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March 07, 1980 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-03-07

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Friday, March 1, 1980 11

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Autopsy Issue
Angers Agudath

NEW YORK — The lead-
ership and rank and file
members of Hadassah in the
United States were called
upon to join in the battle to
stop the Hadassah Hospital
in Jerusalem from perform-
ing autopsies without per-
mission of next of kin.
This call, issued to
Hadassah president Mrs.
Bernice Tannenbaum by
the president of Agudath Is-
rael of America, Rabbi
Moshe Sherer, followed the
controversy raised when the
Hadassah Hospital per-
formed an autopsy on a
young yeshiva student,
Yehoshua Sloma, who had
been murdered by Arab ter-
rorists in Hebron, and then
transplanted his kidney to
an anti-Jewish Arab youth.
The Hadassah Hospital
authorities said that they
abided by current Israeli
law which permits autop-
sies without the family's
permission when
authorized by three doctors.
Agudath Israel in Israel
has now accelerated its
campaign to encourage the
Begin government to fulfill
its coalition agreement to
pass new legislation which
would allow autopsies only
when authorized by next of
kin.

Egyptian's Words
Not State Policy

CAIRO (ZINS) — Egypt
assured Israel through an
unofficial channel that re-
cent anti-Israel statements
by a senior Egyptian official
reflected only his personal
opinion and not state policy.
The assurance was carried
by the weekly magazine Oc-
tober, whose editor, Anis
Mansour, is one of President
Anwar el-Sadat's closest
confidants.
Hassan
el-Tohamy,
presidential adviser with
the rank of deputy prime
minister, said in a Kuwaiti
newspaper interview last
month that the "demi-state
of Israel" was approaching
its end.
"We have taken the mat-
ter to the highest sources,
who commented that el-
Tohamy's statements re-
flect his own personal
view," October said.

Delta to Florida

Wintertime.
And the
leaving is easy.

Delta's winter schedules
To Miami Fly Delta nonstop at 10:20am (9:00am on

Delta is ready with 18 flights to Florida's warm
spots: Miami, Ft.Lauderdale, Tampa/St.Pete, Orlando/

Walt Disney World, West Palm Beach, Daytona Beach,
Jacksonville, Sarasota/Bradenton and Ft.Myers.
Delta cuts the cost of flying to Florida.You get 20%
off regular Day Tourist Fares when you use our Night
Coaches. And there are no restrictions. You can also
fly when you like, how you like at regular Day Tourist
or First Class Fares.
Your Travel Agent takes the work out of play. Let a
professional Travel Agent arrange hotel, rental car,
airport transfers and Delta tickets. Or you can make
flight reservations by calling Delta at 355-3200. Delta
and your Travel Agent accept all major general-.
purpose credit cards. Have a great vacation.

Sat.) or 10:00pm. Or make it one-stop thru at 5:25pm.
To Ft.Lauderdale Nonstops at 9:25am (10:20am on
Sat.) and 10:15pm. Plus three other flight-times.
To Tampa/St.Pete Three nonstops daily: 10:35am,
5:25pm and 10:00pm. The morning nonstop is a Wide-
Rid g Lockheed L-1011 TriStar.
To Orlando/Walt Disney World Fly nonstop at
12:20pm or 10:15pm. Or one-stop thru at 5:45pm on
our Wide-Ride TriStar.
To West Palm Beach One-stop thru-jets at 10:35am
(TriStar), 3:00pm and 10:00pm.
To Jacksonville Five connecting flights a day, includ-
ing a thrifty Night Coach.
To Daytona Beach Three flight-times daily-7:OOam,
12:05pm and 3:00am.
To Ft.Myers Leave any morning, afternoon or night,
via easy connecting service.
To Sarasota/Bradenton Fly one stop straight thru at
12:05pm. Other flight-times at 5:45pm and 3:00am.

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Fly Delta to San Juan.

Two convenient flight-times a day.
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Leave at mid-mornMg or take our hrifty
Night Coach. Both via connection.

All schedules are subject to change without notice.
All flights subject to availability.

Jewish Concerns
Are Unchanged

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
The major concerns of
American Jewry in the
mid-1960s will remain the
major concerns in the 1980s
but two new issues have
been added, according to
Bnai Brith task force re-
ports in 1966 and 1979.
The key concerns ex-
pressed in 1966, the date of
the first study, and in 1979
remain, in order, Jewish
survival, anti-Semitism
and related concerns, and
relationship to Israel.
The latest survey reflects
equal concern over the dis-
integration of the Jewish
family and about the effec-
tiveness of the organized
Jewish community, two
concerns largely ignored in
1966.

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