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July 14, 1978 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-07-14

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Friday, Judy 14, 1978 31

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Births

July 7 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Donald Bloomberg (Linda
Wolfe), 14291 Elgin, Oak
Park, a daughter, Teri
Lynn.
* *
July 6 — To Mr. and Mrs.
James Moloshok (former
Detroiter Pamela Siegel) of
Philadelphia, Pa., a daugh-
ter, Lisa Caryn.
• * •
July 5 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Brookenthal (Bella
Feldman) of Bloomfield
Hills, a son, Steven Joel.

Senate Candidates Criticize
Mayor's Statement on PLO

Detroit Mayor Coleman
Young's remarks of last
week in defense of terrorism
are "morally indefensible"
according to State Rep. Paul
A. Rosenbaum (D-Battle
Creek), a candidate for the
U.S. Senate. He blasted
Young's statement that ter-
rorism is "legitimate," say-
ing, "The slaughter of inno-
cent men, women and chil-
dren by terrorists is an un-
speakable evil which must
not be condoned in any way,
whether it occurs in the
Middle East, Italy, North-
ern Ireland or any other
part of the world.
"Terrorism is nothing
more than a sign of the
moral bankruptcy of those
who use it, and no public of-
ficial in America should
ever suggest that it could be
anything else."
Rosenbaum said he has
sent a telegram to Vice
President Walter Mondale,
in whose entourage Young
toured the Middle East, ask-
ing Mondale to publicly dis-
sociate himself and the Car-
ter Administration from
Young's statement. Young,
an early Carter supporter,
has been closely associated
with the Administration
since it took office and has
acknowledged that he was
chosen for the Middle East
trip because of his ties with
it.
Violence of any kind to
gain - a political end is
wrong, Rosenbaum said,
adding, "Terrorism has
been denounced count-
less times by Congress,
the United Nations and
other organizations as
well as the Michigan
Democratic Party, of
which Mayor Young is
presently an officer.
"When a close and loyal
friend of the Carter Ad-
ministration comes home
from the Middle East and
says he doesn't see anything
wrong with terrorism, I
think it casts doubt on the
Administration's firmness
and sincerity in pursuing its
announced goals in foreign
policy."

Carl Levin sent a letter to
Mayor Young on Tuesday,
saying he was "deeply dis-
turbed" by Young's com-
ment.
"It is not Israel's foot
which is on the neck of the
Palestinians. Israel has

acknowledged repeatedly
that the Palestinian prob-
lem must be resolved before
there is peace in the Middle
East, and that the Palesti-
nian people must have a say
in the resolution of the prob-
lem.
"It is one small terrorist
faction of the Palesti-
nians, the PLO, which
holds a knife at the throat
of innocent people
around the world. The
terror perpetrated by the
PLO keeps the Middle
East and the world in
turmoil.
"Just as a city cannot tol-
erate terror on its streets
because the perpetrators
feel oppressed, so the world
cannot tolerate terrorism as
a legitimate tool of change,
lest the streets and skyways
of the world become places
ruled by lawlessness and
violence."

July 4— To Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Coopersmith (Eva
Cohen of Indianapolis) of
Birmingham, a son, Whit-
ney Reid.
* 5 *
July 2 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Marc Arnkoff (Terry Ravin)
of Franklin, a son, Adam
Blake.
5 5 *
July 1— To Mr. and Mrs.
Michael Davis (Janice
Allweiss) of Livonia, a
daughter, Erica Renee.
• • *
July 1— To Mr. and Mrs.
Jerry Grant (former Detroi-
ter Peggy Udman) of Miami
Beach, Fla., a daughter,
Marla Sharyn.
* • *

June 25 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Stanford Ducker (Revs
Davis) 21911 Vale, Oak
Park, a daughter, Melissa
Lynn.
• * *
June 25 — To Dr. and
Mrs. David A. Gourwitz
(Donnv. Watson) of South-
field, a daughter, Jennifer
Renee.
* • *
June 23 — To former De-
troiter Rabbi Paul D.
Schneider • and Mrs.
Schneider (Marilyn Simc-
kes), of Los Angeles, Calif.,
a son, Joshua
* 5 Dan.
*

June 16 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Gorback
(Sherri Rosen) of South-
field, a son, Seth Aaron.

*

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Mrs. Alan E. Goldfarb

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Leaders of the 1978 Allied
Jewish Campaign-Israel
Emergency Fund will
gather 8:30 a.m. July 26 at
Somerset Inn, Troy, to re-
view the 1978 Campaign
and to discuss methods to
make the 1979 Campaign
even better.
Campaign co-chairmen
for 1978, Phillip Stollman
and Philip T. Warren will
chair the evaluation meet-
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