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October 26, 1973 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-10-26

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Young Adults Set
Salute to Israel

The Beth Abraham-Hillel
Young Adult Singles will hold
a "Salute to Israel" 8 p.m.
Sunday at Cong. Beth Abra-
h a m-Hillel.
Danny Petarsky will speak
on Israel. Folk singer Mark
Goldenberg will entertain,
and refreshments will be
served.
All proceeds will be given
to the Israel Emergency
Fund.
For information, call Karen
Rives, program chairman,
968-8367: or Roby Westhei-
mer, 356-2339.
The next business meeting
will take place 7:30 p.m. Nov.
11 at the home of Marvin
Wagner, 18698 Forrer.

18—Friday, October 26, 1973 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Son of Envoy Is Killed in Battle

PARIS (JTA)—Israeli Am-
bassador to France, Asher
Ben Natan and his wife left
Paris Sunday for 'Israel after
having learned of the death
of their son, Ammon.

Aliya Problems
to Be Aired at
AACA Meeting

The Association of Ameri-
cans and Canadians•for Aliya
Detroit Chapter will hold a
meeting 2 p.m. Sunday at the
Jewish Center.
Arepresentative of Kibutz
Aliya and Gideon Biran, di-
rector of the Israel Aliya
Center, will convey informa-
tion on the continuing. aliya
of young Americans.
There also will be informa-
tion for young people inter-
ested in volunteering for
kibutzim to replace the men
who are defending the coun-
try. The chapter also will
deal with the immediate
problems of aliya and the
tasks facing the movement
in the months ahead.

Bnai Brith in Lima
Shows Solidarity

LIMA (JTA)—Several hun-
dren members of the small
Jewish community crowded
the large meeting room of
the Peruvian chapter of Bnai
Brith here to express their
solidarity with Israel.
About 200 Jewish univer-
sity students held a public
demonstration of solidarity
with Israel, carrying placards
in front of the Israeli Em-
bassy here.

PASSPORT PHOTOS

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Berbers of Africa
Back Israel in War

Ammon Ben Natan, a re-
serve officer in an armored
division, was killed on the
Golan front at the end of last
week. He was 24 years old.
An economist in civil life,
Ammon worked in the re-
search division of a bank.

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LEONARD

ICHER

If That's How
He Talks to
His Friends . . .

Libyan dictator Col. Muam-
mar Al Qaddafi on Tuesday
offered any Arab who hijacks
an Israeli plane and brings it
to Libya the price of the
plane — many millions of
dollars.
Qaddafi, interviewed by the
Paris newspaper Le Monde,
addressed himself thus to the
French. who have been sup-
plying him with planes:
"We will ruin your indus-
tries and your trade with the
Arab world. We will stop
buying arms from you. Like
Samson, we will destroy the
temple and all its occupants,
including ourselves."

Robert Dueease

*30

SOUTHFIELD NEEDS

The president of the Rep-
resentative Council of French
Jews (CRIF), Prof. Ady
Steg, presented condolences
on behalf of the community.

'We PROFESSIONAL
at Soutbdowps

For Further Information Call

THE RIGHT MAYOR!

The ambassador learned of
his son's death at Orly Air-
port, where he was confer-
ring with Israeli Foreign
Minister Abba Eban en route
to Israel from New York.

JERUSALEM (JTA) The
Berbers, a North African
ethnic group, came out in
favor of Israel. A represent-
ative of 4he Berber Academy
of Paris, Ould Slimane, told
the JTA: "Egypt cares next
to nothing about the Pales-
tinians. The only thing that Sweet Somethings
matters to it is its own ter- at the Israel Front
ritorial expansion." Slimane
JERUSALEM (JTA) — A
added: "We Berbers can only
be on the side of Israel and Givatayim caravan (trailer)
dealer, Yisrael Humash.
the Kurds."
drove a string of well-
equipped trailers to an air
force base and offered them
for pilots to rest uo in be-
tween sorties. Each trailer is
replete with comfortsinclud-
ing air conditioning.
Humash, an injured 1948
USPTA/USLTA
war veteran and four men
from Herzliya loaded their
invites you to visit our
cars with goodies — sweets.
beautiful 8 court indoor
cigarettes, cakes, fruit—and
air conditioned Tennis Club
drove towards the Suez
Activities This Fall Includes
Canal until they were stopped
Afternoon and Evening
near the front.
There. under shelling, they
TENNIS CLINICS unloaded, and waited around
6 Week Sessions
to see the gifts were proper-
Mon., Tues., Thurs.
ly distributed to the fighters.

