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July 02, 1982 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-07-02

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THE DEtRO1T JEWISH NEWS

The man who steals
men's confidence is the
worst of thieves.

We will video tape
any occasion for under
$1 50.00
•• • • • • •
Children's Birthday Parties
$30.00
•• • • • • •
Weddings & Bar Mitzvas
$150.00
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P.R. Urgencies Emphasized
by Levins as Major Challenges

Serious obligations for
citizens to "make their
views known forcibly" to as-
sure "a stable Lebanon and
a secure Israel" were em-
phasized by Sander Levin,
candidate for the Demo-
cratic nomination to suc-
ceed William Brodhead to
the U. S. House of Represen-
tatives in the 17th Michi-
gan District.
Levin was strongly sup-

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SCHOLAR-IN-RESIDENCE

RABBI
MACY A.
GORDON,

Rabbi of Congregation Bnai
Yeshurun of Teancek, New
Jersey and member of the
Talmud Faculty of Yeshiva
University.

AN.

7:25 P.M. — Minha Kabbalat Shabbat

8:15 P.M. — Seudat Shabbat, Stoilman Hall (Reservations
Only) Call 398-1177

9:15 P.M. — Topic: MODERN ORTHODOXY: A Response to
the Recent Symposium Published in the Cur-
rent Issue of TRADITION MAGAZINE. Public is
invited to lecture following Seudah.

Sat., July 10 — YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREENFIELD

7:45 P.M. — Minha

8:15 P.M. — Seuda Shlishis

9:00 P.M. — Lecture: THE ROLE OF THE FANATIC.

sued by Rabbi Alexander M.
Schindler, president of the
Union of American Hebrew
Congregations; Dr. Henry
Siegman, executive director
of the American Jewish
Congress; and Ivan Novick,
president of the Zionist
Organization of America.

At a press conference at
his Detroit office, Monday,
Sen. Levin spoke with ap-
prehension about the resig-
nation of Secretary of State
Alexander Haig, and
viewed with concern the
Saudi Arabian involve-
ments of Haig's succesor-
to-be, George Shultz.
Commenting on the cur-
rent Lebanese situation,
Sen. Levin said Haig pur-
sued a steady course consis-
tent with the policies of
previous administrations.
"Haig supported the Is-
raeli move into Lebanon as
necessary to eliminate the
Soviet-supported PLO from
Lebanon where it had no
business being," Levin said.
* * *
"Haig realized the only way
Comments on Shultz, we coule have peace in the
Haig Commendations Middle East is to have a
Howard
Squadron, strong independent Leba-
chairman, Conference of non free of terrorist armies
Presidents of Major Ameri- and free of Syrian armies
can Jewish Organizations, and free of Israeli armies
made the following state- and free of all foreign influ-
ment on the resignation of ence."
Secretary of State Haig:
He also noted that Shultz
"Secretary Haig's depar- was quoted in the New York
ture is a matter of concern Times as having said, "If I
and regret. He served his have any differences with
country and the cause of Reagan, it's about Middle
unity among the free na- Eastern policy based on
tions of the world with dedi- reading the Bnai Brith
cation and distinction.
speech" that Reagan gave
"President Reagan's while he was a candidate.
nominee as his successor,
"I hope the effort to get
George Shultz, has a repu- the PLO out of beirut will
tation for integrity, compe- not be complicated by any
tency and distinguished perceived shift in American
government service. We foreign policy," Levin said,
congratulate him on his ap- "I hope this appointment
pointment and wish him does not represent a shift in
well.
U.S. policy that has been
"American foreign policy constant for so many years."
in the Middle East has been
characterized by a careful
balance between strong
support for the security of
Israel as our country's one
democratic ally in the
region and friendship for
Saudi Arabia as an impor-
tant source of imported oil.
"Mr. Shultz must surely
recognize the importance to
American interests of a
strong and secure Israel,
and of the need for continu-
ing the long-standing
American commitment to
Israel's safety and survival.
Notwithstanding his close
contacts with Saudi Arabia,
we are hopeful that the
Secretary-designate will
take care not to alter the
traditional balance in
American Middle East
policy by moving too far in
favor of the Saudis."
Commendations for retir-
ing Secretary of State Ale-
xander Haig were expressed
this week in statements is-

"THE ANGEL LEVINE"

starring
Harry Belafonte

Zero Mostel

Ida Kaminska

Based on a poignant story by novelist Bernard Malamud, this bittersweet tale
concerns the efforts of a black angel named Levine (played to perfection by Harry
Belafonte) to restore the faith of an elderly Jewish tailor (Zero Mostel, in one of the
best roles of his career). The clash of these two disparate characters is wonderfully
humorous; and the film is filled with a warmth and compassion that makes it an
unforgettable, life-affirming experience.

SUNDAY, JULY 11, 1982 at 7:00 p.m.

United Hebrew Schools Auditorium
21550 W. 12 Mile Rd., Southfield

Door Prizes

Contribution $3.00

Refreshments available

For tickets call: Ida Burstein 557-4228
or the AJ Cong. office 357-2766

Tickets available at door.

"In Image and Word"

Poster Print Show

Now at

the Jewish Community Center

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W. Bloomfield, Mich.

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9:00 A.M. — Shachris

9:30 A.M. — Continental Breakfast

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On Your

50th BIRTHDAY
FRED S. RING

Theater Tour

Sun., July 11 — YOUNG ISRAEL OF SOUTHFIELD

lenge.

AMERICAN JEWISH CONGRESS THEATER PARTY

MAZEL TOY

Fri., July 9 - YOUNG ISRAEL OF OAK-WOODS

10:15 A.M. — Lecture: THE LIVING WILL An Ethical

ported in such efforts at a
gathering of prominent citi-
zens at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Sosnick, Sun-
day, Mandell Berman un-
dertaking leadership in or-
ganizing such strengthened
public relations activities,
with emphasis on action in
Congress.
U. S. Sen. Carl Levin, in-
troducing his brother San-
der to the gathering at the
Sosnick home, indicated
that he was concerned with
the nomination of George
Shultz to serve as Secre-
tary of State. Sen. Levin
indicated the possible
presence of two former top
officials of the Bechtel
Corp., a company with close
and extensive ties to Saudi
Arabia and other Arab
states, was a cause for con-
cern.
Expressions of support for
Sander Levin's campaign
came from a wide range of
community people, under
the leadership of Berman.

Friday, lily 2, 1982' 21 -

NEW YORK — The
American Repertory Thea-
ter of Cambridge, Mass.,
will embark on a 10-week
tour of Europe and Israel
later this month.

July 8th
Love

Your Son, Elliott

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