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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-01-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, January 25, 1985

NEWS

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Tel Aviv (JTA) — The Israel
Defense Force (IDF) began the
first stage of its evacuation of
south Lebanon Sunday a
pullback from the coastal town of
Sidon and its environs to a new
line along the Litani River.
A fleet of heavy army trucks ar-
rived in Sidon to begin loading
military material and equipment,
some of which will be offloaded at
the Litani line and the rest
brought back to Israel. A senior
officer said Sunday that the
equipment move would not affect
the operational capabilities of the
IDF units but the soldiers might
experience some discomfort be-
cause of the removal of heating
appliances and othei amenities.
The Cabinet, by a vote of 16-6
last Monday, approved a plan for
the three-stage withdrawal of the
IDF from Lebanon. The first
stage, which just commenced, is
expected to be completed by the
middle of next month. There is no
timetable for the later two stages.
The IDF is pulling out sys-

SINGLES

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COMMUNITY NETWORK
FOR JEWISH SINGLES will
have an Oneg Shabbat and dis-
cussion on "The Vanishing
American Jew" at 8:30 p.m. today
at Cong. Shaarey Zedek. Admis-
sion is free, and refreshments will
be served
"Effective Communication
Skills" is the topic of a free orien-
tation to be held 7:30 p.m. Feb. 19
at the main Jewish Community
Center. All are invited. For in-
formation, call the CNJS, 661-
1000, ext. 219.
The Chai Singles Ski Club
meets at 9:45 a.m. Sundays at the
Beech Woods Golf Course in
Southfield. There is a fee.

SINGLES 2, a special program
for Jewish singles age 40 to 55 will
visit the Golden Bowl Restaurant
in Oak Park on Feb. 13 at 7 p.m.
for a Chinese dinner.
There is a registration fee
which will go toward the cost of
each dinner. To register, send
checks payable to Singles 2, to
Fern Ettinger 28595 San Carlos,
Southfield 48076 by Feb. 8. For
information, call Ms. Ettinger,
356-6336.

26325 Twelve Mile Rd.
Southfield, Michigan 48034

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tematically according to detailed
orders issued by the northern
command. But the soldiers face
harassment as they gradually
withdraw from Lebanese terri-
tory.
Two Katyusha rocket laun-
chers were discovered last Friday
in south Lebanon, about three
kilometers north of the Israeli
town of Metullah. They were
aimed at targets in Upper Galilee.
Jewish settlers in that region are
anxious and understandably
nervous.
U.S. Secretary of State George
Shultz, in a personal message to
Premier Shimon Peres, welcomed
the Cabinet's decision on the
withdrawal.
The message, in which Shultz
expressed hope that the with-
drawal would be accompanied by
political agreements between Is-
rael and Lebanon was conveyed to
Peres by U.S. Ambassador
Samuel Lewis last week. Peres
explained to the American envoy
the nature of the three-stage
withdrawal, the first stage of
which is expected to be completed
in five weeks.
He stressed that the with-
drawal will be gradual and will
enable the orderly transfer of the
territories evacuated by the IDF
to the Lebanese authorities and to

Teen College Student
Programs Are Offered

Nine different Israel summer
programs for high-school and col-
lege students sponsored by
Masada, the youth movement of
the Zionist Organization of
America, have been announced by
Leonard Herman, president of
M
_ etro Detroit ZOA.
The Masada Israel programs
now in their 23rd year, offer a
variety of program options for
persons age 13 to 23. A special
feature of the 1985 summer pro-
grams will be the six weeks' sports
experience linked to the 1985
Maccabiah Games.
Other programs include the
teenage camp for teens age 13 and
14, the bar and bat mitzvah pro-

Talmud Dinner

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The death of the 38-year-old
career officer from Zichron
Yaacov brought to 607 the
number of fatalities sustained by
the IDF since it invaded Lebanon
in June 1982. Col Elran was mor-
tally wounded when he went to
investigate the scene of two road-
side explosions that had taken the
lives of two Israeli soldiers and
wounded two others.
Medical officers treated Col. El-
ran, who was hit by an explosive
charge, on the spot where he re-
mained for several hours until a
helicopter evacuated him to a
Haifa hospital. His condition was
listed as critical and remained so
until his death.

LOCAL NEWS

SYNAGOGUE

JEWISH SINGLES
SEARCHING FOR SOMEONE?

the United Nations Interim force
in Lebanon (UNIFIL), and con-
tinuation of the negotiations with
the Lebanese government.
On Wednesday, the two sides
resumed talks at Nakura, with
the Lebanese offering to accept
the deployment of UNIFIL forces
along the Awali River if Israel
agreed to release a detailed
timetable for the Withdrawal.
Meanwhile, Col. Avraham El-
ran, severely wounded in south
Lebanon last Monday, died at a
Haifa hospital Jan. 17 and was
buried at Rishon LeZion last Fri-
day.

The Council of Orthodox Rabbis
is sponsoring a dinner marking
the conclusion of studying the
Talmud's "Seder Moed" and the
beginning of "Seder Noshim." The
dinner will be held 6:30 p.m. Sun-
day, at Cong. Shomrey Emunah.
For information, call the council,
559-5005.
Talmud study groups meet
daily at Cong. Dovid Ben-Nochim,
Cong. Beth Tefilo Emanuel Tik-
vah, Cong. Bnai Israel Beth
Yehudah, Cong. Shomrey
Emunah, Yeshivath Gedolah and
Kollel Institute.

gram at the Western Wall in
Jerusalem, the teenage tour
geared to extensive sightseeing
and exploration of "Jewish roots,"
the leadership training course de-
signed to train the young Jewish
leaders of tomorrow through in-
tensive seminars and study work-
shops, the kibbutz experience,
combining touring and living and
working on a kibbutz, the student
tour and the college seminar pro-
gram for mature college and
post-college students, showing an
interest in Zionism and Jewish af-
fairs, and the Maccabi Sports pro-
gram, highlighting diverse ath-
letic and sports activities includ-
ing tennis, basketball, scuba di-
ving.
All programs are professionally
supervised by a trained English-
speaking staff and kosher food
and medical services are pro-
vided. Scholarship assistance is
available through Metro Detroit
ZOA. For brochure and informa-
tion, call Metro Detroit ZOA,
569-1515.

Hebrew Ulpan
Begins Tuesday

Machon L`Torah Torah Center
will begin an eight-week Hebrew
Ulpan for students of all ages at 7
p.m. Tuesday at Cong. Beth Tefilo
Emanuel Tikvah.
Shaul Broner will be the in-
structor. For information, call
Machon L`Torah, 968-4835 or

968-1679.

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