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24 Friday, August 6, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israel Foreign Ministry Hit
for 'Inept' Media Relations

Dear Friends:

As our

DISTRICT COURT JUDGE,

CHERYL D. BLOOM wilt






Punish Criminals, Not Victims
End Abuses in Our "Plea Bargaining" System
Enforce Our Laws Against Drunk Driving
Sentence Properly Rather Than Merely "Slapping Criminals on
the Wrist and Putting Them Back on the Streets"
• Establish Certainty of Punishment
• Implement a Community Works Program Particularly for Young, Non-Violent First
Offenders

CHERYL D. BLOOM

is exceptionally well qualified to serve
our community as our DISTRICT COURT JUDGE.

We urge you to vote for

CHERYL D. BLOOM for
48th DISTRICT COURT JUDGE on Tuesday, August 10th

Sincerely

Jerald N. Aaron
Edward R. Achonberg
Elaine M. Aiello
Kay Alberti
Mrs. J. A. Anderson
Imogene Apel
Donald Ashbeck
Velma Ashbeck
Frank Baccala
Lorraine M. Baccala
Dan S. Barrett
Richard M. Baullf
Kenneth R. Beesley
Lorraine Beesley
Mary J. Bergstrom
Richard F. Bergstrom
Dr. Andrew Berry
Ann E. Beuerle
lames Bilicki
Barbara S. Birk
Dr. Beverly Bloom
Carol Bloom
Dr. David A. Bloom
Edward C. Bloom
Esta Bloom
Dr. Gerald,J. Bloom
James Bloom
Joan Bloom
Murray Bloom
Dr. Paul Bloom
Susan Bloom
Dr. William Bloom
Sue T. Bond
Wendy Boschert
Patrick J. Brennan
Mildred E. Brewer
Helene Brody
Jay Brody
Thomas Brookover
Marlene Burns
Dr. Steven Burns
Ernest B. Campbell
Milana J. Carlson
George Cassavaugh
James Cherfoli
Robert Ciurlik
Kathleen Ciurlik
Ellery J. Cloutier
Joan Cloutier
Louise A. Cloutier
Dr. Carl Cohen
Susan Cohen
Barbara E. Dixon
Louise Dora
Morton A. Eden
William C. Edmunds
Lawrence Egon
Frank J. Ellias
Anita Epstein
Agnes Eulow
David Eulow
Sandra R. Feldman
Dr. Steven J. Feldman

Elect Cheryl D.

Herschel Fink
Frances Fisher
Jack Fisher
Randolph J. Friedman
Walter Gallaher
Jane Garity
Thomas Garity
Paul Geary
Maxine Gerhard
Karen Gifford
Barb Goldberg
Esther Goldenberg
N. Norman Goldenberg
Murray Gorchow
Arnold M. Gordon
Ruth Gordon
Robert Goren
Joseph Griffin
David Grunewald
Jacqueline Guastello
Philip Guastello
Donald H. Hannon
Karen Hansen
Patricia Hansen
Joel Hechler
Darwin Heisler
Benjamin Hicok
Audrie Higgins
Judy Holtz
Tim Hulstrone„
Cheryl Hulstrone
Donald L. Hunt
Maxine Jackson
Richard S. Jackson
Theodore Jackson
Harriet Jacobson
Michael Jacobson
Anne H. Jardon
Carol Kaczmarek
Melvyn J. Kates
Alan J. Kaufman
Stephen Kaufman
Sue Singer Kaufman
Marshall L. Keller
Ruth D. Keller
Mary Kemp
Dorothy M. Kendall
James M. Kendall
Anita Kleinberg
David Kleinberg
Robert A. Kluczynski
Thomas J. Knatz
Lawrence D. Korn
Monte M. Korn
Kenneth M. Korotkin
Lawrence G. Kozaruk
Dwight Lababie
Mitchell Laine
Barry F. Lakritz
Julie Kraus
Charles Ledgerwood
Connie Ledgerwood
Danielle K. Leff
Pat Levine

BLOOM

Sally Jo Levine
Thomas Levine
Karen Levitz
Steven E. Levitz
Alan B. Little
Mary Ann Little
Joyce A. Lloyd
Elizabeth A. Lubin
Eugene L. Lubin
Dr. Theodore Mandel
Joseph Majcher
Mary Majcher
Berj Manoukian
Phillip J. Manson
- Robert Martin
Donna Marie Matyanowski
Alyce McClaran
Jesse W. McClaran
Dora M. McClary
Peggy McDermott
Ellen McMann
Thomas J. McNally
Patricia C. Meehon
Patricia Mehling
Mark Mellon
Ann Mercer
Carolyn E. Miller
Ronald J. Miller
Joyce Mekler Miller
Beulah Moss
David Moss
Gordon J. Muir
Judith A. Muney
Ruth Nathan
David Navarre
Tom Nolan
David Nolan
Robert L. O'Connell
Jules B. Olsman
Martha K. Osborne
Dorothy Ouellette
Andrew Pacholok
Paul J. Palgut
Dennis P. Partridge
Christina Pasfield
Frances Penskar
Sol Penskar
Dr. Henry Pinkney
R. Shelley Pinkney
Bunny Plaskov
Sharon R. Powers
Frederick C. Pratt
Jean C. Rachel
Daniel M. Rhodes
Jay Roberts
Carlton R. Roeser
Gary Rosenberg
Janet Rosenberg
Stephen N. Ross
Linda Roszak
Dr. J. Barry Rubin
Rose Ann Rubenstein
Dr. Sidney Rubenstein
Lawrence H. Rubinstein

