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August 24, 1984 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-08-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

BNAI BRITH .

TROY JEWISH. CONGREGATION

Membership Picnic
11:00 A.M.
August 26, 1984

Dinner kicks off BB drive

Nathan D. Rubenstein,
Detroit B'nai B'rith Found-
ation chairman, announced
that the B'nai B'rith Youth
Services Appeal Campaign
kick-off dinner will take
place at . 6 p.m. Sept. 11 at
Adat Shalom Synagogue.
The campaign, Which
began Aug. 1, will run
through Dec. 31. The goal is
$250,000. The beneficiary of
the campaign will be the
youth serving agencies
sponsored by B'nai B'rith
International. These agen-
cies, A.Z.A., B.B.G., the
Hillel Foundations on the
college campus and the
B'nai B'rith Career and

Counseling Service, reach
out to tens of thousands of
young people.
Arthur C. Schott is the
associate chairman for the
campaign kick-off dinner.
The committee members
are: David Bittker, Floyd
Bornstein, Louis Weber,
Gerald Corlin, David
Levine, Sol Moss, Harold
Zuker • Mark Segal, Ernest
Shaw, Milton Weinstein,
Oscar Tuttleman, Alex
.Ornstein and Ralph Miller.
For information and re-
servaations, contact the
B'nai B'rith Foundation
Office, 552-8070.

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United Nations (JTA) —
Diplomats at the United
Nations say that the Arabs
will concentrate their at-
tack on Israel during the
upcom
ing 39th session of
the General Assembly on
two issues: Israel's. contin-
ued occupation of south
Lebanon and Israel's re-
fusal to join an interna-
tional peace conference,
with the Palestine Libera-
tion Organization, to soli%
the Mideast conflict.
The General Assembly is
scheduled to open here Sept:
18 and its agenda is already
crowded with scores of items
on the Mideast conflict and
its ramifications. •
According to the dip-
lomats, the relative quiet
between Israel and its Arab
neighbors in the past year
makes it More difficult for
the Arabs to accelerate
their yearly offensive on Is-
rael in the General Assem-
bly.

Friday, August 24, 1984 35

"They are expected to as- established international
sail Israel for its continued system concerning the
occupation of South Leba- peaceful uses of nuclear
non, but they are likely to energy."
• "Israeli nuclear arma-
draw attention to the sub-
ject only if there is peace ment."
• "Israeli practices af-
and quiet in others parts of
Lebanon. They. will not get fecting the human rights of
the attention of the interna- the population of the occu-
tional community on the pied territories."
• "Israel's decision to
issue of Israel's presence in
south Lebanon while he build a canal linking. the
Lebanese are shooting each Mediterranean Sea to the
other in other parts of the Dead Sea."
country," one diplomat ex-
The major yearly debates
on the question of Palestine
plained.
During the three 'month and the situation in the
assembly, Israel will be Mideast will also serve as
targeted for attacks on platforms for the Arabs and
many issues that have sur- their allies againgt Israel.
faced in previous as- Israel's name is alsocertain
semblies. They include the to be dragged into the de-
following items, as they ap- bate on apartheid, with
pear in the provisional many Arab speakers recal-
agenda of the 39th General ling the 1975 General As-
Asembly.
sembly resolution equating
• "Armed Israeli aggres- Zionism with racism. '
sion against the Iraqi nu-
clear installations 'and its
grave consequences for the AJC project

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tke vtry Arintiaft'on. e glie 14edd

Campers, staff and artists-in-resident Irving Berg of the
Fresh Air Society's Camp Maas attended the recent
dedication of the new donors Sculpture Court.' Names of
FAS donors will be mounted on a sculpture in the court,
which includes a large abstraci'concrete sculpture dedicated
in memory of Executive Director Mr. Michael Zaks, who
initiated the project. If
*ctured at the dedication are, from left:
Joan Rosenbaum, Be , Andy Schlussel, Bert Green, Joel
Lattin, Ryan Osterbec „ David Rankin, Adam Herz, John
Srizallwood and Jeremy Hirsch.

on church-state
separation

New York -- The Ameri-
can Jewish • Cornmittee has
launched a program that it
hopes will "halt the steady
erosion" of the principle of
church-state separation in
the United States.
The Organization's new
Religious Freedom Ethics-
tion'Project will-mount pro-
grams both nationally and
through local AJComtnittee
chapters throughout the'
country in an effort to raise
the leyel of understanding
On the "critical issue," ac-
cording to AJCommittee
vice president David Gor-
dis. "We 'will also seek to
work with a wide variety of
ether groups in promoting
religious pluralism in the
U.S.," Gordin said, while in-'
troducing the program ear-
lier this month.

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