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June 24, 1977 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-06-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Nuclear Reactor Sale to Israel, Egypt OK Pending Safeguards

Flint News

Flint Jews Protest Sharansky
Arrest, Non-Jew Aids Cause

The Flint Jewish commu-
nity is participating in a
protest of the arrest of Ana-
toly Sharansky, a Soviet
Jewish activist who was
charged by the Soviets with
being a traitor. He faces
the death penalty.
elegrams have been
- by the community to
President Carter, Secretary
of State Cyrus Vance, Sen.
Donald Riegle, Congress-
man Dale Kildee, the head
of the KGB (Soviet secret
police), the Minister of the
Interior, Ambassador Ana-
toly Dobrynin and to the So-



viet Ambassador to the UN.
Meanwhile, a non-Jewish
Flint woman has organized
a petition campaign on be-
half of Soviet Jews.

Responding to an appeal
by Sister Ann Gillen, head
of the Interfaith Task Force
on Soviet Jewry, Linda
Pinti of the inter-
denominational Woodside
Church distributed liter-
ature on the plight of Soviet
Jews and urged fellow con-
gregants to sign petitions
protesting harassment of
Jewish citizens of Russia.

Women Sponsor Booth at Fiesta

Five Jewish women's or-
ganizations, in cooperation
with the Women's Commu-
nal Service Committee of
the Flint Jewish Commu-
nity Council, will be in
charge of a booth at Fiesta
`77, sponsored by the Flint
International Institute.
The fiesta will be held
noon-10 p.m. Saturday and
noon-7 p.m. Sunday in Will-
son Park in downtown
Flint.
Participating in the booth
are Bnai Brith Women, Ann
Lebster and Keren Or Chap-
ters of Hadassah, Jewish
War Veterans Auxiliary and
Women's American ORT.
Theme of the Jewish booth
will be Am Yisroel Chai
(the Jewish People Lives).
Baked goods, art objects,
jewelry, stationery and

I

COMMUNITY
CALENDAR

Monday—Temple Beth El
Board meeting, 8 p.m.,
temple

Flint People
Make News

Roberta Gluck has been
elected vice chairman of
the Flint Braiich of the
American Civil Liberties
Union.
Morton Leitson was elect-
ed to the board of directors
of the Genesee County Bar
Association.
' Dr. Steven Hartz, son of
Dr. and Mrs. Arnold Hartz,
earned his DO degree at
Michigan State University.

;

gifts will be for sale.
Baked goods, a refrig-
erator and volunteers are
needed. To donate or volun-
teer, call Jo Abramson,
Bnai Brith Women, 742-
4661; Mollie Epstein, Ann
Lebster Chapter, 232-4971;
Donna Koenig, Keren Or,
659-2337; Myrna Duford,
Jewish War Veterans Aux-
iliary, 743-2612; Carol Ben-
sion, • Women's American
ORT, 233-0906; Annette
Schafer, 239-3558; or Sharon
Stein, 732-6352.

Courses for Adults
Due at Beth Israel

Three adult education
courses, offered through the
Joint Elective Program,
will be made available at
Cong. Beth Israel.
The courses are Bible
19S, Kings I and II ; Art
13G, The Works of the
Great Masters—What's Jew-
ish.About Their Art?; and
Bible 18.1, Biblical Personal-
ities—A Study in Continuing
Relevance.
There is a charge for
books and materials. Per-
sons interested in taking
any of the courses may call
the school office, 732-6312.

Carter Remarks
on M.E.May Have
Cost Labor Votes'

JERUSALEM (JTA)—
Premier Yitzhak Rabin
urged the Carter Adminis-
tration not to take any posi-
tion on the specific ele-
ments of an overall or limit-
ed agreement in the Middle
East lest it prevent an ac-
cord between the parties
themselves.
Addressing the closing
enior Adults Meet session
of the Conference
.L'he Senior Friendship on the Role of the Media in
Club of the Flint Jewish Political Conflict here,
Community - Council will Rabin clainir, d that certain
hold its final meeting of the remarks by President Car-
season noon Thursday at ter on the Mideast two
Temple Beth El, it was an- weeks before the Israeli
nounced by Jack Gonte, elections aroused confusion
president.
among the voters and de-
creased support for the
Young Leadership Labor Alignment.
Rabin said many of Car-
Group Will Meet
ter's recent remarks dis-
The Young Leadership mayed him because they
Group of the Flint Jewish aroused false hopes among
Community Council will the Arabs. cannot say
hold a picnic dinner 7 p.m. the new American Adminis-
Sunday in the home of the tration. at least in certain
Morris Banks, 1224 RockS, utterances, has kept the
Ridge Tr.
same approach that we ex-
Group graduates are in- perienced in the past,"
vited. Dress is casual. Rabin said. He added. "I
There is . a charge...
hope, . I'm wrong."

