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November 20, 1992 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-11-20

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Before 1987 it would have
been a difficult event for a
minority to be elected the
mayor of Pleasant Ridge,"
he added.
Last year, residents of
Pleasant Ridge held a seder
at the recreation center.
Twenty-five people attend-
ed. Mr. Sherbow and others
plan to do it again.
Mr. Sherbow is now in
his third term. In addition,
he is a senior partner at the
law offices of Kemp, Klein,
Umphrey and Endelman in
Troy and a member of

Temple Emanu-El. Mr.
Sherbow has no loftier
political agenda.
"This is it. There are no
goals or ambitions to be a
senator," he said. "There is
not a truer form of local pol-
itics than this. I know
what's happening — like
when a woman called me up
at 6:30 a.m. to complain
about a barking dog. I told
her I'd call the police and
have the dog turned loose in
Royal Oak. I was kidding,
of course." ❑

Anti-Semitism
In Hungary

Budapest (JTA) — A defen-
sive Hungarian foreign min-
ister asserted this week that
"the more anti-Semitism is
mentioned, the more
difficult it is to smooth the
problem."
Geza Jeszensky was re-
sponding to American Jew-
ish leaders who urged
forceful condemnation by
the government of slurs
against the Jews voiced by a
prominent leader of the
Hungarian ruling party.
The meeting with a dele-
gation of the American Jew-
ish Committee here came
amid growing international
focus on the anti- Semitic ut-
terances of a vice president
of the Hungarian Democrat-
ic Forum, Istvan Csurka.
Mr. Jeszensky, who said he
plans to visit Israel soon,
urged an attitude of
tolerance toward Mr.
Csurka, who last August
published an anti-Semitic
tract in the party newspaper
and has spoken out in his
weekly Sunday radio pro-
gram against what he sees
as undue Jewish influence in
various spheres.
"The only way to solve this
problem is to not to exag-
gerate it, but to show Csurka
the error of his ways," the
foreign minister told
reporters after meeting with
the American Jewish
leaders.
The group discussed with
Mr. Jeszensky various
Hungarian positions at the
United Nations with respect
to Israel, according to the
delegation's head, Rabbi
Andrew Baker, director of
European Affairs at the
AJCommittee.
Rabbi Baker said his group

was on a fact-finding mission
to ascertain how the
100,000-strong Jewish com-
munity in Hungary, the
largest in Central Europe,
copes with bigotry and pre-
judice in the post-communist
era.
The eight mission mem-
bers were to meet with Jew-
ish communal leaders in
Budapest before going on to
visit the Jewish corn-
. munities in Belarus and
Latvia.

Israel Rejoins
Refugee Talks

Ottawa (JTA) — Israel
returned to multilateral
peace talks on Middle East
refugees here after receiving
assurances that the head of
the Palestinian delegation
was no longer a member of a
group affiliated with the
Palestine Liberation Organ-
ization.
The Israeli delegation had
walked out of the talks be-
cause it objected to par-
ticipation by Mohammad
Hallaj, a member of the
Palestine National Council.
"Hallaj is not currently a
member of the PNC," said
Israeli delegation spokes-
woman Ruth Yaron, after
all-night negotiations to
resolve the crisis.
Israeli officials said they
had received written
assurances from the United
States concerning Mr.
Hallaj's current status.
Canadian government
spokesman Rodney Moore
told reporters that Mr.
Hallaj's membership in the
PNC had "lapsed" in 1991.

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