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September 14, 1979 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-09-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Strauss Met West Bank Leader
in Washington Before M.E. Trip

My Mother
always taught
le to . . .


uress warmly, eat the right
foods, pick good
company, work hard, be
fair with my customers,
always give them extra
value for their money ..
"I always follow her
advice. That's why I'm the
country's top Cadillac
salesman.
'Thank volt, Mother!' "

AL KLINE
Call me 0,-

DALGLEISH
CADILLAC

6160 Cass Ave.
Detroit 48202

(313) 875-0300

"Michigan's Largest
Cadillac Dealer"

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Robert Strauss, President
Carter's special ambassador
to the Middle East, dis-
closed last Friday that he
met in Washington with a
prominent West Bank
Palestinian last week for
more than an hour.
- Speaking to reporters
prior to his departure for the
Middle East, Strauss at first
would say only that he had
visited with a "distin-
guished West Bank Pales-
tinian" and that "I won't
give you his name." But he
relented and identified the
-Palestinian as Al Masri,
chairman of the board of
trustees of An Najal Uni-
versity in Nablus. After
identifying Masri, Strauss
said, amid laughter, "I trust
he won't mind. We will soon
find out."
Masri is in the United
States for about a month,
with his first stop in Wash-
ington. His itinerary was
arranged by the Interna-
tional Communication
Agency, the successor to the
U.S. Information Agency,
and the State Department,
under their international
visitors program.

AN AFTERNOON WITH

SISTER ROSE THERING

"Perspectives on Israel"

• Israeli Singing — Janet Pont
and Geri Levit
• Israeli Folkdancing — Uri Segal.
and Rachel Jacobs

SUNDAY, SEPT. 16 3 P.M.
Jewish Community Center

6600 W. Maple Rd., W. Bloomfield

•Open to Public
No Charge
Sponsored by: ISRAEL INFORMATION and RESOURCE CENTER
,DETROIT ROUND TABLE of CHRISTIANS and JEWS .

Other West Bank and
Gaza Strip residents, in-
cluding mayors, have
come to the U.S. under
this program. Masri was
nominated by the U.S.
Consulate General in
Jerusalem and accom-
panied by the president.
of the university, Kayad
Abdul Haq.
The State Department
told the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency that Masri is a
former speaker of the Jor-
danian Parliament but that

he has no strictly political
role at the moment."
Masri lunched with
Assistant Secretary of State
Harold Saunders, met with
National Security Adviser
Zbigniew Brzezinski and
Undersecretary of State for
Political Affairs David
Newsom, in addition to
Strauss.
Masri was described by •
the State Department as a
moderate and not a member
of the Palestine Liberation
Organization.

UAHC Set for Boat People

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Jewish social service agen-
cies and synagogues will
cooperate in the nationwide
program undertaken by the
Union of American Hebrew
Congregations (UAHC) to
resettle 1,800 boat people
and other Indochinese refu-
gees.
New techniques will be
used by UAHC,organiza-
tion leaders disclosed as dis-
tinguished from the Ameri-
can Jewish communal ef-
forts towards resettling
Soviet, Iranian and Syrian
Jews in recent years.
Rabbi Irwin Herman, of
Los Angeles, director of the
UAHC's Pacific Southwest
Council, emphasized that
UAHC will not permit a
family under its sponsor-
ship to go on public welfare.
"We will support them until
they are able to support
themselves," he said.
While a six-month
period is considered the
time usually required to
resettle a family, experi-
ence has shown that a
refugee family becomes
totally independent in
three months or less,
Herman said.
UAHC,representing 735
Reform Jewish congrega-
tions has accepted responsi-
bility : for the 1,800 boat

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Starting Over"

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on

\ ■ ________

.THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 4 1919 at 8:00 P.M.
at the Northland Theatres I and II

J.L. Hudson Drive

YOUNG ISRAEL OF SOUTHFIELD

is pleased to announce
That Seats Are Available For

HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES

IN THE
NEW SYNAGOGUE BUILDING

27705 Lahser Rd. (bet. 11 & 12 Mile Rds.)

people as part of the 6,000
refugees that the Hebrew
Immigrant Aid Society
(HIAS) has undertaken to
resettle.

For Reservations Call

The righteous eateth to
the satisfying of his desire;
but the belly of the wicked
shall want.

Evenings

355=1090



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Men's Club

Friday, September 14, 1919 45

UNIQUE BLEND OF TRADITIONAL, CHASSIDIC,
CANTORIAL, AND MODERN ISRAELI STYLE
WITH POPULAR AMERICAN SOUND.

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1919 1:45

PM

Congregation B'n'ai Moshe
14930 W. Ten Mile Rd.
Oak Park

Southfield, Michigan

Patrons and sponsors will be listed in the Program and are
invited to attend the Afterglow at

ADAT SHALOM SYNAGOGUE

I

29901 Middlebelt Road, Farmington Hills, Michigan

Donor $10.00 ,y, Patron $25.00

Sponsor $50.00

For ticket information call:

Sharon Cornfield
661-1940

Inez Silverstein
661-1046

Synagogue
851-5100

DONATION: $10-7.50-5

STUDENTS: $2.50

FOR INFORMATION CALL

548-9000

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