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July 06, 1984 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-07-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

NEWS

Uruguayan leader pledges
continued support of Israel

Uruguay has always
championed the cause of
freedom for Jews, Maeo
said, adding that the Jewish
community in Uruguay is a
"cherished and important
segment of Uruguayan
society." He cited his coun-
try's opposition to anti-
Semitic attacks on Israel at
the United Nations and said
Uruguay recognized the
need to urge the Soviet
Union to allow those Jews
who wish to emigrate.
Thursz also met with
representatives of the rul-

ing Colorado Party and the
opposition Blanco Party.
His meeting with the execu-
tive committee of the latter
was the first time that the
Blanco leadership has met
with a representative of an
international Jewish organ-
ization. Thursz said the
purpose of the meeting was
to get first-hand informa-
tion on Uruguay's political
crisis.
Thursz, in Buenos Aires
last week, met with Argen-
tine government leaders
who affirmed their support
for human rights
everywhere and their oppo-
sition to terrorism and the
use of the United Nations as
a forum for racist and anti-
Semitic attacks.
Thursz, meeting with
Argentine vice president
Victor Martinez, informed
him of the resolution ap-
proved last May by the
B'nai B'rith Board of Gov-
ernors praising the new
Argentine government for
initiatives to "ensure the
preservation and advance-
ment of democracy and
human rights" in Argen-
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Cooper seeks re-election

Judge Jessica Cooper has
announced her bid for re-
election to the 46th District
Court.
Judge Cooper won her
first judicial race in 1978.
The court serves Southfield,
Beverly Hills, Bingham
Farms, Lathrup Village and
Franklin.
Judge Cooper was for-
merly an appellate and gen-
eral trial attorney. She is a
founding member of the Na-
tional Association of
Women Judges; a member
of the Women Lawyers
Association; and vice
president of B'nai B'rith
Barristers.
She also is a member of
the Oakland Task Force on
Child Abuse. In addition,
she is on the board of direc-
tors for several community
services, including HAVEN
— Oakland County's
domestic violence shelter
and rape crisis counseling
center; Jewish Family Serv-
ice; the Anti-Defamation
League; and Temple

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Montevideo (JTA) —
Foreign Minister Carlos
Maeo of Uruguay has noted
the unique relationship be-
tween his .country and Is-
rael and has pledged that
Uruguay will continue to
support Israel because both
countries are devoted to
democratic ideals.
Maeo made the statement
at a meeting here over the
weekend with Daniel
Thursz, executive vice
president of B'nai B'rith In-
ternational, who is on a
seven-country South
American tour.

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