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January 30, 1970 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-01-30

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Naiserization of Libya Exposed in Atlas Article

Israel Mum- on Charge.
S. Africa Selling Arms

TIM DETROIT. JEWISH NEWS
Friday, January 30, 1970-9

JERUSALEM, (JTA) — The Is-
An article in the current issue , of English and Italian in the
Every day I learn, with pains,
have been declared illegal. Photo- raeli Foreign Ministry had no com-
of Atlas magazine declares that
grade schools; and 170 members
ment
on a charge by the Soviet for which I am grateful: Patience
graphs of nudes in foreign maga-
Libya's young revolutionary of-
of . the U.S. Peace Corps have
is
everything.—Rainer Maria Rilke
government
newspaper
Izvestia
zines are ripped out.
ficers who seized power at the
been forced to leave the coun-
that South Africa was shipping
In effect, Libya also "has sworn arms to Israel. The charge alleged
try, Atlas reveals.
beginning of September have car-
ried out a complete Arabization
Foreigners are no longer allowed solidarity with other Arab states that the South African government
campaign which has led to some to work in Libya as business against Israel: they have pro- was planning the export of giant
confusion and approached realiza- agents. Italian and Lebanese oil claimed hatred for foreigners."
INCORPORATED
65-ton tanks to Israel.
The revolutionary council's stand
tion of one of the most cherished workers are permitted to send
I home only 60 per cent of their against 50,000 foreigners has Classified Ads Get Quick Results
goals of Egynt's Nasser.
He once •said that "if we pos- salary, they must spend at least gained the sympathies of the
masses of 2.000,000 natives.
sessed the kingdom of Libya, we 40 percent in Libya.
MARCH 7- IS, 1970
The crackdown has hit out
And it is the youngest revolu-
could wage war on Israel for a

8 NIGHTS IN
against
natives
as
well
as
foreign-
tionary
council in the world.
hundred years."
rtiStry
"The average age of its 10 mem-
He. has Libya now, and on a ers, Libyans caught with whiskey
SUNNY ACAPULCO
in
JedeweL
single day some 200 Egyptian in- go to prison for two months, and bers is 28 years old, and the
structors for Libya's army arrived visitors' whiskey is removed from leader of the putsch. Colonel Mu-
Person
P
at Tripoli's airport, and units of their luggage and destroyed on ammer el Gaddaji, is one of the
Pe er
youngest chiefs of state in the
the Egyptian fleet regularly put the spot.
at the MARRIOTT HOTEL, break-
fast & dinner, airport transfers and
in at Libyan ports—with Russians
The Puritanism also reaches into world," says the article.
air fare Detroit-Acapulco included.
Steadily increasing terrorism
aboard.
show business. Italian and Ger-
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,
Atlas reveals it states that some
Arabic grope their way around JDC's Board Member
refugees, mainly from Poland,
Libya as hel'less as the countless
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are now established on the ship
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blind people in this country or the to the board of directors of the
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illiterates who make up 90 per- Joint Distribution Committee,
ship—in the Port of Copenha- I
cent of the population", says the Louis Broido, chairman, announced:
gen. Others are scattered and
Atlas article.
Tan ilY
ored Clothes
Other communal leaders who
are being further scattered un-
The successful revolutionaries
serve on the national board are
der new pressures growing out
have also banned the teaching
Louis Berry, Max. M. Fisher,
of the Mideast hot-and-cold war.
Judge Theodore Levin, Nate S.
'The Soviet-Arab alliance against
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Sol Drachler, Benjamin H. Frank. tire eastern bloc with the possible
SHIRTS, $4.50 up
Hy Kalus. one of Israel's lead- I Daniel M. Honigman, Mrs. Joseph exception of Rumania," says At-
Thousands of EXQUISITE fabrics to select
las, which each month presents a
ing stage directors, who has di- H. Jackier and Samuel Schiff.
from: Superior Worsteds, Mohairi, Italian
rected many works for the Habi- I The delegates to the recent JDC digest of the world press. "The
Silk, Sharkskins, Terylene Worsted, Tuxe-
annual meeting adopted a budget Jews are persecuted for their al-
ma Theater, will
do Suiting, etc.... also on Display Ready
of $24,100,000 for relief and rehabil- leged Zionist sympathies. The ter-
be guest speaker
Styles, Knits, Beaded Garments, Sweaters,
itation aid to more than 300,000 ror however, is directed against
at the Albert Ein-
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needy Jews in 27 overseas coun- all Jews including those that nei-
stein Lodge and
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of aged and handicapped new- Polish citizenship after crossing
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the frontier."
Shaarey Zedek.
comers to Israel.
at Holiday Inn, Southfield
Brezhnev established his anti-
Sarah Rubine,
The Joint Distribution Committee
26555 Telegraph Rd.
I s r ael' musical
is a beneficiary of the United Semitic position at a conference in
353-7700
comedy star, will
Jewish Appeal and in Detroit funds Czechoslovakia when he screamed
be guest artist.
Duru's International, G.P.O. Box 15832, Hong Kong
are raised by the Allied Jewish I at delegate Kriegel that "as a
Jew,
he
had
to
keep
his
trap
shut."
Kalus is found-
Campaign-Israel Emergency Fund.
er of the Israel
Members of the national council I
Actors Studio.
from Detroit include:
and has directed Kalus
Mrs. Eugene J. Arnfeld, Harry B.
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several Israeli documentary films. Aronow, William Avrunin, Tom Bor-
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Martin E. Citrin, Aubrey H. I
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3 Cities Set Record Goals
for 1970 Campaign Drives

