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April 25, 1980 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-04-25

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Friday, April 25, 1980 45

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

WSU Hillel Students Gather

The Bnai Brith Hillel
Foundation affiliate on the
Wayne State University
campus will have a
"People's Choice Night" 8
p.m. Saturday at the Hillel
House, 14400 W. 10 Mile,
Oak Park. For information,
call the Hillel office, 557-
3459.
Campaigning for the
WSU Hillel student board
election will begin Monday.
"The World of Sholem
Aleichem," by Arnold
Perl, will be presented
3:30 p.m. Thursday in the
studio theater on cam-
pus. For tickets and in-
formation, call the Hillel
office.

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Esther Meisel, a de-
veloper, of the New York
Curriculum on the
Holocaust, will speak on
"Teaching the Holocaust"
12:30 p.m. May 2 in the
fourth floor faculty dining
room annex in the Student
Center Building, sponsored
by the Center for Peace and
Conflict Studies and the De-
troit Council for World Af-
fairs. For information, call
the Center for Peace and
Conflict Studies, 557-3453.

Cars Permitted
Across Border

TEL AVIV (JTA) -- The
land border between Israel
and Egypt was officially
opened to private vehicles
April 15 but as of noon not a
single car made the cross-
ing in Sinai.
Private cars will be per-
mitted into Egypt provided
that the driver has a valid
license and an Egyptian in-
surance certificate and that
the driver and all
passengers have valid
Egyptian visas. The same
rules apply in the opposite
direction.

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Pressure on Emigres Scored

Editor, The Jewish News:
The use of a Soviet visa
given for Israel, as a transit
document for proceeding to
this country, is, indeed, a
matter of concern. However,
it is an internal Jewish
problem.
To intervene with the
present occupant of the
White House whose indif-
ference to vital Jewish
interests cannot be over-
looked, to the end that Rus-
sian Jews should be dis-
criminated against in the
application of the law to ac-
cept refugees in the United
States, may well find a will-
ing ear, and this would
amount to nothing more nor
less than to being informers
against our own people by
our spokesmen.
Still, credit has to be
given to President Carter
for joining in the Jewish
demand of the Soviets "to let
my people go," and by con-
crete action allowing our

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dean of the Wayne State
University School of
Medicine, effective June 1.
Dr. Weiner, who is cur-
rently deputy dean; has
been a member of the WSU
medical faculty since 1951.
He succeeds Robert Coye
who announced his resigna-
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were honored at a family
dinner at Carl's Chop House
recently on the occasion of
their 60th wedding an-
niversary.
The couple were honored
by their children: Mr. and
Mrs. Norman (Caroline)
Peck and Mr. and Mrs.
Maurice (Sylvia) Collins.
The couple's grandchildren
and sister and sister-in-law,
Mrs. Clara York and Mrs.
Jessie Shapero, also were on
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Following the dinner,
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family and friends at the
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new settlement of the Boy
Scout movement was inau-
gurated in the central
Negev recently, between
the old settlements of
Mashabei-Sadeh and
Sdeh-Boker.

tion of Jews, who lived in
the eastern European ghet-
toes, is not their fault. They
have to be drawn into our
spiritual and national heri-
tage with sympathy and pa-
tience, not with discipline.
M. Manuel Merzon

Russian brethren to enter
and become integrated in
the U.S., economically and
otherwise, and this at a time
when unemployment here
presehts a serious question.
Arye Dulzin, then,
would have the Adminis-
tration reverse this pol-
icy, by urging that be-
cause Soviet Jews, under
the Law of Return, are
able to secure immediate
Israeli citizenship, they
do not qualify as refugees
under American law. It is
submitted that such at-
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