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December 04, 1981 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-12-04

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

32 Friday, December 4, 1981

After Sadat' Topic of ZOD

Funding Drop Assessment Set

NEW YORK (JTA) —
The Council of Jewish
Organizations of the Boro
Park section of Brooklyn
has started to assemble a
special staff for a human
service needs assessment
analysis and survey for the
section's 150,000 residents

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to enable Boro Park social
services agencies make best
choices for shrinking gov-
ernment funding.
Rabbi Morris Schmid-
man, council executive di-
rector, said the Boro Park
population is 80 percent
Jewish.

"After Sadat — What?"
will be the subject of an in-
formal public -discussion
sponsored by the Zionist
Organization of America
— Detroit District 8 p.m.
Thursday at the Zionist
Cultural Center.
The discussion will be led

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by a panel consisting of
Rabbi Louis Finkelman, di-
rector of the Bnai Brith
Hillel Foundation at Wayne
State University; Jeffrey A.
Sherman, an attorney and a
member of the Jabotinsky
Society of the Herut Zionist;
and Milton J. Steinhardt,
president of the Detroit
Zionist Federation.The pro-
gram moderator will be Irv-
ing Laker, president of the
ZOD.
Dr. Leon H. Warshay,
WSU sociology professor, is
chairman of the ZOA
Roundtable of which this
program is part.
The public -is invited, and
there is no charge. For in-
formation, call the ZOD,
569-1515.

Court Challenge
for Sabbath Play

NEW YORK — A joint
friend-of-the-court brief has
been filed in New Jersey by
the National Jewish Corn-
mission on Law and Public
Affairs (COLPA) and the
American Jewish Congress.
The brief refers to a case
now before the New Jersey
Supreme Court involving a
Teaneck high school drama-
tic group.
A policy adopted by the
Teaneck Board of Education
barred scheduling of extra-
curricular events on Friday
nights, Saturdays or Sun-
day mornings. The board
said its intent was to elimi-
nate discriminatory prac-
tices in the public- schools,
among which it included the
denial of opportunity to
' Sabbath-observing stu-
dents to participate in
extra-curricular activities.
COLPA and the AJCon-
gress support this position.
The policy was chal-
lenged in 1978 by a Teaneck
student drama club known
as the Playcrafters, which
had scheduled perfor-
mances of a play for Friday
and Saturday evenings. The
New Jersey Civil Liberties
Union, representing the
drama club, charged viola-
tion of the church-state sep-
aration principle, claiming
the school board's policy
was designed to conform to
the religious practices of
some of its students, in vio-
lation of the federal and
New Jersey state constitu-
tions.

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RAMAT GAN — More
than 100 field grade officers
(rank of major and above) of
the Israel Defense Forces
are enrolled at Bar-Ilan this
semester in a two-year pro-
gram to acquire a univer-
sity education as an essen-
tial factor for furthering
their military careers.
Bar-Ilan is the only Is-
raeli university to offer
military personnel the pos-
sibility of obtaining
bachelor degrees in an in-
tensive 26-month cur-
riculum, without vacations,
during which they complete
the same number of credits
other Israeli students finish
during the conventional
three-year BA program

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LAWRENCE M. ALLAN
President
tfr GEMOLOGIST DIAMONTOLOGIST

ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA
DETROIT DISTRICT

ZOA ROUNDTABLE SERIES

discusses .. .

After Sadat WHAT?

• Has Sadat's death changed anything?
• Should Israel give up the last of the Sinai?
• What is Egypt's true position toward Israel
& the Arab states?
• Does the Camp David plan safe-guard Is-
rael's vital security?
• Can the free world leadership be trusted?

panel . . .

Rabbi Louis Finkelman

Director, B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation,
Wayne State University*

Jeffrey A. Sherman

Attorney. ,Member,
Jabotinsky Society of Herut Zionist*

Milton J. Steinhard, M.D.

Psychiatrist. President,
Detroit Zionist Federation.*

`Panel members will be speaking for themselves.
Organizations are listed for identification only.

moderator .. .

IRVING LAKER

President, Zionist Organization
of America - Detroit District
COME . - . AND PARTICIPATE IN AN INFOR-
MAL DISCUSSION OVER A CUP OF COFFEE
AND REFRESHMENTS. . JOIN IN WITH
YOUR QUESTIONS AND IDEAS . .

bring family & friends

8:00 P.M. Thursday
December 10, 1981

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ZIONIST
CULTURAL CENTER

18451 West 10 Mile Road
Southfield

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