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December 02, 1977 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-12-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING OF
THE HEBREW BENEVOLENT SOCIETY

For the election of members of the Board of Direc-
tors will take place on Thursday evening, December
8, 1977, 8:30 P.M., at their building, 26640 Green-
field Road, Oak Park, Michigan.
The following have been placed in nomination:

Louis Levine
William I. Liberson
Hyman Lipsitz
Myron L. Milgrom
Edward Miller
Solomon G. Miller
Herbert Mitnick
Jacob Nosanchuk
Jack Peitz
Judge Joseph J. Pernick
Harry Portner
Samuel S. Portner
David Richman
Allan Rosenberg
Nathan P. Rossen
Nathan Samet
I. William Sherr
Morse Shiffman
David Silver
Harry L. Silverman
Isadore Silverman
A.M. Silverstein
Maurice Stewart
Philip Stollman
Louis P. Topor
William V. Valensky
Harry Weingarden
Ben Weisman
-
Peter Weiss
Sanford L. Wolok
Other nominations can be made in the form of a
petition signed by 30 members in good standing, and
presented to the President at least three days before
the meeting.

Hillel L. Abrams
Leonard Antel
Dr. S. Meyer Arbit
Jacob Bacow
George Bass
Norman Blake
Charles S. Blondy
Samuel Brezner
Harry E. Citrin
Meyer I. Cooper
Morris Dorn
Jerome G. Friedman
Leo B. Furst
Ben Grant
Eric Greenbaum
Ernest E. Greenfield
Samuel P. Havis
Sheldon I. Hoenig
Earl Jacobs
Paul Jacobs
Hyman Karp
Herbert W. Kaufman
Samuel A. Kayne
Jerome W. Kelman
Joseph M. Korman
Harry Laker
Irving Laker
Philip Langwald
Joseph Lee

Friday, December 2, 1977 29

Labor to Recommend 'Functional'
Compromise on West Bank Issue

JERUSALEM (JTA)—
Hawks and doves in the
Labor Alignment's Knesset
faction agreed at a meeting
Tuesday to recommend that
the government consider a
"functional" compromise
on the West Bank as a tern-
porary measure pending a
final agreement on the fu-
ture status of that territory.
The arrangement con-
templated would grant West
Bank residents autonomy in
the conduct of their civilian
affairs under joint Israeli-

the most serious problems
will arise when the time
comes to consider the Pa-
lestinian question.

Jordanian supervision.

The faction acknowledged
that this would be only an
interim solution, but the
Laborites contended that it
was the only compromise
that could bridge the wide
gap that now exists between
Israeli and Arab positions
on the West Bank.

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