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August 16, 1968 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-08-16

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Morris Krauses
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50 Years of Marriage

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, August 16, 1968-23

activities in Society

Top Musicians at Fair
Top high school musicians from
all over the state, selected by au-
Mrs. Jack Friedman of Jerome Ave., Oak Park, has returned dition will appear in music shell
from a month's vacation in Israel and Europe. Before she left on the concerts, Aug. 23-25, at the Michi-
trip her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Sherr, held a gan State Fair. The fair opens
Aug. 23 and continues through
surprise party in her honor.
Sept. 2.
At Grossinger's resort last week were Detroit area residents Mr.
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and son, Steven; Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Badner; Mr. and Mrs. • Merle
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Bronstein; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Maisel; Dr. and Mrs. Melvin Wasser- I ' I Comedians - Caricatures .hr IN WEDDING
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man and daughter, Linda; and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Maisel.
CONFIRMATION1NILPARTY
.Seymour Schwartz Agency;
The board of the Women's Auxiliary, Jewish National Fund,
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honored Mr. Percy Kaplan, executive director, and Mrs. Kaplan on
Holiday
Greeting
Cards
the occasion of their 25th wedding anniversary and for 16 years of
service to the JNF, at a tea in the home of Mrs. William Levin, presi-
dent of the auxiliary.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Morros of George Washington Ave.,
Southfield, their granddaughter, Penny Morros, and their daughter,
v 0°1' ;4
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Mrs. Shirley R. Baker of Chicago, recently returned from a motor
k 44./4t $I
trip to Winnipeg where they visited with friends.
Mrs. I. Walter (Anne) Silver of Fairfield Ave. has returned from
Mondays 12 to 2
At the Mauna Loa
a visit to Manhattan Beach, Calif., where she was the guest of her
children, Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Mark Silver, and her new granddaugh-
Blvd. at Woodward
ter, Sophia Rose.
New
'n
Exciting
The Misses Frani Haron and Marlene Arfa left recently for the
Fashions By
Bahamas to participate in the national convention of Sigma Delta Tau
sorority. The girls will represent the Beta Kappa pledge chapter at
()lister Muruin
Wayne State University. Gail Zaslow, president, and Nancy Feldman,
4.
treasurer of the chapter, will be returning from a European tour at
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MR. AND MRS. MORRIS KRAUS

At a recent open house given by
their children and grandchildren,
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kraus of .
Schaefer Hwy. celebrated their I
50th wedding anniversary, at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Rodney
Raub. Mrs. Sandra Raub is the
couple's granddaughter.
To help their parents mark the
occasion were Dr. Jerry Kraus of
Santa Monica, Calif., Mr. and Mrs.
Martin (Blanche) Rosenfeld and
Mr. and Mrs. Al (Estelle) Rose.
The Krauses have five grandchil-
dren and three great-grandchil-
dren.

Dr. Goodhart Again Sides With Israel
Quotes International Law in Article

Prof. A. L. Goodhart, former
professor of jurisprudence at Ox-
ford University, whose pro-Israel
views were presented at great
length in the July 12 issue of The
Jewish News, again has defended
that country's position in an article
in the Daily Telegraph of Lon-
don.

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United Nations cease fire, forgoing
a final victory. However, the UN
has seen no imperative in forcing
the Arab states to cease their guer-
rilla warfare, in violation of in-
ternational 1 a w (Oppenheimer-
Lauterp acht. "International Law." )
Dr. Goodhart regards it a mis-
leading analogy to compare the
Arab guerrillas with the French
Resistance forces of World War
II. The Resistance was consid-
ered an integral part of the Al-
lied forces, which were actively
engaged in a war. If the Arab
guerrillas are to be considered
an "integral part" of the Arab
armies, then their raids on
Israeli territory are a breach of
the cease fire.
"If, on the other hand," writes
Dr. Goodhart, "these guerrilla
bands are independent, Caen Israel
is entitled to take the necessary
counter - measures for its self-
preservation."
Dr. Goodhart again quotes inter-
national law to defend Israel's
right of pursuing raiders into the
neighboring country which has
failed to take action against the
marauders. And, "If. in such cir-
cumstances, the neighboring coun-
try attempts to protect the guer-
rillas by attacking the pursuers.
it is itself committing an unlawful
act, just as an individual who aids
an escaping wrongdoer is himself
committing a wrong."
Though critical of the United
Nation's failure to stop such
raids, Dr. Goodhart also takes a
potshot at the United States for
its continued arms sales to Jordan
on grounds that "if we don't, they
(meaning the Russians) will."
"If X is prosecuted for having
sold a pistol to Y who, previously,
has threatened to kill his neigh-
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