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August 26, 1983 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-08-26

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NE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Cong. Shaarey Shomayim

Arens Ends Israeli Boycott of Arab Leaders

BETHLEHEM (JTA) —
Defense Minister Moshe
Arens made a first visit
Tuesday to Mayor Elias
Freij of Bethlehem and his
councillors and ended what
in effect has been a three-
year boycott by Israeli lead-

ers of Arab mayors in the
occupied territories.
Arens was greeted on the
steps of the large, modern
municipal building by Freij,
in the second meeting in two
days between the two men.
They first met Monday in

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Membership Available

AUXILIARY
HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES

#1

Auxiliary Social Hall

RABBI BENJAMIN H. GORRELICK-
and
CANTOR DAVID TANZMAN

will officiate

Tickets

#2

$ 60.00

La Med Auditorium

at United Hebrew School
Rohlik Building

RABBI HERBERT ESKIN
and
CANTOR BARRY ULRYCH

will officiate
$40.00
Tickets

Tickets available at:

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Southfield, Michigan

for further information or
inquiries concerning
membership and seating
call synagogue office:

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Arens' office in Tel Aviv but
that meeting was described
by Freij as a "getting to
know you" event whereas
the meeting Tuesday was
described as "a working
visit" lasting nearly an
hour. The topics discussed
were mainly local matters
— such as grants for re-
building the local market-
ing, simplified proessing of
permits to cross bridges to
Jordan and reunification of
families and release of pris-
oners held by Israel for se-
curity reasons.
Arens promised that most
of the demands would be
favorably reviewed.

But both Freij and
Arens said the meeting
was the start of a
dialogue which would in-
clude - political issues.
Arens told reporters
after the meeting that, "of
course" he could not
promise "that on those is-
sues I will not have dif-
ferences with the
Mayor." He also com-
mented that the meeting
was proof "that Arabs
and Jews should live
peacefully in this part of
the country."

Observers said the visit to
Bethlehem could indicate a
change in the attitude of Is-
raeli authorities toward
West Bank Arab leaders.
During the time Ariel Sha-
ron was Defense Minister,
there were few Israeli con-
tacts with the urban leader-
ship, with emphasis placed
on the rural leadership, par-
ticularly in support of the

announces that

pro-Israel Village Leagues.
The new trend at the De-
fense Ministry is to revive
dialogue with the urban
leadership, which was flow-
ering when the late Moshe
Dayan was Defense Minis-
ter.
The observers said one
initial result would be an
extension of Israeli dialogue
with pro-Jordan elements,
such as Hikmat al Masri of
Nablus, a former speaker of
the Jordanian Parliament,
who was also received Mon-
day by Arens.
The weakness of the new
Defense Ministry's policy is
that the pro-Jordan Pales-
tinian Arab elements will
not move politically without
King Hussein's approval.
They rejected the Camp
David accords, accepted by
Israel, and accepted
President Reagan's peace
initiative, rejected by Is-
rael.

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Only 3.2 percent of
Likud supporters favor
him while he was favored
by 14.5 percent among
Labor voters — about the
same proportion from
Labor supporting Begin
as Likud leader.

Asked for their prefer-
ences among Labor Party
leaders, the respondents
gave former Premier Yit-
zhak Rabin first place, with
an overall preference vote of
39.6 percent. This included
nearly 37 percent among
Likud supporters and 47.5
percent among Labor sup-
porters.
Former President Yit-
zhak Navon took second
place in overall popularity
with 23.5 percent, which in-
cluded preference from 34.4
percent among Likud sup-
porters and 12.9 percent
among Labor backers.

Cantor
Michael Greenbaum
& Rabbi
Mottel Weiss

(1 blk. S. of Ten Mile) Oak Park

Will Officiate -
Traditional Liturgy

Rabbi Dr. Leo Y. Goldman will deliver the sermons
For Reserv. call the office LI 7-8555 or LI 2-4444
or members of the ticket committee:
Sam Kreisman 399-4693
Alex Friedman 541-2895
Jenoe
Roth 544-1041,398-2390
Max Young 967-3272
Michael Weiss 399-5388, 837-1900

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In addition to meeting
separately with Masri
and Freij, Arens also met
with Suleiman al Astal,
the mayor of Khan Yunis
in the Gaza Strip. These
meetings were described
as the first in a series of
contacts with represen-
tatives of the territories,
contacts frozen since the
war in Lebanon.

CONGREGATION SHAARIT HAPLAYTAH
IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE

HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES

with our Rabbi Charles H. Rosenzveig
and Cantor Seymour Greenstein
Rosh Hashanah: Sept. 1, 8, 9, 1983
1983
5744
-Yom Kippur: Sept. 16, 11, 1983

But most observers felt
that no immediate political
fruits were likely to grow
out of the meetings, a point
made by Freij who said,
after the meetings, "pre-
sently, there are no condi-
tions for a political momen-
tum."

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:

Jack Waksberg

23 481 KENOSHA Chairman

Likud Backers Favor Begin

TEL AVIV (JTA) — A
massive 78 percent of sup-
porters of Likud among Is-
raelis favor Premier
Menahem . Begin, as do
nearly 16 percent of suppor-
ters of the Labor Party, ac-
cording to results of the
latest public opinion poll in
The Jerusalem Post.
Begin is the choice of 42
percent of the Israeli electo-
rate overall.
The runner-up in popu-
larity among Israelis is
former Air Force comman-
der Ezer Weizman, who is
favored by 8.7 percent.

Friday, August 26, 1983 29

Navon was followed by
Labor Party leader Shimon
Peres, who won a low over-
all preference vote of 6.9
percent, which included
13.6 percent among Likud
supporters and 12.5 percent
among Labor supporters.

398-6861
Abe Weberman

Ticket Chairman

626-5224

Sonia Popowski
557-3994
356-3383
Leon Halpern
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Mrs. Ben Fisk
557-4157
545-1244

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.

THE BIRMINGHAM TEMPLE

offers

THE FOURTH ALTERNATIVE

COMMUNITY

5744

HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES

1983

For Jewish Humanists ROSH HASHANA and YOM KIPPUR allow an opportunity for personal
reflection. These times of celebration help us to affirm our Jewish Identity and to take stock of our
personal lives.

RABBI SHERWIN WINE

will present services on the theme
MORALITY IN THE '80s

Rosh Hashana
Yom Kippur (Kol Nidre)

Thursday, September 8
Saturday, September 17

Memorial

Saturday, September 17

1:00 p.m. MORALITY AND WORK
1:00 p.m. MORALITY, STRANGERS
AND THE WORLD
4:30 p.m. MORALITY MEMORIES
AND TRADITION

Children's Services (Ages 4-9)
2:30 p.m.
Rosh Hashana - Thurs., September 8
2:30 p.m.
Yom Kippur - Sat., September 17
Youth Services (Ages 10-12)
3:30 p.m.
Rosh Hashana - Thurs., September 8
3:30 p.m.
Yom Kippur - Sat., September 17
Tickets of admission are required for all adult services and may be purchased by calling the Temple Secretary.
Tickets are not required for Memorial, Children's and Youth Services.

If you are interested in learning more about Humanistic Judaism please join us for an Evening With The Rabbi
on August 31 at 8:30 p.m. at the Temple.

THE BIRMINGHAM TEMPLE

The Center of Humanistic Judaism
28611 West 12 Mile Road (bet. Inkster and Middlebelt) Farmington Hills, Michigan 48018
(313) 477-1410

Sabbath Services each Friday at 8:30 p.m.

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