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October 12, 1973 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-10-12

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'Israel's Fight for Survival Depends on Jewry, Not UN Resolution'

'

NEW YORK (JTA)—"Don't
be deluded . . . We are fight-
ing for our survival. What
will happen to us (Israel)
will not depend on a resolu-
tion adopted by the United
Nations or the Security Coun-
cil. It will depend on your
commitment to the Jewish
cause."
This was the message Am-
bassador Jacob Barmore,
minister plenipotentiary in
the Israeli United Nations

mission, gave Tuesday night
to some 600 New York Jew-
ish leaders attending a dinner
sponsored by Greater New
York for State of Israel
Bonds at the Plaza Hotel.
More than $20,000,000 in
bonds was sold.
Jack D. Weiler, New York
Jewish communal leader and
secretary-treasurer of the Is-
rael Bond Organization, who
was presented a silver Israel
anniversary award, said he

YIZKOR

FOR YOUR LOVED ONES
THAT THEY SHALL BE
REMEMBERED

NEW '73 PONTIACS

PLANT A TREE
IN ISRAEL
IN THEIR MEMORY

This observance is an age-
old, hallowed Jewish tradi-
tion and it has become cus-
tomary to plant trees in
Israel to link forever the
cherished memories of your
dear ones.

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had an "unshakeable faith in 3-400 students. The volun- Appeal. The Israel Bond hoods, volunteers set up
teers are not for military drive reported $100,000,000 tables with signs "Help Is-
Israel."
Barmore, who substituted service but for the Sherut in sales nationwide since the rael" to gather funds from
for Israeli Ambassador Sim- La-Am, I s r a e l's "Peace new Mideast war started, of passersby.
The National Conference
ha Dinitz, said that since the Corps," and for service at which some $30,000,000 came
on Soviet Jewry reports that
state of Israel was founded kibutzim a n d agricultural from New York City.
Hebrew schools were send- hundreds of thousands of
25 years ago "our very right settlements to replace Is
ing pupils on door-to-door people will participate in
to exist has been questioned raelis called to the front.
Contributions for Israel solicitation of contributions demonstrations of solidarity
time and time again." He de-
Glared that Israel is now continued to pour in. Beth El for Israel. On busy street witih Israel and Soviet Jews
"bleeding and bleeding pro- Synagogue in Great Neck, corners and outside subway in more than 60 communities
(Continued on Page 11)
fusely . .. this is a battle of L.I., raised $2,000,000 Mon- stations in Jewish neighbor-
life and death for Israel." day night, according to Gene
He said the purchase of Jennings of the United Jewish 10—Friday, October 12, 1973 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Bonds will help Israel sur-
vive economically, will give
it the means to sustain the
high costs of war and to con-
tinue the inflow of immi-
grants.
Barmore, who came to
the dinner directly from the
United Nations, spoke emo-
tionajly about the walkout of
Soviet Ambassador Yakov
Malik when Israeli Ambas-
sador Yosef Tekoah tried to
give-his condolences for So-
viet civilians killed in the
bombing of Damascus. Bar-
more said Malik has demon-
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strated some of the most
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at the UN.
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in presenting his condolences,
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expressing condolences for
Israeli civilians killed by
missiles coming from Syria.
Meanwhile, in other ac-
tions, the American Zionist
Youth Foundation was re-
cruiting volunteers for Israel.
Volunteers between age 18-
24 who agreed to stay at
least six months in Israel
and pay their own round-trip
air fare were signing up at
AZYF headquarters in Man-
hattan and on the Brooklyn
College campus where a
rally at the Hillel club drew



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