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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-05-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jewish Center Lists Events

The Jewish Community
Center Women's Health
Club will present Dr. Wil-
liam SaVille, physiologist,
to speak on heart care 11
a.m. May 21 in the Center.
There is -a charger, and
luncheon will be served.
Dr. SaVille teaches exer-
cise physiology at Wayne
State University and in its
medical school. He has re-
searched problems of obes-
)7, coronary heart disease,
aging and stress.
The community is invited.
For reservations, call the
Center health club,
341-4200. _
Applications are still
available for the Center's
family camping weekend
to be held May 23-25 at
Camp Tamarack. For ap-
plications, call the Center.
Member-only registration
for the Jewish Center Nur-
sery will close May 19, when
non-member registration
will begin. The preschool

program emphasizes physi-
cal, social, emotional and
creative growth. For infor-
mation, callhe Center.
Registration still is being
taken for the Jewish Cen-
ter's Hebrew Ulpan. The
Hebrew-language tr4ining
program is open to high
school, and college students
and other interested adults.
For information, contact
the Center Hebrew depart-
ment, 545-8780.
Registration also is being
taken for the Playland and
Playland Junior programs
of the Center. Playland Jun-
ior is designed for 3-4 year
olds and meets at the center
10 Mile branch. Indoor ac-
tivities 'and field trips are
emphasized.
Playland is designed for
children beyond age .5 and
features many of the Play-
land Junior activities. The
first session begins June 30.
For information, call the
Center.

Israel Military Tribunal to Try Terrorists

TEL AVIV (JTA) — A Tel

Aviv magistrate decided
Wednesday-that seven ter-
rorists involved in the
March 5 attack on the Savoy
Hotel here will be tried by a
military tribunal. Judge
David Bar-Ophir, who held
several hearings before ren-
dering his decision, re-
manded the terrorists to
prison pending trial.
Legal authorities said
they were liable for capital
punishment because of the
severe charges against
them. Under Israeli law, a
military tribunal may im-
pose the death penalty if
one or more civilian jurists
sit on the panel.
The attack on the Savoy, a
small hotel near the Tel

member of Temple Israel.
On Sunday, Detroiter
Paul Zuckerman, president
of the United Jewish Ap-
peal, will be honored by the
college with an honorary
Doctor of Philosophy de-
gree.

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Aviv beach front, resulted in
the deaths- of 15 persons,
including seven of the eight
terrorists who carried out
the attack, and 23 persons
wounded.
The seven terrorists fac-
ing trial are Moussa Jama'a,
23, the sole survivor of the
gang that attacked the hotel
and then blew up its top
floor as police and soldiers
closed in; and the six men
captured at sea who
launched the inflatable boat
in which the eight terrorists
arrived.
The latter were identified
as Hammad Darwish, said
to be the El Fatah com-
mander who was in charge
of the operation; Issa Al
Reedy, 24, captain of the

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Friday, May 9, 1975 37

The Detroit Council for
World Affairs will sponsor
an "Afternoon of Conversa-
tion" 12:45 p.m. Monday at
the home of Mrs. Lillian
Genser, 14431 Balfour, Oak
Park. —
An international delega-
tion of women who recently
participated in a disarma-
ment conference at the UN
will attend. Guests are in-
vited, and there is a charge
for non-members.
For reservations, call Mrs.
Genser, 577-3468.

Israeli to Speak
at Bond Event

Shalmi Barmore, director
of Holocaust seminars at
Yad Vashem will addreSs
the Truman-Brenner
Branch of the Labor Zionist
Alliance on behalf of Israel
Bonds 8:30 p.M. Saturday, in
the Labor Zionist Institute.
Berl Hearshen will be hon-
ored.
Barmore is the son of Ja-
cob Barmore, Israeli diplo-
mat. For reservations, call
the LZA, 851-1606, or
Bonds, 968-0200.

The Southfield Commu-
nity Art Association will
meet 8 p.m. Thursday at
Southfield-Lathrup High
School.
The group will discusl,its
bicentennial art show trbe
held in October. A slide
presentation will be shown
on Southfield's past, present
and future.
Guests are invited,-and
refreshments will be served.

,;`mother" ship; Mahir Al
Reedy, 30; Mouhammed Ben

Elhalili, 33; Mouhammed
Gouda, 31; and Mou-
hammed Sa'ad, 25. They
were identified as being of
Lebanese, Syrian and Egyp-
tian Nationality. •

Bar Mitzva
Benefits JNF

The Jewish Natibnal
Fund benefited from the
recent Bar Mitzva reception
for Lance Michael Lis, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Lis
of Southfield.
At the reception, each
couple received a JNF tree
certificate attesting that a
tree had been planted in Is-
rael in their name, honoring
Lance's Bar Mitzva. The
name of the Bar Mitzva and
a quote from the Scriptures
were included on the certifi-
cates.
_ A garden of 100 trees has
been planted in honor of
Lance, who is a student in
the Cong. Shaarey Zedek
Hebrew School.

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