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September 09, 1988 - Image 206

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-09-09

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Metro Toronto Jewish
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The weekend will begin
with an oneg Shabbat. There
will be a dance on Oct. 8 at
the Parkview Club and
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Singles from Toronto,
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There is a fee for the dance
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The Jewish Community
Center will sponsor a
weekend extravaganza at
Camp Maas for singles on
Sept. 23-25.
Activities will include
canoeing, boating, fishing,
nature walks, aerobics,
stretch and tone, videos, ten-
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Social Singles
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The Social Singles will have
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card and board games and
barbecue on Sept. 18 at 3 p.m.
at Camp Ruth II at the
Maple/Drake Jewish Com-
munity Center.
The Social Singles is for
men and women ages 40-55
who are single, divorced or
widowed. For information or
reservations, call Sharon
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Sept. 21 at 9 p.m. at the
Maple/Drake Building.
Refreshments will be served,
and there will be a cash bar.
There is an admission charge.
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Abrams Hits
U.S. - Attitude

New York — The chairman
of the Conference of
Presidents of Major American
Jewish Organizations has ex-
pressed "deep concern" over
the tone of a message sent by
the United States to Israel ob-
jecting to the deportation of
Palestinian instigators.
Morris B. Abram said in
identical telegrams to Presi-
dent Reagan, Vice President
Bush and Secretary of State
"I understand that the
United States does not agree
with certain measures taken
by Israel under its obligations
to quell the riots and to
restore order. But one must
not lose sight of the fact that
the people deported are the
instigators of the riots who
are harming the very people
they claim to be helping.
"No one is being deported
to life-threatening situations
or to Siberia or even to alien
countries. They are being
deported to places where they
have colleagues and, presum-
ably, freedom — places where
they may even continue to
harass Israel. All of us know
that in other countries — in-
cluding those who are in-
stigating the outcry against
Israel — the people deported
would be in prison, labor
camps or shot.
"We recognize and applaud
our country's dedication to
the principles of human
rights, but the most pristine
principles cannot be applied
by a state at war with its
neighbors and beset by insur-
rection in areas where it has
an international obligation to
restore order.
"Israel," Mr. Abram said,
"is faced not with protest
demonstrations but with




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