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July 16, 1976 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-07-16

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36 Friday, July 16, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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July 12 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Daniel Kohlenberg
(Marlene Yourist), 13640
Manhattan, Oak Park, a
daughter, Sara Jill.
* * *
July 10 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Merill B. Stromer (Ruth
Ann Ellis), 7323 Coach Ln.,
West Bloomfield, a son,
Noah David.
* * *
July 2 — To Mr. and Mrs.
John LeVine (Judy Glass-
man) of Southfield, a
daughter, Stacey Michelle.
* * *
July 1 — To Mr. and Mrs.
A. Stuart Tompkins (Car-
olyn •Koltonow), 20265
Ledgestone Dr., Southfield,
a daughter, Emily Jill.
* * *
June 22 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Martin Scott (Cheryl
Katzman), 24611 Rensse-
laer, Oak Park, a son,
Joshua Harris.
* * *
June 18 — To Dr. and
Mrs. David J. Berris (Mar-
ilyn Markowitz), 25940
Stratford Pl., Oak Park, a
daughter, Michelle Judith.

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Bnai Brith
Activities

IVAN S. BLOCH
LODGE installed Julius
(Jerry) Schlussel as presi-
dent at its 30th annual in-
stallation at Shenandoah
Golf and Country Club.
Other officers are Richard
Liss, Marc Tuttleman, Os-
car Tuttleman and Marc
Weberman, vice presidents;
Ray Rebeck, treasurer; Nor-
man Moss, Alan Schrier and
Larry Schlussel, secre-
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Softball League
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The Metropolitan Detroit
Bnai Brith Softball League
all-star games will be
played Sunday at Oak Park
Major Park.
The American League
game will be played at 2:30
p.m., and the National
League game will be played
at 4 p.m., both at diamond
No. 1.
Keidan-1 currently leads
the American East stand-
ings with an 11-0 record.
Pisgah-1 and Tikvah-1 are
tied for the American West
lead with 7-3 records, fol-
lowed by Bloch at 7-4 and
L'Chayim-1 at 6-4.
The National League
North is led by Pisgah-3
with an 8-1 record, followed
by Reyut-1 at 7-1. Pisgah-2
leads the National League
South with a 7-1 record, fol-
lowed by Morganthal-3 and
Keidan-2 with 7-2 records.

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Two candidates running
for the Democratic nomina-
tion for U.S. Senator from
Michigan have issued strong
statements in support of
Israel's action in rescuing
hijack hostages in Uganda.
Rep. James G. O'Hara
sent a telegram to President
Ford last Thursday which
said:
"When the United Na-
tions Security Council
meets tomorrow, I urge you,
in the strongest possible
terms, to instruct the
United States delegation to
veto any resolution seeking
to condemn Israel for its
successful rescue of hos-
tages who had been held
captive by terrorists in
Uganda.
"Israel acted swiftly,
boldly and decisively to save
human lives. Hijackings and
the use of innocent human
beings as pawns in the poli-
tics of terror must be
stopped: terrorists and
those who shelter terrorists
must be made to realize that
there is no safe haven for
their operations.
"When we were a fled-
gling nation, our answer to
the barbary pirates was:
`Millions for defense, but
not one cent for tribute.'
That should be our watch-
word now, and it should be
the code by which the UN
operates. Israel deserves the
gratitude of the civilized
world, not its condemna-
tion."
Rep. Don Riegle said. "I
congratulate the state of
Israel for its daring initia-
tives in freeing the hos-
tages held by terrorists in
Uganda.
"While I regret the loss of
life that occurred, I believe
that failure to conduct the
rescue operation would have
resulted in many more
deaths.
"Hijackings, kidnappings,
and other terrorist attacks
must be met head-on. Oth-
er-wise we all become hos-
tages of extremist threats
and actions.
"What is at stake are
basic human values — ei-
ther we defend our beliefs
with all our strength, or our
freedom will always be in
jeopardy. --
"So my affection and
respect is with the mem-
bers of the Israeli com-
mando team who risked
their lives to save the lives
of others. I also applaud
the Israeli government for
its courage and strength in
the decision to undertake
the rescue operation.
• "There Se many things
that bind America and Is-
rael in common cause —
and a love of freedom is a
central element. If the
United States and Israel
continue to stand strongly
together, we will preserve
the freedom of both our
countries."
In addition, John H.
Shepherd, president of the
Jewish Community Council
of Metropolitan Detroit,
wrote to President Gerald
R. Ford, expressing the
Council's "sincere admira-

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Shepherd called upon the
President to use this inci-
dent as "the occasion for our
government to renew-its ef-
forts to deal effectively, on
an international level, with
such outrageous endanger-
ment of human life."

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