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October 01, 1982 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-10-01

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, October 1, 1982 17

A New Jerusalem Suburb

'ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA
DETROIT DISTRICT

PRESENTS

THE 9TH ANNUAL

The new Jerusalem suburb of Gilo is shown under
construction on the south side of the city between
Jerusalem and Beit Jalla.

BALFOUR CELEBRATION

Arab Claims Are Refuted

AN EVENING OF MUSICAL EXCITEMENT.

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — Ben-
jamin Gor-Aryeh, who is the
Arab problems adviser to
the Israeli government, re-
vealed some interesting de-
tails about the position of
Israeli Arabs in an inter-
view with Maariv.
He pointed out that in
1948, around 120,000 Arabs
remained on Israeli terri-
tory, 92 percent of them il-
literate. Today their place
has been taken by 670,000
Arabs who are well estab-
lished people, many intel-
lectuals, and thousands of
students in the Arab iini-
versities — not just in Is-
raeli ones.
The Arab intellectuals
complain that they can't
find a place for themselves
in the country, but Gor-

Aryeh says that is not true.
He stresses that 90 percent
of all young educated Arabs
received appropriate jobs.
For example, 10,000 of them
received teaching positions,
and 96 percent of all Arab
children go to school — a
higher percentage than in
Sweden.
This year, 27 percent,of
the education budget will
be set aside for the Arab
sector. Electric lighting
has already been in-
stalled in 98 percent of all
Arab villages, and it will
soon be extended to the
remaining ones also.
Therefore, Gor-Aryeh is
convinced that there is no
basis for the claim that Is-
raeli Arabs are disadvan-
taged.

FEATURING

THE INTERNATIONAL STAR

GEULA GILL

"A Geula Gill performance is more than Just a
great evening of song and music . . . it is an event!"

Ehe Yew Mork Zintto

WINNER MICHAELS AWARD OF
YOUNG CONCERT ARTISTS

DANIEL PHILLIPS

Sinai Sacrifice for Peace

,44r40kNow
'

With the evacuation of the Sinai Peninsula by Is-
rael last April in keeping with the Israeli-Egyptian
peace agreement, the Israelis dismantled the town of
Yamit.

Kallen. Centenary Is Marked

NEW YORK — A one-day
conference marking the
centenary of the birth of
Horace M. Kallen, social
philospher and father of the
concept of "Cultural
pluralism," will take place
at the New School for Social
Research on Oct. 13.
Co-sponsored by The New
School, the American
Jewish Congress and the
American Section of the
World Jewish Congress —
institutions with which
Horace Kallen was keenly
involved — the conference
will commemorate the life
and contributions of one of
America's leading social
philosphers and activists.
For more than 50 years,
Kallen was closely associ-
ated with the New School
for Social Research, whose
original faculty he joined in
1919.
Kallen pioneered in in-
troducing Zionism in the

"A big talent in the Great
Tradition."
. .. Washington Post

SUNDAY, NOV. 7, 1982 - 7:30 P.M.
FORD AUDITORIUM

RESERVATIONS: ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA
— DETROIT DISTRICT —
18451 W. 10 MILE ROAD
PHONE: 569-1515

U.S., working closely
with Justice Brandeis
and Judge Julian Mack.
He also helped found the
American Jewish Con-
gress and the American
Association for Jewish
Education.
He was prominently iden-
tified with work on behalf of
consumerism.

IRVING LAKER
President

DR. LESTER ZEFF
MAX SOSIN
Co-Chairmen
••
MRS. SIDNEY Z. LEIB
MRS. IRA G. KAUFMAN
MRS. I. WALTER SILVER
Women's Committee Chairpersons

IRVING LAKER
SIDNEY SILVERMAN
DR. JOEL I. HAMBURGER
LEONARD HERMAN
Mar Silver Scholarship Chairmen

MRS. BERNARD WESTON
MRS. I. WALTER SILVER
(Golden Sponsor Chairpersons)

MRS. HELEN ATLER
MRS. ALAN FELDMAN
Sponsors Chairpersons

SIDNEY BRAND
SHERMAN SHAPIRO
Patrons Chairmen

MRS. RICHARD B. KRAMER
Publicity Chairperson

MRS. JACK R. GREENBERG
SEYMOUR RABOTNICK
Seating Chairpersons

REUBEN L. KATZ
MRS. JULIUS RING
MRS. BARBARA WEITZMAN
Communications Chairpersons

DR. & MRS. SIDNEY Z. LEIB
Kick ON Committee Chairpersons

MRS. NORMA T. HUDOSH
Financial Secretary

MRS. BARBARA RABOTNICK
Correspondence

GENERAL CONCERT COMMITTEE'
MR. & MRS. NORMAN ALLAN
MR. & MRS. LEONARD BARUCH
MRS. SANFORD A. BENNETT
MRS. SIDNEY L. BRAND
MR. •MRS. ALBERT BURKE
JULIAN M. COHEN
HYMIE CUTLER
DR. & MRS. JOEL DREYER
DR. ALAN FELDMAN
WALTER L. FIELD
RABBI LEON FRAM
DR. & MRS. ALEX S. FRIEDLAENDER
DR. & MRS. SIDNEY FRIEDLAENDER
MRS. SARAH GORDON
RABBI IRWIN GRONER
MR. & MRS. JAMES HACK
MRS. JOEL I. HAMBURGER
DR. & MRS. MAXWELL M. HOFFMAN
MR. & MRS. MORRIS M. JACOBS
JUDGE !RA G. KAUFMAN
DR. & MRS. LOUIS L. KAZDAN
MRS. PAULINE B. KLEIN
MRS. IRVING LAKER
DR. SIDNEY Z. LEIB
MR. & MRS. EZEKIEL LEIKIN

MRS. SOL LIFSITZ
DR. & MRS. THEODORE MANDELL
DR. & MRS. HAROLD A. MAXMEN
MR. & MRS. MAX NOSANCHUK
MR. & MRS. LOUIS PANUSH
MR. JULIUS RING
MR. & MRS. GERALD M. ROGERS
MR. & MRS. IRVING ROSENBERG
MRS. SHERMAN SHAPIRO
DR. & MRS. GERALD SHERMAN
MR. & MRS. HERZL B. SHUR
DR. I. WALTER SILVER
MR. & MRS. ALLAN H. SILVERMAN
MR. & MRS. ISADORE SILVERMAN
MRS. SIDNEY SILVERMAN
MR. & MRS. CARMI SLOMOVITZ
MR. & MRS. PHILIP SLOMOVITZ
DRS. SION & ELAINE SOLEYMANI
MRS. ESTHER SPERBER
HON. MICHAEL L. STACEY
DRS. LEON & DIANA WARSHAY
DR. BERNARD WESTON
MR. & MRS: DANIEL WOHL
•COMMITTEE IN
FORMATION

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