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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-08-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, August 30, 1985 37

National Council of Jewish Women
Greater Detroit Section

Farrakhan, Kahane Hit

New York (JTA) — Calling
both Louis Farrakhan and Rabbi
Meir Kahane "cancers on the body
politic," the Washington repre-
sentative of the American Jewish
Committee today urged Black
leaders to denounce Farrakhan in
much the same way that Jewish
leaders have denounced Kahane.
Speaking before the Hadassah
national convention, Hyman
Bookbinder said that Farrakhan
and Kahane had no common goals
but had "much in common in their
basic intolerance and their basic
rejection of the democratic proc-
ess."
Meanwhile, the Jewish Defense
Organization denied responsibil-
ity for the fatal bombing of alleged
nazi war criminal Tom Soob-
zokov. Soobzokov, who according
to the Simon Wiesenthal Center
in Los Angeles, was a lieutenant
in the Waffen SS during the war
in a division that committed at-
rocities against Jews in Russia is
responsible for the death of nearly
100,000 Jews.

Galilee Attack

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Three
Katyusha rockets were fired
into the Galilee panhandle from
south Lebanon in two separate
incidents last weekend. There
were no casualties, but some
damage as one of the rockets
landed in a field and started a
brush fire.
Three Katyusha rockets have
landed in the Galilee since the Is-
rael Defense Force withdrew from
Lebanon earlier this year. Also,
Katyushas aimed toward Israel
have been discovered by the
Israel-backed South Lebanon
Army (SLA) inside the security
zone in south Lebanon. SLA
soldiers dismantled them before
they were used.
One of the Katyusha rockets
that landed in the Galilee
panhandle Sunday was reported
at first to have been aimed from
within the security zone in south
Lebanon. But the IDF northern
command revised that report and
said it had been fired from outside
the zone, from an area in which
both the Shiite Amal organization
and the United Nations forces
were active.

Labor-Likud
Rift Growing

Jerusalem (JTA) — Premier
Shimon Peres, and Vice Premier
Yitzhak Shamir met Friday in
Jerusalem to discuss the bitter
exchanges between Likud and
Labor ministers over the past
week.
Much of the discussion, which
took place at Peres' private resi-
dence, was devoted to the espe-
cially harsh criticism voiced by
Minister Ariel Sharon against
Labor. Peres said he could not
think of any other example of a
minister who talked that way
about his own government.
This latest deterioration in the
relations between the two main
partners , in the national unity
. .

cordially invites you to its

Paid Up Membership Luncheon

government began earlier this
month at an Inner Cabinet ses-
sion, which discussed the flat pur-
chased by Jews in the Hebron
Casba. At the height of the argu-
ment, Shamir told Peres: "Noth-
ing makes you more angry than a
Jewish settlement," adding, "you
are conducting a white paper pol-
icy!,

Cracow
Bar Mitzvah

New York (JTA) — On Sep-
tember 7, the Jews of Cracow, Po-
land, will celebrate their first Bar
Mitzvah in 35 years. The Bar
Mitzvah boy will be Eric Strom,
an eighth-grader from Stamford,
Conn. Eric, his family, and their
rabbi will make the journey to
Cracow because of a request from
the leader of the Jewish commu-
nity there: "Send us a Bar
Mitzvah. Send us life," the
Cracow Jewish leader said.

Cable Car
Dispute

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Interior
Minister Yitzhak Peretz, of the
religious Shas Party, has ordered
Haifa Labor Party's Mayor Arye
Gurel to halt the planned opera-
tion of the new Mount Carmel
cable car from Stella Maris to the
seashore on Saturdays and holi-
days.
But Gerul insisted this week
that eliminating the operation on
the Sabbath and holiday would
render the enterprise uneco-
nomical and would make it dif-
ficult to find investors for the
project. Peretz contended, how-
ever, during a visit to Haifa, that
economic considerations pale into
insignificance in the face of Sab-
bath observance.
He said that "that effect of a
week-day only operation should
have been taken into considera-
tion when the plans were first
drawn up" for the Swigs-made,
ball-like gondolas to take tourists
and local residents up and down
the mountainside.

Tolerance
Conference

Washington (JTA) — Rabbi Ar-
thur Schneier, president of the
Appeal of Conscience Foundation,
proposed a summit conference of
religious leaders from throughout
the world to help stem the spread
of religious fanaticism which is
causing intolerance, terror and
persecution.
"The purpose of such a confer-
ence would be not to discuss theol-
ogy but rather tolerance and re-
spect for differences — how to
seek it, how to teach it, how by
precept an example, to practice
it," he told reporters at the Na-
tional Press Club.
Rabbi Schneier said that the
Appeal of Conscience Foundation,
which seeks to promote religious
freedom throughout the world,
would set up a 12-member steer-
ing committee by the end of the
year to organize the. conference
which he hopes would be held in
1986.

, 414.1

featuring

Jane Brody

America's most trusted health writer, na-
tionally syndicated columnist and author of
"The New York Times Guide to Personal
Health" will speak on "Living Your Life and
Enjoying Every Minute of It"

•Tuesday, September 10, 1985
•Adat Shalom Synagogue
29901 Middlebelt, Farmington Hills
• 11:30 Registration . . . Luncheon promptly at noon
• Luncheon $10 (You must be a paid-up member to attend.)

For reservations call 258-6000. Reservations must be
received by Wednesday, September 4.

NCJW GREATER DETROIT SECTION

Dedicated to meeting human needs and improving the quality of life for people of all ages,
races and religious backgrounds.

COMMUNITY SERVICES

ACCESS GUIDE: a tri-county directory of facilities for handicappers and the elderly.
BURN PREVENTION: utilizes an animated film strip and colorful brochure to alert

pre-school children to the dangers of heat and fire.

EDUCATION ASSISTANCE: awards interest free loans and grants to needy Jewish
students for undergraduate and graduate studies.

FEDERATION APARTMENTS SHOPPING BUS:

dents to take weekly shopping trips.

L.A.W. (Legal Alternatives for Women): provides information and support to
victims of domestic violence. Co-sponsored with NCJW Business and Professional Branch.

MEALS ON WHEELS: provides two kosher meals packed and delivered to homebound
individuals five days a week by volunteers.

ORCHARDS CHILDREN'S SERVICES:

for emotionally disturbed ckildren. Three
group residences, summer day camp, specialized and generic foster care, adoption services
and education programs for the general community.

SERVICE TO FOREIGN BORN: locates missing relatives through HIAS.
SPACE: meets the needs of the separated, widowed and divorced (and their families)

through support groups, workshops and retreats.

VICTIM SERVICE COUNCIL:

crime.

offers support and referral assistance to victims of

Help support Council's many projects by donating to Council Thrift Shops and Fashion Spree. The Thrift Shops are
located at:
16921 Livernois, Detroit
1221 E. Lincoln, Royal Oak
Fashion Spree Depot
23121 Coolidge, Oak Park

Contributions are tax deductible — for truck pick-up call: 258-6000.

I wish to become a member of NCJW

Name

Spouse

Address

City

State

Phone




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Annual Dues ($18.00) enclosed
Please bill me

❑ Life membership ($200.00) enclosed
❑ 'Please bill me $25.00 four times a year for two years

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