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November 21, 1986 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-11-21

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Jewish Historian
To Speak At SZ

Dr. Abraham J. Karp, one
of this country's foremost his-
torians of the Jewish people
in America, will speak at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek at 11
a.m. Saturday. His topic will
be: "A Hundred Years of
Conservative Judaism: 1886 -
1986." The community is in-
vited.
At a luncheon to follow the
morning service, Rabbi Karp
will discuss From Haven to
Home — The Jewish Experi-
ence in America," and he will
spend Sunday morning with
the high school students talk-
ing about "Jews at College —
Then and Now."
Rabbi Karp's appearance at
Shaarey Zedek is being spon-
sored by Walter and Lea
Field under the aegis of the
synagogue's cultural commis-
sion.

CVO

UN Condemns
Israel Over
South Africa







United Nations (JTA) —
The General Assembly last
week condemned by a large
margin Israel's "increasing
collaboration with the racist
regime of South Africa," and
demanded that Israel ter-
minate "all forms of col-
laboration" with the Pretoria
government.
The vote was 102 to 29 with
26 abstentions. The anti-
Israeli vote, singling Israel
out for alleged military and
economic cooperation with
the apartheid government of
South Africa, was one of
eight resolutions condemning
all aspects of South Africa's
apartheid policies. Israel is
singled out for condemnation
on this issue by the General
Assembly every year as a
result of Arab pressure
despite the fact that Arab
and other countries are
engaged in trade and have
other ties with South Africa.
According to information
distributed by the Israel Mis-
sion here, South Africa im-
ported US $10 billion worth
of oil from the Arab countries,
from 1980 to 1984, in viola-
tion of the 1979 UN oil em-
bargo on South Africa.

JWB Accepts
Scholarship
Requests

New York — The JWB
scholarship program is accep-
ting applications for grants
from qualified graduate
students committed to
careers in the Jewish com-
munity career field.
For information or an ap-
plication form, contact:• Mark
Shore, JWB, 15 E. 26th St.,
New York, NY 10010.

SURGEON GENERAL'S WARNING: Cigarette

Smoke Contains Carbon Monoxide.

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