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May 23, 1975 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-05-23

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Two DtTROIT JEWISH NEWS

Mci 23, 1975 41

Woodcock U.S. Has Legal, Moral Commitment to Israel

"We have legal and moral
commitments to Israel, but
we have no legal commit-
ment to Southeast Asia."
Speaking Saturday to
more than 600 guests at the
Michigan Trade Union
Council for Histadrut's trib-
ute dinner honoring Wil-
liam C. Marshall, president
of the state AFL-CIO, Leon-
ard Woodcock, president of
the United Auto Workers,
urged continued American
support for Israel.

Woodcock added that the
Palestinian question should
be considered "but not when
it means the destruction of
Israel. Israel must be pro-
tected."

Guest speaker Jerry
Wurf, president of the
American Federation of
State, County, and Muni-
cipal Employes of the
AFL-CIO, said that the
U.S. "must be willing to
help troubled socio-eco-
nomic situations wher-
ever we're asked to do so.

"Israel wants its relation-
ship with the U.S. enhanced
and we must continue our
commitment to Israel."

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Marshall, the honoree, in
his remarks, commented
that the "Palestinian prob-
lem is one of many of Is-
rael's problems. It can be
solved in face-to-face confer-
ence between Israel and the
Arab states not in Yasir
Arafat's terrorist acts or
discussion in the UN," he
said.
Marshall received several
testimonial plaques, includ-

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Proceeds from the din-
ner held at the Latin
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ator Philip Hart, State Su-
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troit at its annual election
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committee.
Other officers are David
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man, Dr. Sion Soleymani
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presidents; Marvin Siegal,
secretary; and Julian
Cohen, treasurer.

Honorary vice presidents
are Dr. Sanford A. Bennett,
Alex S. Friedlander and Sid-
ney Friedlander.
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Daniel Burman, Mr. and
Mrs. Harvey Chayet, Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Pohl,
Mrs. Julius Ring and Mrs.
Marvin Siegel.

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Sidney L. Brand, Albert J.
Burke, Morris Fishman,
Gilbert Frimet, Gordon I.
Ginsburg, Mrs. Joel I. Ham-
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Seated on the dais with
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Fraser, vice president of the
UAW; Bernard B. Jacobson,
executive vice president of
the National Committee for
Labor Israel, Inc.; State
Senator William B. Fitzger-
ald Robert Johnson, Michi-
gan area director of
AFSCME; and Morris Lie-
berman, chairman of the
Israel Histadrut Campaign
of Metropolitan Detroit.
Rabbi Harold Loss of
Temple Israel delivered the
invocation and Msgr. Clem-
ent Kern delivered the bene-
diction.

The Israel Numismatic
Association of Michigan will
meet 8 p.m. Tuesday in the
Jewish Community Center
10 Mile branch.

Rev. Jim Missildine will
present a program, "The
Holy Land — Yesterday,
Today and Tomorrow," fea-
turing an exhibition of Is-
raeli stamps and coins and
photography. The public is
invited.

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