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October 31, 1975 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-10-31

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12 October 31, 1975

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Gaza Restores. Mayor to Office

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Plane, Bus, Car and Hotel
ReServations

TEL AVIV (JTA) —
Rashid al-Shawa was res-
tored to the office of mayor
of Gaza three years after his
removal by Israeli authori-
ties for defying their orders
to incorporate the 30,000
Palestinians of the A-Shatti

refugee camp into his mu-
nicipality and for possible
terrorist connections.

A new town council made
up of local Arab notables
was installed along with al-
Shawa, replacing the Israe-
li-appointed municipal com-
mittee headed by an Israeli,
Uri Tzetzik, which has run
Gaza since 1972.

Police reported that 15
hours before the ceremo-
nies, a bomb was hurled at
the home of Tawfigal Yazgi,
a local businessman who is
one of the newly elected
Council members. Yazgi's
son was wounded.

Terrorists apparently re-
gard al-Shawa as a collabo-
rator with the Israelis de-
spite his defiance of their
orders three years ago and
the fact that he had once
sheltered a wanted terrorist
leader in his home for six
weeks.

Re-Elect

JEAN

McDONNELL

SOUTHFIELD CITY COUNCIL

She has demonstrated leadership by her

commitment to these important issues







Senior Citizen Housing
Flood Plain Preservation
Drug Abuse Abatement
Improved Public Safety
Preservation of Open Space

Please join us in voting for JEAN McDONNELL

on November 4, 1975

Partial Listing

Mrs. Beulah Appel
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Aronovitz
Dr. and Mrs. Meyer Ascher
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Avedisian

Mr. and Mrs. David Bachaiov
Mr. and Mn. Ceil Bartholomew
Mr. and Mrs. George Bass
Mr. and Mrs. Chet Bettor
Mrs. Irene Berns
Dr. and Mrs. Frederick Bernstein
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Berwick
Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Bienstock
Mr. and Mrs. William Booth
Mr. and Mrs. William Burk

Mr.
Mr.
Mr.
Mr.

and Mrs. Arnold Cohen
and Mrs. Thomas Costello
and Mrs. Clarence Durbin
and Mrs. Gary Elias

Mr. and Mrs. Jam. Farquhar
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Feinstein
Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Feldman
Miss Sheryl Feldman
Mr. and Mrs. William Fenkell
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ferzacca
Mr. and Mn. Louis Fine
Mr. and Mrs. Em.t Friedman

Mr. and Mrs. Noel Gage
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Garvin
Mr. and Mn. Raymond Goldbaum
Mrs. Rose C. Goldberg - .
Mrs. Harry Goodman
Dr. and Mrs. Arnold Grant
Mr. and Mrs. Barry Grant

Mr. and Mrs. Murray Harts
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hauptman
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hayes
Dr. and Mrs. Leon Hershfus
Dr. and Mrs. Sidney Hillenberg
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hollywood
Mr. and Mrs. James Moose
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Humphrey

Mr. rind Mn. Seymour Israel

Mr. and Mrs. Mark T. Jacobson
Mn. Norman Jacob
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Jaffe

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kai.
Mr. and Mrs. David Kohlenberg
Mr. and Mrs. David Kolodziej
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Kramer

Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lantz
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Lawton
Mrs. Margaret Leebove

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lelia

Mr. and Mrs. David Levin

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lieberman
Mrs. Jules Lightstein
Mr. and Mn. Allen Lover
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Lowenstein

Mr. and Mrs. Max Madgy
Dr. and Mrs. Milton Madgy
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Marks
Dr. Oliver Marcotte
Miss Jude McLaughlin
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Meagher
Mr. and Mrs. Victor T. Miller
Mr. and Mrs. John Mulroy

Dr. Irwin and Marjorie Pavorski
Dr. and Mrs. Harold Podalsky
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Posner

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Schlussel
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Schuster
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schuster
Mr. and Mrs. Wellington Schwartz
Mr. and Mrs. Max Sheldon
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Silverman
Mr. and Mrs. Edward E. Singer
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Singer
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Singer
Dr. and Mrs. Barney Solomon
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip G. Solomon
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Spector

Mr. and Mrs. Irving Tyner

Mr. and Mrs. William Valensky

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wain
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Waldman
Mrs. Charles Weingarden
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weingarden
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Weingarden
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Williamson
Dr. and Mrs. Pine Wiser
Mr. and Mrs. William S. Wolf
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wolfson
Mr. Robert Wright

Mr. and Mrs. Leo Raminick
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Redlich
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rice
Mr. and Mrs. David Riseman
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rogovein
Mrs. Edwin Roth
Dr. and Mrs. Newton Rottenberg
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Roth
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Ross

Mr. and Mrs. John Verex

Mr. and Mrs. David Schiefer

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zuckerman

SOUTHFIELD CAN DEPEND ON JEAN

Paid Political Advertisement

Boris Smolar's

'Between You
• • • and Me'

Editor-in-Chief
Emeritus, JTA
(Copyright 1975, JTA, Inc.)

