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January 22, 1988 - Image 96

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-01-22

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I LOCAL NEWS I

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and savings banks or savings and loans. FDIC or FSLIC
insurance up to $100,000. No commission is charged. In
cases where early withdrawal is permitted, a penalty may be
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1988

Securities'
Rock Solid. Market Wise.

Fedora Horowitz and Joseph Gurt, duo pianists, will appear Sunday at
Prudential Town Center for Southfield's Concert-in-the-Garden series.
Brunch starts at 10 a.m. and the concert at 10:30 a.m. For reservations
and information, call Southfield Cultural Arts, 354-4717.

I NEWS I

Israeli Embassy Marks
Dr. King's Birthday

Washington (JTA) — The Is-
rael Embassy's fourth annual
commemoration of the birth-
day of the Rev. Martin Luther
King Jr. was the setting for
300 people — blacks and Jews
— to pay their respects to
King and to reminisce about
the civil rights movement.
At the tribute to King, who
would have been 59 last week,
Arnold Aaronson, who was a
close associate of King's and
the first executive director of
the Leadership Conference on
Civil Rights, an umbrella
organization of groups sup-
porting civil rights, stressed
that the historic 1963 March
on Washington, which he
helped organize, included not
only all of the black organiza-
tions but "a cross section of
the best in America."
Aaronson and his two suc-
cessors as executive director
of the Leadership Conference,
Marvin Caplan, a labor
leader, and Ralph Neas, the
current director, were
honored with trees in their
names planted in the Martin
Luther King Jr. Forest in the
Galilee. The Jewish National
Fund is co-host with the em-
bassy for the annual event.
But a quiet controversy sim-
mered in the background of
the event. While there were
many blacks in the audience,
some blacks who had been in-
vited did not attend in protest
over Israel's handling of the
unrest on the West Bank and
Gaza Strip.
An Israeli Embassy spokes-
man said that some 1600 per-
sons had been invited and
none of those who had ac-

cepted the invitation later
cancelled. But James Zogby,
executive director of the Arab
American Institute, had urg-
ed blacks not to attend, and
he and three others were ar-
rested outside the embassy
during the ceremony.
Coretta Scott King, the
slain civil rights leader's
widow, told the Atlanta
Journal-Constitution
in
response to Zogby that the
commemoration for King
"should be a day of unity. We
call for people in conflict with
each other, even at war, to lay
down their weapons and set
aside their differences for one
day and come together in the
spirit of Martin Luther King
Jr."

1DF Adapted
To Violence

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Although
the Israel Defense Force was
neither trained nor equipped
for riot control, it adapted
well when faced with recent
violence in the administered
territories, according to Maj.
Gen. Shlomo Errell, retired
comptroller of the defense
establishment.
Errell, a reservist and
former navy commander, told
a news conference in Haifa
last week that "the army
never thought it would be
called on to deal with the
maintenance of order, to
stand against events on the
scale as we have experienced
in the territories in recent
weeks."

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