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February 14, 1986 - Image 71

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-02-14

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JAN. 24 — Susan Winniman Al-
len, formerly of Grand Rapids,
and Bradley Allen of Philadel-
phia, Pa., are delighted to an-
nounce the birth of their daugh-
ter, Carly Jordan. Proud grand-
parents are Joan and Allan Win-
niman of Grand Rapids and Polly
and Leonard Allen of Philadel-
phia. Proud great-grandmothers
are Caroline Rider, Celia Pilivin
and Edith Steinbergh. Carly Jor-
dan is named in loving memory of
her great-grandfathers Mr.
Charles Steinbergh and Mr.
Joseph Pilivin.
JAN. 16 — Leonard and Marcie
(Blumenthal) Miller of Southfield
proudly announce the birth of
their son, Andrew Evan, brother
to Jason Carl. Proud grand-
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Sydney
Blumenthal of Southfield and
Mrs. Bertha Miller of Boca Raton,
Fla. Andrew Evan is named in
loving memory of his paternal
grandfather Mr. Herman Miller
and his maternal great-great-
grandmother Eva Wigodski.
JAN. 16 — Yonaton and Laurie
Rappeport (Sendler) of Safad, Is-
rael, are happy to announce the
birth of their son, Avishai Shim-
shon. Grandparents are Sue Sen-
dler of Oak Park and Judy and
Robert Miller of Massachusetts.
Proud great-grandmother is Ger-
trude Hyams of Detroit.

Jeff and Robin (Cas-
man) Cutler of Farmington Hills
are proud to announce the birth of
their daughter, Ashley Rose.
Proud grandparents are June and
Paul Casman and Rita and
Manny Cutler. Ashley Rose is
named in loving memory of her
maternal grandmother Rose
Casman and paternal grand-
mother Ida Katzman.

JAN. 15 —

Former Detroiter
Howard T. Sikora and Leslie
(Labus) Sikora of Palm Harbor,
Fla., proudly announce the birth
of their daughter, Danielle
Lauren. Grandparents are Renee
and Harry Zahler and William
and Jacquline Labus and Conrad
Sikora. Great-grandparents are
Rita and Sol Ager of North Miami,
Fla.

JAN. 12 —

DEC. 6 — Daniel and Sharon
(Burg) Brown of Oak Park pro-
udly announce the birth of their
son, Yaakov Menachem, brother
to Miriam Rivka and Adina
Rachel. Happy grandparents are
Dr. and Mrs. Leon A. Burg of
Southfield and Mrs. Tillie Brown
of Oak Park. Proud great-grand-
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Allen D.
Ribiat of Oak Park and Mr. and
Mrs. Sol Burg of Southfield.
Yaakov is named in loving mem-
ory of his paternal grandfather
Rabbi Jacob M. Brown.

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Arab Threats Result In
Altered Flight Paths

Tel Aviv (JTA) — The
Transport Ministry's Civil
Aviation Authority announced
last Sunday it has established
new flight paths for civilian
aircraft arriving at and depar-
ting from Israel. The measure
was taken in response to
threats by Libya, Syria and
various terrorist groups to
retaliate for the recent in-
terception by the Israel Air
Force of a private Libyan plane
which Israel had reason to
believe was carrying top ter-
rorist leaders.
Israel's intelligence proved
false in this case and the plane,
a Gulfstream Executive jet
enroute from Benghazi, Libya
to Damascus, was released
four and a half hours after it
had been forced to land at an
air base in northern Israel.
The reprisal threats were not
specific but they are taken
seriously here and in other
countries. Terrorist leader Abu
Nidal, one of those presumed
to have been aboard the inter-
cepted plane, warned civilians
to stay off Israeli and Ameri-
can airliners. Libyan leader
Muammar Qaddafi charged
that the U.S. Sixth Fleet,
operating near Libyan waters,
had pinpointed the private
plane for the Israel Air Force.
Greek civil aviation author-
ities who operate air traffic
controls in the eastern Medi-
terranean jointly with Cyprus,
have also assigned new flight

paths well away from Libyan
air space, Maariv reported. A
spokesman for El Al, Israel's
national airline, said the Lib-
yan threats have had no ad-
verse effects on bookings.
The incident proved embar-
rassing for Israel and angered
many Cabinet ministers who
were not consulted or inform-
ed in advance of the decision to
intercept the Libyan plane. On-
ly Prime Minister Shimon
Peres, Defense Minister Yit-
zhak Rabin and Chief of Staff
Gen. Moshe Levy knew of the
operation which Peres insists
required a swift decision with-
out time for discussion.
Israeli officials, meanwhile,
sought to justify the intercep-
tion as having been within
Israel's rights under interna-
tional law. Transport Minister
Haim Corfu issued a statement
to that effect, citing the prin-
ciples laid down in a resolution
of the International Civil Avia-
tion Organization (ICAO), a
United Nations agency, in
May, 1984.
Israeli officials have pointed
out that the intercepted plane
was not a commercial airliner
carrying paying passengers on
a regular route but a private
plane not subject to ICAO
regulations chartered to carry
home participants in a con-
ference in Tripoli, Libya where
terrorist activities were
discussed and probably
planned.

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