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July 06, 1979 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-07-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

36 Friday, July 6, 1919

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NEW YORK — The 52nd
anniversary of the libera-
tion of the late Lubavitcher
Rebbe, Rabbi Yosef
Yitzchok Schneersohn,
from Soviet prison will be
marked by the Lubavitch
Movement on Saturday.
This year's commemora-
tion will mark his 99th
birthday and begin a cen-
tennial which will be uni-
versally marked by
Lubavitch.
The Lubavitcher Rebbe,
Rabbi Menahem M.
Schneerson, said that "a
most fitting commemora-
tion of the 12th of Tammuz
would be an intensive cam-
paign to enroll an increas-
ing number of Jewish chil-

dren in 'kosher' summer
camps, which is of the im-
mediate importance, and in
day schools the year round,
where the atmosphere and
studies are conducive to a
proper Torah-true educa-
tion."
Rabbi Berel Shemtov will
lead a delegation of Michi-
gan supporters of Lubavitch
to participate in the cele-
bration in New York.

New Director

NEW YORK — The
Anti-Defamation League of
Bnai Brith announced the
appointment of Marvin S.
Rappaport as assistant di-
rector of ADL's Washington
office.

Students Get First-Hand
Account of Terrorist Attack

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Participants in • the an-
nual flute workshop and
master's 'class at Oakland
University this week are
learning first-hand what it
is like to be the victim of an
Arab terrorist attack.
The students are being
instructed by Hanoch Tel-
Oren, who in March 1978,
was attacked on an Israeli
road by Arab terrorists.
Tel-Oren's son Imri, 13, was
killed, and another son, Nir,
was shot in the leg. More
than 30 persons died in the
attack and several were
wounded.
The renowned first flutist
with the Jerusalem Sym-
phony Orchestra bears the
scars of the tragedy and a
nerve and artery in his arm

were nearly severed by the
bullets.
Although the doctors
who operated on him
were less than enthusias-
tic about Tel-Oren re-
gaining the agility he had
in the past, the musician's
determination helped
him make a recovery that
is reported amazing his
doctors.
A native of Pine Bluff,
Ark., Tel Oren studied at
New York's Juilliard School
of Music and later taught at
Ithaca College in New York
State and in Jerusalem. He
and his wife, also a flutist,
made aliya in 1950.
In the fall, Tel-Oren will
join the music faculty of the
University of Wisconsin.

Wiesenthal Asks Waldheim
to Push Mengele Extradition

VIENNA (JTA) — Nazi-
hunter Simon Wiesenthal
has called on United Na-
tions Secretary General
Kurt Waldheim to use th.e
influence and prestige of the

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Wiesenthal, who heads
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Mengele was known as
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As long ago as 1967,
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change for economic aid to
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clear that the Paraguayans
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him.

Bob Hope Given
JWV Gold Medal

WASHINGTON — Bob
Hope has been awarded the
Gold Medal of Merit by the
Jewish War Veterans of
America, according to JWV
national commander
Nathan M. Goldberg.
The medal is presented by
the Jewish War Veterans
"to those Americans who
have rendered exceptional
services to our nation."
Among those honored have
been Gen. Omar Bradley,
Admiral William Halsey, J.
Edgar Hoover, and
President John F. Kennedy.

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