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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-08-06

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Friday, August 6, 1982 19

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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SUPPORT FOR

MAXINE
BERMAN!

Bernice Meyers
Aaron Maniker
Edith Maniker
Marvin Novick
Bernard Nathanson
Corinne Nathanson
Gregg Nathanson
Gail Nolin
Sybil Offen
Deborah Orloff
Abe Oslik
Pearl Oslik
- Mark Pittman
'Sydney Pittman
Nate Peiss
Herb Pont
Janet Pont
Gert Rosen
Rosemary Reid
Barbara Rom
Robert Reiss
Lillian Reiss
Sidney Rosenberg
Paula Rosenberg
Hon. Charlotte Rothstein
Ben Rothstein
Marilyn Rotkio
Phyllis Schwartz
Dr. Sheldon Schwartz
Sam Sukenic
Ann Sukenic
Bernard Sukenic
Mollie Sukenic
Morris Sukenic
Eva Sukenic
Morris Sukenic
Eva Sukenic
Morris Simon
Bertha Simon
Ida Samuels
Alex Samuels
Ethel Schwartz
David Silberg
Ethel Silberg
Mrs. Paul Silver
Mascha Silver
Bari Silver
Leo Silver
Esther Silver
Abe Singer
Al Sipher
Ann Sipher
John Shepherd
Ethel Stoloff
Marvin Stoloff
Jerome Soble
Marilyn Soble
Max Sosin
Hy Sriro
Joyce Sriro
St. Rep. Debbie Stabenow
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Hon. Neil Staebler
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Barbara Traison
Lawrence Traison
Kitty Thayer
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Gail Tukel
Dr. Gerald Uzansky
Fran Uzansky
Richard Victor
Denise Victor
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Marie Weigold
Harry Weberman
Miriam Weberman
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Elizabeth Walters
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Ned Weitzman
Bernadine Weitzman
--„Herbert Warren
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-Barnie Warren
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Dolores Weisman
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Blanche Walters
Bernice Walters
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Marcia Yashinsky
Jerry Yashinsky
Andrea- Zeme
Mary Zipper
Carl Zipper
Mark Zausmer

Paid for by The Committee
to Elect Maxine Berman,
John Shepherd, Treas.
15700 Providence #1000, SfId.

NCCJ Board Elects J. Wexler President

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Catholic Church, she led the
movement to transfer the
college from the control of
the religious order to a lay
board of trustees.
Released from her
juridical vows as a nun in
1967, Mrs. Wexler re-
mains a committed
Roman Catholic. In 1969,
she married Paul J.
Wexler, a New York
Jewish businessman, in a
ceremony in which a
Roman Catholic priest
officiated and a rabbi
gave the final blessing.
Mrs. Wexler was
president of Hunter Col-
lege from 1970 through
1979. She is the recipient
of some thirteen honor-
ary degrees including the
University of Michigan,
Brandeis University, the
University of Pennsyl-
vania and St. Ambrose
College. She is a life trus-
tee of the University of
Pennsylvania, a director
of several major corpora-
tions, and a social com-
mentator on Group W
Westinghouse radio.
She has served on the
steering committee of Proj-
ect Head Start, the
President's Task Force on

Urban Educational Oppor-
tunities, the Peace Corps
Education Task Force, the
President's Advisory Panel
on Research and Develop-
ment in Education, and the
Commission on City-State
Relations.
The 66-year-old Hyatt
has been president of the
54-year-old human rela-
tions organization since
January 1973. He joined the
NCCJ in 1954 as national
director of Public Relations;
in 1968 he was named vice
president for Public Infor-
mation and in 1965 execu-
tive vice president.
He served as a press at-
tache to- the American Em-
bassy in Pakistan during a
leave of absence from the
NCCJ from 1963 to 1965.
Dr. Hyatt is a Founding
Sponsor of the Interreli-
gious Task Force on Soviet
Jewry, a member of the
Executive Board of the
American-Israel Friend-
ship League, and a member
of the Board of Directors of
the United Nations Asso-
ciation of the United States.
In 1978, Dr. Hyatt was
elected President of the In-
ternational Council of
Christians and Jews by

Seven Injured
in Bomb Blast

BONN (JTA) — A bomb
hidden in a suitcase
exploded Saturday in a
hallway leading to the de-
parture section next to the
El Al terminal at Riem Air-
port in 1V M-
Seven persons were in-
jured by the blast and the
hallway was demolished.
Five of the injured were re-
leased from the hospital.
A German policeman and
an El Al security guard are
still hospitalized. Four of
the injured are Israelis and
the other three are Ger-
mans.
An El Al spokesman in
Tel Aviv denied the bomb
was aimed at the El Al
plane, one of two planes
waiting for take off to Is-
rael. The other was a
Lufthansa. The El Al
spokesman said the suit-
case holding the bomb
had arrived from Dues-
seldorf and had been
checked throUgh to Tel
Aviv on a flight by Lufth-
ansa.
Nearly 400 persons were
in the departure section,
waiting to board the two
flights to Israel, when the
bomb went off.

Schmidt's action was in line
with a secret decision by the
European Economic Com-
munity (EEC) member-
states not to allow their
military officers to visit Is-
rael.
The Die Welt report
was neither confirmed
nor denied.
Sources here confirmed,
meanwhile, that an investi-
gation has been launched
into how West German-
made rifles found their way
to the Palestine Liberation
Organization in Lebanon.
The rifles of the G-3 type,
which are standard issue to
German soldiers, were cap-
tured by the Israelis.

MICHAEL

German soil. Three years
later in Vienna it sponsored
a conference on neo-
Nazism.

Mother, Dad & Mark

ELECT

JOSEPH R.

MONTANTE, M.D.

STATE REPRESENTATIVE
24th DISTRICT - REPUBLICAN

"My County, State and National experiences are

unmatched by any candidate and merit Our vote!"

Paid for by Joseph R. Montante, 3040 Middlebelt Road, Orchard Lake, 48033

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Germans Ordered Not to Sent
Top Army Officers to Israel

BONN (JTA) — The West
German army has been or-
dered by Chancellor Hel-
mut Schmidt to refrain from
sending high ranking offi-
cers to Israel, particularly
generals.
The order, confirmed by
Defense Minister Hans
Apel, was passed on to the
German Military Attache
by Chief of Staff Gen.
Juergen Brandt, the weekly
Die Welt reported.
According to Die Welt,

delegates from the 15 na-
tions (now 17) comprising
the ICCJ at a meeting in
Vienna and in 1980 was re-
elected by acclamation at
the ICCJ's annual meeting
in Sigtuna, Sweden.
"I am particularly happy
that during my administra-
tion the NCCJ asserted it-
self with an aggressive pro-
gram against anti-
Semitism," Dr. Hyatt noted.
"By using. community insti-
tutes, school programs and
through my statements of
support of Israel and
against international ter-
rorism, the NCCJ has rein-
forced its commitment to
interreligious understand-
ing."
Under his leadership, the
NCCJ in June of 1975 spon-
sored the first conference on
the Holocaust ever held on

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