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April 25, 1980 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-04-25

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Friday, April 25, 1980 21

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Detroit Rabbis Will Lead
Sessions at Rabbinic Parley

Rabbi David Nelson of
Cong. Beth Shalom and
Rabbi Efry Spectre of Adat
Shalom Synagogue will be
among the program leaders
at the 80th annual conven-
tion of the Rabbinical As-
sembly, the international
association of Conservative
rabbis, May 11-15 at the
Concord Hotel in Kiamesha
Lake, N.Y.
Rabbis Nelson and
Spectre will chair parallel
sessions on "Holistic

RABBI DAVID NELSON

RABBI EFRY SPECTRE

Medicine — the Role of the
Rabbi on the Health Scene"
and "A Congregation in
Transition." Theme of the
convention is "Practical As-
pects of the Rabbinate."
Other Detroit rabbis ex-
pected to attend the conven-
tion are: Stanley Rosen-
baum of Cong. Bnai Moshe;
Irwin Groner and Alan
Lucas, both of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek; and Max
Weine.

Tickets Available for Abzug
Talk to Adat Shalom Women

Harriet Dunsky, chair-
man of the annual Adat
Shalom Sisterhood Spring
Donor Day, announces that
tickets are still available for
the event that will be held
May 12 at the synagogue.
The day, which begins at
10 a.m. will feature a
variety of boutiques and
shops. Continental break-
fast will be available.
Luncheon will be served at
12:30, followed by guest
speaker Bella Abzug.
For reservations, call
Gloria Freedland, 626-
2414; Betsy Winkelman,
626-3826; or the synagogue
office, 851-5100.

HARRIET DUNSKY

Clothier Harry Thomas
and his wife, Lillian, will
celebrate their 50th wed-
ding anniversary at a
dinner given by their chil-
dren.
Their children are:
Leonard of Van Nuys,
Calif., and Mrs. Roy
(Eleanor) Glass and Mrs.
Michael (Sharon) Glass,
both of Los Angeles. The
senior Thomases have five
grandchildren.
Thomas began selling
MR. AND MRS.
clothes in the 1920s when
HARRY THOMAS
he worked for the original
Conn's Clothes. In 1935, he
Thomas takes pride in his
opened his own place in the mother, Rae (Rycha)
David Stott Building. In the Thomas, a resident of Fed-
1950s, he moved to the Ave- eration Apartments, who at
nue of Fashion, then located age 97 works part-time at
in the Livernois-Seven Mile the sheltered workshop
area. Today he is located at sponsored by the Jewisl-
10 Mile and Telegraph in Vocational Service.
Southfield.
Thomas was an early Carter Lauded
pioneer in the Young by Abba Eban
Judea movement in the
SPRINGFIELD, Mass.
1920s. He is a past (JTA) — Former Foreign
president of Harry B. Minister Abba Eban of Is-
Keidan Lodge of Bnai rael issued a veiled
Brith and is a member of endorsement of President
the Masons. He is active Carter last week when he
in efforts benefiting the stated that "a president that
Kenny Foundation for helped us achieve a peace
polio victims.
_ treaty that we never
Thomas married the achieved before and under
former Lillian Weinberg on whose regime we have re-
April 8, 1930.
ceived $10 billion worth of
aid, more than in all the
treaties of 26 years put to-
Proposal to Cut
gether, cannot be subject to
Knesset Factions any derogatory refererice by
JERUSALEM (ZINS) — an Israeli . . . This is in the
The ruling Likud coalition full tradition of the support
and the opposing Labor of every American
Alignment have agreed on a President from Truman to
measure that would prevent Carter."
parties with less than 2.5
Eban, who is visiting the
percent of the popular vote United States as a scholar-
from sitting in the Knesset.
in-residence at Princeton
If adopted by the Knesset, University's Institute for
the proposal would reduce Advanced Studies, ad-
to five the 13 parties cur- dressed a capacity crowd of
rently represented in the 1,250 at Temple Beth El
here.
Knesset.

Poll Says College-Educated
Show Israel More Sympathy

NEW YORK — College- that it was clear that
educated Americans are "Americans have come to
somewhat more sympathe- see Egypt as apart from
tic to Israel than is the gen- other Arab nations." More
eral public, and simultane- respondents, they said,
ously favor Egypt over other were symapthetic to Egypt,
Arab nations. Non-college with a resulting drop in the
graduates, who back Israel proportion sympathetic to
over Egypt to a lesser de- Israel. Nevertheless, they
gree, are also inclined to added, "Israel is still pre-
view Egypt in a better light ferred to any Arab nation —
in the case of Arab countries
than they do other Arabs.
These are among the con- other than Egypt, by a ratio
clusions of a national tele- of 8 to 1."
phone survey conducted re-
cently for the American
Jewish Committee by Yan-
kelovich, Skelly and White,
the public opinion pollsters,
and released by the AJ-
Committee last week.
The survey indicates that
the college-educated
Americans have been con-
siderably affected by
Egypt's effort toward peace:
"More than any other
group, and by 19 percent
more than the total popula-
tion, the college-educated
felt friendlier than before
toward Egypt."
In summing up their find-
ings, the pollsters stated
DAVID POLLACK

In rage deaf as the sea;
hasty as fire. ,
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Co-Chairman

Quakers Deplore Misgav Am Raid

Thomases Celebrate 50th

With Coupon

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communication sent by the
American Friends Service
Committee expressed a
sense of mourning for all
those killed as the result of
the raid.

PHILADELPHIA — A
Quaker organization has
cabled Yasir Arafat, chair-
man of the Palestine Liber-
ation Organization, deplor-
ing the Arab Liberation
Front raid on an Israeli
Kibutz nursery and calling
on him to honor past assur-
ances that raids across the
border from Lebanon would
not be carried out. The

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Operetta Set
at High School

By

SAM FIELD

The St. Bede Players will
present Gilbert and Sulli-
van's operetta, "Ruddi-
gore," 8 p.m. Thursday and
May 2 and 3 and 7 p.m. May -
4 at Southfield High School.
Tickets are available at
the door.

Call

399-1320

APPRAISALS

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Special of the Week

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baked fresh daily, under supervision of

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METROPOLITAN KASHRUTH
COUNCIL OF MICHIGAN

Available at every FARMER JACK supermarket in town
this special is valid between April 28 and May 3

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You are cordially invited to attend

THE 51st ANNIVERSARY DINNER

Sponsored By

THE COUNCIL OF ORTHODOX
RABBIS OF GREATER DETROIT

Wednesday, May 14, 1980 6 p.m.

JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER

W. Bloomfield, Mich.
For Reservations and Information Call 559-5005

DAVID HERMELIN
Co-Chairman

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