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October 26, 1973 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-10-26

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Israeli' Arabs Ask for Volunteer Jobs to Help in War Effort Israelis Burying

JERUSALEM (JTA)—The and for contributions to the ported to police that his
whole village was mobilized
Israel government announced war loan by Israeli Arabs.
and ready to work wherever
that in view of numerous
At its ow
own initiative,
tiv the
th called.
applications by Israeli Arabs
i
of Nazareth se
(who are exempt from army muncipality
set Umel-Fahm village cabled
l
committee
itt
t o the president and premier
service) for volunteering up a war loan
c t ib tions
work, seven offices were r raise contributions,
that "We are prepared for
opened around the country
Similarly, the chairman -of any sacrifice we shall be
for registering volunteers the Sakhnin local council re- asked to make."

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• EXPERIENCE
• HONESTY
• EFFICIENCY

JERUSALEM (JTA)—The
Israel army's Hevra Kadisha
is burying enemy dead, a
military reporter wrote. The
burials conform to Interna-
tional Red Cross rules and
to Israel army procedures
regarding identifying bodies
and burying them.
The burial squads are made
up of army rabbinate mem-
bers who place markers over
the graves. The officer in
command, Major Mike, said
that burial of enemy dead in
itself raised the moral stand-
ards of Israel's army.

Animals Take Shelter

JERUSALEM (JTA) — In-
mates of the Jerusalem Bib-
lical Zoo, which suffered
heavy losses during the Six-
Day War shelling, are taking
this war in their stride, says
zoo director Aharon Shulov.
All cages now have built-
in air raid shelters and the
animals — particularly the
more intelligent ones like
chimpanzees — take to them
whenever there is the sound
of a siren or even when an
Israeli jet zooms overhead.
Even at the sound of build-
ing blasts nearby, the chimps
and orangutans dive into
their shelters and cover their
heads with their hands.

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'Between You
... and Me'

Editor-in-Chief Emeritus, JTA
(Copyright 1973, JTA Inc.)

CHRISTIAN MOODS: Christian response to the Yom
Kippur War has been forthcoming from leaders of various
church groups including Catholic, Evangelic, Methodist,
Baptist and Lutheran. A. Catholic Leadership Conference of
religious women cabled an appeal to Pope Paul VI to
condemn Egypt's and Syria's "criminal act of war" and to
come out with a statement acknowledging Israel's right to
exist securely within the family of nations.
The National Council of Churches—which is composed of
30 Protestant and Eastern Orthodox denominations — is
vague. But some Catholic bishops have issued statements
supporting Israel. A group of 14 clergymen in Des Moines,
said in a joint statement that in this critical hour for
Israel silence on the part of Christians would be a "moral
sin." The group included the Roman Catholic bishop, a
minister of the United Church of Christ and the president of
the Iowa Synod of the Lutheran Church of America. One
Episcopal priest said: "Christians betrayed Jews in both
America and Israel at the time of the Six Day War in 1967
by failing to offer them full and unequivocal support in that
moment of crisis. This failure must not be repeated by
Christians now."
With all this, the American Jewish Committee—which is
monitoring radio talk shows, newspaper editorials'and other
media—indicated that its findings are not always reassuring.
In Chicago there appears to be a concerted effort to have
talk shows monopolized by pro-Arab housewives. There is
also a strong pitch by Arab students on campuses. On talk
shows in New York, the AJCommittee noted "a substantial
amount of anti-Semitism, both traditional and the Black
variety."
Jewish leaders make no secret of the fact that they are
especially shocked — and outraged — by a radio interview
given by Senator Fulbriaht. The Senator alleged that
Israelis are "very rich, very strong and very political
astute", and he added that about 80 members of the Senate
favor Israel in each test because they had been "persuaded
that it is in their interest". His remarks are considered a
camouflaged shit. to American Jewry.

Advise Me • • •

The Jewish News has launched a new service for its
readers, an advice column which will attempt to answer
many of the personal questions that crop up in everyday life.
To help answer questions that are submitted to The
Jewish News, we have called upon trained social workers
and guidance counselors from the Jewish Family and Chil-
dren's Service. However, other resources will be called
upon as problems arise in other areas. Identity of the ques-
tioner will be kept confidential.
Please address all queries to "Advise Me," care of The
Jewish News, 17515 W. Nine Mile, Southfield, Mich. 48075.

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vorce does not free you from
problems. In addition you
are feeling overwhelmed by
all the responsibilities that
you must now carry on your
own: Why don't you attend
one or two meetings of Par-
ents Without Partners to see
if being with others who
have similar problems can
help you feel less lonely and
can offer you some guidance
on how to get along better
here?
with your daughter (who is
—Alone undoubtedly having her own
"bad time").
Dear Alone:
* * *
You are having a bad time,
I am a 16-year-old girl. My
partly because you are so
disappointed that your di- brother is 14 and drives me
crazy. Whenever my friends
come over, he acts silly and

I was divorced eight
months ago. I am really
having a bad time. My teen-
age daughter is hard for me
to handle alone, and it is
tough for me to manage
financially. I'd like to go to
work but I'm so worn out
most of the time, that I don't
know if I could handle a job.
It seems that I have even
more problems now than I
used to. Where do I go from

Elect

LEONARD BARUCH

CITY TREASURER

As Treasurer he has plans to save Southfield $100,000.00 per year.

As Treasurer he will make your tax dollars earn more interest —
which means tax savings to you.

VOTE NOV. 6-LEONARD BARUCH FOR TREASURER

U.S. Students Hold
Mideast Teach-In

bothers them all the time.
My mother doesn't do any-
thing about it and gets mad
NEW YORK (JTA) — A at me if I hit him.
teach-in on the Middle East
—Sigter

war was held Monday at
American universities with
the aim of reaching at least
25,000 students on more than
100 campuses, the North
American Jewish Students'
Network announced.
The teach-in was sponsored
by the Network in coopera-
tion with the American Zion-
ist Youth Foundation "in an
effort to systematically ex-
pand the level of student
consciousness about what is
at stake in the Middle East
in both the short and long
run," the announcement said.

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THE DETROIT JEW1511 NEWS Friday,

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Dear Sis:
Have you sat down and
talked this over quietly with
your mother and dad? Per-
haps if they were aware of
your feelings about your
brother's behavior, they
would do something about
it. Right now they probably
only see a childish quarrel
between you and your
brother, with you acting as
immature as he by hitting
him. By the way, he won't
give up this annoying be-
havior if he continues to get
a rise out of you.

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