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July 20, 1973 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-07-20

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Zim Montreal Liner
on Maiden Voyage

Israel Army Service to Be Cut

JERUSALEM (JTA) — Army service for men here will
be cut from 36 to 33 months next year. Defense Minister
Moshe Dayan urged the Cabinet to take this action and his
view was unanimously accepted.
All enlisted men serving as of April 1, 1974 will be
released after 33 months service. Women will continue to
serve two years.
Army service for men had been increased from 30 to 36
months early in 1968. Dayan said six months ago it was
then impossible to cut service.

The C/S Montreal, fifth in
the projected six-ship fleet
of Zim Container Service has
been put into scheduled serv-
ice by the shipping line. Like
her four sister ships, the
modern, high-speed cellular
cargoliner will call at every
port along the company's
three-continent route—which
extends from Haifa to Hong
Kong. Frequency on this, one
of the world's most far-
r ea c h i n g containership
routes, is presently a call at
each port every three weeks. JERUSALEM (JTA)—The
According to Mordehai departure from Israel in the
Chovers, president of Zim last six months of 15 fam-
Container Service U.S.A., ilies and two individuals-
this will be stepped up to 51 persons in all — who had
once every two weeks when been living in the immigrant
the sixth vessel joins the development town of Car-
fleet, an event scheduled for miel in Upper Galilee, raised
a storm in the Knesset.
)ctober 1973.
Absorption Minister Natan
Peled said the rate of de-
fections was not above nor-
FOR PARTIES
mal and claimed that reports
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WASHINGTON—U.S. Rep.
Mario Biaggi accused the
Arab states of using oil to
force the United States to
abandon its support of Israel
by aggravating the energy
and dollar crises.
In remarks prepared for
the floor of the House, the
Bronx - Queens congressman
said the Arabs were raising
the price of oil to build a
war chest aimed at "bringing
the dollar down" in inter-
national money markets and
cornering "the world's sup-
ply of gold."
Biaggi urged his colleagues
not "to cower before the
economic threats being is-
sued by the Arab oil states.
We must gauge and evaluate
these threats for what they
are — attempts to break the
vital link between this na-
tion and its Israeli allies. We
must resolve never to sacri-
fice the security and friend-
ship of Israel for economic
ends."

Friday, July 20, 1973-3S

Archbishop Stages Own Fast
for Displaced Border Villagers

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Greek Catholic Archbishop
Joseph Raya began a fast
Monday outside the Knesset
in an effort to induce the
authorities to allow former
settlers of Baram and Ikrit
villages near the Lebanese
border to return to their vil-
lages.
The c a b i n e t decided
earlier this year the villag-
ers would not be allowed to
return to their villages,
which they were forced to
leave during the 1948 war
"for security reasons."
The government offered
assistance in resettling the
villagers near their original
homes.
Raya said he was trying
to solve the villagers' prob-
lem in an honorable way but
it was the government which
w a s applying emergency

laws which were enacted
by the British during the
mandate and used originally
against Jews.
"These very same laws."
Raya said, "were described
by the present Justice Min-
ister Yaacov Shimshon. Sha-
piro as barbaric. If they
were so at the time, the
Israeli government is tak-
ing even harsher measures
against the inhabitants of
Ikrit and Baram," he said.

where they are believed to
have flown to Canada.
The missionary was identi-
fied as a Jewish-born Car-
mielite monk, Daniel Ruf-
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feisen (Brother Daniel), who
away look has the vacatioiL
converted to Christianity
daze.
after World War II and made
the headlines in the late
1950s when he demanded to
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Brother Daniel denied that
he was propagandizing the
immigrants. He said some
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