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October 29, 1971 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-10-29

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Friday: October 29,1971—.11 Don't Neglect Surnval,

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PARIS (JTA)—Dr. Nahum Gold-
mann, -president of the World Jew-
ish Congress, 'expressed regret
that Jewish organizations concen-
trate "almost exclusively on cur-




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Ave., Miami Beach

Goldmann Warns Jews

rent affairs, neglecting the funda-
mental issue on which the con-
tinuation of Judaism depends.
Dr. Goldmann, who addressed
a closed meeting of the WJC's gov-
erning council, said that current
issues, dramatic and tragic as
they might be, such as Soviet
Jewry and the fate of Jews in
Arab states, should not obscure
the dangers of "assimilation, inte-
gration and disintegration" in the
Western world.
Another fundamental issue which
Judaism will have to cope with
is its relationship with the East-
ern bloc and the Afro-Asian coun-
tries, Dr. Goldman stated.

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Anti-JeWish Words
in UN, Anti-Soviet
Attack Deplored

NEW YORY (JTA)—The National
Jewish Community Relations Ad-
visory Council denounced the anti-
Jewish and anti-American attacks
by Soviet and Arab delegates in
the United Nations last week.
It condemned at the same time
the sniper attack on the Soviet
UN Mission in New York which it
said was the "springboard" for
the outbursts by the Soviet ambas-
sador to the UN, Yakov Malik, and
Jamil M. Baroody of Saudi Arabia.
The NCRAC, a coorGinating
body of nine major national Jew-
ish organizations and 91 local
Jewish councils, assailed the "en-
couragement" given to the per-
son who allegedly fired into the
Soviet Mission "by those who
would covertly condone violence
while publicly attempting to dis-
sociate themselves from it." The
reference was obviously to the
Jewish Defense League though
the NCRAC statement mentioned
no names.

Isaac M. Jaroslowicz, a JDL
member released last Friday on
$25,000 bail, is charged with having
illegally obtained the rifle said to
have been used in the shooting
but has not been accused of firing
A hearing is scheduled Nov. 10.
The gun was found in an air shaft
in Hunter College, near the apart-
ment building that houses the
Soviet Mission. The sniper was be-
lived to have fired from the roof.
Jaroslawicz, 18, was described as
a rabbinical student at Yeshiva
University. He could face a five-
year prison term and $5,000 fine

if convicted.
Federal District

Attorney Robert
A. Morse said Jaroslawicz was
found guilty Sept. 13 of criminal
trespass in an incident at the office
of the New York Board of Rabbis.

Smallest of Quints
Dies; Others Well

lest of the quintuplets born to Mrs.
Hadassah Berman here last Fri-
day died Wednesday.
Doctors at Hadassah Hospital
said the infant, a boy, weighed less
than two pounds at birth. The other
babies, three girls and a boy, were
reported doing well.
A legal problem had been created
by the multiple birth. The problem
stemmed from the lack of any pro-
visions in the Natienal Insurance
Law for quintuplets. It was de-
cided, however, that their mother,
23-year-old Mrs. Hadassah Ber-
man, would receive one grant for
twins and another for triplets.
The infants weighed from one
pound eight ounces to two pounds
14 ounces at their delivery by
Caesarean section in the seventh
month pregnancy.
Mrs. Berman had been taking
fertility pills which were said to
have accounted for the multiple
births. Her husband, Yitzhak Ber-

man, owns a shop that manu-
factures flags and pennants.
Asked if he could support his
instant fomily of five, Berman re-
plied, "Don't worry, I won't stage
a sit-down strike at the welfare

General Strike Fails

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Attempts
failed to impose a general strike
in Gaza and nearby refugee camps
to protest the deaths of two Arab
girls and four terrorists in a gre-
nade-throwing melee at the Jaba-
liya camp Oct. 22.
The girls were killed when the

terrorists tried to break out of an
Isra - - .op cordon by throwing
gren2 - ^ all directions. Four
of thec gunned down. There
were no -raeli casualties.
Funerai services were held -
the victims without incident

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