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November 02, 1990 - Image 64

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-11-02

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NEWS I

Yemen Volunteer

Continued from preceding page

for Michigan Court of Appeals

Linda Hallmark has
won endorsements of
community leaders
and organizations

"For ten years, I have witnessed
Linda Hallmark's outstanding legal
ability. She will make an excellent
Court of Appeals Judge."

Judge Fred M. Mester
Oakland County Circuit Court

"Linda Hallmark has demonstrated a
strong commitment to law enforce-
ment. She is the best candidate for
Court of Appeals."

John E Nichols
Oakland County Sheriff

"Linda Hallmark is widely known for
her ability, fairness and integrity. I
urge you to vote for Linda Hallmark
for Michigan Court of Appeals."

Judge Edward Sosnick
Oakland County Circuit Court

• Detroit Free Press • Observer Eccentric
Newspapers • Police Officer's Association
of Michigan • Michigan Chamber of
Commerce • Michigan Automobile Club
PAC • Women Lawyers Association of
Michigan • Michigan Women's Campaign
Fund • Oakland County Deputy Sheriff's
Association • Macomb County National
Organization of Women • Oakland County
National Organization of Women • Oakland
County Bar Association Public Advisory
Committee — "Well Qualified" rating.

Nina Dodge Abrams
Alan Ackerman
Dr. Donald Adler
Denise R. Alexander
James M. Alexander
Hon. Lynn D. Allen
Hon. Robert C. Anderson
Hon. Steven N. Andrews
Lawrence G. Ashley
Harvey K. Babcock
Hon. Norman R. Barnard
Hon. George N. Bashara, Jr.
Dana S. Baskin
Henry Baskin
Hon. William R. Beasley
Stephen R. Bernstein
Carol Bimkrant
Jon J. Bimkrant
Lee Snyder Blizman
Paul J. Blizman
Donna L. Bookholder
Ronald M. Bookholder
Hon. David F. Breck
Barry L. Brickner
Thomas F. Brill
Myron B. Charfoos
Norton J. Cohen
Peter M. Cooper
Dennis Dembs
Marshall C. Disner
Hon. C. Hugh Dohany
Nancy Garlock Edmunds
William C. Edmunds
Stewart I. Ehrlich
Hon. Louis E. Fairbrother
Stanley G. Feldman
Robert Z. Feldstein
Julie I. Fershtman
Robert H. Foon
Ann Posner Frankel
Stuart Freedman
Leo H. Friedman
Morris S. Friedman
Ilene Weiss Fruitman
Ronald A. Fruitman
Hon. Hilda R. Gage
Arnold P. Garber
Cynthia L. Geller
Sandor M. Gelman
Franklin D. Gettleson
Hon. Alice L. Gilbert
Barry R. Glaser
Morris Gleicher
Edward D. Gold
Frederick S. Goldberg
Tom J. Goldberg
Dr. Roy Goodman
Henry S. Gombein
Jerome B. Greenbaum
Leslie N. Greenwald
Samuel H. Gun
Howard E. Gurwin
Athur B. Haddrill
Alan C. Harnisch
Harvey I. Hauer
Hon. Kenneth H. Hempstead
David Hermelin
Doreen Hermelin
Howard Hertz
Albert L. Holtz
Judith Holtz
Dave Honigman

Joanne Honigman
Hon. Peter D. Houk
Hon. Barry L. Howard
J. Leonard Hyman
Hon. David L. Jordon
Melvyn J. Kates
Sherri L. Katz
Alan L. Kaufman
Hon. Thomas G. Kavanagh
Stanley C. Kazul
Alan Kellman
Wallace Kinzer
Steven P. Korn
Elliott P. Kramer
Michael R. Kramer
Loraine R. Kuhn
Henry Langberg
Cyril C. Levenson
David M. Levine
Richard A. Levitt
Hon. Bryan H. Levy
David H. Lewiston
Barry W. Litvin
Morris Margulies
Alan A. May
Liz May
Frederick W. Melamed
Susie Melamed
Hon. Fred M. Mester
Allen M. Meyers
Fred Morganroth
Janice M. Morganroth
Hon. Daniel Murphy
Frederick A. Neumark
Hon. John F. Nichols
Hon. Francis X. O'Brien
Hon. John N. O'Brien
Jules B. Olsman
Melvin R. Partovich
Lawrence S. Pepper
Pamela Pepper
Michael A. Pivoz
Harvey L. Plaskov .
Debra Nickin Ribitwer
Michael A. Robbins
Jay L. Rothstein
Lawrence R. Rothstein
Harriet B. Rotter
Sydney L. Ruby
Bruce J. Sage
Arthur W. Saltzman
Jo Saltzman
Hon. Margaret G. Schaeffer
Dr. Judith Schartenberg
Abraham Selesny
Franci B. Silver
Ted A. Simons
Irving H. Small
Lina Small
Hon. Edward Sosnick
Hon. Carolyn Steil
Daniel D. Swanson
Lawrence P. Swistak
Hon. Robert L. Templin
E. Gary Veltman
Denise Victor
Richard S. Victor
Donald A. Wagner
Howard I. Wallach
Stephen L. Weber
Leonard J. Wine
Ronald M. Yolles

Linda S.

