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January 02, 1987 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-01-02

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LOCAL NEWS

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U-M Hillel

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halli, classrooms, study
lounges, snack bar and ex-
panded space for the more than
20 Jewish student organiza-
tions which are headquartered
at Hillel.
The Hillel Foundation is
working with Jewish com-
munal leaders in Ann Arbor
and Detroit to form building
and development committees.
Detroit Jewish Welfare Feder-
ation leaders Samuel Frankel
and Joel Tauber have agreed to
serve on the committees and
former Federation executive
vice president Sol Drachler is
serving as development con-

sultant.
A major gift in the early fun-
draising drive was provided
through Mandell (Bill) Be-
rman.
There are an estimated
5,000 to 6,000 Jewish students
at the University of Michigan,
with a large number coming
from the Detroit area. The De-
troit Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion provides an annual alloca-
tion to the Hillels at the Uni-
versity of Michigan, Michigan
State and Wayne State. for
1986-87, U-M Hillel was given
$113,380 for its operating
budget.

Vatican

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Shamir and Peres said they
will not meet with O'Connor
outside of their offices in
Jerusalem.
O'Connor acknowledged
that he had made a mistake in
originally scheduling the
meetings without Vatican ap-
proval and said his mistake
had embarrassed some Israeli
officials.
Many Jewish leaders in New
York were critical of O'Con-
nor's change of plans and noted
that he applied a "double
standard" by meeting officially
with King Hussein of Jordan
but not with Israeli leaders.
About 20 supporters of the
Jewish Defense Group (JDG)
staged a demonstration in New
York on Sunday outside St.
Patrick's Cathedral, where
O'Connor has his pulpit, to pro-
test O'Connor's cancellation of
the meetings. Yaakov Lloyd of
the JDG called the Vatican an
enemy of the State of Israel and
of the Jews.
But O'Connor received sup-
port from Mayor Edward Koch
who called on Israeli officials to
welcome O'Connor and said
the Archbishop was a good

friend of Israel and the Jewish
people.
At the root of the controversy
is the Vatican's refusal to rec-
ognize Jerusalem as the capi-
tal of Israel and the absence of
full diplomatic relations.
Concern Over O'Connor's re-
lationship with Israel began
after the Archbishop toured
Lebanon in June and then
called for a homeland for the
Palestinian people. Peres, who
was prime minister at the
time, invited O'Connor during
an October meeting in New
York to visit the country and
learn the Israeli side of the con-
flict.
But O'Connor's visit was
complicated by the Vatican re-
lations with Israel. Formally,
the Vatican has never had full
diplomatic relations with Is-
rael but recognizes its right to
exist.
Israeli officials have paid
formal visits to the Vatican
and only last year Peres met
Pope John Paul II in Rome.
The Vatican does have a
representative in Israel, an
ApostolicDelegate whose rank
is lower than that of an ambas-
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Friday, January 2, 1987

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Batter Up! Members of an Israeli little league baseball team,
"The American Association for Ethiopian Jews All Stars,"
pose with Rabbi Yoseph Miller, coordinator of AAEJ's Israel
office. The tear!i includes netanya absorption center residents
and several kibbutzniks. While softball is played in Israel,
baseball is a new sport in the country.

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