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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-07-30

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44 Friday, July 30, 1976



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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS



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Women's Group Formed to Spur
AJCongress Urges Stop Aid
Israel Causes Through Balfour Fete to Nations Abetting Hijackers



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for Oakland COUNTY COMMISSIONER

NORMAN GOLDMAN

(Dist. 19 Oak Park — Royal Oak Township) Urges
Residents of Royal Oak Township (Northgate, Lin-
coln Towers, Riverside Montmatre and Barritz Cir-
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HERBERT PETE—ROYAL OAK TWP. SUPERVISOR
ELIJAH BURT—ROYAL OAK TWP. TREASURER

And The Election Of
HELLEN MADDOX—ROYAL OAK TWP. CLERK

And The Election Of The Following Peoples Demo-
cratic Action Slate Candidates:
S. GUINN — TRUSTEE
D. THORNS — CONSTABLE
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Readers Forum

Materials submitted to the Readers Forum must be brief. The
writer's name will be withheld from publication upon request.
No unsigned letters will be published. Materials will not be re-
turned unless a stamped, self-addressed envelope is enclosed.

Please Vote
Aug. 3, 1976 Primary

AT B'NAI ISRAEL

10 Mile East of Greenfield

pd. pal. adv.

DANTE
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State
Representative

Ata.
Endorsed by:

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Detroit Free Press

Farmington Democratic Party
Aldo Vagnozzi—Chairman

Myrna Edgaf

Richard Edgar

Gerald Freedman

Babs Protetch

Irving Protetch

Michael Schpice

Marleen Schwartz

Richard Schwartz

Allen 'Sipher

Ann Sipher

Joanne,mith

Under the honorary chairmanship of Mrs. Ira Kauf-
man, the Zionist Organization of Detroit women's com-
mittee commenced activities this week to spur greater
communal effort for Israel cultural and , youth activities
through the annual Balfour Concert to be held Nov. 7 at
Ford Auditorium. The committee's appeal for support of
the fund-raising project emphasized that Balfour Con-
cert funds go to aid the Tel Aviv ZOA House established
by ZOD's partner organization, the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America, and the youth training activities at Kfar
Silver Agricultural and Technical Institute and the
Mollie Goodman High School near Ashkelon in Israel.
Assisting Mrs. Kaufman on the women's Balfour Con-
cert committee are, from left, seated, Mrs. Sidney Z.
Leib, women's committee chairman; Mrs. Jack Green-
berg, women's co-chairman; Mrs. Ira G. Kaufman, hon-
orary Balfour Concert chairman; Mrs. I. Walter Silver,
golden sponsor and publicity chairman; and women's
committee co-chairmen Mrs. Joel Hamburger and Mrs.
Richard Kramer. Standing, from left, are: Mesdames
Theodore Mandell, Louis Panush, Joseph Pohl, Norma
Hudash and Herzl Shore; Mrs. Philip Slomovitz, golden
sponsor co-chairman; Mesdames Daniel Burman, Ber-
nard Weston, Julius Ring, Sidney Brand, Sidney, Fried-
laender, Pauline B. Klein and office secretary Mrs. Al-
bert Finkelstein.

pd. pol. adv.

Reader Says That French Jews
Share Concern Over Hijacking

Editor, The Jewish News:
I spent a month in Paris
studying social studies
through Wayne (State Uni-
versity's) College of Lifelong
Learning. I would like to
share a few of my impres-
sions observed during the
week of the hijacking of the
Air France plane.
Sunday, July 27 I spent at
a Bnai Brith picnic 90 miles
outside of Paris. There was
no TV, however, radios in
the cars and at the picnic
were continually tuned in
for reports on how the hi-
jacking had occured and
what was happening with
the hostages. They (French
Jews) were upset and criti-
cal of Air France's lack of
security and the French gov-
ernment's association with
Uganda and President Idi
Amin. Their sorrow and
feelings of futility with the
French government were
very evident.
During the week I had ap-
pointments with other
French Jews.

Their hearts were heavy
and they spoke often, re-
peatedly about their anger
asking what action would
Americans take. On Sun-
day, July 4, I attended a
Bnai Brith all-day Jewish
institute, held at a youth
camp. What a change in
everyone! What pride and
exuberance by all for Is-
rael. Agin :all ears, turn

to radio reports of the
dramatic rescue by the Is-
raelis.

They have the same con-
cerns and pride for fellow
Jews as we do. Their soli-
darity march on May 30 in
Paris, supported by 100,000
French Jews attending, dou-
bled their expectations.
They are participating
Jews, representing the
fourth largest Jewish com-
munity in the world, and
they do care.
Esther Pastor

NEW YORK (JTA) — The
American Jewish Congress
has called on the Ford Ad-
ministration and the inter-
national civil aviation _com-
munity to seal off all
countries that give sanctu-
ary or support to air hijack-
ers.
The AJCongress called for
legislation directing the
President to suspend air
service to: "any country
used as a base of operations
or training or as a sanctuary
for terrorists; any country
that arms, aids or abets ter-
rorist organizations; and
any country that continues
to maintain air traffic with
an offending state."
The AJCongregs also
urged legislation to curtail
"all U.S. economic and
military assistance to any
nation that encourages,
protects, supplies — or

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Births

July 23 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Richard S. Victor
(Judith Adaskin), 26294
Summerdale Dr., South-
field, a son, Daniel Robert.
* * *
July 20 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Neal Pook (Abby
Brown), 15821 St. Marys, a
daughter, Lesley Tamara.
* * *
July 20 — To Mr. and
Mrs. H. Barry Levine (Sal-
lyjo Sorock) of Franklin, a
daughter, Lissa Beth.
* * *
July 18 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Harold I. Gach
(Shelley Ceifetz), 10525
Kingston, Huntington
Woods, a daughter, Caryn
Michelle.
* * *
July 14 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Paul S. Herron (Lynn
Heidi Sands), 822 Mary-
wood, Royal Oak, a son,
Kevin Harlo.
* * *
July 13 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Matthew Burman (Estela
Kronenberg of La Paz, Bo-
livia), 22762 Pontchartrain,
Southfield, a daughter, Na-
omi Yael.
* * *
June 27 — To Dr. and
Mrs. Jerry Aronoff (Alicia
Cohen), 4941 Watergate Rd.,
West Bloomfield, a daugh-
ter, Cari Beth.

Baby Wor ► d's

fails to take appropriate
action against — organi-
zations guilty of air terror-
ism."
The statement urged that
letters be sent to the Inter-
national Air Transport As-
sociation and International
Federation of Airlines Pil-
ots Association urging them
"to make clear that they will
no longer fly to any nation
that: refuses immediately to
return a hijacked plane, its
passengers or crew; gives
haven to those responsible
for any hijacking; or fails to
prosecute or extradite hi-
jack terrorists promptly."

Radomer Society
Plans to Gather

Radomer Aid Society will
have a regular meeting 8:30
p.m. Tuesday at the Work-
men's Circle Center.
Plans are being made and
committees picked for the
annual banquet to be held in
November. Refreshments
and a social hour will follow
the meeting.

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