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December 16, 1977 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-12-16

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46 Friday, December 16, 1977 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Seniors Compile Creative Writing in Booklet

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cation is Dec. 30, '1977.

Various pieces of prose
and poetry fill the fall Book
Fair edition of "The
Writer's Corner," a booklet
containing the creative writ-
ing efforts of members of
the Jewish Community Cen-
ter's senior citizen
program.
Among the contributors t9
the recent volume are Da-
vid Chait, Hinda Zaretzki,
Joshua Joyrich, Rose Gold-
smith, Fay Weiss, Mina
Stone, Marcus Engelberg,
Frances Driker, Ethel Sil-
ber, Eve Dishell, Emma
Cass, Joseph Shapiro, Ber-
tha Mishcovsky, Heurtha
Beuthner, Rae Kendler and
Sarah Slavin. -
A sampling of the seniors'
work can be seen in the
following poem :

Night - How many facets
you possess!
To some you b ng
torment,
To some caress.

Your might cloak
Embraces all.
The big, the strong,
The meek, the small.

You faithfully descend
Upon the earth
And have effect
On all at birth.

Geneva to Ratify
Peace Settlement,
Brzezinski Says

NEW YORK (JTA)—
Zbigniew Brzezinski, Presi-
dent Carter's National Secu-
rity' Affairs Adviser, said
that while the Geneva oc-
nference may no longer be
necessary to achieve a
peace agreement in the
Middle East it may still-be
needed to ratify any agree-
ment that is achieved at the
Cairo conference:
Appearing on ABC-TV's
"Issues and Answers,"
Brzezinski denied that the
Geneva conference had
been an "objective" of the
Carter Administration.
"Our objective has been
movement towdard a settle-
ment," he said. "If that
objective can be ap-
proached through other
steps, those steps _ will be
pursued."
Brzezinski added that "ul-
timately we will need some
mechanism for ratification
of the final negotiations if
agreements are made out-
side of Geneva, and that
instrument will be Geneva."

The tiny insect
And the mighty beast
In north and south,
And west and east.

They all succumb
To your magic spell
And slumber peacefully
Forsaking -earthly hell.

The fear, the hate,
The love, the earthly
bliss,

Ask for three things: a
good wife, a good year, a
good dream.

0-4

They grab one kit
And on the blind
Do not expect
What they might find.

And all their lives
They try to thrash it
out
In order to find
What life is all about.



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