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April 23, 1982 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-04-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, April 23, 1982 5

Broder to Be Honored Crucial Israeli-Egyptian Day Approaches

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NEW YORK — Detroiter
N. Brewster Broder is one of
four Jewish communal
leaders who will receive the
Frank L. Weil and Florence
G. Heller Awards from the
Jewish Welfare Board at
the JWB's biennial conven-
tion May 12-16 in Chicago.
Broder is being cited for
his "distinguished contribu-
tion to the welfare of Jewish
personnel in the U.S.
Armed Forces." Broder's in-
volvement in JWB's serv-
ices to the armed forces goes
ck to 1952 when he served
. volunteer at a Seder in
seoul, Korea.
He led the Jewish Corn-
munity Center of Met-
ropolitan Detroit in estab-
lishing an Armed Forces
Committee of which he was
chairman. He served on the
National USO Board as na-

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GENEVA (JTA) — An
exhibition, the theme of
which is Judaism in a demo-
cratic society — specifically
Switzerland — was visited
by more than 12,000 per-
sons after it opened in
Zurich last month under the
auspices of the Swiss Jewish
community and the Zurich
municipality.
It is the first exhibition of
its kind in Switzerland
since World War II.
The purpose is to bring
Jews and non-Jews together
in an understanding of the
reality of Judaism today
and the sufferings of Jews in
the past.

A friend in power is a
friend lost.

KEREN KAYENIETH LEISRAEL

.....

N. BREWSTER BRODER

tional vice president for
JWB from 1974 to 1979.
In Detroit, Broder's re-
cord of community serv-
ice includes his years as
president and board
member of the JCC and
the top leadership posts
he held in the Jewish
Welfare Federation, Al-
lied Jewish Campaign,
United Way and other
communal agencies. He
was a JWB board
member and vice
president of its Midwest
Region.
Others being cited by
JWB include sculptor
Chaim Gross; Minnie
Nathanson, former
president of the Hebrew
Educational Society in
Brooklyn, N.Y.; and Abe
Vinik, former general direc-
tor of the Jewish Commu-
nity Centers of Chicago.

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(Continued from Page 1)
The Begin-Hassan Ali
talks lasted more than four
hours, in two sessions, and
were interspersed by addi-
tional meetings involving
Stoessel.
Israel's most serious com-
plaint against Egypt was
that the Egyptians were
aiding or acquiescing in the
smuggling of arms from
Sinai to Palestinian ter-
rorists in the Gaza Strip and
were, in fact, drawing closer
to the Palestine Liberation
Organization as part of
their effort to mend ties
with the Arab world.
The Israelis also accused
the Egyptians of deploying
more troops than allowed
under the peace treaty in
the limited forces zone of
Sinai which they control.

Mubarak reportedly
told Stoessel that Egypt
would act to correct
those matters over
which Israel has ex-
pressed concern. He also
reportedly gave him oral
assurances that Egypt in-
tends to adhere fully to
the Camp David accords
after Israel pulls out of
Sinai.
Some within the Israeli
camp insisted that Israel
stand firm on the Taba bor-
der dispute near Eilat. They
suggest that Israel refuse to
withdraw from the enclave
unless Egypt accepted a
proposal for an interim civi-
lian status quo pending a
final resolution of the dis-
pute by arbitration.
This would mean that the
large Israeli resort hotel
nearing completion at Taba

Czech Reds
Step Up Attacks
Against Jews

Germans Will
Visit U.S. Jews
to Study Culture

LONDON (JTA) — The
Czechoslovak Communist
Party has stepped up its at-
tacks on the Jewish religion
after a period in which it
kept a low profile on Jewish
matters, the International
Council of Jews from
Czechoslovakia has
claimed.
An article in Tribuna, the
party's ideological weekly,
said that "the Jewish faith,
especially Torah and Tal-
mud, sanctified the exploi-
tation of man by man," ac-
cording to the council.
The council, in its April
newsletter, also quotes
highlights of a demographic
study of Czechoslovak
Jewry carried out in Lon-
don. It shows that in 1981,
the approximately 5,000
members of Jewish congre-
gations in Czechoslovakia
resided in almost 200
localities: 101 in Bohemia,
52 in Moravia and 45 in
Slovakia.

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Twenty young men and
women from the Federal
Republic of Germany will
spend two weeks in the
United States visiting
Jewish homes and institu-
tions, meeting with Jewish
leaders and young people,
and learning about Ameri-
can Jewish communal, reli-
gious, and cultural life, it
was announced by the
American Jewish Commit-
tee.
Most of the 20 are non-
Jewish and were born after
the end of World War II.
The tour began last Sun-
day and will end May 1. It is
part of a two-year-old ex-
change program, sponsored
jointly by the AJCommittee
and the Konrad Adenauer
Foundation, a major West
German research and edu-
cational organization under
which young leaders from
each' nation visit each
others' countries.

Brandeis Film
Center Funded

WALTHAM, Mass. (JTA)
— A grant of $13,120 has
been received by the Na-
tional Center for Jewish
Film here from the Ameri-
can Film Institute National
Endowment for the Arts.
The center was recently
established in association
with Brandeis University
and the American Jewish
Historical Society to iden-
tify and preserve all films,
fictional and documentary,
relevant to the Jewish ex-
perience.

AJCommittee
Award Dinner
Thursday in S.F.

NEW YORK — The Bank
of America will receive the
American Jewish Commit-
tee's 1982 National Human
Relations Award at a dinner
to be held at the Fairmont
Hotel in San Francisco
Thursday.
Richard M. Fairbanks III,
special adviser to Secretary
of State Alexander M. Haig
and newly assigned Middle
East negotiator, will be the
guest speaker.

would open as planned
under Israeli management.
The Egyptians insisted that
work on the hotel be sus
pended pending the arbit-
rator's decision which could
take months, or even years,
before it is rendered.
Cairo has accepted part of
the Israeli suggestion that
Israeli forces withdraw to
the Egyptian-Proposed line
east of Taba and the Egyp-
tians would advance to the
Israeli-proposed line west of
the region. The Multina-
tional Force and Observers
(MFO) would police the few

hundred yards of disputed
beach on which the hotel
stands.

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