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November 13, 1970 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-11-13

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3S—Erifizy, Plevember 13, 1970

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

JWV Activities

Mrs. Jean Friedman, president
of the Department of Michigan,
Ladies Auxiliary, Jewish War Vet-
erans, announces that 1971 "Sports
Unlimited" books and a Hanuka
boutique showcase are available
to all auxiliaries and the general
public. For information, call Dor-
othy Goldberg, UN 2-6610.

JWV Urges Action
for Disabled Veterans

• Local Jewish war veterans are
urging the public to write Presi-
dent Nixon on behalf of hospitaliz-
ed Vietnam veterans who require
costly medical personnel and equip-
ment, yet whose rebabiliation is
jeopardized by adminis tr a tion
spending cuts.
In an appeal to fellow veterans.
Bale Post pointed out that there
are 289,000 Vietnam wounded, in-
cluding amputees and paraplegics,
many of whom will remain hospi-
talized for the rest of their lives.
The equjpment and personnel
they' require. would have been
covered in a 1184,000,000 Veter-
ans' Administration allocation..
However, "In response to the ad-
ministration call to cut spend-
lug, the VA cut out this entire
amount with the stroke of the
pen.
"Both houses of Congress passed
legislation forcing the VA to spend
at least $105,000,000 for the pur-
poses mentioned above. The Presi-
dent vetoed this act of Congress,
and for several months there has
been no further action . . . Will
you help override this presidential
veto?"
The appeal concluded, "This has
nothing to do with your feelings
about the Vietnam War—pro and
con. This only has to do with your
feeling for suffering humanity and
your sentiment on justice."

Hits Airing of Views
by Leila Khaled on CBS

WASHINGTON, D.C.—The Jew-
ish War Veterans in a letter to
the Columbia Broadcasting Sys-
tem protested its permitting Leila
Khaled to "justify her criminal
behavior with distortions and lies"
on its nationally telecast "Sixty
Minutes" program.
"At the very least," wrote Na-
tional Commander Albert Schloss-
berg, "CBS should have granted
equal time on the same program
for w refutation and solid fact."
Miss Khaled participated In the
successful hijacking of a TWA
jet to Damascus in September,
1901 and in an abortive attempt
to hijack an El Al jet over
Britain Sept. 6.
In an interview, taped at head-
quarters of the Popular Front for
the Liberation of Palestine in
Beirut, she claimed that the wave
of hijackings in September, which
made some 300 airline passengers
and crew members hostages of
Palestinian terrorists, was intend-
ed to forestall the Jarring peace
talks.
She claimed that in that respect
the hijackings were successful even
though her own attempt to take
over an Israeli plane was foiled.
Miss Khaled, who appeared in
uniform and spoke heavily accent-
ed English, denounced U. S. aid
to Israel and referred to that coun-
try as "the 52nd state."
Schlossberg said in his letter,
"To permit Khaled to perform her
historionics on free air time was
to mock an agonized world's hor-
rified reaction to the deadly antics
of a gang of hoodlums dedicated
to continuous bloodshed in the Mid-
dle East."

Tour Unit Plants Grove

JERUSALEM — A 1,000-tree
grove, sponsored by the Israel
SKAL organization, comprising all
groups, connected with tourism,
was planted by the Jewish Na-
tional Fund near the Kennedy
Memorial outside Jerusalem.
The grove honors the memory
of Florimond Volckaert, founder
and first president of the Inter-
national SKAL organization.

HAL
GORDON
MUSIC

Some 150 packages idled with
food and comfort Items for GIs
in Vietnam were assembled by the
Ladies Auxiliary of Michigan's
Jewish War Veterans, under the
direction of chairman Ann Rubin,
Wednesday evening at JWV head-
quarters-
In time for the Christmas holi- Classified Ads Get Quick Results
doys, the 7-8 pound boxes include
GOT YOUR WEDDING DATE?
such goodies as jams, candies,
COME IN, CHECK OUR PRICES
fruits, canned meats, powdered
BIG BANOS or
drinks and sweeteners, tuna fish,
pens, socks, soap, tooth brushes
SMALL COMBOS
and other items to brighten the
642-5520
day for a soldier.
352-8930
The Vietnam packaging program
is an ongoing project for JWVA
Funds are raised and materials
donated year-round. The greatest
shortage is the names of boys in
Vietnam who would like a package.
Members are appealing to the pub-
lic to supply names and addresses
30810 Southfield Rd. at 13 Mile Rd.
and let JWVA do the rest. The
JWV office number is 255-4743.
is pleased to announce that
Mrs. Harry L. Friedman is
JWVA president.

For All
Occasions

Country Corner Barber Shop

MIKE NOVETSKY

has joined their staff






Leo Goldberg
Mike Novetsky
Leon Popowski
Dave Burdowski

• Rose Lover,
Manicurist
• Mr. Brown, Porter

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AESCULAPIAN PHARMACEU
TICAL ASSOCIATION will meet 9
p.m. Monday at the Whitehall
Apartments club house. Prospec-
tive members are welcome.
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BALE POST will meet 6 p.m.
Nov. 24 at the Rascal House for
cocktails, dinner and a general
meeting with entertainment. The
evening will pay tribute to the 30
life members of Bale Post. The
post has raised over $500 for the
Beersheba Soldiers' House in Is-
rael, and will present a check for
the amount to the war veterans of
Israel March 15 at the diamond
jubilee banquet in New York. The
national organization has pledged
9250,000 for the Beersheba house
by that date. Bale Post and Auxili-
ary will hold a party at the Ann
Arbor Veterans Hospital Nov. 22,
bringing refreshments, gifts and
entertainment to the patients.
• • •
• •
SOL YETZ-MORRIS COHEN
POST and AUXILIARY will meet
8:30 p.m. Monday at the JWV
headquarters. Hostesses will be
Shirley Selick and Sarah Kamin-
sky. Final ,plans have been made
for the combined post and auxil-
iary paid-up membership brunch
to be held Dec. 13 at Northwood
Inn. Phil Shapiro, vice command-
er, and Ireve Levin, vice president,
are chairmen.
• • •
BALE AUXILIARY will meet
8:30 p.m. Wednesday at JWV
headquarters. Guest speaker at-
torney Ronald Karp will discuss
the legal protection that should be
taken for survivors of the deceased.
Husbands and prospective mem-
bers are welcome. Refreshments
will be served.

JWVA Seeks
GIs to Receive
Gift Packages

Address

My check is enclosed.

(Dues for couple $5. Single $4. Aditioriol mernbert -of family; $2 eochi

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