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January 26, 1979 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-01-26

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JWB Library
Goes to Yeshiva

NEW YORK — Yeshiva
University's Wurzweiler
School of Social Work has
recently been given - the
entire library of the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare
Board.
Close to 3,000 volumes
and periodicals dealing
with social work practice
and administration have
been donated to the
Landowne-Bloom Library
in the University's Brook-
dale Center.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Carter Re-Affirms Commitment to Israel

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
President Carter Tuesday
night re-affirmed "firm
commitment to Israel's sur-
vival and security" and
vowed to use America's
influence to establish an
Egyptian-Israeli peace.
In a brief passage on the
Middle East in his State of
the Union address to a joint
session of Congress, Carter
spoke of building a "new
foundation' for America
and the world "sb that all of
us may live our lives in
peace." However, he gave no
new clues on policy toward
Israel.
"In the Middle East —
under most difficult circum-
stances — we have sought to
help ancient enemies lay
aside deep-seated dif-
ferences that have produced
four bitter wars in this cen-
tury," the president said.
"Our firm commitment to
' Israel's survival and secu-
rity is rooted in our deep
convictions and in our
knowledge of the strategic
importance to our nation of
a stable Middle East. To
promote peace and recon-
ciliation in the region, we
must retain the trust and
confidence both of Israel
and of the Arab nations that
are sincerely searching for
peace."
Continuing,
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stated: "I am determined to
use the full beneficial influ-
ence of our nation so that
the precious opportunity for
lasting peace between Is-
rael and Egypt will not be
lost."
The President followed
this passage by saying, "The
new foundation of interna-
tional cooperation we seek
excludes no nation. Cooper-
ation with the. Soviet Union
serves the cause of peace,.for
in the nuclear age world
peace must include peace
between the superpowers —

Interfaith Units
Will Gather
at Judaic Center

and it must mean the con-
trol of nuclear arms."
Before Carter went to the
Capitol to deliver his ad-
dress, a senior White House
official who briefed report-
ers about it did not elabo-
rate on the Middle East sec-
tion. He said in response to a
question on the possibility
of a Camp David-style
summit that such a summit
was not excluded but that it
was not an immediate op-
tion. .
He said that 'once U.S.
Special Envoy Alfred
Atherton completes his cur-
rent mission to Israel and
Egypt, Secretary of State
Cyrus Vance may meet with
Egyptian Premier Mus-
tapha Khalil and Israeli
Foreign Atli/lister Moshe
Dayan. But the official
would not go beyond that.

DENVER (JTA) — A
$50,700 grant to fund
ecumenic seminars to be
conducted by the Denver
University's Judaic studies
Last week, President
center has been made to the Carter told NBC-TV's
university by the Phillips John Chancellor that a
Foundation of Minneapolis. Sadat-Begin summit
Thomas Cook, foundation might be necessary be-
director, said the grant will fore a peace treaty can be
be distributed over a three- concluded.
year period.
Carter said that 99 per-
Three leading academic cent of the issues have been
exponents of the various solved, but the remaining
faiths will present papers at issues are political.
each seminar, comparing
He added that there were
their perspectives on pre- two reasons alreaty was not
selected religious themes, completed in the three
he said. The seminars will months immediately after
be videotaped for use by the Camp David summit de-
other audiences.
spite the optimism voiced at
The first seminar series the end of Camp David.
during the 1979-80 aca-
He said one was that the
demic year will explore the positions of both sides were
general topic of understand- now voiced in public by each
ing scriptures, Rabbi side making it difficult for
Wagner said. The 1980-81 them to change their posi-
seminars will compare tions. - The second, he said,
theologies and' the third was that both Begin and
year will analyze religion in Sadat had to make conces-
America.
sions to some of their politi-

.

cal allies and friends who
felt they had gone too far at
Camp David.
Newsweek magazine re-
ported that Israeli Foreign
Minister Moshe Dayan was
trying to arrange a summit
that would not include Car-
ter because the Israelis be-
lieve that Carter too fre-
quently sides with Egypt.

Friday, January 26, 1979 19

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