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July 28, 1978 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-07-28

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Friday, July 28, 1918 9

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

President Cites Goldberg
in Wake of Sadat Criticism

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Arthur Goldberg, who
served his country as its
ambassador to the United
Nations and as a justice of
the U.S. Supreme Court,
was honored by President
Carter at the White House
Wednesday. The President
presented the 69-year-old
jurist and diplomat with the
Medal of Freedom, the na-
tion's highest civilian
award.
The presentation was
made only a few days after
President Anwar Sadat of
Egypt, in a nationally tele-
vised speech in Cairo last
Saturday, said that peace
might have been achieved
in the Middle East if Carter
had been in office in 1967
and not "the Zionist"
Goldberg who was a
member of the Johnson
Administration.
But White House Press
Secretary Jody Powell
stressed that the award to
Goldberg had no connection
with Sadat's remarks. He
noted that the ceremony
had been planned some time
ago and was scheduled to
suit the convenience of the
President and Goldberg.
The Medal of Freedom
was awarded to
Goldberg specifically for
the services he rendered
as U.S. representative to
the UN- after the Six-Day
War for which he was
disparaged by Sadat.

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Carter praised Goldberg
as an author of Security
Council Resolution 242
which "is now ... the un-
shakable basis for ultimate
agreement in the Middle
East." He also hailed
Goldberg's dedication to
human and civil rights as a
Supreme Court justice and
as chairman of the U.S. de-
legation to the Belgrade
Conference last spring on
the results of the Helsinki
Final Act.
The President did not re-
peat his recent sharp criti-
cism of the Soviet treatment
of dissidents. But he re-
marked that Goldberg es-
tablished the principle that
there is, indeed, an interna-
tional accountability for
compliance for human
rights commitments made
at Helsinki."

Holiday Booklet
Available Free

LAWRENCE, N.Y. —
"The Tisha b'Av Home
Reader" has been prepared
and is offered free by Cong.
Ko1 Yisroel Chaverim and
its community service arm,
the Jewish Community In-
formation Council.
The announcement, made
by Rabbi Rubin R. Dobin,
explains that the folder-
leaflet is being made ready
for distribution in time for
the Ninth of Av observance
which occurs this year on
Aug. 13.
All requests must be ac-
companied by a stamped,
self-addressed envelope and
addressed to: Rabbi Rubin
R. Dobin, Home Reader,
POB 11, Lawrence, New
York 11559.
Tisha b'Av is a fast day
marking the destruction of
the First Temple in
Jerusalem by the Babylo-
nians in the year 586 BCE,
and the destruction of the
Second Temple by the Ro-
mans in 70CE. The ninth of
Av falls on the Sabbath this
year, but is observed on
Sunday.

African Clerics
Study in Israel

JERUSALEM (JTA) — A
special nine-week study
program for African clerics
and church leaders is pre-
sently being conducted in
Jerusalem.
The seminar, organized
by the Israel Interfaith
Committee and co-
sponsored by the_ Martin
Buber Center of the Hebrew
University and the Foreign
Minister's Department for
International Cooperation,
allows the participants to
study the Bible in its geog- -
raphical, archeological, lin-
guistic and historical con-
text.
Simultaneously, it intro-
duces them to the social and
historical problems of con-
temporary Judaism and Is-
rael, _with respect to
Christian-Jewish relations.
French-language
The
seminar includes 20 par-
ticipants from seven coun-
tries.

More Germans Believe Israel
Can Survive Arab Opposition

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of Germans who believe Is- The 1978 sympathy is not
rael can successfully defend far from levels recorded in
THE SOLID CHOICE FOR
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CIRCUIT COURTJUDGE
the Arabs was shown by an and 1971 (46 percent and 43
opinion poll conducted by percent pro-Israel respec-
one of West Germany's lead- tively). Public support for
ing pollsters, the Al- the Arab cause has re-
lensbach Institute. mained virtually un-
Based on questions to changed at only seven per-
2,000 adults in April, 1978, cent.
There was little change in
the survey found that 40
percent supported the thesis the numbers of those who
that Israel could survive supported neither side in
Arab opposition, compared the Mideast conflict (33 per-
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