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October 19, 1973 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-10-19

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Israel Acclimated to u.n. jets

By YITZHAK SHARGIL
American ambassador to Is
Chief, JTA Tel Aviv Bureau rael Kenneth Keating was
TEL AVIV — As in any there Tuesday to see what
war the ears of the Israeli went on. To people he just
are alerted whenever the said "I came out to look
sound of a jet is heard. His around."

alerted eyes try to look in-
different, but yet they take a
quick glance upwards to the
blue skies above with the
confidence that the plane is
"ours."
During the last two days
there was a different noise
up in the skies, and the Tel
Avivians quickly got used to
it, the steady, heavy hum of
a huge plane. With a smile,
people in the street looked
above at the black-nosed,
giant fuselage and high tail
of the Lockheed C5A Galaxies
flying towards an airbase
somewhere in Israel, bring-
ing the essential war mater-
ial Israel needs.
The Galaxies land and are
speedily unloaded. The war
materials, the equipment and
ammunition they bring, are
loaded onto trucks and sent
to stores.

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14—Friday, October 19, 1973

UJA Verifies Use
of Welfare Funds

Israel's
antagonists
are
There was much to see. Is- maligning the Jewish com-
raeli soldiers of the transport munity by charging that Is-
c o m m and were already rael Emergency Funds are
trained to handle the cargo used for arms for Israel. It
of the largest military trans- is part of the Great Lie
port available. Trucks were spread from anti-Israel quar-
on hand to empty the planes, ters.
and one by one left the air-
The facts are contained in
base.
this memo from the United
As the work was done, the

Jewish Appeal:

crews of the Galaxies—all in
"The Israel Emergency
their American uniforms —
were treated to a drink or Fund provides funds for the
coffee with Israeli officers immigration and absorption
and airmen at the airmen's of Jews in need and danger

bar. The Israeli version of
the bar has much orange and
grapefruit juice and some
whisky.
As soon as the Galaxies
were refueled they departed
for the U.S. and as the airlift
continued, Israelis felt more
confident. We felt it as we

in communities of distress,
helping them begin new life
in Israel. It also supports
extensive assistance to immi-
grants of former years who
have had special problems in
adjusting to a new life in a
new land. Our funds help
those in need find a chance
saw the Israelis watching the to learn, a place to live, a
American USAF planes fly- new language, job retraining

The air base is out of ing at low altitude preparing and counseling, education of
bounds to civilians, yet the for landing.
young children through Head

Start type programs, aid to
higher education, care for
aged immigrants, help to the
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Six- F u n d , municipal employes handicaped, disabled and
Day War Chief of Staff Itz- and the doctors of several emotionally distressed and
culturally deprived."
hak Rabin has begun — at hospitals.
Premier Golda Meir's and
Knesset members and kadis
Finance Minister P i n h a s (the judges of Moslem
Sapir's request — to organize courts), have pledge d a
a campaign for raising vol- month's salary.
untary loans from Israelis—
The chairman of the World
in addition to the compulsory Union of Nazi Victims, Tuvia
loan which the government Friedman, urged recipients
will levy from all taxpayers. of German reparations to
Rabin heads a three-man commit one month's pension
committee, including Zalman to the war fund.
Suzayeff, a leader of the In-
The union of attorneys em-
dustrialists Association, and ployed by the government
Asher Yadlin, a top Histadrut said its members would con-
official.
tribute six month's back pay
20811 W. 8 Mile
Over and above the IL 1,- due them to the war loan.
between Southfield i Telegraph
000,000,000 (5250,000,000) in
The Bank of Israel has au-
one year to be raised by the thorized the nation's banks
compulsory loan, this com- to make interest free loans to
mittee hopes to raise addi- wage earners who want to
tional funds from voluntary borrow sums to contribute to
Our Promise To You:
loans from rich Israelis.
the war loan which they will
BETTER SERV1121
Rabin said he had already pay back over a six-month
notched up IL 350,000,000 period from their wages.
pounds in pledges by Monday
and was increasing hourly.
The sum does not include
pledges by persons, govern-
ment officials and employes
and scores of other groups
to contribute all or part of a
month's income to the emerg-
ency loan fund.
The cabinet ministers each
pledged one month's salary.
So have the Supreme • Court
justices, director generals and
top civil servants in govern-
ment departments, 1,200 em-
ployes of the Jewish National

ThE CANAdiAN SUIT
you hAd TO SMUqql.E.

Until now the only way you could get this distinctive Ca-
nadian suit was to buy it in Toronto. And that probably
meant smuggling it back across the border. We, alone in
Michigan, now offer these same suits and sportcoats tai-
lored from the finest woolens
in the world. European styling
that make you look slimmer,
taller, and better propor-
tioned. Visit Van Dyke Cloth-
iers for men in Warren soon.
You'll find a lot of imports
from Europe and
Canada not corn-
mon in the Detroit
area. That's why
we're about a year
ahead of Detroit.

Israelis Donate Month's Salary

It's Nice
To Deal With
Joe Slatkin's

DEXTER
CHEVROLET

534-1400

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23026 Van Dyke at 9 Mile, Warren, Mich

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CLOTHIERS FOR MEN

48089

Open 'til 9 Thurs. 8 Fri., Sat. 'til 7

You are cordially invited to
attend the Jewish National Fund

BLUE BOX DAY BRUNCH

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 11:30 a.m.

Medical Aid to Israel

NEW YORK — A program
for medical aid to Israel has
been announced by Sidney
Greenwald, chairman of the
American Friends of Laniado
Hospital in K i r y at Sanz
Netanya, Israel.
Two orthopedic surgeons,
Dr. Alfred Grant and Dr.
Irving Maurer of Harrison,
N.Y., left for Israel with 28
cartons of medical equip-
ment.
Doctors and nurses who
are volunteering for medical
aid in Israel are requested to
call (212) 697-1120. They will
be called upon if needed by
the suitable authorities.

Congregation B'nai Moshe, 14390 W. Ten Mile Rd. (at Kenosha)

JNF's goal is the placement of 70,000 of its famous Blue Boxes throughout the
nation. Proceeds from Box collections finance JNF's vast land development

projects in Israel.

AWARDS — ENTERTAINMENT — PRIZES

Admission:

• Bring your Blue Box for clearance or .. .
• Show your receipt for a current clearance, or .
• Take new Box and make a $2.50 donation.

Meadow Brook Fete

The Meadow Brook Stately
Dinner that was to have been
held at Oakland University
was canceled due to the Mid-
dle East crisis. The theme
was be Israel.

GUEST ARTIST:
Tamara Levit

JEWISH NATIONAL FUND

22100 GREENFIELD RD. 968-0820
OAK PARK, MICH. 48237 Y0

GUEST SPEAKER:
Mrs. Isidore (Buddy) Goldzimer

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