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October 15, 1971 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-10-15

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18—Friday, October 1S, 1971

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Kollek Issues Protest
Over Appointment of
New Religious Council

Danes Destroy. Nazi Park,; Monument

COPENHAGEN (JTA) —A com-
munique issued by "former World
War - II resistance fighters" claim-
JERUSALEM (JTA•-----A South AfricariUnited Israel Appeal study
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Mayor ed credit for blowing Up a _Nazi
African Jewish leader has ex- mission now in Israel, told - the Teddy Kollek has protested to Jus- memorial
monument in .a. park in
pressed the hope here That "good Jewish Telegraphic Agency , that tice Minister Yaacov Shimshon
relations" between Israel and the the gift had been "quite unnec- Shapiro over what the , mayor the town of Als in Jutland._ -
Republic of South Africa will soon essary."
called• the appointment without
be resumed.
He said that South African proper procedure_of a new reli- Mrs. Abzug: Military Aid
The South African government Jewry had felt very hurt by it and gious council here by Dr. Zerach
recently lifted the ban on the regarded it as an indiscretion on. Warhaftig, minister for religous to "fsrael Differs From
transfer of funds it imposed-after
Assistance to VIetnam
the part of the Israel government. affairs.
the Israel government had made
Religious councils are responsi-
NEW YORK (JTA) -- Congress-
a gift, through the United Na-
ble
for
the
purveying
of
Jewish
re-
woman Bella Abzug (D.,. N.Y.)
tions, of about $2,800 ,.to the Mayor_ Jaabari Angered
ligious services to their local popu- said here that military help for
Organization of African Unity. by Requisition of Land
lations.
Israel is totally different from
The South African government,
JERUSALEM (JTA) -- Sheikh
The councils are appointed by
which regards the OAU as an or- Mohammed Ali Jaabari, mayor of. the religious affairs minister, but military aid to Vietnam. •
Helping Israel means-aiding that
ganization advocating terrorism Hebron, has lodged a formal pro- should reflect the wishes of the
against the republic's apartheid test with the West Bank military religious segment of each town or nation to stand on its own, whereas
involvement
in Vietnam is that of
policy, had publicly denounced the governor over the requisition of 80 city, and the final appointments
Israel gift.
acres of land in the Hebron area normally are made after consulta- "a foreign country interfering with
a nation searching for its own di-
Boetie Kessel, leader of a South last week, ostensibly for security tion with the municipal councils.
reasons.
Kollek charged that the muni- rection," Mrs Abzug said. •
WE CARE FIR YIUR CAR
cipal council here had not been
The Arab leader claimed that
A leader of the National Wo-
the land was taken over in order consulted on. the appointment of men's Political Caucus, Mrs.
to expand the Jewish settlement of this city's religious council and Abzug made these remarks on the
w a, in
Kiryat Arba on the outskirts of that the religions sector had not radio program,
"Washington
Hebron. - -
been properly heard.
Scene," produced 7y the Ameri-
Official Israeli- sources said
The choosing of a religious coun- can Jewish Committee. Hyman
Sal, • Ser-icr
cil is the first stage toward the Bookbinder, Washington repre-
that the land was part of the 750
on ell nloel
acres set aside two years ago as election of a new chief rabbinate, sentative of the AJC, asked the
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Jewish settlement would be built tors appointed. by the religious support of Israel to the New Left
while Arab farmers continued to councils (two-thirds of the panel) youth among whom she had credi-
and by the municipal councils.
use the balance of the land.
bility but who are largely opposed
The officials said the owners of
to Israel.
the land, including relatives of the Finds in Judea ProVe
Mrs. Abzug said she explained
mayor, were adequately compen-
her support in terms of helping
Was, Jewish Life There
sated.
a democratic 'nation, which is the
According to sotirces-in the mil- After the 7th Century
homeland of the Jewish people,
itary governor's office, only 1.5
to survive.
acres were actually taken over • JERUSALEM (JTA)—The ruins
9th Century synagogue it
She said that during her recent
and the rest can be used in part by of-
Khirbet
Sussia,
about
20-
miles
visit to Israel she we's amazed at
the owners.
So far 250 dwelling units have southeast of Hebron, was cited as the interchange ,between Arabs and
been completed at Karyat Arba evidence that Jewish settlements Jews in the Israeli-administered
and 40 Jewish families have moved in the Judea region continued - well territories..
.after the Moslem conquest in- the
in.
7th Century.'
This and other recent archeologi- Trade Mission Organized
Campus Sukka Damaged . cal
finds were described at- the
>—an Annual Occurrence convention of the Israel Explora- to E.- Africa Countries
JERUSALEM (JTA) — The for-
tion
Society held here. -
ONE CENT SALE I f I
NEW YORK (JTA)—A sukka . '
'Prof. Shmarhyu Guttman said eign trade staff of the ministry of
BUY ONE AT
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and' industry is organiz-
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in the Bronx, one of the colleges the remnants, found at Stissia. were ing-an Israeli
trade mission to visit
AND NEXT ONE
in the City University system, - was part of a once-large synagogue that three-- East African
FOR ONE CENT
countries, a
set afire, damaged and defaced by seems to have been used until ministry --spokesman
1 • .„4 0., NATURAL VITAMINS
announced.,
the
9th
Century.
.
unknown vandals. The sukka was
vosmi•
ORGANIC FOODS
Two Hebrew inscriptions were - 'He said the mission, -to leave
built on the college campus by the
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The college undergraduate news-
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exporters, importers and represen-
paper , "Meridian" quoted Billet- names of _the:donors. .
Prof. Avraham When, .director tatives of planning and contracting
President Steve Rosen as report-
firms
in IsreeL
of
the
government's
departinent-of
ing that "during Oct. 5, the second
day of Sukkot, someone tried and antiquities, reborted that a nitni
failed to overturn the sukka. The ber of seven-branched oil lamps
vandal or vandals then set the suk- dating from :the- 18th Century. BCE
ka on fire and painted • a swastika have been unearthed• near Bed
on a poster attached to the struc- Shernesh in the Jerusalem foothills.
He said they were lelieved to have
• Selected fine jewelry
ture."
and Diamonds
Rosen said that the vandalism been used for ritual purposes, in-
Large Selection of
is not unique, asserting -that dicating that ..the site 'may have
Fine Opal Jewelry
every year it's the same thing."_ been a Canaanite sanctuary.
Another fmd was a burial cave
Watch and Jewelry Repair
College officials insisted that the datin4
from
incident was not motivated by anti - ond_ Temple: -the period of the Sec- -
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Semitism.

