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August 03, 1984 - Image 1

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-08-03

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THE KLAU LICHARY
H.U.C.-J.I.R. CINCINNATI

-Dearborn meeting spews propaganda 14
Should the U.S. copy Israel's censorship? 25
Hometown hopefuls aim for the Maccabia Youth Games 88

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SERVING DETROIT'S METROPOLITAN JEWISH COMMUNITY

AUGUST 3, 1984

Fisher to be
cited here
at national
ZOA meeting

Labor Party leaders Shimon Peres, Yitzhak Rabin, Yitzhak Hawn and Haim Bar-Leu map strategy.

Likud and Labor are vying for control

Jerusalem (JTA) — Under a
thick veil of secrecy, leaders of Likud
and the Labor Alignment met Wed-
= nesday for four hours to discuss the
possibility of establishing a national
'unity government, with no substan-
tive results.
Leaders of both parties agreed to
meet again Thursday to focus on so-
and economic issues. Even as the
• Likud and Alignment leaders met at
the King David Hotel, they also con-
tinued their consultationwith the
smaller parties in an effort by each of
the two major parties to convince
President Chaim Herzog that it had

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the required majority to form a gov-
ernment.
A joint communique issued by
Likud and the Alignment at the end
of their meeting Wednesday merely
mentioned that they agreed in prin-
ciple that there was a need for a na-
tional unity government. The discus-

sion was described as "a meeting for
clarifications." There was no men-
tion of the contents of the talks or
whether there was any progress
toward the formation of a new coali-
tion. Earlier, both Premier Yitzhak
Shamir and Labor Party leader Shi-

The Justice Louis D.• Brandeis
Award, the Zionist Organization of
America's highest citation, will be
presented to Max Fisher Aug. 19 at
the Ramada Inn, Southfield.
Louis Herman, president of the
Metropolitan Detroit ZOA, and Dr.
and Mrs. Sidney Z. Leib, co-chairmen
of the planning committee, an
nounced that Fisher will be honored
as part of the ZOA's National Execu-
tive Cominittee meetings.
Fisher, a past president of De-
troit's Jewish Welfare Federation
and a past chairman of the Council of
Jewish Federations and the Jewish
Agency for Israel, is being cited for
"Zionist commitment- and selfless-
service to the American Jewish
community."
The ZOA NEC sessions will in-
clude an Oneg Shabbat Aug. 17;
opening session 8 p.m. Aug. 18, and
morning sessions and luncheon Aug.
19.
The opening session Aug. 18 will

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House OKs equal access,
school prayer measures

Washington (JTA) — Jewish
leaders reacted with shock and dis-
may to the unexpected passage last
week by the House of Representa-
tives of a measure to allow moments
of individual silent prayer in, public
schools. The measure was passed
overwhelmingly after House mem-
bers had defeated by a narrow mar-
gin a stronger Republican-sponsored
proposal to allow spoken prayer in
school classrooms, and came just one
day after the House approved "equal
access," permitting religious groups
to meet in public high schools.
The school prayer issue was
brought,up Thursday during routine
004,0, on ,a, $1.32 billion, education

package. At first, Democrats rejected
a proposal to cut off Federal funds to
any state or school district prohibit-
ing voluntary spoken prayer."
Afterwards, the House approved
legislation prohibiting a state or
school district from denying "indi-
viduals in public schools the oppor-
tunity to participate in moments of
silent prayer."
The education bill was approved
307 to 85 with the prayer amendment
attached and now goes to the Senate.
A spokesman at the American
Jewish Congress office in Washing-
ton said that "technically the bill can
go to conference now because it is

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Hebrew University President Don
Patinkin, left, is shown presenting an
honorary doctorate to Detroiter Max
Fisher during convocation ceremonies
July 1 on the Mt. Scopus campus.

be held' at 8 p.m. at the Zionist Cul-
tural Center. ZOA National
President Alleck A. Resnick will de-
liver the keynote address and Rep.
Howard Wolpe (D-Lansing) will be
the guest speaker.
Sunday's sessions at the hotel
will include morning meetings, the
Fisher tribute luncheon and an af-
terliooil meeting.. „ „..

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