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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-05-04

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, May 4, 1984

NEWS

AVERY J. MURAV, D.D.S.

is pleased to welcome

"ROBIN" MENDELSOHN REZNICK

Not moving embassy an insult

BY KENNETH J. BAILKIN
National Chairman,
Anti-Defamation League
of B'nai B'rith
It is astonishing that 36

years after the rebirth of the
State of Israel, our nation
still does not maintain its
embassy in Israel in the cap-
ital city, Jerusalem. Con-
sidering the fact that the
's respects the sovereign
L-Aoice of selecting one's cap-
ital and the location of
foreign embassies in every
other nation on earth —
even the U.S. Embassy in
East Germany is located in
East Berlin despite the con-
troversial nature of that
city — Israel is in effect re-
ceiving "least-favored na-
tion" treatment.
Equally astonishing is
the statement by Secretary
of State George Shultz
made in a letter to the Se-
nate Foreign Relations
Committee (New York
Times, March 11) that the
U.S. Embassy should not be
moved to Jerusalem be-
cause it could provoke a
wave of anti-American vio-
lence in the Islamic world.
The remark is strange as
it comes from the top foreign
policy representative of an

REGISTERED DENTAL HYGIENIST

In The Practice Of Family Dentistry

Administration
char- the U.S. for strength and
acterized by and priding it- support even as we main-
self in its refusal to be in- tain good relations with Is-
timidated, blackmailed, rael.
cowered by threats of terror
When U.S.-Israeli stra-
and violence. Indeed, now to
oppose the Congressional tegic cooperation developed
bills calling for the embassy in January there was
to be moved to Jerusalem is the expected chorus of boos
to invite a host of further from the Arab world, but it
threats from the Islamic in no way changed the basic
attitude of Arab conserva-
world.
As I noted in testimony tives towards the. U.S. They
before the Senate Foreign need America, a strong
Relations Committee on America, and won't let their
Feb. 23 on behalf of the unhappiness on strategic
American Jewish commu- cooperation stand in the
nity, fear of adverse Arab way despite the public out-
reaction to close U.S.-Israeli cry.
relations has far too long
A U.S. decision to move
unnecessarily paralyzed
the embassy to Jerusalem
U.S. Middle East policy. would not only be long over-
The entire history of the
due and fair, but it would be
region since the rebirth of an important and logical
Israel runs counter to the
followup to the strategic
notion that U.S. influence is cooperation move.
hurt by ties to Israel.
The radicals as Henry
For the sake of America,
Kissinger has repeatedly Israel, and a little sanity in
noted, need no Israel excuse the region, the time has
to oppose America. The con- come to move the American
servatives — Egypt, Jor- embassy to Jerusalem.
dan, and Saudi Arabia — all
have continued to look to Copyright 1984, JTA, Inc.

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In Honor of National Volunteer Week

May 6-12, 1984

The Auxiliary Jewish Home for Aged Recognizes and Says

"TODAH RABAH "

To Its Dedicated Volunteer Corps

Carole Aaron
Bess Altman
Jean Arkin
Barbara Aronow
Mollie Aston
Deanna Averbuch
Hilda August
Ella Balamut
Paula Clark Bari!
Rochelle Barr
Rhea Bass
Ola Beck
Ethel Benach
Jennie Benigsohn
Esther Benson
Morris Berk
Ruth Berkley
Dorothy Berkowitz
Isabel Berlin
Harry Berlin
Jack Berlin
Sara Berlin
Zena Berman
Gert Bernstein
Al Best
Vivian Best
Pearl Bez
Marilyn Bick
Edith Black
Harold Black
Sarah Bloom
Linda Bodzin
Sybil Bodzin
Gloria Bookstein
Lenore Braude
Mary Brawer
Betty Brodsky
Mae Brooks
Ellen Burnstein
Sam Burnstein
Stella Canner
Byron Canvasser
Maxine Canvasser
Carole Caplan

lbolya Centeri
Neil Chapin

Esther Chernoff
Mary Cohan
Ethel Cohen
Lillian Fealk Cohen
Mrs. Ray Cohen
Miriam Colburn
Ruth Colvin
Diane Colton
Faye Coven
Eva Davidson
Miriam Davis
Elbert Diamond
Molly Diamond
Stevie Dorfman
Libby Dussault
Ethel Dworkin
Florence Eisenberg
Ann Eisler
Ann Faigin
Bertha Farber
Bertha Feinberg
Ann Feinstein
Marlene Feld
Grace Finkel
Florence Fishman
Gertrude Fishman
Marilyn Fishman
Sheldon Fishman
Sharon Fleischman
Judy Freedman
Tanie Freedman
Henry Friedman
David Fritz
Estelle Galper
Roza Garber
Sedelle Gilbert
Jerome Glen
Susan Goldman
Judy Goldstein
Shirley Goodman
Anne Goodwin
Rhea Gordon

Sally Greenwald
Beverly Grossman
Barbara Gutenberg
Sandra Hertz
Olga Hirsh
Gertrude Hirschman
Eileen Hoberman
Joan Jacobs
Ruth Jaslow
Ethel Jeross
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Rose Kales
Ida Karbal
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Lillian Katz
Bea Katzman
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Celia Klegman
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Millie Kovan .
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Mae Krass
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Irving Kushner
Irene Label!
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Ann Lasser
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Sally Lax
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Dorothy Lepafsky
Elaine Lesser
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Julie Levy
Rose Levy

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Ethel Lewis
Buena Lichter
Rose Liebergott
Fay Luchtan
Ann Lullove
Midge Lusardi -
Eva Maister
Ruth Malerman
Ella Marcus
Geri Margolis
Marilyn Markel
Lenore Marwil
Sylvia May
Celia Meisner
Esther Melton
Esther Mendelsohn
Anne Mentzel
Leon Messenger
Carol Metzger
Anna Mickel
Jacqueline Milgrom
Margaret Miller
Zelda Miller
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Phil Mirvis
Olga Mogel
Ruth Naft
Ruth Nathanson
Ilene Nemer
Mildred Neumark
Eve Newman
Max Nosanchuck
Clara Ordin
Barbara Papo
Anne Pasick
Elly Passer
Betty Passman
Rose Pechenick
Ruth Pfeifer
Myrtle Phillips,

Sarah Pollack
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Gert Pritz
Hy Pritz
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Miriam Sandweiss
Phyllis Schaap
Diane Scholnick
Fay Schwartz
Alfred Schwartzenfeld
Rachel Schwartzenfeld
Jessie Shapero
Pauline Shapiro
Jack Sherer
Sadye Sherman
Rose Shore
Charlotte Siegel

Emma Silverman
Karen Singer
Dr. Norval Slobin
Sonia Smith
Selma Snider
Jeff Sobel
Ann Sorkin
Ida Soskin
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Ruth Stober
Dorothy Storchan
Jack Strickstein
Paula Strickstein
Mollie Sukenic
Dorothy Superstine
Thomas Tannis
Joe Tanzlaar
Marcia Tanzman
Mary Tarnow
Kay Topor
Gloria Traitel
Norma Tureff
Kitty Wallace
Ruth Wayne
Herb Weberman
Joyce Weberman
Anne Wedes
Connie Weinberg
Ann Weinberger
Roz Weiner
Lee Weingarten
Charles Weiss
Elaine Weiss
Lillian Weiss
Rabbi Richard Weiss
Maureen Williams
Madalin Woolsey
Ida Wright
Pauline Yager
Edith Zaffern
Fran Zakalik
Mary Zamek
Shirley Zeldes
Esther Ziegelman
Gary Zieger
Leah Zwick

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