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September 03, 1982 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-09-03

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38 Friday, September 3, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Gratuitous violence in
argument betrays a con-
scious weakness of the

cause, and is usually a sig-
nal of despair.
—Junius

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Adm. Rickover Lauds Israel
Following His Ten-Day Visit

Discussion, even if
stormy, often winnows
truth from error — a good

NEW YORK — "Israel
must be diligent not to allow
the material prosperity that
may accompany peace to
weaken the nation's inter-
nal fiber," declared Admiral
Hyman Rickover, father of
the nuclear submarine,
upon his return to Washing-
ton last week from a 10-day
visit to Israel and Lebanon.
Admiral Rickover
traveled to Israel as a guest
of Herut - U.S.A.
While in Israel, Rickover
met with Menahem Begin,
Defense Minister Ariel
Sharon, senior officers of
the Israel Defense Forces
and held discussions with
members of the Herut
movement.
He toured Israel's nu-
clear facility at Nahal
Sorek, and in southern
Lebanon met with Chris-
tian leaders and toured
Beaufort Castle.
Rickover had a five-hour
meeting with General Is-
rael Tal, former commander
of the Israel Armored Corps
and originator of the Mer-
kava tank. He also visited
settlements on the Golan
Heights, met with senior fa-
culty at the Weizmann In-
stitute for Science and vis-
ited the Yad Vashem
Holocaust Memorial.
Before leaving Israel,
Admiral Rickover released
a statement which said,
inter alia:
"I am proud of my Jewish
heritage and regret that my
mother Rachel, and my
father Abraham, who im-
migrated with me at age 6
years from Makov, Poland
to the United States, could
not share with me this
dream of a Jewish state .. .

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"I am especially
grateful for the cour-
tesies extended by the Is-
raeli military, and now
that I have had dis-
cussions with Rear Ad-
miral Almog and General
Tal, I have a better
understanding of the
hardships this country
has endured to maintain
its sovereignty. My visit
made me appreciate the
vast amount of human
labor involved in clear-
ing a land literally
covered with rocks.
"I am also impressed with
the steps taken by the gov-
ernment to improve the
education of Israeli stu-
dents. This pleases me be-
cause all my career I have
stressed the importance of
educating a country's youth
for a country's future. The
Jewish mentality of stres-
sing education was evi-
denced when I visited the
Weitzmann Institute and
discussed the work in pro-
gress there .. .
"And finally, I must com-
pliment the state of Israel
for having constantly borne
in mind the injunction of the
Talmud 'make the desert
bloom.' I know of no other
case in history where a
people has accomplished so
much."

Southfield Holds
Senior Olympics

The third annual South-
field Senior Olympics will
be conducted at the Orchard
Ridge Campus of Oakland
Community College Sept.
11-12.
The games are free and
open to anyone at least 60
years old. Events include
volleyball, shuffleboard,
walking, cycling, swim-
ming, chess, checkers, ten-
nis, racquetball and a one-
mile run
To register, call the
Senior Olympic Committee,
354-9362.

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Kool Jazz Festival.
The event, which runs to-
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day from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m.,
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