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September 14, 1979 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-09-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, September 14, 1919 31

U.S. Repudiates
Cuba Conference

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
The Carter Administration
on Tuesday "repudiated
entirely" the weekend dec-
laration in Havana of the
non-aligned nations that
equated Zionism with ra-
cism.
Department
State
spokesman Hodding Carter
voiced the repudiation in
response to a reporter's
question that his comment
Monday on the declaration
did not explicitly cover that
element. His original, cora-
:nent was that the U.S. "pro-
foundly disagreed" with
elements in the declaration
and he singled out the at-
tack on Egypt while saying
that the U.S. record indi-
cates how it stands on other
parts.
Carter also was asked
whether the statements
Sunday on national TV by
Palestine Liberation
Organization chief Yasir
Arafat, plus the declara-
tion's call for "the inalien-
able national rights of the
Palestinian people and the
liberation of all the occupied
Arab territories" do not
reassert the PLO's position
to dismantle the state of Is-
rael. Carter replied that the
U.S. position towards the
PLO has not changed.

Yiddish Grants
Are Available

CL?

NEW YORK - — The
Aaron and Sonia Fishman
Foundation for Yiddish
Culture* supports activities
and projects designed to
further knowledge, appre-
ciation and uge of Yiddish
language, literature and
folklore within the Jewish
community. Preference is
given to projects that per-
tain to students and young
adults. One-time grants
ranging from $100 to $500
(and more rarely to a
maximum of $1,000) are
made in November and
May.
Applications must be re-
ceived by Oct. 15 or April
15. No special forma are re-
quired but the application
should discuss purpose, ex-
pertise and evaluation
potential of the applicant.
Inquiries and applica-
tions should be addressed
to: Secretary, Fishman
Foundation, 3340 Bain-
bridge Ave., Bronx, N.Y.
10467.

o pool, no tenms,
no golf, no disco.
ill/hat kind of
place is this to
spe nd a holy ay?

After all, we've been housing holidays for centuries.
So what if we aren't Grossinger's,
we still have what it takes—Judaism.
A religion with chutzpah.
When you join a synagogue you can share with friends and family
all the aspects that make Judaism what it is.
There might even be some dancing. Join a synagogue today.
Your synagogue is the address of the Jewish people.
Our doors are open regardless of ability to pay.
For more information contact
The Synagogue Council of Greater Detroit.

,

The Synagogue
Council
of Greater Detroit

Sinai's Bonanza

JERUSALEM (ZINS)
The oil fields that were de-
veloped in the Sinai by Is-
rael are supplying her with
38,000 barrels of oil daily, or
23 percent of her needs.

Memorial Rites

The United Jewish Social
Club will hold a memorial
service noon Sunday at He-
brew Memorial Park (Ch-
esed Shel Emes Cemetery)
at the site of the group's
memorial stone.
Rabbi Leo Goldman and
Cantor Mendel Klein will
officiate. Families and
friends are invited.

ADAT SHALOM
29901 Middlebelt Road
Farmington. Mich. 48018
851.5100
Rabbi Efry Spectre

BETH ACHIM
21100 W. Twelve Mile Road
Southfield. Mich. 48076
352-8670
Rabbi Milton Arm
Rabbi Benjamin H. Gorrelick

BETH EL
7400 Telegraph Road
Birmingham. Mich. 48010
851.1100
Rabbi Richard C. Hertz
Rabbi Dannel I. Schwartz

DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE
1457 Griswold
Detroit. Mich. 48226
961.9328
Rabbi Noah M. Gamze

BETH ABRAHAM HILLEL MOSES
5075 W. Maple Road
W. Bloomfield, Mich. 48033
851.6880
Rabbi Israel I. Halpern
Rabbi A. Irving Schnipper

UNAI DAVID
24350 Southfield Road
Southfield, Mich. 48075
557-8210
Rabbi Morton F. Yolkut

BETH JACOB
79 Elizabeth Lake Road
Pontiac. Mich. 48053
1-332-3212
Rabbi Richard Weiss

EMANU-EL
14450 W. Ten Mile Road
Oak Park. Mich. 48237
967.4020
Rabbi Milton Rosenbaum
Rabbi Lane Steinger

13 . NAI MOSHE
14390 W. Ten Mile Road
Oak Park, Mich. 48237
548.9000
Rabbi Stanley M. Rosenbaum

ISRAEL
17400 , Manderson Road
Detroit, Mich. 48203
863.7769
Moving to
5725 Walnut Lake Rd.
Sept.. 1980
Rabbi M. Robert Syme
Rabbi Harold S. Loss
Rabbi Leon Fram

BETH SHALOM
14601 Lincoln Road
Oak Park. Mich. 48237
547-7970
Rabbi David A. Nelson

LIVONIA JEWISH CONGREGATION
31840 W. Seven Mile Road
Livonia. Mich. 48152
477.8974
Rabbi Martin D. Gordon,

SHAAREY ZEDEK
27375 Bell Road
Southfield. Mich. 48034
357-5544
Rabbi Irwin Groner
Rabbi Alan Lucas

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