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March 12, 1982 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-03-12

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

24 Friday, March 12, 1982

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Yours Will Be A Memorable Party
with

MUSIC and ENTERTAINMENT

By

FENBY-STEIN TALENT AGENCY

Jerry Fenby
Fenby-Carr
Shelby Lee
Eric Freudigman

Carl Ryding
George Brooks
Wilmot
Feelings

855-1400

Tom Ploe,ger
Johnny Griffith
Jay Valle
Divertissement

Qaddafi Visits
Austria and '
East Germany

VIENNA (JTA) — Li-
byan leader Muammar
Qaddafi will begin an offi-
cial four-day visit to Austria
this week.
According to Chancellor
Bruno Kreisky, the visit is
in response to a long-
standing invitation.
Kreisky said that the Aust-
rian economy would suffer if
the visit did not take place.
Qaddafi also visited East
Germany.

rReaders Forum)

- Materials submitted to the Readers Forum must be brief.
The writer's name will be withheld from publication upon
request. No unsigned letters will be published. Materials will
not be- returned unless a-stamped, self-addressed envelope is
enclosed.

UJA Claims Figure Was Wrong

Editor, The Jewish News:
We recently received a
letter from a contributor in
Michigan with an inquiry
regarding an article that he
read in the Jewish News
issue of Dec. 11. The article
was on Page 39 and was a

a quality contemporary school where
tradition and innovation
challenge the inquisitive child

a quality blend that

• offers. hands-on _ learning experiences -
• involves children with their jewish heritage
• meets individual needs
• includes readiness programs in english and hebrew
• emphasizes awareness in physical, mental, and social growth
• provide5_low pupil - teacher ratio in warm, caring environment

• considers field trips an extension of the classroom
• has fully-equipped classroom geared -to children's needs.

let us show you our quality educational program

come hear a group of experts address your
- concerns on kindergarten readiness

report from the ZINS indi-
cating that the UJA alloca-
tion as a share of the na-
tional campaign had been
declining between 1975 and
1979.
The article also gave a
figure for 1980. While the
data for 1976 through 197r'
was essentially correct, the
1980 figure was substan-
tially incorrect.
It is our best estimate
that the amount of money
which the United Jewish
Appeal will be allocated
from the 1980 total cam-
paign of $508.7 million is
$288.8 million or 56.8 per-
cent. Therefore, the 1980 es-
timate in round numbers
would more appropriately
be 57 percent.
The United Jewish Ap-
peal continues to work
with communities to in-
crease the total cam-
paign, and to allocate a
larger proportion over-
seas.
Would you be good
enough to take the opportu-
nity to advise your readers
that the picture, while not
as good as we would like, is
not nearly as bleak as Was
erroneously reported in
your Dec. 11 issue. Thank
you very much.

David Agronin
United Jewish Appeal

Bequest to PLO
from a Jew?

NEW YORK — Fred
Sparks, the deceased New
York journalist who left 10
percent of his $300,000 es-
tate to the Palestine Libera-
tion Organization, was
Jewish according-th a PLO
representative who testified
in court this week.
At the same time, the
Manhattan court judge
ruled that the American
Jewish Congress and the
Anti-Defamation League of
Bnai Brith could file
friend-of-the-court briefs in
the case, which is attempt-
ing to block the bequest to
the PLO.
A hearing in the case,
scheduled for this week, was
postponed until April.

ADL Praises
Fla. Klan Law

open house

monday, march 15, 1982
7:30 p.m.

27700 southfield road
lathrup village, michigan 48076

full and half day sessions
optional lunch
bus service for southfield residents

rabbi henoch millen, principal
_rabbi david shluker, associate principal
for further information call 552-9690

TALLAHASSEE, Fla.
(JTA) — The Anti-
Defamation League of Bna;
Brith praised Gov. B4
Graham and the Florida-
state legislature for enact-
ing a law designed to bar
paramilitary training
camps run by-the Ku Klux
Klan and other 'extremist
groups.
Florida is the fourth state
nationally to adopt a mea-
sure imposing prison terms
and/or fines against anyone
found guilty of operating
para-military camps and
receiving training there. zi
There are similar laws
pending in eight states, in-
cluding Michigan.

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