youth zimriyah (song-
fest) in Shiffman Hall will
be held at the same- time.
Youth choral groups from
Cong. David, Hillel Day
School, Shaarey Zedek and
Temple Israel will enter-
tain. The event is co-spon-
sored by the Center's Hebr-
ew Department.
The preliminaries of The
Group Services' Fourth An-
nual El Al Airplane Contest
will take place at 4 p.m.
(Final judging will take
place April 24.)
All of the Center's Israel
Independence Week celebra-
tions will be held at the
Jewish Community Center's
Main Building. There is no
charge . for any of the April
17 events.
For information call the
Cultural Arts Dept. 661-
1000, ext. 250.

Begin: 'Brzezinski
Changed Mind'

TEL AVIV (ZINS) —
Menahem Begin, leader
of the Likud party, said
recently that the chair-
man of the United States
National Security Coun-
cil, Zbigniew Brzezinski,
had changed his mind on
the issue of the estab-
lishment of a Palestinian
state in the Middle East.
According to Begin,
recognition that such a
state would be dominated
by the Soviet Union and
would therefore not open.
ate in American globa
interests was what
caused the change of
mind. Begin said that
Russian artillery which
has a range of 45 kilomet-
erS would effectively
cover Tel Aviv as well as
Jerusalem if located on
the West Bank.

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McMaster U.
Begins Yiddish

TORONTO (JTA) A
course in Yiddish has been
started in McMaster Univer-
sity in Hamilton, 40 miles
east of Toronto. Instruction
is given by two staff sociolo7
gists, Cyril Levitt and Wil-
liam Shaffir, the latter the
son of Montreal 'Yiddish
poet Moishe Shaffir.



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Israel Tries
New Jet Sale

WASHINGTON—Israel is
trying an alternate route to
break into the rich Latin
American arms market. Ac-
cording to Newsweek maga-
zine, Israel has sent a spe-
cial envoy to Paris to seek
approval to sell Quito 24
Nesher jets, Israeli copies
of Frace's Mirage, powered
by French Dassault en-
gines.
As one incentive, Israel is
offering the French a share
in the profits of the sale.

Makuya Sect
to Aid MDA

NEW YORK—Prof. Akira
Jindo, head of the Makuya
Japanese Christian Sect
and Rabbi Rubin R.,Dobin,
international chairman of
Operation- Recognition.
which seeks to have the
Magen David Adorn Society
of Israel accepted by the In-
ternational Red Cross.
They met in Jerusalem re-
cently and reviewed plans
for the 60.000 member sect
to develop plans to have the
Japanese Red Cross and
the Foreign Ministry of
Japan Support the admis-
sion of the Israeli Society
into the League of Red
Cross Societies.
Operation Recognition

programs are now going on

in 35 Countries. Senators
Jacob .Davits and Abraham

Ribicoff serve as co-chair-
men of the Operation Recog-
nition Committee. For a
free information kit on Op-
eration Recognition send a
stamped. sell-addressed en-
vel o pe to Rabbi Rubin R.
Dobin. I E. 42nd St.. Suite
;i43.-New.N:(trk: tOM,T.

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Sincere
best wishes
for a joyous
and festive
Passover

.

Helen and Paul
Zuckerman

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