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March 16, 1984 - Image 59

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-03-16

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Klezmer Band Coming to SZ

The Klezmer Conservatory Band will perform 7
p.m. March 25 at Cong. Shaarey Zedek. For tickets,
call the synagogue, 357-5544. There is a charge. The
public is invited.

Akiva Aishet Chayil Award
Presented to Sadye Forman

Good
Reading

Court Nixes
Arab Appeal

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The Supreme Court last
week rejected an appeal by
four men suspected of am-
bushing an Arab bus that
they be allowed to see their
lawyer while in police cus-
tody.
The men were remanded
last Tuesday by a
Jerusalem magistrate who
denied them the right to
confer with counsel at the
request of police. Such a re-
quest is rare and the presid-
ing judge must be
thoroughly satisfied that it
is justified before endorsing
it. The suspects are believed
to be the masked gunmen
who opened fire on a bus
carrying Arab day laborers
from the West Bank to their
jobs in Israel early last Sun-
day morning. Six of the 18
passengers were wounded,
one seriously.
Their lawyer, Meir
Schechter, appealed the de-
cision which was ruled on in
closed session by a three jus-
tice panel headed by Sup-
reme Court President Meier
Shamgar. Shechter was
engaged to defend the sus-
pects by Rabbi Meir
Kahane, head of the milit-
ant anti-Arab "Kach"
movement.
A similar appeal has been
filed on behalf of three men
remanded in custody last
Wednesday as suspects in
an unsuccessful attempt to
plant explosives on the
Temple Mount, site of two
major Islamic shrines in
East Jerusalem, last
January.

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Friday, March 16, 1984 59

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Lebanese
Christians
Are Topic

Hannah Karbal, left, presented Akiva's Aishet
Chayil award to Sadye K. Forman, right, at Akiva
Hebrew Day School's 20th anniversary banquet at
"An Overview of the
Cong. Shaarey Zedek. At the dinner, Avital
Shcharansky, center, wife of Prisoner of Zion Anatoly Lebanese Christian Com-
Shcharansky, made an emotional appeal for all Soviet munity" will be presented
at 10 a.m. March 25 in
Jews as well as for her husband's release.
Handleman Hall of Temple
Beth El. Breakfast will be
served at 9:30 a.m.
Speakers will be Dr. An-
toine Sassine, chairman,
Canadian Lebanese
The drama division of the .
League; and Marcel Hage,
Cong. Shaarey Zedek Cul-
chairman, American
tural Commission, under
Lebanese League.
the chairmanship of Phyllis
The program is sponsored
Zieve Friedman, will begin
by the American Jewish
a three-part film series at 8
Committee, Jewish Com-
p.m. April 5 in the Morris
munity Council of Met-
Adler Hall of the
ropolitan Detroit and the
synagogue.
temple. Cooperating organ-
On April 5, "Zubin Mehta
izations include the Ameri-
and the Israel Philharmonic
can Jewish Congress,
Orchestra" and "Passover
Anti-Defamation League of
With Jan Peerce" will be
Bnai Brith and the Jewish
shown.
Labor Committee.
At 8 p.m. April 12, the
For information, call the
ZUBIN MEHTA
feature will be "The House
Jewish Community Coun-
on Chelouche Street." On tures of Rabbi Jacob" will be
cil, 962-1880. There is a
April 19, "The Mad Adven- the feature.
charge for breakfast.
The Hermelin-Weinberg
Family will sponsor the
series. Helping with the ar- Church for Old
rangements are: Dr. George
Blum, Delores Fishman, City Gets OK
Henrietta Weinberg, Beryl
JERUSALEM (JNI) — A
Winkelman and Mrs. Mor- Jerusalem municipal plan-
ris Adler, adviser.
ning body has taken the
Charlene Beck and first step in approving one of
Carole Lasser are responsi- the largest church construc-
ble for the art work. Dr. tion projects on the century
Samuel Stulberg is chair- in the Old City.
man of the commission.
The local planning sub-
Linda Zalla and Ur. Paul committee approved the
Gold are co-chairmen. Wal- construction of a center for
ter L. Field is founding the Greek Orthodox
JAN PEERCE
chairman.
Church.

Zubin Mehta, Jan Peerce
in Films at Shaarey Zedek



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