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June 22, 1984 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-06-22

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52 Friday, June 22, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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United Nations (JTA) —
A four-member B'nai B'rith
International delegation,
headed by Gerald Kraft, the
organization's president,
urged United Nations Sec-
retary General Javier Perez
de Cuellar on Wednesday to
use his influence to prevent
outbursts of anti-Semites'

statements and remarks at
the U.N.
After the meeting, which
was held at the Secretary
General's office and lasted
about 40 minutes, Kraft
said, "We expressed our
concern over the upsurge of
anti-Jewish bigotry at the
United Nations. We told the

BUSINESS

APPLEGATE
SQUARE shopping center
will have a one-of-a-kind 50
percent of sale during the
square's annual "Art in the
Square" art fair noon-5 p.m.
Sunday. The art fair will
take place Saturday and
Sunday during mall hours.
Featured during the art fair
will be Detroit News car-
toonist Larry Wright who
will display his "Wright
Angles," "Motley" and "Kit
'n' Carlyle" cartoons.

PAUL L. SHERIZEN,
CLU, a Massachusetts
Mutual life insurance agent
affiliated with the Rosen-
wasser Agency in Far-
mington Hills, attended the
Million Dollar Round Table
gathering in New York City
this week.

SHELDON S. BROWN,
journalist and author, has
released his nationally dis-
tributed, illustrated book,
The Official Price Guide to
Radio, TV and Movie Col-
lectibles. To order, write
Brown at P.O. Box 37111,
Oak Park 48237.

CADILLAC LUG-
GAGE OF SOUTHFIELD
INC., a retailer of luggage,
business cases and personal
leather goods, has opened at
29181 Norhtwestern Hwy.,
Southfield. Alfred L. Brook,
president, also heads Cadil-

lac Luggage Inc., which has
operated in downtown De-
troit for 33 years. Larry A.
Brook will manage the new
facility.


TONY MILEN has been
promoted to vice president
of Jax Kar Wash, Inc., an-
nounced Bruce Milen,
president and chief execu-
tive officer.

JERALD KAUFMAN,
insurance agent, attended
the Million Dollar Round
Table gathering in New
York City this week.

TEL-12 MALL will pre-
sent music of the '30s, '40s
and '50s as well as rock vid-
eos today through Sunday.
Mall hours are 10 a.m.-9
p.m. today and Saturday
and noon-5 p.m. Sunday.

INVITATIONS BY
HATTIE SCHWARTZ is
featuring new invitations
and party accessories as
presented at the recent New
York Stationery Show. For
an appointment, call Mrs.
Schwartz, 352-7387.

SEYMOUR
SCHWARTZ, talent agent
with the Seymour Schwartz
Agency, will be featured
with a variety of his clients
on PM Magazine at 7:30
p.m. Tuesday on Channel 2.

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Gerald H. Long, president of R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.,
was recently honored by the United Jewish
Appeal/Federation of Jewish Philanthropies of New York.
Shown with' the award are, from left, Don Grout of R. J.
Reynolds, Long, and Malcolm Fleischer of the ,
UJAIFederation.

Gerald Kraft
Secretary General that the
General Assembly resolu-
tion of 1975 equating
Zionism with racism in ef-
fect legitimized anti-Jewish
bigotry and that it is being
institutionalized" at the
United Nations.
Kraft said that in addi-
tion to seeking the help of
De Cuellar in preventing
anti-Semitic outbursts in
the future, they asked the
Secretary General to see to
it that if such outbursts
reoccur "more U.N. member
states will challenge them."
According to Kraft, the
Secretary General agreed
that anti-Semitism at the
U.N. "was shameful and
unacceptable." De Cuellar
said, according to Kraft,
that the United Nations
"cannot fight apartheid and
engage in another type of
discrimination." De Cuellar
reportedly told the I3'nai
B'rith delegation to inform
him of any manifestation of
anti-Semitism at the U.N.
"You can always count on
my support," he reportedly
said.
Kraft disclosed that since
the beginning of the year,
shortly after the Libyan
Ambassador to the U.N., Ali
Treiki, made anti-Semitic
slurs at the U.N. General
Assembly, he has been
meeting with various am-
bassadors "from democratic
countries" to encourage
them to challenge anti-
Semitic remarks at the U.N.
He said that some of the
ambassadors blamed their
lack of protest against the
anti-Jewish slurs on "in-
stitutionalized procedures"
at the United Nations
which prevented them from
responding on the spot.
"We told the Secretary
General that these ambas-
sadors need his quiet
encouragement to chal-
lenge the anti-Semitic out-
bursts," Kraft said.
The three other members
of the delegation were
Philip Lax, chairman of the
International Council of
B'nai B'rith; Dr. William
Korey, director of interna-
tional policy research for
B'nai B'rith; and Harris
Schoenberg, director of
U.N. affairs of the organiza-
' tiori."

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