Friday, June 24, 1977 25

WASHINGTON (JTA)—A tion are adequate. The
Senate report recommend-
U.S., it said is expected to
ed the sale of nuclear
insist that the International
power reactors promised by Atomic Energy Agency
the Ford. Administration to (IAEA) based in Vienna,
Israel,. Egypt and Iran "if manage the safeguard sys-
rigorous safeguards against tem.
proliferation are accepted."
In an "addition" to the re-
The report was by a biparti-
port, Sen. John Glenn (D-
san group of 12 Senators
Ohio) dissented on a facet
who visited the Middle East regarding Israel. He noted
last November under the
that while the delegation
leadership of Abraham Ribi-
"believes that ratification
toff (D-Conn) and Howard of the non-proliferation
Baker, Jr. (R-Tenn).
treaty by Israel and Egypt
The proposed agreements and the placement by Israel
with Israel and Egypt were
of its Dimona facility under
initialed by the Ford Admin-
IAEA safeguards would pro-
istration but President Car-
side added reassurance"
ter has yet to make a final nonetheless the delegation,
decision. The proposed he said, believes it would
agreement with Iran is still be "counterproductive to re-
being negotiated. The Ad-
quire such measures as a
ministration must submit
precondition to the pending
proposed agreements to
sales."
Congress for approval.
Glenn contended "the fail-
The report said that the ure to insist upon safe-
controls on the specific guards,for the Dimona reac-
items requested for export for as a condition to the sup-
to Israel and Egypt under ply of American nuclear
the agreements for coopera- material to Israel is bound

Standards of Jewish Behavior
Are Urged by Orthodox Leader

FALLSBURG,
N.Y.
(JTA)—A leader of the
American Orthodox rabbi-
nate called on all national
Jewish organizations and
agencies "to establish stand-
ards and guidelines of Jew-
ish behavior that would re-
flect a pride in our heritage
and respect for our tradi-,
tion."
Rabbi Simha Krauss of
St. Louis, Mo., co-chairman
of the 41st annual conven-
tion of the Rabbinical Coun-
cil of America, the Ortho-
dox rabbinical group, said
"It is inconceivable to weep
over the rate of inter-
marriage among Jews and
then to appoint into lead-
ership roles Jews who are
intermarried or rabbis who
officiate at' the marriages
between Jews and non-
Jews.
"It is the height of hypo-
crisy to speak about Jewish
identity and to decry assimi-
lation and, at the same
time, project into the fore-
front of our community
those who are undermining
the sanctity and survival of
the Jewish community."
Similarly, Krauss decried
"groups that in their organi-
zational activity violate the
sanctity of our heritage by
arranging non-kosher func-
tions and violating the Sab-
bath."
At another session, Prof.
Marvin Fox of Brandeis
University called on the rab-
binical delegates "to stimu-
late a resurgence of Jewish
values in the Jewish state,
to disseminate literature
and to join with Israeli lead-
ers in reaching and in
friendly dialogue with those
who are estranged from the
tradition."
Shmuel Katz, personal
representative of Premier
Menahem Begin, told the
delegates that the "Rabbi-

Pledges Increase

CHICAGO
(JTA)—Ap-
proximately $3.3 million in
new and increased pledges
was raised for the Jewish
United Fund-Israel Emer-
gency Fund at 11 simultane-
ous dinners here last week.

nical Council of America,
has proven to be the most
total and dependable ally of
Israel in mobilizing public
opinion and helping the new
Israeli government to
counteract Arab propagan-
da and a U.S. which tries to
pressure the Begin govern-
ment to make concessions
which jeopardize the secu-
rity and independence of Is-
rael."

to adversely affect our non-
proliferation objectives."
He also wrote that "clearly
the subject will be raised in
any negotiations among par-
ties to a Middle East settle-
ment."
The report said that "the
sales offer the U.S. an op-
portunity to cooperate with
these countries in their
energy and development
programs and to advance
our non-proliferation objec-
tives." Israel has indicated
it will not allow foreigners
to visit its Dimona reactor
which it acquired from non-

American sources with its
own resources.

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