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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-06-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Gerald Ford Receives Mount Scopus Award,
Challenges Carter to Do More on Human Rights

Former President Gerald
R. Ford was awarded Hebr-
ew University's Mount
Scopus Award for human-
itarianism Wednesday eve-
ning at a dinner attended
by some 600 persons at De-
troit's Plaza Hotel.
Ford took the occasion,
sponsored by the Michigan
Chapter of American
Friends for Hebrew Univer-
ty, to prod the Carter Ad-
Ministration to do even
more in the field of human
rights.
He said the meetings
which began this week in
Belgrade, to review com-
pliance with the Helsinski
human rights accords of
1975, were a unique opportu-
nity. Ford said, "It is a
source of special pride that
my Administration helped
set the stage for Belgrade.
Now it is the new Adminis-
tration's opportunity to
act."
Ford said the Carter Ad-
ministration's committment
to human rights was well
known "but if rhetoric is

substituted for fact" op-
portunity would be lost.
"The committment to
human rights did not begin
in the Carter Adminis-
tration, nor in mine. It
began 200 years ago. It is
this, same committment
that binds the U.S. with the
state of Israel."
Ford was presented the
Mount Scopus Award by Is-
rael Ambassador to the
U.S. Simha Dinitz who
lauded President Ford as
one of Israel's struggle for
peace and security." Dinitz
told Ford that Israel is a
country of history "and we
will always remember your
part in helping Israel re-
gain her strength after the
Yom Kippur War. It was
you who _said, 'I don't ever
want to see Israel negotiate
from a position of weak-
ness' and if Israel can look
to a future of peace and
security it is because of
your work."
Dinitz said he was speak-
ing at a time when Israel
was forming a new govern-
ment, adding that there had
been some truth, but much
falsehood; in what has been
said about the new govern-
ment in recent weeks.
• •
"Every government of Is-
rael has put the attainment
of peace at the top of its pri-
orities," Dinitz said. "All
the people of Israel seek
peace. Israel can not be di-
vided into peace seekers

and war seekers. Peace is
part of our historical heri-
tage as well as the major
platform of our national pol-
icy."
Dinitz added that Israel
wanted to negotiate, "but
not negotiate our existence.
We want. to compromise,

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He said the great service
of the U.S. was to bring to-
gether the parties in the
Middle East dispute. He
said the U.S. can not im-
pose a peace settlement be-
cause an imposed peace
would never work and only
lead to resentment.
"We must build in Israel
a country that is not only
worth dying for but worth
living for." Dinitz added, re-
flecting on the purpose of
the dinner, "Education is
needed to build a strong Is-
rael to deter war and build
a strong peace."
Last week, at a similar
scholarship fund-raising din-
ner in New York, Ford was
honored with Hebrew Uni-
versity's Yonatan • Neta-
nyahu, Award in memory of
the Israeli officer killed in
the Entebbe raid. Ford
stated the U.S. should
never impose a Mideast
peace. He also said that ter-
rorism has never solved
any problem and urged an
end to "lavish media atten-
tion" to terrorists.
Also honored at the Mich-
igan dinner Wednesday
were Gov. William Milli-
ken, Prof. William Haber
and Upper Peninsula finan-
cier and philanthropist Sam
Cohodas. The three men
were presented Hebrew Uni-
versity's Torch of Learning
Award for contributions to
education.
Milliken told the audience
of his desire to visit Israel.
"No people on earth have
fought harder to keep their
freedom," he said, and men-
tioned his admiration for Is-
rael's people, educational
system and Hebrew Univer-
sity.
Participants on the din-
ner program included
David Koren, director of
the Midwest region, Ameri-
can Friends of Hebrew Uni-
versity, who introduced the
dais guests; Cantor Jacob
Barkin of Cong. Shaarey
Zedek, who was accom-
panied at the piano by Can-
tor Shalom Kalib of Cong.
Beth Moses for the national
anthems; Rabbi M. Robert
Syme of Temple Israel
gave the invocation; and
Irwin Zeigleman, president
of the Michigan Chapter of
the American Friends of

U.S. Court Allows
Nazi Demonstration

WASHINGTON—The U.S.
Supreme Court ruled Mon-
day that Skokie, Ill. can not
bar a group of Nazis from
demonstrating in the heavi-
ly Jewish suburb of Chi-
cago.
The village of Skokie had
required that anyone wish-
ing to hold a rally post
$350,000 bond. The Supreme
Court ruled that a rally
could be held while that or-
dinance was being fought in
the Illinois courts.
The Nazis have tentati-
vely scheduled a rally for
July 4.
David Goldberger, legal
director of the Illinois chap-
ter of the American Civil
Liberties Union, said the Su-
preme Court ruling was a
victory for the First Amend-
ment of the U.S. Con-
stitution.

Hebrew University greeted
the audience.
Max M. Fisher, honorary
chairman of the dinner and
a friend and adviser of
Ford's, lauded the former
President and the work of
Hebrew University. Dr.
Max M. Kampelman, presi-
dent of the American
Friends, said of Fisher:
"No man has done more to
cement the relationship be-
tween the chiefs of state of
Israel and the chiefs of
state of the United States."
Dr. Kampelman and din-
ner co-chairman Alan E.
Schwar presented the Torch
of Learning Awards to Milli-
ken, Haber and Cohodas.

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