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July 04, 1980 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-07-04

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

34 Friday, July 4 1 ; I

,

Columnist's Kristallnacht Comparison Is Condemned

Equating by Nick Thim-
mesch, in an article in the
-, Detroit News, of the smash-
ing of windows and violence

in Israel by Jewish ex-
tremists with the Kris-
tallnacht in Germany
aroused strong protests and

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condemnation of a lack of
judgment on the part of
those who permitted such
articles to be printed.
A condemnation by Louis
Panush, chairman of the
Public Affairs Committee of
the Zionist Organization of
Detroit, declares:
The night of Nov. 9,
1938, was a night of horror
throughout Germany.
Thousands of Jewish
synagogues, Jewish homes
and shops went up in
flames, and a number of
Jews — men, women and
children — were shot or
otherwise slain while trying
to escape burning to death.
Some 7,500 Jewish shops
were looted. And then the
Jews had to pay for the de-
struction of their own prop-
erty. The insurance monies,
25 million marks worth of
damage, were confiscated
by the state and, moreover,
the Jews were subjected col-
lectively to a fine of one bil-
lion marks as punishment

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"But, it is also true that
this happened after a
Jewish talmudic student
was killed in Hebron, fol-
lowed by the murder of six
Jews (including two Ameri-
cans and a Canadian) by
PLO terrorists, protected by
local Arabs early in May.
That, and all that Mr.
Thimmesch rages about
was not a Kristallnacht."

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FLINT
NEWS

Shabat Picnic

The Flint Jewish Com-
munity Council will hold a
family Shabat picnic 6:30
p.m. July 11 at Ballenger
Park.
Wine, halla and hot grills
will be provided. Partici-
pants are requested to bring
dinner, Shabat candles and
holders, baseball and other
outdoor game equipment.
Rain date is July 18. For
reservations by Thursday,
call Judy Kasle, 767-5922;
or Pat Himelhoch, 732-
0081.

I

Community
Calendar

Thursday — FJCC
Senior Friendship Club,
noon, Temple Beth El; and
Beth Israel board meeting,
8 p.m.
Sunday — FJCC Israeli
dance group, 6:30 p.m., 1909
Seneca.

JULY 4th SPECIALS

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DINNER FRANKS $1
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`for their abominable
crimes.'
"It is true that in Israel
some windows in Arab-
owned shops and in
Arab-owned cars were
smashed. It is also true
some Arabs were sub-
jected to rough handling
after they threw rocks,
firebombs and attacked
cars, and people in non-
too-peaceful demonstra-
tion.

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Hip! Hip! Hooray!
For our Nation's Birthday!
Have a Glorious Fourth of July
which nobody can deny!

Flint People
Make News

Zelda Scho was ap-
pointed aid-to-Israel chair-
man for the Department of
Michigan, Jewish War Vet-
erans Ladies Auxiliary.

Flint Graduates

Several Flint residents
have announced their
graduations from colleges
and professional schools.
They are: Kevin Nicker-
son and David Price, Michi-
gan State University; Doug-
las Goldstein, Sheryl
Kaufman, Andy Rosenberg
and David Thal, University
of Michigan; Shelley
Portney Hutton and Joel
Kaufman, Wayne State
University Law School.
Other graduates are:
Daniel White, University of
Missouri; Anne Schupack,
Mesa College, San Diego,
Calif.; Jeffrey Himelhoch,
Thomas M. Cooley Law
School; Joni Hilson, Mott
Community College; Barry
Feder, Yeshiva University;
and Lawrence Wolf, U.S.
Air Force Academy.

Police Ties

PARIS (ZINS) — An Is-
raeli police representative
told a secret gathering of in-
ternational police represen-
tatives in Germany that Is-
raeli police maintain steady
contacts with their counter-
parts in Arab countries. The
information was reported in
the French newspaper Lib-
eration.

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