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January 13, 1978 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-01-13

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20 Friday, January 13, 1978 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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■ 100

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FOR QUICK SALE

OF YOUR UNWANTED USED FURS

El-Mars Suburban Shop

Eleanor Heyman

Marion Feverman

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Dropsie Elects Dr. Perelman to Be Its Fourth President

sity as distinguished profes-
sor of Hebraica research.
"The integrity and inde-
pendence of Dropsie Univer-
sity will be retained and its
reputation as a community
of scholars will be strength-
ened," said Dr. Perelman
as the new president.
"While the student body

PHILADELPHIA—Dr. Leon
J. Perelman, head of manu-
facturing companies in the
paper industry, was elected
the fourth president in the
70-year history of Dropsie
University.

Dr. Perelman, who was
acting president during the
past year, has been chair-
man of the school's execu-
tive committee for many
years. He succeeds Dr.
Abraham I. Katsh, who be-
came president emeritus
last year and continues his
association with the univer-

Mum on Trial of American
Accused by Israel of Spying

U.S.

DR. LEON PERELMAN

Dulzin Wants
Zionist Coalition

-

26106 Greenfield
Oak Park, in Lincoln Center
968-8855

may continue to remain
small in numerical size, we
will not lose sight of the
larger mission we must ful-
fill.
Dropsie University is a
graduate school devoted to
the study of Hebrew, biblic-
al and Middle East lan-
guages and culture.

TEL AVIV (JTA)—Leon
Dulzin, Jewish Agency
treasurer, announced that
efforts would be made at
the World Zionist Congress
in Jerusalem next month to
form an all-party coalition
in the World Zionist Organi-
zation.
Labor is expected to -de-
mand the key post of treas-
urer since it has agreed not
to nominate a candidate to
oppose Dulzin. But Dulzin
would not discuss those re-
ports.
He promised to change
the way portfolios are
allocated to WZO Executive
members.

Character
is
tested
through three things: busi-
ness, wine and conversa-
tion.

Sorry We're Late .. .

-

WASHINGTON ‘(JTA )—
The U.S. government
Tuesday refused to corn-
ment on the trial and sen-
tencing of a young Ameri-
can woman by an Israeli
court for passing informa-
tion about Israel to Arab
terrorists, but pointed out
that she had admitted guilt
and the - proceedings have
been in accordance with Is-
raeli law."
Questions about the case
of Terry Fleener, 23. of San
Antonio, Texas, who began
a five-year term Monday in
Tel Aviv, were posed at the
State Department on the
basis of the adequacy of 'the
proceedings and on whether
the Carter Administration
views on human rights in-
clude -open trial" of Ameri-
cans in foreign lands.
Department spokesman
Hodding Carter, after noting
"we prefer all countries
have judicial systems like
ours, - pointed out that it is
"a given" that Americans
are going to be tried under

the laws of the country
whose laws they violate or
are accused of violating.
Carter also said that Miss
Fleener had "pleaded
guilty" during a one-day
trial behind closed doors to
charges of conveying infor-
mation to the enemy and
conspiring to convey infor-
mation to the enemy and
rendering service to unlaw-
ful groups.
Responding to the sen-
tence, her Israeli lawyer,
Felicia Langer, said -it's
better than the death sen-
tence." She called the sen-
tence "cruel and unbased"
and added she will appeal.
Meanwhile, an American
Arab, Sami Esmail, 24, a
graduate student at
Michigan State University,
has been arrested in Israel
on suspicion of contact with
Arab terrorists, according
to the U.S. embassy.

Little children don't let
you chew, and with big
ones you can't afford the
new.

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All Our Wishes For Health & Happiness To
THE WORLD'S GREATEST PARENTS
AND GRANDPARENTS

SAM

and

IDA BIENSTOCK

ON YOUR 40th ANNIVERSARY

STU, NORM, CAROL

and the grandchildren,
Robbie, Kim & Michael

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