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May 14, 1976 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-05-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

14 May 14, 1976

Hasped .
Saliba Satan

is pleased
to announce

Flint Area News

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COMMUNITY I
CALENDAR

The Flint Jewish Commu-
Flint Area nity Council's Cultural Car-
Temple Youth meeting, 1 avan '76 will present its
p.m., Temple Beth El; and final show of the season 7:30
FJCC Cultural Caravan '76, p.m. Sunday at Cong. Beth
Columbus Boy Choir,' 7:30 Israel. The Columbus Boy
p.m., Cong. Beth Israel.
Choir, a group of 28 young
Monday — Cong. Beth Is- men, age 11-15, will per-
rael Sisterhood board meet- form.
ing, 12:30 p.m., Cong. Beth
Included in the program
Israel.
will be Charles Davidson's
Tuesday — Bnai Brith "A Singing of Angels", nine
board meeting, 8 p.m., home _selections which tell the
of Saul Markey, 1200 River story of a Jewish child
Valley.
growing up, and works by
Thursday — Cong. Beth Schumann, Brahms and
rsrael board of education, 8 Schubert. The program will
p.m., synagogue; Jewish conclude with "Bashana
War Veterans Auxiliary, Haba'ah."
noon.
Refreshments will be
served. Tickets may be pur-
Flint People
chased at the door.

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Make News

Dr. Charles N. Pappas,
president of Mott Commu-
nity College, received the C.
S. Mott Citizen of the Year
Award at the 70th annual
meeting of the Flint Area
Chamber of Commerce.

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Flint ORT Plans
Installation Lunch

Flint Chapter, Women's
American ORT, will hold its
installation luncheon 12:30
p.m. Tuesday at the Coun-
try Squire.
Gloria Levine will install
the new officers. Donor and
honor roll members will be
hcnored.

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Bar Mitzva 1

Daniel Binder, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Binder will
become Bar Mitzva 9 a.m.
May 22, at Cong. Beth Is-
rael.

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Flint Jews Mark
Israel Birthday

The Israeli Ensemble and
Uri Segal of the Israeli
Student Organization will
provide music and Israeli
dancing instruction for the
Flint Jewish Community
Council's Israel Independ-
ence observance to take
place 6:30 p.m. Wednesday
at Flint's Temple Beth El.
The program will include
a traditional Israeli dinner
and appearances by Con-
gressmen Donald Riegle and
James O'Hara, Deane Baker
of the University of Michi-
gan Board of Regents and a
representative of the Israel
government.
Admission is nominal.
For reservations, call the
Council office, 767-5922.

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Flint Obituaries

Arthur Yarmy, 68

Arthur Yarmy, an admin-
istrative assistant to firmer
State Highway Commis-
sioner John C. Mackie, died
April 30 at age 68.
Born in Pennsylvania, Mr.
Yarmy owned a bar and a
drapery business while in
Flint. He resided in East
Lansing.
In the early 1960s, Mr.
Yarmy was secretary of a
state group that opposed
adoption of the new State
Constitution. The group op-
posed the Constitution be-
cause it restructured the
state highway department.
He also was finance direc-
tor of Mackie's re-election
campaign.
Mr. Yarmy is survived by
two sisters, Rose and
Fanny, both of Chicago; and
a brother, Joseph of Royal
Royal Oak.

Canada Zionist
Organizations Split

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The Canadian Zionist Fed-
eration has dissociated it-
self from the Zionist Organ-
ization of Canada's three-
man committee that held
hearings in Jerusalem on
the problems of Canadian
olim in Israel.
Yosef Almogi, chairman
of the World Zionist Organi-
zation and Jewish Agency
Executives made public a
cable from Philip G. Givens,
president of the Canadian
Zionist-Federation, in which
he stressed that the CZF
had not authorized. the in-
quiry and expressed regret
that the ZOC had acted
without prior consultation
with the Federation or the
Jewish Agency.
Almogi said Givens'
message confirmed the
fact that the ZOC was not
representative of the CZF
and thereby supported the
grounds on which the Jew-
ish Agency had refused an
invitation to participate in
the inquiry or send observ-
ers to it.
The ZOC panel, headed by
Gerald N.F. Charness of
Montreal, heard testimony
from some 40 Canadians
who complained about bu-
reaucratic red tape but were
generally positive about life
in Israel and said they had
no intention to return to
Canada.

Israel Amnesty International
Unit Seeks Outside Evaluation

LONDON (JTA) — A call
for the European Commis-
sion on Human Rights to ex-
amine the siutation in Israel
was made here by the chair-
man of the Israeli branch of
Amnesty International.
Prof. Yoram Dinstein, of
Tel Aviv University, said
that the greatest contribu-
tion that the European com-
munity could make to peace
in the Middle East would be
to permit Israel's accession
to the European Convention
on Human Rights.
Dinstein, an authority
on international law, said
the European body was vir-
tually the only international
institution whose findings
on allegations of torture of
political prisoners in Israel
would be respected.
Addressing a luncheon
attended by representa-
tives of Amnesty Interna-
tional and other human
rights organizations, Din-
stein said that there had
been hundreds of allega-
tions of torture of prison-
ers in Israel, but almost
every case had been'
proved to be unfounded.

The Israeli branch of
Amnesty International is
not a typical one because,
unlike other branches, it
takes an interest in alleged
cases in its own country.
Dinstein said that his
branch functioned partly as
a "conduit" for the interna-
tional secretariat of Am-
nesty, which is based in
London.
In the past, relations have
not always been smooth be-
tween the organization and
the Israel government. The
Israeli authorities had been
especially critical. of Amnes-
ty's publication of a com-
bined report on allegations
of _torture by Israel and
Syria after the Yom Kippur
War.
A senior Amnesty official
at the luncheon said that
the organization had been
wrong to publish the report.
Instead, it should have sim-
ply submitted its findings
privately to the govern-
ments of both countries.

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UJA Pledges
to Attain Goal

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Following participation in a
tribute to victims of the Hol-
caust, members of the
United Jewish Appeal
Spring Cash Mission vowed
to return to their home com-
munities and work with re-
newed vigor to meet a na-
tional cash goal of $100
million by June.
The UJA Cash Mission
was in Israel on an eight-
day fact-finding trip for the
purpose of gathering infor-
mation on the needs of the
people of Israel. Partici-
pants will apply what
they've learned to accelerat-
ing the current fund-raising
campaign, leading up to the
natianal closing date on
June 6.

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