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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-05-06

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14 Friday, May 6, 1977

THE DETROIT JEWISH . NEWS

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Hebrew U. Study Finds Soviet
Influence in M.E. Deteriorating

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SAM FIELD

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JERUSALEM—Without
abandoning their interest in
the Arab-Israeli conflict, So-
-viet strategic interests may
be shifting from the con-
frontation states towar the
Persian Gulf and the Indian
Ocean areas of growing
strategic importance with
more promising options for
Soviet policy. This is the
consensus of a group of ex-
perts on Soviet affairs at
the end of a workshop held

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last month at the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem.
The theme of the work-
shop was "Soviet Goals, Op-
tions and Constraints : The
Arab-Israeli conflict in the
Wake of the Yom Kippur
War." It was sponsored
jointly by the Soviet and
East European Research
Centers of the Hebrew Uni-
versity and Tel Aviv Univjr-
sity, part ofg agroup sup-
ported by th&iFord:Founda-
tion. Prof. Arnold Horelick
of the Rand Corp. in Califor-
nia and David Morrison, Di-
rector of the Central Asian
Research Center in London
participated in the work-
shop together with 12 local
specialists.
There was additiorial
agreement among the ex-
perts that the situation of
limited options for the So-
viet Union in the Arab-Is-
rael conflict also accounts
for a Soviet effort to main-
tain a -foothold in the area
by participating with the
United States in achieving
and then implementing a,
settlement.
The workshop partici-
pants concurred that the So-
viets are pressing on the
United States and indirectly
on Israel to have the USSR
play a role in any coming
negotiations.
Growing • American in-
fluence and increasing
Arab independence and eco-
nomic power are additional
, factors seriously limiting So-
viet influence in the Arab-
Israeli conflict and 'causing
a deterioration of the Soviet
position in the. Arab con-
frontation states involved.
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Mr. and Mrs. Louis (Char-
lotte) Kasle will receive a
special award from the Jew-
ish Theological Seminary of
America Tuesday at a re-
ception in the home of Mr.
and Mrs: Gerald Schreiber.
Dr. Arnold Schaffer is chair-
man of the reception.
Rabbi Henry D. Michel-
man, assistant to the chan-
cellor of the seminary, will
make the presehtation to
the couple who have estab-
lished a scholarship at the
seminary.
The reception will be held
on behalf of the Beth Israel
Friends of the Seminary.

The Flint Jewish Commu-
nity Council will sponsor its
annual Israel Independence
Day—Yom Ha' Atzmaut Cel-
ebration 6:30 p.m. May 16
at Cong. Beth Israel.
The program will feature
Israeli entertainment, Is-
raeli folk dancing and Is-
raeli refreshments. There is
a nominal charge. For re-
quired advance dinner res-
ervations, call the Council
office, 767-5922. Edward
Powers will chair the cele-
bration.

Flint Women Slate
Tordh Fund Lunch

Cong. Beth Israel Sister-
hood will . have its Torah
Fund luncheon noon June 1
in the synagogue.
The luncheon will include
a tribute to Leah Wolin, a
benefactor of the Torah .
Fund, and a presentation of
four vignettes, "Experimen-
tation-Communication," by
the Flint Community Play-
ers. There is a charge. For
reservations, call the syna-
gogue, 732-6310.

Flint Bnai Brith
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F li nt News

Bnai Brith Flint Lodge
will have its annual installa-
tion dinner-dance 7 p.m.
June 5 at 4he Country
Squire Restaurant. Cock-
tails will be served at
B. Morris Pelavin will be
the honoree.
Music for dancing will be
provided by the Brahm
Ward Orchestra. Dave Kapl-
an will provide entertain-
ment. Paid reservation
deadline is June 1.
For information, call
Steve Kaplan, 239-2050;
Sam Winston, 742-5146; or
Saul Markey, 732-4383.

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Cong. Beth Israel's Hebr-
ew religious school will
have an open house 2 p.m.
May 15 in.-the synagogue.
There will be educational
and ceremonial displays.
Refreshments will be serv-
ed.

Orthodox Groups
on Petition Drive

NEW YORK —A united ef-
fort has been launched by a
coalition of four Orthodox
Jewish organizations to ob-
tain mass signatures on pe-
titions to the New York leg-
islative leaders to change
the criminal justice system
and enact stronger laws
against criminals. People
Against Crime (PAC) is a
united effort to make the
city streets more secure
through tougher laws,
formed by Agudath Israel
of America, National Coun-
cil of Young Israel, Torah
Umesorah and the Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congrega-
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COMMUNITY 1
CALENDAR

MONDAY —Hadassah
board meeting, 12:30 p.m.;
and Temple Beth El board
meeting, 8 p.m., temple.
Tuesday—Temple Beth El
Sisterhood installation,
noon, temple; and Keren
Or meeting, 8 p.m., home
of Donna Koenig, 1524 Su-
zanne Ct., Flushing.
Wednesday—FJCC Adult
Education class, 8 p.m.,
Cong. Beth Israel.
Thursday--7JWVA Donor,
6 p.m., Gaslight Restau-
rant; ORT board meeting, 1
p.m., home of Carol Ben-
ison, 3316 Pencombe Pl.;
and Cong. Beth Israel
Board of Education meet-
ing, 8 p.m., synagogue.
ing,

DEAL DIRECT

Dr. Charles N. Pappas,
president of Mott Commu-
nity College, has been elect-
ed a director of the Ameri-
can Association of Commu-
nity and Junior Colleges.
Richard S. Heitzner has
been appointed vice presi-
dent of college and commu-.
nity relations at Mott Com-
munity College.
Dr. Arnold Schaffer gave
the invocation at the 120th
annual meeting of the Mich-
igan Dental Association
held recently at the Renais-
sance Center.

Flint
Obituaries

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Lenore Winacoff

Lenore H. Winacoff, for-
mer owner of Seven Seas
Decor, Inc., died April 24 at
age 49.
Mrs. Winacoff started her
business in 1967. She was a
member of Cong. Beth Is-.
rael. She recided a' 3369 El-
mwood Dr., Clio.
She is survived by her
husband, Morris; and two
sisters, Mrs. Sheila Bloom
and Mrs. Ilene Isaacs, both
of Grand Blanc.
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answered unless he puts his
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