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May 02, 1969 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-05-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

10—Friday, May 2, 1969

`) 0 Conairessmen Sidn Declaration , NY Geriatric Institute Wil 1 Be Built With State Aid
Opposing an Imposed Settlement

44

(Continued from Page 1)
of the territories which Israel now
administers."

The declaration was made public
as reliable sources here said that
the Nixon administration has
agreed to a new 530,000.000 arms
deal with Jordan including the sale
of a second squadron of 18 F-104
jet interceptors. King Hussein of
Jordan has purchased one squad-
ron and obtained an option for a
second three years ago. Deliveries
of the first F-104s have been de-
layed and are not expected to start
until some time this summer. Ob-
servers here said it was doubtful
that the king would be permitted
to exercise his option owing to per-
sistent tension in the Mid East.
However, during his official visit
to Washington earlier this month,
he told the Nixon administration
that he wanted the additional
squadron, and the sale was appar-
ently been approyed in principle.
Details are now being worked out.
the sources said. The administra-
tion also agreed to sell Jordan
other equipment including arm-
ored personnel carriers, communi-
cations equipment and small arms,
but balked at a Jordanian request

for more tanks.
Reliable sources said the Nixon
administration viewed the sales as
primarily a symbolic gesture to
bolster King Hussein's shaky posi-
tion against the rising strength of
Palestinian guerrillas in Jordan
and to satisfy the demands of his
officers' corps for more new wea-

NEW YORK (JTA) — A long- state, officials said. They added
term, low-interest loan of $17,400,- that when the institute is com-
000 has been made by the New i pleted in the late spring of 1971, it
York State Housing Finance will be coordinated with those of
Agency to help build the Jewish the two hospitals. All three are
Institute for Geriatric Care, it was members of the Federation of Jew-
announced by the Home and Hos- ish Philanthropies.
pital of the Daughters of Israel,
which is sponsoring the institute.
The 527-bed facility, to be built
Protect your building with mod-
ern rolling grilles and shutters.
in New Hyde Park, adjacent to
Long Island Jewish Hospital and ▪
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Hillsdale Hospital, is being spon- •
intrusion prevention engineers !
sored under the Nursing HOme •
549-4045
Companies Act and will be the •
death camps. and Jewish resist- I largest geriatric center in the %eseemseoeoesmseeeeeeeee:
ance—and to do so not only for
the purpose of recording the re-1
sults of the slaughter but also to
emphasize the grandeur of the suf-
ferers.
An account not only of death',
but also of gallant resistance to
death, it records not only the tra-
losobeeeridee
gedy but also the nobility of those
Because they have
who managed to retain their
humanity in the midst of madness.
It is a powerful, surging book,
and a singular contribution of the
ongoing task of accumulating data
at
on this incredibly evil moment in
the history of man.

pons. The sources said the admin-
istration believed Israel had no
cause for concern since the air-
craft deliveries have not even be-
gun and Jordanian strength and
technical capabilities are still far
inferior to Israel's. Jordanian pilots
are training at U.S. Air Force
bases.

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Holocaust Volume Published by JPS

The Jewish Publication Society
of America has just published "An
Anthology of Holocaust Litera-
ture," edited by Jacob Glatstein,
Israel Knox and Samuel Mar-
goshes, according to an announce-
ment by Joseph M. First, president '
of the society.

The anthology Is an all-encom-
passing collection of pieces, many
of them never before published in
English, by people who were them-
selves victims and witnesses of
the HoloCaust. It is in many ways
a unique work in that it attempts
for the first time to bring to-
gether in one volume virtually
every aspect of the Holocaust—
Everything that seems to us im-
occupation, actions, selections, life
in the ghettoes, what occurred to perishable tends toward its de-
the children, the concentration and struction.—Marcel Proust.

IRV KATZ

McDonald Ford

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"ALL WE ASK IS THAT YOU FEEL JEWISH. BECAUSE

THEN YOU WILL DO WHAT ONE JEW DOES WHEN

ANOTHER JEW IS IN TROUBLE. YOU WILL HELP."

Moshe Dayan

to the United Jewish Appeal Study Mission
October 18, 1968

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AND YOU RESPONDED!

Thousands of you have already pledged and many hundreds more

will join you before the campaign is completed.

THE 1969 ALLIED JEWISH CAMPAIGN ISRAEL EMERGENCY FUND

WILL ANNOUNCE THE RECORD-BREAKING

EXTENT OF YOUR GENEROSITY AT THE

Entertaining —
Ahuva Zadok and Alfosso

ISRAELI MUSICIANS

VICTORY DINNER

Wednesday, May 7, 1969

Congregation Shaarey Zedek,

27375 Bell Rd., Southfield

Cocktails 6:15 p.m. Dinner 7:00 p.m.

$8.00 per plate

Phone in your reservation — WO 5-3939

Jewish Welfare Federation . . . 163 Madison Avenue . . .Detroit, Michigan. 48226

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