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October 03, 1986 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-10-03

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ministration plans to sell $1
billion worth of weapons to
Saudi Arabia, despite strong
Congressional opposition;
AIPAC decides not to oppose
the deal actively . . . Detroit
activists Dorothy Mahlin and
Bill Graham are arrested in
Washington D.C. after pro-
testing the imprisonment of
Soviet Jewish prisoners of
conscience . . . Detroit
Jewry, for the first time in its
136-year history, has a com-
munity eruv which allows
observant persons to carry
"necessities" within a sym-
bolic boundary . . . Jewish
News White House corres-
pondent Trude B. Feldman is
granted an exclusive inter-
view with President Reagan,
the first since the terrorist
acts at the Vienna and Rome
airports . . . Southfield
barber and Holocaust sur-
vivor David Burdowski
travels to Luneburg, West
Germany to testify against
accused Nazi criminal Horst
Czerwinski . . . In an an-
nual audit, the Anti-Defa-
mation League of B'nai B'rith
reveals that 14 anti-Semitic
acts were reported in
Michigan in 1985, up from
seven such acts the previous
year . . . The Fresh Air
Society hosts Tamarack
Camps' annual Jamboree and
reunion at the main JCC . .

February

An Auschwitz survivor is
awarded $5.25 million in
damages in his suit against a
Swedish citizen who claimed
that the Holocaust was a
hoax . . . In the face of over-
whelming opposition in Con-
gress, the Administration
decides to indefinitely post-
pone its proposed $1.9 billion
arms sale to Jordan . . . Boris
Smolar, former editor in chief
of the Jewish Thlegraphic
Agency, dies in New York at
8 ... Deborah Lipstadt is
named director of the
Brandeis-Bardin Institute in
California . . . After eight
years in a Soviet labor camp,

human rights activist Anato-
ly Shcharansky is freed in
Berlin and flies to Israel for
a huge, emotional celebra-
tion . . . Marilyn Klinghoffer,
widow of victim of PLO ter-
rorism aboard the Achille
Lauro in October, dies of
cancer at 58 in New York .. .
For the third time in recent
years, the Who Is A Jew?
amendment to the Law of
Return is defeated in the
Knesset . The Senate
approves a watered-down
resolution against genocide,
37 years after it was first in-
troduced . . . Accused Nazi
war criminal John Demjan-
juk is extradited from the
U.S. to Israel to stand
trial . . . Dr. Ismar Schorsch
is elected chancellor of the
Jewish Theological Seminary
following the retirement of
Dr. Gerson Cohen ... Rus-
sian immigrant Samuil Valk
speaks at a United Syna-
gogue Youth event about his
life in the Soviet Union
prior . . . The Anne Frank
exhibit opens at the Jewish
Center . . . Sen. Gary Hart
speaks to the Jewish Com-
munity Council's delegate
assembly at Adat Shalom
Synagogue. . . The fifth an-
nual Super Sunday raises
$818,569 for the Allied
Jewish Campaign . . . Sonia
and Rabbi M. Syme of Thm-
ple Israel receive the Tree of
Life award at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek, sponsored by the
Jewish National Fund . . .

March

The Arab mayor of Nablus,
considered a moderate with
close ties to Jordan, is
murdered; two Palestinian
terrorist groups claim
credit . . . Israel resumes
diplomatic relations with
Ivory Coast, 13 years after
the West African nation,
under pressure from the Arab
world, severed ties . . . A con-
troversy arises over plans to
establish a convent on the site
of the Auschwitz death
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