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April 07, 1978 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-04-07

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54 Friday, April 7, 1978

TIE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

U-M Final Tests Fall on Pesach

The University of Michi-
gan has asked its faculty to
,make special provisions for
observant Jews who have
tests scheduled on Satur-
day, April 22, the first day of
U-M's final examination
schedule.
The university became
aware of the conflict in
January, but said a change
would conflict with cora-

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Holmes Cited at
Histadrut Event

mencement and the begin-
ning of the spring term.
The Jewish Commun-
ity Council, which was
contacted by some stu-
dents, sends all state
schools a five-year
calendar listing Jewish
holidays.
Community Council pres-
ident John H. Shepherd has
asked that any similar con-
flicts be brought to the
community council's atten-
tion.

Unjust War

NEW YORK (ZINS) —
Prof. Michael Walzer's new
book, "Just and Unjust
Wars," lists the Six-Day
War as an "unjust" war
caused by the Egyptians.

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Dan Sandberg
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Teamster vice president Robert Holmes is shown
receiving the Histadrut Award from Morris Lieber-
man, chairman of the Israel Histadrut Campaign of
Metropolitan Detroit.

* *

Governor William Milli-
ken and Detroit Mayor Col-
eman Young led the tribute
to Teamster Vice President
Robert Holmes at the an-
nual Michigan Trade Union
Dinner for Histadrut last
week at Cobo Hall.
A scholarship in Holmes'
name was established by
the Trade Union Council
and the 1,500 supporters
who attended the dinner.

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by students at Histadrut's
Amal trade schools in Is-
rael.
Holmes was praised at
the dinner by UAW vice
president Irving Bluestone,

Terror Toll at 33

TEL AVIV (JTA) —
Mathilda Ashkenazi, 67,
who was one of the 82 people
wounded during the ter-
rorist carnage March 11,
died March 30.
She was the 33rd fatality.
Mrs. Ashkenazi was in a
hospital for 19 days where
doctors tried to save her life.

Arab Paris Office
Target of Bombs

PARIS (JTA) — The of-
fices of an Arab workers' or-
ganization were damaged
early Monday by the explo-
sion of two gasoline bombs.
In the keynote address, No one was injured and the
Sol Chaikin, president of damage was slight.
the International Ladies
A group calling itself
Garment Workers Union, "The Avengers of the Tel
stressed the progressive and Aviv Massacre," an appa-
humanitarian attitude of rent reference to the ter-
the Histadrut in Israel.
rorist massacre on March
11, claimed responsibility
for the attack.

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If you're not
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DAN KAHN

ship in the AST, which hon-
ors purchasers of Israel
Bonds in the $10,000 to
$25,000 category.
Arieh Eilan, a member
of Israel's delegation to
the General Assembly of
the United Nations and
Ambassador-at-Large
for Israel's Foreign
Ministry, will speak.

You can't enjoy your jewelry if it's sitting in
your safe deposit box. Sell it for immediate
cash. We purchase fine gems, Diamonds and
Gold Jewelry.
A -service to private owners, banks and
estates.

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LONDON (JTA) — Cyril
Stein has been elected
chairman of the manage-
ment committee -of the
Jewish Telegraphic Agen-
cy's Daily News Bulletin
published in London.
He succeeds Michael Sac-
her who remains a member
of the London committee
and board of directors of the
worldwide JTA.
Stein, 50, is active in the
Joint Israel Appeal, Of
which he is a vice chairman,
and in the Jewish National
Fund.

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sociate chairman of the
Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion — National Division
and treasurer of the
Jewish Family Service
and is vice president of
the Jewish Community
Center of Metropolitan
Detroit.
In 1970, Tauber received
the Detroit Federation's
Frank Wetsman Memorial
Leadership Award as an
outstanding young leader.

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HARVARD ROW MALL

Tributes from the
Michigan legislature and
the Detroit City Council
were also delivered. Mor-
ris Lieberman, chairman
of the Israel Histadrut
Campaign of Metropoli-
tan Detroit gave the His-
tadrut Award to Holmes.

D. Dan Kahn, the new
Detroit area chairman for
Israel Bonds Ambassador's
Society of Trustees (AST)
will host the first of a series
of informational meetings
initiated by Israel's Ambas-
sador to the U.S. Simha Di-
nitz.
The meeting will be held
in the Kahns' Huntington
Woods home 8 p.m. Thurs-
day and will be geared to-
ward -increasing member-

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GLAMOUR AND LEISURE FEMININE

William Marshall, and Mil-
liken and Young.

Joel D. Tauber has been
appointed chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal, East
Central Region (Indiana,
Kentucky, Michigan and
Ohio), it was announced by
Leonard R. Strelitz, UJA
general chairman, and Bert
Rabinowitz, chairman of
the UJA National Cam-
paign Cabinet.
Tauber is a member of the
UJA National Campaign
Cabinet and former vice
chairman of the Young
Leadership Cabinet. For the
last two years he was co-
chairman of the Young
Leadership Cabinet. For the
last two years he was co-
chairman of the East Cent-
ral Region and in that
capacity traveled exten-
sively throughout the four
state area as a campaign
adviser and consultant, of-
fering his expertise to the
communities in the region.
He has served as as-

Kahn to Host Bond Meeting

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SPRING SALE!

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state AFL-CIO president

UJA Appoints Joel Tauber
East Central Region Head

ABE CHEROW, Presiden
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