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November 14, 1980 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-11-14

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12 Friday, November 14, 1980

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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(Continued from Page 1) troiters: Samuel Lerner,
the Jewish Agency for Is- executive director of the
TIRMOANTEG
rael. The session took place Jewish Family Service, dis-
ESKI
CALYLOTCRAFNI7TEEGO
when this issue was on the cussed "Families at Mid-
press and therefore cannot Life and Retirement"
be fully reported in this is- Thursday morning; Robert
A. Steinberg chaired "Col-
sue.
"WE PUT THE ACCENT ON WINDOWS"
Michigan Governor laborative Efforts Between
William Milliken extended Synagogues and Federation
PRESCRIPTION OPTICAL CO.
the state's greetings to the Agencies in Serving Jewish
delegates at the Thursday Families" on Thursday af-
PHIL ELLIS INVITES YOU
ternoon; and Lawrence S.
evening session.
TO INSPECT OUR LARGE SELECTION
Martin E. Citrin, Jackier, national chairman
chairman of the Jewish of the Young Leadership
OF EYE FASHIONS
Welfare Federation of Cabinet of the United
SILHOUETTE, AVANT GARDE,
Detroit's Executive Jewish Appeal, chaired
Committee, will chair the "Leadership Development
ANTHONY MARTIN & MORE
Saturday evening ple- Model Program Work-
PHIL
shops" this morning.
ELLIS
nary session.
Also today, Byron B. Ger-
Workshops on issues of
Tues.-Fri. 9:30-6
26001 COOLIDGE HWY.
concern to the Jewish com- son and Norman Wachler,
Thurs. Evening 7-9 p.m.
543-3343
OAK PARK, MICH.'
munities of America in- members of the Federation
Sat. 9:30-5
101/2 Mile
volve a number of De- Community Services Di-
4 VOSED SUNDAY & MONDAY
vision, will comprise a panel
on The Growing Concern
for the Jewish Handi-
capped."
Shelly Jackier will relate
the Detroit community ex-
perience in "Strengthening
Links Between the North
Since 1949, the United States has given in excess of
American Jewish Commu-
nity and Israel" on Satur-
$800 million for Arab refugee camps under the United
day.
Nations agency UNRWA. Apart from the dubious eligi-
Michigan college youth
and faculty will be well
bility of a large proportion of those on the relief rolls — a
represented at various
far greater question is the function of those camps. It is
sessions. On Wednesday
morning, Sharon Staller
just a pretense that the camps exist for the needy.
of Wayne State Univer-
The camps are the acknowledged hearquarters of
sity led an orientation
session for young dele-
the PLO and the training-centers for terrorism.
gates and faculty.
UNRWA reports that 59 percent of its 1980 budget is for
Pamela Lippett of the
University of Michigan
education. The education, as we know from actual
was a resource person for
documents and many_ texts, is slated to creating and
a workshop on "Families
With College Youth."
nurturing a Palestinian identity and indoctrinating the
Alan Havis of Michigan
youth with a patriotic hate of Zionism and Israel. Besides
State University was a con-
sultant for a workshop on
its virulent anti-Jewish slant, there is another aspect of
"Combatting Apathy" on
camp "education" which is inexcusable. The sup-
campus; Jerrold D. Green of
U-M was a panelist on
posedly pitiful refugee camps are full-fledged mili-
"Revolutionary Changes in
tary training centers for children and youth. Drills
the Islamic World." Today,
Rabbi Daniel Allan of
and war exercises form the core curriculum. The
Michigan State's Hillel
camps are not only recruiting and training centers,
Foundation will lead an in-
formal discussion on "Arab
but the points from which the terrorist attacks into
Propaganda on the Cam-
pus." Michael Brooks of
Israel are frequently launched. The camps also serve
U-M Hillel will serve as
as training centers for assorted members of terrorist
scholar for a Judaic teach-in
Saturday morning on
international. Various alumni of the PLO-UN-camp
"Latkes and Hamantashen:
schools from the Bader-Meinoff Gang, the Japanese
Universalism and Jewish
Particularism."
Red Army, the Italian Red Brigade and even the IRA
Local rabbis and cantors
have testified as to the connection and have provided
will participate in the GA.
Rabbi Irwin Groner of Cong.
the world demonstrations of their murderous expertise.
Shaarey Zedek will be the
America, as the chief contributor, has indirectly be-'
scholar and Cantor Harold
Orbach of Temple Israel
come a partner in support of a network of PLO
will join in the Community
bases.
Shabat Dinner Friday eve-
ning, chaired by Esther
Jones and Melba Winer.
condensed from an article in MIDSTREAM — March 1980 by MARIE SYRKIN
Cantor Chaim Najman of
Shaarey Zedek will also
participate.
Also this evening, Rabbi
Efry
Spectre of Adat
Speak up! Write! American taxpayers should not be supporting the
Shalom Synagogue will be
training of terrorists and the maintaining of the military strongholds of the
scholar for the Young Lead-
PLO! Send ZOA copies.
ership Shabat Dinner,
chaired by Linda Lee with
Edward and Fran Gold and
Steven Morris. A closing re-
ception for young leader-
ship, hosted by the local
IRVING LAKER, vice president, membership
SIDNEY SILVERMAN, PRESIDENT
leadership development
committee, will be chaired
Zionist Organization of America — Detroit District
by Bruce Etkin and Julie
Grant Rosen.
18451 West 10 Mile Road, Southfield, Michigan 48075
A Judaica teach-in
prior to the traditional
Phone (313) 569-1515
services Saturday morn-
ing will be led by Rabbi

559-8209 .

HURTIG WINDOW INTERIORS

It is intolerable • „

OUR TAXES SUPPORT PLO TERRORISTS

James I. Gordon of
Young Israel of Oak
Woods.
CJF Women's Division
sessions also involve many
Detroiters, including na-
tional vice chairman Caro-
lyn Greenberg and Division
Executive Committee
members Shelby Tauber
and Dulcie Rosenfeld. A
special women's achieve-
ment award was presented
to Jennie Jones, a former
local Women's Division
president, at the national
cabinet meeting. Edythe
Jackier and Frieda
Stollman also are on the na-
tional executive committee.
One of the community
anniversaries observed on
Thursday evening was
Grand Rapids' 50th, with its
leadership taking part in
the observance. Detroit's
adjacent communities, in-
cluding Ann Arbor, Flint,
Toledo and Windsor, have
played an important role in
preparations for the Gen-
eral Assembly.
Alfred Gruber, executive
vice president of Brand,
Gruber and Co., and Mort
Zieve, chairman of the
board, Simons Michaelson
Zieve, Inc., will form a panel
on public relations at a Fri-
day morning workshop for
laymen and public relations
professionals.
Aid Kushner's replicas
of historic Jewish houses
of worship comprise a
special exhibit near the
hotel reception lobby.
The models include Tem-
ple Beth El of Detroit and
Temple Beth El of
Traverse City, as well as
synagogues throughout
the world.
On Saturday evening,

JENNIE JONES
Michigan's junior senator,
Democrat Carl Levin, will
participate in a panel with
Senator Rudy Boschwitz
(R-Minn.) on the "Implica-
tions of the Results of the
U.S. Elections."
Chairman of the Detroit
Host Committee for the GA
is Dulcie Rosenfeld, with
Tillie Brandwine and Bar-
bara Marcuse co-chairmen,
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