4 to 1 Instructor
Ratio

SOUTHFIELD NEEDS

Magen David Counts
18.0nn Blood Donors

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
More than 18.000 people have
donated blood, the Magen
David Adorn announced.
Donors included Arabs and
Druze — including residents
of the administered areas —
as well as tourists.
The MDA said both Jewish
and Arab prisoners in jail
gave blood too, "including
men whose names are as-
sociated with some of the
most widely reported crimes
of recent years, some of
them serving life sentences.

Worried Citizens
Get Emotional Hello

JERUSALEM (JTA)—The
city announced it had set up
a psychological aid service
and gave phone numbers
where worried or disturbed
people could call for help 24
hours a day.
Social workers on the staff
of the National Insurance In-
stitute suggested to the de-
fense ministry that they set
up teams of workers to help
soldiers or soldiers' families.

LEONARD TEICHER FOR MAYOR

Officer:
Southfield District Court

Married — Father of three

Volunteer Probation

Treasurer: Southfield School Board-
1971-73

Precinct Delegate

Governing Board: Jewish Parents
Institute

Delegate: Oakland County School
Board Assn. 1972-73

Bnai Brith Member

Member: Family Law Committee,
State Bar Assn. 1970-71

Chairthan: Southfield Parent-Youth
Guidance Commission 1970-71

Practicing Attorney

Member State Bar of Michigan

Member: Legan Aid Committee,
State Bar Assn. 1970-71

Member & former Secretary:
Southfield Democratic Club

VOTE NOVEMBER 6!

ENDORSED BY (partial list):

Jack Abella
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Friedman
Merry and Ethel Abrams
Bello Fuerst
All. Acielberg
Donald Garfinkle
Seymour and Maida Adler
Dr. and Mrs. Max Garber
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Africh Shirley Garber
Larry and JoAnn Aronoff
Ms. Marilyn Gaunt
Irving and Sally August
Louis Gerhardt
Dr. Fred Averbuch
Carl and Sandy Gilbert
Richard and Marc. Azimov
Don and Betty Gill
Fr. Dennis Bagley
Albert and Sharon Gladner
Shirley and Memel Behar
Morris Gleicher
Dr. and Mrs. Howard Bender Edward and Francine Gold
Elliot Boitner
Elaine and Peter Goldberg
Dr. and Mrs. Arvin Bennish
Marvin and Marjorie Golden
Gerald and Sheila Benjamin Seward and Charlotte Goldin
Daniel Berk
Max and Harriet Goldman
Richard Bloom, Jr.
Ashley Gorman
Sam and Arlene Blumenstein
A -F.- and Mrs. Paul Gould
Morris Bornstein
Roberto Gross
Ruth Bornstein
Hanley and Julie Gurwin
Paul Borock
Jim and Eleanor Hack
Paul Bragman
David and Betty Hauer
James Breslin
Harvey and Diane Hauer
Leonard and Gloria Brozgold Mork and Jan Hauser
Ruta Budry
Linda and Jerry Hershberg
Dave Burnstein
Mr. and Mrs. William Hillman
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bursick
Ted and Lois Hitchcock
Irving and Inez Cane
Dr. and Mrs. Martin Hollander
Harvey and Rhoda Cantor
Mr. and Mrs. Sheridan Holzman
Arnold and Marilyn Carmen
Betty Howe
Mr. and Mrs. Smith Carson
Miles and Sheila Hurwitz
Bernard and Gladys Cohen
Vic and Ruth Hurwitz
Leonard and Phyllis Cohn
Fred Joseph
Lillian Cohen
Ron and Elaine Joseph
Beverly Gould
Lois Kahrnoff
Caroline Cooper
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kanter
Morley and Elaine Cooper
Dr. and Mrs. David Katz
Mrs. Mollie Cooper
Larry and Ruth Katz
Dan de la Cruse
Alice and Leonard Katzman
Sol and Lorraine Devitz
Vern Kaye
Dr. Leo and Alva Dworkin
Dr. and Mrs. Brian Kerman
Dr. and Mrs. Irving Edgar
Eric Kirman
Mary Ellis
Bill and Linda Kellie
Ellen Exworthy
Samuel Kirman
David and Anne Feigenbaum Lorraine Klavons
Mort and Millie Feldman
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Klein
Seymour Fenster
Sheldon and Inez Klimisi
Al and Selma Fisch
Jack and Millie Koblin
George and Mary Fletcher
Leonard Koltonow
Ezra and Prone Foner
Gary Kraft
Joseph Findling
Ronald Kraft
Murray and Cynthia Franklin Diane and Lee Kramer
Tanis and Betty Freedman
Paul and Adele Krim

