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October 13, 1989 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-10-13

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Detroit Chapter
American Technion Society

fiyehs, were generally
enthusiastic.
"As a Zionist who supports
a two-state solution, I
thought it was very disturb-
ing to hear a description of
human rights abuses in
Israel," said Michael Appel, a
member of the NJA.
Others in the audience
disagreed. Joseph Kowalsky,
a second-year law student,
said that he "thought a lot
was left out," and that the
presentation was "very one-
sided?'
"Professor Shahak painted
an idealized picture of the
stone-throwers in the desert.
He ignored the fact that
Israel has given up land for
peace in the past, to no avail,"
said graduate student Ben
Brosilow.
Senior John Blow, who
helped pass out the pro-Israel
groups' fliers, said before the
speech that he came "because
this is where I'm needed
most. They've suggested that
he may moderate his tone,
like Yassir Arafat did, but
based on what I've read about
Shahak, I expect an extremist
position?'
Benjamin Ben-Baruch, co-
chairman of the Middle East
Task Force of the NJA, was
pleased with the response of
the standing-room-only
crowd.
"I think his intellectual
honesty and moral integrity'
clearly came through. His
unearned reputation for off-
the-wall hardball politics was
laid to rest by his emhasis on
human liberty, rather than
national liberty," he said.

WSU Fraternity
Lunch Meetings

The Gamma Kappa Chi
Ali mni Fraternity of Wayne
State University has schedul-
ed a series of lunch meetings,
12:30 p.m. Thursdays at Ann
Sayles' Dining Room, 4313 W
13 Mlle Rd.
For information, call Iry
Collins, 851-0490; Art
Moniker, 557-7105; or Phil
Rothschild, 543-7544.

Kadima Sets
Autumn Fest

Kadima outreach will hold
an Autumnfest, with fun, food
and frivolity, 1-3 p.m., Nov.
12, at the Jimmy Prentis
Morris, Jewish Community
Center.
Transportation is available.
For information, call Kadima,
559-8235.

Thanks You for Your Support

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Cathy Deutchman
Renee Rochlin
Arrangement Co-chairs

Philip Agree
Martin Bader
Lawrence Berry
Robert Brody
Bernard Cantor
Boyd Carnick
Robert Colten
Hymie Cutler
Hiram Dorfman
Bernard Edelman
David Engelbert
Joseph N. Epel
Alex Etkin
Deborah Gannes
Jim Gannes

Marshall Lasser
Dinner
Chairman

Joseph N. Epel
President

Louis Gelfand
Jerome Glassman
Louis Golden
Salman Grand
Stephen Grand
Earl Grant
Robert Gurwin
Joel I. Hamburger
Erwin Harvith
Murray Hauptman
Peter Helman
Lawrence Jackier
David Jacknow
D. Dan Kahn
Donald Katz
Maurice Kurzmann
Donald Lewis
Jack Milen
Louis Milgrom

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Larry Nemer
Albert Newman
Gary Ran
Louis Redstone
Morris Rochlin
James Safran
Moe Saslove
Samuel Schiff
Grant Silverfarb
Jerome Singer
Frank Theyleg
Alvin Wasserman



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