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December 05, 1975 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-12-05

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44 December S, 1975


Milliken Endorses Support of Israel at Bond Dinner

Gov. William G. Milliken
strongly re-endorsed his
support for the state of Is-
rael and scored the recent



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UN General Assembly reso-
lution equating Zionism
with racism last week at the
Michigan-Israel Dinner of
State on behalf of State of
Israel Bonds at Adat
Shalom Synagogue.
At the dinner honoring
Milliken, David Pollack,
chairman of the Detroit Is-
rael Bond Committee, an-
nounced that National Bank
of Detroit purchased
$250,000 worth of Bonds
and Manufacturers Na-
tional Bank made a $300,000
Gov. Milliken said in part:
"The establishment of
the state of Israel was to
the modern age what the
founding of this nation
was to an earlier century
— a miracle wrought of di-
vine guidance and human
struggle. A great victory
for the oppressed. A bold
affirmation, before all the
world, of the inherent
dignity and worth of the
"We all know that ever
since David Ben-Gurion
proclaimed Israeli state-
hood on May 14, 1948, in a
ceremony in the Tel Aviv
Museum, the continued sur-
vival of the new nation has
required heroic bravery and
sacrifice on the part of its
people, and the vigorous
support of its friends.

"Now, in addition to the
continuing dangers of a vol-
atile military situation in
the Middle East, the state of
Israel faces a new threat.
And it is time once more for
friends of Israel to vocally
and emphatically reaffirm
their support.
"Less than two weeks ago,
as you all know, the United
Nations General Assembly
voted 72 to 35, with 32 ab-
stentions, to adopt a resolu-
tion condemning Zionism as
a "form of racism and racial
- "It is true that this reso-
lution has no binding ef-
fect upon any nation, and
it is true that its sponsors
argued that anti-Zionism
was not anti-Semitism.
"This vote is not to be
lightly dismissed, however,
as simply a propaganda vic-
tory for its sponsors.
"There is the very real
danger that this deplorable
resolution might be the first
step in a new effort to chal-
lenge what Israel's UN
Ambassador Chaim Herzog
describes as "a unique and
unbroken connection, ex-
tending some 4,000 years,
between the People of the
Book and the Land of the


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"We friends of Israel
must do all we can to help
that nation resist any new
attacks upon its legitimacy
as a secular state . . .
"It is important, too, that
those nations who voted in
favor of this resolution real-
ize that in supporting the
sovereignty of the secular
state of Israel, we are sup-
porting the sovereignty of
their states as well. A threat
to one is a threat to all. This
is a basic premise of the
democratic ideal."

* * *

Dec. 1 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Daniel Glass (Cheryle
Klein), former Detroiters of
Pittsburgh, Pa., a son, Ja-
son Philip.
* * *
Nov. 26 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Donald Goldstein
(Donna Burton), former
Detroiters of Plantation,
Fla., a son, Ryan Lee.
* * *
Nov. 21 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Wally Sampson (Ro-
chelle Westheimer), 19541
Cherry Hill Ln., Southfield,
a son, Daniel Aaron.


* *

Nov. 19 — To Dr. and


William W. Gross has
been appointed administra-
tive vice president for Real
The Israel Prime Minis- Estate One, announces
ter's Medal was presented Richard S. Elsea, president.
to Governor Milliken at Gross has been in the real
the Israel Bond dinner estate field 25 years and has
held in his honor on Nov. experience in residential
25, by Israel Minister of sales, land development, in-
Tourism Moshe Kol. Jo- vestment and commercial
seph Jackier, the dinner sales and financing and syn-
chairman, is shown in the dication. * * *
Yaffe Stone and August,
Inc. of Southfield will
Detroiters Fund handle all advertising for
the Michigan Lottery Com-
Israel Hospital
mission Second Instant
An item in last week's Game which Will be intro-
Jewish News erroneously duced early next year.
* * *
stated that the Raskin Free
Loan Fund established by
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Nosan- List of Service
chuk of Oak Park in me- Hours in Error
mory of their daughter,
Mrs. Rose Raskin, was to be
Glassman Olds' service
used for the Shaare Zedek department is open two
Hospital,in Israel and for nights until 9, Monday and
persons in need.
Thursday, and not four
The Nosanchuks actually nights as erroneously stated
provided funds for a room at _in last week's Jewish News.
the Shaare Zedek Hospital
Service department hours
Medical Center. The Raskin for the rest of the week are
Free Loan fund was esta- Tuesday, Wednesday and
blished by the couple earlier Friday until 6 p.m.
this year.

Rabbi to Address
Macomb College

Rabbi Jeffrey Ballon of
Temple Beth Jacob, Pontiac
will speak 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday at Macomb
County Community College.
His topic will be "Is God
Rabbi Ballon's appear-
ance is sponsored by the
Jewish Chautauqua Society,
an organization dedicated to
creating a better under-
standing of Jews and Juda-
ism. JCS is the educational
project of the National Fed-
eration of Temple Brother-

Surgery Delayed
for Lou Gordon

TV commentator Lou
Gordon's open heart sur-
gery scheduled for this week
was postponed after the
controversial talk show host
contracted a fever.
Gordon was to enter the
University of Michigan
Medical Center Monday in
preparation for surgery
Wednesday to replace an
aortic valve.

,Mrs. Michael Kent (Marilyn
Pitt), 25595 Briar, Oak
Park, a daughter, Melissa
* * *
Nov. 19 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Myron Gelt (Barbara
Dunn), 14400 Dartmouth,
Oak Park, a daughter, Edan
* * *
Nov. 18 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Gould (Jill
Robinson), 3193 Rutledge
Park Ct., West Bloomfield,
a son, Scott Matthew.
* * *
Nov. 17 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Holtz (Ju(
Leemon), 32276 Tareytt—,
Farmington Hills, a son,
Ethan Randall.
* * *
Nov. 11 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Myron Korobkin
(Adele Keys), 21530 Concord
Ct., Southfield, a son, Scott

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Workmen's Circle Dis-
trict Committee will begin
an informal discussion
group on American life and
institutions 7 p.m. Sun-
day at the Workmen's Circle
This is the first in a series
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Harriet Arnowitz, Work-
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Publisher Error

"Plant Parenthood," by
Maggie Baylis publicized in
last week's Jewish News
mistakenly listed Charles
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