CJFWF RECRUITMENT: The Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds is now embarking on its
annual effort to recruit young men and women interested
in preparing for careers in Jewish federations.
At no time was the field of executive posts so open for
qualified well-trained newcomers as it is now, when the
number of retiring executives is growing and executive posi-
tions are more available due to expanded services.
The CJFWF has initiated a plan under which scholar-
ships, grants and loans are being made available each year
to a select group of college seniors and graduate students.
The scholarships provide a grant of up to $6,000 for living
expenses and tuition for the first year and a loan for an
equal amount for the second year.
The curricula coordinates study at graduate schools of
social work and colleges of Jewish studies, with field train-
ing in Jewish federations.
JEWISH COMMITMENT: Jewish commitment —
involvement in Jewish affairs — is one of the qualifications
required from candidates for the CJFWF scholarship-loan
program. The candidates are also expected to maintain aca-
demic records of "B" average or better, and leadership
qualities.
The candidates awarded CJFWF scholarships and
loans receive a commitment to be placed in the initial-entry
position with a Federation upon satisfactory completion of
the two-year academic course of study. As their profes-
sional experience is gained, the graduates will move up to
the higher executive-managerial positions, and ultimately
to executive posts with Federations.
Five distinct consortia offer the candidates a special-
ized and integrated degree encompassing a school of social
work and a related institution of higher Jewish learning
with a component field work placement. The five programs
are in Baltimore, Boston, Cleveland, Los Angeles and New
York:—

Israel's Educational Trends
Shown in Government Study

GENEVA — The number Israel. U.S. universities sup-
of college and university plied 16.3 percent followed
graduates in Israel has dou- by Russian institutions with
bled since 1961 with men 12.7 percent: Polish and
still leading women as de- . French schools each contrib-
gree-holders by a 64 to 36 uted 6.9 percent to the total
ratio, according to a study of foreign degree holders.
just completed by an Israel
• U.S._and European
government task force.
Altogether there are origin background gradu-
about 97,000 graduates in ates has fallen from 80 per-
the. country holding BA or cent in 1961 to 56 percent
today.
advanced degrees.
Besides the 97,000 gradu-
• Only 14 percent of to-
ates there are 33,500 per-
day's
graduates are self-
sons who studied in an insti-
tution of higher learning 'employed — the overwhelm-
ing majority are salaried
but did not graduate.
workers
with more than
Among other highlights
of the study which was car- half in the public service
ried out by the Central Bu- sector.
reau of Statistics in cooper-
ation with the Ministry of Lebanon Jews
Education, the National
Council for Research and Flee Country
Development and the Minis-
NEW YORK — A large
try of Labor are these:
exodus of Lebanon Jews to
• Almost 6 percent of Israel, United States, Brit-
the Jewish population ain and France has begun
20-years-old and older are
after the recent outbreak of
degree holders. Of these,
fighting between Moslems
63 percent have bachelor's
and Christians.
degrees; 33 percent mas-
Although Lebanon's 2,000
ter's or equivalent or MD, Jews have remained unmo-
and 4 percent have a PhD lested during the fighting,
or its equivalent.
many have suffered eco-
• More than half the nomic damage. According to
graduates received their last news sources, the Jewish
university degree in Israel population is expected to
and in the past 10 years.
fall under 800 by the ene of
• Hebrew University the year.
graduates- account for 41
percent of the degrees from
local institutions; the Tech- Parley Delayed
nion accounts for 20 percent
NEW YORK (JTA) — The ___
and Tel Aviv University, 18 World Conference on Yid-
percent.
dish, which was to have
• Romanian universities taken place in July in Jeru-
a-ccoan-ted -for -16-.7- percent salem; will -instead he held'
of degrees earned outside of there in August 1976.

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