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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-09-23

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28 Friday, September 23, 1977

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NEW YORK—Congress-
man Edward Koch defeated
New York Secretary of
State Mario Cuomo Monday
in a runoff election to win
the Democratic nomination
for mayor of New York. He
will face Cuomo again in
November because Cuomo
won the Liberal Party des-
ignation. Roy Goodman won
the Republican nomination
and radio personality Barry
Farber is the Conservative
nominee.
Koch led by an over-
whelming margin in Man-
hattan, where he served five
terms as a congressman
from the "silk stocking"
district on the east side.
Meanwhile, the American
Jewish Congress had
strongly criticized Cuomo
for saying that if the Jewish

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6:30 a.m. Sunday. WXYZ
(1270) and WRIF FM (101)
and 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
WDEE (1500), a message to
the Jewish community.
***
RELIGION IN THE
NEWS: 6:30 a.m. Sunday,
CKWW (680).

-

* * *

VISTAS OF ISRAEL: 6:30
a.m. Sunday, WOMC-FM
(104.3). Israel culture a
literature, a calendar
events in the Jewish com-
munity follows.
***
JEWISH COMMUNITY
HIGHLIGHTS: 9:45 a.m.
Sunday, Channel 2. Rabbi
Israel Halpern, spiritual
leader of Cong. Beth
Abrahm Hillel Moses—West
Bloomfield, and Charlotte
Tessler will discuss the Suk-
kot holiday and the building
of the sukka.
***
LUBAVITCH JEWISH
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WNIC (1300) and WNIC-FM
(100), rabbinical remarks,
Jewish music.
***
INTERVIEW
IMPROMPTU: 11 p.m. Sun-
day, WDEE (1500) and 12:15
p.m. Wednesday, WQRS-FM
(105.1).

She said the AJCongress
finds it "offensive" that
Jewish voters have been
singled out on the issue of
ethnic bloc voting and noted
that over the years Jews
have voted for candidates of
"many different ethnic and
religious backgrounds."

Movement Predicted to Bar
Israel From 1980 Olympics

MOVIE
GUIDE

MON. THRU FRI.

NORTHWESTERN HGWY. AT 12 MILE & FRANKLIN

EDWARD KOCH
voters elect a Jewish mayor
Jews will be blamed if
things go wrong for the city.
In an interview with the
New York Daily News last
week, Cuomo, who is
Roman Catholic, was
quoted as saying that if

WASHINGTON (JTA)—A
large bipartisan bloc of Con-
gressmen have protested in
a letter to the U.S. Olympic
Committee that the Soviet
Union and its Third World
allies are engaged in a proc-
ess to prevent Israel from
competing in the Olympic
summer games in Moscow
Americana Complex
in 1980.
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THEATERS—I Show only
Kemp (R-N.Y.) and mailed
at 1:00 -51.50
to Robert Kane, president of
"STAR WARS"
the Olympic Committee in
"A STAR IS BORN"
New York.
"RETURN OF THE
In a floor speech in the
PINK PANTHER"
House, Kemp said that "a
"PINK PANTHER
combined Soviet-Third
STRIKES AGAIN"
World campaign is now
"ONE ON ONE"
"The OTHER SIDE OF MIDNIGHT" under way" against Israel

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Jewish voters choose a can-
didate on the basis of reli-
gion rather than on merit "I
think it will be bad for the
Jews, because everything
that goes wrong with the
city they'll say, yeah,
there's that Jewish mayor."-
In a letter to Cuomo,
Naomi Levine, AJCongress
executive director, said that
to raise this threat "is a
dangerous pandering to eth-
nic and religious
prejudice."

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by reducing Israel's mem-
bership in the 26 Olympic
federations to less than five,
the minimum required for
national participation.
To participate in Olympic
Games, a nation must
belong to at least five feder-
ations, Kemp noted. "The
Israelis do not belong to all
26 Federations to start with
because they do not field
teams in all events, espe-
cially the winter sports.
Under pressure from the
Soviets and from Third
World nations, the Israelis
are being forced out of these
federations one by one, and
usually on a technicality
never otherwise applied.
The goal? To have the
Israelis down to less than
five federations by 1980."

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MOTIF: 9 a.m. Monday
and Thursday. WIID (1090).
Jewish news, entertain-
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and "Spotlight" on the com-
munity with Barbara
Katchke and Rachel Jacobs.

* * *

COFFEE WITH HY: 9
a.m. Tuesday. WIID (1090).
interviews and features of
Jewish interest, with Hy
Schenkmann.

* * *

Israel Population Increases

TEL AVIV—Israel's popu-
lation grew by 2.1 percent to
3,618.000 in the last year.
The number of Jews rose
by 55,000 (1.8 per cent) to
3.059,000. and the number of
non-Jews rose by 20,000 (3.6
per cent) to 569.000.
The figures do not include
the more than a million
Arabs in the occupied ten-i-

tories of Gaza, Sinai, the
West Bank and the Golan
Heights.
Jewish immigration
increased to 21,000 from
20,000. but 17,000 emigrated
The immigrants included
9,300 "potential immi-
grants," who had not firmly
decided on making their
home in Insrael.

HIAS Picks Head
of Women's Unit

Conservatiye Shift

NEW YORK—Mrs. Edith
Alexander has been named
executive director of the
Women's Division of HIAS.
Formerly director of the
UJA-Federastion Manhat-
tan Women's Division, Mrs.
Alexander has also served
on the board of directors of
the Beth Abraham Home
and Hopsital.
A graduate of New York
University with a B.A. in
English and sociology, Mrs.
Alexander is the recipient of
numerous awards and cita-
tions for her volunteer and
professional work in the
Jewish community. She will
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SHIDUREI YISRAEL
BE-DETROIT: 9:30 a.m.
Tuesday. WIID_(1090, an all-
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music. news- and features
from Israel. with Joshua
Tabak.

* * *

IF NOT NOW: 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday, WDET-FM
(101.9).

NEW YORK (ZINS) —
The election of Menahem
Begin as prime minister of
Israel has triggered support
of Israel among American
political conservatives.
In July, Human Events
magazine carried two pro-
Israel editorials — "Begin:
Israel's Ronald Reagan"
and "Why Israel Resists
Carter's Mideast Plan."
The magazine had been
accused in the past of being
"latently anti-Semitic."
Congressman Philip
Crane, leader of the Ameri-
can Conservative Union,
recently stated that Begin's
election has improved the
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