S. Africa Lifts Ban on Funds. to Israel

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OLDSMOBILE INC.

The dynamite blast cOmpletely
demolished a monument to the
"victims of the-fight against Com-
munism" recently erected in the
park by- followers a Pout. Som-
mer, a Dane who served -the Nazis
during the occupation of. Denmark
and subsequently served a 20-year
prison term for collaboration.
The monument and the park
where Sommer's followers gath-
erhom
n
ati as aroused nationwide indig-

The monument was' attacked by
enraged citizens soon after it was
erected. The inscription' was paint-
- e dover
me c.mmunique of the resist-

ance fighters said, 'We are against
using force, but against the Nazis
we shall use all means because the
Nazis bear such a huge responsi-
bility that there is no way to suffer
such insolence and outrage in Den-
li: ' o
th
mark
apto_a
mem
in _foPe
riai nbagen reported
to the Danish
anti-Nazi underground in Esberjrg
was found defaced by swastikas.
They believe it was an act of re-
taliation by the Nazis.

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NEW YORK (JTA)--On the oc-
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chairman of -A the: Israel Bond Or-
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was attended by Prime Minister
Golda Meir, Finance Minister Pin-
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In a message for Jews abroad,
Israel's first prime minister called
for greater response than ever be-
fore to the Israel Bond campaign,
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In September 1950, Ben-Gurion
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