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July 04, 1980 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-07-04

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Friday, July 4, 1 ":I

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

FIRESTONE

Afflictions sent by provi-
dence melt the constancy of
the noble minded, but con-
firm the obduracy of the
vile, as the same furnace
that liquifies the gold, har-
dens the clay.

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Danzig Treasures to Be Displayed
in Nationwide Two-Year Exhibition

The riches of the Danzig
Jewish community, which
was subsequently destroyed
by the Nazis, were rescued
thanks to the vision and
foresight of the commu-
nity's leaders.
These treasures were
shipped to the Jewish

Princeton's

STEVEN KATZMAN
Son of
Barbara & Maury Katzman
Beth Achim
May 31st

BAR
MITZUA
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MICHAEL LYNN
Son of
Dr. & Mrs. Norman Lynn
Temple Beth El
June 14th

The Princeton Shop
outfits more than half
the Bar Mitzva boys in
town! Join this select
group.

SEE OUR LARGE
SELECTION FOR
SUMMER BAR MITZVAS

SCOTT SABIN
Son of
Dr. & Mrs. Mitchell Sabin
Shaarey Zedek
June 14th

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Son of
Jerry & Carole Maltzman
Shaarey Zedek
June 14th

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Son of
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Temple Kol Ami
June 20th

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Son of
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June 20th

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Museum of the Jewish
Theological Seminary.
They are now on ex-
hibition at the Jewish
Museum, 1109 Fifth Ave.,
New York City.
"Danzig 1930: Treasures
of a Destroyed Commu-
nity," the volume describ-
ing the historic collection,
co-published by Wayne
State University with the
Jewish Museum (reviewed
in The Jewish News in Ap-
ril) serves as the catalogue
and the history of the collec-
tion as well as of the Jewish
community.
The exhibition at the
Jewish Museum is drawing
tens of thousands. It will be
shown in a number of
American communities, as
follows:
The Jewish Museum,
New York (through Aug.
17); The Wichita Art
Museum, Wichita, Kan.
(Oct. 5-Nov. 16); Emory
University's Robert
Woodruff Library, At-
lanta (Dec. 16, 1980-Feb.
8, 1981); Spertus Museum
of Judaica, Chicago
(March 15-May 31, 1981);
Bnai Brith Klutznick
Museum, Washington,
D.C. (July 4-Aug. 30,
1981); HUC Skirball
Musetim, Los Angeles
(Sept. 27-Dec. 13, 1981);
University of Oregon
Museum of Art, Eugene,
Ore. (Jan. 10-March 7,
1982); The Harvard Semi-
tic Museum, Cambridge,
Mass. (April 5-June 20,
1982); Beth Hatefutsoth
(Museum of the Jewish
Diaspora), Tel Aviv, Is-
rael (August through Oc-
tober, 1982).
As part of the Danzig ex-
hibition, Dr. Joseph Gut-
mann, chairman of the de-
partment of art history at
Wayne State University,

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PHILADELPHIA (JTA)
— Rita Hauser, a member of
Ronald Reagan's foreign
policy advisory group, said
she believes that the Carter
Administration has muffed
the Camp David peace proc-
ess. She also characterizes
Premier Menahem Begin's
settlement policy "a disas-
ter."
Hauser, who has been
prominent in Republican
politics for a number of
years, expressed her views
in an interview with Al Er-
lick, associate editor of the

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The interior of the Great Synagogue of Danzig is
shown in a 1933 photograph.

German workmen are shown demolishing the
Great Synagogue of Danzig in 1939.

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Jewish Exponent of
Philadelphia last week. She
stressed that she was speak-
ing as an individual and not
as a representative of any
organization.
Chairman of the Foreign
Affairs Committee of the
American Jewish Commit-
tee and a member of its
board of governors, she was
in Philadelphia to address
an AJCommittee dinner.
She served as U.S.
representative to the
United Nations Human
Rights Commission dur-
ing the Nixon Adminis-
tration. In her present
capacity she assists in
formulating positions for
Reagan, the apparent
Republican Presidential
nominee, on such issues
as the UN, the Middle
East and human rights.
"Mrs. Hauser is con-
vinced that the 'foreign pol-
icy drift' on the part of the
U.S. is dangerous to the
state of Israel and to the
entire Western world," the
Exponent reported. "She
considers the Camp David
accords and the peace treaty
between Israel and Egypt as

the one area of success in
the Carter Administration's
foreign policy, but believes
that this achievement has
been dampened by an ina-
bility to follow it up.
"A consistent U.S. posi-
tion on such issues as the
Palestine Liberation
Organization might have
brought forward a more
moderate Palestinian
entity, she believes," the
Exponent said. "Instead of
clearly stating opposition to
the PLO until it changed its
covenant and terror tactics,
the U.S., according to Mrs.
Hauser, has sent conflicting
signals, convincing the
most extreme elements it
the Mideast that there is it
reason to change their posi-
tion."
The Exponent quote- .
Hauser as saying that "TI-1
current settlement policy
(of Israel) is a disaster. It is
provocative. You just can't
establish Jewish settle-
ments in places like Nablus
and Hebron. The sooner
Begin is replaced the better.
His policies are not accepted
by Israelis; they are
dangerous policies."

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