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August 03, 1979 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-08-03

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22 Friday, August 3, 1919

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Egyptian Scoffs
at Military Value
of Settlements

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Dur-
ing his three-day visit to Is-
rael this week, Gen. Kamal
Hassan Ali, the defense
minister of Egypt, said that
"as a military man" he was
not impressed by the secu-
rity value of Israeli settle-
ments on the West Bank.
He made that remark at
an impromptu press confer-
ence following a helicopter
tour of the region.
If his host, Defense Minis-
ter Ezer Weinman was em-
barrassed, he rose to the oc-
casion by observing that
history is filled with gener-
als who differ in their views
and conceptions of how to
solve specific problems.
On the other hand,
Weizman added, "I do hope
the tour has demonstrated
the fact that Israel is very
narrow and the distances
from countries_ that do not
as yet seek peace and have
rather large forces de-
ployed, are rather short."

UJA Mission

NEW YORK (JTA) — A
10-day United Jewish Ap-
peal Mission to Israel espe-
cially organized for leaders
of the automotive industry
will leave New York Sept. 9.

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Hebrew U. to Bestow Honorary
Fellow Degree on Gov. Milliken

Avraham
Harman,
president of the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem,
will bestow a degree of hon-
orary fellow on Gov.
William G. Milliken at a
dinner at the University of
Michigan on Sept. 12.
Erwin C. Ziegelman,
president of the Michigan
Chapter of the American
Friends of Hebrew Univer-
sity, said Gov. Milliken has
been a staunch supporter of
the activities of the Michi-
gan Chapter and "he has

Legislators Urge Release of Nudel

SAN FRANCISCO (JTA)
— A petition urging the re-
lefase of prisoner of con-
science Ida Nudel, a leading
human rights activist in the
Soviet Union, was signed by
over 120 state legislators
who were attending the Na-
tional Association of State
Legislators Conference here
last week.
The legislators petitioned
the Soviet gogernment to
"release Ida Nudel and
allow her to emigrate to Is-
rael." Their petition will be
delivered to Soviet Embassy
officials in Washington.
Nudel was refused a visa
to emigrate in 1971. Since
her refusal she has waged a
campaign on behalf of
Soviet POCs, risking her
health and safety to help

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NEWS

Community
Calendar

Tuesday — FJCC Sum-
mer Activities program,
trip to Impressions V.
Museum and Potter Park
Zoo in Lansing.
Thursday — Cong. Beth
Israel board of education
meeting, 8 p.m.

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sought to advance all aca-
demic exchange programs
which would lead to a better
understanding among the
peoples of the world."
In 1977, Gov. Milliken
received the Torah of
Learning Award from the
American Friends of He-
brew University. In 1975,
he was cited with the Is-
rael Prime Minister's
Medal.
For dinner information,
call Mrs. Carolyn Green-
berg, 851-0320.

MORRIS DUMOFF, a
McLaren General Hospital
microbiologist who isolated
the organism that causes
Legionnaire's disease, died
July 24 at the University of
Michigan Medical Center.
He was 63.
Dumoff was chief of mic-
robiology at McLaren.
Dumoff was born in
Brooklyn, N.Y. He got his
master's and doctorate from
the University of Wiscon-
sin. He also had a master's
degree from Cornell Uni-
versity.
He was an associate
professor of microbiol-
ogy at the University of
Arkansas Medical School
from 1949 to 1954, when
he joined the staff of
Good Samaritan Hospital
in Vicennes, Indiana. He
went to work at McLaren
in 1967.
Surviving are his wife,
Pearl; a son, Alan; and two
daughters, Nancy and Judy.

them. The prisoners con-
sider Nudel to be their
"Guardian Angel."
In June 1978, she was ar-
rested, charged with
"malicious hooliganism,"
and sentenced to four years
in exile. Nudel is now forced
to live as the only woman in
a men's hostel in the remote
Siberian swamps.

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