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April 17, 1981 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-04-17

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Ohio Honors Adolph Ochs

Happy Passover
To All Our Friends & Customers

NEW YORK — The late
Adolph S. Ochs, publisher of
the New York Times for 39
years until his death in
1935, and Anne O'Hare
McCormick, a foreign corre-
spondent and member of the
editorial board of the Times
who died in 1954, will be in-
stalled in the Ohio Jour-
nalism Hall of Fame on
April 29.
The Hall of Fame honors
Ohioans deemed to have
made outstanding contribu-
tions to journalism. Emmett
C. Dix, founder of the Dix
newspaper chain in Ohio
and Kentucky, and Alfred
M. Segal, a columnist for
the Cincinnati Post for 42
years, will be inducted
along with Mr. Ochs and
Mrs. McCOrmick.
Mr. Ochs was born in
Cincinnai and worked as
a newsboy and printer's
apprentice in Knoxville,
Tenn., before becoming a
compositor at The Chat-
tanooga Times and even-
tually its owner. In 1896
he purchased a control-
ling interest in the New
York Times.
Mrs. McCormick, a
graduate of St. Mary's Col-
lege in Columbus, Ohio,
won a Pulitzer Prize for dis-
tinguished foreign corre-

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U.S. Poll Backs
Mideast Role

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
An overwhelming majority
of Americans who study and
discuss foreign policy is
clearly in favor of the U.S.
continuing to work closely
with Egypt and Israel to
make the Palestinian au-
tonomy negotiations a suc-
cess, according to the re-
sults of the Foreign Policy
Association's annual
nationwide "Opinion Bal-
lot" survey for 1981.
That option was endorsed
by 64 percent of the respon-
dents, compared to 15 per-
cent who favored bypassing
the Camp David process in
favor of a new initiative and
17 percent who favored let-
ting Israel and the Arabs
work matters out for them-
selves.
With respect to U.S. pol-
icy in the Middle East gen-
erally, and its stance in the
Persian Gulf in particular,
the survey found opinion
almost evenly divided.

Quebec Elects
Jewish Deputies

MONTREAL (JTA) —
Two Jewish deputies of the
opposition Liberal Party
were elected to the Quebec
National Assembly Monday
despite their party's crush-
ing defeat by the Parti
Quebecois headed by Pre-
mier Rene Levesque.
They are Herbert Manx of
the D'Arcy McGee district
who piled up a 23,573 vote
majority and Harry Blank
of the St. Louis district who
won with 8,701 votes.
A third Liberal candi-
date, Maximilan Pollack,
who is half Jewish, won the
seat from the St. Anne dis-
trict. The new Quebec as-
sembly is composed of 60
deputies from Levesque's
party and 42 Liberals.

May the joy

of the holiday

find your family

happily joined

around the

seder table

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