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June 27, 1980 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-06-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

42 Friday, June 21, 1980

Belgian Leader

BRUSSELS (JTA) —
Markus Pardes has been
elected president of the
coordination committee of
all the Jewish organizations
of Belgium.

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Kidnapping Unsolved

TEL AVIV (JTA) —
Police still have no clue to
the whereabouts of eight-
year-old Oron Yarden, kid-
napped in Tel Aviv 19 days
ago.
An anonymous telephone
caller to Abie Nathan's
"Voice of Peace" radio sta-
tion last week said Oron
would be returned Sunday
morning but that turned out
to be a hoax.
Last Thursday, Israel
Radio broadcast a tape of
the voice of one of the kid-

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nappers who spoke to Oron's
parents by telephone
shortly after the child dis-
appeared. Thousands of
persons telephoned the
police claiming they recog-
nized the voice but no fresh
leads turned up.
Meanwhile, Oron's father
Amos and his mother,
Penina, have gone back to
work. His older brother has
returned to his army unit
and his sister has gone back
to school. The IL 2 million
($40,000) demanded by the
kidnappers was paid on
June 10 but their son was
not released and nothing
has been heard from the
kidnappers since then.

Miss Lieberman
Top WBL Pick

NEW YORK — The Dal-
las Diamonds of the
Women's Basketball
League (WBL) made Nancy
Lieberman the -number one
selection in the league's re-
cent college draft.
Miss Lieberman, who
played college basketball at
Old Dominion, is reportedly
seeking $100,000 per year
to play for Dallas, which
would make her the highest
paid player in the WBL.

Emigres
Jewish Retarded in Lansing Future
Praised by Dulzin
in Support of Group Homes
JERUSALEM (JTA) —

Bill Miller, left, a resident of Haverim Home,
sponsored by the Jewish Association for Retarded
Citizens, meets Gov. William G. Milliken in Lansing,
where Miller appeared before the House Subcommit-
tee on Mental Health in testimony supporting group
homes. Accompanied by Lynn Medow, JARC director
of residential programs, Miller gave reasons, based
on his own experience, for supporting such homes as
opposed to institutionalization for retarded persons.
The Detroiters also presented hundreds of letters
backing group homes.

Leon Dulzin, chairman of
the World Zionist Organiza-
tion and Jewish Agency
Executives, has praised a
recently established group
of American Zionists who
have pledged to immigrate
to Israel within a specific
number of years.
The group, called Telem,
an acronym for the Hebrew
words "Movement for
Realizing Zionism," was
founded in California in
May, 1979 and claim'
membership -of 1,000. L
zin promised that Telem
will be accorded official
recognition by the WZO at
the forthcoming meeting of
the Zionist General Coun-
cil.

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Oak Park's Zoning Board
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Yeshivath Beth Yehudah to
use Roosevelt School on
Greenfield south of Ten
Mile as a boy's school and
dormitory.
The board approved the
use of the facility for those
purposes by the yeshiva.
However, according to a
yeshiva spokesman, the
second step in the approval
process is to request a zon-
ing change for a portion of
the school property to gen-
eral commercial use. This
would allow the school to
sub-lease that portion to the
adjacent Ford dealership.
Area residents are repor-
tedly opposed to expansion
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