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November 25, 1977 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-11-25

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46 Friday, November 25, 1977 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Cantor Sidney

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Bill Welch (Pat Sandler),
former Detroiters of Port-
land, Ore., daughter,
Brooke Sandler.
* * *
Nov. 11—To Dr. and Mrs.
Robert Shapiro (Niki
Singer), 5243 Watergate
Rd., West Bloomfield, a son,
Eric Andrew.

Nov. 20—To Mr. and Mrs.
Stuart Pinsky (Roberta
Eder), 14500 Vernon, Oak
Park, a daughter, Marla
Helene.
* * *
Nov. 18—To Mr. and Mrs.
Howard E. Friedlaender
(Linda Pearlman), 28210
New Bedford Dr., Farm-
ington Hills, a son, David
Max.
** *
Nov. 15—To Dr. and Mrs.
Robert May (former
Detroiter Susan Schwartz)
of El Paso, Texas, a son,
Bernard Robert.
* * *
Nov. 15—To Dr. and Mrs.
Kenneth S. Bayles of Madi-
son Heights, a son,
Benjamin.

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Nov. 7—To Mr. and Mrs.
Gary A. Roth (Terrie Psi-
goda) of Highland, a son,
Jesse Levi.

Nov. 5—To Mr. and Mrs.
Daniel Patt (Roberta
Dodge), 8451 Lincoln, Hun-
tington Woods, a daughter,
Alyssa Eden.

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annual conference on Social
Concerns sponsored by Agu-
dath Israel of America
More than 200 government
officials, higher education,
business and community
leaders joined heads of
social agencies at the break-
fast: conference, which was
co-sponsored by Agudath
Israel's agencies, Project
COPE and the Commission
on Jewish Ethnic Affairs, at
the New York Hilton Nov.
13 to discuss "Revitalizing
New York City Through
Neighborhood Growth and
Development."

NEW YORK—Gov. Hugh
L Carey and Sen. Jacob K.
Javits joined in calling for
strong measures to pre-
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middle class neighborhoods
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New York Sen. Jacob Jav-
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Jewish community to be
cautious of the implications
of the visit of Egyptian
President Anwar Sadat to
Israel, saying that "while
we have joy, there's a long
road ahead. Let's be pre-
pared for disappointment."
Speaking to more than
1,300 guests at the annual
dinner for the Beth Yehudah
Schools,.Sunday at the Fair-
lane Manor, Javits said that
with the Sadat visit the cli-
mate in the world is favor-
able for the achievement of
peace, but warned that
"this situation can get a lot
tighter before it resolves
itself."
Javits said that negotia-
tions must be held in a
"mutuality of interest. They
cannot proceed quickly."
He said that the carrying
out of any peace agree-
ments negotiated at Geneva
should be done by
"phasing."
"If there is to be any kind
of Israeli withdrawal, it
could only be achievable in
the context of secure and
recognized borders for
Israel and a deliberate
phasing over a period of
years which would allow for
testing of the good faith of
all parties, the growth of
trade, social and political
interchange which will
breed mutual trust and con-
fidence and an opportunity
for the Arab population on
the West Bank and in the
Gaza Strip to truly decide
their own futures."
Javits said Sadat "shows
he's desirous of peace"
since he took "his life and
political life in his hands" in
making the visit to Israel.
Javits called the visit "a
curtain raiser for Geneva"
which he said will be "a
long experience."
The dinner marked the
occasion to present the
Golden Torah Award to Dr.
Joseph E. Goodstein who
has been a longtime suppor-
ter of the Beth Yehudah
Schools. A special award
was presented to Mr. and
Mrs. Norman Allan for pur-
chasing the Sally Allan
Alexander Beth Jacob
School for Girls in
Birmingham.
Seated on the dais were
Rabbi Avrohom Freedman,
Rabbi Norman Kahn,
administrator of the
schools; Joseph Nusbaum, a
member of the presidiuni;
Seymour Rabinowitz, chair-
man of the board of direc-
tors; I. W. Sherr, dinner co-
chairman; David B. Holtz-
man, dinner co-chairman;
Sen. Javits; Rabbi Leib
Bakst, rosh yeshiva; Jack
Carmen, vice president;
Rabbi Leizer Levin, presi-
dent of the Council of Ortho-
dox Rabbis of Greater
Detroit; Rabbi David M.
Lieberman, dean; and
Rabbi Samuel Kaufman,
director of scholarship
endowments.

Participating in the pro-
gram were Dr. Henry
Baum, who led the singing
of the national anthems;
Julius Rotenberg and Meyer
Weingarden.

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