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March 31, 1972 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-03-31

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A

A =SALUTE TO
THE LUBAVITCHER REBBE
FROM DETROIT JEWRY

The Detroit Jewish Community joins

the world over in extending hearty and

sincere wishes to the Lubavitcher Rebbe,

Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson Shlita,

eminent Religious leader of world Jewry

on the occasion of his 70th .birthday.

May the A-mighty grant the venerable

Rabbi, the good health and strength

for the successful continuation of his

leadership and monumental work in

strengthening Judaism . . . a leadership

which is permeated with intense love of

our people and the •land of Israel.

Agudas Yisroel of Detroit

Rabbi Joseph Borenstein,

President

B'nai Brith Youth Organization

Emanuel Mandell,

Regional Director

Detroit Chapter American Society
for Technion

Julius Harwood,

President

District Grand Lodge #6
of B'nai Brith

Sol Moss,

President

Jewish Community Council

Herbert J. Sidlow,

President

Jewish Family and Children's Service

Samuel Lerner,

President

Jewish National Fund of Met. Detroit

David P. Zack,

President

Labor Zionist Alliance Council

Morris Lieberman,

President

Metropolitan Detroit B'nai Brith Council

Louis Segal,

President

Metropolitan Detroit
Chapter of Hadassah

Mrs. Albert Newman,

President

Mizrachi Organization of Detroit

Zvi Tonikiewiez,

Director

The Jewish Educators Council
of Metropolitan Detroit

Sidney Selig,

President

Zionist Revisionist of Detroit

Steven Golden,

President

troit Chapter of American largest industrial enterprises
in Israel.
Technion Society.
Goldberg is concerned with
Among the papers to be
presented is one titled "Is- seeing that Technion's re-
s
e
a r c h and development
rael's Defense Needs and
Civilian Markets" by Avra- facilities are directed to
Israel's
science-based indus-
ham Her moni, scientific
counselor in the embassy of try with maximum effici-
Israel in Washington, D.C. ency.
Prof. Moshe Livneh, head
(detailed program attached).
of the Road Safety Center at
A talk on "The Engineer- Technion, will discuss "Trans-
ing Enterpreneur and His portation of Traffic—An
Flawed Education" will be Israeli View."
presented by Dr. Myron Tri-
The annual Conference on
bus, senior vice president for
research and engineering of Science and Technology is an
established
tradition of the
JERUSALEM ( J T A) — in Uganda numbered about the Xerox Corporation, at the
American Technion Society.
Israel" this week evacuated 70 plus wives and children. concluding luncheon of the
It emphasizes the society's
members of its military mis- The families were the first to conference.
commitment to technological
sions and their families from leave.
Alexander Goldberg,
education and scientific re-
Uganda after President Idi
It was learned that the presid•nt of Technion in
search. Over the years, the
Amin indicated at a press government decided to with- Israel, will greet the lunch-
conference has enabled the
conference that he wanted draw the entire Israeli mili- ion participants at the con-
society to bring together,
them out and implied that tary mission at once although cluding luncheon April 23. under its banner, many dis-
Israeli personnel constituted Amin did not openly demand Dr. Jack E. Goldman, tinguished scientists, indus-
a fifth column in his country. it and was expected to ask senior vice president for trialists, educators and per-
research and development sons in public life, for an
Israel is snot, however, for a gradual withdrawal.
of Xerox Corporation, will annual discussion of develop-
withdrawing its diplomats
The first group of arrivals
and civilian advisers from included Capt. Shraga Tal, be the chairman.
ments in their related fields.
the East African country un- a paratrooper officer who
Goldberg has presided over
Technion, Israel's major
less, requested to do so, it had been training Uganda Technion, Israel's only tech- center of technological educa-
was learned here.
paratrooper units. He told nological university, during tion and research, now has
most important growth an enrollment of 8,000 under-
, The government is said newsmen that the sudden
to be anxious to avoid a turn in Uganda pollcy was years. In 1962, be became graduate and graduate stu-
complete break with .. a surprising and a chsap- chairman of its board of di- dents. It is among the largest
Uganda but recognizes that pointing one." rectors and later succeeded and best known institutes of
Gen. Yaacov Dori as presi- its kind in the world.
teeludeal assistance pro-
grams are based on mutual He said many of the Ugan- dent.
