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November 18, 1977 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-11-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, November 18, 1977 27

Kissinger Says Israel Must Be Backed by U.S. to Protect Self

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strong enough to protect its
future by its own efforts."
He declared that "Israel
has never rejected a chance
to make progress towards a
settlement, or to run the
risks for peace." He added

NEW YORK (JTA)—For-
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±1enry Kissinger said that
while "The Carter Adminis-
tration would not deliber-
ately put Israel's security at
risk, Israel must be left

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that "a just peace cannot be
imposed peace" and that
"coordination of policies
between Israel and the
United States" is
"imperative."
These were the highlights
of Kissinger's address to 500
leaders of the American
Jewish Congress at a dinner
Sunday night at the Plaza
Hotel, where he presented
the Stephen Wise Award of
the AJCongress to former
Israeli Premier Gold Meir.

Another Stephen Wise
medallion was awarded to
Mayor Abraham Beame.
Sen. Jacob. Javits (R-NY)
was dinner chairman.
Referring to the proposed
Geneva peace conference.
Kissinger warned: "We
must not give a veto to the
most intransigent elements
within the area. We must
not permit outside power to
emerge as the advocates for
a point of view that penal-
izes moderation."

JCCongress Releases Siudy

NEW YORK—The Ameri-
can Jewish Congress has
released a 17-page study of

Ontario Synagogues Are Defaced

blood. Tomorrow it may be
TORONTO (JTA)—Two
your own blood. Yours
Ontario synagogues were
recently struck by vandals - Truly, Anti-Zionist Forces
of America."
daubing red paint on build-
ings and leaving identical
anti-Israel messages.
The messages on Beth El
in Windsor and Or Shalom
in London read, in part:
"Blood of men, women
and children killed in Leba-
non washes your school and
synagogue. Bombs used in
Lebanon were bought with
money stolen from people of
Canada and United States.
Today we wash your syna-
gogue and school with their

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College Reunion
Service Planned

Cong. Bnai Moshe will
honor college-age youth at a
special college reunion serv-
ice Nov. 26 in the
synagogue.
Students will help conduct
the service, and luncheon
will follow. Discussions on
"American Jewish Sur-
vival - will follow the
luncheon.
For reservations, call the
synagogue, 548=9000.

Yolkut to Speak
on New Morality
Link to Judaism

Rabbi Morton F. Yolkut
will speak on "Judaism and
the New Morality," 8:15
p.m. Tuesday at Cong. Bnai
David. as part of the con-
gregation's adult education
institute series.
The community is invited_
For information, call the
synagogue, 557-8210.

Arts, Crafts Show
at Area Temple

The Birmingham Temple
will be the scene of an
invitational arts and crafts
show 8 p.m. today, noon Sat-
urday and noon Sunday.
Among the items to be
featured are paintings,
sculpture, glass, fibres, jew-
elry and graphics. There is
a charge.

Interfaith Service

Temple Beth El will be
joined by several area
churches for an inter-faith
Thanksgiving community
set-Vice 7:30 p.m. Sunday in
the temple. Rabbi Richard
C. Hertz and Father Joseph
F. Ryder will participate.
The temple will sponsor a
social hour following the
service.

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GALA FESTIVAL WEEKEND

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2

KABBALAT -SHABBAT SERVICE

at 6:00 P.M. Dedication of Klein
Daily Chapel, followed by tradi-
tional Friday Evening Dinner at
6:45 P.M. - Adults $7.50. Chil-
-dren under 12 years_ of age ;
$5.00. Call The Synagogue
Office for reservations.

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3
SABBATH MORNING
starting at 8:45 A.M. con-
ducted by Rabbi Milton Arm
and Cantor Simon Bermanis,
assisted by High Holiday
Choir. This will be followed
by sumptuous Kiddush in the
Wasserman Hall.

SUNDAY,
DECEMBER 4
Promptly at 7:45 P.M.
the evening of Festivities
will begin with the Candle
Lighting Ceremony for the
first night of Hanukah
Followed by Cantorial
Program that will be long
remembered and talked
about by two highly
acclaimed renowned Haz-
zanim, Cantors Joseph JOSEPH MALOVANY
DAVID LEFKOWITZ
Malovany and David Lef-
kowitz, both of New York.
In addition, Cantor Bermanis will conduct our own Sisterhood
Choral Group in a Cantata. Admission to the concert is free.
Tickets may be obtained by calling our Synagogue office: 352-
8670.

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PLEASE NOTE - all tickets must be obtained before concert, none will be available at the door.

Festival Co-Chairmen

Allan Rosenberg and Leonard Herman

. Program-Chairman

George J. Rossman

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