Ed and Lil Langerman
John Lawson
Alan and lalie Lee
Donald and Ruth Leib
Irving and Eva Lelgant
Norman and Lillian Levy
Vic Lind
Dr. and Mrs. David Lipschutz
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lipschutz
Les and Elaine Lipsitz
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Low.
Leonard Lowenstein
Ron and Suzie Lowy
Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Malos
Sandra Matthews
Don and Elizabeth Marcus
Sam and Sheila McCandlish
Al and Ruth McCoy
Carol McCullough
Maynard Metier
Elaine and Earl Meyers
Carl and Diane Meyers
Charles and Miriam Meyers
Norman Michlin
Myron Milgrom
Susan Moiseev
Andrew Moiseev
Libby and Ben Mocha
Dr. Arthur Moss
John and Jill Muchler
Mrs. Carroll Mullen
Don and Jenny Munro
Jock Myers
Melvin and Anita Niser
Mildred O'Donnell
Max and Arabella Osnos
Harry and Box Partrich
Max and Ann Partrich
Spencer and Myrna Partrich
Harold Patrick
Jack and Fay Pearl
Mrs. Muriel Pepper
Leo Polk
Leonard and Ranee Polukoff
Donald Rafe!
Robert Reiss
Douglas Remeny
Phyllis and Bernard Ramer
Carl and Beth Riseman
Jerry Rogers
George and Becky Roller
Barbara Rom
Howard Rosenberg

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Roth
Dr. and Mrs. Coleman Rottenbarg
Beatrice Rowe
Gerald and Betsy Rudin
Don and Betty Russell
Ralph and Sandy Sanders
Grove Sondrock
Karen Schneider
Dr. and Mrs. Jerome Schneyer
Leon and Audrey Schurgin
Bob Schwartz
Ethel Schwartz
Stanley Shapiro
John Shepherd
Paul Sherr
Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Shufro
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Silber
Mark and Judy Silber
Don and Sandy Silver
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Simon
Kurt and Betty Singer
Douglas Smith
Dr. Edward Stein
Joann Smith
Irma and Jerry Starr
Hal and Lois Stein
Harold and Sue Stobinsky
David and Danielle Susser
Grace and George Symes
Paul and Alicia Tisdale
Mel and Heidi Turbow
Gerald and Beverly Viedrah
Mrs. Eleanor Voy
Dr. and Mrs. Ken Weinberger
Morris and Helen Weingarden
Larry and Arlene Weingarden
Jerry Weisman
Melvin Weisz
Sarah and Milt Welton
Sam and Ruth Wengrow
Henry A. Westheimer
Estelle Wilk
Joel and Linda Willens
Mary Ellen Williams
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Williams
Dr. and Mrs. William Winokur
Marcia Wiss
Bobbie Wolfe
William and George. Wolf
Elroy and Jackie Woolf
Stanley and Brenda Worth
Mike and Emily Yousif
Dolores Zineky

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