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September 18, 1981 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-09-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

EEC Ministers to Mark Time

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10-nation European Eco-
nomic Community (EEC)
have decided to mark time
over their Middle East in-
itiative.
Despite earlier intentions
to proceed energetically
with their peace moves, an
informal gathering under
the chairmanships of Brit-
ain's Lord Carrington failed
to come up with anything
new.
The Middle East was one
of a number of topics dis-
cussed in informal open air
talks at Brocket Hall, a top
security conference center
20 miles north of London,
earlier this month.
Afghanistan was the
other main international
queStion under review,
including the sharp re-
buff which the Soviet
Union gave to Car-
rington's proposals three
months ago.
After the conference, a

Oakland Classes
on Management

Oakland University's
Division of Continuing
Education is offering a
series of short evening
courses called "A New Look
in Managerial Develop-
ment."
The courses meet one
evening each week begin-
ning next week and con-
tinue for six weeks.
They will cover such sub-
jects as, Managing High
Technology Employees, The
Pros and Cons of Engineer-
ing Management, Business
Writing, Listening Isn't
Easy, Productivity and
Quality: Updating Today's
Executive, Managing and
Living with Mergers and
Acquisitions, Quality and
the Steelcollar Worker,
Selection of Employees, and
Office Automation Can Im-
prove Your Productivity
A Look at New Computer
Technologies."
For information, call
Oakland University, 377-
3120.

Piano Classes
Set in Southfield

The Keyboard Arts Asso-
ciation will have an intro-
ductory meeting 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday in the South-
field Parks and Recreation
Building for persons of all
ages interested in taking its
group piano instruction
classes.
Classes begin Oct. 12 in
the Southfield Parks and
Recreation Building.
For information, call
Helen Gale, 354-4717; or
after 4 p.m., Zelda Keil,
557-0266.

Wine to Speak

The Center for New
Thinking will present a talk
by director Rabbi Sherwin
Wine 10 a.m. Thursday in
the Baldwin Library, Bir-
mingham.
Rabbi Wine will speak on
"Joseph Epstein — Author
of 'Ambition.' " There is a
charge.

ters had "affirmed their
readiness to play a con-
structive part in the search
for a Middle East settle-
ment. - They had also "noted
with interest the construc-
tive statement" by Saudi
Arabia's Crown Prince
Fand. The Saudi statement,
suggesting mutual Israel
and Palestinian recogni-
tion, had much in common
with the EEC's Venice dec-
laration a year ago.
The British spokesman
refused to comment on the
recent meeting between
French Foreign Minister
Claude Cheysson and
Palestine Liberation
Organization leader Yasir
Arafat. He added that there
were no plans yet for Car-
rington, the current EEC
president, to tour the Mid-
dle East or meet Arafat.
Such a meeting could only
be held when it might ad-
vance the cause of peace.
The spokesman also
said that EEC did not
wish to cut across the dip-
lomatic efforts of the
United States, adding
that they hoped that the
Reagan Administration's
Middle East policy would
be clearer in time for the
next General Assembly of
the United Nations which
convenes this month.
He added that European
Foreign Ministries were
still considering drafting a
supplement to UN Security
Council Resolution 242 in
order to give greater em-
phasis to the political rights
of the Palestinians. That
resolution refers only to
"achieving a just settlement
of the refugee problem."

Divorce Seminar
for Adults, Kids

A series of six programs
on divorce, free and open to
the public, will be held from
Sept. 21 to Oct. 26, 1981,
sponsored by the Oakland
County Child Advocacy and
Family Service-Project.
Sessions will be at 7:15
p.m. Mondays at the First
United Methodist Church of
Birmingham, 1589 W.
Maple, Birmingham.
The Oakland County
Child Advocacy Project is
sponsored by the Oakland
County Probate Court and
the Junior League of Bir-
mingham.

Fashion Review
at the Hyatt

Rhodika Studio, 29201
Northwestern, Southfield,
will present a fashion re-
view at db's in the Hyatt
Regency, Dearborn, 8 p.m.
Thursday. It is called
Tuxedo Junction, black tie
optional.
Rhodika Studio will pro-
duce the show, which will
include fashions by Ray and
Ida, Kosin's Clothes and
Furs by Bricker.
There will be dancing and
an open bar.
For reservations, call
Rhodika, 357-1770.

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As everyone treads on lasts longer than metal, and
dust, so does every nation so shall Israel outlast the
tread on Israel; but dust others.

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