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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-08-05

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24 Friday, August 5, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

The Right Hand and the Left Hand

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By ROCHELLE
SAIDEL-WOLK

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The fact that the United
States does not recognize
East Jerusalem as part of
Israel was sharply
dramatized for this reporter
in an incident involving the

WORKMEN'S CIRCLE OF MICHIGAN PRESENTS
IT'S FIFTH ANNUAL FREE YIDDISH CONCERT

2 P.M., Sun., Aug. 7
David Shepherd Park, Oak Park

Co-Sponsored by
The Sholem Aleichem Institute and
The Jewish Community Council of Metropolitan Detroit
Concert made possible by grants from The American Federation of Musicians
Performance Trust Fund and The Workmen's Circle Zuckerman Fund.
Guest artists this year are:
Mack Pitt and his 12 piece orchestra;
Larry Bassin, folk singer and Nicolai Lemberg, flutist
FREE ADMISSION

CONGREGATION BETH ACHIM

cordially invites you and your family
to join us for the community-wide

SYNAGOGUE OPEN HOUSE
Sun., Aug. 7th, 2-5 p.m.

Congregation Beth Achim is a traditionally conservative syna-
gogue. Our full family service includes active programs in the
Men's Club, Sisterhood, U.S.Y. Affiliated Youth Groups, Mr. &
Mrs. Club, Havurot and a branch of the United Hebrew Schools
located in our building.

JOIN

CONG. BETH ACHIM

WHERE FAMILY IS FOREMOST.
WHERE TRADITION IS OUR GOAL.

21100 W. 12 Mile Rd.

352-8670

Rabbi Milton Arm
Rabbi Emeritus Benjamin Gorrelick
Cantor Max Shimansky
Reverend Joseph Baras
Gerald Lasher, President

notarization of a personal
document here.
Based in Jerusalem with
tourist status, the reporter
was advised that her docu-
ment could be notarized at
the American Consulate in
the city.
She then discovered that
there are two U.S. consular
offices here, one on Agron
Street in West Jerusalem,
which houses only execu-
tive and commercial offices,
and the other on Nablus
Road in East Jerusalem,
which carries out routine
services for American indi-
viduals.
(The Agron Street office
is not mandated to assist
American individuals,
most of them Jews, who
are shunted to the Nablus
Road office in the heart of
an exclusively Arab
neighborhood.)
The document requiring
notarization had spaces for
"State of and "City of." The
clerk at the Nablus Road
Consular office whited out
the words "State of." Then
she stamped twice on the
document the words "City of
Jerusalem, Consulate Gen-
eral of the United States of
America." It was sub-
sequently signed by the
Vice Consul, Lawrence
Mire.
Asked why no state was
filled in as is the usual case
on notarized documents, the
clerk said: "For the consu-
late, Jerusalem is just
Jerusalem. We do not write
anything but 'City of
Jerusalem.' Not the state of
Israel and not Jordan. No
state." She refused to elabo-
rate further and did not give
her name.
In an opinion piece in the
July 29 Jerusalem Post, a
Palestinian Jerusalemite,
Daoud Kuttab, wrote:
"Even Israel's staunchest
supporters in the West ha-
ven't recognized the anne-
xation (of Jerusalem by Is-
rael) and still consider East
Jerusalem Qccupied terri-
tory."
If Kuttab was referring
to the United States, he
could have stated as evi-
dence: 1) refusal of the
American Consulate to
acknowledge that the
city of Jerusalem is in the
state of Israel, 2) the con-
tinued presence of two
American consulates in
Jerusalem, one in the
west and one in the east,

Ethiopia Aid

WASHINGTON — Eight
Senators and more than 70
Representatives, including
Michigan's Howard Wolpe,
Sander Levin and George
Crockett, have urged that
additional U.S. funds and
food be contributed in relief
of a drought in Ethiopia.
The American Associa-
tion for Ethiopian Jews has
been supporting the request
in an effort to aid the
Falashas of Ethiopia.

"Leha Dodi," the hymn
welcoming the "Sabbath
Bride," has more than 300
musical settings, which is
more than any other poem
in any other language.

3) the fact that the Ameri-
can Embassy is located in
Tel Aviv.
The United States' re-
fusal to recognize
Jerusalem as Israel's capi-
tal is in stark contrast to its
attitude toward East Berlin
as the capital of the German
Democratic Republic. The
U.S. Embassy in East Ger-
many is in East Berlin,
which the U.S. does not rec-
ognize as that country's cap-
ital.

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CONGREGATION SHAARIT HAPLAYTAH

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CONGREGATION SHAARIT HAPLAYTAH
IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE

HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES

with our Rabbi Charles H. Rosenzveig
and Cantor Seymour Greenstein
Rosh Hashonah: Sept. 1, 8, 9, 1983
1983
5144
Yom Kippur: Sept. 16, 11, 1983

To be held at the Glenn Schoenhals School
16500 Lincoln Drive • Southfield, Mich.
Donation $25.00 per person

The High Holidays will soon be here. Please make your reservations
today by calling any of the following:

Sonia Popowski
557-3994
356-3383
398-6861
Leon Halpern
Abe Weberman Simon Schwarzberg 661-1182.— 541-1450
Ticket Chairman
Mrs. Ben Fisk
557-4157
626-5224
545-1244

Jack Waksberg

23481 KENOSHA Chairman

Sol Kleinman

Ticket Co-Chairman

All proceeds from High Holiday will go toward the Memorial Center.

.

Spend your Holidays with your friends and dear ones,
Remember how warm and "hamish" our services are.

CONGREGATION B'NAI DAVID

Invites Inquiries
concerning membership

IN TIME FOR
HIGH HOLIDAYS

We are a family oriented congregation located in
Southfield. We are committed to traditional
Judaism suited to American suburban life of the
20th Century.

• A few family memberships are currently
available.
• Special reduced rates of $150 are available.
• Special reduced rates of $75 available for
young singles.
• We offer a dynamic youth program for chil-
dren 4-14.

We welcome anyone who wishes to visit our
Sabbath services . . . and bring your children.

CONG. B'NAI DAVID

Sabbath Services

Saturday 8:30 A.M.

24350 Southfield Road at 9 1/2 Mile

557-8210

Morton Yolkut

Rabbi

Hyman Adler

Cantor

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