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September 30, 1977 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-09-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, September 30, 1977 17 .

The JewishWelfare Federation
Starts New Finance Committee

Israel Ouster From Games Opposed

Congressman James J.
Blanchard (D-18th District)
has joined in a letter to the
United States Olympic Com-
mittee to protest apparent
efforts by the Soviet Union
and Third World countries
to arrange the exclusion of
Israel from the 1980 Olym-
pic Games in Moscow.
The letter, authored by
Congressman Jack Kemp
(R-NY) and signed by 81
Representatives, warns the
committee that U.S. support
for the games will "col-
lapse" if Israel is excluded.

Shown attending the inaugural meeting of the Jewish
Welfare Federation's new finance committee are standing,
from left Anna W. Chapin, Federation controller; Martin E.
Citrin, Federation president; Joseph B. Cotten, Marvin H.
Fleischman, Leslie Rose and committee auditor Kenneth I.
Sheven. Seated, from left, are Jack 0. Lefton, Erwin S.
Simon, Irving Rose, committee chairman; Malcolm S. Low-
enstein and Sol Drachler, executive director. Not pictured
are committee members Harold Berry, Maurice S. Cohen,
Arnold -Faudman, Edward C. Levy, Jr., Norman H. Rose-
nfeld and Alan E. Schwartz. The committee was organized
in response to a study and recommendations submitted pre-
viously by the fiscal review committee of Federation and
United Jewish Charities. Members will serve on panels in
the areas of real estate and land, portfolio management,
and investment and audit.

and that Congress would not
support funding to assist
U.S. participation in the
games.

Blanchard said the Rus-
sians and Third World
nations have been attempt-
ing to force Israel out of the
26 Olympic federations—
each representing an hidi-
vidual Olympic sport—one
by one, in order to make it
ineligible for the -1980
Olympics.

A nation must belong to at
least five federations in

or

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order to compete in the
games, and Israel already
does not belong to a number
of the winter sport feder-
ations because it does not
field teams in those events.

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Jewry on the Air

This Week's Radio and
Television Programs

MESSAGE OF ISRAEL:
a.m. Sunday. WXYZ
(1270) and WRIF-FM (101)
and 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
WDEE (1500), a message to
the Jewish community.

6:30

***

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 and
literature, a calendar of
events in the Jewish com-
munity follows.
***
JEWISH COMMUNITY
HIGHLIGHTS: 9:45 a.m.
Sunday, Channel 2.
***

IF NOT NOW: 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday, WDET-FM
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YIDDISHE SHTUNDE: 9
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Yiddish program of music
news, interviews and other
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***
AL NAFTAL'S Jewish
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ated from Kalamazoo Col-
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degree in dental hygiene.
Her fiance was graduated
from Western Michigan
University with a bachelor's
degree in political science.
A late fall wedding is
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