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June 30, 1989 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-06-30

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Silver, Hog Bright, allii so right for sumer...

recting for the undercount
was introduced in January by
Sen. Daniel Moynihan (D-
N.Y.) and Rep. Mervyn
Dymally (D-Calif.).
Its prospects for enactment,
however, are considered poor,
so in November, a group of
civic organizations, states
(New York and California)
and cities (New York, Los
Angeles and Chicago), as well
as the U.S. Conference of
Mayors and the NAACP filed
suit in U.S. District Court in
Brooklyn to compel the Com-
merce Department to adjust
the results of the census to be
taken in 1990 to account for
people inadvertently missed.
The American Jewish Com-
mittee, along with other
Jewish organizations, is very
much concerned about the
census undercount. Hence we
support in principle
reasonable measures,
whether legislative or
judicial, to require the Com-
merce Department and the
Census Bureau to take the
necessary steps to correct the
undercount to the maximum
extent possible. ❑

(c) Jewish Telegraphic Agency.

I

LOCAL NEWS I

Pop's Condition
Is Stable

Joan John Pop, a worker for
the past four-and-a-half years
at Zeman's Kosher Bakery, is
in stable condition at Mt.
Carmel Mercy Hospital
following an attack last week
by an unknown assailant.
Pop, 52, was traveling on
the Lodge Freeway near Lin-
wood on his way to work
when he was shot in the left
side. He was taken to the
hospital, where his spleen
and part of his intestine were
removed.
He is now breathing with
the help of a machine. He is
not allowed visitors.
Pop was an attorney and
human rights activist in
Romania before coming to the
United States.

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