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June 29, 1973 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-06-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 29, 1973 13

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Abyssinia Dismisses Its Israeli Advisers

PARIS (ZINS) — Israeli
officers serving as advisers
to the Abyssinian armed
forces have been dismissed
and returned to Israel, ac-
cording to a report in the
weekly Jeune Afrique.

The periodical notes that
in the last few months 200
Israeli instructors were re-
placed by Pakistani officers.

History is clarified experi-
ence. — J. R. Lowell.

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New Goals Set for 1974 UJA Meet
Growing Needs; Executives' Retreat
Makes Early Analyses to Meet Needs

Special tt Jewish News
NEW YORK — Completing
a four-day meeting of the
United Jewish Appeal execu-
tive committee, held at
Sonest Beach Hotel in Ber-
muda, June 21-24, national
leaders joined in alerting
American Jewry to growing
responsibilities for the corn-
ing year and to the urgency
to increase the fund-raising
goals in the year ahead.
Paul Zuckerman, national
UJA chairman, reviewing
the decisions arrived at dur-
ing the annual UJA retreat
at which the decisions were
reached, called acknowledge-
ment of responsibilities a
"moving testament to the
leadership and understanding
of American Jewry." He de-
clared that the human prob-

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Jerusalem Called Test Ground
for Arab-Jewish Co-Existance

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JERUSALEM (JTA) — Je- tial emigration from the West
SOUTHFIELD
rusalem was depicted Mon- Bank has stopped, Hillel said.
day as a testing ground for
Arab-Jewish relations that
JUST WHAT YOU ALWAYS WANTED
will have a great bearing on
whether I s r a el eventually
FOR YOUR BIRTHDAY:
can co-exist with its Arab
A FREE CAR WASH.
neighbors.
Police Minister Shlomo
Hillel, addressing the Jeru-
salem Economic Club, said
A clean kar
that never before in Israel's
by Jax
history have Jews and Arabs
rides better
lived so closely together and
in such large numbers as in
Jerusalem since the Six-Day
War. "The closest we came
8 convenient locations
is Nazareth, but we didn't
succeed there," he said.
Hillel disclosed that among
the 130 East Jerusalem. Arabs
serving as full members of
the Israeli Police For ce,
there were several officers
who had Israeli policemen
under their command.
The Arab policemen hold
Jordanian citizenship as do
almost all East Jerusalem
Arabs, he said. "I don't ask
them if they like the politi-
cal situation. I presume they
don't," Hillel said.
But when the political situ-
ation is resolved, the day-to-
day relationships that have
developed will provide the
basis for real co-existence,
he added.
Hillel said that new rela-
tions now being worked out
in East Jerusalem will de-
termine "our .ability to live
with Arabs across the
border."
Hillel, the government's un-
official liaison with Jerusa-
lem and West Bank Arabs,
expressed the hope that an
Arab candidate will stand for
election to the Jerusalem
City Council this year.
Hillel said that some 23,000
Arabs have been permitted
Until now, the only way you could get this
to return to the administered
territories and East Jeru-
distinctive Canadian designed suit (We can't
salem since the Six-Day War,
mention the name) was to buy it in Canada. That
most of them under the fam-
ily reunion plan.
sometimes meant smuggling, and a lot of hassle.
For the past three years,
Now we offer this same suit in beautiful downtown
virtually no Arab has emi-
grated from the West Bank,
Warren. No borders to cross. We have a complete
the first time since the Sec-
selection of these famous Toronto tailor-mades.
ond World War that substan-

Agency Gets Federal
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met are far from over and
that the needs for absorption
are growing.
Addresses at the session
were delivered by Herbert
Stein, chairman of President
Nixon's Council of Economic
Advisers; Joint Distribution
Committee Chairman E d -
ward Ginsberg; Nehemiah
Levanon, Israel prime min-
ister's adviser on Russian
affairs; and Dr. Leonard
Fein.

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lems are mounting in the
needs for "rapid and com-
plete absorption of immi-
grants to Israel" and em-
phasized the increasing bur-
dens to be met in welcoming
the large numbers of Jewish
settlers from Russia.
In a key address to the
gathered participants in the
UJA retreat, Israel Am-
bassador to the U. S. Simha
Dinitz admonished the UJA
leaders that the crises to be

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NEW YORK (JTA) — The
Federation Employment and
Guidance Service of New
York has received a federal
contract for repair services
to be performed by handi-
caped FEGS clients, the first
Jewish vocational service
agency to do so, according to
the Jewish Occupational
Council, the national coordi-
nating agency for Jewish vo-
cational service organiza-
tions.

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embarrassing time at the border. Visit Van Dyke in
Warren. You'll find a lot of import goodies not
common in the Detroit area. That's why we're
about a year ahead of Detroit.

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