HALLMARK

for Court of Appeals

Paid for by Linda S. Hallmark Court of Appeals Committee,
24901 Northwestern Hwy., Southfield, MI 48075. F.W. Melamed, Treasurer.

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1990

ing the hora. "I nearly
flipped," Ms. Neckritz said,
adding that she sought out
their teacher to find out who
had taught the Moslem
youngsters a Jewish dance.
The teacher was a Dutch
woman, who turned out to be
one- quarter Jewish and who
has since gone back to
Holland.
Learning that Ms.
Neckritz would soon be leav-
ing North Yemen and was
planning to visit Israel, the
dance teacher asked Ms.
Neckritz if she would travel
to Sadaa with her to visit a
Jewish family.
In particular, the Dutch
woman wanted to know if
Neckritz would act as a
messenger between two
sisters — one in Sadaa and
the other in Israel.
Ms. Neckritz agreed.
The family, with three
daughters and a recently
married son, lived in a two-
room hut. Like other Jews
remaining in Yemen, they
were deeply religious, Ms.
Neckritz said. The mother,
whose sister was rescued by
Operation Magic Carpet and
now lives in Rosh Ha'ayin,
baked bread and wove
baskets, and her husband
made jewelry.
Although impoverished
and limited to certain oc-
cupations, the Jews of
Yemen face their "biggest
problem" in their efforts to
remain religious, said Ms.
Neckritz. She added that
praying and studying Heb-
rew are both against the law
and must be done surrep-
titiously.
The family gave Ms.
Neckritz letters and photos
for their relatives in Israel,
placing all the material in a
hollow tube sealed shut at
both ends with silver. Thus,
Ms. Neckritz became one of
several couriers through the
years who have helped the
sisters stay in touch.
The two families, which
had lost contact for more
than three decades, re-
established contact about 10
years ago, said Ms. Neckritz,
who left North Yemen in
July 1989.
A postscript to Ms.
Neckritz's two years in Nor-
th Yemen came in Israel,
where the grapevine would
often carry word of her expe-
riences.
"I didn't think it was that
big a deal that I had been to
Yemen until I would meet
Yemenite Jews in Israel, and
they would freak out and in-
vite me to their house and
invite over their whole fami-
ly," who would then ask lots
of questions, Ms. Neckritz
said. "And it happened

again and again and again."
Among those who heard of
Ms. Neckritz's experiences
were leaders of the World
Union of Jewish Students,
which is campaigning for
countries to pressure the
Yemenite government to
ease conditions for the coun-
try's Jews, according to
Rachel Tsur, coordinator of
the effort.
Ms. Tsur, interviewed by
phone from her office in
Jerusalem, confirmed recent
reports that conditions have
improved somewhat since
this year's merger of the two
Yemens, with the govern-
ment allowing Jews to
receive religious articles,
letters and visitors from
abroad.
Those reports, however,
came before the current
crisis in the Persian Gulf, in
which Yemen has sided with
Iraq and opposed the
intervention of Western and
moderate Arab nations.
Although Ms. Tsur said
she couldn't speak as an ex-
pert on the implications of
the crisis, she did say, "We
can assume that it's no good
for the Jews." 1=1

Liberty Lobby
Radio Outlets

New York (JTA) — Liberty
Lobby, one of the wealthiest
and most active anti-Semitic
organizations in this coun-
t r y , has recently
strengthened its public voice
by acquiring new radio
outlets, and may soon be
boosted by a multimillion-
dollar bequest, according to
the Anti-Defamation League
of B'nai B'rith.
ADL's new report, "Liber-
ty Lobby: Network of Hate,"
reports that the organization
is broadcasting bigotry and
extremism to millions of
people through a network of
satellite-transmitted radio
programs.
Liberty Lobby, based in
Washington, has gained
access to 147 radio stations
throughout the United
States by purchasing the
Sun Radio Network of Tam-
pa, Fla., in December 1989.
Programs distributed by
Sun include familiar con-
sumer-oriented call-in
shows; however, approx-
imately 45 of Sun's affiliates
have now added Radio Free
America to their regular
programming schedules, the
ADL report notes.
Since July 1988, Liberty
Lobby has also owned
roughly a half interest in the
Kayla Satellite Broad-
casting Network of Rich-
mond Center, Wis.

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