48th DISTRICT COURT JUDGE

Paid for by Committee to Elect Cheryl D. Bloom, 4274 Pine Lane, Orchard Lake



Sella Rubinstein
Nadean A. Rupp
Mildred F. Sage
Steven Sattler
Donn Schlitt
Dr. Edwin Schneider
Joe Schneider
Judy Schneider
Maryon Schneider
Ilene Schuster
Mal Schuster
Gail Schwartz
Jerome Schwartz
Lila Schwartz
Irene Seaver
Gail Segregorio
Robert Segregorio
Christine P. Seitanakis
Brian Selburn
Annabell- Serratoni
Cathy E. Sevy
Robert Beau Sevy
Marie Siivola
Connie Silk
Cheryl A. Silver
Edward A. Simon
Josephine Simon
Donna Sklar
Lawrence Sklar
Lucille M. Sorenson
Dr. Henry Spiro
Thomas S. Starynchak
Gloria Steinau
Rochelle Steinberg
Brian Stevens
Patty Stevens
Mrs. Max Stollman
Harry Stone
Debbie Stybel
Harvey Stybel
Martin M. Summer
Ann Curry Thompson
Carmen C. Tice
Robert Tice
Edward Travig
Stuart Ulanoff
Paul Van Hartesveldt
Dennis G. Vatsis
Beryle Walters
Cynthia A. Ward
Earl E. Ward
Richard Warsh
Dianna Weinberg
Dr. Jerrold H. Weinberg
Andrew Weiss
Mark Weiss
Steve Weiss
Douglas Wesley
Dr. Helen H. Winkler
Roy R. Winn
Andrea L. Wolfe
Lawrence A. Wolfe
E. T. Wudyka
Vicki Munson Yun
Craig Zamler
Gene Zamler
Judy Zola
Lila Zorn

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Foreign Minister Yitzhak
Shamir and the Foreign
Ministry came under sharp
attack by a key Likud Knes-
set member for what he said
was an "inept information
campaign" dealing with the
war in Lebanon.
Dr. Eliahu Ben-Elissar,
chairman of the Knesset
Foreign Affairs and Secu-
rity Committee, who was Is-
rael's ambassador to Egypt
and a former director gen-
eral of the prime minister's
office, blamed Shamir for
not having convened even
one press conference with
foreign journalists to pre-
sent Israel's position.
He also charged that
Shamir refused to deal with
the subject of the informa-
tion campaign at Cabinet
meetings.
Ben-Elissar said that in
view of this "ineptness"
he did not understand
why the Foregn Ministry
was surprised that most
of the international
media expressed sym-
pathy for the Palestine
Liberation Organization.
The ministry, he said,
should have prepared it-
self ahead of time for
such a development.

David Kimche, director
general of the Foreign
Ministry, replied that his
ministry was only one of
the bodies dealing with in-
formation. He said the Is-
rael Defense Force spokes-
man was in charge of brief-
ing journalists in Lebanon,
and not the Foreign Minis-
try.
Sources at the ministry
expressed surprise that
Ben-Elissar's comments
were leaked out of the--
Knesset committee, since
the meeting was a closed`
one.
The sources said the
committee received a com-
prehensive account of the
extensive work of the
Foreign Ministry in the
area of informational ac-
tivity which resulted in pur-
lic opinion surveys showing
that support for Israel in the
United States and Western
Europe has not diminished
since the war began in
Lebanon.
The account also noted
tha Shamir devotes consid-
erable time daily for inter-
views with the media, thus
becoming Israel's best
known spokesman over-
seas, after Premier
Menahem Begin.

Watt Says Made a Mistake'
in Sending Letter to Arens

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Secretary of Interior James
Watt told leaders of the
Anti-Defamation League of
Bnai Brith that he had
"made a mistake" in send-
ing a letter to Ambassador
Moshe Arens of Israel stat-
ing that "If the liberals of
the Jewish community join
with other liberals of this
nation to oppose these ef-
forts, they will weaken our
ability to be a good friend of
Israel."
At his meeting here last
week, Watt was reported to
have expressed his
apologies and admitted that
the American Jewish com-
munity had "every right to
be upset."
He complained to the
ADL leaders that he seeks
support for his energy
policies from every segment
of American society and
that he had no intention of
singling out the Jewish
community.
ADL national chair-

Bond Leaders
to Hear Arens
and Sharon

NEW YORK — Israel De-
fense Minister Ariel Sharon
and Ambassador to the U.S.
Moshe Arens will be the
principal speakers at the
1982 International Leader-
ship Conference of State of
Israel Bonds in Washing.
ton, D.C. Aug. 26-29.

If I have ever made any
valuable discoveries, it has
been owing more to patient
attention, than to any other
talent.
—Sir Isaac Newton

man Kenneth Bialkin,
who said the meeting
with Watt had been ar-
ranged weeks ago, prior
to the disclosure of the
June 17 letter to Arens,
said the Interior Secre-
tary's remarks were
made "with great sincer-
ity and in good faith, and
we consider the incident
closed."
In the immediate after-
math of the disclosure of the
letter two weeks ago, Watt
insisted that the letter "does
not threaten anyone" and
that he stood by it because
"its intentions were right
and it was properly
worded."
But Jewish leaders . and
major political figures
reacted angrily and many
demanded his resignation.
During a nationally tele-
vised news conference in
Washington last week,
President Reagan was
asked if Watt should be
fired, as Sen. Daniel
Moynihan (D-N.Y.), has
suggested. The President
answered that Watt
"shouldn't be fired."

Reunion Planned
in Texas for
Ex-Michiganians

The fourth annual reu-
nion for former Michigan
residents living in Dallas,
Tex., will be held Aug. 28 at
the Jewish Community
Center in north Dallas.
Reservations are limited
to 500, and no reservations
will be taken at the door.
For details, call in Dallas,
Myrria Dalitz Green, reu-
nion coordinator, (214)
233-4551.

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