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September 25, 1981 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-09-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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NAAS! IINC ;*1 - C rs:

In Jewish places of worship the world over, the
stirring call of the ram's horn, the shofar, will
be heard symbolizing as it has for centuries the
observance of Rosh Hashanah. On this most solemn
occasion, Nancy and I express our warmest greetings
to the Jewish people and join with you in your
prayers for the New Year.

The High Holy Days are a time for introspection,
atonement, and renewal -- a time when those of the
Jewish Faith pause to reflect upon the year which
has passed and pray for the year which lies ahead.
We join with you in the spirit of this holiday, for
it is only by seeking the truth within our own hearts
and acknowledging the sacred purpose of - human life
that we may, in the words of your tradition, "be
inscribed and sealed in the book of life."

You have our every good wish that this new year,
::5742, will advance your cherished hopes that human
understanding and peace take thsplaceJ)ftsrrorism
and violence, that the needs ot; the hUditY- and the
poor be satisfied meaningfully:cAhroughOOtthe world,
and that there be progress tos4tAithe prophetic ideal
that "nation shall not lift Up5Sword against nation,
neither shall they learn war anymore." •

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.11 The man who looks for
'realsy work always goes to
bed tired.

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Jerusalem Summer Activities
Include Arts and . Crafts Fair

By JAMES LEWIN

Gottfried, and a group of
balladeers known as the
A summer festival at- Foxy Devils.
mosphere prevailed in the
Stalls were run by
green hollows of the valley kibutzhiks from near and
below Jaffa Gate where the far, new - immigrants
annual show of the best bringing their skills and
local handicrafts gave over- displaying their wares,
flow crowds more than their and a number of Arab ar-
money's worth in bargains tisans. Unqualifited pro-
while a variety of musical fessional excellence of all
groups kept the masses in products was guaranteed
good spirits.
by the' selection commit-
About 100,000 visitors tee Which reviewed each
inspected the wares of 150 applicant to the show, re-
artisans in this year's jecting some 50 percent of
biggest ever demonstration applicants.
The standard of the work
that good things can come in
was exemplified by the ex-
small packages.
quisite bone necklaces,
Such as hand-fashioned
usually.exported to the chic
jewelry, velvet Bedouin-
boutiques of Paris and
style dresses, lace •table Amsterdam, offered at bar-
cloths, ceramic dishes, em-
gain rates to the local cus-
broidered pillows, cups and
tomers of the Jerusalem ex-
candle stands, leather
travaganza.
purses, rugs and rings and.
:Some:Critics say that the
beads as well as paintings;
fain
vhatlid change its em-
sculptures, hand painted . , phasis
for otherwise it may
plates, brass dishes, flutes,'
..lose.,seme. of its flair and
leather coats linedowith
originality. Be this as it
sheep's wool and charming'
may,
t hiS year the location
postcards and cute posters.
was perfect.
Among the melodic inter- • :With' the new Sultan's
ludes also featured, styles
Pool - Theater in the back-
varied from jazz to Hasidic
ground providing a stage for
tunes and to English drink-
the, musical, entertainers,
ing songs. One evening, the the merry visitors milled
star was none other than through' the labyrinth of
the Singing Rebbe Shlomo shops and stalls under the
Carlebach himself and his
stars` and the illuminated
band of faithful followers. " Old city walls. This is the
_The. PrOgraM also „included. iortiof. 'Jerusalem scene .to
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Israel Criticized at IAEC, UN;
Nuclear Fuel Embargo Reported

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Prof.
rael's atomic research reac-
come before the General As-
Uzzi Hem, head of Israel's tor at Nahal Sorek south of sembly when a group of nu-
Atomic Energy Commis- Tel Aviv.
clear experts present a
sion, told Israel Radio in a
For the past three years
document on Israel's nu-
telephone interview from - the United States has also
clear ability and its alleged
Vienna this week that the joined the boycott, since
nuclear cooperation with
political consequences of a a ban was imposed by
South Africa, Blum said.
move to oust Israel from the former President Jimmy
He noted that this
International Atomic Carter, in an apparent ef-
amounts to singling Israel
Energy Commission (IAEC) fort to get Israel to sign
out inasmuch as no other
would be more serious than
the international treaty
country rumored to have a
being barred from profes- on nuclear non-
nuclear potential has been
sional and technical infor- proliferation.
accorded similar treatment.
mation exchange ar-
The French, according to
WHY RUN AROUND TOWN?
rangements.
Israel TV, refused to return
SAVE TIME 8 MONEY: SEE 1:CO
Ilem heads the Israeli to Israel an atomic fuel rod
delegation to the talks
sent to France for repairs
where Iraq is trying to some time ago. The televi-
stall.
gather a two-thirds major- sion report, described as the
ity to bar Israel.
first disclosure of the ban,
TO 8
Israel television has dis- said that the Nahal Sorek
LOOK TOM GUST—SIZES 4 TO 44
closed that the interna- reactor had sufficient fuel
• TODAY Thru SAT_ — 10APA To 5:30 •
tional community has im- for some years more but
154 SOUTH
posed an embargo for the work was already being re-
vid 000'5' ARD
past five years on the pro- duced in the research
MI 2-3150 • BIRMINGHAM
vision of nuclear fuel for Is- facility.
will come under
Brailovsky Flown fire Israel
on nuclear issues dur-
sync:oft g
to Soviet Exile
ing the 36th session of the
FRUIT t:
UN General Assembly
NEW YORK (JTA)— Dr.
BASKETS
which opened Tuesday. Is-
Viktor Brailovsky, held in a
3 Times Daily
rael's Ambassador to the
Moscow prison since his
Nation-Wide
UN, Yehuda Blum disclosed
June trial for "anti-Soviet
Delivery
that more than 40 countries
defamation," has been
hs
are presently sponsoring a
flown out to internal exile in
$1.795
resolution to discuss Israel's
an area notorious in Czarist
RODNICK-
air
attack
on
Iraq's
nuclear
times as a place where polit-
MeINERNEYS
reactor last June 7.
ical prisoners were sent to
The nuclear issue, insofar
772-4350
expire by slow death, ac-
cording to the Student as Israel is involved, will
Struggle for Soviet Jewry
and Union of Councils for
Soviet Jews.
George & Roselie Ohrenstein
The 46-year-old unofficial
and the Staff of
Jewish cultural leader and
cyberneticist was taken to
the town of Beindinen Gos-
dinidsa, in Kazakastan,
near the Iranian border on
the Caspian Sea.

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