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January 03, 1986 - Image 1

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-01-03

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JANUARY 3, 1986

SERVING DETROIT'S METROPOLITAN JEWISH COMMUNITY

THIS ISSUE 50c.

Jewish Groups Urge
Action Against Terror

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Decisive moves needed in
'wake of Rome, Vienna
airport attacks.

New York (JTA) — Leading
Jewish organizations have urged
governments around the world to
take decisive action against ter-
rorists and called for punishment of
nations which provide refuge to ter-
rorists, in the wake Of last Friday's
terrorist attacks at the El Al coun-
ters in the Rome and Vienna air-
ports.
At a pres; conference Sunday,
Kenneth Bialkin, chairman of the
Conference of Presidents of Major
American Jewish. OrganizationB, is-
sued a hard-hitting statement saying
that the Palestinian terrorist war
,`,.!against the traveling public re-
quires urgent action by the interna-
tional community. The indiscrimi-
nate. terror in Rome and Vienna re-



Kenneth Bialkin: Outlines steps.

flects a' barbarism and a primitive
mentality which canhot `be reached
by reason or the rule of law."
He outlined eight steps that

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Volunteers Recruited
Fora Super Sunday

Feb. 2 fundraiser to spur
the' 1986 Detroit Allied
Jewish Campaign.

BREAKING
TRADITION?

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The Allied Jewish Campaign's
eight divisions are gearing up for
the community's Super. Sunday tele-
phone appeal on February 2.
Edie Mittenthal, chairman of
worker recruitment and training, is
asking CaMpaign workers and other
interested members of the commun-
ity to take a turn at the phones. "It's
a great Opportunity to get involved,"
she said. "The feeling \\of satisfaetion
in reaching out to the Community
and helping our partners one of
the rewards of the day.' .
Super Sunday Chairmen Shelby
Tauber and N. Brewster Broder said
that all volunteers will be given a
brief training session that day to en-
able them to answer contributors'
questions, "Video tapes will be a
part of the worker training agenda

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Conservative Jewish women in
Detroit are taking sides
over participation in services.

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this year," Tauber said, moving the

Campaign officially into "state-of-
the-art fund-raising."
According to Broder, last year's
one-day appeal was a success be-
cause of those in the community who
answered the call for help in meet-
ing local and overseas needs. "But
we couldn't have accomplished what

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