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May 31, 1974 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-05-31

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14—Friday, May. 31, 1974

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Couple Who Saved Jews Saluted in Israel

JERUSALEM i(JTA) — A
tree was planted at the Yad
Vashem Memorial Institute
in honor of Jean and Jeanne
le Cocq, a couple that en-
dangered their lives during

World War II to save Jews.
Mrs. le Cocq was present
at the ceremony. She sur-
vived her husband, who died
a few years ago.
The two saved the lives of
Charles Aron, a Jewish boy
who together with his moth-
er managed to escape from
German captivity.
The le Cocqs used to tell
their neighbors that Charles
was an orphan, not Jewish.
Aron now resides in Ashdod.
He is- married and has two
children.

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At the instigation of the
West German intelligence
services, several staff mem-
bers of the Dutch team's
training camp and of hotels
where the team is staying
have been dismissed for se-
curity reasons following an
investigation of their per-
sonal files. The team is
training in Muenster, West-
phalia.
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the fact that the Netherlands
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AMSTERDAM (JTA) — A
Palestinian terrorist attack
on the Dutch national soccer
team is feared during the
coming world cup soccer
finals in West Germany next
month, the Dutch daily Het
Parool, reported.

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Linowitz, former U. S. am-
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of American States, was
elected chairman of the
board of directors of the
Jewish Theological Seminary
of America at the annual
meeting, May 21.
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Terrorist Attack on Soccer Team From Holland Is Feared

WASHINGTON (JTA)—The
Arkady Belinkov Memorial
Book Collection in memory
of the noted Soviet literary
critic and writer has been
dedicated at George Wash-
ington University.
The collection will concen-
trate on' the Jewish writer's
major intellectual and liter-
ary concerns that included
the suppressed writers of the
Soviet Union from the time
of the Soviet revolution and
the dissident movements
since the 1960s.
Belinkov came to that
university in 1968 as pro-
fessor of 'Russian literature.
He was persecuted in the
Soviet Union both for his dis-
sident views and his Jewish
origin.

Educator Cited
for Aid to Blind

A connection is also seen
with the trial in the Nether-
lands at the end of this
month of the two Palestin-
ians who hijacked a British
Airways plane last March
and destroyed it after forc-
ing it to land at the Schiphol
Airport.

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ST. LOUIS, Mo. — Robert
A. Cohn, editor of the St.
Louis Jewish Light, was re-
elected president of the
American Jewish Press Asso-
ciation at its 32nd annual
meeting here.
Representatives of the Unit-
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