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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-05-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, May 3, 1985

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needed has been rendered by
one who is above us all."
"And it isn'tgoing there to
honor anyone," Reagan con-
tinued. "It's going there sim-
ply to, in that surrounding,
more visibly bring to the
people an awareness of the
great reconciliation that has
taken place and as I've said be-
fore, too many times I guess,
the need to remember in the
sense of be _ ing pledged to never
letting it happen again."
The President also said he
did not believe the visit "has
affected a majority of people
here." He obliquely referred to
a survey conducted last week
for the. Administration by
pollster Richard Wirthlin
showing public opinion
equally divided on whether
Reagan should go to Bitburg.
Reagan also said,
"Shouldn't we look at this
(visit) and recognize that the
unusual thing that has hap-
pened, that in these 40 years
since the end of the war, the
end of the tragedy of the
Holocaust, we have become
friends that we are and use
this occasion to make it plain
that never again must we find
ourselves enemies, and never
again must there be anything
like the Holocaust."

Metzenbaum
Seeks Activism

Washington (JTA) — Sen.
Howard Metzenbaum (D-Ohio)
warned a group promoting the
separation of religion and state
last week that opponents of
prayer in public schools would
have little chance in Congress if
they didn't do more to counter
conservative pressure.
In a luncheon address to the
National Coalition for Public
Education and Religious Liberty
(PEARL), Metzenbaum lauded
the efforts of the group which has
been active in opposing attempts
in Congress to permit religious
activities in public schools. But he
warned that conservative lobby-
ing is so effective that they must
take a more vocal stance.
"I want you to get off your butts,
get off your hands. I want you to
become agitators, activists, in-
volved, committed, concerned and
fighting for those issues that we
believe in," Metzenbaum said.
Metzenbaum is one of the 11
senators who voted against a bill
adopted by Congress last June
permitting the use of public school
facilities for student-initiated
religious activities. Passage of the
bill followed shortly after conser-
vative legislators, endorsed by the
Reagan Administration, failed to
win legislation introducing a
period of silence, voluntary
prayer or meditation into the
school curriculum.

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31sT Annual Hebrew Music Festival

JEWISH WOMEN COMPOSERS AND PERFORMERS

Elizabeth Rowin, Violinist • The Rosner Trio
A Special Tribute to Emma Lazarus • The Statute of Liberty

The Cantata Academy of Metropolitan Detroit
Directed by Frederick Bellinger

Four TempleJ3eth El Choirs
Directed by Mrs. Jason Tickton

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Rabbis Dannel Schwartz & Norman Roman • Narrators
Prof. Jason Tickton • Music Director and Organist

THE ROSNER TRIO

THE CANTATA ACADEMY

ELIZABETH ROWIN

FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 10, 1985 AT 8:30 P.M.

SPONSORED BY: THE SANDRA T. BLOOM MEMORIAL MUSIC FUND

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