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November 13, 1970 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-11-13

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3 Arab Heads of State Agree to Merge

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Board of Rabbis Begins Observance of 90th Year

NEW YORK — The New York who serve in major pulpits and
Board of Rabbis will inaugurate Jewish organizational life.
its 90th anniversary year with a
convocation at the Waldorf Astoria
Hotel Dec. 1.
The convocation will feature a
special televised message from
Israel's foreign minister, Abbe
Eban, and an address by Avraham
Harman, president of the Hebrew
The NYBR was founded in 1881
by six rabbis. Today, it is the
world's largest representative rab-
binic body with over 950 Orthodox,
Conservative and Reform rabbis


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Heads of the governments of Sudan, Egypt and they agreed to merge the three nations into one,
Libya—(from left) -Sudanese Premier Maj. Gen. primarily for action against Israel The minute area
Jaafar Numeiry, Egypt's President Anwar el-Sadat of Israel is indicated on the map showing the vast
and Libya's Premier Col. Mommar Khadafy—are territories of these three nations and other Arab
shown here at last week's meeting in Cairo where states.

Temple Bombings in Rochester Spur Plea for U.S. Action

ROCHESTER, N.Y. (JTA)—Po- violence against synagogues and
lice here are continuing their in- churches.
vestigation into the bombing last
Rabbi Bernard E. Berzon, presi-
week of Temple Beth Am. The lent of the council, which repre-
temple, blasted by dynamite, was sents Orthodox rabbis in the Unit-
the third Rochester synagogue ed Stites and Canada, referred to
wrecked in less than two weeks the Rochester bombings and re-
and the ninth building including cent attacks on other synagogues,
two Negro churches, to be bombed churches and public buildings.
in the past four weeks.
He said "It has become increas-
No injuries were reported in ingly obvious that local and state
connection with the latest blast, police and security forces are un-
which damaged every part of the able to bring an end to these acts
one-story cinder-block synagogue, of violence. Only the organized
demolished offices and a kitchen, strength of the federal government
and broke windows in the temple can cope with them. We therefore
and in nearby homes. The police call upon the attorney general to
said the blast was caused by "fuse immediately set into motion an in-
bombs" of considerambly more vestigation of all acts of violence
and to take the necessary steps to
than two sticks of dynamite."
Dr. Joseph Noble, spiritual lead- protect our houses of worship."
er of the Conservative synagogue,
said the Holy Scrolls had not been
damaged, "thankfully."
He attributed the explosion to
"maniacs" who do not represent
the community, adding: "I think
the relation between all groups are
excellent here, but when a society
exists on violence and destruction
it can't long endure."
Temple Beth Am, with a congre-
gation of 70 families, was estab-
lished two years ago. It is situated
in a residential area of Henrietta,
in East Rochester. On Oct. 27,
Temple Beth Sholom and the Light
of Israel Sephardic Center were
blasted within ten minutes of each
The Dunlop
The Rabbinical Council of
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General John Mitchell to estab-
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Rabbi Berzon observed that "We
have too much experience with the
bombings of Nazi Germany and
other events not to be concerned
with the very future of our coun-
try. It is obvious that whoever is
planning these bombings desires to
destroy us and to bring about a
government of repression whether
on the right or on the left."

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