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August 31, 1979 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-08-31

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Friday, August 31, 1919

Hope deferred maketh
the heart sick; but desire
fulfilled is a tree of life.

Quebec Invites
Mrs. Tannenbaum Re-Elected Israel Embassy
Shift Topic of
Saudi Official
Hadassah National President Canadian Leader to Plant Opening

CHICAGO — Bernice
Tannenbaum was re-
elected to her fourth and
final one-year term as
president of Hadassah at
the women's Zionist organ-
ization's convention in
Chicago.
At the convention,
Hadassah announced a
$450,000 grant to establish
a Youth Aliya Pedagogical
Center, with 25 satellites
localed throughout Israel,
to assist educators of disad-
vantaged adolescents.
Mrs. Tannenbaum said
that Hadassah will con-
duct an intensive cam-
paign in the U.S. to "re-
ach young women,
whether single or mar-

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YOUNG ISRAEL OF OAK-WOODS

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Sunday 10:00 A.M.-12 Noon
Monday-Thursday 6:30 P.M.-8:30 P.M.

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ried, and to get more
youngsters" in the youth
education program.
The delegates endorsed
the proposed equal rights
amendment to the Con-
stitution -and urged a na-
tional energy program.

ADL Seeks Probe
of Bombings
of Black Homes

NEW YORK — The
Anti-Defamation League of
Bnai Brith urged the New
York attorney general to
investigate the firebombing
of two black-owned homes
in Queens and a cross-
burning in Valley Stream,
L.I., to determine whether
organized hate groups such
as the Ku Klux Klan were
responsible.
Avron I. Brog, chairman
of the ADL's New York
regional board, called for
immediate action. He em-
phasized ADL's "deep con-
cern" over the "violations of
individual civil rights" and
said that the_ADL awaits
the action of the attorney
general's office.

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Jewish Holidays
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MONTREAL (JTA) —
Robert Stanfield, who was
appointed by Prime Minis-
ter Joe Clark to hold wide-
ranging talks on Canadian
policy following strong
Arab opposition to his gov-
ernment's declared plan to
shift Canada's Embassy
from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem,
will begin a tour of Middle
East countries by mid-
September to discuss this
issue, it was announced in
Ottawa.
The appointment of Stan-
field, the former leader of
the Progressive Conserva-
tive Party, was expected to
delay any moves to imple-
ment or reconsider the con-
troverisal policy until the
middle of next year. It was
affirmed in Ottawa political
circles that before the end of
this month the Inner
Cabinet of the Prime Minis-
ter will meet in Jasper, Al-
berta and that the question
of moving the Canadian
Embassy to Jerusalem will
surface again.
A number of ministers
say that they remain com-
mitted to the implementa-
tion of the Progressive Con-
servative electoral platform
pledge to mvoe the Embassy
to Israel's capital.

Kahane Jailed

MONTREAL (JTA) —
Sheikh Ahmed Yamani,
Saudi Arabia's Oil and
Mineral Resources Minis-
ter, is being invited by the
Quebec government to the
grand opening of the James
Bay hydro-electric project
scheduled for Oct. 27.
The
invitations
to
Yamani and the represen-
tatives of other oil-rich na-
tions are part of a campaign
to sell Quebec's knowhow
and technology through
Hydro-Quebec Interna-
tional, a subsidiary of the
government-owned utility.

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Cong. Shaarey Shomayim

announces that

HIGH
HOLIDAY
SERVICES

Will be held at
Pepper School
Dartmbuth at Church

(1 blk S. of Ten Mile) Oak Park

Cantor M.H. Goldenberg

Assisted by Rev. P. Braunstein
and Motel Weiss
Will Officiate -
Traditional Liturgy

1

- Rabbi Dr. Leo Y. Goldman will deliver the sermons
For Resent. call the office LI 7-8555 or LI 2-4444
or members of the ticket committee:
Sam Kreisman 399-4693,
Jenoe Roth 541-9139
Max Young 961-3272
M. Weiss 399-5388

Traditional Hebrew English Prayer Book Available

Our Daily services and classes throughout the year are held

every morning and evening at 15119 West 10 Mile. Oak Park

CONGREGATION B NAI DAVID

MEIR KAHANE

JERUSALEM — Jewish
Defense League founder
Meir Kahane was jailed for
three months by an Israeli
military court in Ramallah
Tuesday, and given a
further nine month sus-
pended sentence that can be
implemented for the next
three years.
Kahane was convicted of
violating an order of the
military government for-
bidding him from entering
the town of Hebron (in light
of provocative statements
and actions he had under-
taken in Arab cities in the
past).
The military judge said in
his ruling that Kahane was
a man who believed in what
he did and was proud of it;
and therefore no monetary
fine would be sufficient to
deter him.

But the
U.S.-born
Kahane, who lives in the
Jewish settlement of Kiryat
Arba, near Hebron, with his
family was undeterred by
the jail term. "I will sit, and
I will go free, and I will re-
turn to Hebron," Kahane
pledged.

invites inquiries
concerning membership

We are a family-oriented congregation located in
Southfield. We are committed to traditional
Judaism suited to American suburban life of the
20th Century.

• A few family memberships are currently
available.

• Special reduced rates are extended to
young married couples.

• We offer a dynamic youth program for
children 4-14

We welcome anyone who wishes to visit our Sab-
bath services . . . and bring your children.

Shabbat Services

Saturday 8:30 A.M.

24350 Southfield Road

557-8210

Alan R. Weiner
President

Morton F. Yolkut
Rabbi

Hyman J. Adler
Cantor

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