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February 02, 1990 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-02-02

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LOCAL NEWS

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1990

Dr. Jerome M. Segal, presi-
dent of the Jewish Peace Lob-
by will discuss, "Can the
Israeli-Palestinian Conflict be
Resolved?" at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 8,
at Thmple Emanu-El.
The event is co-sponsored by
the Greater Detroit Jewish
Coalition for Peace in the
Middle East, an umbrella
group recently formed to pro-
mote the views of the Israeli
peace movement in the area,
and the 'Thmple Emanu-El
Social Action Committee.
Dr. Segal was one of the
first American Jews to open a
dialogue with the PLO
leadership. His writings are
widely credited with having
played an important role in
the events leading up to the
PLO's renunciation of ter-
rorism and acceptance of
Israel's right to exist.
The Jewish Peace Lobby
(JPL) is an organization work-
ing to promote a just and
lasting resolution to the
Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
When Israeli Prime
Minister Yitzhak Shamir
visited the U.S. last
November, JPL organized an
open letter to him signed by
over 200 American rabbis, in
which they urged him to
"turn to the Palestinians,
acknowledge them as the
equal bearers of rights, and
offer to withdraw from the
territories in exchange for
peace and security."
For information, call Rene
Lichtman, 352-4279.

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At 7:30 p.m., Feb. 14, the
Maple-Drake Jewish Com-
munity Center will host a
on
special program
propaganda.
An expert on propaganda
and communication, David
Olesker, will discuss how
Israel supporters can respond
to anti-Israel propaganda.
The program is co-sponsored
by the Jewish Community
Council and Congregation
Beth Abraham Hillel Moses.

League Announces
Award Program

The League of Jewish
Women's Organizations will
prepare the annual award
program for eligible high
school seniors.
To qualify, the applicant
must submit a one page essay
on the topic, "Soviet Jews
Leaving or Staying — What is
our Responsibility as
American Jews?"
Each applicant must have a

minimum 3.0 grade point
average and a formal Jewish
education as well as being in-
volved in community service.
A cash prize will be award-
ed. The deadline for applica-
tions is March 12.
For information, call Jean-
nie Weiner, 661-2030.

Beth Shalom
Is Remodeling

Congregation Beth
Shalom in Oak Park has
completed the first phase of
a projected $150,000
remodeling project on its
building. The social hall was
constructed in 1953 and the
sanctuary in the 1960s.
Beth Shalom has installed
new lighting in the sanc-
tuary and lobby, repaired
and recarpeted the sanc-
tuary, installed new ban-
nisters and refinished pews
and wall panels.
President Richard Berg
said the congregation is
planning new landscaping
and refurbishing the glass
panels representing the Ten
Commandments outdoors,
and renovation of the kit-
chen.

Armenians Cite
California Rabbi

The Knights and
Daughters of Vartan of St.
John's Armenian Church in
Southfield will honor a
California rabbi Feb. 3 for
his efforts on behalf of world
recognition of the Armenian
genocide.
Rabbi Kenneth I. Segel of
Temple Beth Israel in
Fresno was instrumental in
the recent passage of a
Union of American Hebrew
Congregations resolution on
the Armenian genocide at
the hands of the Turks.
Segel will speak at 10 a.m.
Feb. 3 at St. John's.

Community Life
Is Solo's Focus

Solo of Temple Israel will
"Making Jewish
Community Life User-
Friendly For The Single
Parent," 10:30 a.m. Feb. 11 at
the temple.
A 9:45 a.m. planning
meeting will precede the pro-
gram. Both are open to
Jewish parents who are
single.

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Singles Schedule
Hawaiian Hour

The Jewish Community
Center Singles (25-45) will
host an Hawaiian Happy
Hour, 5 p.m. Feb. 8, at the
Ramada of Southfield.
Dancing and an Hawaiian
fashion show are scheduled.

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