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December 16, 1977 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-12-16

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, December 16, 1977 47

Interfaith Detroit Round Table Reaffirmed at Cafiero Dinner

Cooperative interfaith ac-
tivities inspired by the Na-
tional Conference of Chris-
tians and Jews through its
local spokesman affiliated
with the Greater Detroit
Round Table were reaf-
firmed at the annual dinner
of the Round Table held at
Cobo Hall Dec. 7.
With some 1,000 in attend-
ance, including spokesmen
for all faiths and with many
of the most prominent Mich-
igan industrialists, state and
'1 officials in attendance,
event was an occasion
for honors for Eugene Ca-
fiero, president of Chrysler
Corp., "in appreciation for
his efforts to advance just
rights for the under-
privileged and his contribu-
tions towards alleviation of
want amon-g the de-
pressed."
Cafiero made his response
an appeal for all-out efforts
to resolve many of the is-
sues which create concern
among Americans. His ap-
peal was for better housing,
proper educational pro-
gramming and jobs for _, the
unemployed.
Alan Schwartz, as chair-
man of the dinner, gave an
account of the many serv-
ices rendered by Cafiero
and acclaimed him as a
leading citizen who has
earned the acclaim accord-
ed him.
Alfred May, president of
the Greater Detroit Round
• Table, joined in extending
honors to Cafiero.
In a five-minute address
to the gathering, Dr. David
Hyatt, president of the Na-
tional Conference of Chris-

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tians and Jews, packed in a
summary of the aims of the
NCCJ. He spoke of the ef-
forts to create good will
among all faiths, of the con-
cern for the less privileged,
the interest shown in the
need to resolve the prob-
lems that have been created
for Soviet Jewry, the need
to teach the lessons of the
Holocaust _in order to pre-
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ism and the urgency of giv-
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Rabbi Israel Halpern
gave the benediction and
the invocation was by Rev.
David A.-Harmon.
Sam Levenson highlighted
the evening's program with
humor that was as much a
sermon as it was entertain-
ment.
Levenson drew parallels
between present-day expe-
riences with those empha-
sized in traditional expe-
riences. The humorist was
also the humanitarian mor-
alist whose address was a
plea for high-level teaching
and the strengthening of
family life. A credo he had
published for the elevation
of standards of living was
greeted by a cheering au-

dience.

* * *
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Betty Ford were honored
with the Charles Evans
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tians and Jews (NCCJ), at
the organization's annual
awards dinner. The presen-
tation was made by former
Secretary of State Henry
Kissinger.
The Fords were the first
married couple ever to re-
ceive the award, which has
been conferred annually

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JERUSALEM—An Israeli
, appeared before an au-
dience of Egyptian generals
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are made in Israeli politics.
According to Christopher
S. Wren in the New York
Times, Prof. Amos Per-
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American University in
Washington, D.C., and
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Egyptian equivalent of the
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since 1965 on persons who
have demonstrated - cou-
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late Chief Justice Hughes
was a founder of the NCCJ.
In accepting his award,
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ferred to current peace in-
itiatives in the Middle East.
"The United States can and
must lend a helping hand, -
he declared. "Let me add
with equal emphasis that we
should not hold off that help-
ing hand because the Soviet
Union says no."
Dr. Kissinger, who re-
ceived the Hughes award
himself in absentia in 1973,
paid tribute to both of the
honorees.
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