34—Friday, Aagest 28, 1970
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
activities in Society
The children of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Kanarek of Greenview Ave.
honored their parents Aug. 16 with a surprise 35th anniversary party.
A dinner party was given at the Rascal House with many friends and
relatives attending. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bert
Kanarek from Florida and Mrs. Vera Levine and son Martin of Cali-
Mrs. Henrietta Gittleman of Borman Hall was joined by her
children at a 75th birthday dinner recently. Mrs. Gittleman has two
sons, Rolanil of St. Louis and Stanford; two daughters, Mrs. Nathan
(Dorothy) Sobol and Mrs. Irving (Sylvia) Woloveck of Peoria; nine
grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.
BidIt ✓ nnouncenzents
Aug. 19—To Mr. and Mrs. Murray
Helfer (Marsha Tukel), 14400 La-
Belle, Oak Park, a son, Jason
• • •
Aug. 17—To former Detroiter Dr.
and Mrs. Martin L. Lipson (Wendy
Perlman of New Rochelle, N.Y.),
of Gaithersburg, Md., a son, David
• • •
Aug. 15—To Dr. and Mrs. Stan-
ley V. Delidow (Jeanne Mackey),
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Aug. 15—To Dr. and Mrs. Rich-
ard Serwin (Harlynn Izner), for-
mer Detroiters of Winston-Salem,
N.C., a son, Andrew Benjamin.
Aug. 13—To Dr. and Mrs. Selden
Schwartzberg (Maureen Silve r-
man), 27245 Bradford, Southfield,
a daughter, Marcy Lynn.
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Aug. 13—To Mr. and Mrs. Law-
rence I. Berkove (Gail Feldman),
17020 Margate, Southfield, a daugh-
ter, Naomi Susannah.
• • •
Aug. 13—To Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel Deal (Sally Finkelstein of
Washington, D.C.), 14501 Win-
chester, Oak Park, a daughter,
Susanne Faye Venee.
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Aug. 12—To Mr. and Mrs. Law-
rence J. Kravetz (Myra Polakoff)
of 20905 Winchester, Southfield, a
daughter, Tracey Michelle. .
• • •
Aug. 11—To Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Oleshansky (Marlene Rosen),
29331 Sharon, Southfield, a son,
• • •
Aug. 6—To Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Appel (Elaine Weinstein), 26211
Coolidge, Oak Park, a son, Craig
Israeli Pilot Lands Plane
former Detroiters of Huntington
W.Va., a daughter, Pamela Susan.
on Dad 1 trey
NEW YORK (JTA)—A Boeing
707 jet with 135 passengers was
landed safely by its Israeli pilot
at John F. Kennedy International
Airport Monday despite two dam-
aged landing tires. The pilot was
Capt. Oded Abarbanell of El Al,
who was hijacked to Algeria on
June 23, 1968, in the same plane.
Emerging from the plane Mon-
day, just after noon, he said
calmly: "I was not really too con-
cerned." Compared with his 40
day detention in Algeria, he said
"This was not even an incident.'
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Attacks on Jewish
Buildings in '70
Your Bar Mitzvo or Wedding
The AJC report, a tabulation of
anti-Semitic actions reported dur-
ing the five-year period from July
1965 to July 1970, lists more than
165 incidents in 63 cities in 22
"These figures represent only
those incidents that are known to
have been reported to the police,"
A study of the kinds of phrases
and slogans painted by the desec-
rators over the five-year period
indicated an increasing use of
words associated with black mili-
tancy and Arab sympathies.
Another trend, Hoffman noted,
was the extreme youth of the
criminals. Arrests were made and
suspects noted in only 27 of the
165 incidents. Those arrested or
suspected included 85 persons
ranging in age from 7 to 23, in-
cluding two girls of age 14 and 15.
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First Death Conviction
Changed to Life by Court
in West Bank Territory
TEL AVIV (JTA)—General Ra-
phael Vardi, commander of the
military district of Samaria and
Judea, Aug. 19 commuted to life
imprisonment at hard labor the
death sentences imposed on two
convicted terrorists by a military
court in Nablus that morning.
The military court had sen-
tenced the two Arabs to death for
the murder of three Nablus resi-
dents suspected of collaborating
with Israeli authorities. This was
the first death sentence issued by
a military tribunal in the West
Mahmoud Alfi, 19, and Assam
Elshayib, 21, were found guilty of
murder, sabotage, membership in
a hostile organization and of throw-
ing hand grenades at the military
government and labor exchange
buildings in Nablus. They pleaded
guilty to the charges of murder
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NEW YORK—The continued de-
secration of Jewish synagogues,
schools, centers and cemeteries in
communities throughout the Unit-
ed States is also "a desecration of
the principle of human freedom on
which this country was founded,"
according to Philip E. Hoffman,
president of the American Jewish
Referring to a report just issued
by AJC's trends and analyses divi-
sion, Hoffman revealed that 13
anti-Semitic desecrations and as-
saults had been committed since
January, ranging from East to
West Coast. •
They included the bombing of a
synagogue in Seattle, the fire
bombing of a Jewish center and a
private house in the Crown Heights
section of Brooklyn, the tossing of
explosives at a Jewish center in
the Bronx, the overturning of
tombstones in a Jewish cemetery
in Karlruhe, N.D., and the defac-
ing of a synagogue in Milwaukee.
"Although this is somewhat
less than the cumber of similar
incidents that occurred in the
same period of 1969, it is an af-
front to this nation that they
should have happened at all,"
Mr. Hcffman declared.
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