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May 04, 1973 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-05-04

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Golda Meld Trial Defendant

Happy Birthda

Pleads Guilty

NY Urged to Provide 8—Friday, May 4, 1973
More Free Textbooks

TEL AVIV (JTA) Yehez-
kel Cohen, one of the third
group of defendants on trial
in Haifa for membership in
a Syrian-directed Arab-Jew-
ish spy ring, changed his
plea from not guilty to guilty.
His Jewish' co-defendant,
David Kupfer, and two of the
Arab defendants pleaded
guilty after the court drop-
ped the major charge against
them — aiding the enemy in
its war on Israel. The four
remaining defendants, all
Arabs, are standing by their
not-guilty pleas.
12 young people were ar-
rested April 25 in an un-
authorized demonstration by
several dozen members of
lestist groups near the Haifa
district court.

NEW YORK (JTA) — A
statewide campaign has been
launched in New York by
the commission on legisla-
tion and civic action of Agu-
dath Israel of America for
the passage of a bill to pro-
vide free textbooks from the
state government for yashi-
vet and all nonpublic schools
from kindergarten through
the 6th grade.
Rabbi Moshe Sherer, exec-
utive president of the organi-
zation recalled the passage
of legislation providing text-
books to nonpublic schools
from the 7th through the 12th
grades and that after this
law was contested in the
courts, the U.S. Supreme
Court upheld its constitution-
ality.

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Jewish communities everywhere congratulate
Israel Prime Minister Golda Meir who celebrated
her 75th birthday yesterday.

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In a message marking Is-
rael's anniversary, Premier
Golda Meir stressed her na-
tion's quest for peace and
said "We have left no stone
unturned in our constant
pursuit of it."
The Premier said "Though
we have had to accept the
reality of no peace, we per-
sist in the faith that peace
will one day come because
it is also a fundamental need
of all the peoples in our
area."
She said that the day would
arrive "once the option of
war is eliminated and the
realization that Israel is home
for good is accepted." She
said the Israel on its 25th
anniversary "again stretches

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out the hand of peace to its
neighbors. We call upon them
to join us as equals at the
negotiating table, the only
place where true reconcilia-
tion is ever possible." She
said "We make no prior con-
ditions to them just as we
expect them to make none
to us."

Mrs. Meir said that "social
and cultural integration will
continue to be a major ef-
fort of Israel. We hope to
create a society where every
social gap, subjective and
objective, has been closed
and where all individuals en-
joy equal opportunities in
education and in conditions
of living."

Cultural Calendar

of Events in Detroit Jewish Community

Week of May 4-10

May 4-8:30 p.m.—Temple Beth El Hebrew Music Festival,
featuring John Dovaras Singers and Temple Choir.
Reception honoring Jason Tickton. Free.

5-13—Israel Week Festivities and Trade Fair at Jewish
Center. See Story Page 13).

6-3:30 p.m. — Center Symphony Concert at Jewish
Center. Mischa Kottler, soloist. Tickets. DI 1-4200.

—7 p.m. — Young Israel-Mizrachi Memorial Service
and 25th Israel Anniversary Dinner at Young Israel
of Oak-Woods. Admission. 398-1177.

—8 p.m. — Shaarey Zedek-Temple Israel 25th Anni-
versary Concert at Shaarey Zedek, featuring Can-
tors Jacob Barkin and Harold Orbach and soprano
Elizabeth Cole; John Dovaras Singers and Sinfoni-
etta. Free tickets, 357-5544.

—8:15 p.m. — Americans for Progressive Israel-Has-
homer Hatzair Lecture at Oak Park Community
Center. Bunim Shamir: "The Struggle for a Progres-
sive Israel." Free. 864-8035.

7-8:30 p.m. — "LeHayim Israel" 25th Anniversary
Party sponsored by Zionist Organization of Detroit.
at Zionist Cultural Center. Free.

9-8 p.m. — Closing Victory Meeting of Allied Jewish
Campaign at Jewish Center. Irving Bernstein,
speaker. WO 5-3939.

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