NEW YORK (JTA) — Record
goals for 1970 regular and Israel
Emergency Fund campaigns have
been announced by federations in
three major cities—Cleveland, Bal-
timore and Milwaukee.
Greater Cleveland's Jewish Wel-
fare Fund appeal will seek $8,000,-
000, the highest goal in its history,
according to Max M. Axelrod, gen-
eral campaign chairman. Last
year, a record $7,150,000 was
pledged in the drive. The 1970 goal
does not include the Israel Emer-
gency Fund campaign for which a
simultaneous effort will be con-
ducted.
The continuing war against Is-
rael, spiraling local costs and
persecutions of Jews in many coun-
tries were cited in explanation of
a record goal for the Associated
Jewish Charities and Welfare. Fund
and the Israel Emergency Fund
in Baltimore. Henry G. Burke and
Sidney Lansburgh, Jr., co-chair-
man, said a minimum goal for
1970 for the regular campaign has
been set at $4,294,600, which is
$474,000 more than last year.
The Milwaukee Jewish. Federa-
tion announced a record total goal
of $4,300,000 for the two 1970 cam-
paigns. Albert M. Adelman, Fed-
eration president, said half would
be sought for the regular campaign
and the other in the Israel Emer-
gency Fund drive. He said the
1970 goal was nearly $500,000 more
than the $3,280,000 raised in the
1969 campaign.

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Isaac Litwak. Malcolm S. Lowenstein.
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sian. Mrs. Max Stollman, Mrs. Morris L.
Scheyer.
Harry Schumer. Max M. Shaye, Abe
Shiffman, Sidney M. Shevitz. Bert L.
Smokier, George M. Stutz, Louis Ta-
bashnik, Harold S. Victor. Jack J.
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Nahal Villages Will Stay
Part of Israel, Allon Says

TEL AVIV (JTA)—Deputy Pre-
mier Yigal Allon told a rally of
pioneer labor youth here that
wherever they establish settle-
ments, that territory will be part
of Israel. "The land belongs to the
people who live on it," Allon de-
clared.
The young people are members
of Nahal, a paramilitary group that
has already established settlements
in the Golan Heights and'the Sinai
peninsula. As they reach induction
age, they join Israel's regular
armed services.
Alton said Nahal settlements
were important because they would
block the enemy's advance in the
event of a new war.

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—Cervantes

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