THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
22—Friday, March 3, 1972
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Anthology of Yiddish
Songs Just Published
A new anthology of Yiddish
songs entitled "Mir Trogn a
Gezang" has just been published
by the education department of
the Workmen's Circle.
Researched and edited by Jew-
ish folklorist and musicologist, El-
eanor Gordon Mlotek, the book con-
tains the words and music of 100
Yiddish songs reflecting Jewish life
in Eastern Europe and America.
The book is available at $5 plus
50c postal and handling from the
education department, Workmen's
Circle, 175 E. Broadway, New
York, N. Y. 10002.
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JERUSALEM (JTA) — Israel's a "cause of great concern."
once friendly relations with Ugan- According to the reports, Presi-
da were further strained Wednes- dent Amin summoned the Israel
day following a report from Kam- ambassador, Daniel Laor, and
pala that president Idi Amin Has warned him that Uganda would
accused Israelis of trying to top- sever its relations with Israel if
ple his , regime.
its alleged activities continued.
The charge, which' according to The - Ugandan charged Israeli na-
a Reuters dispatch, emanated from tionals in Kampala distrthuted leaf-
the presidential palace in the lets calling for the return of de-
Ugandan capital, was described by posed President Milton Grote, -now
a foreign ministry spokesman here in exile in Tanzania. Grote pre-
Wednesday night as "grave" and viously accused Israel of having
helped Amin overthrow him.
Ambassador Laor denied the
charges; according to a foreign
ministry spokesman, and han been
instructed to find out what lies
NEW YORK (JTA) — Holding behind them.
Saturday elections for the board
Sources here said the Accusa-
members of the city's 26 anti-
tions against Israel were trumped
poverty agencies would be "bla-
up. They seemed intended to
tantly discriminatory" to Jews in
escalate the rift that developed
the areas of those community cor-
with Uganda after President
porations, the Anti-Defamation
Amin's recent visit to Tripoli,
League of Bnai Brith charged.
where he got promises of sub-
ADL Urges Ban,
on Sabbath Vote
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Amin and Kadaffi issued a joint
communique demanding that Is-
rael withdraw from all occupied
Arab territories and restore the
rights of the Palestinian people.
The statement jolted Lsrieli lead-
ers in view of the hitherto friend-
ly relations with Uganda, the ex-
tensive Israeli technical assistance
to that country and the large num-
ber of Ugandans studying here on
President Amin visited Israel
only recently. The presidential
plane is of Israel manufacture.
Uganda's "clarification" of the
Amin-Kadaffl communique w a s
WASHINGTON (JTA) — Sen.
Margaret Chase Smith (R., Me.)
has complained to the New York
Times against the use of her name
in an anti-Israel advertisement
placed in the Times last week by
Alfred M. Lilienthal.
An aide to Sen. Smith told the
JTA that she was not given prior
notice that her name would appear-
nor did she give concent for the
use of her name.
Sen. Smith was one of 14 sena-
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tors cited by Lilienthal for "cour-
age and foresight" in voting
.against the Jackson amendment
to last year's military sales act
providing $500,000;000 in military
credits for Israel.
The aide said her vote against
the Jackson amendment was a
vote on procedure, not on the issue
of aid to -IsraeL Sen. Smith has
always voted fore ld to Israel, he
said. - -
Michigan Senator Philip Hart,
Whose name also appeared in the
Lilienthal ad, earlier repudiated
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Israelis Express- Concern
at Uganda's Accusations
The ADL proposed to the city
council an amendment asserting
that "the holding of elections on
days of worship is unfair to those
citizens who observe such days
of worship in that they are unable
to participate fully in the election
process on an equal basis unless
they violate their religious pre-
The propoied amendment would
provide for a fine of up to $100 or
imprisonment up to 10 days or a
combination of both on conviction
TEL AVIV (JTA).. — Pierre canters, TboRMAilitiiiri'amtigitied
Burghalter, a 68-year-old French- M rekplOsivetk whiehlfhAgbla were .-
man sentenced to four years inr - to plant in .Tel - Airiw Ind ::other
prisonment last year for bringing cities.
explosives into Israel for the pur-
pose of sabotage was pardoned
His wife, Edith, who was sen-
tenced to eight years' imprison-
ment for her larger role in the
affair, remains in jail. She is
serving her term at the Neveb
Tirtza women's prison. Burghalter
was pardoned with the consent of
the chief of staff and was released
Monday to return to France.
The Burghalter couple and three
foreign girls were recruited by
Arab terrorists to carry out acts
of sabotage in Israeli civilian
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The League asked the city
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