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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-05-27

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34 Friday, May 27, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israeli Prosecutor Resigns

JERUSALEM — Deputy
Attorney General Yehudit
Karp resigned last weekend
from her post as chairman of
a committee investigating
Jewish vigilante attacks
against Arabs in the ad-
ministered territories.
Ms. Karp, who gave no of-
ficial reason for leaving her

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post, was apparently upset
because her recom-
mendations have been ig-
nored for more than a year.
The resignation coincided
with the escalation of the
anti-Arab attacks and has
stirred Israeli public de-
mands for government ac-
tion on the vigilante prob-
lem. Last week, Israel's Jus-
tice Ministry said it would
assign more people to inves-
tigate and prosecute Israeli
settlers in the territories
who take the law into their
own hands.

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Jessie Stern will chair the
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noon June 6 at the Music
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Guests at the luncheon,
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binger!," will be treated to a
tour of the Music Hall. Lisa
Nowak, Harbinger's artistic
director, will talk about the
dance company and the art
of dance. Videotapes of
Harbinger performances
will be shown.
There is a charge. For
reservations, call the dance
company, 477-7014.

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Alberta Premier Urges Drive
Against Religious, Race Bias

Jessie Stern Is Chairman
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Sun., Mon. 2:30, 4:30, 7:20, 9:30
Tues.-Thurs. 7:20, 9:30

The Muscular Dystrophy
will conduct its annual
door-to-door campaign 5-9
p.m. June 7. The campaign,
a volunteer effort involving
thousands of marchers
across the metro area, is the
association's largest, local
fund-raising project.
Joe Glover remains the
honorary chairman for the
campaign. Jerry Lewis
badges and an official vol-
unteer kit will identify the
marchers.
Proceeds from the annual
house-to-house solicitation
will help provide funds for
research, as well as diag-
nostic services, lab tests,
braces, wheelchairs,
follow-up care, counselling
and recreation programs to
people in Southeastern
Michigan with one of the 40
neuromuscular diseases
covered by MDA. The asso-
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patients at no cost to them
or their families.
Funds from the drive also
help support the local
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located at Oakland General
Hospital in Madison
Heights and Children's
Hospital in Detroit.
Area residents who want
to join the campaign in their
neighborhoods should call
the Muscular Dystrophy
Association Volunteer
Headquarters, 399-2980.

Middle East
Lecture Topic

"Middle East Dilemma —
America, Israel and Leba-
non" will be the topic of a
talk to be held 10 a.m.
Thursday at the Somerset
Mall Auditorium, spo-n-
sored by the Center for New
Thinking.
Rabbi Sherwin Wine, di-
rector of the Center, will de-
liver the lecture. The public
is invited at a charge. For
information, call the Center
for New -Thinking, 546-
8928.

Catholics Anger
Tourist Guides

JERUSALEM (JNI) —
Israel's tour guides have in-
formed the Catholic Church
that they will stop any
Catholic group being led by
a priest without a tour
guide. Noting that the diffi-
culty is restricted mainly to
Catholic groups, the guides'
telegram to the apostolic
delegation made clear,
"This is a trade union
struggle, not a political or
religious conflict."

TORONTO (JTA) —
Premier Peter Lougheed of
Alberta has promised to in-
troduce an educational
campaign to combat racial
and religious bigotry in the
aftermath of two recent in-
cidents in whcih holders of
public office in the province
questioned the authenticity
- of the Holocaust.
Lougheed addressed the
problem of tolerance and re-
spect for minority groups
after Stephen Stiles, a
member of the Alberta
legislature, claimed pub-
licly that the slaughter of
Jews by the Nazis has never
been proven.
Stiles, a 38-year-old
lawyer and a member of
Lougheed's Progressive
Conservative Party, sub-
sequently apologized to the
legislature for offending
anyone, but he did not
clearly renounce his doubts
about the Holocaust.
Loughheed's seven-
page letter to the legisla-
ture, promising a cam-
paign to promote under-
standing and acceptance
of minorities, made no
mention of Stiles' com-
ments.
Only a few weeks ago, a
Queens Court Judge upheld
the dismissal from the Al-
berta school system of

James Keegstra, a public
school teacher and mayor of
the village of Eckville, who
had been preaching anti-
Semitism to his classes, in-
cluding the claim that there
was no Holocaust.
Keegstra was also ousted
from the right wing Social
Credit Party which had just
elected him to a high party
office.
Lougheed has been
criticized for not responding
until now to these incidents
although he had been urged
to do so by Alberta's Jewish
community and in a cable
from Simon Wiesenthal, the
Vienna-based Nazi hunter.
Lougheed said in his
letter that "History
shows that elements of
bigotry such as anti- .
Semitism in this recent
case can grow like a
cancer if not challenged
and vigorously con-
demned by those in a
position of responsibil-
ity."
Howard
Starkman,
president of the Jewish
Federation of Edmonton,
the Alberta capital, said he
was "very pleased" with the
premier's response.

Silk weaving in the U.S.
was introduced by Tobias
Kohn.

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