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March 17, 1972 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-03-17

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Auction to Boost Beth El Buildina Fund

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A
- ESCULAPIAlit. 7 .EPHARMACEU-
TICAL ASSOCIATION will rneet 9
p.m. Monday:4Y, 1Whitehalt,:chib
house. Refreshments' wa belerved
by the ladies -atixiliary.

Liberty in .-itself is tiot

i nent.—Bernard=.M.;,- BarticiL

DONATE - BOOKS-

Planning in--
auction ol-
lugs and scalp-
tine 8:30 p.m.
March 25 at Tem-
ple Beth El are
Dr. Richard C.
Hertz (center),-..
Mr. an d Mrs.
Paul J. Diz ik
(left) and Mr.
and Mrs. Freder-
ick Simon, mem-
bers of the tem-

Any subject;, IsizrtiF,or paper-
backs for.:-:.-13BANDEIS--,71.1rii*--: Pie's art auction
committee: More
Women's..colmm,tfee; for
than 200 original

ANNUAL:SALL-.



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HOUSECLEANING
. SPECIAL!

oils ,- sculpture,
graphics, etch-
ings and - water-,
colors will- be
sold to the high-
est bidder. A
champagne pre-
View at 7:30 pre-
cedes-the main event. The Married Group of Temple Beth El is spon-
soring the auction, with proceeds to go to the temple building fund. Co-
chairman of the event are the Diziks, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Frank, and
the Simon.s. Tickets are available from the Simons, or at the door the
evening of the auction. - -

Dead Sea Waters Cure
Skin Disease, Some Feel

SDOM (ZINS) — Denmark is
Sending organiied groups of pa-
tients suffering from various skin
diseases to take the cure in the
waters of the Dead Sea.
A three-year research project has
established that waters of the Dead
Sea are an effective treatment for
many types of skin diseases, and
the Danish government covers
travel and other costs for those pa-
tients coming to Israel for this
purpose.
However, the Swedish authorities
have not completed their research
establishing the efficacy of the cure
to be obtained from the waters of
the Dead Sea.

Syiian Jews A _ ke Prisoners of State,

Israeli Etivoy Tells UN Rights Unit

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Boron advised, the- Commission on
Human Rights that "the situation
of the Jews in Syria has become
even more grave" in the past year.
"There has been no change what-
soever for the better," he said, and
"a small community of about 4,000
people is being discriminated

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against in the most drastic and
cruel manner for no other reason
but that they are Jews."
Detailing strictures on the acti-
vities and movements of Syrian
Jews, Boron declared that the
regulations "are designed to humil-
iate and supress their defenseless
victims."
He noted that "we are told that
members of other faiths in Syria
also have-their respective religions
indicated on their identity cards,
but the great difference is that the
Jews are not allowed to leave Syria,
whereas the others are free- to
travel.
When a Jew succeeds in es-
caping Syrian territory, Doren
charged, "members of his family
and friends are arrested and
subjected to torture to extract
from them information as to the
ways and means (of escape)."
The property of the escaped Jew
is then confiscated by the govern-
ment, Doren said. -
Noting that Damascus has de-
nied similar charges in the past,
Doron asked: "If thins are so
good there, why is the Syrian go-
vernment so afraid of permitting
the Jews to leave?"
Dorms asserted: "It appears that
Syrian laws- permit anybody living
there to leave the country, except
those who are on a certain list.
- "Ai all the Jews living in Syria
have been placed on that list, the
inference is simple and inescapable:
The whole of the Jewish community
there have thu.s become prisoners
of state."
Concluding his presentation to
the Human Rights Commission,
Doren said: "Unfortunately, all ap-
peals to the- Syrian government to
let their Jewish prisoners go were'
so far in vain. I therefore place
their tragedy before ion."

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13th Annual

KIDDY KOLOR
MUST

STARTS APRIL 11

PEC Records Income

BUY QUAUTY — NOT PRICE!

1 of 101
PASSOVER DELIGHTS.

NEW YORK — PEC Israel Eco-
nomic Corp. reported net operating
income for 1971 of $1,094,404, or
$1.24 per share, compared with
$1,078,535, or $1.22 per share, for
the previous year Net gain from
the sale and disposition of secur-
ities during the year amounted to
$191,678, compared with $59,429 the
previous year. This resulted in net
income of $1,286,082, or $1.46 per
share, up to 13 per cent from
$1,137,964, or $129 per share, in

1970.

A Passover Tradition

Produced under strict Rabbinical supervision. Certificate on request.

SrOOSSIOS••••••09..g."

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, March 17, 1972-43

L.ssesers.,- - .= - s-,

Even in the fast-paced '70s,
Jewish homemakers can still turn
to time-proven kosher-for-Passover
Maxwell House coffee, available
in both instant and regular.

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For Rules & Appointment, Call

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Photography

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Just W. of Northwestern Hwy.
Southfield

352-7030

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