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June 20, 1975 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-06-20

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Beth Israel Youth
Name Officers

Michael A. Pelavin, presi-
TEL AVIV (JTA) — The monitoring all Israeli ca-
The junior congregation
commander of Israel's navy
bles, radio-telephone calls dent of the Flint Jewish
of Cong. Beth Israel has
Community Council, has
said that it was capable of and broadcasts.
elected new officers for
been appointed chairman of
operations far from Israel's
1975-76.
He
disclosed
that
the
the
regional
campaign
cabi-
shores and could handle a
They are: Co-Presidents,
navy
is
HOW
equipped with net of the United Jewish
situation such as arose dur-
Alan
Himelhoch and Mich-
an improved version of its Appeal.
ing the Yom Kippur War
elle Schafer; vice presidents,
"Gabriel"
surface-to-sur-
He
will
cover
the
states
of
when Egypt blockaded the
Ned Blum, Rhonda Price,
face missile, the "Gabriel Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky
Straits of Bab el Mandeb
Gail Rosenbaum and Mark
II" which has double the and Michigan. Pelavin is a
that connect the Red Sea
Schafer; treasurer, Robert
20-mile range of the origi- former chairman of the na-
with the Indian Ocean.
Kukler; Gabbaim, Lisa Rez-
val
"Gabriel"
missile.
tional
UJA
Young
Leader-
Addressing military cor-
nick, David Siegel and Ron-
Admiral Telem confirmed ship Cabinet.
respondents on the eve of
ald Suber.
that the Egyptian navy has
Navy Day which Israel cele-
been utilizing the Suez
brated June 12, Admiral
Canal, well before its offi-
Benjamin Telem would not
CORSI'S
cial reopening June 5, to re-
say how the navy would re-
PRESENTS
OPERA NIGHT —
enforce its Red Sea fleet
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spond in the event the
EVERY WED. EVENING
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straits were again closed to
18211 JOHN R
BEGINNING JUNE 18th
naval units.
Israeli shipping but ob-
Bet 6 & 7 Mile Rds
served that "We now have
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Israel's navy and all navies
ities to do so."
in this region will rely
Admiral Telem also re-
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mainly on small craft in the
vealed that a Soviet spy ship
future. He said the idea is to

: JOANNE'S
was stationed in interna-
have boats with small crews
tional waters off Israel,
and heavy fire power.

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Friday, June 20, 1975 27

965-0200

PHILADELPHIA — A
Leo Levin, professor of la kV
at the University of Penn
sylvania and director of th e
Commission on Revision o f
the Federal Appellate Sys
tem in Washington, D.0
was elected president of th e
Jewish Publication Societ
of America at its recen t
87th annual meeting.
Dr. Levin's election cli
mazes more than 20 year S
of distinguished associatio n
with the society, which h e
has served in a variety of ca
pacities. Most recently, he
was a vice president of JPS
and vice chairman of its
publication committee.
Dr. Levin has long been
active in Jewish commu-
nity affairs. He is a former
president of the Jewish
Exponent (Philadelphia),
and has been a member of
the executive committee of
the Federation of Jewish
Agencies of Greater Phila-
delphia.
Dr. Levin is on the boards
of Dropsie University and
Bar-Ilan University in Is-
r ael.
Other newly elected offi-
ers include: Morris Cohen
0 f Brookline, Mass., Leo Gu-
z ik, New York, Edward B.
S hils and Marvin Wachman
0 f Philadelphia, vice presi-
d ents; and Mitchell E. Pan-
z er of Philadelphia, secre-
ary.
Re-elected were Robert P.
Abrams, vice president; and
obert P. Frankel, trea-
urer.
Jerome J. Shestack,
w ho was JPS president
ram 1972-75, was named
n honorary president. He
J s a oins society leaders Jo-
eph M. First, William S.

`Israel's Interests
Not for Barter'

WASHINGTON — Con-
gressman William S.
Broomfield (R.-Mich.), in
calling for congressional
hearings on the Administra-
tion policy of detente with
the Soviet Union, asserted
that detente in the Middle
East "does not imply a proc-
ess of bargaining with Is-
rael's vital interests."

Fishman, Judge Louis E.
Levinthal and Edwin
Wolf II in that distinction.
Four new trustees were
elected to the JPS board.
They are Muriel Mallin Ber-
man of Allentown, Edward
J. Bloustein, noted U.S. edu-
cator and president of Rut-
gers University, New Jer-
sey, Alan H. Molod and
Charles R. Weiner, U.S.
District Judge, Eastern Dis-
trict, Pennsylvania, since
1967.

JWVA Names
New Officers

Flint Jewish War Veter-
ans Auxiliary officers for
1975-76 are: President, Ilene
Wiseman; vice presidents,
Barbara Yale, Shirley Win-
ston, and Myrna Duford;
secretaries, Carmen Ruch
oval, Brenda Wisnudel and
Bessie Rittman; and trea-
surer, Janet Berck.

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