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December 30, 1977 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-12-30

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32 Friday, December 30, 1977 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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NEW YORK (ZINS)—The
Armed Forces Journal says
that Israel has requested
$22 billion in U.S. military
aid over the next 10 years.
The confidential report to
the U.S. Defense
Department envisions
making Israel strong
enough to fight on three
fronts at one time.
These requirements
would be drastically
reduced in the event of a
Middle East peace
agreement.

Just as a house testifies to
a builder, a dress to a weav-
er, a door to a carpenter, so
the world proclaims its cre-
ator, God.
— Rabbi Akiva

Tekoah Envisioning Cooperation
Between Arabs, Israel on Desert

NEW YORK, Dec. 22 (JTA)
— Israel's former UN
Ambassador Yosef Tekoah has
predicted that Mideast ptace
initiatives will lead to major
cooperation in the field of
desert development and
research between Israel and
her Arab neighbors.
Tekoah, president of
Ben-Gurion University of the
Negev, made this observation
during a visit to New York in
which he invited Americans to
participate in a university
sponsored "desert venture"
from March 11-21, 1978.
Bringing life and
development to arid zones
such as the Negev, is a
reasearch priority at

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You helped us to start it
now help us to complete it
the summer youth camp

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U.S. Aid Proposed

Approach to the Summer Youth Camp sponsored
by the GREATER DETROIT WOMEN OF JNF in the
AMERICAN BICENTENNIAL NATIONAL PARK in Israel.

48th Annual Donor Tea

12 Noon, Tuesday, January 10th

Congregation Shaarey Zedek
27375 Bell Road
Southfield

GUEST ARTISTS
VICTOR SHULMAN
MICHAEL EINGORN

Russian Emigre to Israel
Singer, pianist, composer
and conductor.
Repetoire includes Yiddish,
Hebrew and Gypsy renditions.
Also popular American songs.

Russian Emigre to Israel
Outstanding Xylophonist in
the USSR. First prize winner
international music
competition in Moscow.

Multi-faceted talents give old familiar favorites new life

GUEST SPEAKER
RABBI WILLIAM BERKOWITZ

of Congregation B'nai Jershurun,
New York
Noted author and lecturer. Newly
elected National President of
Jewish National Fund

for information call:
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND 22100 Greenfield, Oak Park 968-0820

DIANE (MRS. LOUIS) LEVINE,
President

BETTY (MRS. FRANK) SILVERMAN,
Fund-Raising Chairperson

SHIRLEY (MRS. JULES) KRAFT,
Program Chairperson

Ben-Gurion University,"
Tekoah stated, "and is of vital
importance to Israel as well
as such Arab states as Egypt.
Jordan and Saudi Arabia. -
Accordingly, the - desert
venture - will attempt to
demonstrate what Israel has
to offer to the cause of peace
in the region.

The 10-day program, Tekoah
said, "would be in the form of
a seminar that would allow
the participants to live and
learn the fulfillment of
David-Ben Gurion's dream to
conquer the desert. The past
will be recaptured through
visits to archeological sites;
the present reviewed through
desert agriculture and

industry; and the future by
exposure to new, imaginative I
and experimental development
projects."

Participants in the program,
Tekoah added, "would also
study the university's social
integration program aimed at c:
eliminating the social gap
which currently plagues
Israeli society. -
Ben-Gurion University,
which is largely made up of
Sephardi and Oriental-<
students, has since its
inception placed gre_at°
emphasis on heir'
underprivileged you___.-s
develop their academic skills
and complete a college and a
university career, Tekoah
said.

Hebrew University Associates
Name Sam Haber Chairman

NEW YORK—Samuel L.
Haber, honorary executive
vice chairman of the Ameri-
can Joint Distribution Corn-
mittee, has been appointed
national chairman of the As-
sociates Division of the
American Friends of the
Hebrew University, it was
announced by Stanley M.
Bogen, president.
Since 1947, Haber has
been involved in the JDC's
overseas rescue, relief and
rehabilitation programs aid-
ing thousands of needy Jews
in 25 countries in Europe,
North Africa, the Middle

East and Israel.
The American Friends'
Associates Division consists
of individuals who support
the students, teaching and
research at the Hebrew Uni-
versity of Jerusalem on an
annual basis.

SAM HABER

The associates are divided
into sections including den-
tal, medical, legal, pharma-
ceutical and general. With
14,000 students studying on
its four campuses, the He-
brew University of Jerusa-
lem is the largest Jewish
institution of higher learn-
ing in the world.

Neo-Nazi Activities Increase in Bonn

BONN (JTA)—The
Jewish community in the
north German city of
Hanover has officially
complained in a letter to
the District Attorney about
a major increase in
neo-Nazi activity.
The incidents complained
of included regular
Saturday meetings of
members of extreme
right-wing organizations in
the city's shopping center
for "agitation and
distributing provocative
literature"; "disturbing"
telephone calls to members
of the Jewish community;
and repeated appearances
of a group of men dressed
in black clothes with a
skull emblem which has
created a "state of fear. -
A Jewish businesswoman
was recently visited by
such a group which
threatened her. In another
incident, a similar group
assaulted a Jewish student.

The letter also referred
to incidents earlier this
year in which more than
200 Jewish tombstones were
desecrated and anti-Semitic
slogans painted on the
walls of public buildings. .

The letter disputed the
repeated assertion by
Roetger Groess, Interior
Minister of the state of

Lower Saxony that such
activities are the work of a
small group of outsiders
and are politically
irrelevant.
The letter said that
because of the dangers of
left-wing extremism in
Germany, the danger from
right-wing extremists is
being "played down."

Group for Elderly
Names Liaison to
Israel Installations

NEW YORK — Shelley S.
Goren, chairman of the
Board of directors of the

men's division of Women's
Social Service for Israel,
announced the appointrne--
of Gustave Goldschmidt
New York City as liaison
representative to the WSSI
Installatiohs in Israel.
Goldschmidt has been an
active member of WSSI for
the past 20 years and a
member of the board for the
past five years.
Women's Social Service
for Israel, a non-profit or-
ganization, provides medi-
cal attention. rehabilitation,
housing, food and clothing
for Israel's aged.

What good is a sweet
dream if the dawn is cold?

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