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October 03, 1986 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-10-03

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camp . . . A national Jewish
AIDs project is established in
Washington . . .Former UN
Secretary General Kurt Wald-
heim, a candidate for the
presidency of Austria, is
reported to have lied about
his affiliations with the Ger-
mans during World War II
and his knowledge of Jewish
deportations, according to
the World Jewish Congress;
Waldheim denies the allega-
tions . . . Secretary of State
Shultz, testifying before Con-
gress, says the U.S. and Jor-
dan "bent over backwards" to
give the PLO an opportunity
to become involved in peace
talks but "in the end, the
PLO leadership would not
move" . . . Former four-term
Senator Jacob Javits (R:NY)
dies at 81 and is eulogized for
his leadership in Congress
and his support of liberal
causes . . . Rabbi Yaakov
Kamenetzky, the revered
dean of Mesifta Torah
Vodaath in New York, dies at
the age of 95 in New York and
is mourned by 20,000 people
at his funeral . . . The Paris
trial of . alleged Nazi war
criminal Klaus Barbie is
delayed for at least a
year . . . Leon Frank, the
Atlanta Jew lynched in 1915
after being convicted of
murdering a 13-year-old girl,
receives a posthumous par-
don from the Georgia Board
of Pardons and Paroles .. .
The Herut Party convention
ends abruptly in a brawl
when a visibly shaken Yit-
zhak Shamir is forced off the
stage by supporters of David
Levy and Ariel Sharon; no
leader is selected . . . Pulitzer
Prize-winning author Bernard
Malamud dies at 71 . . . Rabbi
Moshe Feinstein, the preemi-
nent Tbrah scholar of his
generation, dies in the New
York at the age of 91 and is
mourned by 40,000 at ser-
vices in Manhattan and an
estimated 200,000 at funeral
services in Jerusalem . . . In
Illinois, two supporters of ex-
tremist Lyndon LaRouche
win statewide slots on the
Democratic ballot, prompting
Adlai Stevenson III to quit
the ticket and run for gover-
nor as an independent and
spurring Democratic officials
around the country to warn of
possible future LaRouche vic-
tories in other state elec-
tions . . . Fire damages two
Israeli matzah factories and
the Passover food is flown in-
to the country from Amer-
ica . . . Claude Lanzmann's
nine hour Holocaust film
`Shoah' makes its debut at
the Detroit Institute of
Arts . . . 30 Detroit area
Jewish teachers travel to
Israel . . . Tiyouts begin for
teenagers for the North
American Maccabi Games in
Toronto . . . The Council of
Orthodox Rabbis bestows
upon Sen. Carl Levin the

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Friday, October 3, 1986

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Continued from Page 48

"Askin Tziburi" award for
public service.

April

Domestic gasoline prices are
down well under a dollar a
gallon, the lowest in nine
years . . . Prime Minister
Peres of Israel visits America
for private talks with Ameri-
can officials; the Israeli
leader's popularity in the U.S.
and Israel concerns those
who would prefer to see him
remain in office rather than
rotate jobs with Yitzhak
Shamir in October, as sched-
uled . . . Peres fires Yitzhak
Modai as finance minister,
stirring speculation that the
government will fall and the
prime minister will be able to
call for new elections; but a
compromise is achieved when
Modai is given another cabi-
net post . . . Pope John Paul
II paid the first recorded
papal visit to a synagogue,
telling worshippers at Rome's
central synagogue that Jews
are "our elder brothers" .. .
The Supreme Court, in a 5-4
decision, rules that an Or-
thodox Jew in the Air Force
may not wear a yarmulke on
duty . . . American planes
bomb Libya as an act of self-
defense against international
terrorism; Kaddafi vows

Vice President
George Bush
combines peace
efforts and
presidential
aspirations on a
trip to the Mideast

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revenge for the death of his
adopted daughter and other
Libyans killed in the
raid . . . An attempt by an
Arab terrorist to blow up an
Israeli plane is thwarted by
El Al security agents at Lon-
don airport who spot a bomb
in his fiancee's suitcase .. .
An Israeli expert is among
the few Westerners chosen to
help treat radiation victims of
a major nuclear accident in
Chernobyl, Ukraine . . . Kurt
Waldheim, whose alleged par-
ticipation in Nazi war crimes
has provoked a bitter world-
wide controversy, narrowly
misses victory in Austria's
presidential election and faces
a run-off in June . . . Sex
therapist Dr. Ruth Wertheim-
er pays a visit to Detroit
while on the lecture cir-
cuit . . . Thmple Israel and
Hartford Baptist Church
sponsor a concert by jazz
musician Dave Brubeck . .
Detroit attorney Keith Braun
is granted a 30-day private
visitor's visa to see his Rus-

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