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July 03, 1981 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-07-03

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Friday, July 3, 1081

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Sudan Proposes
Libya Expulsion

Romania Jews
Recall Pogrom

NEW YORK — The
president of the Sudan last
week announced that he
and other African leaders
would seek the ouster of
Libya from the United Na-
tions.

BUCHAREST (JTA) —
Some 3,000 Jews from all
over Moldavia joined
thousands of other Roma-
nians Monday to mark the
40th anniversary of the
pogrom in 1941 when more
than 10,000 Jews were
murdered by the Nazis.
The mass gathering,
which was televised nation-
ally, heard strong denunci-
ations of anti-Semitism by
various Communist party of-
ficials.

President Gaafar al-
Nimeiry made the state-
ment two days after the
Sudan severed diplomatic
relations with Libya, charg-
ing Libya with subversive
activities.

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Pioneer Women Plan Annual
Spiritual Adoption Luncheon

Greater Detroit Council,
Pioneer Women, will hold
its annual Spiritual Adop-
tion Luncheon noon July 16
at the Holiday Inn, South-
field. The luncheon is the
culmination of efforts on
behalf of fund raising for
Youth Aliya.
Beneficiaries of these
fund-raising efforts are
Pioneer Women Day-Night
homes. These homes pro-
vide the parentless child,
during his earlierst years,
with a warm and loving at-
mosphere. In three "homes"
— Neve Taf in Tel Aviv, in
Rehovot and Hadera, full-
time custodial care is given
to children from infancy to
age 6. The funding of these
day-night homes is called
"Spiritual Adoption."
Funds are raised by direct
participation in the
spiritual adoption program
of Pioneer Women/Na'amat
through gifts. Members also
raise funds through a yearly
canister drive.
Robinson,
Marcia
Council financial secre-
tary, is Spiritual Adop-
tion chairman. Evelyn
Noveck is Council
president and Renee
Shuster is Council funds
vice president.
Awards will be presented
to the top three canister
fund raising members. Mrs.
Seymour Kraus will provide
luncheon music.
Frieda S. Leemon, na-
tional president of Pioneer
Women, will be guest
speaker at the luncheon.
Marion Bates, a member
and soloist with the Oak
Park Civic Chorus, will pre-
sent a musical program.

Her accompanist is Betty
Pollens.
For reservations, call the
Council office, 967-4750.
There is a minimal charge
for the luncheon and reser-
vations must be received by
July 10.

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SPRING GLEN, N.Y.
(JTA) — Harold Jacobs of
New York, the newly-
elected president of the Na-
tional Council of Young Is-
rael, announced that the
association of Orthodox
synagogues would set up a
national kashrut review
board to investigate
charges of price gouging
and monopoly in kosher
meat and poultry markets
and apply remedies where
necessary.

NEW YORK (JTA) — A
decision by the Supreme
Court last week upholding
the constituti.mality of a
male-only registration and
draft was hailed by member
agencies of the Orthodox
Jewish Coalition on the
Draft. •
The high court's 6-3 deci-
sion overturned a lower
court ruling that former
President Carter's registra-
tion of men only was uncon-
stitutional.

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U.S. Blocked
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JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
According to the first Israeli
ambassador to the U.S., the
American government in
1948 asked Czechoslovakia
to arrest any American
pilots arriving in Prague to
pilot Messerschmit planes
to Israel.
The secret cable from
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NEW YORK — Carmi
Schwartz will assume the
position of executive vice
president of the Council of
Jewish Federations as of
Sept. 1.
Schwartz, who has occu-
pied the post of CJF associ-
ate executive vice president
since 1979, will succeed
Robert I. Hiller.
Prior to joining CJF,
Schwartz spent 4 1/2 years as
executive vice president of
the Jewish Federation of
Metropolitan New Jersey.
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The Oak Park High
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Sept. 26 at the Troy Hilton
Inn. For details, call Joyce
Lenhoff Torby,- 559-4615.

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