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November 28, 1986 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-11-28

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Friday, November 28, 1986 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

President Gerald Ford
Ford said.
Ford admitted he was not
informed about the arms
shipments, and said he "vig-
orously opposed" them. How-
ever, he supported the Re-
agan Administration's at-
tempts at opening up new
channels in Iran."
An Iran victory over Iraq
in the Middle east could be
"seriously destabilizing" and
would encourage the Ayatol-
lah to expand his power base.
This, he said, is not in the
best interest of the U.S. and
Israel.
On the topic of the Middle
East, the former President
said he was encouraged by
U.S. and Isaeli cooperation. "I
congratulate (Shimon) Peres
and (Yitzchak) Shamir and
Reagan for achieving and
maintaining this very essen-
tial relationship which is
mandatory for maintaining
Middle East peace, security
and progress, not only for Is-
rael, but for the Arabs as
well."
Referring to terrorism,
President Ford called it an
expanding cancer." He said
there were two "aspects" to
terrorism, that perpetrated
by an individual or dissident
group, and terrorism planned
and executed by govern-
ments. He urged the U.S. in
its fight against terrorism to
try to enlist more cooperation
from "our friends and allies
in Europe."
In his talk at the Fairlane
Manor, the former President
said there was an "absolute
necessity for the separation of
church and state in our coun-
try. There must be no erosion
of this concept."
He "vigorously opposed or-
ganized religion getting in-
volved with organized gov-
ernment," and added that
"we must be alert to make
sure that doesn't happen in
our community, state or na-
tion."

He lauded the Beth
Yehudah Schools as "an im-
portant segment of the non-
public schools in Michigan
and the nation as a whole."
The former President said he
believes in a "pluralistic
school system for our nation,"
adding that it was equally
important to have a quality
system of public education
and, at the same time, "we
equally need a non-public
school system of equality or
even better."
The former President said
he was opposed to a govern-
ment monopoly on education,
adding that by introducing
competition into the educa-
tional arena there will be
"better private and public
schools systems, which will
give better students, better
faculty and we as a nation
are beneficiaries for better
education for all our people."
At the dinner, Norman Be-
znos received the schools'
17th annual Golden Torah
Award.
The annual dinner which
funds the network of Beth
Yehudah Schools, including
the Yeshivath Beth Yehudah
and the Sally Allan Alexan-
der Beth Jacob School for
Girls, saw the establishment
of a $10 million endowment
fund. According to Rabbi E.B.
Freedman, administrative di-
rector, the fund will be used
to provide for the schools' fi-
nancial stability in per-
petuity. The fund was kicked
off with a contribution by the
widow of Mr. Irving Weiss,
Edith Weiss, who with her
husband were long-time sup-
porters of the Beth Yehudah
Schools. The endowment fund
will be chaired by Spencer
Partrich and Mickey Shapiro.
A gift of $8,000 from the
Ladies of Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah to benefit the
schools also was announced
at the dinner.

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