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May 07, 1982 - Image 63

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-05-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Fascists, Gangs
Collide in Moscow

MOSCOW — A group of
Russians staged a rally
marking Hitler's birthday
in Pushkin Square here late
last month.
According to witnesses, a
group of self-styled fascists,
numbering somewhere
from 12 to 100, gathered in
the square on April 20. The
fascist group met resistence
from scores of young gang
members, who had heard
about the planned rally in
advance.

LARRY FREEDMAN

Orchestra and Entertainment

647-2367

Technion Professionals,
Young Adults Will Gather

A presentation on "Sta-
bility and Transition in
Fluid Flow" will be made to
the Technical Professionals
for Technion 8 p.m. Tuesday
at the main United Hebrew
Schools building.
Professor of mechanical
engineering at Wayne State
University, Dr. Shlomo
Carmi studied at the Techn-
ion and in South Africa
under a Technion schol-
arship and completed his
graduate education at the
University of Minnesota,
where he received a PhD
degree in 1968.
He is active in the Ameri-
can Technion Society, De-
troit Chapter.
Meanwhile, "Israel With-

UNITED JEWISH APPEAL

presents

IT'S NO LAUGHING MATTER

Starring

COMEDY CASTLE

MITCH WALTERS

PROF. SHLOMO CARMI

out the Sinai" will be dis-
cussed by veteran Israeli
Air Force Gen. Uri Talmor,
at the meeting of the Detroit
Chapter's Technion 2000
Young Adult Group 8 p.m.
Wednesday at the LaMed
Auditorium in the UHS
building. Chairman of the
meeting will be Fred New-
man, member of the execu-
tive committee of Technion
2000.
Gen. Talmor served in
various command and staff
posts and flew operationally
in three wars. His last posi-
tion was Israel Air Force

Rich and Maureen Del Grosso

Mendi Segal

Join us for an evening of FUN AND_LAUGHS

SHOW TIME: Monday, May 10, 1982.
TICKETS: $5.00

Guests Welcome

Featuring

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L'Uomo Vogue Men's Fashions

A Special Fall Preview by

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• Surprise Finale
• Many Door Prizes
• Exciting _Grand Prize - $75,000
Gold & Diamond Necklace -
donated by George Steinberger

Sharon Lipton, pres.
Ellie Schaumberg, Chairman Ways & Means Comm.

Tues, May 11

Shaarey Zedek 11:30 Show, 10:30 Petite Breakfast

General Adm. $12.00
Babysitting 75c
Donor $20.00
Call 569-4252

For Tickets: Maryon Schneider 681-4925
Millie Moss 851-2960
Gail Goodstein 661-4430

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Show starts at 8:00 p.m.
Doors open at 1:30 p.m.

EVENING: 355-0891 (Mike Sabes) '
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Dr. and Mrs. Leslie I.
Moss of Birmingham an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Dr. Sara
Ruth Moss, to Dr.
Stephen Davis of Interna-
tional Falls, Minn., son of
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Davis
of Duluth, Minn. Dr. Moss
received BA and BS degrees
from the University of
Michigan and a DDS degree
from the University of De-
troit School of Dentistry.
Her fiance received BA and
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GEN. URI TALMOR

head of personnel. Talmor
attended the Technion, He-
brew University and is in
the U.S. to receive his PhD
degree im management at
UCLA. Talmo _ r was born in
Moshav Kfar Vitkin, where
he had his early education.

Swedish Labor
Party Nixes
Peres Visit

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Is-
rael's Labor Party has ex-
pressed surprise and shock
at the Swedish Labor
Party's action in cancelling
its invitation to Shimon
. Peres to attend May Day ob-
servances in Stockholm this
year.
Peres has sent a cable to
Swedish Social Democratic
leader Olaf Palme protest-
ing the cancellation..
The Swedes said the can-
cellation was due to dif-
ferences within their party
on recent Israeli actions,
especially Premier
Menahem Begin's exten-
sion of Israeli law to the
Golan Heights. Another
reason given was the possi-
ble danger of reactions by
anti-Israel Nicaraguans
and Palestine Liberation
Organization delegates who
have also been invited to the
Swedish May Day celebra-
tions.

Man is by nature a politi-
cal animal.

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