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May 02, 1969 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-05-02

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Pan-American Zion is
' t Conference
May 29 to June 1 in Miami Beach

USSR Embassy Rejects
Petitions of Protest

Representatives of the Washing-
NEW YORK — More than 300 Yiddish, English and Spanish.
delegates from North and South Each delegate will receive a ton Committee for Soviet Jewry,
sponsors
of a public meeting held
America will participate in the transistor which will enable him
first Pan-American -Zionist Con- to choose the language in which on April 19, presented a set of
"non-negotiable demands" to Soviet
ference May 29-June 1, at Deau- he is most fluent.
attache, Ikar Zavrazhnov, at a
ville Hotel, Miami Beach, Dr. I
meeting at the embassy of the
Dr.
Neumann,
chairman
of
the
Emanuel Neumann, president of
USSR.
the World Union of General Zion- Jewish Agency, American section
Zavrazhnov refused to accept
ists, and Jacques Torczyner, presi- said the purpose of this first Pan
American
Zionist
Conference
is
to
the petition, in the name of the
d e n t, Zionist Organization of
strengthen ties among Genera 1 USSR, and defended the Soviet
America, announced.
Attended by a contingent of 150 Zionist groups in the Western treatment of her Jewish minority.
In an exchange that was polite,
leaders of the Zionist Organization Hemisphere and to plan projects
but firm, the delegation pointed out
of America as well as about 200 of common interest.
from General Zionist organizations! The South American delegation examples of Soviet maltreatment
and groups, the conference dele- will comprise: Brazil, 25 dele- of the Jews, and noted that the re-
gates will be able to follow the gates; Argentina, 65; Chile, 40; sulting public disapproval, by Am-
proceedings translated simul- Uruguay, 25; Colombia, 10; Mex- ericans of all faiths, leads to wor-
taneousiy into three languages: s1 co, 15; and Peru 10. They repre- sening relations betwen the people
ent 750,000 Jews living in South of the U.S. and USSR.
America. The approximate Jewish
Lebanon Wants to Share population is: Brazil 35,000; Ar-
Responsibility for Terror gentina 450,000; Chile 35,000; Uru-
LONDON (JTA7—The financial guay 35,000; Colombia, 12,000;
times reported from Beirut Tues- Mexico, 40,000; Peru 10,000; and
day that Lebanon was seeking an others. 143,000.
emergency meeting of the Arab
Working with Dr. Neumann and
for a lifetime of proud possession
League to work out a unified Torczyner in planning the conclave
policy toward Palestinian guer- are Jacob Leszcz of Montevideo,
rillas.
president, Latin American Confed-
The Times attributed its in- eration of General Zionists.
formation to informed sources who
The organizing committee of the
said Lebanon aimed at having the
other 14 member states of the Pan-American Conference is com-
OMEGA WATCHES CARRY A
prised
of representatives from the
ONE YEAR GUARANTEE
league share responsibility for
HONORED IN 156 COUNTRIES
Zionist
Organization
of
America.
guerrilla activities so that Lebanon
need not bear the burden alone. Latin American Confederation of
The Lebanese government fell last General Zionists and the head
Certified Master Watchmaker
week after three days of bloody office of the World Union of Gen-
and Jeweler
eral Zionists.
rioting by students and Palestinian
TECHNICAL CENTER FOR
refugees who demanded closer
OMEGA
&
TISSOT WATCHES
The worst reconciliation is per-
cooperation with the guerrillas.
HARVARD ROW MALL
Reliable semi-official reports ferable to the best divorce. —
11 MILE i LAHSER
353-3146
said fighting broke out Wednes- Cervantes.
day between Lebanese army
troops and Palestinian guerrillas
only six miles from the Lebanon-
Israel frontier. The guerrillas were
reportedly trying to set up bases
in southeast Lebanon near the
Syrian and Israeli borders.

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,

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Philly Rabbinical College Starts Israel Study Tour

PHILADELPHIA (JTA) — The that a number of candidates for
Reconstructionist Rabbinical Col- admission were found to be weak
lege has announced an agreement in the language.
with the Hayim Greenberg Insti-
tute in Jerusalem through which
its student rabbis will be able to
spend a year in Hebrew studies in
Israel. The college also announced
an internship teaching program in
SEE MURRY KOBLIN
cooperation with Congregation Beth
FOR ADS WITH
Sholom, a Conservative synagogue,
to encourage its student rabbis to
enter Jewish education on a full-
time professional basis.
The agreement with the Hayim
Greenberg Institute stemmed from
a college requirement that its stu-
dents be thoroughly competent in
biblical Hebrew and the finding

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