Arrangements for the con-
agreement and cannot con- da officers came to bid the
Before joining Technion, ference are being made by
du if one party wishes Israeli officers farewell. Tal Goldberg, a trained mining the Detroit office of the
added that the Uganda offi- engineer, was managing di- American Technion Society,
them terminated.
cers said little but that it rector of Fertilzers and 23077 Greenfield Road, 559-
Meanwhile, Ugandan stn
dents in Israel have received was evident that they regret- Chemicals, Ltd., one of the 5190.
no instructions to return home ed the break.
and are continuing their Both the captain and his THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, March 31, 1972 23
wife agreed that while the
studies here.
Israeli military personnel atmosphere in Uganda the
last few days h a d not been
unpleasant and that there was
no danger to the Israelis still
Left-Wing, Socialist
there, the feeling among the
Jewish Groups Urge Israelis had been one of un-
ease.
Ban on JDL Action
Amin canceled all arms
NEW YORK (JTA) — A
delegation representing left- orders placed with Israel and
ordered
an immediate halt to
wing groups and Socialist-
Ziceist organizations called several Israeli construction
upon Mayor John V. Lindsay projects in Uganda. He de-
and Police Commissioner nied, however, that his gov-
Patrick' V. Murphy to "use ernment was turning to the
their full powers to end the Arab camp in return for fi-
terrorist activities encour- nancial assistance. Amin
aged by, or committed by the claimed that Uganda's inde-
Jewish Defense League by pendence cannot be bought.
The evacuation was order-
seeing to it that those respon-
sible for such crimes of vio- ed following Amin's remark
lence suffer the full penalty that all Israeli personnel,
male and female, civilian
of the law."
The delegation presented and military was presumed
A recognized leader of world Jewry,
this demand in the form of to have some military train-
a resolution adopted unani- ing and retaining them would
mean
having
a
secret
army
Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, the
mously by 400 people attend-
ing a rally to protest terror- in Uganda.
There are several hun-
Lubavitcher Rebbe Shlita, attains the
ism and the JDL.
The rally was sponsored by dred Israeli civilians in
Uganda
employed
by
pri-
age
of 70 years on Sunday, 11th of
the American Association to
Combat Fascism, Racism and vete companies. There are
Anti-Semitism. The resolu- also four consultants On
Nissan.
tion cited as "terroristic economics, computers, and
crimes" the shooting into the agriculture and a Wavers-
May Hashem grant him many more
Soviet Mission in this city ity lecturer. All were em-
on Oct. 20 and the bombing ployed through the foreign
years of life and good health, "Ad
of the Sol Hurok and Colum- minis' try's international co-
bia Artists Management of- operation division.
bee'as Mosheeach" to continue his
The latest crisis in the in-
fices on Jan. 26.
"It expressed concern creasingly strained relations
world wide campaign for "Chizuk
with the "kid glove treat- between Israel and Uganda
ment" applied to the JDL followed publication by an
Hatorah" in the Diaspora and in the
and contended that the Israeli newspaper of reports
JDL "presents a most seri- from Kampala that Amia
Land of Israel.
had
canceled
a
visit
to
Egypt
ous menace" to the city of
New York, to the Jewish because of opposition at
community and to the "fur- home.
Amin denied the report
therance of world peace
and said it was evidence
and good relations between
that
Israel was carrying out
the United States and the
subversive activities against
Soviet Union
The resolution added that Uganda. He alleged that the
vigorous action by city au- Israel Embassy in Kampala
othorities will help "sweep was the source of the false
the terrorists" and the JDL report. Amin announced that
"into the oblivion it de- he would not renew Uganda's

and the 'Market Place."
- The two-day conference, to
take place at Northland Inn,
will bring together leaders in
science and technology from
the United States and Israel.
The conference chairman is
Julius Harwood, a leading
scientist with the Ford Motor
Co. and president of the De-

The 14th annual Confer-
ence on Science and Tech-
nology, sponsored • by the
American Society for Tech-
nion, Israel Institute of Tech-
nology, to be held here April
22 and 23, will tackle two sub-
jects, "New Transportation
Developments and Their Role
in Israel" and "Technology

Israel Evacuates Military
Personnel From Uganda

-

-

BIRTHDAY
GREETINGS

TO THE

LUBAVITCHER
REBBE

VAAD HORABONINI
OF GREATER DETROIT

serves." agreements with Israel.

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