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June 26, 1981 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-06-26

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Zuckerman Brings Message of Cheer
From Israel at Handleman JNF Dinner

• Paul Zuckerman, world
chairman for fund-raising
of the United Jewish Ap-
peal, stated emphatically in
– an address to more than 500
at the annual dinner of the
Jewish National Fund, at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek Wed-
nesday evening, that Israel
will not submit to threats of
destruction that keep
streaming forth from Arab
- nations' capitals.
He spoke on the basis of
impressions from his latest
conferences in Israel with
the nation's leading per-
_ so'' '',ties at the event given
in. ,Ior of David and Mar-
- ion Handleman.
Appreciation for the
numerous services rendered
by the Handlemans was ex-
- pressed in addresses by
Alan Schwartz, chairman of
the dinner committee, who
presided, and Leonard N.
Simons, his co-chairman.
Program participants
included Rabbis Dannel
Schwartz and M. Robert
3yme, Cantor Chaim
Najman, Bess Axelrod,
Sonia Lipenholtz, Judge
Avern Cohn, who spoke
in behalf of the Jewish
Welfare Federation; and
Ruben Isaacs, president
*of the Jewish National
Fund Council, sponsor of
the event.
The highlight of the eve-
ning was the double Duo-
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Lady Honoree defined it.
listed the record of Zucker-
Mr. -and Mrs. Schwartz man's' services to describe
presented an Israeli menora his rise to local, national
and the citations to Mr. and and world leadership.
Mrs. David Handleman.
Zuckerman defined the
The dual Schwartz pre- courage of the Israelis as
sentation was in the form of representative in the ac-
a dialogue, enumerating tivities of the Jewish Na-
the roles of the honorees in tional Fund.
art, in philanthropy, in con-
"It is a.movement'known
gregational services, in for tree planting, and it
encouraging establishment must be given the glory it
_of libraries.
deserves by emphasizing its
The responses, Marion defensive role in Israel," he
Handleman to Marianne declared.
Schwartz, David Handle-
He pointed to the road
man to Alan Schwartz, were building by the JNF as inci-
impressive, lending special sive in the protective ac-
significance to an evening tivities in the land.
that elevated the Jewish
Zuckerman described
National Fund as a major the Israelis' courageous
cause in support of Israel, resistance to terror as a
and the honorees as devoted series of Confrontations
participants in the move- in five wars. He pointed
out that the War of Attri-
In their expressions of tion, 1969 to 1971, is being
appreciation for the Hand- overlooked, and he said
lemans' communal services, that even that period was
David Handleman's chair- one of success in defiance
manship of the Allied
Jewish Campaign and in-
volvement in many philan-
thropic causes inspired
encomia. Marion Handle-
man's involvements in cul-
tural and artistic projects
and in the Temple Beth El
women's contributions to
the community's religious
life received emphasis.
In his speech introducing
the guest speaker, Simons

Friday, June 26, 1981 13

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Crime Report

According to author
William Frankel's book,
"Israel Observed — An
Anatomy of the State," Is-
rael's crime statistics com-
pare favorably to Europe's
and surpass the U.S.
According to the book,
quoting figures provided by
the Israeli police, in 1977 Is-
rael had 5.3 murders and at-
tempted ,murders per
100,000 population; Britain
had 3,4, West Germany 4.5,
the U.S. 8.8
Israel's rate for rape was
3.2, Britain 2.4, Germany
4.5 and U.S. 26.4; and for
assaults, Israel 13.7, Brit-
ain 160.9, Germany 80.9
and U.S. 228.7:

Housing Uproots
Haifa Cemetery

officers and workers last
week began moving an an-
cient Moslem cemetery
from a lower Haifa site
designated for housing Hai-
fa's underprivileged Mos-
lems. •
The police were sum-
moned in response to
threats from within the
Moslem Religious Council.
The Haifa district court de-
cided to relocate the cemet-
ery after hearings earlier
this year.

Pamphlet on PLO

student section of the World
Zionist Organization has
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