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with family activities .
after a vandalism incident
over Passover, classes at
Yeshivah Beth Yehudah
resume . . . the Eucu-
menical Institute for Jewish-
Christian Studies is in danger
of closing due to lack of
funds . . . As the Jewish
Welfare Federation Women's
Division celebrates its 40th
anniversary, Marlene Borman
is elected president . . . at
the Holocaust Memorial
Academy, sponsored by Sha-
aHt Haplaytah, Father John
Pawlikowski receives the
"Righteous Among the Na-
tions of the World Award" for
his work at furthering
Jewish-Christian dialogue
. . . temple Beth El's Young
Peoples Society celebrates its
100th birthday with actor
Theodore Bikel providing
entertainment for the even-
ing . . . Mayor Coleman
Young speaks on black-Jew-
ish relations at the Jewish
Community Council delegate
assembly at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek . . . in remembrance
of the 41st anniversary after
Aushwitz and the 43rd corn-
.memoration of the Warsaw
Ghetto Uprising, the City of
Southfield and the Holocaust
Memorial Center holds a
Holocaust observance . . .
Cong. Shaarey Zedek hosts
Yom Hazikaron program . .
Russian refuseniks Drs.
Grigory and Isai Goldstein,
his wife Elizabeta and son
Avi, who immigrated to the
United States in March,
speak at Jerusalem Day, held
at Southfield-Lathrup High
School . . .

June

Kurt Waldheim is elected
president of Austria; Israel
calls home its ambassador

in protest . . . Saudi arms deal
passes by slimmist margin
with the Senate voting 66 to
34 to sustain Reagan's veto of
the Congressional resolution
rejecting the sale, one vote
short of the two-thirds need-
ed to override the veto .. .
Bitterness between ultra-
religious and secular Jews in
Israel breaks out in violence.
Ultra-Orthodox set fire and
deface bus stops displaying
advertisements featuring
scantily-clad women; secular-
ists burn down a synagogue
. . . Thnsion between Washing-
ton and Jerusalem increases
over whether or not Israel is
cooperating fully with
America's investigation of the
Pollard spy case ...
JWB chaplaincy group splits
over appointing a female, as
Orthodox group leaves, say-
ing Reform group broke the
long-standing rules . . . Presi-
dent Reagan announces re-
tirement of Warren Burger
and intention to replace him
with William Rehnquist as
chief justice of the Supreme
Court . . . The Jewish Agency,
meeting in Jerusalem, con-
demns as "scurrilous" the il-
lustrations in a pamphlet,
distributed by the DETROIT
JEWISH NEWS. in its series on
the Jewish Agency-WZO. The
five-part series, commis-
sioned by the Jewish Times
and entitled "Where Do All
Our Dollars Go?", causes an
international furor over its
criticism of the Jewish
Agency-WZO, but particular-
ly for the accompanying car-
toons ... Jewish Agency
votes to stop funding non-
Zionist educational institu-
tions ... Israel's new-
generation military jet
fighter, the Lavi, is criticized
as too costly by the Pentagon,
which fears it may be stuck

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