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October 30, 1981 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-10-30

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TIIE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

28 Friday, October 30, 19111

'Ike and Mama' Book for Kids

A book for children based
on a New York neighbor-
hood in 1920 has been writ-
ten by Carol Snyder.
"Ike and Mama and the
Once-in-a-Lifetime Movie"

COHEN

For

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Paid for by Citizens

for Cohen

(Coward, McCann and
Geoghegan) is the third Ike
and Mamaistory by Ms.
Snyder. Her "Ike and Mama
and the Block Wedding"
won the 1979 Association of
Jewish Libraries Book
Award.
Her present work is an
enjoyable book for young
readers and tells how Ike
and his friends become
extras in a movie.

Technion Researches Shale As Energy Source

HAIFA — Researchers at
the Technion's Energy
Engineering Center have
developed an experimental
combustion system for
exploiting local shale depos-
its.
The team in the oil shale
combustion laboratory de
veloping the project is sup
ported by the Israel Gov
ernment through the Minis
try of Energy and Infras-

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AJCongress Hits
Domestic Policy
of Evangelicals

NEW YORK — The
American Jewish Congress
has issued a condemnation
of the evangelical right for
using religion as an instru-
ment of political coercion
and has pledged to oppose
the movement on many of
its domestic policies and
practices.
The condemnation came
in a resolution passed by the
governing council of the
AJCongress. It accused the
evangelical movement's
adherents of attempting to
intimidate when they can-
not persuade "by using the
size of their electronic con-
gregations and by threaten-
ing political reprisal
through the proliferation of
hit lists."
The AJCongress accused
the movement of claiming
for itself "an absolute moral
and political rectitude." It
also charged the "New
Right" with claiming not
only a moral majority but a
"moral monopoly."

shale: the environmental
impact and the low overall
efficiency of the process.
Both the dust and the ash
contain materials which
may cause health problems,
as well as causing the waste
of 20 percent of the total of
released energy. The pre-
liminary research aims at
outlining the extent of the
problem.

Egypt Visit
for Navon

JERUSALEM— Yitzhak
Navon, Israel's president,
will visit Egypt next month
to pay his condolences on
the death of President
Anwar Sadat. The exact
dates of Navon's visit have
not yet been set.

Be simple in words, man-
ners and gestures.

•• • • • • • • • • • •



have them

Congregation Bnai David

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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 8 p.m.

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With Solo Vocalists:
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and CANTOR HYMAN ADLER

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WASHINGTON — Max-
well M. Rabb, the U.S. am-
bassador to Italy, returned
to Washington last week
following reports of a Li-
byan plot that would have
placed him in danger, ac-
cording to State Depart-
ment officials.
The Reagan Administra-
tion reportedly took advan-
tage of the home-coming
and enlisted Rabb's aid in
the final push for the
AWACS arms deal.



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tougher to keep them. Southfield's . . . City
Councilman, John Beras, however, is proving
to be a cut above the norm. Unlike some . . . in
the city Beras is willing to publicly admit to
problems in this area and he wants to do some-
thing about it. Beres has proved to be the most
innovative member of . . . Council."

Excerpt from Southfield Eccentric Editorial

Iron breaks stone; fire
melts iron; water extin-
guishes fire; clouds con-
sume water; the storm dis-
pels clouds; man withstands
the storm; fear conquers
man; wine banishes fear;
sleep overcomes wine, and
death is the master of sleep;
but charity saves even from
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major factors inhibiting the
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