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October 14, 1977 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-10-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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:44 Friday, October 14, 1977

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DINNER •

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♦ i CHOICE OF POTATO .
♦ • ROLL & BUTTER
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NORTHWESTERN HWY..

ATJ. L. HUDSON DRIVE

IN THE 5TOWER-14 RD. .

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DIM NEW HOURS:

TEL AVIV (ZINS(—The
recent appointment of Gen.
Moshe Levi as army com-
mander for the central sec-
tion of Israel has led the
newspaper Yediot Ahranot
to recall the vision of the
late David Benm-Gurion.

Ben-Gurion once expe-
ressed his hope that the
time would come when an
Oriental Jew would be
named chief of staff..

Gen. Levi is the son of
Iraqi Jews who emigrated
to Palestine in the 1930s.
Hisparents had a produce
stand in the Tel Aviv
market.

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Gen. Levi has two broth-
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fourth brother is a civilian
engineer.

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AJC ommittee Urges Easing'
of Tensions in B akke Case

NEW YORK—The Ameri-
can Jewish Committee,
which has joined with six
other organizations in filing
a friend-of-the-court brief in
the Allen Bakke Case in
support of affirmative
action to speed the entry of
racial minorities into higher
education; but opposing the
use of racial quotas, urged
"a lessening of the strong
emotions that have lately
characterized public dis-
cussion of this matter."
In a statement just prior
to the U.S. Supreme Court's
consideration of the case,
Bertram H. Gold, AJC's
executive vice president,
suggested that whatever the
court's decision, "we must
all be prepared to make the
necessary adjustments and
work together in good
faith."
Gold stressed that even
more important than the
decision in the Bakke Case
was "the continued drive of
all those forces committed
to social justice and equal
opportunity," adding that
"individuals and groups his-
torically united on the
Major civil rights issues of
our time are divided on the
Bakke Case."

Israel Envoy
Hits British Press

Gold
Nevertheless,
stressed again the AJC posi-
tion as outlined in its brief,
emphasizing the hope "that
the Supreme Court decision
will draw the line at the use
of racial quotas and abso-
lute racial preference," but
adding the hope "that the
decision will guarantee the
continuation of con-
stitutionally permissible
affirmative action."
In a related development,
one of the attorneys for
Bakke' said that news
reports identifying him as
Jewish were wrong and
"irrelevant.",
The attorney, Andrew Col-
vin, said Bakke is Norwe-
gian, from Minnesota and a
Lutheran.
"Calling Bakke Jewish is
inaccurate," Colvin said.
"But that point is really
irrelevant. What difference
does it make if he's Jewish,
Episcopalian or Baptist?"
Bakke had refused to talk
to the press about his 'per-
sonal background. a spokes-
man for the Davis Medical
School said the university
had no official record of
whether Bakke is Jewish
because such information is
not required on admission
forms.

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Tickets Available
for 'Play It Again'

Tickets are still available
for the Jewish Community
Center's production of
"Play It Again, Sam, - to be
presented 8 p.m. Saturday,
Sunday, Thursday and Oct.
22 and 23 in the Center's
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BLOOM FIELD

LONDON (JTA)—Israeli

Ambassador AtTraham
Kidron complained bitterly
about British press treat-
ment of the Middle East in
an address to leading jour-
nalists and broadcasters
in London.
He accused them of per-
sistently blaming Israel for
"intransigence" for refus-
ing to take steps which he
described as "national sui-
cide." In particular. he
referred to Israel's refusal
to recognize the Palestine
Liberation Organization,
whatever the PLO would
say about UN Security
Council Resolution 242.
He was particularly bitter
about the coverage of the
Lebanese fighting in The
Times and The Guardian.
claiming that they mis-
represented Israel's support
for the beleaguered Chris-
tians in south Lebanon.
He also deplored Britian's
support for the _ recent
European _Economic Com-
munity statement of the
Middle East and asked why
it had not adhered to its own
dictum that too many public
statements were harmful to
_prospects for peace.

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• COMPLETE LINE
SMOKED FISH
OF CHEESE
LOX
IMPORTED &
HERRING
DOMESTIC
POT. SALAD
• CHICKEN SALAD
COLE SLAW
• TUNA SALAD
FRESH TURKEY BREASTS
• EGG SALAD
(Boneless)
• BAR-B-Q BEEF

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SLICED

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FOR THIS SPECIAL

$3 19 lb.

Offer Expires

Oct. 23, 1977

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