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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-08-23

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Friday, August 23, 1985 3

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Jewish weaknesses which must
be corrected.
Nevertheless, the charges and
the fears have become mean in-
vitations to violent protests and
condemnations of the admired
Jerusalem Mayor Teddy Kollek,
who sees no reason for prejudic-
ing the people against Mormons.
Now the matter is front-page
copy on a universal basis. That's

'what happens when disputes

arise in the State of Israel.
Him should an unprejudiced
Jew and an affected Israeli re-
act? Here is one answer that
will surely be challenged in the
ranks of the panicked:
If it were true that proselytiz-
ing becomes a danger in a
Jewish state, then the protests
must be of Jews to Jews and not
to intruding elements in the Is-
raeli population. If there is fear
that Judaism can not hold out
against tempters in a Jewish
environment, then the Jewish
environmentalists have much to
atone for, even on a smaller
scale. If a Jewish family, in a
Jewish environment feels inse-
cure from appeals to other
faiths, then it is that Jewish
home and not the Christian or
Moslem tempter who has to
apologize.
In reality, there is very little
to fear from an element bent on
cultural aims, becoming the re-
searchers and students of his-
tory and religion in the Jewish
state. On the contrary, they
should be welcomed!

Linking Michigan's
Peninsulks

Barn Cohodas

"Mister Sam" is generating
echoes on a scale that reaches
Jerusalem, inspires birthday
parties in the Greater Detroit
area and in Marquette and
makes him an internationally
recognized nonagenarian.
The two thousand expected at
the dinner in his honor, the
scores here and the many who
acclaim him attest to the uni-
versality of the man who began,
from scratch, to build an Upper
Michigan economic and finan-
dial empire evidences the influp
once that extend southward to
Metropolitan Detroit, In the
process he virtually lined the
two peninsulas in his devotions
in the laet two sore years to
iistakk, Mines, primarily the
Therefore the Ho.
University in Jerusalem
Univer-
Stibilf9

sity in Marquette became the
notable tasks in his linking
northern and southern Michigan
and the two with Israel.
Therefore, the "Mister Sam"
that distinguishes him among
his fellow citizens is a sort of an
ecumenim, while his dedicated
efforts in support of educational
institutions in the United States
and Israel make him a chief in-
stigator for higher learning. It is
not surprising, therefore, that
he continues to play important
roles in support of Israel Bonds
as well as United Jewish Appeal
and in numerous interfaith
causes.
Wherever one turns in the
northern peninsula, there are
signs acclaiming "Mister Sam"
at 90. That's how it has been in
the decades proceding, this im-
portant birthday. The cheers are
well earned, "Mister Sam."

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ment will accept" the Palestine
Liberation Organization as part
of a Middle East negotiating
team and emphasized that Israel
would not be influenced by its
allies in reaching an agreement
with its Arab neighbors,

Ulpan Opens

Jerusalem —Israel's largest
summer ulpan (Hebrew lan-
guage instruction program)
waned at the Rothberg School
for Overseas 13tudents of the
of
Hebrew University
Jerusalem, with an enrollment
of some 160 student* from all
over the world, including some
from the Far East, well as

Ethiopian immigrants.

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U.S. Support
Promised ,

New York (JTA) — A Wash-
ington legislator said that in
order for Israel to exist, it is "vi-
tal that the assistance of the
U.S. be increased for the next
fiscal year." Sen. Arlen Specter
(R-Pa.) addressing some 3,000
delegates attending the 71st an-
nual national convention of
Hadassah, which is also mark-
ing its 73rd anniversary, stated
that the U.S. plans to raise its
aid to Israel from last year's
$2.6 billion to 4.5 billion.
"As long as we possess a good
set of lungs, sturdy legs, and the
capacity to fight," the U.S. will
make sure that Israel is secure,
Specter said. At the same time,
he stated, it is "vital the U.S:
not sell arms to Arab nations."
Specter, a member of the
Foreign Operations Appropria-
tions Subcommittee, said that
Israel's allies in Congress will
attempt to block further sales of
U.S. arms to Israel's Arab
neighbors, and added that Arab
nations hostile to Israel must
accept the ties between that na-
tion and the U.S. as a prerequis-
ite to establishing better rela-
tions with the United States.
Addressing the same session,
Israel's ambassador to the
United States, Meir Rosenne, af-
firmed that "no Israeli govern-

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