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November 09, 1984 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-11-09

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Friday, November 9, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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ing its armed forces into Lebanon
to do what they could to protect
their people and to try to bring
peace to the Galilee, their north-
ern region.
So now we go again — thinking
we can depend on United Nations
forces to prevent PLO attacks on
Israel. Will we never learn? The
United Nations is not an organ-
ization working for peace: it is a
collaborator of the terrorist PLO.

Hymie Cutler

Metro Detroit A mericans For a Safe Israel

Election ad
is criticized

The election is over. However, I
felt that I had to express myself on
the full-page ad titled, "Can It
Happen Here? A Time for Soul
Searching."
This ad which intimated that
the Democratic Party was anti-
Semitic and by inuendo tried to
tar Walter Mondale with the
same brush, was an insult to any-
one who is familiar with the re-
cord of the actions of both parties.
Anyone who knows Mondale's re-
cord as a Senator and Vice

President knows that this charge
is ridiculous. Was it a coincidence
that this ad appeared at about the
same time President Reagan
made similar insulting charges
when he spoke in a synagogue in
New York?
Judging from your editorial ti-
tled "Litmus Test" in the same
issue in which you discussed the
race in the Third District of
Michigan and Senator Laxalt's
letter, it is indeed the Republican
Party which supports a frighten-
ing call to vote on religious issues.
President Reagan has aligned
himself with those who not only
call for electing someone who is a
Christian, but they demand that
they must be their kind of Chris-
tian.
The sponsors of this ad have the
right to their own political belief,
but they insult our intelligence
when they try to use this poor tac-
tic. Shame on you. The Demo-
cratic Party, since of Franklin
Roosevelt and Harry Truman, has
supported religious tolerance and
not just given it lip-service.

Jack Feldstein

Bradenton, Fla.

Sheila Lipschutz
Mildred Winston

23077 Greenfield at 9 Mile
(313) 557-1860

353-2777
353-5442

Delivery Available

2 000 Ethiopian Jews died

of starvation and disease in
Africa awaiting rescue by
world Jewry

Are we going to permit
the same gruesome
fate for the
remaining

14 000?

,

LOCAL NEWS

Federation Apts. name Perlman

Michael B. Perlman was elected
president of the Jewish Federa-
tion Apartments at the recent
meeting of the agency's board of
directors.
Elected with Perlman were:
Neil Satovsky, Dr. Hershel
Sandberg and Tillie Brandwine,
vice presidents; Miriam Mondry,
secretary: Janet B. Levine, assis-
tant secretary; and Jack Zwick,
treasurer.

Michael Perlman
Sylvia Jaffe, Margery Krasnick
and Rose Roth were elected to a
fii'st three-year term on the board.
Re-elected as directors for an
additional three-year term were:
William Avrunin, Doris August,
Gerald Brody, Mrs. Brandwine,
Carol Sue Coden and Satovsky.
The nominating committee was
comprised of Rose Greenberg,
chairman; and Avrunin, Bess
Krolik, Jack A. Robinson and
Sheldon P. Winkelman.
Perlman earned a B.A. degree
in economics at the University of
Michigan and J.D. degree at
Wayne State University's law

school.
He has been chairman of the
executive committee and a direc-
tor of the Young Adult Division of
the Jewish Welfare Federation.
He is on the board of directors of
the Jewish Home for Aged and
Jewish Federation Apartments
and is a former vice president and
current chairman of the Maple-
Drake Building Committee of the
apartments.
Perlman is a member of the
United Jewish Appeal National
Young Leadership Cabinet;
chairman, Attorneys Section of
the Professional Services Division
of the Allied Jewish Campaign;
member, Campaign Community
Services Division; chairman of
the Joint (JFA-JHA) Maple-
Drake Building Committee;
member, Task Force on Commu-
nity Based Services to the
Noninstitutional Elderly;
member, Cong. Shaarey Zedek
Men's Club; and member, B'nai
B'rith Lodge No. 1374.

JCCouncil, NCCJ
hold joint program

The Jewish Community Coun-
cil in cooperation with the
Greater Detroit Round Table of
the National Conference of Chris-
tians and Jews will host a pro-
gram'entitled, "Ripping Away the
Misconceptions: Shedding New
Light on the Arab Refugee Prob-
lem," at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday in the
Fred M. Butzel Memorial Build-
ing, 163 Madison, Detroit.
Guest speaker will be Joan Pet-
ers, a specialist on the Arab-
Israeli conflict and the author of
From Time Immemorial.
For information, call the
JCCouncil, 962-1880.

Cable or write Prime Minister Shimon Peres.

Contact your Senators and Congressmen to
press for massive rescue without delay.

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To The American Association for Ethiopian Jews

2 - 89 Oak Street, Highland Park, Ill. 60035

To Promote The Rescue and Relief of Ethiopian Jews

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